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Smart Kids Toys
17 E Elm St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Smart Kids Toys sells educational toys for children aged newborn to 12 years old. Items for sale are carefully chosenMore and many are rated according to developmental attributes with the shop's unique FUNdamentals system. Smart Kids is locally owned and has been around for more than 20 years. Look for the brick building with the red awning and benches in front.
Greenwich Newcomers Society
40 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
Gregory and Haley Kraut founded the Greenwich Newcomers Society when they moved to Cos Cob, as a means of providing newMore residents with the information and social opportunities they sought as newcomers to the town. Monthly meetings take place at Jewels By Viggi. The society hosts a number of social events like poker nights and boat cruises. Members also recieve discounts at local restaurants and shops. New members are always welcome, and at this time, membership is free of charge.
Upper Crust
197 Sound Beach Ave, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Voted "Best Bagel Shop in Fairfield County," for 2005 - 2010, Upper Crust is known for their fresh bagels. PriorMore to starting the business in 1994, owners Robert and Amy Guerrieri worked in the corporate sector. Today, they are proud to provide the Old Greenwich community with a "two-way support street."

Upper Crust's loyal customers continue to bring their business to the store and in exchange, the store supports local schools, charity events, marathons and other athletic events. The employees know their customers by name.

Greenwich Exchange for Women's Work
28 Sherwood Pl, Greenwich, CT 06830

Incorporated in 1901, the Greenwich Exchange for Women's Work supports local artisans and consigners by providing aMore marketplace for handcrafted items.

The shop, located inside a historic house, retails handmade children's clothes and blankets, vintage linens, gifts, antiques and collectibles to name but a few.

More than 200 consignors work with the organization, receiving nearly two-thirds of the selling price; remaining proceeds go toward operating expenses and charitable contributions. 

A volunteer Board of Directors manages the exchange and helps coordinate the annual Christmas Fair at the Round Hill Club each November.

The Exchange relies on its membership, volunteers and shop patrons. For information on how to get involved, or to glimpse the goods-on-offer, visit the Greenwich Exchange for Women's Work website.

Garelick & Herbs
44 W Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830
With shops in Westport and New Canaan in addition to Greenwich, Garelick & Herbs has gained a local reputation forMore its speciality catering. Their motto is "Eating Well." Menus include picnic, barbeque, cocktail, holiday, wedding, "break the fast," mitzvah, kiddush, baby naming, bris, corporate and more. It's also a convenient spot for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack. Hot and cold items are made fresh daily, there are a handful of tables and the stone and wood interior is tastefully decorated.  There's plenty of free parking in the private lot, too.
The Tobacconist of Greenwich
8 Havemeyer Pl, Greenwich, CT 06830

Owned by Jimmy "Cigars" Lacerra, this charming shop carries a large selection of fine cigars including Davidoff,More Avo, Zino, Griffin, Arturo Fuente and Winston Churchill.  It also sells accouterments such as humidors, pipes, tobacco, lighters, cases, cutters and ashtrays.

The 1000 square foot space has an Old World atmosphere. There are glass jars filled with loose tobacco, cigar-related books and walls adorned with framed articles and old photographs.

Join local aficionados at the Friday night cigar club, attend one of their popular special events, or hang out on a nice day with the friendly folks out front.

Greenwich Jaycees
45 E Putnam Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

Since the Junior Chamber nonprofit began in 1947, Greenwich Jaycees—one of nine in the state—has grown toMore one of the most reputable young professionals groups in the area.

In addition to monthy meetings, group members coordinate various community service projects and fundraisers, which include working at nearby soup kitchens, holiday shopping for the less fortunate and home refurbishment.

Membership is open to 21 to 41-year-olds. There are currently about 25 members.

Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month at various local bars and restaurants. 

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