Events

Virtual Blessing of the Animals at Round Hill Community Church

For more than 15 years, the Round Hill Community Church congregation has dedicated a Sunday worship service to focus on God’s gift of animals and to give thanks for the role that animals hold in our lives. This special service is typically observed on or near the Sunday closest to October 4, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals. It serves as a reminder of St. Francis’ love of nature and God’s desire for humans to be responsible stewards of their domestic pets and by extension the entire world. read more...

Kids In Crisis to Host Community-Wide Scavenger Hunt

Kids In Crisis will run its first ever, family friendly, community-wide Scavenger Hunt July 27 through August 7. This two-week long virtual event is free to all participants and will include 60 missions, in categories that include ‘Family Fun’, ‘Do Good’ and ‘Community Awareness & Support’. This is a great way to have fun this summer with friends, family and even co-workers. read more...

Panel to Discuss the Impact of the Pandemic on Small Businesses

On Wednesday, July 22, The Retired Men’s Association of Greenwich, Inc. (RMA) will present: “Greenwich Small Businesses and the Impact of the Pandemic” – a panel discussion with accountant Sean Dowling, banker David Moore, restaurateur Caren Vizzo St. Phillip, and retail shop owners Randy and Kimberly Caravella. The virtual program will take place at 11 a.m. To view the webinar, log on to: bit.ly/30IBj21 read more...

Audubon Virtual Summer Camp Begins July 21

Even though many summer camps are closed this year, curious young minds still have an opportunity to learn about and experience nature. Join Audubon for up to five weeks of Virtual Summer Camp, starting July 21. Discover the fascinating world of everything from birds to butterflies to beavers in this engaging online program, led and designed by expert Audubon educators. Details for this program include: read more...

The Bruce Presents ‘Impressions of L.A. Ring: On a Threshold’

To celebrate the artistry of L.A. Ring — the Danish master painter presented in the Bruce Museum’s current visiting exhibition — the Bruce Museum is hosting a virtual solo concert performed by internationally renowned Danish jazz and improvisational artist Nikolaj Hess. Filmed on June 24 before a live audience at SMK, the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen, the audiovisual hybrid concert will also feature visuals by acclaimed film director Andreas Johnsen based on the paintings of Ring. read more...