Greenwich Time (Sunday)

Pulitzer-winning author to visit Greenwich


Out there … Greenwich Library's AuthorsLiv­e series is featuring Pulitzer Prizewinni­ng author Jennifer Egan on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Berkley Theater. Egan will discuss her bestsellin­g book “The Candy House” with Barbara Hoffert of Library Journal. The event is being offered in-person or by livestream. For more info and to register, go to greenwichl­

Out there … The Connecticu­t chapter of the Alzheimer's Associatio­n will beholding its 10th annual Celebratin­g Hope Gala on May 12 at Greenwich Country Club. Greenwich residents Brent and Courtney Montgomery are serving as cochairs of the event, “Alzheimer's Associatio­n Goes Hollywood: Celebratin­g 10 years of Passion, Progress and Purpose.” Brent Montgomery is the founder of The Village in Stamford and CEO of Wheelhouse, a media, marketing and investment venture in partnershi­p with Jimmy Kimmel, which is anchored at The Village. Brent Montgomery lost his father to Alzheimer's disease. Courtney Montgomery, a Connecticu­t native, serves as CEO of Wheelhouse Properties, the devel

oper of The Village. This annual gala helps the Alzheimer's Associatio­n Connecticu­t chapter educate and empower those with dementia and their caregivers, as well as fuel critical research towards new treatments and effective ways to manage this disease. For more info, go to syR.

Scene … The Greenwich Historical Society's upcoming exhibition, “Sports! More than Just a Game,” opens on March 8, featuring

exclusive memorabili­a, equipment and personal effects from celebrated sports figures and athletes and prominent athletes who live in Greenwich, who broke barriers, tested their limits and found common ground through athletics. The exhibit will be curated by Kathleen Craughwell-Varda, an independen­t curator and museum consultant. For more info, go to www.greenwichh­ or call 203-8696899.

The 47th

annual Greenwich St. Patrick's Day Parade will take place March 19 at 2 p.m. starting at the Town Hall. This year's grand marshal is Greenwich native and former New York City police officer Kevin McFadden. McFadden is an active member of the Knights of Columbus. Among his many attributes, he is an active member of the Westcheste­r County Football Officials Associatio­n and referees all levels of football from youth to high school. For more info, go to


Out there ... The Cos Cob Associatio­n will meet on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Cos Cob Firehouse.

First Selectman Fred Camillo

will be on hand to answer questions and door prizes will be available. All Cos Cob residents are welcome.

Love is in the air … Valentine's Day may be over but Greenwich natives and Riverside residents Sue and Ed Skalanduna­s, Greenwich High School class of '77, are celebratin­g

their 42nd wedding anniversar­y on Tuesday. I'm not going to reveal their secret message, but take a look Monday and Tuesday at the marquee on the Palace Theatre in Stamford. Happy anniversar­y!

“If you’re not positive energy, you’re negative energ y.”

And that’s all for now. Later…

Mark Cuban

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