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UPCOMING EVENTS

Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Fall Benefit “BGCG University” – September 14, 2018

6:30 – 11:00pm at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich

Click here for ticket information or contact Anne Bradner at abradner@bgcg.org or 203-869-3224 ext. 122 for information.

Co-Chairs Kate Clark and Ginge Cabrera
Décor Chairs – Graham Veysey and Meredith Shames

Wall Street Challenge – September 15, 2018

Benefitting OCRFA

Saturday September 15th 2018 • 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Field Club of Greenwich, 276 Lake Avenue, Greenwich, CT
 
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The Fearless Angel Project 4th Annual Luncheon – September 26, 2018

The Fearless Angel Project 4th Annual Luncheon brings awareness to countless of families in Fairfield and Westchester Counties who are challenged by the economic struggle of raising a child on the autism spectrum. The luncheon will be held at The Greenwich Country Club on Wednesday, September 26th at 11:00 am and will feature original lifestyle vendors who will donate a generous percentage of sales to TFAP. The event will feature a three course luncheon, special guest speaker and conclude with awarding several therapeutic/biomedical scholarships for families who are raising a child diagnosed with a developmental disorder and/or autism.

Purchase tickets here!

Community Centers, Inc. Luncheon “Country Houses The Architecture of Mark Finlay”- September 20, 2018

Location: Belle Haven Club

For more information email Tara Blanchard

India Cultural Center 6th Annual Gala Benefit – October 13, 2018

 

SAVE THE DATE: Invitation & Ticket Info to Follow
Contact Margie French for ticket information.

Inner City Foundation Dine & Dance – October 27, 2018

SAVE THE DATE: Invitation & Ticket Info to Follow

Visit innercityfoundation.org

BREAST CANCER ALLIANCE Annual Luncheon & Fashion Show – October 30, 2018

Raffle | Silent Auction | Live Auction | Fashion Show

Time: 11am – 2pm

Location: Hyatt Regency Greenwich

Purchase tickets here!

FARE Connecticut Fall Luncheon – November 7, 2018

11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich, CT

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Co-Chairs: Hillary Carter, Sophie Dowling, Julie Karish, Katie Rogers
Honoree: Jocelyn Walls 

 

Avon Theatre 2019 Red Carpet Gala “Adventure on the High Seas” – February 2, 2019

Join us as we celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Avon Theatre on Saturday, February 2 at the Delamar Greenwich Harbor from 6:30-11:30 PM.

Contact Louisa Greene for ticket information at 203.661.0321

The Avon Oscar-Night Party will be held on Sunday, February 24.  

Co-chairs: Jenny Clark, Berdie Brady, Carol Cohen, Judith Wertheimer, and Mary Ann Henry

LIFESTYLE

Belly and Body: Functional Boxing in Old Greenwich

When you walk into new fitness studio, Belly and Body, and are welcomed by trainer/instructor Jonathan Edmond, you immediately know this guy has something special to offer.  Jonathan and business partner, James Perry, met ten years ago when Jonathan became James’ trainer.  Both had the vision to open a studio and wanted to develop their passion for fitness and the sport of boxing into a concept.  Read more…

Jill Schecter: How Good Gets Done

If you want something done, give it to someone who is busy.  Jill Schecter has been busy since she was 16 years old when she landed her first job.  Her professional resume is dotted with well-recognized brand names: Vanity Fair, Condé Nast, Estee Lauder, Martha Stewart.  Today, as Vice President and recruiter at iQuest Partners, a boutique executive search firm in New York City, Jill is a whirl of constant motion professionally and in her philanthropy.  Read more…

Dr. Darrick Antell: The Body Whisperer

His work makes presidents, media personalities, and celebrities look rested, younger, more dynamic.  Long-time Greenwich resident, Dr. Darrick Antell has been practicing cosmetic surgery at his New York City, Park Avenue office for more than 20 years.  You could say he’s seen it all, and made it all look better, a lot better.  Read more…

Waterside School: A Real Life Version of “The Little Engine that Could”

Founded by Chip Kruger in 2001 as an academic alternative for the area’s lower-income children to receive a private school-quality education, each accepted child receives a near-full scholarship that carries with it certain simple but vital stipulations.  Applicants must demonstrate solid potential and eagerness to learn, and their parents must also pledge to reinforce the school’s moral code and commitment to scholastic excellence at home.  What results is nothing short of a miracle, a kind of academic alchemy, or as Executive Director Duncan Edwards puts it succinctly, “a little slice of perfect in a world that is anything but.”  And perfect, it is.  Read more…

DESIGN

Bonhams Gives Insight into Over 100 Years of Craftsmanship in Upcoming Art Collection

In some ways, art gives us the ability to time travel. Whether we’re admiring a piece in a museum or one that adorns the walls in our home, like a crystal ball, we’re able to see a moment in time as secrets unfold from the artists themselves.  Bonhams gives us the 411 on what to expect at this week’s auction.  Read more…

 

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