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Friday, February 23 Report on the February 21, 2024 presentation at Round Hill Community House On February 21, 2024, at the Road Hill Community Church, The Greenwich Sustainability Committee (GSC) presented an open discussion to approximately 75 backcountry residents on the impact of synthetic chemicals on everyday life. The GSC is a joint effort of...
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For the second year, the Round Hill Association will host a fabulous cocktail party for neighbors and friends at Foundation House on Old Mill Road. On Friday, May 17th, come out and enjoy a great evening of tasty hors d’eouvres and great wine from 6-8:30 pm! Be on the lookout for your invitation, which will...
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“I’ve been a part of Greenwich for all my 72 years and it’s hard to know where it starts and I stop; it’s all I know., really. I love our beaches and parks, the woodlands that have been my playground and now thrill my five grandkids. My big, fat bobcat and wonderful ugly snapping turtle…...
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After 50 years the Bailiwick Swim and Tennis Club is pushing forward for the next 50 years.  The Club recently installed lights on their paddle tennis courts and will soon do a major renovation of the pool and dining facilities.   The Bailiwick Club was founded in 1972 to be the first unrestricted club in Greenwich...
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Saturday afternoon, February 10th at 4 pm North Greenwich Church 606 Riversville Road, at the crossroads of Riversville Road and John Street opposite Audubon  Mikhail Svetlov is one of the brightest representatives of the bass vocal tradition. He has a great command of vocal technique, is an amazing actor of both comedy and drama, of tragic image...
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Summers in backcountry and Round Hill in 2024 will be quieter and air quality will be healthier than in past years.  The Representative Town Meeting (RTM) on 1/16/24 voted to enact a new town-wide noise ordinance with an amendment to prohibit gas-powered leaf blower usage on residential property from June through August and into parts...
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On a chilly fall Saturday morning at 9:00 AM, fifteen Round Hill residents and neighbors gathered at the Greenwich Audubon Barn for an introductory QiGong exercise class organized by the Round Hill Association.  The event was the result of a recent survey in which group exercise class was requested by responders.   QiGong is a...
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October 26, 2023 Round Hill Community House On October 26th The Round Hill Association hosted a forum where candidates for the Board of Selectmen discussed their ideas. Fred Camillo, Incumbent First Selectman, Lauren Rabin, Incumbent Selectman, Laura Erickson, Candidate for First Selectwoman, and  Janet Stone McGuigan, Candidate for Selectwoman, mingled with guests during the social...
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The invasive spotted lanternfly has been spotted in August off King Street between Bedford Road and Locust Road.  These adults are on their seasonal eating stage heading into fall.  Other towns including Stamford and New Canaan have also reported the presence of these insects.  This native of China was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 2014...
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On upper King Street in northwest backcountry Greenwich between Bedford Road and Locust Road, nine acres of forest have been cleared for the new Versailles Orchard.  Steve and Ingrid McMenamin, who created Versailles Farm on Locust Street on the property they purchased in 2012, are undertaking a new orchard farming venture as their next step....
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