NYC LIFE: Making a Difference, Music, Theater, Museums and More
One of the things we love about you dear Tomatoes, is that you give back. We hope you’ll join us for a special evening on Oct. 2 celebrating International Day of the Girl. The Three Tomatoes is a proud supporter. Speaking of purpose our friends at TTN have an upcoming workshop on ways to give back. Tomatoes also like to have fun and our wine trip last Sunday was awesome. Check out our photos and you will so wish you had been there. The Guggenheim has new exhibits. Valerie Smaldone says “Fern Hill” at 59E59 explores communal living in later years, with an excellent cast. And below are highlights of events you’ll want to add to your calendar this fall!
Are you frustrated and weary in today’s topsy crazy dating world? Are you tired of first dates that never to get to second dates? Are you just starting to get back into the dating game? Are you looking for a mate and not just a date? Well this event is for you ladies. And by the way, even if you’re not dating, you’ll enjoy this very entertaining evening – join us and bring a single friend. Get tickets.
Oct. 2. Help Give Girls a Brighter Feature
Please join Cheryl Benton (aka the “head Tomato”) and other members of the NYC Leadership Council for a wonderful event to celebrate International Day of the Girl. If you believe as we do that it is critical that girls everywhere – no matter where they are born – have a right to safety, medical care, education, and a chance at a great life then please join us.
We’ll have drinks, light bites, music, a fantastic interview with Emmy Award Winning Reporter, Cristian Benavides, from WPIX 11 News.
Our silent auction has tickets to Come From Away and Hamilton, a 7-10 day trip for 6 to Saint Lucia, jewelry, spa services, and a few more goodies. You can buy tickets here.
Oct. 2. Celebrating Women
There’s no doubt that women 45 plus are living OUT LOUD these days. Our friends at NextTribe are giving the stage to accomplished female writers, photographers, artists, business women and activists so that they can be SEEN and HEARD. Join them for an inspiring evening that includes drinks and appetizers too. Tomatoes get 10% off with code 3TOM. Get the details.
Oct. 3. Women of the Friars Club Luncheon
Tomatoes have been extended this special invitation to a members’ only event at the Friars Club. Do you remember Hollywood legend Carol Baker? Well you’ll love the conversation with the inside scoop on her life and career with author and film historian Foster Hirsch from his book “Hollywood Confidential.” $55 (plus alcohol, tax, gratuity) includes lunch and an autographed copy of his book. You’ll meet lots of other interesting women too. To make a reservation email the event producer, Jane Shevell at Jms500sl@aol.com.
Oct. 5. Broadway Israel at Feinstein’s/54.
International theater and concert star, Isaac Sutton, will welcome two Broadway Guest Stars upon his return to Feinstein’s/54 Below, with an encore performance of his acclaimed show, BROADWAY ISRAEL. Joining him are Ali Ewoldt, who has appeared on Broadway in Phantom of The Opera, Les Misérables and The King and I, and Amanda Jane Cooper, one of the longest running Glindas in Wicked on Broadway. Get details and tickets.
Oct. 16. From Me to We: Living and Working with Purpose
You’re got years of expertise and knowledge and you want to give back using those many talents in a more purposeful way. This is about more than just volunteering your time. Or maybe you want to start your own non-profit, or a new business for that matter, or improve an existing one? Learn how in this special TTN workshop, given in partnership with NYWIB, that can help you align your personal goals with your inherent values to make a world of difference.
And that’s all while enjoying a light meal and refreshments in a modern conference setting. 6pm to 9pm | Microsoft Conference Center, 11 Times Square, New York | $39. Get details here.