LongHouse Reserve hosted their annual Members Holiday Gathering on Saturday, November 25th in East Hampton. Jack Lenor Larsen greeted guests on a sunny day in the gardens and in the Pavilion, toasting the holiday season with music from the Calvary Baptist Church Choir, apple cider, hot toddies, espresso martinis and a delicious vegetarian chili and cornbread. Many members attached their holiday wishes to Yoko Ono’s Wishing Tree.
Guests included: Alice Aycock, Mary Busch, Max Bonbrest, Lukie and Harvey Bernstein, Sherri Donghia, Sarah Duke, Dee Dee Taylor Eustace, Nina Gillman, Katja Goldman, Elsa Gould, Andrea Karambelas, Mark Levine, Steve and Sandy Perlbinder, Faith Popcorn, Carol and Alex Rosenberg, Elleb Roberston, Jo Ann Secor, Timothy Shell, Michael Sonnenfeldt, Lee Skolnick and James Zajac
About LongHouse Reserve
LongHouse Reserve exemplifies curated living with art in all forms. Founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, its collections, gardens, sculpture and programs reflect world cultures and inspire a creative life. LongHouse Reserve is a 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden located in East Hampton, NY, featuring works from Buckminster Fuller, Yoko Ono and William de Kooning to name only a few.