Friday, May 12, 2023
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Tracey Edwards, Long Island Regional Director, NAACP
Dolores (Dee) Thompson, Civil Rights Icon
Join us for a dinner with Heckscher Museum Executive Director & CEO Heather Arnet and the amazing mother/daughter duo and civil rights leaders Tracey Edwards, Long Island Regional Director, NAACP, and Dolores (Dee) Thompson, trailblazing civil rights icon. Among her many accomplishments, Dolores (Dee) Thompson is the founder of the Huntington Station Enrichment Center, a community facility for residents providing training in computer skills, entrepreneurship, English as a second language, job placement, youth and senior services. Former Huntington Town Board member, Tracey Edwards is also the Commissioner at NYS Department of Public Service, where her goal is to ensure affordable, safe and reliable access to New York’s utilities. Learn more about Tracey and Dee’s incredible efforts on Long Island and more as we engage in a lively discussion over a three-course chef tasting menu.
The May Dinner with the Director is sold out. To be placed on the wait list, please contact Daneris at email@example.com.
All proceeds will support The Heckscher Museum’s role as a leading source of artistic inspiration for Long Island and beyond. The Museum increases public accessibility to art and art education by connecting the visual arts with the changing needs and interests of current and future generations.
Dinner sponsored by an Anonymous Donor.