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The Communities and Neighborhoods of Greenwich:  Cos Cob
Saturday - September 21 - 2 PM
Greenwich Library Meeting Room

Lou Caravella, "The Mayor of Cos Cob", will talk about the history of Cos Cob
in the next installment of this series.  Free and open to all ages.

 
The SONO Switch Tower Museum
77 Washington Street
Norwalk CT 06854

Tour a typical railroad switch tower located in South Norwalk.  The museum is open on weekends from 1 to 5 pm from May to October.  Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.

 

Frolic at French Farm - Greenwich Historical Society
Sunday - September 15
516 Lake Avenue

Tour the grounds of the first property to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places in Greenwich.  Call (203) 869-6899 for reservations and more details.

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