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by WAG
by WAG

Spruced-up Cos Cob campus to debut

A view of the newly reimagined Toby’s Tavern, left, and Storehouse, right, on the grounds of the Greenwich Historical Society campus in Cos Cob. Rendering by David Scott Parker Architects. Courtesy Greenwich Historical Society.
A view of the newly reimagined Toby’s Tavern, left, and Storehouse, right, on the grounds of the Greenwich Historical Society campus in Cos Cob. Rendering by David Scott Parker Architects. Courtesy Greenwich Historical Society.

There will be a feature in our October print issue, but we also wanted to give a gentle reminder about a big reveal soon to take place in Cos Cob.

Back in our garden-themed May issue, we shared how the Bush-Holley Historic Site in Cos Cob – the Strickland Road headquarters of the Greenwich Historical Society – was in the midst of a massive campaign to reinvent its campus.

Now, the site synonymous with the Cos Cob art colony and the birth of American Impressionism is ready for its official unveiling, with activities planned for Oct. 6 and 7.

For more, visit greenwichhistory.org.

– Mary Shustack