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Along with the warmer temperatures, budding daffodils, and chirping peepers, another sign of spring is the reopening of two local public golf courses near Round Hill.  The town-operated Griffith Harris Golf Course and the privately-owned Pound Ridge Golf Course give golfers two quality options.  Both courses have hosted the Metropolitan Golf Association Public Links Championship....
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  Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich Is Now Open to the Public Current Exhibition: David Salle If you live in the Round Hill area and are looking to get out of the house this winter and experience an excellent, curated art exhibition, you don’t have to travel very far.  It is a short...
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Along with the beginning of a new year, 2022, backcountry and Round Hill residents have a new nearby local food experience to try in Glenville.  The Country Table, located at 1 Glenville Street by the Byram River bridge, opened on January 10 in a restored and modernized building with exterior Italianate detail which was originally...
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The Round Hill Association candidate debate was held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021. The debate was held virtually and featured the candidates for First Selectmen, incumbent Republican Fred Camillo, and his Democratic challenger, Bill Kelly.   Incumbent Second Selectwoman, Republican Lauren Rabin, also debated her challenger, Democrat Janet Stone McGuigan. Two-minute statements were read by...
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This marks the 50th anniversary of the Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch, an annual fall event at the Greenwich Audubon Center located in the backcountry at the corner of Riversville Road and John Street.  Every year, for about two months from mid-September through early November, a number of experienced and bird savvy enthusiasts volunteer their time scanning...
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Missing the inspiration, solace, and thrill of live music? If so, stop in for a concert this Sunday, June 13th from 5-6 pm with Grammy-nominated cellist Michael Nicolas and Juilliard pianist Carlos Avila. North Greenwich Church continues its tradition of offering community concerts, and invites you to discover the exceptional acoustics of its peaceful backcountry...
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The annual display of crocuses is in bloom in central Greenwich on the hillside by the stop light where North Maple meets the Post Road.  With the first day of Spring just passed and the snow melt now completed after six weeks starting in early February, the warmer temperatures with sunshine are producing several signs...
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Getting outside for walking this winter is a popular activity among people of all ages in coping with the confinements imposed by the pandemic. As a result, the street and public access spaces in Greenwich are busier than normal with increased volume. For less crowded areas, there are fortunately several in the Round Hill community...
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