Stay tuned for news on the Spring 2016 Soiree!!!
Thank you to all who supported the NHPA through our annual fundraisng party!! What a fun, beautiful evening!!
Saturday January 24, 2015
“A Winter Evening at Historic Sarke Plantation, circa 1790″
“Imagine a cold winter evening from another era, with friends gathering in front of the fire, story-telling and the laughter of all present.
Outside the winter wind is howling, but here we dine surrounded by glorious decorations of crystal, snowflake kissed flowers and candlelight.
The night is warm indeed.”
A Winter Evening st Sarke Plantation To Benefit the Handsell Restoration Rund
Sponsor Level Guests
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Buczek
Joan and Stephen Dazansky
Sally and Fred Haller
Ellen and Bob Higgins
Beth Ann and Jim Lynch
Ruth D. Braxton
Jane and Charles F. Dougherty
Jane and Stephen Escher
Martha and Jack Graham
Lee Ellen and John Griffith
Midge and Jon Ingersoll
Ann and Bill Kirkland
Dr. Carol Lewis
Fran and Jim Lewis
Faye H. Nave
Deborah Ann Lenz-Roe
Clara Mae Stephens
Helen and Jack Saum
Bill Stratton and Joanne Schehl
Alison Buczek Midge Ingersoll Shirley Jackson Beth Ann Lynch Miriam Zijp-Koedijk
About our Soirees
Every year since 2006, the Nanticoke Historic Preservation has held a gala Fundraiser for the efforts to restore Handsell. The Soiree is held each year during a different season and always at a historic place in Dorchester County. The theme of the Soiree is tailored to the location or other seasonal themes. All the proceeds from the last two Soirees, and all those in the immediate future will benefit the “Handsell Restoration Fund”.
Our Soiree’s in the past have included:
The 2013 End of Summer Soiree was held at private historic Hill’s Point Farm.
2012 Spring “1812 Soiree” at Cambridge House Bed and Breakfast
2007 Spring Soiree – held at Friendship Hall, East New Market
2008 Summer Soiree – held at the Captain Levi Phillips House, Cambridge
2009 Autumn Soiree “After the Hunt” – held at Weston Farms, Vienna
2011 Winter Soiree “A Night at Thomas’ Tavern” – held at “Addition to Rosses Chance”, circa 1750, Cornersville