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Dalio throws Greenwich a party

June 01, 2011   Lawrence Delevingne

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The inaugural Greenwich Town Party—which was scheduled for May 28 as of press time—was a sell-out event, and locals may have a famous hedgie neighbor to thank for the bash. An anonymous donor, widely reported to be Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio, was the event’s lead sponsor. The party was set to feature live music, food from local restaurants and family-friendly activities. According to Greenwich Time, Dalio wanted to "replicate the community feel he saw on display during visits with his wife to Spain, where every town has an annual party."

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