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Greenwich Faces the Great War Exhibition

October 1, 2014 through March 22, 2015

Antiquarius 2014

December 5 – 10, 2014

Bush-Holley House by Candlelight

Sunday, December 14, 2014

“Treasure Hunt” Holiday Performances by No Strings Marionette Company

Saturday, December 20, 2014

After the World Broke In Two: WWI and the Fracturing of Poetry and Fiction, Lecture by Professor Laura Winters

January 15, 2015

The Millionaires Unit Documentary Film Screening

January 29, 2015

Over Here and Over There: The Popular Music of WWI

February 26 and March 1, 2015


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Antiquarius: A Win/Win

Antiquarius is quite simply our most important fundraising event of the year. When you support Antiquarius, you make a lot of good things happen: You enable the Historical Society to collect and chronicle the vibrant history of this unique community so that we can share it with current and future residents, scholars and students. You help to sustain the Library and Archives so visitors can learn the Greenwich story through photos and primary source documents. You become a steward of beloved Bush-Holley Historic Site, help launch fascinating art and history exhibitions, further preservations initiatives and allow us to offer education programs for all ages.

When you participate, it’s a win/win. You contribute immeasurably to the cultural vitality of Greenwich and have a really good time doing it. What could be better?

Celebrate the holidays in high style by attending all these exciting events. Many thanks!

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Preservation at Work!

Check out Restoration Hardware’s transformation of the old Greenwich Post Office building to the new Restoration Hardware Gallery. Some of the images came from our archives. Click here to view the video.
 

Greenwich Faces the Great War

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If you visited Greenwich Faces the Great War at the Storehouse Gallery but didn’t have time to take the survey on site, you can still share your thoughts
and give us important feedback.

Click here to take the survey. In thanks for helping us evaluate your experience at the show, you’ll be entitled to FREE admission to one of our exhibition-related programs.

Historical Society Seeks Nominations for Landmark Recognition

The Greenwich Landmark Recognition program is in the news. This year’s program chairman Robin Kencel recently announced new committee members and opened the field for 2015 nominations of Greenwich historic properties. Read about it in the Greenwich Free Press and visit the Landmarks section to learn more. 
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Bush-Holley Historic Site Featured on WNET Channel THIRTEEN

Bush-Holley House was featured on NYC-ARTS’ Curator’s Choice on Thursday, 7/31 (we were also featured in two earlier segments this summer). Take a few minutes to learn more about the history of Bush-Holley Historic Site and the Cos Cob art colony in an interview with executive director Debra Mecky. View the latest news clip >

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The Greenwich Historical Society preserves the history of Greenwich, engages the public in an exploration of our rich cultural heritage, inspires a spirit of discovery through educational programs and encourages active participation in the preservation and interpretation of the Town’s past.