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Renaissance Ball At Greenwich's Bruce Museum Honors Scottish Heritage

Noah Rhodes, Philip Anker, Daniel Fass, Jan Rogers Kniffen, JB Lockhart, Jean Doyen de Montaillou, Jim Lockhart and Nat Day at the Bruce Museum's recent 28th annual Renaissance Ball.
Noah Rhodes, Philip Anker, Daniel Fass, Jan Rogers Kniffen, JB Lockhart, Jean Doyen de Montaillou, Jim Lockhart and Nat Day at the Bruce Museum's recent 28th annual Renaissance Ball. Photo Credit: Kyle Norton
John and Patricia Chadwick, Kathy and Bill Georgas attended the event.
John and Patricia Chadwick, Kathy and Bill Georgas attended the event. Photo Credit: Kyle Norton

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Bruce Museum's recent 28th annual Renaissance Ball took the oldest of the traditional dances of Scotland as its inspiration and was a nod to the heritage of the museum’s founder Robert Moffat Bruce, according to a press release.

The nearly 330 guests at the June 6 event enjoyed a special evening to support the museum, according to a press release. With custom-designed tables, ambient lighting and a contemporary Scottish vibe, guests were transported to a land of kilts, tartan and bagpipes, according to the release.

Leora and Steven Levy were honored for their exemplary and long-standing dedication to the museum, according to the release.

There was a live auction that included a stunning Bulgari necklace, stays at private homes on Kauai, St. Barts and in South Africa, an exclusive vacation at Skibo Castle and a train ride through the Scottish Highlands.

Proceeds raised from the event wil benefit art and science education initiatives at the Bruce Museum, according to the release.

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