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April Events in Greenwich

Krissy Blake  |  April 2, 2024

April Events in Greenwich

Welcome to April in Greenwich!

I am excited to share with you some Greenwich community events to add fun to your April calendar! Looking forward to seeing you throughout the month!
Safe Roads Sundays at Greenwich Point Park
Every Sunday in April | 9:00am-12:30pm | Greenwich Point Park
Greenwich Restaurant Week
April 1st-7th | Greenwich Town Wide
Fairfield county’s most popular foodie event returns this spring! From new restaurants on the Avenue to exciting new take-away options, there’s even more to savor, celebrate and toast with family and friends. Enjoy special pre-fix offers for only one week! Restaurant week takes place Monday, April 1 through Sunday, April 7.
Opening Night Party on Tuesday, April 2nd, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, at the J House. Enjoy a culinary celebration featuring 40+ participating restaurants, bars and spirit/wine/beer brands. Savor curated bites from popular local restaurants. Endless creative cocktails and tastings. Mingle with top Greenwich chefs. There’s even more to feast, celebrate and toast with family and friends at this spring’s hottest culinary event of the season.
Back to the 80's! with Jessie's Girl
April 5th | 6:30pm-11:00pm | Greenwich Country Day School
Join Greenwich EMS as they go back to the 80s!
Music by the popular Back to The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl, the World’s Greatest Tribute to the music of the 80s. Make sure to wear your favorite 80s clothing.
Bruce Birthday Bash!
April 6th | 11:00am-3:00pm | Bruce Museum
Celebrate this milestone birthday with public workshops, hands-on activities, and a building-wide scavenger hunt.
The Museum is thrilled to celebrate their first birthday with community partners: go on a tree tour with the Greenwich Tree Conservancy, learn about eclipses with the Astronomical Society, create a historic quill pen with the Greenwich Historical Society, and more. Visit their workshops and meet the team of in-house educators who will be running STEAM activities.
Andy Warhol: Small is Beautiful Exhibit
April 9th | Bruce Museum
A leading figure of the Pop Art movement, Andy Warhol produced some of the most celebrated imagery of the twentieth century.
Organized thematically, Andy Warhol: small is beautiful provides an intimate look at the artist’s best-known subjects. Key works include an early iteration of Campbell’s Soup Can (1961) along with celebrated self-portraits and portraits of artists, friends, celebrities, and political figures including Joseph Beuys, Roy Lichtenstein, and Mao Zedong. The exhibition concludes with the Shadow Paintings, Oxidation Paintings, and Positive/Negative series, which reveal a late-career tendency toward abstraction and nonrepresentational subject matter. The minute scale of each of these works invites visitors to look more closely and to discover why small is beautiful.
This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Hall Art Foundation.
Alzheimer's Association 11th Annual Celebrating Hope Benefit
April 26th | 6:30pm | Delamar Greenwich Harbor
Join the Alzheimer’s Association for our 11th Annual Celebrating Hope Benefit as they highlight their impact in the community, celebrate a new era of treatment, and recognize those impacted by the disease.

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