This Place Matters! Photo Contest Winners

Thank you to everyone for submitting photos and sharing what makes Greenwich special to you. The judges had a hard time picking winners but here they are:

1st Place Tod's Point, Old Greenwich - Submitted by Joseph Weed
1st Place
Tod’s Point, Old Greenwich
Submitted by Joseph Weed
2nd Place Mason and Teddy Maloney at the September 11 Memorial in Cos Cob Park, Cos Cob: Submitted by Sally Maloney
2nd Place
Mason and Teddy Maloney at the September 11 Memorial in Cos Cob Park, Cos Cob
Submitted by Sally Maloney
3rd Place Ada's, Riverside: Submitted by Finley Marshall and Lucinda McCall; photo by Carrie Wallack
3rd Place
Ada’s, Riverside
Finley Marshall and Lucinda McCall
Photo by Carrie Wallack
4th Place Byram clambake pavillion
4th Place
Byram clambake pavilion, Byram
Submitted by Alexandra Bogdanovic
5th Place Neighbors on Park Avenue, Central Greenwich
5th Place
Neighbors on Park Avenue, Central Greenwich
Submitted by Catherine Tompkins

Prizes

  • 1st Prize: Tickets for two adults to the Greenwich Winter Antiques Show Preview Party December 1, 2017
  • 2nd Prize: Tickets for two adults to the Antiquarius Holiday House Tour December 6, 2017
  • 3rd Prize: One annual family membership to the Greenwich Historical Society
  • 4th Prize: One family pass to the Greenwich Historical Society Fall Festival October 8, 2017
  • 5th Prize: A collection of Greenwich-themed books for children and adults

About the Greenwich Historical Society Blog

Welcome!

National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House in Greenwich, CT, USA.
National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House in Greenwich, CT, USA.

The Greenwich Historical Society was founded in 1931 to collect and chronicle the vibrant history of Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. It operates the circa 1730 National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House, a cradle of American Impressionism. The structure began life as a home for prosperous merchants and gained recognition later as a boarding house and gathering place for many prominent American artists and writers.

Artist's studio in Bush-Holley House
Artist’s studio in Bush-Holley House

The Greenwich Historical Society also includes an art gallery, which features rotating exhibitions and a museum store; and an extensive research library and archives. It maintains an active calendar of lectures, school programs, live storytelling evenings, community events, and summer camp.

This blog will serve to keep the public updated on our events and programs and to share information on the fascinating history of Greenwich, Connecticut.