Here are some historical programs I'm sure you'll enjoy this Fall!
Starting Wednesday, September 14th at the Bush-Holley Historical Site:
"Everyday Heroes: Greenwich First Responders"
This exhibit looks at the critical role of firemen, police and EMS staff in keeping Greenwich safe. It shows how the services have changed over time, and how dependent it is on volunteerism.
Saturday, October 22nd at Greenwich Library at 2 pm
"Mark Twain vs. The Imperialists: A Republic, Not an Empire"
Ken McDermott-Roe's play about Mark Twain and the Spanish-American War. Originally broadcast on NPR in 2008. An interesting, educational and entertaining program with a special appearance by Mr. Twain!
Monday, October 24th at Greenwich Library at 7 pm
AuthorsLive: Karen Jewell discusses her new book "A History of the Greenwich Waterfront".
Karen talks about the Greenwich shoreline from Old Greenwich to Byram. She will also talk about the creation of the various yacht and boat clubs.
Saturday, November 5th at 2pm at Greenwich Library
AuthorsLive: "The Leatherman". Author Dan DeLuca will discuss new information about the transient and the results of a recent exhumation and DNA test. One of the favorite legends in Greenwich history.