Events

Robert Burns Supper Scottish Party

On Saturday, Jan. 25, join the millions of people around the world who are celebrating the 261st birthday of “Auld Lang Syne” writer, Scottish national poet Robert Burns. On or near Jan. 25 every year, an estimated 9 million people around the globe attend Burns Suppers in honor of the beloved bard. Traditional Burns Suppers have been following roughly the same order of events since the first one in 1801. read more...

Indivisible Greenwich Hosts First Member Meeting of the Year

Indivisible Greenwich will host its first all-member meeting of 2020 on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 7 p.m. at the Western Greenwich Civic Center. At the meeting, the group will launch its new initiative “Democracy Matters” in preparation for the November, 2020 federal elections. In addition to providing options for public engagement in preparation for the November, 2020 elections, it will host a special speaker from Changing The Conversation Together, a group that flipped a deep red House seat in 2018 through a process known as “deep canvassing.” read more...

The Contemporary Art Network at Greenwich Art Society

The Contemporary Art Network presents the first collaborative exhibition in Greenwich of its artists – Melissa Bisbee Orme, Anelisa Calmet, Scott Glaser, Ellen Gordon, Joyce Grasso, Oli Kambeitz, Bob Kuperman, Lina Morielli, Mary Newcomb, Karen Schlansky, and Marina Shrady. The Contemporary Art Network Showcase 2020 features high quality artwork created in oil and acrylic paint, mixed media, sculptural as well as band aides. read more...

Riverside School to Perform ‘Frozen’ Musical

On Friday, Jan. 17 and Saturday, Jan. 18, Riverside School will put on its annual school musical for its student and parent community. This year’s production will be ‘Frozen’ the musical fantasy/comedy story based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Snow Queen.” Produced in 2013 by Walt Disney, “Frozen” tells the story of a princess named Anna, and her sister Elsa who becomes queen. read more...