Eastern Greenwich Civic Center

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Garden Catering Wiffleball Tourney Promises a Whole New Ballgame

Adam Franchella is working with sponsor Garden Catering to bring the wiffleball tourney back to its community roots. The tourney will move to Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. A Family Bracket is being added. Teams are registering now. The event is July 22. Continue Reading →

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Finding Your Fit: Secondary School Fair Matches Students with Private Schools

The Greenwich Education Group’s secondary school fair drew families for an opportunity to meet one-on-one with reps from a variety of private schools, including Brunswick School, St. Andrew’s School, Williston, Phillips Exeter Academy, Phillips Academy Andover and the Thacher School. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Winter Antiques Show to Open – A Multi Exhibitor Holiday Celebration!

The Greenwich Winter Antique Show opens next Friday, December 2 with a opening night chic gala. Nationally and internationally recognized dealers and galleries are displaying their finest collectibles – from classic to contemporary. Through Sunday, December 4. A not to be missed event! Continue Reading →

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Get Yourself to the Old Greenwich Garden Club’s Plant Sale!

The Garden Club of Old Greenwich members prepare for the Plant Sale May 7, by decorating Fairy Houses and Fairy House Kits which will be for sale along with Members’ own perennials, Mother’s Day Baskets, Bake Sale, Annuals, Herbs, Vegetables and Native Plants. Continue Reading →

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Eastern Greenwich Civic Center Users’ Wish List: Working Kitchen, Full Gymnasium, Flex Space… but “Not a Taj Mahal”

Kirk Schubert of OGRCC urged Parks & Rec to consider a field house with rubberized floor. Anne Young said consider getting on the Register of Historic Places in exchange for tax credits. Lou Caravella said make sure to include a working kitchen, and Julie Pisani said, “Most important is that we don’t try and build a Taj Majal … and come in under budget and on time.” Continue Reading →

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‘The Triumphant 23’ Have Their Moment: GHS AVID Class of ’14

“There is no age limit on learning. I did not get my doctorate until I was nearly 50. Dr. Winters did not get his until he was approaching 100.” – Deputy Superintendent Ellen Flanagan to GHS AVID Class of ’14 Continue Reading →

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