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  • "Focus on French Cinema" Returns to Greenwich Festival includes 16 feature films and U.S. premieres
  • A Fossil Database for Scientists Has Connection to GreenwichDr. Daniel Ksepka is a leader in developing Fossil Calibration Database
  • "Seussical the Musical" Coming to Life A family, community affair for St. Catherine's Players
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BackCountry Jazz to Celebrate Black History Month
BackCountry Jazz to Celebrate Black History Month
The Greenwich Library is teaming up with BackCountry Jazz for a Black History Month event featuring the music of Jazz legend Duke Ellington. "On Friday night, they are having a show featuring Westport native Paul Newman. And Saturday at 3:30, we are playing a concert, and immediately following that, we are having a panel discussion" said...
"(Re)Discovering the New World" Now on Display at Bruce Museum
"(Re)Discovering the New World" Now on Display at Bruce Museum
As a child, Jack Somers drew maps. As an adult, Somers used maps to sail the open seas as an ocean navigator. During his travels in Europe, he purchased a map of the Netherlands. "And the next time I was in Europe, I bought a map of the Northern countries, then I started reading, and buying books. Before I knew it, I was a hooked collector,"...
Greenwich Ballet Academy Places Highly at Regional Competition
Greenwich Ballet Academy Places Highly at Regional Competition
While many were driving out of Boston to get away from the snow storms, dancers from the Greenwich ballet academy were driving into the city for the Youth American Grand Prix. "We had the tutus in the back. We had a lot of fun driving up. We listened to the variation music I was going to be dancing to, so that was fun," said 15 year old...
 
 
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First Congregational Church Raising Funds for Mission Trip
First Congregational Church Raising Funds for Mission Trip
The First Congregational Church of Greenwich is putting on the play "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" for a good cause. "This is a fundraiser musical for our mission trip to Nicaragua. Our youth group every year makes a trip to South America. It's specifically funding plane tickets for youth that want to go on the trip, but otherwise would...
"Penguin Awareness Day" a Tribute to Flagship Species
"Penguin Awareness Day" a Tribute to Flagship Species
Dr. Daniel Kspeka is the curator of the Bruce Museum, and knows his stuff especially when it comes to birds. He helped the Town of Greenwich celebrate a special holiday about a special kind of bird on January 20th. "Penguin Awareness Day is a day to pay special attention to penguins, learn more about them, where they live, what kid of...
Sutton Foster to Headline Benefit Concert
Sutton Foster to Headline Benefit Concert
Two-time Tony Award Winner Sutton Foster, along with nearly 80 local high school students, will grace the stage of Westport Country Playhouse on Thursday, February 12, 2015 in a special benefit concert for the Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County, a non-profit which provides mental health services to over 2,000 local children every...

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