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Cabaret by the River: A Virtual Fundraiser

Thank you to all who helped make the 2020 Cabaret a successful event!

Your support is most appreciated.

Corporate Sponsors: Bryn Mawr Trust Company, Grant Thornton, JP Morgan, Maury, Donnelly & Parr, Inc. and Verdis Investment Management

Community Sponsors: Connelly Foundation and Glen Foerd on the Delaware

Cabaret Commitee Co-Chairs: 

Kristin & Jamie Biddle, George Coates, Jr., Amy M. Coes, Alexandra Kirtley, Bill McLaughlin, Kathy Norris, Gretchen E. Roede, James A. Scott, June Marshall Smith, Richard W. Snowden and Laura S. Thayer

Cabaret Committee:

Producers: Kristin & Jamie Biddle, Ed & Ridgely Biddle, Letitia C. Biddle & David A. Knox, Pam Biddle & Joel Fishman, Wing & Cathy Biddle, Don & Linda Caldwell, Amy & Putnam Coes, June & Hank Smith, Richard W. Snowden & Fred Holzerman, Laura & David Thayer

Impresarios: Bill & Rosemary Hankowsky, Lisa Witomski & James Scott

Promoters: Ashley & Jason Bernhard, Broadpath PR, Enroute/ Bill Gehrman & Christopher Mullins, First Trust Portfolios, Jenny Rose and Augustus Carey, Elizabeth & Henry Mellon, Wendie & Mark Steffens/Kurfiss Sotheby's Intl Realty

Hosts: Julie & Jim Alexandre, Amy Branch & Jeff Benoliel, Emily & Mike Cavanagh, Lisa Elden, Melissa B. Epperly, Chris & Irma Fralic, Alexandra & Roger Kirtley, John & Amy Korman, Alfred D. Hagen, Paul Meyer, Molly Murphy & Greg Rigdon, Katharine H. Norris, Maja Paumgarten & John Parker, Andrew & Ann Rose, Senator Tommy Tomlinson, Cordelia B. Dietrich & Jesse Zanger

 

Support The Andalusia Foundation and a Special Restoration Project


Your tax-deductible donation will help the Foundation replicate, as closely as possible, the beautiful silk damask drapes that Charles J. and Katharine Biddle chose in the early 20th century for the Big House dining room, and help restore the richness to this beautiful room.

DONATE TO SPECIAL RESTORATION FUND

 

The Andalusia Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which supports the continuing preservation of Andalusia, a nineteen-century house museum and gardens, open to the public since 1980. The Andalusia Foundation was established to care for this important National Historic Landmark, its furnishings, surrounding gardens, and property for the benefit of scholars, students and the general public.

 

Images below from the 2019 Cabaret by the River