Our Top April Events

Our Top April Events


Friday, April 6
YWCA Greenwich: Live, Laugh, Love, An Evening of Empowerment

 6:30 PM – Midnight, at the Hyatt Regency, 1800 E. Putnam Ave, Old Greenwich.

This annual black tie event (formerly the Persimmon Ball) features good food, music, dancing, silent and live auction with auctioneer Terry Betteridge.

All proceeds benefit the programs of the YWCA.



Tuesday, April 17
Chefs’ Tasting to benefit Shatterproof 

6:30 – 9:00 PM at Richards on Greenwich Avenue.

Fabulous food and drink from local chefs and live auction to support Shatterproof, a national, non-profit dedicated to reducing the devastation that addiction causes families. 


Saturday, April 21
Greenwich Kite Flying Festival 

11:00 AM at Greenwich Point Beach

Hosted by Greenwich Parks & Recreation, India Cultural Center and the Greenwich Arts Council.

Enjoy live music, lunch at the beach, and kite flying.

Participants only need to bring a colorful kite.

Check in at the Old Cow Barn. Rain date, Sunday, April 22nd at 11:30 AM.


Monday April 23
Reach Prep Annual Benefit Luncheon 

11:30 AM – 2:30 PM at the Hyatt Regency.

Featured speaker, Joanne Berger-Sweeney, President of Trinity College and neuroscientist.

All proceeds benefit Reach Prep’s Scholar programs.


 Tuesday, April 24
Sole Sisters Luncheon 

9:30 AM – 2:00 PM at Greenwich Country Club in support of the Greenwich United Way.

Lunch, a fashion and home accessories boutique and notable guest speaker Melissa Bernstein, co-founder of Melissa and Doug.


Thursday, April 26
River House Adult Day Care Center’s 24th Annual Garden Party 

11:30 AM at the Riverside Yacht Club.

Featuring a fashion show of Olivine Gabbro designs with local models.

Proceeds will benefit River House’s daytime social and recreational activities for older adults who live at home but need daytime care.



Sunday, April 29

What’s the Buzz? The Amazing World of Bees 

1– 3 PM at Audubon, 613 Riversville Rd.

Greenwich, for ages 5 and older.

Celebrate the new honeybee colony in an observation hive.

Learn the important role bees play to support our ecosystem.

To RSVP, contact Eli Schaffer, eschaffer@audubon.org or 203-930-1349.