Heritage Conservancy is pleased to announce it will hold its Christmas at Aldie fundraiser gala this year on Sunday, December 7th, at Aldie Mansion in Doylestown, PA. Hosting to a sell-out crowd every year, this annual black-tie gala gets guests into the holiday spirit while rallying behind a cause that’s important to us all: preserving and protecting our natural and historic heritage. Aldie Mansion, a historic structure built in 1927 that had fallen into disrepair until Heritage Conservancy restored it for use as its headquarters, will serve as the perfect backdrop to emphasize the significance of this cause.
Along with cozy fires in the fireplace and a delicious meal prepared by Jeffrey A. Miller Catering, Aldie Mansion’s lavish décor will set the stage for holiday cheer and excitement. Just as the von Trapp family once caroled for guests at Aldie Mansion during a Christmas party held in the 1940s, Heritage Conservancy will keep this musical tradition alive during Christmas at Aldie with carols sung by the Lenape Middle School Choir!
An original painting by renowned Bucks County artist Christoper Willett, The Spirit of Old Doylestown (shown above), that depicts a beautiful winterscape will be auctioned off during the evening. Proceeds from the event will benefit natural and historic resource protection.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, click HERE.