Interested in tonight's PENCOYD PREVIEW WALK? Please visit our website for some VERY important information about the walk!! Appropriate shoes are required and the length of the walk length has been extended!!! lmconservancy.org/event/pencoyd-preview-…th-chris-leswing/ ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Merion Conservancy 21st Annual Gala Thursday, June 2, 2016 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Wooded Hill The Home of Barbara and Craig Spencer 26 Old Gulph Road, Gladwyne Every year we are fortunate to be hosted by a supporter in one of the beautiful houses of the Main Line. This year is no exception. Barbara and Craig Spencer welcome you to join us at their historic estate, Wooded Hill, in Gladwyne. Aptly named, the estate overlooks six acres of historic wooded land along scenic Mill Creek. The Spencers, lifelong residents of Lower Merion and generous Conservancy supporters, have been admirable stewards of their property for three generations and look forward to welcoming you to their home. Wooded Hills’ beautiful rolling landscape overlooks Mill Creek engulfed by wild natural gardens and scenic woodland views. Please register by Friday, April 22, 2016 to be listed on the Gala invitation. Gala Ticket Levels Diamond Benefactor: $750 Benefactor: $500 Patron: $300 Steward: $175 Purchase your tickets HERE! 21st Annual Gala Sponsors Platinum Gold Silver Bronze
The Great Depression and WWII brought about many changes, including the need for new affordable housing. Throughout the past century, several notable houses and estates of the Main Line have been lost to make way for new development. Among some of the most notable: Percival Roberts’ Penshurst; Alexander Cassatt’s Cheswold; and Archibald Barklie’s Inver House. Still others have survived and found new uses as schools, clubs, and retirement communities. Join us as we step back in time to uncover the lost history of these magnificent homes. Enjoy a wine and cheese reception.