| Apr 20, 2011 |
Designers create tablescapes for Greenwich Red & White Ball
Boh staff
By Staff

The Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross's annual Red & White Ball, hosted by actor Stephen Baldwin, will feature some of New York's top designers and florists who will create tablescapes for 400 dinner guests. The event takes place April 30th at the Net Jets Hangar at the Westchester Airport and includes cocktails, silent and live auctions, dinner and dancing.

Erin Olivier Designs and Rebecca Tier Soskin

Participants include: Barclay Butera, Susan Bednar Long, Amy Aidis Hirsch, Carey Karlan, Catherine Cleare, Debbie Fields, Diane James Home, Linda Ruderman,  Richard Granoff, Hoagland’s, Marcia Tucker, Michael Tavano, and Olley Court, Rebecca Soskin, to name a few.

Olga Adler Interiors

“The work the Red Cross performs is so important for our society and for cultures around the world.  Assisting people in their most desperate times of need can make all the difference in someone’s survival. It is a charity well worth supporting” said designer Barclay Butera, the honorary chair of the event. 

The Flower Bar

Themed “Help is Here,” the event proceeds will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Funds also continually given back globally through the purchase equipment, the creation of infrastructure and the training of highly skilled response volunteers; allowing the Red Cross to provide assistance whenever and wherever help is in need. 

"Involving the country’s premier designers with the showcase tabletop will extend the reach of Greenwich Red Cross into an important industry which will help fund its vital relief programs,” said Marianne Howatson, CEO of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens magazine, the media sponsor of the event.

For tickets and information, visit the Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross website.

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