Signs Of Spring Designers’ Showcase

Mill Neck Manor in the spring
Mill Neck Manor in the spring

The Mill Neck Family of Organizations, along with the esteemed Mansions & Millionaires, is presenting the Signs of Spring Designers’ Showcase 2015, on Saturday, May 2, through Sunday, June 14, at Mill Neck Manor, 40 Frost Mill Rd., Mill Neck. The hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The showcase is open on Memorial Day from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds will benefit Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf, part of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations.

Chevalier a la lance
Chevalier a la lance

The work of more than 30 celebrated interior designers and artists will be on view. In keeping with the theme, Where Art and Design Merge into Signs of Spring, these talented artisans will creatively incorporate an American Sign Language sign into their unique designs. The showcase features varied boutiques, Anton Media Group-sponsored short lectures by local historians, architects and home decor experts, guided tours, the Tudor Café for lunch and refreshments and ample on-site parking. This year’s showcase will also debut an exclusive Salvador Dalí exhibit of one-of-a-kind originals and prints, curated by Meisner Gallery. The showcase marks the retirement, after 44 years, of Carole Aronson and Arlene Travis, founders of Mansions & Millionaires. It is a tribute to the partners for their many years of dedication to raising both awareness for historic preservation and money for charities.
Admission is $30 (general), $28 (seniors), $26 (groups for 20 minutes) and $7 (children 12 and younger). To purchase tickets, visit www.millneck.org. For more information, call Nancy Leghart at 516-628-4243 or Michelle Yadoo at 516-628-4231.

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  1. Please enjoy ROOM 7 Mind Spring – Mill Neck Manor – “Signs of Spring” Benefit – Mind Spring is my room 7 – It is the story of Pinks, a magical creature who dwells on the grounds of Mill Neck, enjoying the beauty of her surroundings. She noticed that some of her flowering friends would go missing from the gardens but she would see them through the windows of the big house. Pinks wondered why they would leave the open air and go inside . . . . . . . . . .

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