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The Butterfly Ball takes flight on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7 pm in Hempstead House. Celebrated Long Island chefs and North Fork wineries come together for the first time to create a spectacular feast in support of proposed enhancements to the preserve’s magnificent outdoor environment. Projects in development include a demonstration organic vegetable garden and fruit orchard, a shady playground, fitness course, dog run, among others – all useful and enriching new services for families and individuals in the community. The 216-acre Sands Point Preserve on the legendary Guggenheim Estate is one of Nassau County’s most beautiful parks, with massive Gatsby-era mansions overlooking the Long Island Sound. The Conservancy welcomes Nassau County Executive Laura Curran as the event’s Guest of Honor. The Conservancy also welcomes dozens of live exotic butterflies to a special garden habitat in the mansion’s mezzanine-level Morning Room. The VIP reception “Champagne & Butterflies” runs 6 – 7 pm in this immersive environment, which is also on view for families on Sunday, April 29 at 2 – 4 pm.
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Campaigns: The Butterfly Ball - Benefit for Gardens & Outdoor Projects
The Butterfly Ball takes flight on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7 pm in Hempstead House. Celebrated Long Island chefs and North Fork wineries come together for the first time to create a spectacular feast in support of proposed enhancements to the preserve’s magnificent outdoor environment. Projects in development include a demonstration organic vegetable garden and fruit orchard, a shady playground, fitness course, dog run, among others – all useful and enriching new services for families and individuals in the community. The 216-acre Sands Point Preserve on the legendary Guggenheim Estate is one of Nassau County’s most beautiful parks, with massive Gatsby-era mansions overlooking the Long Island Sound. The Conservancy welcomes Nassau County Executive Laura Curran as the event’s Guest of Honor. The Conservancy also welcomes dozens of live exotic butterflies to a special garden habitat in the mansion’s mezzanine-level Morning Room. The VIP reception “Champagne & Butterflies” runs 6 – 7 pm in this immersive environment, which is also on view for families on Sunday, April 29 at 2 – 4 pm.
   
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