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Jim and Jane Henson: Creative Work, Creative Play

Now through October 8, 2017

The Greenwich Historical Society’s 86th Annual Meeting and Panel Discussion: The Green-Twachtman House 1845 to Today

Wednesday, September 13

Fall Festival at Bush-Holley Historic Site

Sunday, October 8

Art History and Landscape Lecture: American Arts & Crafts Gardens, 1890–1920: Simplicity, Harmony, and Utility

Tuesday, October 17

2017 William C. Crooks Distinguished Lecture: Lewis E. Lehrman on Churchill, Roosevelt & Company: Studies in Character and Statecraft

Tuesday, October 24

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Reimagine the Campus

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The Greenwich Historical Society has announced a visionary plan that will dramatically transform the National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House campus to expand and provide better access and to enrich education and preservation programs. More >

It’s official! Construction has begun.

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groundbreaking team

From left to right: Bruce Dixon, Building Committee; Albert Ashforth, Contractor; Tom Clephane, Reimagine the Campus Committee: Haley Elmlinger, Reimagine the Campus Committee; CT State Representative Livvy Floren; First Selectman Peter Tesei; CT State Senator Scott Frantz; Board Chairman Davidde Strackbein; Reimagine the Campus Chairman Peter Malkin; Executive Director Debra Mecky; U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal; Architect David Scott Parker; John Dixon, Building Committee; Andy Fox, Project Manager

Help Us Tell the Story of the Jewish Community of Greenwich

Find out For an upcoming exhibition the public is invited to share objects and ephemera relating to the Jewish experience in Greenwich.

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