Honorees: Kim Augustine, Heidi Brake Smith, Vicki Craver, Jill Weiner, Cathy Dann, Lynn Hagerbrant, Wendy Stapleton Reyes, Laura Holland Geffs. Not pictured: Jenny Adams Baldock, Eileen Grasso
Muddy Up 5K Race and Family Walk – October 1, 2017
WHERE: Camp Simmons | 744 Lake Ave, Greenwich, CT
RACE STARTS: 9:00 AM
COST: $50 **Participants must be age 6 and up
Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich is proud to host its 6th Annual Muddy Up 5K Race & Family Walk! This exciting event is for runners and walkers of ALL AGES who enjoy a competitive 3.1-mile adventure on wooded trails with natural and man-made obstacles and plenty of MUD!
India Cultural Center of Greenwich Annual Gala – October 14, 2017
For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Margie French.
Clay Art Center at 60 – October 19, 2017
In 2017, Clay Art Center, a nationally recognized non-profit center for the advancement and practice of the ceramic arts in Port Chester, NY, is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a year long focus looking at the role of clay in the past, present, and future. Core exhibitions have explored the history of founding artists, past master artist’s series and culminates with the fall exhibit, title REINVENTED ( September 23 – November 11) which highlights the future of ceramic art and the cutting edge technologies that are pushing ceramic artists to take risks and explore new ways of creating. More info here.
Greenwich Hospital Glow Gala – October 21, 2017
Benefiting Oncology Services at Greenwich Hospital Honoring Philip McWhorter, MD with the 2017 President’s Award
Saturday, October 21, 2017 Greenwich Country Club · 19 Doubling Road, Greenwich, CT
6:30 pm, Cocktails, Silent and Wine Auctions
8:00 pm, Dinner, Event Program, Live Auction and Dancing
For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Breast Cancer Alliance Annual Luncheon & Fashion Show – October 26, 2017
Guest speaker: Amy Robach, ABC News
Fashion Show: Oscar De La Renta, Presented by Richards of Greenwich
26th Annual Benefit for The Inner-City Foundation – November 16, 2017
Join us at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich for our annual event!
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 203.416.13.63
17th Annual Scrabble Challenge – November 15, 2017
Join us at 6 p.m. at the Stamford Hilton for a night sure to give your brain a real workout!
This unique event brings together families, school groups and members of the business community for an evening of friendly competition. Attendees will enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, fantastic auction items and a raffle.
Teams are eligible to participate in three divisions: Corporate, Friends and Family and Schools. Teams (up to three players) are forming now. All proceeds will support Literacy Volunteers‘ English-language, literacy and education services offered to residents of Fairfield County.
Opening Night Greenwich Winter Antiques Show – December 1, 2017
7:00 – 9:00 pm Produced by Frank Gaglio, Inc. Eastern Greenwich Civic Center 90 Harding Road, Greenwich, CT Private Patron Party with Richard Keith Langham
Clay Art Center was founded in 1957 by Katherine Choy, a visionary 27-year old immigrant from Hong Kong, who left her assistant professorship in ceramics at Tulane University and moved to Port Chester to fulfill her dream of establishing a center for the advancement of ceramic arts. Read more…
There’s a whole lot of deliciousness growing at Versailles Farms in backcountry Greenwich. In fact, there’s so much fresh flavorful bounty, the local produce gracing the tables at several Greenwich country clubs is now available to the public at the Versailles Farms’ Summer Stand. Read more…
At Chelsea Piers, Nikki oversees a deli-style café, juice bar, a family style bar & grill, and three event areas: the roof-top terrace, the super cool The Loft which is booked every weekend with Bar Mitzvahs etc., and the 2,000-person capacity field house for corporate events. And don’t forget the summer camp for which Nikki Glekas Events prepares lunch for 500 boisterous campers each day. As if three major locations weren’t enough, Nikki also continues to cater home events. Read more…
The Contes’ work can be seen throughout luxury properties across lower Fairfield and Westchester counties – Read more about their work, from the rolling pastures of background to spectacular waterfront estates.
Karen’s key to the lush landscape is plantings that thrive in a seaside environment. Read about how she includes roses, hydrangeas, peonies, hostas, and grasses offset by Japanese pines, birch trees, and other large trees in her beautiful seaside garden.
Miriam Landsman always had an eye for beauty. Five decades later it’s still as vibrant as ever. While seven acres are cultivated, four have been left natural. Read more about Miriam’s love of flowers and gardening.