Learn how to grow your own plants from seed. Come to the Greenhouse and learn the basics of starting seeds at home. This hands-on workshop will review planting schedules, germinating techniques and which seeds should go directly into the garden. You will walk away with a plethora of information and a few little treasures to grow on your own.
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The 35th annual Shakespeare Competition for Greenwich, Stamford and other Connecticut high school students will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, February 26th, at the Parish Hall, Christ Church Greenwich. The competition is open to students in Grades 9-12 from public, independent and parochial high schools. Students are selected by their schools in preliminary competition for advancement to Wednesday’s branch competition.
Participants are required to perform from memory a monologue of no more than 20 lines from one of Shakespeare’s plays and to recite a sonnet by Shakespeare.
Three noted personalities in the theatre world will be judging their performances: Allan Zeller, Jo Anne Parady and Florence Phillips.
The first-prize winner on February 26th will advance to the ESU’s National Shakespeare Competition scheduled for Monday, April 27th, 2020, in New York City.
The Competition, which is free and open to the public, is jointly sponsored by the Greenwich Branch of the English-Speaking Union and the Smith College Club of Greenwich-Stamford. Competition co-chairs are Anne Hall Elser of the ESU and Caterina Kavanagh of the Smith College Club. read more...
Join us for an informative, interactive discussion to learn strategies and tools that will help you and your student reduce anxiety throughout the college process.
Topics will include the following:
1. Alleviating stress as you manage the college process while still gaining the desired outcomes.
2. How do we manage the discussion when it comes up with family, friends and others in the community. read more...
This dynamic interactive performance focuses on issues of race, gender, community building, and the stories that we all carry. Through spoken word poetry, Kane takes listeners on a journey exploring the role that our layered identities, experiences, and stories play in leadership, community engagement and building relationships across lines of difference. read more...Find out more »
All are invited for meditative nights of Evening Prayer with Holy Communion by candlelight. Each service is followed by an optional simple supper and reflections on biblical prophetic wisdoms. Candlelight Nights occurs every Thursday Evening in Lent Feb 27th-Apr 2nd at 7:00PM. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. read more...Find out more »
Ayurveda translates into “Science of Life” with “Ayus” meaning life and “Veda” meaning knowledge or science. It means “the truth of you”. The mind-body connection is powerful. Using the power of Ayurveda, I will help you to achieve your peak physical, mental, and emotional health through my knowledge of a tradition that is thousands of years old.
Ruchi Shah is an independent Ayurvedic consultant and wellness coach based in Greenwich, CT. She believes in promoting wellness instead of treating illness, finding the root cause of an ailment rather than merely treating the symptoms so that the body is holistically and systematically healed from within. Using her highly specialized and comprehensive knowledge of Ayurveda, she work one-on-one with clients and offers group classes to conduct a thorough health assessment and to create a unique, personalized plan catered to each individual’s needs to optimize health and wellness through herbs and lifestyle recommendations. Registration Required. read more...