SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017
4:00-7:30 PM
9002 Crefeld Street

Hosted & Chaired by Iain and Kimberly Dukes, and featuring live music, light fare, and signature cocktails by Liberty Gin’s Walter Palmer. The very special venue for the Perennial Fete during the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s 50th Anniversary this year is the stunning “Homewood,” a Norman-style country house constructed in 1929-30. Owned by Temple University for many years and affectionately known as the Dixon House, this iconic home returned to private ownership in 1996. Join the Conservancy community celebrating the start of summer here! The Perennial Fete supports the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s mission to preserve the architectural, historical, and environmental resources that define the Chestnut Hill area. (Image: Thomas Romanyshyn)

The 2017 Perennial Fete Committee – Carolyn Adams – Martha & Will Agate – Jessica Bauman – Bob Boyer & Jessie Deming – Susan Bray – Tom Brummett – Victoria & George Coates – Patricia Cove – Ann Csink – Nate Day – Gene & Charlie Dilks – Diane & John Drinker – Kathlyn Egan – Krista Gebbia – Sandy & Tim Greenwood – Shirley Hanson – Eileen & Ron Javers – Cecile Mihalich – Marilyn Paucker – Susan & Bob Peck – John Romano – Tim Shoup – Ellen Sisle – Richard Snowden & Fred Holzerman – Susan Soltis – Mary Sue Welsh – Invitation by Tom Romanyshyn – Lori Salganicoff, Executive Director


Ticket options:

  • $175 Meadow Sage ticket (patrons special recognition)
  • $95 Aster ticket (regular ticket)

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Chestnut Hill Conservancy 50th Anniversary Presenting Sponsor

Chestnut Hill Conservancy 50th Anniversary Sponsors

Perennial Fete Program Sponsors

Last year’s Perennial Fete on June 5, 2016, was a gorgeous evening and a tremendous success! Held at the historic home and spectacular garden of Jessie Deming and Bob Boyer, guests faced down the threat of storms to enjoy live music, wonderful food, and cocktails. The event, chaired by Michelle and Jim Sage, raised essential funding for the Conservancy’s work to protect unique historic architecture and cultural landscape of the Chestnut Hill area, and was sponsored by Bowman Properties, Gold Medal Environmental, and Stable Tables. Charleston SC-based auctioneer George Read led the evening’s program.