Nonprofit Spotlight: Whitehall House & Gardens Seeking New Board Members

by | Jul 24, 2018

Whitehall House & Gardens is an historic home and estate garden that is owned and operated by the not-for-profit Historic Homes Foundation, Inc. The home was built in the mid-1850s, with extensive renovations made in 1909 that transformed the home into the Classical Greek Revival style mansion identified today as Whitehall.
At just under ten acres, Whitehall’s grounds and gardens offer an arboretum of over 200 trees, including a rare specimen collection, a regionally unprecedented woodland garden that is an official display garden of the national Hardy Fern Foundation, a formal Florentine garden and a specimen garden known for its collection of over 60 peony varieties.

Whitehall is seeking new members for its Board of Regents, a volunteer group which works with the staff to preserve, protect, maintain, and operate Whitehall. The board meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. An annual $200 board obligation is required of each member. For more information, please contact Executive Director Kristen Lutes at, or (502) 897-2944.

To learn more about Whitehall and it’s history, visit

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