New York – Jan 17 2012

EuroCircle Benefit for the Neighborhood Preservation Center

The ticket price includes an open wine bar, coat check, and entertainment. LIMITED SPACE! The receipt will be your ticket!. (Please print the confirmation email!)

Date: January 17th, 6pm to 9pm
Van Alen Institute: 6th floor Gallery – 30 West 22nd Street New York,
NY 10010-5892
Cover: $40 (includes an open wine bar!)
Come mingle with interesting people in an event exclusively for EuroCircle members benefiting the Neighborhood Preservation Center! Away from the hustle and bustle of the street or a noisy bar, join us for a private party at the Van Alen Institute’s 6th floor gallery and meet the professionals who are working hard at taking care of New York’s rich legacy, keeping our city precious and unique.

The evening entails an introduction to historic preservation, a musical performance by Paula and a raffle with great prizes! The ticket price includes an open wine bar, coat check, and entertainment.

Our guests of honor include:
Felicia Mayro, Director, Neighborhood Preservation Center.
Frank D. Vagnone, Executive Director, Historic House Trust.
Sheryl Woodruff, Senior Director of Operations, The Greenwich Village
Society for Historic Preservation.
Sean E. Sawyer, Ph.D. Executive Director, The Royal Oak Foundation.
Lisa Kersavage, Senior Director, Preservation and Sustainability, The
Municipal Art Society of New York.
Tara Kelly, Executive Director, Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts
Simeon Bankoff, Executive Director, Historic Districts Council
Frampton Tolbert, Deputy Director, Historic Districts Council

For more info about the above mentioned organizations see below.

Also, our lovely volunteers are all students at the Historic Preservation M.S. program at Pratt!

Please make sure you get your ticket in advance, due to space limitations we cannot guarantee a ticket at the door! Your Paypal
receipt is your ticket!

We look forward to seeing you all there!

Your EuroCircle hostesses,

Paula Jaakkola & Elin Jusélius

Neighborhood Preservation Center
“Dedicated to facilitating and encouraging citizens participation in the improvement and protection of New York City’s diverse

Historic House Trust
“The Historic House Trust is a not-for-profit organization operating in tandem with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. Our mission is to provide essential support for houses of architectural and cultural significance, spanning 350 years of New York City life. These treasures reside within city parks and are open to the public.”

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
“The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation works to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo through education, research, and advocacy.”

The Royal Oak Foundation
“The Royal Oak Foundation seeks to inspire Americans to learn about, experience, and support places of great historic and natural significance in the United Kingdom in partnership with the National Trust of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland”.

The Municipal Art Society of New York
“MAS fights for intelligent urban design, planning and preservation through education, dialogue and advocacy”.

Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts
“Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, founded in 1982, is an independent, not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to preserving the architectural legacy, livability, and sense of place of the Upper East Side”.

Historic Districts Council
“The Historic Districts Council is the citywide advocate for New York’s historic neighborhoods. HDC works to ensure the preservation of significant historic neighborhoods, buildings and open spaces in New York City, uphold the integrity of the Landmarks Law and further the preservation ethic”.

Sponsors for this event include:
VOSS water

Cover : $40