The Great Love Debate comes to Greenwich

Why is everyone still single? This polarizing question will be the hot topic at the Great Love Debate at Greenwich Library on Thursday, April 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Fairfield County’s most eligible single men and women will be seated on opposite sides of Cole Auditorium, and brought together for this special night, all to talk about one elusive topic, love.

The panel discussion will be led by six romance professionals, including Thomas Edwards, Founder of The Professional Wingman & Confidence Unchained; Debbie Nigro, the host of The Debbie Nigro Show, Kris Ruby, TV commentator and social media and trend Expert as well as the CEO of Ruby Media Group; Brian Howie, author and creator of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds; Allyson Spellman, an empowerment coach, author, speaker and TV personality and Sandy Weiner, dating coach, radio host and founder of Last First Date.

The interactive town-hall style event will be moderated by Samantha Knapp, a writer as well as a TV and radio personality.

“We are thrilled to be bringing this unique, entertaining, and engaging event to Greenwich,” Ms. Knapp said. “Fairfield and Westchester County singles are extremely passionate about love, the evening will be a really fun and exciting way to raise questions and find answers!”

Tickets must be purchased in advance at LoveCT.eventbrite.com. Enter LOVECT15 in the Promo Code and save $15 off the original price of $35.

Sales are limited to 150 spots per gender. Following the event, all ticketholders are invited to an afterparty at Blackstones Steakhouse.

The debate will take place in Greenwich Library’s Cole Auditorium, located at 101 West Putnam Avenue.

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