7th Annual Miles for a Mission Race and Dogapalooza – September 22, 2019
Sunday, September 22, 2019
8:45 AM – 11:00 AM
Dog activities begin at 9:15 AM
2810 Long Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06903
Miles for a Mission, 5K run/walk, sponsored by St. Francis Episcopal Church in Stamford to benefit CGC is on September 22 from 8:45am-11am. The event is a USATF certified course with chip timing. Dogs are welcome and will receive a ‘Miles for a Mission’ bandana. Following the run there will be a Dogapalooza featuring competitions for best trick, best in show, looks most like your dog and more. Dog activities begin at 9:15am.
Link for Tickets – HERE
Golf for S.E.L.F – September 23, 2019
Please join us Monday, September 23, 2019
Trump National Golf Club
100 Shadow Tree Lane
Briarcliff Manor, NY
Christine Lai & Ulrika Drinkall
For more information & to purchase tickets – Click Here
The Fearless Angel Project’s 5th Annual Gala “Dancing with the Angels” – September 28, 2019
BGCG’s 8th Annual Muddy Up 5K Run & Walk! September 29, 2019
Cristina Vittoria or call 203-869-3224, ext. 122
Tatiana Schlossberg, a former New York Times science writer, graduate of Yale University with a master’s from Oxford University, will discuss her groundbreaking work, Inconspicuous Consumption:The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have. A fascinating look at the way climate change and environmental pollution are intimately involved in our everyday life- in everything we use, buy, eat, wear, and how we get around – and have consequences that extend far beyond our lives.
Tickets are $150 – includes lunch and book
More Details to Follow! Visit their website HERE
Celebrity Chef Todd English
Fashion Show Presented By
Richards of Greenwich
Save the Date! FARE Connecticut Fall Luncheon – November 6, 2019
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich, CT
The 2019 FARE Connecticut Fall Luncheon will raise critical funds to support the 32 million Americans with food allergies through the work of FARE.
Get Tickets/Support This Event – Click Here
Save the Date! The Friends of Nathaniel Witherell Fall Luncheon – November 7, 2019
The Twenty-Eighth Annual Benefit Gala for The Inner-City Foundation for Charity & Education – November 9, 2019
Saturday, November 9, 2019
Hyatt Regency Greenwich
The Twenty-Eighth Annual Benefit Gala for The Inner-City Foundation for Charity & Education will be Saturday, November 9, at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich. The Bacon Brothers, a popular band started by the award-winning actor Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael, an Emmy-winning composer, will perform a rare intimate concert. The event begins with a cocktail reception at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner beginning at 7:30 pm.
The Inner-City Foundation provides support to programs and organizations helping the neediest children, families and individuals of Fairfield County. Their fall gala is their largest fundraiser of the year, and is the primary source of their funding. Since their inception in 1992 The Inner-City Foundation has granted more than $30 million to over 200 local Fairfield County organizations providing not only help but hope to our neediest neighbors, including programs and organizations providing education, food, shelter and help for addiction, domestic violence and more.
For tickets and more information, visit innercityfoundation.org
Save the Date! 15th Anniversary Gala – November 21, 2019
Amarpali. The name alone evokes visions of a home beyond the ordinary. Designed and built by renowned architect Dinya Wadia, Amarpali is palatial in size, exquisite in detail. It was at this magical estate on Lake Avenue in Greenwich that LOOK, in conjunction with the interior design store Eleish Van Breems Home, hosted the first of its Summer Design Forums. Read More…
Located in the private association of Rock Ridge near schools, restaurants, and world-class shopping. Sited high with spectacular sunsets. Better than new and turnkey from the inside out to the organic gardens…this Federal style home designed by Mac Patterson with columned front, side porticos, multiple French doors, flagstone terrace and extensive play spaces is rich in detail and quality. Read More…
At the end of a picturesque private association lane near the Babcock Preserve this five-bedroom, over 7,000-square-foot brick Georgian Colonial home affords the consummate Greenwich lifestyle. Many new updates were completed in the last few years to present a refreshing, progressive take on traditional design styles. Read More…
An updated Classic English Manor meticulously renovated by Sound Beach Partners and Designer Amy Hirsch and sited on gorgeous gated private property with 50 foot heated pool, cabana, mature gardens, and expansive stone terraces. This property is rich in detail and punctuated by Modern Chic interpretations of European history making it one of a kind opportunity.Read More…
This chic yet timeless stone-and-shingle home with its original origin dating back to the early 20th century is nestled in a serene and secure setting of lush greenery at the end of a private lane in Greenwich’s highly sought-after Rock Ridge Association, five minutes from town. It has been rejuvenated and expanded by architect-owner Richard Granoff to encompass approximately 6,000 square feet of sophisticated modern living spaces, five or six bedrooms, five and one-half baths, and a unique blend of traditional and contemporary design elements. Read More…
A Tiny House Resort in the Catskills
Have you ever watched the tiny house shows and wondered what it would be like to live in a delightful little home like that? Find out at Think Big—A Tiny House Resort in the Catskills, two hours from Greenwich. It’s a property with nine tiny houses (and more under development). This is an idyllic, four-season spot complete with adorable farm animals, a pool, river, and waterfall. There’s also Wi-Fi, Netflix, air-conditioning, heat, and fully working bathrooms. File under #glamping.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in Orlando has thrill rides and some experiences based on the stories, but at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London–The Making of Harry Potter you can walk in the Great Hall, cross the Hogwarts’ bridge, bow to Buckbeak, push a cart on Platform 9 ¾, board the Knight Bus, enter 4 Privet Drive, step into Bellatrix Lestrange’s vault at Gringotts, and so much more. Read More…
Ignore Brexit and hop across the pond to be amazed by the world’s largest flower show, see the Sox and the Yanks play, catch Babs or Celine in Hyde Park, sleep in the former Scotland Yard (soon to be a hot new ultra-luxury hotel), or check out the new roof on Wimbledon’s No. 1 Court. Read on for some noteworthy upcoming events, exhibitions, and hotel openings. Read More…
Portugal’s visitor numbers have spiked to record highs as people discover its trendy city neighborhoods and remote windswept islands, museums and music, wine and beaches. The entry point to one of the hottest countries in the world now to visit is usually Lisbon, so here are some suggestions for how to spend three days in this beautiful capital city. Read More…
The Grand Canyon at 100
The only one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World in the U.S., the Grand Canyon celebrated its 100th anniversary as a national park in February. Of course it’s much older than that. There’s controversy about how old exactly, but the park states that it “preserves an iconic geologic landscape and resources ranging from 1,840 to 270 million years old.” Human history there can be dated back more than 10,000 years. Read More…
Deborah Goodrich Royce
A Life Told in (Incredible) Chapters
Actress. Film story editor. Author. Preservationist. Philanthropist. Mother. Grandmother. It’s been an extraordinarily interesting journey. “My life has had so many episodes that it would have to be a series,” says Deborah Goodrich Royce. “Each chapter has been the right chapter for the age at which it occurred.” And now, with the publication of her first novel—Finding Mrs. Ford—Deborah’s embarking on another adventure…Read More…
Secure in Her Voice
Hagar Hajjar Chemali, Founder & Chief Executive, Greenwich Media Strategists, LLC
Face of Hobbs London Fashion
If Hagar Hajjar Chemali looks familiar, it could be because you’ve seen her all across the TV news spectrum—MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, BBC, Bloomberg, and Cheddar all seek Hagar for her expert insights on national security and counter-illicit finance. So how did this Greenwich native go from the halls of Greenwich Academy to the Oval Office to being broadcast across the air waves?…Read More…
Faces of Philanthropy: Nina Lindia
Pitch Your Peers: Stop Apologizing, Start Pitching!
Nina Lindia lights up a room. As one of the co-founders of Pitch Your Peers (PYP) – a women’s grant making organization-she makes hearts light up across Greenwich. Her vision is enthusiastic, her goals are major: today Greenwich, tomorrow the country. It was 2015. Nina was 35 and the mother of two very little ones when she had the kernel of an idea: to launch a women’s giving collective that is run like a boardroom. Think of it as a sort of Shark Tank for charity…Read More…
“Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together,” Vincent Van Gogh. It was just the other day that I had an inspiring conversation with a good friend. Like most of my conversations, they usually consist of something fitness related. (Deep down I think we are all a little fitness obsessed.) This friend had just turned a corner in her health and fitness regimen. She eliminated her cravings to eat at night. She feels great! To be honest this achievement doesn’t come easily. Read More…
The Woman Who is Going to Save the World…Before It’s Too Late!
“My favorite age is right now,” Kirsten Dunst. Let me preface… I live by a philosophy, that I can be strong and sexy at any age, and whatever it takes, I am determined to make that happen. Certainly, we cannot freeze time but we can continue to change our lifestyle choices to stay healthy and happy. Read More…