The Communities and Neighborhoods of Greenwich
Saturday - May 4th - 2 PM
Greenwich Library Second Floor Meeting Room
This exciting and interesting program will look at the many areas of Greenwich, which developed separartely, then merged in 1854 to form the Borough of Greenwich.
Greenwich Library and The Greenwich Historical Society are co-sponsoring this series.
Architect Patricia Baiardi Kantorki will "kick off" the series with a discussion of the history of Byram from an architectural standpoint. Patricia is the head of an arhcitectural firm, has served on many Town planning committees and is a member of several preservation groups.
Future talks in the series will be held on the following Saturdays:
June 29th - Historian Susan Richardson will talk about the history of Glenville.
July 13th - The history of central Greenwich (Horseneck) will be presented by Historian Davidde Strackbein.
September 28th - Cos Cob as a maritime and art center will be discussed.
October 19th - Author Missy Wolfe will speak on Old Greenwich citing her new book "Insubordinate Spirit".
In November there will be a wrap up session to discuss the future of Greenwich.
The program series is free and open to all ages. No registration is required.
Call (203) 622-7948 for more information.