Greenwich Historical Society

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Greenwich Historical Society’s Antiquarius Holiday House Tour to Feature Five Stunning Homes Decked for the Holidays

A stately Khakum Wood Tudor, a cozy Milbrook family home, a venerable Belle Haven mansion and a back-country gem are among the fabulous residences included in the Greenwich Historical Society’s Antiquarius Holiday House Tour on Dec 11. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Winter Antiques Show Design Chair Shares Tips for Holiday Entertaining

Attendees at the Greenwich Winter Antiques Show will see first-hand his genius for creating an imaginative atmosphere when the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center is transformed into an animal kingdom in keeping with Van Wyck’s show theme: Animal Instincts. Continue Reading →

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Cos Cob Controversy Comes to a Head Over Proposed Demo of 1870 Carriage House in Local Historic District

“It takes commitment to own a house within a historic district, and if you buy here you should have the philosophy of not maxing it out for profit,” – Faith Toraby Continue Reading →

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Panel to Discuss Support Options for Immigrants Seeking Settlement in Greenwich

Bobby Walker, Jr. and Mary Lee Kiernan join CEO of Connecticut Institute of Refugees and Immigrants in Discussion of Services that Enable Smooth and Meaningful Transitions Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Historical Society Announces a Bold New Antiquarius to Usher in the Holiday Season with Chic and Flair

Antiquarius is critical for the Greenwich Historical Society’s annual fundraising to support arts/education programming. With a unifying theme of Animal Instincts, Greenwich Historical Society will usher in its beloved and highly anticipated holiday extravaganza. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Historical Society Explores the Local Immigrant Experience in New Exhibition

An American Story: Finding Home in Fairfield County is a portrayal of the experiences of refugees and immigrants who have built new lives in Fairfield County. The exhibition opens October 2 and runs through January 6, 2020. Continue Reading →

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Don’t Miss “The Big Tomato” to Benefit Greenwich Community Gardens

The Big Tomato 2019 will celebrate the history of gardening in Greenwich and will recognize Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses and McArdle’s Florist and Garden Center for their long-standing history in Greenwich and
for their many contributions to our community. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Historical Society’s Reimagined Campus Recognized with a SARA AWARD for Professional Design Excellence

The Greenwich Historical Society’s newly restored campus was opened in October, 2018 and features new exhibition galleries, a visitor center, café, museum store, substantially larger library and archives and gardens inspired by renowned members of the American Impressionist Art Colony who lived studied and worked at the site of the campus. Continue Reading →

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