Friends and Visitors
Tours at our houses in New York to South Carolina
As we transition into the last quarter of our 2016 tour season, each of the houses remaining very busy with tours and special events. Since Labor Day, the following groups have visited Edgewater: The Clark Art Institute, the Rockford Art Museum, Highlands- Cashiers Chamber Music Festival, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Historic New England, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Collectors from Laguna Beach, California.
At the Baker House, there was also a presentation and cocktail reception for the Friends of Boscobel House and Gardens, a restored Federal-period house on the Hudson River built between 1804-1808, and a great time was had by all who attended.
Not having the draw of the northern fall foliage that brings visitors to the Hudson River Valley, the Roper House was nonetheless not to be out-done and welcomed students from Clemson University, donors of Chamber Music Charleston for a cocktail reception celebrating their 10th Anniversary, The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, The Guggenheim Museum, participants of the Preservation Society of Charleston‘s 40th Annual Fall Tours, and guests from Virtuoso Voyager Club Cruises.
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Before we close our 2016 calendar at Millford, we are looking forward to welcoming members of the Women’s Council from the Gibbes Museum of Art, who will visit Millford for a tour of the mansion followed by a box lunch and the Shaw-Sumter Community Council reception for members of the Air Force and Sumter community who will come together to celebrate the spirit of cooperation between these two entities, which was formed over 60 years ago.
To close out the Millford calendar, we are very much looking forward to Yuletide at Millford, presented by The Azalea Garden Club of Manning, SC, which will take place on Saturday and Sunday, December 3rd and 4th. Please see below and visit our website for additional information.
In New York City, members of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art will visit the Baker House as well as Carroll Financial and the American Friends of the Georgian Group.
As you begin to plan for your next “Adventure with Old Houses”, please consider our wonderful sites – we would look forward to welcoming each you, your friends and your guests next year.