Friday, August 21st
Celebrate the seasonal blooms available in your own garden, a friend’s yard, the farmers market, or local floral shops, and lift your spirits by bringing the outdoors in during this virtual floral how-to.
Wednesday, September 2nd
Registered users received an email with the Zoom link this morning. If you are registered but cannot find that link, please contact email@example.com.Tune in from home to explore the stories behind Hillwood's extraordinary gardens and celebrate the publication of A Garden For All Seasons: Marjorie Merriweather Post's Hillwood.
Friday, September 11th
Inspired by Marguerite Gérard’s idyllic and sentimental ode to the Enlightenment and emerging views of motherhood, create a highly romantic floral arrangement with Ami Wilber, floral and event décor designer via Zoom.
Friday, September 18th
Tuesday, September 22nd
Hillwood’s 2020 gala will not take place. Instead, Executive Director Kate Markert and Co-Chairs Kathryn Vigé Hicks, Mark Lowham, Donna Roberts, and Shannon Stichman invite you to support Hillwood’s first ever “No Gala” Gala. Purchase a “ticket” or become a sponsor and further Hillwood's mission to share the cultural treasure that Marjorie Merriweather Post left for the public's enjoyment.
Wednesday, September 23rd
In this virtual art tour for families, children ages 3-10 and their adults explore Hillwood's art from home via live video chat, guided by a museum educator.
Thursday, September 24th
Tune in from home to learn why the American public, collectors and critics fell in love with the work of Bouguereau, a Frenchman who never visited the United States.If you registered for this event but cannot find the link that was emailed this morning, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, September 25th
As summer wanes, prepare and preserve your herb garden for a flavorful fall and winter.