UPCOMING EVENTS

Black@ : A Conversation About Race, Culture and Curriculum in Our Schools

August 12th, 2020
7pm

Join us for an important ZOOM conversation with Antonia Thompson, Stamford Mayor’s Youth Services Bureau; Shanelle Henry, Director of Equity and Inclusion at Greens Farms Academy; Toni Jones, Greenwich Public Schools Superintendent; and Ann Neary, National Board Certified Teacher, as we explore the current Black@ discussions at schools everywhere.

To register, visit ywcagrn.org/TowardsEquityEducation

Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich 2020 Annual Benefit

Saturday, September 12th, 2020

While we cannot be together to celebrate the work of BGCG at our Annual Benefit, please join us for a food & wine pairing experience by coordinating with your quaranteam or at home with family.

Please help us continue to serve the Greenwich community by supporting this modified annual event and by participating in our giving tree.

For tickets and more information – click here

Breast Cancer Alliance 8th Annual Golf Outing


Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
Golf Club of Purchase
Purchase, NY

11am Lunch and Practice Greens Open
1pm Shotgun Start * Best Ball Format
Cocktails, Dinner & Prizes Immediately to Follow

To reserve your foursome and more information – Click HERE

Greenwich United Way’s 15th Annual Sole Sisters Luncheon

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020 
Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich CT

Help support the Greenwich United Way’s work to fund community solutions in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health.

2020 Luncheon Co-Chairs are Kirsten Riemer & Nicole Kwasniewski

Keynote Speaker is critically acclaimed bestselling author and executive producer Candace Bushnell

For Patron and Ticket opportunities click here

For underwriting opportunities click here

Breast Cancer Alliance Presents a Special Evening with Kevin Zraly

Thursday, December 10th 2020
6pm
Burning Tree Country Club
Greenwich, CT

Breast Cancer Alliance presents a special evening with Kevin Zraly. He is world’s top authority on wine and education, founder of the Windows on the World Wine School, author of eight books including Windows on the World Complete Wine Course, a favorite for three decades and Recipient of 2011 James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award.

In partnership with Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits and Horseneck Wine & Spirits.

For Tickets, Donations or Sponsorships – CLICK HERE

DESIGN

The New Normal in Home Design

Sandra Morgan of Sandra Morgan Interiors & Art Privé; Scott Soper, Principal at Soper Babcock Associates and Richard Rosano, Managing Director RR Builders, LLC talk to LOOK about what is to be expected in home design, building and renovation, as our world opens up again. Read More…

TRAVEL

A Virtual Visit to Mountain Trek Fitness Retreat and Health Spa

Everyone can think of at least one saving grace during the last five months, mine has been an email series called Health Talk and Healthy Bites that are produced by the owners of Mountain Trek, the award-winning hiking-based retreat, for their alumni. I was fortunate to be invited, two summers ago, to this fantastic hiking fitness retreat in British Columbia. Read More…

Will You Ever Travel Again?

If you haven’t seen giraffes silently munching tree tops in the Serengeti, if you haven’t heard ice calving off a glacier, and if you haven’t had the joy of finding your way around a city where nobody speaks English—you’ve got lots of traveling ahead of you. Read More…

7 Ideas for Safe Summer Travel

With coronavirus cases on the rise in many states and travel restrictions constantly changing, it’s challenging to navigate options for safe summer travel. If this observation from a travel advisor applies to you: “We have clients who have been to Luang Prabang but not the Grand Canyon or even Washington, DC,” check out these summer travel ideas from Delaware’s Chateau Country to beaches in Cape Cod and Virginia that are known mostly to locals. Read More…

LIFESTYLE

Harmony and History, A Greenwich Garden

A Tudor built with a touch of local quarried stone. The brothers, J. Alden and Quentin Twachtman were the architects of this Greenwich landmark home. Read More…

College Leadership During Challenging Times:

Six years ago, Joanne Berger-Sweeney became the 22nd president of Trinity College, marking many firsts: she was the first woman, the first African American, and first neuroscientist to lead this venerable Hartford institution. Read more…

Author Fiona Davis on Loving Libraries, New York’s History, and her Forthcoming Novel

Imagine living in the New York Public Library, millions of books keeping you company, cavernous rooms with fifty-foot ceilings, rare manuscripts by literary legends surrounding you in silent significance. For a bookworm, this might sound like a dream. And at one point in time, it was a reality. Read More…

Author Amy Poeppel on her Latest Novel, Binge-Writing and Escaping through Fiction

Amy Poeppel has been a high school English teacher, an assistant director of admissions, and even appeared in an episode of America’s Most Wanted. Now, she sports a different title: that of best-selling author. Read More…

Keeping the Parties Popping Up

These days, celebrations might not look like what they used to, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be just as fun thanks to Hollywood Pop Gallery! Read More…

Purchase Estate and Gardens

Purchase, NY is a town with plenty of history, from revolutionary war battle sites to colonial era homes and, more recently, MasterCard’s headquarters, a huge building designed by I.M. Pei in 1979. But within Purchase, NY, there is a place by the same name that also boasts its own storied past. Read More…

No More Boring Walls

At C. Parker Gallery, the first priority is service. Tiffany Benincasa works with a varied clientele that includes homeowners and designers as well as collectors and corporate clients, and manages a diverse inventory to accommodate their needs. Read More…

Author Susie Orman Schnall on her Latest Book, the Writing Process, and Finding Balance

The weather has turned and the beaches are open, which means summer reading lists are back! While we might not be ‘summering’ in the usual way these days, a good book is always en vogue, and Susie Orman Schnall’s latest novel, We Came Here to Shine, is a must-read for anyone looking to escape this summer. Read More…

Artist Nina Weld’s Creative Evolution

It started with some handmade cards, mostly thank-you’s sent in the mail, hand drawn with a note inside. It was never meant to become a second career, just a creative outlet that evolved over time. But eventually, artist Nina Weld realized she had something special. Read More…