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December 5, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Members’ Christmas Party$40 – $60
An evening of merriment and magic!
MEMBERS’ HOLIDAY PARTY
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Florence Griswold Museum
Old Lyme, Connecticut
In the Krieble Gallery, view your favorite palettes on Miss Florence’s Artist Trees and enjoy new additions by Jennifer Angus, Drew Archer, Shane DiVita, Elizabeth Foster, Matthew Greene, Karen Israel, Gail Laferriere, Jac Lahav, Janet Tilton Lee, Tricia Lowrey Lippert, Ben McLeod, Kenney Mencher, Karen Nangle, Mark Patnode, Jeremiah Gardner Patterson, Mell Scalzi, and Bill Vollers and Dawn Hutchins
Betsy Barry and Carole Maynard present two Fantasy Trees on the second floor of the Griswold House, designed to delight and inspire.
Enjoy hearty hors d’oeuvres and libations.
Holiday happiness is just a fa la la away with Co Co Beaux, Connecticut College’s male a cappella group, spreading joy in the galleries.
Make a little merriment of your own with hands-on holiday creation stations.
Members’ exclusive— receive a 20% discount tonight only when you purchase Miss Florence’s Artist Trees: Celebrating a Tradition of Painted Palettes for yourself and holiday gifts.
Many thanks to Christmas Shop Buyers Lee Pritchard and Sandy Thurston; Outdoor Designers Sheila Wertheimer, Linda Turner, and the Museum’s Garden Gang; and Griswold House decor by Matthew Marshall and David D.J. Rau.