Updated 4:20 pm EDT, Tuesday, September 18, 2018
The Greenwich Acreage Trust will authority “Go Wild,” its ceremony Ancestors Field Day, from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23. Booty a ride on astronomic hot air balloons aerial aloft the Greenwich Polo fields at Conyers Acreage and adore activities and ball for all ages, including alive music, a rock-climbing wall, cuddle zoo, bungee trampolines, inflatable maze, beastly encounters, arbitrary courts, autumn crafts, and more. Acceptance covers all rides, food, and entertainment. Developed tickets are $65 in beforehand ($75 at the gate); adolescent tickets are $30; accouchement beneath 3 are free. For advice and tickets, arrangement gltrust.org.
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Fall bulb sale
The Greenwich Botanical Centermost is now demography preorders in its abatement bulb sale. Enhance your garden with a array of aces mums, celosia, pepper or cabbage/kale plants. One appropriate account is the Kent Russell’s award-winning added ample chrysanthemums, absolute from Lancaster, Pa. The adjustment borderline is Wednesday with bulb auto from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 24 at the centermost at 130 Bible St. in Cos Cob. Shop online at https://www.gecgreenwich.org/store/p156/Plant-sale-Greenwich-greenhouse.
Try Tai Chi
It’s a abundant time to alpha Tai Chi lessons. Classes are captivated at 8 a.m. Wednesdays and at 9 a.m. Thursdays in the amphitheater at the Aboriginal Congregational Abbey Amphitheater on Sound Beach Avenue in Old Greenwich, adverse Binney Park. The amount is $10 per one-hour session. Newcomers welcome. This adequate exercise can alleviate joints, beforehand balance, and advise adroit movements to music. Fun and no pressure. For added info, alarm Joe at 203-504-4678.
Old Greenwich Farmers Market
The Old Greenwich Farmers Bazaar is captivated from 2:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays in the parking lot of the Living Hope Community Abbey (formerly the Presbyterian Abbey of Old Greenwich) at 38 West End Ave. in Old Greenwich. The bazaar offers Connecticut-grown, farm-fresh products. It runs through the end of October, again from 2 to 5 p.m. in November. Rain or shine.
Speakers at Retired Men’s Association
The Greenwich Retired Men’s Association offers a chargeless affairs every Wednesday that is attainable to the public; no anxiety are required. Social breach starts at 10:40 a.m., followed by apostle at 11 a.m. Captivated at the Aboriginal Presbyterian Church, 1 W. Putnam Ave., Greenwich. For info, arrangement www.greenwichrma.org or acquaintance [email protected] Future speakers accommodate Chris Bruhl, admiral of the Fairfield County Business Council, on “Connecticut & Fairfield County Business Trends” on Sept. 19; and Judge Andrew McDonald, accessory amends of the Connecticut Supreme Court, on “Judicial Independence” on Sept. 26.
Playing Bridge for fun
Card admirers are arrive to accompany The Altogether Polite Bridge Accumulation at the YMCA every Wednesday, with three sessions. The ambition is to accept fun and actualize an atmosphere of acceptable sportsmanship and goodwill. Players who appetite to beforehand their d and those who haven’t played for a while are welcome. No accomplice bare to play. The 10 a.m. to apex session/game focuses on avant-garde beginners and average players. Drop-ins welcome. From 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. is the beginners group, for those aloof acquirements the d or absent a refresher. From 2 to 3:30 p.m., it will be Affair Bridge with apprentice and comedy conventions (phone allotment appropriate for this group). For added advice or to register, alarm or argument Frank Crocker at 203-524-8032. The amount is $10 for YMCA members, or $12 for nonmembers.
Pollinator Friendly Gardening 101
The Greenwich Botanical Centermost will host an accident alleged “Pollinator Friendly Gardening 101” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at its centermost at 130 Bible St., Cos Cob. This is a chargeless accident for the attainable and will affection bounded experts discussing means to enhance your garden’s bloom and allure pollinators. This branch pairs accurately with the two rain area afresh installed at North Mianus and Riverside Elementary Schools. JoAnn Messina, controlling administrator of the Greenwich Tree Conservancy, will be the adjudicator of the panel.
Meet a Greenwich artist
The Geary Arcade in Darien is hosting an affectation blue-blooded “Bold Dimensions,” featuring the abstruse paintings of Greenwich citizen Graham Miller. The Gearys will additionally host a appropriate “Meet the Artist” accident from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. All are arrive to accommodated with Miller and to accumulate insights about his works. His affectation runs through Sept. 29. Acceptance to the arcade and accident are chargeless to the public. Geary Gallery, 576 Boston Post Road, Darien, is attainable 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. For info, alarm 203-655-6633 or arrangement www.gearygallery.com.
The Club at St Lawrence will host Country Bandage Dancing with DJ Alan Kohn from 8 to 11 p.m. Thursday. Apprentice to bandage ball or appearance off your skills. Beginners welcome. No cover. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob. Alarm 203-618-9036 for info.
The Gilles Clement Arcade at 45 E. Putnam Ave. is presenting “SUMMER 2018,” its latest accumulating of cutting-edge Contemporary, Pop, and Street Art that delights and inspires with iconic imagery, active colors, and culturally cogent messages. This alternating exhibition showcases an all-embracing mix of from the gallery’s abiding of artists alive in a ambit of mediums and techniques, including photography, painting, alloyed media, collage, neon ablaze and spools of thread. The accumulation exhibition SUMMER 2018 will be on appearance through Thursday. For added info, arrangement www.gclementgallery.com/upcoming-exhibitions.
Decorative Arts Society lunch/lecture
At the Greenwich Adorning Arts Society’s address and ogna on Oct. 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Riverside Yacht Club, Thomas Michie will present “Casanova’s Europe: Art, Pleasure and Power in the 18th century.” Michie is a chief babysitter of adorning arts and carve at The Building of Accomplished Arts in Boston. He will analyze the affluent beheld apple of Giacomo Casanova, one of the best charming, able and alluring personalities of his day, and the brightness of mid-18th-century Europe. Michie will advertise altar from a appropriate exhibition at the MFA (running through Oct. 8), including paintings, sculptures, adorning arts, furniture, apparel and agreeable instruments. Amplitude is limited. Anxiety appropriate for associates and guests by Sept. 21. For anxiety and information, email [email protected] or alarm 203-322-2967.
Free Friday Films
The longest-running blur alternation in Greenwich bliss off continues on Fridays at the new time of 7:30 p.m. at the Greenwich Library. The Friends Friday Blur Alternation is now over 70 years old and is fabricated attainable by contributions to the Friends of the Greenwich Library. Films are free, and doors to the Cole Amphitheater attainable at 7:10 p.m. The agenda includes “Lady Bird” on Sept. 21; “Death of Stalin” on Sept. 28; “The Eagle Huntress” on Oct. 5; “Faces Places” on Oct. 12; “RBG” on Oct. 19; “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story” on Oct. 26; “Enigma” on Nov. 2; “Phantom Thread” on Nov. 9; “Stronger” on Nov. 16; no blur on Nov. 23; “All the Money In the World” on Nov. 30; “A Quiet Passion” on Dec. 7; “Maudie” on Dec. 14; no blur on Dec. 21 and Dec. 28; “Wonderstruck” on Jan. 4; “The B-Side: Elsa Dorman’s Portrait Photography” on Jan. 11; “Paterno” on Jan. 18; “California Typewriter” on Jan. 25; “Act of Violence” on Feb. 1; “Marshall” on Feb. 8; “Brad’s Status” on Feb. 15; “Leaning Into The Wind” on Feb. 22; “The Big Sick” on March 1; “A Matter of Activity and Death” on March 8; “First Reformed” on March 15; “Dawson City: Frozen Time” and March 22; “Red Desert” on March 29; “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” on April 5; “The Post” on April 12; no blur on April 19; “The Florida Project: on April 26; “Spettacolo” on May 3; “Dunkirk” on May 10; “Tyrus” on May 17; no blur on May 24 and May 31; “I, Tonya” on June 7; “Le Bonheur” on June 14; “The Founder” on June 21; and “8 ½” on June 28.
Greenwich Wine Aliment Festival
The eighth ceremony Greenwich Wine Aliment Ceremony will booty abode on Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Award-winning country accompanist Tim McGraw will accomplish on the Pepsi Stage at the event, which will affection abounding comestible celebrities and chefs. The festival, which allowances a cardinal of charities, including the Norwal-based Multiple Myeloma Analysis Foundation, bliss off with a Master Chef Wine banquet on the aboriginal atramentous and a Comestible Village on the added day, forth with a Grand Tasting Tent, a celebrity Green Room, celebrity book signings, affable demos, Q&A sessions with top comestible experts and the concert. For added advice and tickets, go to www.greenwichwineandfood.com or alarm 203-588-1363.
‘ReTooled’ opens at the Bruce
“ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection” will attainable at the Bruce Building on Sept. 22 and run through Dec. 30. In the exhibit, groundbreaking 20th-century artists brighten the disregarded accountable of accoutrement with pun, wit and wonder. Featuring added than 40 artistic paintings, sculptures, works on cardboard and photographs, the exhibition brings activity to the abrupt accountable of accoutrement by profiling 28 abstracted artists from the Hechinger Collection, including Red Grooms, Walker Evans, Jim Dine, and Claes Oldenburg. The affectation appearance the assignment of groundbreaking 20th-century artists who brighten the disregarded accountable of accoutrement with pun, wit and wonder. It consists of four sections that dynamically anatomy the capacity of this accumulating into attainable categories: Altar of Beauty; Material Illusions; Instruments of Satire; and Tools: An Extension of Self. Some of the artists represent accoutrement with admiration to accentuate their abstention of design. Others transform and alter accoutrement to highlight their adverse obsolescence in a abstruse age. But all of the works admonish us that accoutrement actualize the can-do spirit that defines America and the adventure to beforehand our affection of life. “ReTooled” was organized by International Arts & Artists of Washington, D.C., and is a allowance of John and June Hechinger.
Girl Scout camporee
Greenwich Girl Scouts will host the “Girls Go Outdoors” 2018 Camporee at Seton Scout Reservation on Riversville Road, Greenwich, from 12:45 to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 22. Greenwich girls and their families are arrive to adore a day of alfresco fun, activities, songs, SWAPS, sisterhood, and, of course, s’mores. This alpha accident for accepted Girl Scouts is a fun way for -to-be associates to apprentice what Girl Scouting is all about. The accident will be captivated rain or shine. Amount is $10 per child, preregistration is required. Accepted Girl Scouts should acquaintance their troop leader. Future Girl Scouts should acquaintance [email protected] The day will activate with a banderole commemoration and end with a campfire. In between, girls can adore activities such as comestible fire, letterboxing, crafts, alfresco cooking, fishing, bouldering bank and archery.
The Cos Cob Library will host a affairs alleged “Land Records: Added Than ‘Metes’ the Eye” with genealogist Edwin W. Strickland II from 10:30 a.m. to apex Sept. 22 in the Community Room. Strickland, who has been accomplishing ancestry both as an abecedarian and professionally for 40 years, will altercate acreage buying from the appropriate of the baron through aristocratic charters, grants and proprietor’s annal to alone ownership. After reviewing the differences amid metes and bound and boxlike analysis systems, he will action several case studies that will authenticate how acreage annal can acknowledgment affiliated questions, assuming proofs, acceptance and relationships. The affairs is chargeless and attainable to the public. It is acceptable for beginners as able-bodied as acclimatized ancestors historians. No anxiety needed. The affairs is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Cos Cob Library and the Connecticut Ancestry Society.
Farmers Bazaar time
A Farmers Bazaar is captivated from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday in the Horseneck driver parking lot at Arch Street off Exit 3 of Interstate 95. All aftermath and articles awash at the bazaar are developed and able by the farmers themselves — or fished locally. The Greenwich Farmers Bazaar has been in operation for added than 20 years. It will abide into November.
Summer acreage stand
The Acreage Stand at Versailles Farms is attainable from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, alms its wholesome beginning produce. The acreage is a bazaar garden application French accelerated methods, growing for flavor, diet and acceptable digestion. It is amid at 56 Locust Road in backcountry Greenwich. For added info, arrangement versaillesfarms.com.
Family arcade tours
The Bruce Museum, 1 Building Drive, host Ancestors Arcade Tours from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on Sundays. The tours are best for ages 6-10. Chargeless with approved admission, and no allotment is required. Tours are appointed for Sept. 23 and Sept. 30.
Talks at St. Catherine’s
Deacon Robert Henrey will conduct a presentation on “Egypt: Source of the Ancient World’s Spirituality and Cradle of the Christian Monastic Tradition” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, in the Lucey Archdiocese Hall of St. Catherine of Siena Church. It will accommodate a address and accelerate show, forth with ablaze refreshments. All are acceptable to this chargeless accident at the abbey at 4 Riverside Ave. Arrangement www.stcath.org or alarm 203-637-3661 for added info. This is allotment of Henrey’s talks on “Reflections on Religious Identity aural the A World” in which he shares his absorption in altered religious traditions. Other capacity will accommodate “Anatolian Turkey: Greek Religious Culture and the Spread of Aboriginal Christianity” on Nov. 11; “India: A Journey into the Northwest — the Indo Islamic Heritage, Debris of the British Raj and the Punjab” on Jan. 20; and “Pre-Columbian Peru and the Age of Discovery: A Adverse Clash of Cultures” on Feb. 17.
Talk on atramentous holes
The Astronomical Society of Greenwich and Greenwich Library will host Chuck Hailey, a abettor of physics and co-director of the Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory at Columbia University, in a allocution about his research, “Probing the Atramentous Hole Population of the Galactic Centermost with X-rays.” The allocution will be captivated at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Greenwich Library’s Cole Auditorium. The Galactic Centermost is predicted to accommodate astronomic numbers of asleep arch debris such as atramentous holes, neutron stars and white dwarfs. Hailey will abridge what a array of X-ray observatories accept abstruse about these populations.
Go Agrarian at GLT
The Greenwich Acreage Trust will authority “Go Wild,” its ceremony Ancestors Field Day, from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23. This is the event’s 19th anniversary. Booty a ride on astronomic hot air balloons aerial aloft the Greenwich Polo fields at Conyers Farm, giving GLT supporters a amazing appearance of the all-embracing 62-acre-preserve below. It additionally offers activities and ball for all ages, including alive music, a rock-climbing wall, cuddle zoo, bungee trampolines, inflatable maze, beastly encounters, arbitrary courts, autumn crafts, and abundant more. Ticket prices additionally accommodate aliment barter book from Caffè Bon, Cowabunga, New Haven Pizza Truck, Spuds Your Way, and Taco Pacifco, as able-bodied as refreshments from Juicy Juice Splashers Oragnic, RISE Brewing Co., and developed beverages. Acceptance covers all rides, food, and entertainment. Developed tickets are $65 in beforehand ($75 at the gate); adolescent tickets are $30; accouchement beneath 3 are free. Patron tickets, starting at the $1,000 level, acquiesce aboriginal acceptance for six bodies and acceptance to the Patron Tent and Patron Bar, as able-bodied as all food, drinks and activities. Rain or shine. No pets allowed. For added advice and tickets, arrangement gltrust.org.
Richard Haas will allege about his career and the progression of his assignment from abstruse prints to the architectural paintings and murals that ascertain his acceptability today in a presentation from 3 to 5 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Bruce Museum. A celebratory wine and cheese accession with the artisan will chase the talk. This appropriate accident is chargeless for Bruce Building associates and acceptance (with accurate ID); $15 for non-members. Beforehand allotment at brucemuseum.org is required. A alternative of Haas’s determinative assignment is on appearance at the Bruce through Oct. 21. For added advice about the exhibition and accompanying programs, amuse arrangement brucemuseum.org or alarm 203-869-0376.
AuthorTalk at Cole
Dr. Barry Prizant, columnist of the bestselling book “Uniquely Human,” will booty allotment in an AuthorTalk accident from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Cole Amphitheater at the Greenwich Library. The book has accustomed amazing reviews and was the champ of the Autism Society of America’s Dr. Temple Grandin Award for Outstanding Literary Assignment in Autism. It takes a different perspective, attractive at ceremony individual’s acquaintance and the causes of differences in behavior. The groundbreaking book portrays autism as a different way of actuality human. It is “required account … breathtakingly simple and greatly positive,” says the Chicago Tribune. Allotment is appropriate by calling 203-625-6549 or visiting GreenwichLibrary.org.
St. Catherine of Siena Abbey in Riverside will host a Bible Study to appraise “James, Peter, and Jude- the Catholic Letters.” The sessions will be captivated Sept. 24 to Nov. 5 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. (Monday evenings) and Sept. 25 to Nov. 6 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. (Tuesday mornings). The abstracts fee of $30 is payable at aboriginal affair by banknote or check. Allotment forms accessible online at www.stcath.org or in the rectory. Alarm 203-637-3661 for added info. Attainable to all. This alternation from Little Rock Scripture Study covers four New Testament belletrist commonly accepted as “the Catholic Letters.” The columnist of the annotation which serves as a adviser to the discussions is the Rev. Patrick J. Hartin, a abettor of New Testament at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash.
A affairs for accouchement ages 2.5 to 5 with an developed on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Bruce Museum, 1 Building Drive. Analyze the building collections and exhibitions through account books and hands-on activities. Capacity change weekly. This affairs takes abode on the museum’s chargeless acceptance day and amplitude is limited. See the company account lath aloft accession to defended a spot. The capacity accommodate “Hide and Seek” on Sept. 25. Arrangement brucemuseum.org for added info.
Magic appearance for seniors
The Greenwich Chief Centermost will present a “Night of Magic,” starring internationally acclaimed Greenwich archimage Ben Zabin. This show, fabricated attainable through the generosity of Greenwich HomeCare, will be captivated from 5 yo 7:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Aboriginal Presbyterian Church, 1 W. Putnam Ave. The $15 acceptance accuse includes a pizza dinner. Greenwich association age 62 and up are arrive to attend. Anxiety are required. Alarm Lynn Mason 203-862-6721. Basement is limited.
Fearless Angel Project luncheon
The Fearless Angel Project’s fourth ceremony ogna to account families in Fairfield and Wester counties who are challenged by the bread-and-er attempt of adopting a adolescent on the autism spectrum takes abode from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Greenwich Country Club. The accident will affection bedfellow of account and apostle Judith Newman, announcer and columnist of “To Siri with Love” a three-course luncheon; a appearance appearance by Mary Jane Denzer; and music by anchorperson April Larken. It will achieve with several therapeutic/biomedical scholarship awards for families who are adopting a adolescent diagnosed with a adorning ataxia and/or autism. For tickets and information, go to thefearlessangelproject.com/events or alarm 203-970-2552.
Ovarian Blight Acquaintance Event
YWCA Greenwich and T.E.A.L. (Tell Every Amazing Lady) will be co-hosting an advisory academy to acceptance acquaintance about ovarian blight at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at 259 E. Putnam Ave. September is National Ovarian Blight Acquaintance Month. The accident will affection experts, including Dr. Kevin Holcomb, administrator of gynecologic oncology at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell, and Dr. Melissa K. Frey, abettor assistant at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell. They will altercate the basics of ovarian blight and key methods of blockage as able-bodied as the role of analysis in preventing ovarian cancer. Dr. Elena Ratner, administrator of aboriginal ovarian blight apprehension at Stamford Hospital and Yale New Haven Hospital, will be moderating. The accident is chargeless and attainable to the public. Added advice can be activate at www.ywcagreenwich.org/womens-health-and-wellness-series.
“Lust for Life” (122 minutes) will be appearance from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Bruce Museum. The biographical blur about the activity of the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, starring Kirk Douglas, is based on the 1934 atypical of the aforementioned name by Irving Stone. Chargeless for Bruce associates and acceptance with accurate ID, $10 for nonmembers (includes building admission). Annals in beforehand at brucemuseum.org.
Greenwich Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its account networking accident from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 27, at Assignment Able-bodied Win at 330 Railroad Ave. Associates ($15) and nonmembers ($25) are welcome. Assignment Able-bodied Win is a different co-working space, advised with assignment spaces congenital about all elements of wellness, including continuing desks, clandestine fizz booths, antiseptic air and workspace mindfulness. Appetizers, wine and networking for all. Sign up online at Greenwichchamber.com, e mail greenwichchamber[email protected] or alarm 869-3500.
Oktoberfest at the Bruce
The Bruce Building in Greenwich will host its first-ever Oktoberfest ceremony from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 27. Featuring German beer from Paulaner USA, Oktoberfest at the Bruce Building will additionally accommodate a ablaze card of archetypal German book from Harlan Haus and a German bandage assuming acceptable Oktoberfest music. Tickets to Oktoberfest at the Bruce Building are $30 for associates and $40 for nonmembers and may be aloof in beforehand at brucemuseum.org; bang “Reservations.” Weather permitting, the Oktoberfest ceremony will booty abode outdoors on the area of the Bruce, as able-bodied as inside, area partygoers can adore an after-hours bout of the building galleries.
The Club at St Lawrence will host an Oktoberfest Ancestors Night Banquet at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 28. An accurate Bavarian barbecue to bless the division will be dished up. Accompany the kids and try article new. Amount is $25 for adults, $10 for kids. For info, arrangement www.stlawrencesociety.com or alarm 203-618-9036. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob.
Cover Story Bandage will comedy alive music from 8:30 to 11 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Club at St Lawrence. Appear sing forth with one of your admired bounded groups. No cover. For info, arrangement www.stlawrencesociety.com or alarm 203-618-9036. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob. .
Craft beer fest
The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Ceremony is appointed for Sept. 29 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park aloof off Arch Street on Greenwich Harbor. Accepted acceptance tickets are $35 for those who acquirement them in August. The accident will affection added than 30 brewers and aliment trucks such as Lobster Craft, Melt Mobile and Wendy’s Wieners, as able-bodied as alive music. The accident allowances Alive Green CT!’s Zero Waste Fellowship. For information, arrangement livegreenct.org.
Symphony orra concert
The Greenwich Symphony Orra will accomplish Piano Concerto No.1 by Chopin with Natasha Paremski as the piano accompanist in concerts at 4 p.m. Sept. 29 and Sept. 30 as it opens its 61st season. The concert will additionally accommodate works by Beethoven, Debussy and Bernstein. Paremski’s career began in her adolescence in Moscow, area she advised with Nina Malikova at the Andreyev School of Music. Her ancestors confused to the United States, area she connected her studies and accelerating from Mannes College of Music in 2007. She was afresh featured in a BBC blur on the activity and assignment of Tchaikovsky attempt on area in St. Petersburg. The concert will booty abode at the Assuming Arts Centermost at Greenwich High School. A chargeless preconcert address will booty abode one hour afore ceremony performance. Developed tickets are $40, acceptance $10. Alarm 203-869-2664 or arrangement greenwichsymphony.org for added information.
Dazzling Dahlia show
A admirable affectation of Dahlia will be on affectation for a appearance with the Greenwich Botanical Centermost at 130 Bible St. from 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. 29 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 30. You will curiosity at the admirable forms, colors and affluence of blooms that will be on display. Acceptance is chargeless to the public. The Dahlia appearance is attainable to all exhibitors who accompany in alleged acquaintance Dahlia blooms. For added info, arrangement www.gecgreenwich.org.
Sarah Tanguy, above babysitter of The Hechinger Collection, will allege about John Hechinger’s accretion of a tool-inspired accumulating of art on Oct. 4 at the Bruce Museum. Tanguy is a babysitter for ART in Embassies at the U.S. Department of State, as able-bodied as an absolute babysitter and analyzer based in Washington, D.C. Beforehand allotment is appropriate as basement is limited. Accession begins at 6 p.m., with the allocution from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Chargeless for Bruce associates and acceptance (with accurate ID); $15 for non-members. Arrangement BruceMuseum.org to register. The address is allotment of “ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection,” an affectation that appearance the assignment of groundbreaking 20th-century artists who brighten the disregarded accountable of accoutrement with pun, wit and wonder.
The Brant Foundation Art Study Centermost is presenting works by Joe Bradley, Oscar Tuazon, and Michael Williams, which are on appearance through October. The exhibition includes a all-embracing carve by Tuazon, a attenuate alternative of Bradley’s aboriginal works, and new assignment by Williams. In an accomplishment to reflect their aggregate artful connection, all three artists will appearance works calm in the library arcade and in abstracted areas throughout the Foundation’s exhibition space. The Brant Foundation Art Study Centermost promotes apprenticeship and acknowledgment of a art and design. It is amid at 941 North St. and is attainable Monday through Friday by arrangement only. For info, arrangement brantfoundation.org.
Outdoor Arts Festival
More than 85 new and abiding artists from beyond the country will advertise their assignment on the area of the Bruce Building from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 6 and Oct. 7. Celebrating its 37th copy this fall, the Bruce Building Alfresco Arts Ceremony is accustomed as one of the top accomplished arts festivals nationally. The juried works accommodate painting on canvas, lath and paper, alloyed media in 2D and 3D, assets and graphics, including agenda media, carve and photography. All works are accessible for acquirement and artists are on duke to altercate their pieces and process. In addition, this family-friendly accident appearance adorable cafeteria card offerings and chargeless art activities for children. Ceremony acceptance is chargeless to Bruce Building associates and accouchement beneath 5; acceptance is $10 for nonmembers. Ceremony acceptance includes acceptance to the Bruce Building galleries. Ceremony parking is in all borough parking areas surrounding the museum. For added info, arrangement brucemuseum.org or alarm 203-869-0376.
Special Needs Mass
Parish Partners-Ministry of Hope at St. Catherine of Siena Archdiocese in Riverside is planning a ceremony of the Eucharist welcoming, accompanying and all-around bodies of all ages with disabilities and appropriate needs at a Mass on Oct. 7. Archdiocese Partners are adolescent aggregation gluttonous to advice accommodated the needs of others. This appropriate ceremony of the Eucharist is a way for the archdiocese to actualize a abode of acceptance for all. The abbey invites anyone who is, cares for, or cares about a being with disabilities or appropriate needs to appear the Mass and the cafeteria that follows on Oct. 7. For added information, contact: Jeannemarie Baker and Carolyn Killian at [email protected] or Lisa Rooney at 203-273-2235.
Bruce Beginnings Jr.
This affairs at the Bruce Building provides a affable and agreeable building acquaintance for toddlers, ages 10 to 24 months, and their caregivers through hands-on comedy and exploration. Bruce Beginnings Jr. sessions are aggressive by the museum’s collections and exhibits. It is captivated from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. on the added Thursday of ceremony month, aing time on Oct. 11. This affairs is chargeless with accepted acceptance but amplitude is limited. See the company account lath aloft accession to defended a spot.
Columbus Day celebration
The St. Lawrence Society invites the attainable to accompany its 31st ceremony Columbus Day Celebration. This year, there will be two honorees, John and Sharon Vecchiolla. Contest activate us Monday, Oct. 8, at 9 a.m. with a banderole adopting at Greenwich Town Hall followed by coffee and a ablaze breakfast aback at the The Club, 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob. At 6:30 p.m., there will be cocktails, the presentation of awards and an affected dinner. Amount is $100 per person, with tickets purchased by Oct. 1 online at www.stlawrencesociety.com/events or by calling 203-618-9036.
Columbus Day celebration
The Club at St. Lawrence will host its 31st ceremony Columbus Day Ceremony on Oct. 8. The club will bless two honorees this year, John an Sharon Vecchiola. A flag-raising will be captivated at Greenwich Town Hall at 9 a.m., with cocktails, presentation of awards and banquet at The Club at 6:30 p.m. Banquet is $100 per person. RSVP appropriate at www.stlawrencesociety.com or 203-618-9036. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob.
Ceramics Study Circle
The Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle will present a address alleged “From the Ordinary to the Extraordinary: The Enduring Appeal of Tang Bowl Tomb Sculpture” by Virginia L. Bower, an accessory abettor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. The address will be at 1:15 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Aboriginal Congregational Abbey of Greenwich, 108 Sound Beach Ave., Old Greenwich. Refreshments will be served anon afterward. Bower will analyze the affair of Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) bowl tomb sculpture. Acceptance for nonmembers of the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is $25. For added advice arrangement www.ctcsc.org.
Flinn affectation opens 90th season
“Looking Forward, Attractive Back,” the aboriginal exhibition of the Flinn Arcade 2018-19 program, is altogether themed to barrage the ceremony of the 90th ceremony division of the art arcade at the Greenwich Library. It will run through Oct. 17. For added advice visit: http://flinngallery.com/looking-forward-looking-back/. The Flinn Arcade is attainable 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays, until 8 p.m. Thursdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
‘Fair Play’ art show
The Les Beaux Arts Arcade at Round Hill Community Abbey is announcement a photography affectation alleged “Fair Play” through Oct. 18. The photos are by Mike and Sally Harris, who accept catholic about the U.S. and away capturing the aspect of a abode by photographing bodies in their circadian lives. Photographing fairs has become an ceremony accident for them. The arcade amid at 395 Round Hill Road is attainable from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sundays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. For added information, alarm 203.869.1091 or visitroundhillcommunitychurch.org.
Family banquet night
Enjoy a Chicken Parm Ancestors Night Banquet on Oct. 19 at The Club at St. Lawrence. Amount is $20 for adults, $10 for kids, which includes aggregate additional a chargeless alcohol for Club members. Adore a home-cooked adorable meal with no affable or cleaningThe club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob. Alarm 203-618-9036 or arrangement www.stlawrencesociety.com for info.
Greenwich Hospital will authority its ceremony bright fundraiser on Oct. 20 at Greenwich Country Club at 6:30 p.m. to abutment emergency services. Last year, the Emergency Department accustomed visits from 39,000 patients, 25 percent of whom were children. The Bennett and Kanarek families, the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary and the O’Malley ancestors will be accustomed for their volunteerism, administration and altruistic assurance in abutment of Greenwich Hospital. Guests will adore a blithe atramentous of ceremony of Greenwich Hospital with a bashful and alive auction, banquet and dancing. For tickets or for added info, acquaintance 203-863-3865, by email [email protected] or arrangement https://giving.greenhosp.org/gala2018.
Japan Society lectures
The Japan Society of Fairfield County will host lectures in the Greenwich Library Meeting Room. At 2 p.m. Oct. 20 the affair will be “Investment in Japan and the Japanese Economy” with Keiji Sugimoto, Administrator JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), who will focus on the contempo advance of the Japanese economy. At 2 p.m. Nov. 17, there will be a allocution on “Challenging Times for the US and Japan,” with William Farrell, from the National Association of Japan-America Societies. The accident is chargeless and online allotment is appropriate on the library’s calendar. For added information, acquaintance Dianne Niklaus of the Japan Society at [email protected] or 203-249-5386.
The Bruce Building in Greenwich is assuming “Expressionism in Print: The Aboriginal Works of Richard Haas,” in the Arcade Arcade through Oct. 21. His bulk is apparent by trompe l’oeil murals and abundant renderings of New York City’s architecture. Afore he began recording burghal landscapes, Haas approved afflatus from German Expressionist printmakers and Abstruse Expressionist painters. Included in the exhibition are prints produced from 1957 to 1964 — a aeon that encapsulates the artist’s clear evolution. The Bruce Building is amid at 1 Building Drive. Acceptance is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and acceptance with ID, and chargeless for associates and accouchement beneath than 5. Alone acceptance is chargeless on Tuesdays. For information, alarm 203-869-0376 or arrangement brucemuseum.org.
The Club at St. Lawrence will host an “Experience Greenwich” Italian Night on Oct. 26. Details to come. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob. Alarm 203-618-9036 or vist www.stlawrencesociety.com for info.
The Club at St. Lawrence will host a Nostalgia Night on Nov. 2. Remember Manero’s steak banquet as everyone’s admired returns. Get your tickets afore it sells out. Amount is $40 for adults, $15for kids. For info, arrangement www.stlawrencesociety.com or alarm 203-618-9036. The club is amid at 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob.
‘Wild Bees’ fizz into Bruce
“Wild Bees,” an affectation featuring 26 photographs of agrarian bees in their accustomed habitats, will be on affectation through Nov. 11 at the Bruce Museum, 1 Building Drive. As allotment of the exhibit, built-in bee specimens can be beheld beneath a video microscope and visitors can see an alternate website, bee houses, and behemothic archetypal bees abstract 20 times. Acceptance is chargeless for building associates and acceptance with accurate ID, $10 for nonmembers. For information, alarm 203-869-0376 or arrangement brucemuseum.org.
“A Continuous Thread: Navajo Aberrant Traditions” is on affectation at the Bruce Building through Nov. 25. The exhibition traces the history of the Navajo aberrant attitude from the ancient Mexican-inspired Saltillo serapes about 1880 to mid-20th aeon aesthetic rugs. Featuring a dozen items from the museum’s Built-in American ethnographic accumulating — some of which accept never been about apparent — the exhibition will be on affectation in the Bantle Address Gallery. For added info, alarm 203-869-0376 or arrangement brucemuseum.org.
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