BGCG’s 8th Annual Muddy Up 5K Run & Walk! September 20, 2019
Sunday, September 29, 2019
744 Lake Avenue, Greenwich, CT
Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich is hosting the 8th Annual Muddy Up 5K Run & Walk on Sunday, September 29, 2019 at Camp Simmons, the Club’s 77-acre wilderness property on Lake Avenue in central Greenwich.
This exciting event is for runners and walkers of ALL AGES who enjoy a competitive adventure over rugged, 3.1-mile wooded course with natural and man-made obstacles and plenty of MUD!
Sign up as an individual or as a team! Proceeds go toward BGCG’s Afterschool and Summer Programs, benefiting 1,800 Club members
To sign up – CLICK HERE
For more information, Contact:
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
The Osborn Foundress Award Luncheon – October 2, 2019
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
The Osborn Foundation is hosting it’s sixth “Foundress Award Luncheon” honoring “Women Who Make a Difference” on Wednesday, October 2nd at The Osborn in Rye, New York.
Senior Vice President,
Marketing & Community Outreach,
White Plains Hospital
President of the Board, Edith Read Wildlife Sanctuary
Board Member, The Rye Free Reading Room
DOMUS Fall Golf Outing – October 3, 2019
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Country Club of Fairfield
936 Sasco Hill Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
To Register – Click here
*Rain date is Monday, October 21st, 2019
Walk The Walk Against Domestic Violence – October 6, 2019
Sunday, October 6, 2019
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
On Sunday, October 6, YWCA Greenwich is hosting a community-wide walk to raise awareness and funds for YWCA Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services and education. YWCA Greenwich Walk the Walk Against Domestic Violence will be a family-friendly event that takes place at Bruce Park. Check-in and warm-up will begin at 8:30 am. Members of the community are encouraged to form teams, come with friends and family, and even dogs are welcome. All proceeds will support the important work of YWCA Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services.
2019 Regional Hospice and Palliative Care Memorial Golf Classic – October 7, 2019
Monday, October 7, 2019
10:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Ridgewood Country Club
Join us for the 2019 Memorial Golf Classic at the Ridgewood Country Club on Monday, October 7, 2019 as we honor Ridgefield resident, Patti Collins Capilli.
Patti and her family spent the final months of her life under the caring support of the Regional Hospice staff and volunteers. We hope you will join us as we honor her life and legacy.
Golfer Participation is $1,500 per foursome.
Includes lunch & dinner.
Shotgun start at 12:30p.m
Friends of Autistic People Fundraising Benefit 2019 – October 16th, 2019
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
Location To Be Announced
Benefiting FAP’s music therapy program for children and adults with profound autism who come from economically struggling families as we as raising funds for our Dream – the Community of Homesteads Project.
Cocktail Party & Chef Demos
Including Special Guests:
Daphne Oz & Carlos Baez
For further details click – here
Community Centers, Inc present Dream Locations and Special Places – October 17, 2019
Thursday, October 17, 2019
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
The Belle Haven Club
James Doyle, Principal of Doyle Herman Design Associates together with Community Centers, Inc present Dream Locations and Special Places.
Please join on as James Doyle, Principal of Doyle Herman Design Associates will share and discuss the world of landscaping possibilities and beauty in and around Greenwich.
Celebrity Chef Todd English
Fashion Show Presented By
Richards of Greenwich
REACH Prep’s 25th Anniversary Gala – November 1, 2019
Friday, November 1, 2019
Abigail Kirsch at The Loading Dock
Stamford, CT 06902
We are thrilled to celebrate this quarter-century milestone on November 1st. Join us for dinner and dancing, a live auction with Robbie Gordy from Christie’s, along with Alumni and Scholar speakers and featured speaker, Carlos Brito, CEO of Anheuser-Busch InBev.
25th Anniversary Gala Co-Chairs: Neil and Kim Augustine, Kimberly Clarke, Mark and Trish Davies, Keith and Tracy Grossman, Heather and Dan Mosley, Paul and Lisa-Claire Triggiani
Proceeds from the Gala make it possible for us to provide best-in-class programming to over 250 Scholars each year and equip them with the academic tools and life skills they need to realize their potential and their dreams.
To purchase tickets, tables or sponsorships click here.
For more information, email Gracie Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-487-0750.
Children of Fallen Patriots 11th Annual Greenwich Gala – November 2, 2019
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Riverside Yacht Club
102 Club Road Riverside, CT 06878
We sincerely hope to see you on November 2, 2019 at the Riverside Yacht Club for the 11th Annual Fallen Patriots Gala. The evening will consist of a cocktail hour, dinner, video presentation featuring one of our Fallen Patriots families, live auction, inspiring speakers and an unforgettable live appeal – the Fund-A-Scholarship.
Supporters can see their donations at work contributing to tuition, books, computers and more.
We are honored to announce Lieutenant General Laura Richardson,
Commanding General of the U.S. Army North will be accepting our Patriot Award.
Click HERE for more information and sponsorship opportunities.
Purchase your Tickets – HERE
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. Jenny Andjelkovic, a former Educational Psychologist with an extensive background in non-profit management, will be honored at this year’s FARE Luncheon. She is currently the Co-Chair of Food Allergy Connecticut, a FARE-recognized support group offering support coffees, family workshops and an annual Speaker Series to provide education and connect Fairfield County families managing complicated food allergies.
Get Tickets/Support This Event – Click Here
Save the Date! The Friends of Nathaniel Witherell Fall Luncheon – November 7, 2019
Women Who Inspire Awards – November 8, 2019
Friday, November 8, 2019
11:30 AM – 2:00PM
Greenwich Country Club
The 2nd Women Who Inspire Awards will be held on Friday, November 8, 2019, at Greenwich Country Club. YWCA Greenwich Women Who Inspire Awards were established to recognize and celebrate outstanding women who have excelled in philanthropic, professional and volunteer pursuits. Importantly, these honorees have enriched the lives of many in our community. YWCA Greenwich will also present the Women Who Inspire Corporate Award to Pitney Bowes for their commitment to empower and champion women in the workplace and the New Generation Award to a young woman who has galvanized young people to get involved in community activities and volunteer their time in support of others.
For More Information and to buy tickets click – here
28th Annual Fall Gala to Benefit The Inner-City Foundation – 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 Fab Faux will perform A Salute to the Timeless Music of the Beatles. The event begins with a cocktail reception at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner beginning at 7:30 pm.
An Evening to Benefit Saint Joseph Parenting Center – Friday, November 15, 2019
Friday, November 15, 2019
Stamford Yacht Club
97 Ocean Drive West
That all children live in a world free of abuse and neglect.
On a midsummer morning, Robert Mars drops his two young sons at day camp, then heads to a local coffee shop to discuss plans for a skateboarding park with fellow community members. Clad in blue jeans and t-shirt, with gray hair and a scruffy beard, he looks like any other Fairfield County dad – until he returns to his back-country studio to create internationally renowned contemporary art masterpieces. Read More…
Napa + Cape Cod = The North Fork
No need to fly across the country to winery hop or sit in Cape traffic to experience quiet seaside towns and fresh local seafood. At the end of the L.I.E. the road splits: Route 24 to the right leads to the Hamptons and Route 25 to the left meanders by the vineyards and farm stands of the North Fork. There are stretches of beach and opportunities for fishing, paddle boarding, and other water sports, but locally harvested wine and seafood are the big draws. Fall is harvest season, full of special wine dinners and apple and pumpkin picking. If you follow the left fork, there’s no need to pack designer duds—men don’t even require collared shirts at the area’s best restaurants. But don’t let the casualness fool you. Hoteliers, restaurateurs, and sommeliers are sophisticated and on their game. Read More…
Why Santa Fe Should Be on Your Travel Radar
More than 400 years old but home to a cutting edge arts collective that’s taking the tourism industry by storm, Santa Fe is a blend of historic places and hip hangouts that blend Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures. Santa Fe’s clear blue skies, ideal natural light, expansive landscapes, and ease of living have drawn artists for years. In fact, it’s the country’s third largest art market. Here’s an overview of the city’s 20 museums, 300 galleries, and destination-worthy opera house. Read More…
Faces of Philanthropy: REACH Prep 25 Years of Transforming Lives
Imagine you are a high potential 9-year old. Your future glistens with the prospect of college, a rewarding career and financial security. But standing in your way are barriers that seem, at times, insurmountable. For 4th graders from underserved communities in Fairfield and Westchester counties and the Bronx, REACH Prep stands as a unique beacon for a path forward. Started in 1994 by Patsy Howard and Pat Young, REACH Prep is celebrating 25 glorious years and the future has never looked brighter. Read More…
Greenwich Theatre Company
Get four talented people together, give them a kernel of an idea, and watch them create theatre magic. That’s the genesis behind the Greenwich Theatre Company (GTC), a newly hatched venture that is debuting its performance of the Tony-award winning play God of Carnage this weekend. The energy behind GTC are theater veterans Stephanie Hazard, Andrea Lynn Green and Jack Rushton, and Arch Street, Greenwich Teen Center Executive Director Kyle Silver. Read More…
Eric Ribeiro, Bar Director & Educator at Diageo
If Amazon was creating a series about cocktails, Eric Ribeiro would be cast immediately. Sleekly handsome, with a seductive French accent and an expert hand at delectable drinks, Eric has traversed the hospitality world from famed Lenôtre in Paris to bustling Mediterraneo on Greenwich Avenue. As the Bar Director and Educator at Diageo NYC, headquarters for the one of the world’s largest producers of spirits and beers, Eric wears many hats. Now, he’s got something new on the horizon. Read More…
Why is Traveling a Fitness Nightmare?
“Remember that happiness is a way of travel – not a destination.” – Roy M. Goodman. I was prompted to write this article because of a breakdown my son had recently on one of our numerous car and plane trips. He’s 18 and into rowing. He hopes for recruitment, so we are in the thick of traveling to many college campuses. He lost it and proclaimed, “how can I possibly achieve my all-time best 2K this fall on the erg if I can’t maintain my diet and workouts? I’ll never reach my goal!” The kid trains five days a week, 1 1/2 hours a day, and his diet is stricter than mine. It is high in protein and many many balanced meals throughout the day. He has to be lean and strong! Read More…