Town of Greenwich Celebrates

Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce the annual Tree Lighting as a virtual event on Friday, Dec 3 @ 4:45 p.m. due to concerns about the spread of COVID. This festive event will transform Greenwich into a holiday winter wonderland. To take part in this virtual event, please JOIN AT 4:45PM, then click a link below to watch on Zoom, Facebook, or YouTube. You may also watch in person, but you are encouraged to attend virtually this year. 



Calling all Greenwich Residents!

Show your holiday spirit using the Hashtag #TOGcelebrates or you may email your photo to for a chance to win a holiday prize package. Entries must be submitted by Wed, Dec. 15 to be eligible for the prize. A winner will be announced Tue, Dec. 21.

Sustainable Holiday Shopping at the Greenwich Botanical Center

Stop by the Greenwich Botanical Center on Sat. Dec. 4 for some holiday shopping and the Homemade Holidays and Sustainable Shopping With Santa event. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and showcase local vendors and artisans. There will be a sustainable wrapping station to ease the holiday burden and environmental footprint of wrapping.

Caffè Bon will be there in the morning with coffee and breakfast, and Glenville Photo will be on-site to capture family photographs and even help with holiday cards. Santa will also make an appearance. The Greenwich Botanical Center is located at 130 Bible St. in Cos Cob. Vaccinated attendees are not required to wear a mask.


Thanksgiving Feast at Greenwich Boys & Girls Club

Greenwich police officer Andrew Mitchell hands out pieces of pie to kids during the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich’s special Thanksgiving dinner for over 300 club members in Greenwich, Conn., on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. The kids taking part in the dinner were served buffet style with everyone lining up and getting served by members of the staff and prominent people like First Selectman Fred Camillo and Fire Chief Joe McHugh among others.

A Thanksgiving tradition returned in full force Tuesday as an in-person holiday dinner with all the trimmings was dished up at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich. More than 200 club kids met at the Horseneck Lane headquarters to feast on a buffet that included turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, rolls, vegetables, and a choice of pumpkin or apple pie.

Last year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the club handed out to-go meals to members drive-thru style. But with the return to the popular format Tuesday night, everyone was in the mood to celebrate.

Don Palmer, the club’s vice president of programs and youth development, said last year the club’s Thanksgiving take-home dinner event attracted 90 kids; with the return to indoors, nearly 230 were in place. “The club is back and it is rolling,” Palmer said in a pre-dinner address to the volunteers and board members taking part in the event. “The parents are happy and the kids are safe.”

The club had several notable servers, including Chief of Police James Heavey, Fire Chief Joseph McHugh, Greenwich High School principal Ralph Mayo, Greenwich Country Day Head of the Upper School Chris Winters, Greenwich United Way CEO David Rabin and town Director of Parks and Recreation Joe Siciliano. Former club CEO Bobby Walker Jr., who left last year to take a position at Greenwich Academy, returned to help.

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Christian Perry Talks Dancing with the Stars on 100.7 WHUD Radio

Christian Perry on Dancing with the Stars

Fun Fact: Greenwich resident and Sotheby’s real estate agent, Christian Perry, is a national award-winning dance professional and worked on the hit ABC series, Dancing with the Stars, for 13 seasons! The show is now in its 30th season, click the link below to hear part of Christian’s recent interview with the Mike & Kacey morning show on 100.7 WHUD.

Another Greenwich resident was also on the show for many seasons, listen to find out who it is!

Listen to the Interview on YouTube!

A New Home for the Holidays!

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This in-town colonial in the North Street School district is perfect for today’s lifestyle. 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths. Great layout. Perfect for entertaining friends and family. Gourmet kitchen. Open floor plan in Kitchen/Family Room. Finished lower level with office space that has a separate entrance. It’s close to the train, town, shopping.

This house is wired for surround sound and has a fenced-in front and rear yard. It is currently unfurnished and ready for your family to move in before the holidays. Click here to learn more about this Greenwich lease listing!