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New Year’s Day Polar Plunge Tradition at Tod’s Point Draws Hundreds

Every year on New Year’s Day hundreds of people know to show up at Tod’s Point to plunge into Long Island Sound at precisely 12:00 noon. In fact, this year, by 11:30 cars were queued all the way to Sound Beach Ave to mark the tradition. But it was worth it. The first day of 2024 was unseasonably mild and the sun was shining down on plungers, some of them even taking their time for a swim. People brought their dogs, wore their party hats and some even posed with the lonely mannequin “Cos Cob Bob” – brought to the beach by John DiNucci from Asf. Continue Reading →

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Bruce Museum’s First Sunday Science, July 2: Learn How to Start Your Own Little Piece of Pollinator Pathway

In Sunday, July 2, join Aleksandra Moch and Myra Klockenbrink, chairs of Greenwich Pollinator Pathway initiatives at Tod’s Point in Old Greenwich and learn how to get started with your own little piece of pollinator pathway, or develop the one you have even further. The program is free of charge, and no reservations are required.  Continue Reading →

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