NYC LIFE: Talent Show Highlights, Events, Broadway, Museums and More
This year’s Tomatoes Got Talent show was simply awesome. Watch the highlights video and congratulations to our winner, Christina Connors. Next up on the 3T events calendar is our Renewal Summit on May 11. And join us for a private tour of the historic Players Club. And what does Valerie Smaldone think of the latest revival of Oklahoma!? Read on. The Frick has a display of ceiling frescoes painted in 1730-31 for Palazzo Archinto in Milan by artist Giambattista Tiepolo – it’s the first time they’ve been displayed outside of Venice. Get your bonnet and head to the Easter parade and here are more events to add to your calendar for April and May.
April 27. TTN Spring Festival
Join our friends at the NYC Chapter of The Transition Network, a membership organization for professional women over 50. Enjoy live music, food, desserts, a live auction and more, and learn about TTN and their various interest groups and workshops. The event is free and you can bring a friend. REGISTER NOW
Saturday, April 27, 2019 |2pm to 6pm |HUC, 1 West 4th Street, New York (btwn Broadway and Mercer St.)
April 28. The Artistry of Afternoon Tea
Head to the NY Cake Academy and meet our friend and 3T contributor Ellen Easton, one of the tea industry’s leading experts for a session on the artistry of afternoon tea. From the kitchen to the table, from the preparation to presentation, tea time delicacies served English, French, Russian and buffet styles for one to one thousand, will allow you the luxury to entertain with effortless ease. You will be decorating tea style mini cakes, hand painting cookies and creating decorative tea sandwiches. A gift of tea to take home is included.
Ellen Easton, a renowned afternoon tea, etiquette and lifestyle authority, author Afternoon Tea~ Tips Terms and Traditions, TEA TRAVELS For the Holidays (RED WAGON PRESS), is a consultant to the hospitality and retail industries, whose clients have included hotels The Waldorf=Astoria and The Plaza.
April 28 from 2 to 5 PM. NYC Cake Academy 118 W. 22nd Street, NYC. Tickets are $95.
May 1. Shop, Mingle, Sip Wine and Save Girls from Sex Trafficking
The New York City Leadership Council of Plan International USA (which is chaired by the Head Tomato) invites you to join a vintage evening at Sophia’s, the iconic Greenwich, CT boutique for 40 years that counts many celebrities among their clientele. The shop is filled with 2 floors of vintage clothing, costume jewelry, wigs and accessories, gifts and collectables. 10% of sales will be donated to Plan international’s programs to stop the trafficking of thousands of girls in Nepal and Bangladesh. The event is free, but please register.
May 11. The Renewal Summit- Your Best Life Is Here!
Join us for an amazing day of fabulous speakers and panels on topics that include: Decluttering Your Life from The Inside Out; Beauty from the Inside Out; Emotional and Brain Health; Celebrating Mothers and Daughters; and Build Your Bucket List with Food and Travel Adventures. Get the details.
May 20. 3Ts Private Tour of the
Historic Players Club
Join us for a private tour of The Players Club, is a private social club founded in New York City by the noted 19th-century Shakespearean actor Edwin Booth. In 1888, Booth purchased an 1847 mansion at 16 Gramercy Park, reserved an upper floor for his residence, and turned the rest into a clubhouse. The building’s interior and part of its exterior were designed by architect Stanford White; its entryway gaslights are among the few remaining examples in New York City. It is reportedly the oldest club in its original clubhouse. The tour is one hour. Cost is $20 3T Insider Club Members and $30 for non-club members. We will then go to the bar (wine or cocktail additional.) May 20 at 3 PM. Get tickets here.