Conservation

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A Taste of Duveneck Patron Party

May 06, 2014 - 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

WHERE:
Henry Probasco House

The Patron Party for A Taste of Duveneck will be held at the historic Henry Probasco House in Clifton, hosted by John and Sara Neyer. Norman Romanesque Revival in style, the home was completed in 1866 after more than six years of exacting construction and will be a real treat to visit.

  

A Taste of Duveneck Patron or Benefactor ticket required for attendance.

 

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