Cancelled: You're Invited: A Jazz-age Evening at Blithewold Inspired by hit PBS television series Downton Abbey
A Jazz-age Evening at Blithewold
Inspired by hit PBS television series Downton Abbey
On Sunday, the First of March
Six O' Clock in the Evening
At Blithewold Mansion Gardens & Arboretum
Blithewold cordially requests the pleasure of your company for an evening of cocktails,
hors d'oeuvres, music and merriment!
Downton inspired costumes encouraged.
* A charitable donation of $55 per person is requested.
Click here to register.
Music by the Dick Lupino Trio
Costumes/Creative Direction by Everett Hoag of Fountain Street Creative
Drinks by Grapes & Grains, Barrington
Photo booth and event photos done by Allan Millora Photography
Click here to view photos from last year.
Wednesday, April 06
- Wednesday, October 05
Saturday, April 16
- Saturday, October 08
Wednesday, May 04
- Wednesday, June 08
Watercolor Painting at Blithewold with Artist Mary Ellen Dwyer
Wednesday, May 04
- Monday, October 10
Stephen Procter Sanctuaries and Destinations: Clay Vessels in the Garden
Tuesday, May 17
- Monday, May 30
#Don't Miss Moment Photo Contest
Tuesday, May 31
- Tuesday, July 05
Archives and Collections Tour with Curator Margaret Whitehead
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