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Southridge at Sunset

February 18, 2018 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm |


Join the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation for a sophisticated evening cocktail party at the Thomas and Berniece Griffing Residence. Built in 1962 and designed by Ross Patton and Albert “Duke” Wild, the California Ranch-style midcentury residence is located in the exclusive Southridge enclave and features spectacular evening views of the valley’s glittering lights. The Griffing Residence was recently restored by homeowner and preservation architect Susan Secoy-Jensen who deftly created an environment of “lavish minimalism.” Great architecture, sparkling conversation and magnificent views combine for an unforgettable Palm Springs evening. This is another opportunity for the ladies (and their escorts) to wear their best vintage cocktail attire. During the event, PSPF will make a short announcement about its inaugural “Patrick McGrew Memorial Research Grant” and will recognize the grant’s first recipient. Noted midcentury architect Hugh Kaptur (who designed both the Steve McQueen and William Holden Residences on Southridge) is an invitee.

The Palm Springs Preservation Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is “to educate and promote public awareness of the importance of preserving the historical resources and architecture of the city of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley area.” PSPF offers free membership as a public benefit. To learn more about the work of the foundation see www.pspreservationfoundation.org.


February 18, 2018
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Location will be emailed to ticket holders
Palm Springs, CA 92264 United States

Additional Information

21 and older.
Things to Know
Adults (21 and over). Evening cocktail attire please. No pets and no smoking. Photos are permitted for personal use only. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Check-in, parking, and shuttle details will be emailed to ticket holders prior to event. Parking is not permitted on Southridge.
Photography Credits
Mood Creative, Annalisa Capurro