Scene… The Good Provenance hosted a weekend of buying to learn Children in Disaster, donating 10 p.c of final weekend’s sale of things, together with a wine- and chocolate-tasting with Napa Valley’s One Hope Wines and domestically owned Pure Happinuts. Proprietor and former Greenwich resident Lisa Lori was on the town from California for the festivities. Seen on the occasion and on the retailer over the weekend have been WNBC-TV newscaster and Stamford resident Chuck Scarborough and his spouse Ellen, who loved Saturday lunch; Howard Stern’s producer Gary Dell’abate and his spouse Mary of Riverside; CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota of Greenwich; and Greenwich Journal’s editor in chief Cristin Marandino. Along with the Greenwich flagship retailer, The Good Provenance opened a retailer in Tiburon, Calif., in July and is opening a 3rd location in Napa in Could. Greenwich-based Children in Disaster works to make sure the well-being of kids with very important 24-hour companies.
On the market… The Greenwich Botanical Heart will maintain its Could Gardener’s Market 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Could 1. The market will function a wide range of sellers gathered on the GBC on the Montgomery Pinetum, providing a large assortment of vegetation, horticulturally impressed equipment and natural meals merchandise. A kids’s eco-project will even be supplied. The annual fundraiser helps the academic and senior outreach packages of the Greenwich Botanical Heart. For more information and parking directions, name 203-869-9242, or go to www.greenwichbotanicalcenter.org.