Today there are 16 Exchanges remaining across the United States. Brooklyn is the oldest, having opened in 1852. All the Exchanges are non-profit, all are unique, and all draw strength from one another.
The Greenwich Exchange first opened in 1901 and moved to various downtown locations until 1937 when it settled in its present home at 28 Sherwood Place. Continue Reading →
The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work, founded in 1901, is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run craft and gift shop, supporting independent craftspeople from Fairfield County and beyond. Continue Reading →
Head to the Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work on Sherwood on Saturday, May 18 for a terrific sale on wrought iron patio furniture. This is a collaboration with Patty’s Portico. Continue Reading →
The Back Courtyard boasts plentiful wrought iron patio sets from Patty’s Portico, including the name brands Brown Jordan, Woodard and Salterini, all in a charming setting.
The sale is April 13 from 10:00 to 2:00pm at The Greenwich Exchange, 28 Sherwood Place (around the corner from Glory Days Diner). Continue Reading →
The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work has been hosting their annual gift boutique at the Round Hill Club since the 1940’s. This year’s boutique is set for Wednesday Nov 7, 10:00am-5:00pm and Thursday, Nov 8 from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Bring a friend and make a day of it. Luncheon is available from 12:00 noon to 2:00pm. Continue Reading →
The Round Hill Club affords an attractive setting in room after room of space for artisans and crafters selling their wares in time for the holiday shopping season. And 15% of all sales benefit The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work. Continue Reading →
Two stores in one: The Greenwich Women’s Exchange offers an entire house full of hand crafted merchandise. Out the back door is a charming walled courtyard and a separate cottage brimming with antiques. Continue Reading →