Thursday, September 22
8:15 am - 3:30 pm
Join us for a September 22nd trip to Hillstead-Museum, a 1901 Colonial Revival home and National Historic Landmark on 152 stately acres.
The museum has a superb collection of French Impressionists. Two women were responsible for the home of Alfred Pope Riddle. His daughter Theodate Pope Riddle was the architect and Beatrix Ferrand designed the Sunken Gardens – a feature of our docent led tour. Please use this form to register online:
$50 members, $55 non-members
Members-only registration thru September 8th
Open registration begins September 9th
Registration deadline September 19th (confirmed only with payment)
Checks payable to Rowayton Gardeners should be mailed to: Judy Heilmann, 3 McKinley Street, Rowayton, CT 06853
No refunds will be given unless your spot can be filled from our waiting list.