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Combat the Summer Slide at ICC STEM Camp at Audubon Greenwich

At ICC STEM Camp at Audubon Greenwich children can combat the summer slide and get a back-to-school jump-start. The camp takes place at the beautiful Audubon Greenwich on Riverville Road. Children learn coding and robotics principlesthrough hands-on experience. Campers will also develop a connection to India by learning popular Indian games such as cricket, Carrom, Kho Kho, and Hopscotch. Small group learning is central to ICC’s STEM Camp experience. Continue Reading →

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First Annual Valley Jam Packs the Park in Glenville

The first annual Valley Jam was a huge success on Saturday, with well over 1,000 people in attendance over the course of the afternoon. Organized by the Pemberwick-Glenville Association, the family friendly event was the outgrowth of the annual Pemberwick-Glenville Day traditionally held in Pemberwick Park. “The best thing about Valley Jam was it was a multi generational event,” said Andrea Blume, the chair of the PGA. “Everyone had a great time – kids, families, older people who’ve lived here their entire lives, and young families who have just moved here and want to get involved with the PGA.” The move to Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center allowed for a reimagined event. Continue Reading →

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Treats abound at the Indian Summer Children’s Festival

Crowds turned out for the Indian Summer Children’s Festival at Audubon Greenwich, where there were tons of activities and kids could run around in the fields and trails without parents fretting. A highlight of the event was a live performance by Greenwich’s own Pete Francis. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich’s First “Pollinator Pathway” Connects Natural Areas along North Street

The idea of a pollinator pathway is to connect natural areas by creating pollinator friendly pathways – enhanced with native flowers, shrubs and trees creating the feeding grounds for pollinators – bees, bats, birds, butterflies, moths, and other insects. Continue Reading →

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