Celebrating Business in Greenwich



As Greenwich magazine celebrates 65 years in town, we are thrilled to introduce you to the talented and personable folks who make our little corner of the world such an exceptional place to live.


Sperry Tents Greenwich

203-930-4021  |  www.sperrytentsct.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
When I speak with people from outside Greenwich about the community here, the resounding theme is how many incredible events are organized around fundraising for outstanding causes. The dedication this community has to giving back is inspiring.

How have you seen your business evolve?
While maintaining our core wedding-centric focus, we have increased our annual sponsorship of outdoor nonprofit events. These events have enabled us to collaborate with dedicated Greenwich community members and impact the community both locally and internationally through organizations such as Tiny Miracles and Room to Read.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
The coastal beauty and charm of Greenwich, with its dramatic landscapes, are what inspired us to locate here. Our tents are designed using authentic New England sail-making techniques and perfectly complement the aesthetic found here.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Our designs have helped transform a tent from being purely utilitarian to becoming the aesthetic focal point of the event. Our Greenwich clients welcome Sperry into their important life events and recognize that our unique sailcloth structures can serve both their need for form and for function. Sacrificing one for the other is no longer a necessity.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
Greenwich is a tight-knit community that brings together world-class caterers, event planners, florists, photographers and other event professionals. The collaboration among this highly talented collection of vendors produces events that we feel privileged to be a part of.


Manfredi Jewels

121 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
TUES-FRI 10am to 5pm  |  SAT 10am to 5:30pm
203-622-1414  |  www.manfredijewels.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
Each time a woman visits our store to show off the engagement ring her fiancé chose for her at Manfredi. That makes all of us at Manfredi smile and feel proud of what we do here! We often celebrate the happy occasion with a glass of champagne!

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
Manfredi began as a small boutique with one jewelry brand; and today we have tripled our physical space, and carry over ten exquisite jewelry brands and over thirty high-end Swiss watch brands, as well, as rare mechanical clocks from Erwin Sattler of Germany.  

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
Manfredi strives to bring to Greenwich a luxury experience that goes beyond the point of sale. Our highly regarded collections, combined with our knowledgeable, professional, friendly staff is only the beginning of a mutually beneficial relationship with our clientele.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
The variety of brands we are privileged to carry and the rarity of some of the items
we are fortunate to have in our store is what makes Manfredi so special.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
Many of our loyal clients are now our dear friends who we see socially, as well as at PTA meetings, church services, town meetings or simply by sharing a cup of coffee together.


Northfield Fuel

21 Northfield Street, Greenwich
Home Heating Oil/Propane/Heating & Cooling Equipment Service and Installations
203-629-3835  |  www.northfieldfuel.com

How is Northfield Fuel different?
One simple underlying principle guides all that we do: Provide professional, individualized service that exceeds our customers’ expectations. It all starts with a phone call. When customers call Northfield Fuel, they are greeted with a warm welcome from a live person within two to three rings. We do not have a recording. There is no need to select from a menu. Rather, customers speak directly with one of our courteous and professional staff members who are always ready to help in any way they can.

Why are Northfield Fuel technicians the best around?
Our service technicians all come from this area. In fact, customers usually see the same technician time and time again rather than a revolving door of new faces. Our technicians take the time to become familiar with our customers’ homes and equipment which are treated with the utmost care and respect. Our technicians are licensed in the state of Connecticut and follow rigorous ongoing training to be sure they stay well ahead of the curve. They carry state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to be certain our customers’ systems are running at peak efficiency, burning the fewest number of gallons possible.

What makes the Northfield Fuel delivery drivers better than others?
Our drivers have all been with us for many years. They know our customers’ homes, driveways and fill locations. They are considerate to our customers and their property and hold safety as their number one priority. Everyone at Northfield Fuel knows what residents of Greenwich expect from their energy company, and we deliver. It’s that simple. And our reputation speaks for itself.


Olivine Gabbro

19 East Elm Street, Greenwich
203-493-3526  |  www.olivinegabbro.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
We have loved getting to know our customers and receiving positive feedback about our clothes. Recently one of our clients asked us on very short notice to custom-make an outfit for a formal event at the House of Lords in London; the outfit was a great success and was perfectly tailored for the occasion.

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
Over the years we have increased our sales from ready-to-wear to custom-made clothes. We have found a greater demand for both bridal and long white graduation gowns, as well as bridesmaid dresses and outfits for the mothers (and on occasions, grandmothers) of the bride, groom or graduate.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
We enjoy being part of a local community and providing a special service to our customers. Our clothes are hand-made in our Atelier here in Greenwich and we pride ourselves on the quality of the women’s wear we produce. We also believe in the importance of giving back to local and international charities.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Sadly, we have seen many local businesses close down and be replaced by big chain stores. We believe this has diminished the unique retailing environment once enjoyed by Greenwich and results in a loss of intimacy with the community.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
We particularly enjoy participating in community events, such as “Art on the Avenue” and “Greenwich Fashion’s Night Out.” We are currently planning to host a concert in our store in order to promote a local choir that supports breast cancer awareness.


McArdle’s Florist & Garden Center

48 Arch St, Greenwich
MON-SAT 8am - 5:30pm
203-661-5600  |  www.mcardles.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
I started working with my dad at McArdle’s when I was eight, so I’ve been able to help our customers celebrate new babies, proms, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and provide support for sick loved ones or at funerals. McArdle’s becomes a family tradition and our family becomes a part of the lives of our customers’ families. Every one of those stories is special.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Our customers are busy people and today they have less time than ever.  They really appreciate beauty but don’t have time to do it themselves. We accommodate that by providing the perfect arrangement, beautiful container garden, sophisticated holiday decorating or elegant home décor.  Our customers want to make one call and see magic. We do that very well.

Also, I would say our customers are better educated about the floral arrangements they want. They’re looking for something appropriate but also new and sophisticated. Our floral designs, in particular, have become exceptional and award winning.  Having that work recognized and being able to share it is very exciting.  Of course our expertise as a garden center remains and we are especially proud of how easy we make the holidays for our customers. We definitely still have the best customer service anywhere and incredible expertise, but I would say the biggest change is our customers really do want magic and we’ve learned how to make that happen.


Betteridge

117 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
203-869-0124  |  www.betteridge.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a shop in Greenwich?
Probably the day a sheepish question was put to me by a woman who’d lost a Tiffany gold and diamond earring the day before. “Could you estimate the cost and time it would take to make a mate to this earring? Somewhere I lost the other. I can’t tell my husband. It was an anniversary present. The longer it takes, the better because I’ll have to save from the household account.” Betty Grabarz, a saleswoman here for twenty-five years, had just found the lost earring and handed it to me! I said that I knew the owner. Imagine the shock when I told the woman, “Really, these earrings are free and take ten seconds to produce.”

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
From a local haunt to a business buying and selling globally. Most of our trade is outside of Greenwich and much of that, outside of the U.S. We’re as likely to be in Colorado and Florida, or doing shows in Hong Kong or Switzerland.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
Honestly, it was half Harry Winston and half Cartier. Winston for his loner approach and Cartier for the incredible flights of design fancy and detail.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Nothing has really changed—anniversaries come, children grow up and marry, and the jeweler still has his place.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
I love working where I’ve always lived. I know every house and the families who’ve lived in them, the cops on the corner street … It’s just home to me.


Historic Floors By Stephen Gamble

5 Lewis Court, Greenwich
203-866-0892  |  www.historicfloorsinc.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
I have been serving the Greenwich area for over 20 years, but new this year to actually operating a showroom here, I look forward to many great experiences.

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
I was a cabinetmaker and furniture finisher for many years. I began to evolve into fine finishes, and then the recreation of old world wood flooring. The demand and the desire for this brought me to where I am today.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
Working with wood, it is easy to find inspiration in the beautiful world that was created around me.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Growth and exposure to architects and designers who’ve brought us into jobs outside Connecticut and NY and into areas like Palm Beach, Chicago and St. Louis.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
Being 5 minutes from home–can’t beat that!


Susan Cohen Landscape Architect

350 Riverside Avenue, Riverside
203-637-4225  |  www.susancohenlandscapes.com

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
The original inspiration for my own gardening efforts was my mother’s beautiful garden, and that led, over time,
to the discovery of landscape architecture as a wonderful profession. In my practice, I am inspired by gardens I have
visited around the world, and, ultimately, by the place itself.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
People are much more aware now of the benefits of hiring a professional landscape architect to advise on their
properties. These days, a landscape architect is often called to consult on a property before an architect is hired.
In the end, though, collaboration between the professions always gives the client the best results.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
I love living and working in this town, where my husband and I have raised our family, and where it has been a
pleasure to work for friends and neighbors.


The Nathaniel Witherell Short-term Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center

70 Parsonage Road  |  203-618-4200
Town of Greenwich  |  www.thenathanielwitherell.org

Favorite story: Peter Siciliano’s family has a long history at Witherell. His grandparents and their cousins were all residents. His mother, Dorothy, came here in 2008 to rehab a neck injury and is now a long-term resident. Peter told us Dorothy is a “Connecticut Yankee” – an independent lady who worked for 44 years in the Greenwich school system. But he said she was comfortable coming to Witherell, with its spacious grounds and activities, calling it, “Our big house on Parsonage Road where our other relatives live–the ones who are skilled in nursing and taking care of people.”

Biggest change we have seen: In just the last decade we have gone from about 75 admissions per year to over 400. Short-term rehab now accounts for 90% of our admissions, and the average stay for orthopedic rehab is just 10 days. We are currently proceeding with “Project Renew,” a major upgrade of facilities.

Favorite thing about owning a business: Providing the highest quality rehab services and long-term skilled nursing care to Greenwich families.


Rinfret Home & Garden

354 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
M-F 10am to 6pm  |  SAT 10am to 5pm  |  SUN 12pm to 5pm
203-622-0000  |  rinfretltd.com

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
The concept was inspired by the shops on Walton Street in London. I wanted people to come in and feel at home, and not like they were in a store. The idea was to create a home-like setting so that visitors could be inspired to decorate by seeing how I had arranged these beautiful things that I had collected from my travels around the world.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
The internet has been the biggest change, and it has dramatically quickened the pace of business. Also, the design business had always been about “design,s” with a sense of glamour and mystery. Now I feel people just think it is about buying things and forget all the details that make a home. Design is not just about furnishing but creating a cohesive look that evokes memories and that creates a comfortable safe haven from all the business of your day.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
The Avenue is what “Greenwich” is all about; it’s so much more than just
a street, as I say in my book Classic Greenwich Style (Rizzoli). The people in Greenwich are interesting, successful and sophisticated and “Greenwich Style” is what that’s all about. Greenwich is a very chic and beautiful place, and sometimes I think we all take that for granted. We live in a charming and unique place, and I love doing business and living here.


Splash Car Wash

625 W. Putnam Ave, Greenwich  |  73 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob
203-531-4497  |  www.splashcarwashes.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a shop in Greenwich?  
I think our favorite story was when we gave away the car to our one millionth customer. The day the special customer was to go through the wash, the place was packed with lines out to the road. As we started to count down to the one who would win the Jeep, we saw Mercedes, BMWs, and Audis filling the line. But when we came to the millionth car, it was a tired old sedan with the nicest woman driving it. She asked what was causing such a long line and when we told her we were going to wash our millionth car, she congratulated us on such a great achievement. Little did she know that she was five minutes away from winning a new car!

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?  
We started with an exterior-only wash tunnel on West Putnam and then added the full-service hand wash in 1994. That really started the growth spurt that added 26 more locations over the next 12 years, including our site in Cos Cob.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
The number of services we now provide our customers versus when we started. We had only the single automated tunnel back in 1981, but have added full service hand washing, express detailing, full detailing, headlight restoration, windshield repair, and a host of other services to our offerings.


Peridot Fine Jewelry

112 Mason Street, Greenwich
MON-SAT 10am to 5:30pm  |  SUN 12pm to 5pm
203-629-3900  www.peridotfinejewelry.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
We’re fortunate to be part of so many stories – stories of proposals, of heirlooms being stylishly updated and passed down – we are so lucky to be able to bring romance and glamour to people’s lives!

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
We’ve had the opportunity to work with so many up-and-coming designers, to be part of the evolution of their work and share it with our clients, who love to see new collections.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
I wanted to create an environment where women could find that perfect piece that speaks to their individual style and makes them feel beautiful, in a space curated for exploration.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
I’ve seen more and more clients come to us seeking a special, one-of-a-kind, hand-made piece by their favorite designer.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
The women in Greenwich have so much style and are so fearless when it comes to making a statement, it’s a dream!


The First Bank of Greenwich

444 East Putnam Ave, Cos Cob
M-W 8:30am to 4pm  |  TH 8:30am to 6pm  |  SAT 9am to 12pm
629-8400  |  www.greenwichfirst.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
Greenwich is a great box of chocolates – you never know what you are going to get.

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
Our financial success has wavered, but our commitment to the philosophy of a customer-service-oriented bank has remained.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
We are a financial institution that is small enough to pay attention to small business – we are a small business ourselves.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Ever-expanding competition (from both direct and indirect competitors) requires that we continually refine and improve our business offerings.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
Greenwich is not what it seems; the reality is much different. It is a very special place to live and do business.


Anthony Aibel

Juilliard Private Teacher, CD Grammy Award Nominee and Private Music/Drama Coach
Greenwich Music & Drama Studio, Greenwich
917-226-9803 | www.anthonyaibel.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
A Connecticut family found me in the Juilliard Private Teacher Directory. They thought I lived in Manhattan and asked for a recommendation. Turns out we both live in Greenwich—two minutes apart!  

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
The variety of my students has expanded to include piano, voice, violin, guitar, songwriting, musical theatre and acting. My students now play all styles, participate on The X Factor, are accepted to Brown, Yale, and Harvard, range in age from 4-77, and I teach 24/7!

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
My students here work at their own pace. We are attuned to nature, which is as great an inspiration as the city’s culture. But the city is a short drive if students are ready to perform!


Bennett Jewelers of Old Greenwich

254 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich
TUES-SAT 9:30am to 5:00pm
203-637-0217

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
When my grandfather James Chase Bennett opened the store in 1945, the landlord in Old Greenwich said, pay me what you can, and they settled for $50.00 a month because economic times were not good.

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
The business began as half a store and has been in a few different locations on Sound Beach. With every move we got a little bigger, and with our last move we couldn’t be more pleased with the full renovation we did. We have two large display windows to showcase our merchandise and a lovely showroom. Come visit and take a look!

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
After World War II, Old Greenwich was primarily a beach community, becoming very quiet during the winter. Now it is an established year-round community. It has been wonderful watching the generations grow. We have clients whose parents or grandparents worked with my father or grandfather and my daughters will work with their children and grandchildren.


Out of the Box

73 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
M-F 10am to 6pm  |  SAT 10am to 6pm  |  SUN 12pm to 5pm
203-625-9696  |  www.outoftheboxclothes.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
After four strong years upstairs, we expanded to the street level. It was Fall 2008, so people said we were crazy. But it worked: business doubled!

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
With growth, we have been able to merchandise more categories in depth. Especially accessories such as belts, scarves, jewelry and handbags.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
When I first opened the store, it seemed that fashion was targeted toward my daughters, not me. So I resolved to hunt for great designs for women like me who want to wear something different.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Today, everyone’s online.  We talk to our customers about what they want through the website and social media.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
This town has amazing women - accomplished, individualistic, aware and thoughtful. It’s a privilege to get to meet and know them, and rewarding to provide what they want.


The Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich

6 Lewis Street, Greenwich
203-769-1800  |  www.arthurmurraygreenwich.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
Each of our students come to us for different reasons; I love watching the transformation that dance brings to everyone—it’s a joy to witness!

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
I have seen more men coming in on their own, either for exercise or to meet new people and be more social.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
I loved how dance gave me more confidence and got me in the best shape of my life, and I wanted to do that for others.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
More families are joining; it’s a fun activity to do together, and when they go to social functions they don’t sit on the sidelines.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
I love being a part of the community and giving back to it, and walking down the street and knowing everyone! Greenwich is the best!


Green & Tonic

7 Strickland Road, Cos Cob  
203-869-1376  |  www.greenandtonic.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
People arrive on our doorstep daily with real health problems, issues that they have learned only food can help. We recently met a woman suffering from extreme sleep apnea. She is seeing amazing results from juicing and eating a plant-
based diet.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?  
In 2008 I set out to understand more about food and how it can really serve my body. I lost over thirty pounds, am off of Lipitor, and am no longer in a pre-diabetic state. I did it with diet and exercise, no silver bullet or magic pill, and hopefully now I am an inspiration to others.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Thanks to documentaries like Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead and Forks Over Knives people are starting to wake up to the fact that they need to take control of their health. “Food is thy medicine and thy medicine is thy food.”


Steven Mueller Architects, LLC

One West Elm Street, Greenwich
Owner: Steven K. Mueller, AIA
203-869-3753  |  www.stevenmuellerarchitects.com

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
We have continued to be a principle-based architectural firm in the heart of Greenwich. Over the years we have seen our practice grow with more sophisticated high-end residential projects. We contribute this to our work, which exemplifies a personal commitment to achieving the finest architectural expression through a cooperative relationship with the client. Each project is designed to enhance the lives of the occupants by developing practical, dynamic and creative solutions.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
The biggest change we have seen is the introduction of computer-aided design software called AutoCAD. Buildings are no longer just designed visually and spatially; they are “computed” via interconnected databases. I believe that architecture cannot divorce itself from drawing, no matter how impressive the technology gets. Drawings are not just end products; they are part of the thought process of architectural design. Drawings express the interaction of our minds, eyes and hands.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
I have the good fortune to have my own firm and practice residential architecture in an area that allows me the clientele to continue to be inspired and fuel my passion to design residences of distinction


Partners Salon & Spa

1200 East Putnam Avenue, Riverside
TUES & THURS 9am to 7pm  |  WED & FRI 9am to 5pm  |  SAT 8am to 5pm
203-637-0478  |  www.partenrssalonandspa.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a shop in Greenwich?
It would be a crime to single out one particular story from the slew we have, having been established in Greenwich for twenty years. We are honored to have watched girls and boys develop into women and men, mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers. We cut their first lock, style their first updo, and see our creations walk down the aisle.  Brilliant.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
Our inspiration is drawn from all things stylish, and driven by the world of fashion. We are honored to have been presented with opportunities such as styling for designer campaigns, traveling to Paris to style for the Armani Couture Collection and most recently styling, backstage during New York Fashion Week. We are proud to have assembled talented stylists whose passion and drive for their profession alone inspires our team to always reach for something more, to constantly reevaluate, modify and perfect our skills.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in your business?
Taking the 1960’s as an example, women were visiting their local hair salon for roller sets once, even twice, a week. When we opened, we asked, “Why does this generation place less emphasis on hair care?”  Our goal then became to focus our efforts on client education. We place emphasis on maintaining not only the shape and style of your hair, but the integrity.  Hair care now not only has become a statement, but a priority. Through the use of the Internet, and more specifically Facebook, Twitter, and Blogger, our clients are able stay connected with us. This has been an invaluable tool in educating our clients about the current trends.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
It has been an absolute joy to have established our company in Greenwich. We love the residents and enjoy working in the tightly knit community that the businesses have created.


Graham’s

60 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
MON 10am to 5pm  |  TUES - FRI 10am to 6pm
SAT 10am to 5pm  |  SUN 12pm to 5pm
203-983-6800  |  www.grahamstoys.com

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
When we first opened, our main emphasis was on cutting children’s hair. The toys were meant to be a small “add on.” Ten years later we have found that along with always being recommended as the place for haircuts, our selection of gifts and toys has taken on a life of its own. Our customers always tell us that they know that they can walk into Graham’s and find things they just don’t see anywhere else. They’ve come to truly trust our selections and suggestions.

What is the inspiration for your store?
When our son Graham was a baby, it was safe to say that getting his haircut was on the list of least favorite things to do. Everywhere we took him there was no compassion for his fear. In a conversation one day I joked about the need for a children’s hair salon that understood how hard it can be for some families. The rest, as they say, is history.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?
The community! Living here and having a family owned and run business here has allowed us to truly become a part of a great town. We have, quite simply, the nicest customers in the world. The appreciation of our store, and support that everyone has shown us over the past ten years is amazing.


Thérèse Saint Clair

96 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich
M-F 9:30am to 5:30pm  |  SAT 10am to 5pm
203-661-2927  |  www.ThereseSaintClair.com

Do you have a favorite story from your years of owning a business in Greenwich?
Our distinctive bag pops up in the must unusual places. A recent sighting was at the airport in Singapore.  

How have you seen your business evolve over the years?
After 35 years on Lewis Street, we moved to Greenwich Avenue in June. New challenges and opportunities abound, but we are still focused on customer service.

What is the inspiration for your store/business?
We purchase products that amuse us and/or inspire us and we love sharing them with our clients.

What is the biggest change you have seen in your years in business?
Like other New England towns, Greenwich has lost its “sense of community.”  It’s sad, but family-owned businesses still keep the flame of civility burning brightly.

What is your favorite thing about owning a business in Greenwich?   
Our clients! We are thrilled that they share important milestones in their lives with us.

 

Greenwich Agenda

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     @ Meli-Melo of Greenwich

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  • Nigh Season: New Paintings By David Konigsberg

    2014.09.13
     @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art

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    2014.09.13
     @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art

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    2014.10.02
     @ Greenwich Avenue area

    Breast Cancer Alliance announced that it is partnering with Greenwich merchants for a special day of events and shopping on Thursday, October 2nd...

  • New Goergen Lecture

    2014.10.02
     @ Bruce Museum

    Reflections on Highlights of the Hohenbuchau Collection featuring Peter C. Sutton Known today as the "Golden Age" of Netherlandish...

  • Parties at the JCC Center

    2014.09.02
     @ Stamford JCC

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    2014.10.01
     @ SPLURGE

    SPLURGE and the Cancer Institute at Greenwich Hospital are partnering to bring comfort and encouragement to cancer patients.  From October...

  • Laurel House Family Seminar Series

    2014.09.18
     @ Laurel House

    Thursday evenings, September 18, October 2, 16, 30, 6:30-8:00 pm Join us Thursday evenings for this four part Family Seminar Series as...

  • Muddy Up 5k Adventure Run & Family Fun Walk

    2014.10.05
     @ Camp Simmons

    Are you ready for some MUDDY fun? Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich is proud to host the 3rd annual Muddy Up 5k Adventure Run & Family Fun...

  • Muddy Up 5k & Family Fun Walk

    2014.10.05
     @ Camp Simmons

    Race starts at 9:15 a.m. REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MON. SEPT. 29 at 8:00 A.M. DON'T LIKE THE MUD? SPONSOR A CLUB MEMBER TO RUN...

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    2014.10.05
     @ SoulCycle Greenwich

    The Young Women's League of New Canaan (YWL) is sponsoring its first fundraiser of the season, "Sweat For A Cause" at SoulCycle...

  • SM&NC Farm Market

    2014.06.15
     @ Stamford Museum & Nature Center

    Sundays, June 15 – October 5, 10am – 2pm We're thrilled to bring back the SM&NC Farm Market — now on Sundays!...

  • Tuesday Toddler Tours

    2014.10.07
     @ Bruce Museum

    Come to the Bruce this fall to take part in our exciting new children and family programming! No advance registration is required and programs...

  • Flower Power

    2014.10.08
     @ SM Home Gallery

    SM Home Gallery show featuring two Greenwich based artists: Margaret Bragg and Penny Putnam. The art show runs thorough November 22nd....

  • Lyme Research Alliance 3rd Annual Golf Tournament

    2014.10.09
     @ The Stanwich Club

    Tee up and raise funds & awareness for Lyme disease awareness at one of the area’s finest golf courses. The golf tournament is part of...

  • Exhibit Ira BARKOFF

    2014.10.11
     @ Canfin Gallery

    “The beauty of the physical world becomes a metaphor for the capacity of the spirit to reveal itself". Ira Barkoff Evocation of...

  • Annual Outdoor Arts Festival

    2014.10.11
     @ Bruce Museum

    There is plenty to discover on Columbus Day weekend, and this year much of it will be in Greenwich, on the grounds of the Bruce Museum.  On...

  • Outdoor Arts Festival

    2014.10.11
     @ Bruce Museum

    Come and enjoy the Bruce Museum’s 33rd Annual Outdoor Arts Festival. More than 85 artists from all over the country, many of them new to...

  • Lookbook Live Tour

    2014.10.12
     @ Westchester Mall

    In September + October 2014, Simon will team up with three of the world's top fashion magazines, Glamour, GQ, and  Vogue on a nationwide...


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