Many thanks to all who made our Annual Benefit on June 28, 2019, a huge success! Benefit attendees enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and the sounds of live jazz music in a beautiful garden setting. The evening included tours of Woodside house by principals from Ferguson and Shamamian Architects, the firm responsible for the restoration of this historic residence, originally designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris. Guests received updates about the work of Preservation Long Island from our President, Daniel W. White, and Executive Director, Alexandra Parsons Wolfe. Those in attendance were the first to hear about our recent grant awards including funding from the New York State Council on the Arts in support of our 2019 Endangered Historic Places Program. Click HERE for more pictures from the gathering.

LOCUST VALLEY, NY – A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside on June 28, 2019 (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside on June 28, 2019 (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – JUNE 28: Scott Sottile attends A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside on June 28, 2019 in Locust Valley, NY. (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside on June 28, 2019 (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – JUNE 28: Daniel W. White attends A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – JUNE 28: Alexandra Wolfe attends A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside(Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC/PMC)
LOCUST VALLEY, NY – JUNE 28: A Country House Gathering To Benefit Preservation Long Island at Woodside (Photo by Sean Zanni/PMC)

Mission Statement

Preservation Long Island is a not-for-profit organization committed to working with Long Islanders to protect, preserve, and celebrate our cultural heritage through advocacy, education, and the stewardship of historic sites and collections.

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