Sixth Annual Preservation Luncheon

Benefits the Vizcayans

Lydia Touzet

Tuesday, February 25, 2014, at 11 a.m.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami
305-856-4866, Ext. 3

On Tuesday, February 25, 2014, The Vizcayans will host their sixth annual Preservation Luncheon, fondly referred to as the “Hat Luncheon,” at the historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. The al-fresco luncheon will be blossoming with stylish hats and elegant attire galore, reminiscent of fashionable daytime soirees in the formal Italianate gardens, which were a tradition in Vizcaya’s early years as James Deering’s European-inspired home, opened in 1916.

The afternoon will begin with a glorious cocktail reception where guests will sip on champagne and enjoy decadent hors d’oeuvres.

Guests then proceed to a lavish dining experience in a beautifully decorated pavilion that includes an exquisite four-course catered lunch.

The Vizcayan’s Preservation Luncheon, inspired by the Central Park Conservancy’s “Hat luncheon” held each year in New York, was founded by Norma Quintero in 2009 during her term as president of the Vizcayans in an effort to raise money to protect the estate’s viewshed. All proceeds from this and all Vizcayans events currently benefit a comprehensive restoration plan for Vizcaya’s buildings, gardens and outdoor statuary.

Norma Quintero, Frank Everett

For addition information or to inquire about tickets, please call 305-856-4866, Ext. 3.

About The Vizcayans

The Vizcayans engage broad participation in the preservation and advancement of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens as an accredited museum and a National Historic Landmark through financial support, advocacy and other activities. The proceeds of the event will support The Vizcayans and their mission.

Founders attending the luncheon









Christina Getty-Maercks
Lilli Borger, Leslie Bowe and Regina Edelman

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