We took advantage of a beautiful post-Isaias day in Old Greenwich, with many out and about (and likely avoiding the storm-related power outages at their homes -- just like us), to visit the Old Greenwich Farmer's Market.
Greenwich Ave has had a different look and feel to it since the Board of Selectmen approved plans to close a portion of the popular destination (beginning June 2nd) to vehicular traffic to allow more outdoor dining space.
"I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder."
—Gilbert K. Chesterton
Somewhere between the ceaseless breaking news cycles and our amateur attempts to navigate this unprecedented stretch of reality we're all suddenly surrounded by, one good practice we've found value in is taking a quiet moment each day to take stock of the things for which we're grateful.
If there is ONE undeniable reminder that spring is arriving in Greenwich, it has to be the sudden emergence of vivid color on the Monument Hill Crocus Field in front of Second Congregational Church where Maple Avenue meets East Putnam.
All it takes is for the winter temperature to head anywhere over 50 degrees -- and then the people of Greenwich (plus many of their adorable furry friends) are certain to take advantage of the opportunity to get outside, get active, and breathe in some coastal air over at Tod's Point!
"The North Pole on North Street" (aka Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses) is the location where Santa and his LIVE reindeer – Dasher, Dancer and Prancer - are stationed while they make their preparations for their BIG Christmas voyage.
On Saturday (11/30/19), over 2,000 participants and spectators participated in the the largest community event of the Thanksgiving weekend to help raise funds for Greenwich Public School programs: the Turkey Trot 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk hosted by Greenwich Alliance for Education!
Holiday festivities were in full swing this weekend at The Little Enchanted Forest (hosted by the Junior League of Greenwich) at the Greenwich Botanical Center.
On Saturday, November 16th hundreds of Greenwich teenagers and parents joined in helping the "Living Like Luke" beach cleanup at Tod's Point.
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