Sunday August 28th, 2016
2:00 – 5:00 PM
Historic Pump House Property
7 Bobbett Ln
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Join us for this inaugural event to benefit the Gustav Stickley House Foundation, supporting the restoration of Gustav Stickley’s Syracuse home at 438 Columbus Ave. Learn about the exciting plans for the project and future of this important Central New York structure and its unique legacy in The Arts & Crafts Movement.
Tickets: All tickets will be include hors d’oeuvres, beverages – including wine & beer samplings, and tours of the historic Pump House. This is a Rain or Shine event.
Patron: $250 (entry for two)
Sponsor: $500 (entry for two, including a shoreline cruise for two*)
Benefactor: $1,000 (entry for four, including a shoreline cruise for four*)
Sponsor and Benefactor levels will receive acknowledgement at the event and in all related materials, as well as ongoing recognition on the Foundation website.
The Gustav Stickley House Foundation was formed to aid in the restoration and preservation of the Stickley home, which is currently owned by the University Neighborhood Preservation Association (UNPA). At this time, all donations and ticket sales for our summer fundraiser will be processed through UNPA, a registered 501(c)(3) organization. If you have any questions, call 315.463.1568 or email us at email@example.com.
Reserve Tickets Via Mail:
To reserve your tickets to this fundraiser, download the Ticket Reservation Form and mail it in completed with a check payable to University Neighborhood Preservation Association with GSHF 2016 Fundraiser in the memo section of the check.
Mail completed forms and payments to:
University Neighborhood Preservation Association
102 Circle Road
Syracuse, NY 13210
Historic Pump House
7 bobbett Ln, Skaneateles, NY 13152
Free street parking is available along E. Lake Road. Shuttle carts will operate from the E. lake Rd entrance of Bobbett Ln down to the Pump House property.
The great grand children of Gustav Stickley will serve as our Hosts for this inaugural fundraising event at their cherished summer home. The same home where Gustav spent many visits with his children and grandchildren. The Pump House (circa 1890) was the original pumping station for the Syracuse water supply. It became a family summer home in the 1930’s and continues as a cherished retreat today. The home contains numerous Gustav Stickley furnishings and other family memorabilia.
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