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Greenwich Faces the Great War Exhibition

October 1, 2014 through March 22, 2015

The Millionaires Unit Documentary Film Screening

January 29, 2015

Cherry Cottage Documentary Film Screening and
Film-maker's Talk

February 8, 2015

Over Here and Over There: The Popular Music of WWI

February 26 and March 1, 2015

Watch Judge James E. Baker’s Crooks Distinguished Lecture on YouTube >

Lasting Post: Love, Law and Laureates: The Forgotten Legacies of WWI .

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Connecticut's Best Attractions 2012:

Best Art & History Museum, Editors of Yankee Magazine

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Greenwich Faces the Great War

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If you visited Greenwich Faces the Great War at the Storehouse Gallery but didn’t have time to take the survey on site, you can still share your thoughts and give us important feedback.

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hazel Jarvis

Scarecrow Contest Winner to be Featured in Exhibition at First Bank of Greenwich

Hazel Jarvis took the blue ribbon in the “Artist” category in our Fall Festival Scarecrow Contest and won a one-woman show at the offices of event sponsor First Bank of Greenwich. “Down East by Southwest” will run through January 2015.

Preservation at Work!

Check out Restoration Hardware’s transformation of the old Greenwich Post Office building to the new Restoration Hardware Gallery. Some of the images came from our archives. Click here to view the video.


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The Greenwich Historical Society preserves the history of Greenwich, engages the public in an exploration of our rich cultural heritage, inspires a spirit of discovery through educational programs and encourages active participation in the preservation and interpretation of the Town’s past.