Frick Historical Center hosts holiday party for members and families
December 16, 2013 10:18 PM
Chuck Dizard and Marilyn Pesci.
Kate Ciarimboli with her niece Emma Hull, 9, left, and daughters Juliette, 3, and Annabel, 14 months.
The Boar's Head Wassail Consort performs outside the Frick Art Museum.
By Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
While the snowflakes were falling, the voices of carolers were rising during the Holiday Party at the Frick for members and their families. Hot chocolate, warm cider and roasted chestnuts were offered as they explored the buildings and grounds of the Frick Art and Historical Center Wednesday night. The winter weather only added to the festive atmosphere for the nearly 500 guests. Once inside the art museum, friends of the Frick enjoyed champagne and passed hors d’oeuvres. A walk outside to the Children’s House was rewarded with tables laden with cookies, candy and other sweet treats. The centerpiece was Clayton, decorated for the season. Making merry were Frick director Bill Bodine, director of external affairs Susan Neszpaul, Lou and Kathy Testoni, Bruce and Sheryl Wolf, and Cary Reed.
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