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November 5, 2014 - garden totes

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Judge to share `Tales from Bench’

On Wednesday, Nov. 5, during 10:30 a.m., a Retired Men’s Association will horde a speak during First Presbyterian Church, Lafayette Place, by late U.S. District Court Judge Alan Nevas, “Tales from a Bench: Three of my Most Interesting Cases.” Nevas, who was allocated in 1985 by Ronald Reagan to a U.S. District Court for a District of Connecticut, was allocated in 1985 by Ronald Reagan to a U.S. District Court for a District of Connecticut. During his years on a bench, Nevas presided over a far-reaching operation of polite cases, both jury and non-jury. He also presided over countless vital rapist trials involving white collar offenses, orderly crime, open crime and large-scale drug placement rings. Nevas was allocated to conduct a cabinet that will allot $7.7 million in supports to families impacted by a Sandy Hook Elementary School mass murder in Newtown. The assembly is giveaway of charge. No reservations are necessary, and women are welcome. For additional information, call Bernard Schneider during 203-698-2558; email bgsesq@gmail.com or revisit greenwichrma.org.

Farmers marketplace open Wednesdays

The Old Greenwich Farmers Market, 38 West End Ave., is open Wednesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. by Nov. 19. The weekly marketplace offers uninformed furnish from Connecticut farms and food equipment from internal and informal producers, including uninformed apples, honeyed potatoes, greens, meats, eggs (when available), prepared foods, breads, pasta, uninformed flowers, jams, honey, maple syrup and pies. For some-more information, email info@oldgreenwichfarmersmarket.com.

Discussion on Huguenots

On Wednesday, Nov. 5, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., Alliance Francaise, 299 Greenwich Ave., will reason a discussion, “The French Hospital in England: Its Huguenot History and Collections,” by Tess Murdoch, who curated a Museum of London’s vaunt “The Quiet Conquest: The Huguenots 1685-1985.” A accepting will follow. Fee is $10, giveaway to Alliance members. To RSVP, call 203-629-1340 or email education@afgreenwich.org.

Discussion on rehab care

On Wednesday, Nov. 5, during 7 p.m., a Saint Mary Guild will reason a horde a giveaway contention on choice rehab caring in a Hitchcock Room of a Parish Center during St. Mary Parish, 178 Greenwich Ave. Guest speakers will be member from Waveny LifeCare Network; Mary Ntiri, village liaison; and Kristen N. Sinatra, executive of marketing. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.

Breast cancer lunch, fashions

On Thursday, Nov. 6, during 11 a.m., Breast Cancer Alliance will reason a 19th annual advantage luncheon and conform show, “Branching Out, Coming Together, Aspiring to a Cure,” during Hyatt Regency Greenwich, 1800 E. Putnam Ave. This year’s advantage facilities dual runway shows; a Brunello Cucinelli Fall 2014 Collection and Spring 2015 Collection Preview, and a Survivors Celebration Fashion Show presenting specifically comparison autumn fashions from Richards of Greenwich modeled by moving breast cancer survivors.. To register, revisit http://weblink.donorperfect.com/2014benefit. To bid on wordless auction items, revisit http://breastcanceralliance.tofinoauctions.com/benefit2014. For a paper invitation or to squeeze raffle tickets, call 203-861-0014 or email crystal@breastcanceralliance.org.

Film, contention on plastic’s impact on environment

On Thursday, Nov. 6, during 6:30 p.m., Garden Education Center, 130 Bible St., will horde a screening of a award-winning documentary, “Bag it: Is your Life too Plastic,” that addresses a impact of changing a expenditure and use of cosmetic and explores how a daily faith on cosmetic threatens waterways, sea life and tellurian health. Representatives from a Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board and Greenwich Green Clean will their plead efforts in a community. Cost is $20 for adults, $10 for children. Recommended for kids starting during 9-years-old. To register, call 203-869-9242, or revisit gecgreenwich.org.

YMCA to reason registration

Registration is open during a YMCA of Greenwich for Fall II Session exercise, nautical and healthy vital programs. The Y will offer 4 new parent-child classes: Music and Movement, Itty Bitty Ballet, Stroller Boot Camp and Babiecise. The module runs from Nov. 8 by Jan. 23. To register, stop by a YMCA, call 203-869-1630 or revisit www.gwymca.org.

YWCA preschool open house

YWCA Greenwich Preschool, 259 East Putnam Ave., is holding an open residence on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and on Monday, Nov. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. YWCA

Director of Childhood Education Geri Smiles will answer questions and reason tours. The YWCA Preschool facilities a 10-month educational module with a curriculum that includes instruction in gymnastics, music, Spanish and swimming. For some-more information, call 203-869-6501, ext. 221, or email g.smiles@ywcagreenwich.org.

Scholastic chess tournaments reason in Greenwich

Registration is now open for dual National Scholastic Chess Foundation scholarly tournaments that will be reason in Greenwich. The events are partial of a 2014-15 Grand Prix chess season, that comprises some-more than 20 events via Fairfield County and Westchester County. The initial contest will be hosted by Greenwich Country Day School, 401 Old Church Rd., and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 9. The second eventuality will be reason on Sunday, Nov. 16 during Greenwich Academy, 200 North Maple Ave. The tournaments are open to area students of all ages with sections orderly formed on ability. Competitors contingency be members of a United States Chess Federation. For some-more information or to register, call 914-683-5322. or revisit a tournaments territory during www.NSCFchess.org.

`The Nurse is In’

A helper will be on site to take blood vigour readings and answer health questions on Mondays Nov. 10, 17 and 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during a Greenwich Library Health Information Center, 101 West Putnam Ave. The giveaway use is sponsored by Community Health during Greenwich Hospital. For additional information, call 203-863-4444.

Consultations for Medicare Part D

Appointments are being set adult now for a Greenwich Commission on Aging’s open enrollment duration for Medicare Part D medication drug plan, that will run by Sunday, Dec. 7, during a Senior Center, 299 Greenwich Ave., and Greenwich Library, 101 W. Putnam Ave. Medicare Part D can't be altered after Dec. 7. For a giveaway and trusted one-on-one contention or some-more information, call 203-862-6710.

Registration for basketball clinics

In-person registration has started for girl basketball clinics during a Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center, 449 Pemberwick Road. Clinics will be charity Thursdays, starting Nov. 6, for 6 weeks. The module for children in kindergarten will run from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m.; children in initial and second grades will accommodate from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m., and third- and fourth-graders will accommodate from 5:15 to 6 p.m. For additional information or to register, call 203-532-1259, stop by a county core or revisit www.greenwichct.org.

Fundraiser for spaniel rescue

English Cocker Spaniel Club of America Health and Rescue Organization will co-host a fundraiser during Serenity Beauty and Spa’s annual benefaction eventuality Thursday, Nov. 6, from 5 to 7 p.m., during 49 Greenwich Ave. Donations are done during a doorway and 100 percent of all donations perceived during a eventuality go directly to a English Cocker Spaniel Club of America Health Rescue Organization. The eventuality will underline booze and hors d’oeuvres and a rescue receptacle for a initial 25 attendees. The sauna will offer eyebrow makeovers, hair and skin caring consultations, massages, reflexology and more. Spots are limited; to RSVP call a sauna during 203-629-9000. The English Cocker Spaniel Club of America rescues English Cocker Spaniels, seashore to coast, that are during risk in shelters, other rescues, or from private owners no longer means to keep their dogs. To benefaction or adopt, revisit http://ecscahealthandrescue.org/rescue.

`Lyme Talks’ and support group

On Thursday, Nov. 6, during 7 p.m., unifying health manager Chrisel Autuori will be a featured orator during “Lyme Talks,” during Greenwich Town Hall, 101 Field Point Rd.

Autuori, who specializes in yoga and Reiki, will address, “Practical Coping Skills for Patients and Caregivers.” Her contention will concentration on a holistic perspective of health and healing, a mind/body connection, and her display will embody a proof of peaceful chair yoga. The unchanging support organisation will follow, moderated by Angela LaManna, a Lyme-literate therapist who recognizes a special needs of people pang from ongoing illness due to tick-borne diseases. For some-more information,

Cos Cob Library storytelling event

On Friday, Nov. 7, during 7 p.m., Cos Cob Library, 5 Sinawoy Road, will reason “Tellabration,” a annual storytelling eventuality featuring veteran storytellers Lauren Mendoza, part-time children’s librarian during Greenwich Library, and Kathy Jarombek, a Perrot Library children’s librarian. They will be assimilated by tyro storytellers from Central Middle School. Tellabration began in Stamford, and is now an general event. The tales are suitable for a whole family, and all are welcome. Refreshments will be available. For additional information call 203-622-6883.

Indoor margin hockey clinics scheduled

Indoor margin hockey clinics during Bendheim Western Civic Center will start Sunday, Nov. 23, and run for 5 weeks. In-person registration is underway and will continue until classes are full during a center, 449 Pemberwick Road. For sum or a registration form, call 203-532-1259, stop by a core or revisit www.greenwichct.org. Session 1, for children 8 and 9, will accommodate from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Session 2, for 10- to 12-year-olds, will run from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The module will be taught by Caitlin Keane, margin hockey manager during Central Middle School. It will assistance children rise skills in hang work, passing, receiving, shooting, simple descent and defensive skills, and small-sided games.

ONSF to horde conference

The ONS Foundation for Clinical Research and Education Inc. will benefaction a sixth annual Medical Education Conference, “Treating Musculoskeletal Issues in Females,” Saturday, Nov. 8, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Noble Auditorium, Greenwich Hospital, 5 Perryridge Road. Conference heads are Gloria Cohen, M.D., and Mark Vitale, M.D. Keynote orator will be award-winning publisher and best-selling author Joan Lunden, who is also a health and wellness disciple dedicating her career to assisting women and their families live easier, happier and healthier lives. Presentations in orthopedics, sports medicine, neurosurgery and radiology will examination user and non-operative diagnosis options. The one-day convention is designed to offer raise a preparation of physicians, nurses, medicine assistants, earthy and occupational therapists, as good as jaunty trainers and coaches. The giveaway contention will embody breakfast, lunch and module materials. To register, call 203-869-3131 or revisit www.ons_foundation.org.

Church to offer chili and music

Second Congregational Church invites a open to a 13th annual Broadway Chili Night on Saturday, Nov. 8, during a church, 139 E. Putnam Ave. The eventuality will applaud Broadway with low-pitched celebration and will underline a home-cooked meal. Dinner will start during 6 p.m., followed by a church’s Chancel Choir, led by Church Music Director Alexander Constantine, that will compensate reverence to Broadway song during 7 p.m. A dessert accepting will follow during 8 p.m. Open to a public. Freewill donations appreciated. For reservations, hit Gloria LaDestro during 203-869-9311, ext. 20, or email broadway@2cc.org.

Audubon to reason family hike

On Sunday, Nov. 9, from 9:30 to 11 a.m., Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Rd., will reason a travel for families and kids 7 and comparison on a Audubon Greenwich trails.

RSVP required. Call 203-869-5272, ext. 349 or email greenwichcenter@audubon.org. Held second each second Sunday of a month.

Chamber Players to reason dual performances

The Chamber Players of a Greenwich Symphony will play a subsequent span of concerts, “Dreams and Daydreams,” on Sunday, Nov. 9, during 4 p.m. during Round Hill Community Church, 395 Round Hill Road, and on Monday, Nov. 10, during 7:30 p.m. during a Bruce Museum. The module will underline Susan Rotholz, principal flutist of a Greenwich Symphony, and principal keyboardist Andrew Gordon. They will play a Flute Sonata, Op. 77 by Joseph Jongen. Rotholz will also join a fibre players in Prokofiev’s String Quartet No. 1 in B prosaic minor, Op. 50. Also on a module are Notturno for Piano and String Trio in G major, by Franz Schubert, and Nocturne and Scherzo for Flute and String Quartet, by Arthur Foote. Tickets are $30 for adults, $5 for students, accessible during a door. Call 203-637-4725 or revisit www.greenwichsym.org/chamberplayers.

Exchange skeleton annual benefaction fair

The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work will horde a annual benefaction satisfactory Wednesday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during a Round Hill Club, 33 Round Hill Club Road. Artisans will denote their crafts, including creation handmade dolls, hand-crafted china jewelry, hand-knit Christmas sweaters, stockings and hats. Thirty-five exhibitors will showcase gifts, jewelry, wardrobe and accessories for men, women and children. Also charity are toys, home accessories, Christmas and holiday decorations and epicurean food, and hand-crafted wardrobe and gifts. Luncheon will be accessible from noon to 2 p.m. Free admission. For some-more information, call 203-869-0229.

Greenwich Restaurant Week set

Greenwich Restaurant Week will take place from Wednesday, Nov. 12, by Wednesday, Nov. 19, with 35 Greenwich restaurants charity dining specials. Special events will take place during participating restaurants via a week, including booze tastings, corporate dinners, cocktail parties and menu tastings. The opening night kick-off celebration will take place Nov. 12 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. during Miller Motorcars Ferrari Maserati Showroom, 342 W. Putnam Ave. Participating restaurants embody Applausi, Beach House Cafe, Bella Nonna, Bistro Latino, Bistro Versailles Patisserie, Blackstones, Bobby Q’s, Char Restaurant, Coast Seafood Restaurant, Crew, Douro Restaurant, Eatalian, Elm Street Oyster House, Famous Greek Kitchen, Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse, Gingerman, Golden View Firenze, Harvest, Le Penguin and l’Escale. Also, Leafline Salad Co., Little Luigis Pizza, Little Pub, Mark’s Quality Meats Gourmet Seafood, Mediterraneo, Morello Italian Bistro, Organic Planet, Polpo Restaurant and Saloon, Sweet Peas Baking Company, Tengda, Terra, The Cos Cobber, The Drawing Room, The Jhouse Restaurant and The Mumbai Times. Proceeds will go to a Transportation Association of Greenwich. For some-more information and tickets, revisit www.greenwichrestaurantweek.com.

Woman’s Club to reason holiday boutique

The Woman’s Club of Greenwich, 89 Maple Ave., will reason a holiday boutique Friday, Nov. 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The boutique will underline some-more than 35 vendors, visits from Santa, raffle prizes and Grandma’s Kitchen, that will offer baked products and other food equipment done members of a Woman’s Club. All deduction from a two-day eventuality advantage a club’s philanthropies and scholarships. For some-more information, email wcoginfo@aol.com.

Speaker to plead finance, investment insights

At Home in Greenwich invites a open to a speak by Julie Jason, award-winning Greenwich Time columnist and author who shares insights gained from a lifelong career in income government and law, on Friday, Nov. 14 during 10 a.m., in Fletcher Hall, Second Congregational Church, 139 East Putnam Ave. Jason has destined Jackson, Grant’s resources government use given first a organisation some-more than 20 years ago. A proponent of financial literacy, she shares her investment insights by her award-winning books and column. Bring your questions. To attend this giveaway event, register with At Home in Greenwich during 203-422-2342. For some-more information, revisit www.athomeingreenwich.org.

Old Timers annual awards dinner

The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association will reason a 54th annual Sports Awards Dinner on Friday, Nov. 14, during 6 p.m. during a Hyatt Regency Greenwich. This year’s inhabitant honorees are Bucky Dent and Jeff Feagles. Local honorees are Peter Carino, William “Willie” Clifford, Garry Higgins and Brian Kennedy, who have assisted a immature group and women in a village grow and mature by their appearance in athletics. The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association supports and contributes to girl sports and programs that use competition to enlarge their services. Monies lifted from a Sports Awards Dinner will assistance account particular scholarships and yield vicious financial support to concede internal children to attend in jaunty programs. For tickets and some-more information hit Jim Loughran during 203-223-0485 or jlock1@optonline.net, or hit Mary Gabriel during 203-496-9229 or mgabriel@griffitheharris.com. To learn some-more about a Greenwich Old Timers, revisit www.greenwicholdtimers.org.

Fair Trade Show during St. Catherine

The Social Justice Committee of St. Catherine of Siena Church, 4 Riverside Ave., is sponsoring a annual Fair Trade Show on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and Sunday. Nov. 16, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a Lucey Church Hall. The equipment for sale are produces by people in building countries, and all income lifted directly advantages a workman and rancher producers to assistance lift people out of misery and to urge peculiarity of life one family during a time. No child labor is used, and a products are all fair-traded. This year’s equipment will embody spices, soups, teas, coffees, chocolate, scarves, jewelry, ornaments for a Christmas deteriorate and benefaction items. This shipment module is run by a partnership between Catholic Relief Services and SERRV. For some-more information or to register, call 203-637-3661; email susanmenkhausjaffe@yahoo.com or revisit www.stcath.org.

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GHS cheerleaders conform show

GHS cheerleaders will reason a conform uncover and holiday boutique Sunday, Nov. 16, from 1 to 4 p.m. during Doral Arrowwood, 975 Anderson Hill Road, Rye Brook, N.Y.

Clothes will be modeled by Greenwich cheerleaders and football players. Tickets are $40 for adults, $15 for students. For some-more information and to RSVP, hit Deb Cunningham during greenwichcheerasst@gmail.com.

Talk on insanity during Arts Council

On Nov. 16 from 3 to 5 p.m., Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Ave., will horde ” Shining a Light on Dementia,” in and with a exhibit, “Donald Axleroad: A Retrospective.” The harangue and row contention led by gerontologist Dr. Stephen Jones, executive of Outpatient Medicine and a Center for Healthy Aging during Greenwich Hospital, will benefaction a basis of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias, and a services, therapies and resources accessible to support those with a diagnosis. Special concentration will be placed on a ability of art-making to support memory, kindle a mind and inspire communication, as evidenced in a work of Axleroad and his students. Program is free, though seating is singular and reservations are required; call 203-862-6750.

At Home to reason open meeting

At Home in Greenwich invites seniors to have coffee and try membership advantages and proffer opportunities with Executive Director Lise Jameson and members Monday, Nov. 17, during 11 a.m. in Fletcher Hall during Second Congregational Church, 139 E. Putnam Ave. Call 203-422-2342 if we would like to attend.

Learn about holiday business decoration

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce will reason a seminar, “Learn How To Decorate Your Business for a Holidays,” on Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. during McArdle’s Florist Garden Center, 48 Arch St. Fee is $10. The store’s decorating experts will share ideas and tips on decorating your business for a entrance holiday season. See ways to dress adult a store, apartment and entryway and learn how to supplement sophistication to a boardroom. To register, call 203-869-3500 or revisit greenwichchamber.com.

Scouts to reason annual breakfast fundraiser

On Saturday, Nov. 22, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., Boy Scout Troop 35 will horde a annual pancake breakfast and bake sale fundraiser during a Glenville Fire House, 266 Glenvillle Rd. Tickets cost $6; $5 for those underneath 7-years-old or over 65-years-old; $1 off for Scouts in uniform.. Buy tickets day of a event. For some-more information, call 203-531-0912.

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