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Building a Vibrant & Welcoming Community

Community Partners of Greenville (CPOG) is a non-profit organization celebrating the essence of our local community with events like Greenville Day, the Summer Concert Series, and Arts Around Greenville.


Greenville Day has become a beloved annual tradition thanks to CPOG's volunteers, partnership with the Town of Greenville, and generous individual donors and corporate sponsors.

CPOG is also home to several sub-committees, like Greenville Beautification, leading initiatives to enrich the Greenville area community by bringing its residents together with fun activities, cultural events, and opportunities to gather for the greater good.

Join us - we've got big plans!


CPOG Board

Bill Von Atzingen, President & Board Member
Debra Danner, Vice President
Jessica Lewis, Secretary 
Nicole Mathisen, Co-Treasurer and Board Member
Barbara Walter, Co-Treasurer 
Will Bardel, Board Member
Rich Bear,
Board Member
Brian Mulligan, Board Member
Cathy Rini, Board Member
Don Teator, Board Member

Community Partners of Greenville (CPOG)is a non-profit organization that was originally formed as the Greenville Citizens Park Committee to assist with the development of Vanderbilt Park. CPOG is committed to the protection, preservation, and development of natural and historic resources in the Greenville area.

GPOG Meeting Schedule

CPOG holds its annual meeting in May. 

Regular meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7pm at the Greenville Library in the large community room. In summer months, usually starting in June, meetings are held outside in Vanderbilt Park; bring a chair and join us. 

Greenville Beautification Committee (GBC)

Ginny Mangold, Chairman
Renee Hamilton
Andrea Macko
Paul Macko
Debbie Von Atzingen
Barbara Walter

The Greenville Beautification Committee (GBC) is a non-partisan group made up of leaders and members from your local community. In partnership with the Town of Greenville and other community organizations, The Committee seeks to enhance Greenville spaces through various public initiatives.

Become a Member

Make a difference in the community and help us create beautiful spaces! Contact us to volunteer for future initiatives, or make a donation today. 


Arts Around Greenville Committee (AAG)

Natalie Boburka - Ringleader
Laura Garramone & Kathleen Fallon - Plein Air Group
Debra Teator - Greenville Library Arts Exhibit
Barbara Walter - Finance
Beth Stewart - Website

An Arts initiative brought to you by Community Partners of Greenville, devoted to bringing local folks together in celebration of the arts in our beautiful public spaces like Provost Hall, Veterans Park & Gazebo, George V. Vanderbilt Park, and Greenville Public Library. 

Our committee is dedicated to engaging community members of all ages in creative endeavors while offering opportunities for fun social connections.

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Member Benefits

Are you an artist, an art lover, or both? Join our welcoming group of artistic volunteers by becoming a member. Benefits include immersion in our local arts community, new friends, opportunities to show your art in public community spaces, invitation to monthly art salon, invitation to promote your art work on our social media outlets, entry to private Facebook group, member outings to art establishments & events, eligibility to participate in the Arts Around Greenville Studio Tour, Greenville Art in the Park, Monthly Art Salons, Plein Air Gatherings and quarterly art challenges. Our members can even schedule an artist talk, demonstration, presentation, or musical and theatre performances in public spaces like Prevost Hall, the Greenville Library Art Gallery, and the village Gazebo.  Contact us to learn more.

Our Creative Community

Greenville's local art scene is flourishing, and the number of artists in our community continues to grow. To stay informed on local arts activities and community creators & creativity, follow CPOG's social media.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram


Summer Concert Series



Live Music on Tuesdays

Stay tuned for 2024 concert dates

Tuesdays, 6:00  - 7:30pm


Just bring a lawn chair and enjoy!

  • Weekly 50 / 50

  • Church Street Catering Truck (weather permitting)


Check our Facebook page for the most up to date announcements HERE.

Tuesday evenings are magical and musical in July and August!

Bring a picnic and join your friends at the Gazebo in Veterans' Park on the corner of Routes 32 & 81. Follow us on social media for updates. 

Thanks to Our Music Sponsors

Sponsored by Community Partners of Greenville (CPOG)

The Town of Greenville and Stewart's Shops.

This project is made possible with funds from a Statewide Community Regrant and a mini Restart NY Regrant. Both are programs of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the NYS Legislature and administered in Greene County by the Greene County Council on the Arts dba CREATE Council on the Arts. 

Greenville Day


What's Greenville Day?

It's a FUN  FAMILY  two-day event in Greenville's beautiful Vanderbilt Park with a very important purpose - celebrating the community!  Greenville Day is organized by the Town of Greenville. Contact for information. 


CPOG supports this wonderful community event by providing volunteers and managing sponsorship donations which make the event more affordable for families. Contact for sponsorship opportunities prior to 8/31/2024. Donations are accepted any time.

All are welcome for family friendly activities including live music, dancing, carnival rides for children, carnival games, scrumptious food vendors, local arts & crafts vendors, local art, and more. 

Click the button below for a detailed schedule of Greenville Day events. For up to date Greenville Day information , follow the Town of Greenville's Facebook page. 

Friday & Saturday 

Stay tuned for 2024 dates (September)

Friday: 4pm - 7pm

Saturday: 9am - Dark (Fireworks!)



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