The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to honor Barbara and Ray Dalio at our “History in the Making” event for their philanthropic contributions to Greenwich & beyond, and their commitment to ensuring a future that offers generations to come opportunities to make our world at large a better place. We are excited to announce that businessman, investor, and philanthropist David Rubenstein will be interviewing the Dalios in an intimate fireside chat, and Indra Nooyi, former Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, and last year’s honoree, will be presenting the award.
Proceeds from the event will help expand and enhance our educational programs, including the partnership between the Historical Society and Title 1 schools in Greenwich.
We have met our maximum capacity for this event and tickets are no longer available. To inquire about a waiting list, please contact Laura Kelly at email@example.com .
To ensure the health and safety of all participants, all guests, staff, vendors, and volunteers must provide proof of COVID vaccination or negative PCR test in order to attend this event. The History in the Making cocktail reception will be held outdoors on the Belle Haven Club lawn overlooking the Long Island Sound. Dinner will be held under a tent on the patio. The Belle Haven Club requests that face masks are worn in all public areas.
Please upload a scan or photo of your vaccination card or present proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the event.