Local History Buffs Invited to Event at Greenwich, N.Y. Library
Saturday, November 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Greenwich Free Library will be very interesting for anyone interested in Greenwich-Easton history. It will be a time to peruse old documents, see interesting maps and wonderful photographs of the area, past and present. It will also provide an opportunity to learn about the work that the Greenwich-Easton Historical Association has been doing to preserve our legacy for future generations. At 11 a.m., Barbara Rymph will tell us about the early history of the area. This is certain to be a fascinating and informative lecture. The Association has contributed much in furthering the preservation of this area’s past. For many years, programs for school children were offered, a Craft Day was held, the Historic District was established and, in conjunction with the State, a micro-filming project of the Greenwich Journal-Salem Press was initiated. This is still an on-going effort. Come help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Village of Greenwich Historic District, the 40th anniversary of the Greenwich-Easton Historical Association, and our rich history. Become a member while enjoying the event.