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PJs & Pizza, Kids in Sports, Junie B. Jones and Oysters — All In Greenwich This Weekend

The weekend is here and there's plenty to do in Greenwich.

Temple Sholom's PJs, Pizza and Shabbat. Contributed photo.
Temple Sholom's PJs, Pizza and Shabbat. Contributed photo.

The first full week of 2014 is about to come to a close. And here is a glimpse at some fun and family events happening around Greenwich this weekend. For a complete listing of events, please check the calendar.

PJs, Pizza and Shabbat

Come in your PJs and celebrate Shabbat with ruach (spirit), singing, and dancing, followed by a delicious pizza dinner. The program will be led by Temple Sholom's energetic music specialists, Sarah Fradkin and Adam Feder at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 10. For ages birth to second-grade.

Tu b'Shevat seder and dinner

Greenwich Reform Synagogue will host a Tu b'Shevat seder and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church (200 Riverside Ave. in Riverside) to celebrate the re-birth of spring with a special family friendly dinner.

Father's Forum: Sports Parenting

The Greenwich Fathers Forum will host sports psychologist and WFAN radio host Rick Wolff who will discuss all aspects of sports for children at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11 at the Greenwich YMCA, 50 E. Putnam Ave.

Junie B. Jones is coming to Greenwich!

A musical program based upon the Junie B. Jones children's book series will be presented at the Greenwich Academy Massey Theatre at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11. It'll be performed by Theatreworks USA.

Sunday Afternoon Lecture Series: History of Oyster Fishing on Long Island Sound

The Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commissioner Roger Bowgen, Walter Adler, Susie Baker, Dr. Frank Cantelmo, Lucy Jinishian, Daniel Barrett, and members of the Greenwich Health Department, join the Bruce Museum for a panel discussion exploring the past, present and future of the Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission. The lecture is at 2 p.m. at the museum.



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