Surely this is the month we will begin to see the crocuses pushing up from under the snow and ice. Time then to think of happy days ahead. Those of you who have signed on to the GPW Facebook page, already know some of the latest good news from our president, Deb Weir:
Mirella Hajjar has graciously offered to open her lovely home in the Backcountry of Greenwich for our 60th anniversary on Wednesday, May 27th. She has plenty of parking so that each member can bring a guest. Who will YOU bring?”
In other news, GPW member Mirella Hajjar is the curator of the Round Hill Community Church exhibit, “Icons of the Civil Rights Movement. The exhibit in the Les Beaux Arts Gallery, in recognition of Black History Month, began in February and is running through March, 31st. The exhibit presents both a written and a visual history honoring many who struggled for equality and freedom and many who sacrificed in the cause with their lives. The show features paintings by Pamela Chatterton-Purdy. Each of the thirty icons includes a written historical description by the Rev. David Purdy, the artist’s husband.
The address for the exhibit is 395 Round Hill Road, Greenwich. The hours are Sunday, 11 am-noon and Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm.
Click here to listen to Anita Keire's interview about this exhibit with Darby Cartun on the "Darby and Friends" radio program on WGCH: 01/28/15 interview: http://www.wgch.com