Atelier Constantin Popescu 403 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT06807 Founded by the principal bassist of the Greenwich Symphony in 1994, this studio offers a large selection of stringed…More instruments for purchase as well as consignment, appraisal, rentals, repair and restoration. Atelier is especially skillful at judging the tone of an instrument and all work is done by the master himself. The Atelier is located in the Cos Cob Plaza next to the Riverside School of Music.
Bible Street Playground Palmer St & Bible St, Cos Cob, CT06807 Bible Street Park is a neighborhood park within walking distance of Cos Cob School, Cos Cob Community Center and the…More Montgomery Pinetum.
Today, the park boasts athletic fields, two baseball diamonds, two tennis courts, a basketball court and a fenced playground. But, according to historians, the site once served a very different purpose.
Prior to 1930, the site was bisected by a pond and brook that, when dammed and frozen during the winter months, was used to make ice, later hauled out by horses. The town relocated and piped the brooks and streams upon purchasing the property.
A community center was built in 1956 and currently houses the Department of Parks & Recreation pre-school program.
Wideworld Children's Corner 521 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT06807 Wideworld Children's Corner, also known as Greenwich Kokusai Gakuen, is a bilingual Japanese-English pre-school for…More children aged two to five. In operation since 1997, the school is part of the JHC Foundation, a cultural organization that promotes early childhood and music education. For more information, visit the JHC Foundation website.
Riverside School of Music 403 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT06807 This school offers private string instrument and piano lessons for students of all ages and ability levels. The school's…More 14 instructors are some of the best performers and music educators in the area and owner Rodica Brune has paired up with Constantin Popescu to provide customers with a large selection of quality string instruments for rent and sale, most of which are imported from Europe. Repair, restoration service, consignment and appraisals are also available.
WyldLife is part of the Young Life network, a Christian non-denominational nonprofit, geared towards middle school…More students. The organization has a presence in more 800 communities around the world, including Greenwich.
WyldLife Club, a night of entertainment and discussion, meets on weeknights during the school year, and is open to all fifth through eighth-graders.
The group's faith-study and service program, Plugged In, meets monthly.
WyldLife also coordinates summer trips. Further information is available on the WyldLife of Greenwich website.