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Useful Links



Official Greenwich Town Website - www.greenwichct.org

This is the official Greenwich Web site. Use it to do business with the Town or to check out what's going on. Please take advantage of their online services where you will find useful information from Town Hall including:

Public Meeting Notices & Agenda
Forms Applications & Permits (including Beach/Tennis Permits)
Department Information


Anderson Guide to Enjoying Greenwich - www.greenwichguide.com



Greenwich Public Schools Website - www.greenwichschools.org

For all information about our Public Schools.  Find a school, see PTA information, district calendars, curriculum information, etc etc


Community Answers - www.greenwichunitedway.org/community-answers

Community Answers provides a free link to the Greenwich community, to the services available to them through private and public agencies, organizations and others. 


Greenwich Adult & Continuing Education - www.greenwichace.com

Greenwich Adult & Continuing Education has classes for many interests, including English as a Second Language and Citizenship.



Summer Camps


The list is long!!  There are many options run through the Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation. Check the website for details. You can also find a list of camps in Fairfield County at www.nymetroparents.com/fairfield  

A special mention for Camp Playland, who support the Newcomers Club through hosting and sponsoring some of our family events:

Camp Playland - With a beautiful 18 acre wooded campus with amazing facilities, visit  www.campplaylandofnewcanaan.com to learn more about their summer camp program. Door-to-door transportation provided from Greenwich for campers ages 3-14.  Call or e-mail with questions or to make an appointment for a private camp tour. 


Free (or nearly free) Summer Events


There is so much to do during the summer in Greenwich and the surrounding area. Check the Parks and Recreation section of the Greenwich town website for a listing of summer concerts and other special events. Downtown Stamford hosts many inexpensive outdoor summer concerts. Curtain Call in Stamford has free Shakespeare on the Green in July. If you're looking for something to do with the kids, go to Kidsoutandabout.com for a calendar of events.


Golf / Country Clubs

The Milbrook Club welcomes not only permanent residents but also the local Ex-Pat Community with special membership opportunities. Their website is www.milbrookclub.com. See link below for information about Ex-Pat memberships:


Student Employment Services - https://ghs-ses.org

Student Employment Service is an on-line job listing and referral service.  It is a community volunteer effort sponsored by Greenwich High School PTA, acting as a clearinghouse to bring together students seeking work and employers with jobs to fill based on information provided by each party. Advertise here for Babysitting, tutoring, yard work, etc



Greenwich Patch - http://patch.com/connecticut/greenwich

Check for local news, community listings, jobs, things to do.


Local Publications Listing

Greenwich Time Newspaper - 203-625-4400
Greenwich Magazine - 203-869-0009
Greenwich Citizen - 203-422-5230
Greenwich Post - 203-861-9191


Public Boat Clubs


Old Greenwich Yacht Club, visit www.ogyc.org or email questions to membership@ogyc.org.

Others - Greenwich Boat and Yacht Club www.gbyc.us (require member referrals to join)

Mianus River Boat Club http://www.mrbyc.com (require member referrals to join)

Byram Shore Boat Club - visit their Facebook page (membership requirements unknown)


Philanthropic Opportunities


The Women's Club of Greenwich - a 501c-3 organization focusing on social, educational and philanthropic endeavors in and around Greenwich. For more information about our club please refer to the website: http://womansclubofgreenwich.org or visit their Facebook page.

United Way Greenwich - www.unitedway-greenwich.com - We study the community and determine its greatest needs. We then assess what programs can meet those needs. If a solution exists we fund it. If it doesn’t we create it.

Sole Sisters - http://www.unitedsolesisters.org - As the Women's Initiative for the Greenwich United Way, the Sole Sisters take their role as community representatives very seriously... although a little fun never hurt anyone. A Sole Sister, first and foremost is dedicated to making a difference in the Greenwich community by taking the time to learn about the needs facing our town. Then, Sole Sisters help meet those needs by raising money through Sole Sisters' events to support the Greenwich United Way's efforts. And along the way, everyone has a good time.


Greenwich Chamber of Commerce - www.greenwichchamber.com

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit business organization, has been instrumental in fostering the success of the town’s nearly 4,000 businesses. The Chamber is an advocate for the interests of the business community, as well as for maintaining the town’s quality of life and its residential integrity. Its informative and educational programs and networking opportunities are open to all businesses and residents. (203) 869-3500


Parents Together - Facebook Page


Parents Together links parents of public and independent schools to address the issues that affect our children and community. Through its network of school liaisons and delegates, Parents Together has supported Greenwich parents for more than thirty years by providing free lectures, a comprehensive website and newsletters. Parents Together is a nonprofit organization in Greenwich, CT, and works in cooperation with the Parent Teacher Associations throughout town.


Greenwich Newcomers Club, PO Box 603, Riverside, CT, 06878

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