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February 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th
Starting January 27th through March 30th
Saturday January 6th
December 4th, 5th, 6th, & 7th
Saturday, November 11th
October 30th through November 2nd
Starting October 28th for 5 weeks
Tuesday October 24th, 2023
Wednesday September 13th
Saturday July 15th
June 26 – July 21 July 24 – August 18
June 26 at Greenwich Country Club
Tuesday May 16th at 9:30am to 12:00pm
Friday May 12th 1pm - 6pm
A signature event for YWCA Greenwich, profits from this luncheon and auction of new and gently used handbags fund YWCA Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services.
Friday, April 28 at 12 noon
April 26, 2023 at 7:00 pm
Sunday February 26th, 2023 I 11:00AM - 1:00PM at the YWCA Greenwich. A closed conversation for teens about relationships: from dating abuse to healthy love.
There's no better way to spend a day off from school than at the YWCA. Our program offers kids a full day of interesting activities when schools are closed for holidays and/or vacation.
Mermaid Academy is for kids who already know how to swim, but wish to live out their dreams swimming as a mermaid! Mermaid swimming is also great for those who want to challenge themselves and learn how to swim using the dolphin kick method.
February 8, 2023 at the YWCA Greenwich. Join our expert for a sampling of whiskeys/whiskys from across the globe. You will leave with a better understanding of not only the differences in the the whiskeys of world, but how to taste and enjoy the world of whiskey. 
Honoring the Legacy: The Coretta Scott & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Conversation
January 7, 2023 | 12:00PM-2:00PM
At YWCA Greenwich, we offer baseball and softball programs for boys and girls, ages 8 to 18, which feature individual lessons, team workouts, and advanced hitting clinics. Led by former St. Louis Cardinals’ pitcher Mike Parisi, your son or daughter will learn how to pitch, run, and catch like the pros.
A gymnastics class with age-appropriate circuits working on balance, body-control and coordination
There's no better way to spend a day off from school than at the YWCA. Our program offers kids a full day of interesting activities when schools are closed for holidays and/or vacation.
Join us December 9, 2022! Fun for the whole family!
Our Holiday Hope Auction will kick off with a luncheon where guests will preview the auction items. These packages will feature themed experiences and items for holiday gift giving as well as elegant entertaining packages.
Unlock the mysteries and intrigue of wines with a wine talk and tasting.
October 28 at 7:30 PM Showing Hotel Transylvania
Memorialize those who have lost their lives due to DV and honor the strength and resilience of survivors.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we invite you for an afternoon of Restorative Self-Care
To View Photos From This Year's Event, Click the Link Inside
On September 24, YWCA Greenwich will be hosting their annual Family Fun Fair. This is a free event for all and will be located at YWCA Greenwich. The timing for the event will be from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM.
Please join us as Nancy Armstrong screens her ground-breaking documentary on ADHD, The Disruptors!
Starting Sunday, September 11 and going until Sunday, November 20
Starting September 8 and goes until December 15!
YWCA Greenwich is proud to partner with Modern Self-Defense Center for a women’s empowerment training class to help them protect themselves against physical violence.
View this Year's pictures and program here!
Sunday, May 1, 2022
This year, the annual Stand Against Racism campaign will take place April 29, 2022 outside Greenwich Town Hall.
During Raising Our Voices, our multigenerational panel will discuss their experiences and perspectives about gender, race, and class, as well as their hopes for the next generation.
Admission to the event is a donation of a new or used designer handbag or a suggested minimum donation of $250 to the Bag Acquisition Fund
In recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, YWCA Greenwich presents "In Their Shoes," an immersive event exploring teen relationships.
YWCA Greenwich is launching a new event to raise money to help victims of domestic abuse to get back on their feet and recapture the joy in their lives. Our Holiday Hope Auction will kick off with a luncheon at The Stanwich Club on December 2nd where guests will preview the auction items.
What does it mean to be an antiracist? During this 90-minute session, we’ll answer this question by examining race as a social construct and briefly discussing the legacy of racism in the United States.
YWCA Greenwich is inviting you to an interactive event. Join us to learn about STEM and put these skills to use with fun, interesting projects facilitated by our own YWCA Hub middle schoolers.
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Celebrate survivors and honor victims who have lost their lives
A month long art show featuring work by domestic abuse services clients and volunteers
As we continue to mark Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, please join us for In Their Shoes on Wednesday, October 13 at 7 pm
Join our virtual presentation! Be Red Cross Ready. Get a Kit. Make a Plan. Be Informed. Tuesday, October 5th @ 5:00pm
Join us Saturday, September 25 for our annual Family Fun Fair. Come view our building and have fun. Art & Crafts, Games, Bouncy House and the Splash Pad. This event is free and open to the community.
Join our panel of experts as they help us understand Critical Race Theory, explore the value of discussing race and racism in institutional settings, and consider what this moment reveals about our collective capacity to become an antiracist society.
YWCA Greenwich is proud to partner with Jane Doe No More and East Coast Training Systems to host a FREE self-defense training class for women and girls ages 15 and older. Participants will learn awareness and prevention tips, escape strategies, and striking techniques designed to disable assailants and enable escape. Cis-gender and transgender women and girls are invited to participate.
Learn how you can save a life!
Bring the family and come watch Luca while having a blast in the pool! This event is free and open to the community.
Despite trying times and uncertainty, Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman encourages us to let moments of challenge inspire action. Reflect on her words and the events of 2020.
Despite trying times and uncertainty, Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman encourages us to let moments of challenge inspire action. Reflect on her words and the events of 2020.
Join us for a thought-provoking talk with Nina Restieri about what it takes to start a business when you’re a full-time mom, and how to put your own needs on the to do list — no matter how many kids you have.
Stop by Vineyard Vines on June 18 to grab a gift for yourself or the special person in your life!
To support YWCA’s programs and services.
As a Dementia Friend, you new understanding and attitudes will guide the practical actions you can take to help someone with dementia living in your home, your family or you community.
Hear from Dave Sifry, ADL VP for the Center on Technology and Society, on the rise in hate online, how ADL is pushing the world's largest technology and social media companies to do a better job blocking hate, the trends in hate we are seeing in the billion dollar business of online gaming, and how you can be a part in the fight against hate.
Race and racism are two words used with great frequency that can mean very different things to different people. To dismantle racism, we need to understand its origins and its various dimensions.
Benefiting YWCA Domestic Abuse Services