Experience Greenwich and Neighboring Counties: Week of April 2-9

Happy Easter weekend to everyone who celebrates! We hope you have a holiday filled with family, friends, and joy. 

Easter Egg Hunt at Greenwich Historical Society: April 2 10:00am-3:00pm

Greenwich Moms is hosting their annual "Easter Eggstravaganza" on a smaller scale this time. Bring your children to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for Easter eggs while listening to the DJ provided by Magical Memories. Please bring your own Easter basket and picnic blanket. You will have one minute to collect your eggs when you arrive. Chicken Joe's Food Truck will be on site. Make sure to get a take-home gardening kit from Sam Bridges and a take-home cookie decorating kits from Black Forest Bakery. 

The event is at the Greenwich Historical Society, 47 Strickland Road. For more information and pricing, click here.

Choral-Orchestral Concert at First Presbyterian Church: April 2 at 7pm

Enjoy a relaxing night of classical music. The First Presbyterian Church Choir and Chamber Orchestra, led by Minister of Music Rachel Atcheson will perform Gabriel Fauré’s “Requiem.” The program takes place in the Sanctuary. For more information and to RSVP, click here.

Greenwich Newcomer's Club Walking Group at Tod's Point: April 3 at 11:00am

The Greenwich Newcomers Club's Walking Group will be meeting at Tod's Point. The club is a great way to meet new friends and participate in community events. Meet at the first concession stand at Tod’s Point. Dogs can come if they are on a leash. The walk is 45 minutes. For more information and to register, click here.

Greenwich Library Virtual Young Adult Cooking Class (No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Bars): April 8 from 5-6:30pm

Wish your child would cook for you more often? Want to help them master this important skill? Sign them up for the Greenwich Library's young adult cooking classes. On April 8, they will be making something fun: no bake chocolate cheesecake bars. For more information and to sign up, click here. Greenwich Library has a full calendar of virtual April events to check out here. April is national poetry month so it's a great time to look into the library's poetry events and discover some new writers.  

New York City:

Take In A New Light And Sound Show At Union Square!

Blindness, a new Off Broadway performance is set to take over the Daryl Roth Theater in Union Square starting April 2. The socially-distanced sound and light experience will feature "state of the art design that unveils the gripping story of a world changed forever, reminding us that from the darkness, we will all emerge stronger." Buy tickets here.

Buy Tickets Now for June's Tribeca Film Festival

Robert De Niro and co.’s Tribeca Film Festival has long shown a spotlight on local indie features, documentaries, foreign films, the latest from big-name talent and the greatest from up-and-coming filmmakers. Time Out New York has your complete one-stop-shopping guide to this year’s festival: must-see picks, showtimes, ticket info, a list of nearby bars and restaurants and oh-so-much more. Buy tickets here