Annual Gala


Each spring, we host a Champagne Supper in a Chevy Chase home to showcase a residence of architectural or historic significance. The event features champagne and a catered supper, musical entertainment, and exhibits that chronicle the history of the house and the surrounding area. As guests savor the house and meet new neighbors, they become more informed about Chevy Chase’s unique history and the CCHS services that can help them better appreciate that history.


Our annual gala has been hosted in Chevy Chase homes since 1982.



                                                                        2019 Annual Gala Sponsors

We are deeply grateful to the Sponsors and Friends of the Chevy Chase Historical Society Gala, held on May 5, 2019.



Chevy Chase Land Company

TTR Sotheby’s International Realty



Susan Bollendorf and Bob Broeksmit
EYA, LLC & Bernstein Management Corporation
Katharine Kearns Farr
Angela Lancaster and Cantwell F. Muckenfuss III
The Bozzuto Group
Catherine and Fred Cecere
Expert Realty & Property Management


Katharine K. Farr
Nancy G. Fax
Kathie Legg and Rajib Chanda
Murtagh Properties
Mary Sheehan and Anthony Marra
Margaret and Bob Stillman
Betsy Williams and Tom Moore





 Margaret Adelfio
Mary and Ed Bartlett
The Bozzuto Group
Catherine and Fred Cecere
Martha Dippell and Daniel Korengold
Elizabeth and Tom Dupree
George W. Ford II
Gilday Renovations
John Higgins
Lisa and David Higgins
Jones and Boer Architects


 Jessica Killin and Raj Date
Elissa Leonard
Kathleen Matthews
Mauck Zantzinger & Associates, Inc.
T.W. Perry, Silver Spring Location
Helene and Stephen Sacks
Saltbox Design LLC
Sandy Spring Bank
Washington Fine Properties:
Boucie Addison, Alyssa Crilley, and Joanne Pinover





 Marion Blakey and Bill Dooley
Betty and Alex Boyle
Julie Cannistra
Ellen and Stephen Conley
Caroline Fawcett and Tom O’Donnell
Carolyn Greis and Neil Nott


 Susan Kirby
Wendy Wick Reaves and John Daniel Reaves
Ruth Robbins
Catherine Triantis
Mary Anne Tuohey




The Chevy Chase Historical Society is supported in part by a grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County