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Outgoing RHA president John Conte reflects on his experiences, contributions, and observations during his five-year tenure. Presiding over an exciting and, at times, challenging era for backcountry, he highlights why Round Hill is so special and what is needed to maintain its character. I’ve been a dedicated member of the Round Hill Association for over 12 years,...
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Which Greenwich clothier regularly pulls up large and small-mouthed bass, sunnies, and yellow perch when fishing? Tyler Mitchell, one of the owners of Richards in Greenwich, says that his backyard pond supplies an astounding variety of fish. “Is it catch and release?” we asked. “Always,” he said. Other hobbies include snowboarding, especially at Yellowstone Club....
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The Round Hill backcountry has a long heritage of horsemanship and riding that dates back to 1914 and continues today through The Greenwich Riding and Trails Association (GRTA).  GRTA is a nonprofit organization with the stated mission to preserve, protect, and promote open space, historical trails, and the tradition of horseback riding for our community...
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Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company (“RHVFC”) and its volunteer firefighters will host its first-ever “Family Fun Day” to celebrate children and families of the backcountry and all of Greenwich. The event will take place on Saturday, April 6th from 1-5 pm at Whitby School in Greenwich. A rain date of Sunday, April 7th has been...
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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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On Saturday 2/3/24 Foundation House on Old Mill Road held an open studio for its winter Artists In Residence participants to share their recent work.  Four times a year, eight creative artists of all disciplines, (including painters writers, illustrators, designers, musicians, film makers, visionary thinkers and doers), are invited to gather for 10 days to...
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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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Are you looking for some art from quality artists? After a recent absence, The Greenwich Art Society, with sponsorship from M & T Bank, is presenting its Annual Membership Exhibition called “Reviving Inner Rhythms”.  The exhibition will be at the Flinn Gallery on the second floor of The Greenwich Library from August 1 through August...
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