Mother’s Day at the Castle Green

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Just the FACTS.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

1 to 5 o’clock post meridiem

Vintage dress is encouraged but don’t feel bad if you just want to wear your bathrobe and slippers.

Apartments will be open all afternoon. And I mean, all. after. noon.

A $30 donation or $60 for a pair helps the Restoration Fund  and gets you in.

Perhaps, if you are feeling particularly generous but mainly want to impress the mom or mama you’re with, then sponsor a LAMP*  Ding! See bottom.

RESERVE NOW!

“Mother’s Day at the Castle Green”

 – Brown Paper Tickets – 1 800 383 3006 -

http://m.bpt.me/event/1206371

*Friends of the Castle Green is currently accepting donations for the General Restoration Fund and for the specific project of producing historic replicas of the original eleven optic shades that illuminate the ceilings above the exterior terraces, veranda and sunroom.

This is an undertaking we take very seriously as it involves the public view and enjoyment.

The name of the artist and craftsman that may be commissioned to recreate from the exquisite surviving original optic shade is Janusz Pozniak. His website: http://www.jpozniak.com/

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Happy 2015, Darling!

Colonel Green's Tournament of Roses Float 1905 is an oversized carriage with his resort hotel complex pictured on the side along with Hotel Green logo and iconic curly cues. There are other early TofR photos with football teams posing on the Castle Green lawn and flowered carriages parading up Raymond to Colorado. "Those were the days" sigh the Castle ghosts.

Colonel Green’s Tournament of Roses Float 1905 is an oversized carriage with his resort hotel complex pictured on the side along with Hotel Green logo and iconic curly cues. There are other early TofR photos with football teams posing on the Castle Green lawn and flowered carriages parading up Raymond to Colorado. “Those were the days” sigh the Castle ghosts.