The Greenwich Civic Center was acquired by the town in 1966 and serves Old Greenwich and Riverside.
With its…More large banquet rooms, auditorium and gym, the building is often rented for family and social functions. It also serves as the meeting place for Weight Watchers, Bridges Nursery School, Old Greenwich Art Society Painters and Greenwich Parkinson Support group.
The outside area has two lighted tennis courts, a ballfield and a playground with picnic area. Tomac creek runs behind the playground, and it's a rare day when the fields are dry. Contact director Billie Schock for rental fees and availability.
Children's Day School 449 Pemberwick Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Children's Day School began in 1947 as the Christian Day School and was renamed upon expansion in 2002. The school now…More includes a second campus at 8 Riverside Avenue in Riverside. CDS provides affordable early childcare for Greenwich families. There are educational play-based programs for six-week to six-year olds.
Elite Health Services 1445 E Putnam Ave 2nd Fl, Old Greenwich, CT06870 Specializing in rehabilitation training and massage, Elite Health Services provides physical therapy services to…More Greenwich-area clients. Its professionals can visit a client's home or office, or clients can make use of its 5,800-square-foot facility in Old Town Greenwich. Additional services include personal training and golf performance, and the practice also runs a number of health-related community programs for schools and adults.
Glenville Child Care 33 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Glenville Child Care is a preschool within Glenville Elementary School in Greenwich that accepts kids who are four years…More old or older and holds about 60 students. The school is well known for its child care services.
North Greenwich Nursery School 606 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 The North Greenwich Nursery School, located adjacent to the North Greenwich Congregational Church, serves two, three and…More four year-old children. Programs are available from three to five days a week, depending on the child's age. All children are eligible for an extended day enrichment session, which includes lunch with their peers and activities in science, cooking and art. The overall curriculum includes socialization, science, math, creative arts and fine motor skill development. The school is led by five head teachers, with a combined 40 years of teaching experience.
Christ Church Nursery School 254 E Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT06830 Established in 1960, Christ Church Nursery School is as a non-sectarian, non-profit, outreach of Christ Church…More Greenwich. The program is designed to deepen children's understanding of spiritual kindness and grow as independent thinkers. There are programs for two, three and four-year-olds, plus a pre-K program.
The Presbyterian Church of Old Greenwich is a parish of about 150 people. Sunday worship is held at 9:30am, and a…More special healing service meets on the second Sunday of the month, check the Church's Web page for exact time and date. Worship is held every Sunday morning at 9:30am.
The youth ministry provides a number of activities for middle school and high school students, and the church's children's ministry caters to children through 5th grade. Pre-school moms are invited to participate in the MOPS program, which meets twice monthly. Programs, special events, and learning opportunities for the adults of the congregation take place throughout the year.
The Greenwich Country Day School was founded in 1926 by two mothers, and today is a private school that enrolls more…More than 800 students in the surrounding communities. I has a lower school (nursery to 3rd grades), a middle school (4th to 6th grades) and an upper school (7th to 9th grades). There is also a pre-K program.
The school is housed in a series of single-story buildings with covered walkways. It believes in engaging its students in academics, public speaking, technological literacy, athletics and community service. Financial aid and scholarships are available.