Historical Happenings

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The Communities and Neighborhoods of Greenwich 


Saturday - June 29th - 2pm

Greenwich Library


The multimedia series continues with a PowerPoint presentation by Historian Susan Richardson on the Glenville section of town.

Glenville has had a very diverse history as a farming, manufacturing and business center.   It's had its own church, school and central business district. Polish, Italian and other ethnic groups came to Glenville to work in the factories and on estates.

Come join us for this FREE program, which is open to all.  No registration is required.



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