2013 Trip Schedule
The planned HAH tours for 2013 will be outlined on this page as they become finalized and in time for you to decide to join the tour.
You can also find the tour schedule in the HAH Newsletter.
BROOKLYN IN BLOOM
A Tour of the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden
A special treat is in store for you. We have the opportunity to attend a private docent - guided tour of the John Singer Sargent watercolor show which will be in New York for a brief time before traveling to other parts of the United States. Our former President and curator of the museum, Susan Kennedy Zeller, has helped us to procure these highly desirable tickets. We will also wander through the museum on our own.
Next door, we will visit the Brooklyn Botanical Garden which has added some new fabulous gardens. The roses will be in bloom as well as the showy collection of peonies. A special show called "Locally Sourced: Rare Plants, Rare Places" will also be on view.
Lunch will be on your own at the Cafe restaurant at the gardens.
We return to the Hamptons in our luxury motor coach at approximately 6pm.
Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Time: Pick up at Bridgehampton Community House-School St.: 8:15 a.m.
Pick up at LIRR Station in Hampton Bays opposite 7-Eleven: 8:35 a.m.
Cost: $75.00 per person.
Tour without transportation: $30.00
Price includes round-trip transportation in luxury coach, admission and private docent guided tour at the Brooklyn Museum and admission to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. Lunch will be on your own.
Registration: Brooklyn in Bloom
Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Time: 8:15 pick up Bridgehampton Community House, School St. Parking Lot
Time: 8:35 pick up Hampton Bays LIRR Station opposite 7-Eleven
Please make check out and mail to:
PO Box 202, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Include on the check or on a separate paper
2. Contact number: Cell: or Home phone:
Very important if we need to contact you before departure.
3. Email address:
Questions? Call Estelle Rosen at 917.846.4160 or email at email@example.com
TRIP COMPLETED SEE SLIDE SHOW
Tour of North Shore Gardens Monday, April 29
A Tour of the Spectacular Azalea and Rhododendren Garden of
Bruce and Marianne Feller.
Bruce Feller gave a lecture to the HAH in January, 2013. His talk on "Three Seasons of Color: Fall, Winter and Spring" was
so well received that he graciously offered our group a tour of his garden in Old Field, NY. Bruce has been involved in the American
Rhododendron Society, NY chapter, for more than 20 years serving as board member, vice president and president. He has a showcase
garden of these plants as well as a broad selection of other plants all of which are very well sited. He will personally
give us a tour of this outstanding garden.
For the first stop in the morning we will visit the Planting Fields Arboretum in Oyster Bay. Planting Fields, the
former estate of insurance magnate, William Robertson Coe, and Standard Oil heiress Mai Rogers Coe is one of the few remaining Gold
Coast estates on Long Island's North Shore retaining the original 409 acres. Rolling lawns, formal gardens and sprcimen plantings as
well as the Camellia Greenhouse and the Main Greenhouse with its unique seasonal display are included in this extraordinary garden.
Included in the tour will be a special lunch at a North Shore restaurant.
Cost: $100 per person including transportation, all admissions and lunch.
Morning:Tour of Planting Fields; Afternoon: Tour of B & M Feller Garden
Time: 1.Pickup Bridgehampton 8:30 am
2.Pickup Hampton Bays 8:50 am
Deadline for Registration:
April 15, 2013
The HAH is proposing a trip on March 6th. and March 7th., 2013 to:
The Philadelphia Flower Show
The Barnes Foundation
The trip will be scheduled provided a sufficient number of participants
(25) register. A registration form is available in the February newsletter or the form can be downloaded here.
Cost per person double occupancy is $450.00, single occupancy is $500.00.
The price includes: Two days, one night with breakfast at the Palomar Hotel in Philly.
Round trip motor coach, admissions to the Flower Show, the Barnes Foundation and Longwood Gardens. A special tour of the Barnes Collection. Cocktail reception and dinner at a local restaurant. Taxes, gratuities and snacks on the motor coach.(WOW!)
The trip was cancelled - Too few members expressed any interest!