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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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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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Round Hill Association is concerned about traffic & safety on our roads On September 6th, Greenwich Planning & Zoning heard an application for a new 248-unit residential development (Greenwich America) on upper King Street in backcountry Greenwich near Armonk. This is the first of three known proposed large developments in the area that could bring hundreds...
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On most Sunday afternoons from June through September, polo returns to Greenwich in nearby backcountry.  The ‘Sport of Kings” is one of the oldest team sports in the world and was introduced in the US in 1876.  The Blind Brook Polo Club existed in Purchase, NY off King Street until it was closed in 1967. ...
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Mark your calendar for Friday evening May 19th.  Neighbors and residents of the backcountry and mid-country Greenwich are invited to a cocktail party presented by the Round Hill Association (RHA) at the Foundation House estate on Old Mill Road. The party is an opportunity for old and new members of the community to gather for a social evening...
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The Round Hill Association is hosting its annual meeting on Tuesday May 3, 2022 at the Round Hill Community House for all members and residents.  The annual meeting this year marks a return to an in-person gathering after prior cancellations from the pandemic restrictions.  The evening will begin at 6:30 PM with refreshments followed by...
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Please join us  on Tuesday October 26th at 7pm for our 2021 Greenwich Candidates Debate.  Our debate will be virtual and feature the candidates for First Selectmen, incumbent Republican Fred Camillo and his Democratic challenger, Bill Kelly. Incumbent Second Selectwoman, Republican Lauren Rabin will also debate her challenger, Democrat Janet Stone McGuigan. We will also...
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At long last, Round Hill and northwest Greenwich may be closer to having a fully staffed fire station. At a public hearing in January, the Board of Estimate and Taxation considered the 145-page report from the Town-Wide Fire Study it commissioned by Matrix Consulting Group. The Matrix Group found what residents here have been saying...
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FOUNDATION HOUSE AT OLD MILL FARM NEARING APPROVAL Foundation House, the name of the proposed learning center with focus on health and wellness at 124 Old Mill Road, is moving ahead to gain approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission. With workshops, lectures, and events, the center will advance a wide range of interests including...
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