Events

Documentary on Desalination debuts at Seaside Center

A new documentary film about a revolutionary approach to water desalination will debut at the Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park on Sunday, Sept. 4 at 2 p.m. Created by two Greenwich High School students, the approximately 15-minute documentary Nanoporous Graphene: A Filter for the Future explores the life and work of Dr. David Cohen-Tanugi, an MIT research scientist who developed a way to use graphene to purify water at the molecular level. read more...

Paleontologist to lead family-friendly dinosaur talk

Kate Dzikiewicz, Bruce Museum Paul Griswold Howes Fellow and paleontologist, will present a family friendly program on dinosaurs on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park. The free event begins at 3 p.m. and is part of a series of daily drop-in programs held at the Seaside Center throughout the summer. The program includes a discussion of dinosaur discoveries in Connecticut and vicinity as well as a hands-on activity making dinosaur footprints. All ages are welcome. No registration is required, but a Greenwich beach pass is required for access to Greenwich Point Park. read more...