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To have your event included, submit a description, date, time, price and contact information. Drop us an email about your latest goings-on at [email protected] The series is made possible by contributions from Friends of Greenwich Library. Register online at or call 203-622-6883 for assistance. Recommended for families with children younger than 10, the school-holiday program will feature art projects and live performances designed to put in perspective Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and teachings. 9-19, while the Museum’s Arcade and Love galleries are closed for installation. The program is held in conjunction with the current exhibit at the Historical Society on the Jewish experience in Greenwich. “People and Places” exhibit June Greenspan, an award-winning photographer who specializes in portrait imagery, will be featured through Jan.

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Tickets range from $20-25 and can be purchased online at Swim-A-Thon The Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich will hold its 13th annual Swim-A-Thon from 8 to 11 a.m. The art will be juxtaposed with Soviet-era artifacts from the space race and atomic era. 27 through May 20 at the Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Dr.

Hot Art in a Cold War “Hot Art in a Cold War: Intersections of Art and Science in the Soviet Era” will spotlight the development of 20th-century Soviet nuclear weaponry, space travel and kinetics through Soviet artworks from the Zimmerli Museum of Art’s Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art. The Greenwich Choral Society is presented in partnership with the Ashforth Children’s Concert Series of Greenwich Library. Photo exhibit of Route 66 Greenwich Art Society members Mike and Sally Harris are showing a selection of their photographs of “Route 66 — a photographic journey” at the YWCA of Greenwich, 259 E.

Tickets: carte blanche members, free; members, $7; students and seniors, $9; nonmembers $12.

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The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. For more information, call the Bruce Museum at 203-869-0376 or visit National hot tea month The Cos Cob Library will hold its annual celebration of National Hot Tea Month with a return visit by Betty Johnson from the Bigelow Tea Company from 11 a.m.

Donny Mc Caslin and Jason Linder Greenwich Library’s Peterson Concert Series will host saxophonist Donny Mc Caslin and keyboard player Jason Linder at p.m. Donny Mc Caslin and Jason Linder comprise half of the Donny Mc Caslin Quartet, the ensemble that backed David Bowie on his final album, “Blackstar.” The Peterson Concert Series is open to all at no charge. For more information, contact Peterson music librarian David Waring at [email protected] call 203-622-7917.

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Cooking with shellfish Learn how to harvest and prepare shellfish from Greenwich waters at the “Cooking with Shellfish” event from to 4 p.m. 7 at the Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park.

At 2 p.m., members of the Greenwich Shellfish Commission will provide updates about recent projects related to the Sound and answer questions about recreational shellfishing in local waters. Friday art feature movie season with “Florence Foster Jenkins” Jan.

The program is free and no advanced registration is required. The free showcase will include a Mitzvah Project Fair component to educate bar/bat mitzvah families about available community service projects both locally and abroad. Bariatric surgery seminar set Greenwich Hospital is holding a bariatric surgery seminar from 5 to 6 p.m. For information, contact Kent Nielsen, 203-918-6051 or email [email protected] The event will also include information on how survivors are being helped and what the general public can do to support both victims and law enforcement.