The by-invitation-only event was at the elegant home of Coral Gables residents and HPACG members Elizabeth and Filippo Ghia.
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The City Beautiful Movement was a reform philosophy of North American architecture and urban planning that flourished during the 1890s and 1900s with the intent of introducing beautification and monumental grandeur in cities.
Over 60 guests enjoyed the sold-out fundraising affair. Proceeds benefit historic resources and their preservation in Coral Gables and beyond.
Lunch in the Tea Room and private tour of the estate. Advance sales only. Limited availability. Paid reservations by April 15.
Beautiful evening! Thank you Jay Brooks and Pastor Phillip Short for the opportunity to learn about the history of First United Methodist Church. The organ concert was exceptional! Wow! Love the organ? Want to add some music to your day? Join Jay Brooks every first Thursday of the month at 12.30pm in the Church sanctuary. […]
President Karelia Martinez Carbonell says, “We love pampering our patrons” at the annual George Giving Society benefactor event on February 9th hosted by the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables at the home of past president and board member Lisa Bennett and husband Richard. Guests included Commissioner Jeannett Slesnick, George Circle members Maria Alicia and […]
The Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables along with Professional Bank, a tenant at 396 Alhambra, hosted an elegant, vintage equestrian-themed fundraiser at the fourth floor rooftop terrace overlooking the historic Alhambra Circle. Guests enjoyed sitting al fresco on a beautiful South Florida winter evening in honor of people, places, and things.
The George Giving Society is an annual campaign for unrestricted giving to the Association. For information about joining, please contact HPACG President Karelia Martinez Carbonell at email@example.com