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YWCA Hosts Adults for Education on Teen Dating Violence

On Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. YWCA Greenwich and the One Love Foundation will host a screening of the film Escalation followed by a Q&A. The purpose is to educate the community on the signs of an abusive relationship. Already shown in over 500 high schools and colleges across the country, YWCA together with One Love will be bringing this program to the high schools in Greenwich this spring. This special event has been designed to give parents and adults a preview of the program. read more...

Gordon Selected for Esteemed Stone Barns Program

Every year, Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture – a nonprofit food and education center that is working to improve the way America eats and farms – in conjunction with Whole Foods Market, conducts a campaign to help teachers from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut expand their knowledge of sustainable farming while learning how to incorporate food and agricultural facts and issues into their classroom lessons. Greenwich’s own Putnam Indian Field School (PIFS) pre-K teacher Diane Gordon is one of five Connecticut educators chosen this year. read more...

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Holds Patient Education Forum

Learn about the latest advances in IBD treatment and enjoy a morning filled with information that will cover a wide and interesting array of topics including the safety of biologics, the latest updates in the treatment and management of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis and pediatric IBD. Featuring Dr. Neal Schamberg from the Center for Gastrointestinal Medicine of Fairfield and Westchester as the keynote speaker. read more...

Junior League to Host Panel Discussion on Concussion

The Junior League of Greenwich will present “Concussions in Education: What You Need to Know” on Tuesday, March 8, at 7 p.m. in Greenwich Library’s Cole Auditorium. This program is designed for the entire community — free and open to the public — and is especially relevant for parents and educators to learn about brain injuries in our schools and colleges. read more...