GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich United Way, in association with Community Answers, will hold its annual Comedy Night Fundraiser, “Brew HaHa," on Friday, Oct. 2, at the Performing Arts Center of Greenwich Country Day School.
The school is at 401 Old Church Road in Greenwich. The show will feature three comedians from New York's "Gotham Comedy Club", dinner from some of Connecticut’s most popular food trucks, music provided by Dead on the Tracks and more.
The fun starts with gourmet pizza provided by the "Big Green Truck Pizza," gourmet burgers provided by Cowabunga, Tacos by Taco Pacifico and desserts and coffee by Caffe Bon from 6-7:45 p.m. The night then moves on to the funny acts of three of New York City's top rated comedians from 8-10 p.m.
Tickets are available starting at $125. The event launches the Greenwich United Way’s annual community-wide campaign raising essential funds for critically needed local services.
Event Co-Chairs, Nina Bliley, Anne Franscione, and Erin McCall will present Brew HaHa at a new venue with more food trucks, beer and wine, United Way’s famous Cork Game and music. The price of admission includes dinner, beverages and the show.
Visit the Greenwich United Way website to purchase tickets or call 203-869-2221.
This fundraiser is made possible through donations made at the sponsorship level by Greenwich Hospital, Fieldpoint Private, Greenwich Professional Fire Fighters Local 1042 and Moffly Media.
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