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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

07/06/11 Greenwich High School Auditorium Work Reroutes Traffic

The Greenwich High School music instruction space and auditorium project, now underway, will alter traffic patterns near the school this summer.

07/06/11 Stephanie Seymour calls cops in July 4 blowout

It seems former supermodel Stefanie Seymour’s family ended their Independence Day festivities with a different kind of fireworks.

On July 4, Seymour called police after a dispute with her 18-year-old son, Peter Brant Jr.

When police responded, they were told Seymour and her son had argued because “the son was going to visit with the mom, and the mom canceled.”

Greenwich police characterized the dispute, which Seymour’s husband, Peter Brant Sr., witnessed, as “all civil in nature,” according to the article.

Last year Seymour and Brant ended a bitter divorce battle with a surprise decision to withdraw their divorce action in state Superior Court in Middletown.

07/06/11 Join Temple Sholom on July 15 for Israel Themed Dinner with AIPAC Speaker


Join us in support of Israel on July 15th, 2011

at Temple Sholom's Annual AIPAC Shabbat

Services and Dinner.

Don't wait! RSVP deadline is July 11th!

aipac dinner

Click here to RSVP directly to Alice Schoen.


Temple Sholom | 300 East Putnam Avenue | Greenwich | CT | 06830

07/06/11 Town Of Greenwich Press Release

STEVE D’AGOSTINO TO PERFORM AT ROGER SHERMAN BALDWIN PARK

The Department of Parks and Recreation announces that Steve D’Agostino will be performing at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on Wednesday, July 20 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM. The rain date will be on Thursday, July 21.

Steve D’Agostino has been performing for more than 20 years the songs from The Great American Songbook with an emphasis on the era from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and Tony Bennett. Steve began his musical training quite young. At the age of 8 he studied guitar and jazz guitar with Tony Perone and Sal Salvador. By the age of 14 Steve was playing guitar with the University of Bridgeport Big Band called Collage under the direction of Gary Riggerio.

Singing began at the age of 16 with his first band called Finesse back in the early 80’s where Steve transitioned from playing guitar to vocalists. Steve’s smooth phrasing on ballads and swinging style has taken him from coast to coast performing in Las Vegas at the Paris Casino Hotel to Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Ct.

Steve maintains the tradition of this music today adding his own flair without impersonating any of the great artists that came before him. Many say that he sounds like a cross between Sinatra and Darin.

Now is your chance to see this great performer in your own backyard in Greenwich.

Bring your family, a blanket, and a picnic dinner and enjoy a wonderful night of music under the stars.

For weather cancelation information please call 203-618-7650 after 4pm.

Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is located on Arch St. Next to the Island Beach Ferry Dock.

For more information please visit our website at www.greenwichct.org, or call 203-618-7649.

Other Wednesday night performances are:

July 27 – Gunsmoke - Country

August 3 – Octopuses Garden – Beatles tribute

August 10 – The Bearcats - Jazz

07/06/11 Greenwich Department Of Recreation: BATS group photo at Terrace Club

Here is a picture for the Wed Night concert on July 13.

Any help is much obliged.

Thanks

Frank Gabriele
Greenwich Department Of Recreation

Left to right:
Billy Frenz, Bob Carlson, Mark Wissing, Rocky Fidelibus, John Caminiti,
Bill Losier, Billy Foster, John Serio, Scott Harper, Brian Curley.

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