FOR THE RECORD
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Special Bush exhibit
The Greenwich Historical Society has mounted a special exhibit devoted to George H.W. Bush, the 41st president, who spent his formative years in Greenwich. A collection of Bush memorabilia, including photos, news stories and event programs, are on display through Friday at the historical society’s museum gallery at 47 Strickland Road, Cos Cob. The special Bush exhibit is free and open to the public. Regular admission will be charged for the other historical society exhibits.
Free Friday Films
The longest-running film series in Greenwich continues on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. at the Greenwich Library, thanks to the Friends of the Greenwich Library. Films are free, and doors to the Cole Auditorium open at 7:10 p.m. The lineup includes “A Quiet Passion” on Dec. 7; “Maudie” on Dec. 14; no film on Dec. 21 and Dec. 28; “Wonderstruck” on Jan. 4; “The B-Side: Elsa Dorman’s Portrait Photography” on Jan. 11; “Paterno” on Jan. 18; “California Typewriter” on Jan. 25; “Act of Violence” on Feb. 1; “Marshall” on Feb. 8; “Brad’s Status” on Feb. 15; “Leaning Into The Wind” on Feb. 22; “The Big Sick” on March 1; “A Matter of Life and Death” on March 8; “First Reformed” on March 15; “Dawson City: Frozen Time” and March 22; “Red Desert” on March 29; “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” on April 5; “The Post” on April 12; no film on April 19; “The Florida Project: on April 26; “Spettacolo” on May 3; “Dunkirk” on May 10; “Tyrus” on May 17; no film on May 24 and May 31; “I, Tonya” on June 7; “Le Bonheur” on June 14; “The Founder” on June 21; and “8 ½” on June 28.
Prime rib supper
If your love our Remember Manero's Night you will love Prime Rib Supper Club even more at 6:30 p.m. Friday. The St. Lawrence Club, 86 Valley Road, Cos Cob, is offering a mouthwatering
A new exhibit at the Bruce Museum introduces visitors to the hobby and profession of plant collecting around the turn of the 19th century. “Pressed for Time: Botanical Collecting as Genteel Pastime or Scientific Pursuit?” includes the Resurrection Fern, found in the Royal State Reservation, Fla., in 1944. Collected by Paul G. Howes.