While preserving an historic riverfront "green space" from commercial development.
Harvest Festival and Craft Fair! September 25th, 2021. 9am - 3pm. Free admission! Details coming soon. VENDORS reserve your space NOW! First come basis.
Coming Soon! Available at the Art Show, Harvest Festival and Open House Saturdays! Get your calendar while they last! Beautiful, framable prints of our beloved Green Gables!
Mark your calendar NOW! Last two weekends of October! 8-midnight (last group admitted at 11:30pm). Limited tickets on sale NOW! Still looking for scare actors and backstage volunteers! Great for volunteer hours for school! Contact us today.
2 weekends- Oct. 22-24, & Oct. 29-31
Sponsorships are as follows:
General Sponsor $100
• Listed on all posters & flyers
Major Sponsor $500
• Above plus all social media mention and free booth at event
Premiere Sponsor $1000
Above plus listed on all ads, radio announcements, booth front and center, thank you in newsletter and on website.
The entire Board and all the dedicated volunteers at Green Gables wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all of you who have visited us both in person and on our website, and especially to all who have donated to help us apply for a $500K matching grant to purchase Green Gables once and for all.
Checks and donations to our Paypal and Go Fund Me are still being accepted for the renovation phase of restoring Green Gables. We will be announcing each project and will keep all of you informed of our steady progress,
I urge you to discover for yourself, the incredible outpour of generosity, support and love for Green Gables and the History, Heritage, Green Space and Community potential it represents. Every single donation, big or small, is so appreciated and shows that the community shares our vision for Green Gables as a treasured historic landmark and tremendous asset to our community! Thank you for all your help and support as we continue to work diligently to restore our beautiful Green Gables
Why is saving Green Gables so Important?
Green Gables is the historic home of the Wells family, one of the generous benefactors who played a key role in the development of the early Melbourne community. Their vision and their generosity gifted us with the first auditorium, the first library, the first high school, and Wells Park, all of which have been enjoyed by so many for several generations.
Green Gables is a historic site located on 1.15 acres of prime riverfront green space. Through the dedication of many volunteers, the grounds and home have already been enjoyed by thousands of visitors. Students have begun field trips to experience a hands-on living history education program. In just a few years, Green Gables has become a vibrant hub of activity for our community.
The Wells family has provided our community with one final legacy - the homestead where this remarkable family lived and gave so generously to the Melbourne community.
We are now depending on our caring community and seeking available grants to restore the house to its original stature.
This will allow this treasure to continue to be a thriving center, a living educational experience, and a vibrant green space for generations to enjoy.
After withstanding hurricanes, floods and other storms for 124 years, this Forgotten Enchantress faces the storm of destruction for commercial gain. Will a team of compassionate citizens save her in time? Many thanks to all the performers and the generosity of Jennifer East and bUneke Productions!
Directed by Jennifer East • Cinematography by Donnie Crawford • bUneke Productions • bUneke.org • 501c3 Educational Charity
Need something to smile about? Elementary teacher, author and president of the nonprofit Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village, Marion Ambrose, has been trying to find ways to stay connected with her students and fight to save a 124 year old house in her county from demolition, during this world-wide crisis. Many thanks to all the sudent submissions and Jennifer East for making this a reality.Watch this & please share! Visit the Kids Page!
by Christian A. Thein
My first encounter with Green Gables was on a fieldtrip when I was in fifth grade. I love history, so attending this was an honor. Our teacher, Mrs. Ambrose was as excited as I was. We would make real soap and play games from the time when Green Gables was first built, in the 1800’s. We also would tour the house itself, seeing where the family would relax, sleep, eat, play, and host guests. (This is just an excerpt from his letter).
Be a Green Gables Hero! Your support and contributions will enable us to restore Green Gables.
Contact Us Directly: Marion Ambrose 321-794-8901 | Sue Fallon 321-536-6357
Mailing Address: Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village, Inc.
P.O. Box 1086, Melbourne, FL 32902
1501 South Harbor City Boulevard, Melbourne, Florida 32901, United States
We are now open every Saturday from 10AM until 2PM. Come & See!
Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village, Inc., is a tax-exempt organization (Tax ID#27-4206685) duly qualified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Solicitation of Contributions Act Registration. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll-free within the State. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State. 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352. www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com
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