Category: News

By Ken Borsuk | Greenwich Time | Aug. 11, 2022 Legendary historian David McCullough is being honored by the Greenwich Historical Society as its leader recalled him as “a national spokesman” for history and education.
By Ken Borsuk | Greenwich Time | Aug. 1, 2022 To promote a $15 million program offering free summer admission to kids at more than 90 Connecticut museums and sites, Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz took a tour of the Greenwich Historical Society and urged families to do the same.
By Annelise Hanshaw | Greenwich Time | July 24, 2022 Eight kids learned to churn butter, weave and make lanterns this week as they imagined what it was like to live like the Bush and Holley families in the 18th and 19th centuries.
July 15, 2022
By Anne W. Semmes | Greenwich Sentinel | July 15, 2022 Come to a unique dinner-dance event to celebrate 90 years of service to the community. Taking place on the grounds of the neoclassical Beaux Arts-style waterfront estate, Easterly, circa 1902. A giant tent will evoke the glamorous Café Society, so transformed into the famed zebra-striped New York El Morocco nightclub. Inside, guests will be dancing to the tunes of Cole Porter and George Gershwin.
July 8, 2022
By Ali Muldoon | Greenwich Sentinel | July 8, 2022 When Covid-19 hit, the Greenwich Historical Society was determined to continue to preserve and disseminate the history of Greenwich. To achieve this goal, the group compiled a plethora of self-guided walking tours rich with information on what Greenwich was like before Lululemon and Saks 5th Avenue.
May 9, 2022
By Robert Marchant | Greenwich Time | May 9, 2022 Some 90 years ago, the Greenwich Historical Society came into existence. In honor of its anniversary, town residents are invited to learn more about Greenwich from its first settlers to its distinct neighborhoods.