Greenwich Hospital’s Great Chefs is Now Taste the Towns!

Greenwich Hospital’s original culinary event, formerly known as Great Chefs, is returning to Greenwich with a brand new twist!

Tickets are now on sale for Greenwich Hospital’s Taste the Towns fundraiser, set for Friday, March 4 from 7:00 -11:00 pm at The Stanwich Club located at 888 North St. in Greenwich.

Proceeds from this new event will benefit residents of Fairfield and Westchester counties who rely on outreach health services provided by Community Health at Greenwich Hospital.

Event chair Geri Corrigan is leading the volunteer committee planning the festivities.

Prepare Your Taste Buds! A fresh new vibe on Greenwich Hospital’s long-time favorite event Great Chefs, Taste the Towns is a premier culinary affair designed to tantalize the taste buds and showcase the best of the best in food and beverage. The feast is expected to draw a sellout crowd of 300 guests who will enjoy the sumptuous cuisines from more than 35 chefs representing the top restaurants and catering companies in Fairfield and Westchester counties. Tasting stations will span the entire Stanwich Club and fine wines, regional brews and spirits from area wine and beverage distributors will be served. Guests will also enjoy exclusive auction packages and dance to the sounds of DJ Flip.

Taste the Towns serves a greater purpose in providing Community Health at Greenwich Hospital with vital funds to promote health throughout the community with hundreds of health education programs, support groups, free health screenings and other outreach services. For more than a century, Greenwich Hospital has focused on community benefit programs that bring preventive services and medical care to all segments of the communities served. Each year, thousands of area residents benefit from Community Health at Greenwich Hospital’s broad array of services.

“Our programs touch the lives of everyone from infants to the elderly,” said Kathy Carley-Spanier, RN, director of Community Health at Greenwich Hospital. “Whether we are teaching new parents how to care for their infants, educating children at school health fairs, providing free medical screening or offering support groups to people suffering from chronic illness, we provide a critical link to healthier living.”

Taste the Towns tickets are only sold in advance, with levels of support including Aficionado at $1,000 or $10,000 for a table of 10; Connoisseur at $750 or $7,500 for a table of 10; Gourmet at $500 or $5,000 for a table of 10; and Foodie at $250 per ticket.

Aficionado, Connoisseur and Gourmet level ticket holders are invited to an exclusive Patron Reception hosted prior to the event and have full access to the event, guaranteed table seating and VIP parking.

Foodie level tickets provide full access to the event with cocktail-lounge style seating on a limited, first-come, first-served basis.

For more information on tickets, sponsorship opportunities or ad sales, visit the website, or contact Stephanie Dunn Ashley, director of Special Events at 203-863-3865 or email [email protected]

Greenwich Hospital is a member of Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS). Greenwich is a 206-bed (includes 32 isolettes) community hospital serving lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York.

It is a major academic affiliate of Yale School of Medicine. Since opening in 1903, Greenwich Hospital has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution representing all medical specialties and offering a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs. Greenwich Hospital is recognized throughout the healthcare industry as a leader in service and patient satisfaction excellence.

Greenwich Hospital Foundation is committed to securing the funds needed for the hospital to fulfill its mission of extending the highest quality of safe and compassionate healthcare to everyone in our region, regardless of their ability to pay.


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