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As the summer sun beams overhead, beachgoers flock to the sandy shore, where the sound of crashing waves, the smell of salt air, and the sweet taste of gelato revitalize the senses. Join us for a special Farm + Vine Dinner infused with international flavors or a seaside Lobster Boil brimming with coastal delights. Enjoy Movie Nights under the stars, or celebrate the joys of the season at one of our Signature Events.

May/June/July/August 2017


Letter from the President and Group Managing Director Dear Friends, Like many of you, we’re counting down the hours to sun-drenched days and warm sea-breeze nights. And our team of hospitality professionals has been working hard to make this our best season yet. From newly renovated guest rooms and a revamped OH! Spa menu, to a brand new outdoor champagne bar and an exclusive partnership with Lilly Pulitzer (see page 2), there’s so much more to do and see at Ocean House this summer.

Along with these exciting developments, I am proud to introduce the newest member of our team—Director of Rooms Corinne Finn-Heyl—who brings almost 15 years of luxury hotel experience to Ocean House. Learn more about Corinne on page 2, and please join me in welcoming her to Watch Hill. Of course, summer wouldn’t be summer at Ocean House without a string of fabulous events. Enjoy all of your longtime favorites, like our Independence Day Beach Ball and Cabaret on the Lawn, while experiencing some new offerings such as Pizza and Movies on the Beach, perfect for an evening out with the whole family. Be sure to see the full list of our summer events and book your tickets

today on our redesigned events website: www.OceanHouseEvents.com. Come and discover—or rediscover— why there’s no place like Watch Hill in the summertime.

Best Wishes,

daniel a. hostettler

President & Group Managing Director, Ocean House Management LLC

Welcome Home to Watch Hill Inn

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If you love Watch Hill, make it your home! When you become a unit owner at Watch Hill Inn—just steps from Ocean House in the heart of Watch Hill village—you take the keys to a charming and historic coastal retreat brimming with modern conveniences. Completely renovated in 2013, each of the Inn’s 21 suite-style, single- and multi-bedroom units features clean lines, sleek furnishings and 21st century amenities–think Apple TVs, SONOS Sound Bar, in-room iPads and more. When you’re not enjoying the comfort of your new home, take advantage of Watch Hill Inn’s rental program and collect up to 50 percent of the room revenue generated by your unit. Still not sold? For a limited time, we’re offering to pay three years of property taxes for all buyers, so your dream of owning a piece of paradise may be closer than you think. For more information on purchasing a unit, visit WatchHillProperties.com.

Social Notes

NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA December 31, 2016

Secret Garden Champagne Bar

Lilly Pulitzer + Watch Hill Lilly Pulitzer is making a splash in Watch Hill this summer. The iconic American resort wear brand is collaborating with Ocean House and Watch Hill Inn to create a custom suite, amenities and a retail location. Just in time for beach season, we’re excited to unveil Lilly Pulitzer-branded cabanas. The beachfront cabanas will feature Lilly Pulitzer custom accent pillows and towels in its popular summer 2017 prints. At Watch Hill Inn, the Lilly Pulitzer Suite–previously known as the Nash Suite–will be fully outfitted in Lilly Pulitzer resort décor, including hand-painted canvases, shell accent mirrors, custom printed bedding, pillows, curtains and more. And finally, to kick off Memorial Day weekend, Lilly Pulitzer will open its first company-owned store in the area at 31 Bay Street. Its effortless resort wear speaks to generations of rule-breaking sun-followers who celebrate the spontaneous bohemian spirit of Lilly Pulitzer.

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On Memorial Day weekend, Ocean House will debut its new outdoor restaurant, the Secret Garden champagne bar, in conjunction with the launch of Veuve Clicquot’s newest champagne, Rich. Sure to be a hot spot for our guests, members and the community, the Secret Garden will be open Wednesday through Sunday 2 p.m. to midnight starting May 25. Featuring a beautiful garden-inspired lounge, a gourmet light bites menu and a complete portfolio of Veuve Clicquot champagnes, the Secret Garden will be your new favorite summertime destination.

employee spotlight

Corinne Finn-Heyl Director of Rooms, Ocean House

VALENTINE’S DINNER & LOVE SONGS February 10, 2017

BLACK AND WHITE MASQUERADE BALL February 11, 2017

Born and raised in Germany, Corinne Finn-Heyl learned the art of hospitality at a young age. Her childhood home was the unofficial heart of the community—a welcoming environment where people would gather to meet, tell stories and share meals. “My grandfather was the mayor of the town; my other grandfather was the architect, and my father was the doctor. There were always people in our home,” she recalled. “My grandmother would cook and prepare cakes, coffee and tea for everyone to enjoy.” Despite growing up in such a guest-centric environment, it wasn’t until years later, while studying at university in Ireland, that she discovered she could turn her knack for hospitality into a fullfledged career. “I had to do an internship, and I had no idea what I wanted to do,” she said. “My host mother suggested working at a hotel, and I absolutely loved it. There was something new to experience every day, and meeting people from all over the world gave me such pleasure.” Following her internship at the Royal Marine Hotel in Dublin, Corinne attended the Louise Schroeder School in Wiesbaden, Germany, and graduated with a master’s degree in hospitality. After graduation, she worked as a VIP concierge at the five-star Dorint Sofitel in Wiesbaden, a position that ultimately led her to the U.S.

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“The hotel group needed someone to go to America to better understand the needs of American travelers,” she said. “The White Barn Inn—part of Grace Hotels—was recruiting in Germany at that time, and that’s how I ended up in Maine.” Corinne’s tenure at The White Barn Inn, a fellow Relais & Châteaux member, brought a new set of adventures; specifically, it provided the opportunity to serve as interim general manager at other luxury resorts opening under the Grace Hotels umbrella. She would travel to these new hotels to train the staff and establish the standards of service. In 2014, Corinne packed her bags and moved to St. Moritz, Switzerland, to manage the Hotel La Margna—all while maintaining her role as general manager of The White Barn Inn nearly 4,000 miles away. She joined the Kennebunkport Resort Collection in Kennebunkport, Maine, in 2016 as general manager and then Ocean House in January 2017 as Director of Rooms, citing her constant desire to learn. “When you become a general manager early in your career, you hit a plateau at some point. Working in this new role allows me to add skills to my toolbox.” As Director of Rooms, Corinne coordinates guest arrivals and oversees several teams, including housekeeping, bell valet, the front desk and Watch Hill Inn. Simply put, she ensures all guests have memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experiences. When she’s not tending to guests, Corinne enjoys spending time with her dog, hiking, and—fitting for a true explorer—flying single-engine airplanes. She is working on collecting enough hours to earn her commercial pilot’s license.

May/June/July/August 2017


FARM + VINE

Lobster Boils Return

In The Kitchen: Culinary Education Series

June: 23


July: 14, 21, 28

Warmer weather marks the return of a beloved Ocean House tradition. On select weekend nights throughout the summer, experience a classic New England Lobster Boil with creative barbecue options held on our private beach. With live music, family-style seating and delicious fare prepared by the Ocean House culinary team, these iconic events are a wonderful way to enjoy all that summer has to offer.

Saturday, May 13 Truffles for Mom Nothing says “I love you” quite like homemade confections. The Food Forager serves as your expert guide as you create decadent truffles for Mom and her special day. 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.; $75/ person (plus tax)

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Saturday, May 27 Firehouse Chili Cook-Off

Citrus Fruits Strawberries!

No one knows heat better than firefighters! Join us for a firehouse chili cook-off, and judge each recipe based on flavor, texture, creativity and heat. 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.; $75/ person (plus tax)

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $110/ person, $55/ child ages 4-12, children 3 and younger are complimentary (plus tax and gratuity).

For reservations, please call Destination Services at 888.281.0809 or visit OceanHouseEvents.com.

From Vine T O

amount of time, some citrus fruits can be purchased year round. However, if you’ve ever tried to squeeze a lime wedge into your Corona in late July, you might notice it seems a bit dry.

August: 4, 11, 19

W I N E

Working in a state known for Del’s Lemonade— the sweet, citrusy summertime staple native to Rhode Island—what follows might come as a surprise: Citrus season is actually in the winter. This may seem a little strange since many summer dishes revolve around this southern fruit (fish tacos with lime, iced tea with lemon, grapefruit sorbet and, of course, the famous Del’s). However, the truth is that while we are experiencing frigid temperatures in the northern hemisphere, our neighbors to the south are enjoying fun in the sun. Because some places have longer summer seasons than others, and we now have the ability to buy and ship produce from all over the world in a short

More specialized citrus fruits can only be purchased during the time of harvest—generally late December through early April, with certain fruits coming in earlier and others later. Bergamot orange is one of my favorite citrus delights. If you are an avid tea drinker, you’ll know that Bergamot is the forward flavor in Earl Grey. It is also a fantastic addition to crème brûlée, roasted sunchokes and rice pilaf. There are so many varieties of citrus to choose from, and the sweet acidic flavor pairs just as nicely with the earthy flavors of winter as it does with spring and summer veggies. One of my favorite citrus is the blood orange, with its trademark crimson flesh and juice that stains your hands. There are three types, with flavors ranging from tart to semi-sweet depending on the type and the season. Because of its unique color, the blood orange is often incorporated into recipes from cocktails to preserves. It’s also the inspiration for our featured recipe.

from our kitchens

Sweet Potato & Blood Orange Stuffed Pasta Serves: 2–4

Ingredients 1 3/4 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 large egg 6 large egg yolks 1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil 2 large roasted sweet potatoes 1/2 cup ricotta 2 egg whites 1 teaspoon salt Zest of 2 blood oranges

For the Pasta: In a large bowl, combine flour and salt. Add egg, egg yolks and olive oil and work into flour mixture until evenly incorporated. When fully incorporated, take out of bowl and knead for 5-7 minutes until dough is smooth. Refrigerate in a freezer bag for one hour prior to using. Temper dough for 30 minutes prior to rolling out. For the Filling: Remove skin, and mash roasted sweet potatoes into a paste. Add ricotta and egg whites and

Paul McComiskey Food Forager / Director of Culinary Education

gently fold into potato mixture. Add salt and blood orange zest, and continue to fold mixture until incorporated. To Assemble: Place filling in a piping bag. Roll out pasta dough as thinly as possible. Using a cookie cutter or

Several times a month, Ocean House hosts a weekend focused on wine in our new Center for Wine & Culinary Arts. Meet the Sommelier at an intimate wine and cheese reception on Friday evening followed by a wine seminar on Saturday.

May 12–13

July 7–8

Sensory Evaluation & Blind Tasting

Sparkling Wine

Wine assessments are often made by tasting, but sensory analysis methods offer a different way to fully explore a wine. Learn how to taste and analyze the smells, flavors, structure and origin of a wine like an expert.

Explore the intriguing world of sparkling wines. Learn about their history and production, and enjoy tasting everything bubbly, from Prosecco and California sparkling to Champagne.

July 14–15

May 19–20

Off the Beaten Track: Red Wines

Food & Wine Basic Pairings Pairing the right wine with the right food is an art. This class introduces you to the principles of proper food and wine pairing.

Discover the hidden gems of the wine world with the Ocean House Sommelier. Learn about unique, often unknown red wines that are well worth a try.

June 9–10

August 11–12

Wines of the Rhône Valley

Off the Beaten Track: White Wines

The vineyards of the Rhône Valley have been producing wines for at least 2,000 years. The Ocean House Sommelier unveils the secrets of Rhône Valley wines and chooses perfect bottle to suit your palate.

Investigate wine regions and white grape varietals along the road less traveled. Taste and discuss how these wines are made, their geography, history and flavors.

August 18–19

June 16–17

Food & Wine Basic Pairings

Wines of Provence & Southern France

In case you missed May’s class, taste wines with basic foods and discuss how certain foods complement certain wines.

The centuries-old staples from of the south of France have become increasingly popular in U.S. markets. Under the expert guidance of the Ocean House Sommelier you’ll find out what makes these wines distinct. Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person (plus tax). For reservations, please visit OceanHouseEvents.com or call 888. 281.0809.

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upside-down water glass, cut out circles in the dough.

Farm + Vine Dinner Series

Pipe filling into the middle of the dough (about one tablespoon). Moisten the outer edge of the dough circle with water. Fold the dough in half over the filling, making a

Our Farm + Vine Dinner Series continues with an amazing lineup of talented chefs, ultra-fresh ingredients from a nearby farm, and expertly selected wine pairings from a featured vineyard. Our guest chefs work alongside the Ocean House culinary team to craft hors d’oeuvres and a three-course, farm-to-table dinner in Seasons, bringing their particular specialties and interests to the custom-curated menu. wednesday, may 3 Chef Derek Bissonnette of The White Barn Inn in Kennebunkport, Maine, uses Lakin’s Gorges Cheese of Rockport, Maine, and wine pairings from Freeman Winery. Farm: Lakin’s Gorges Cheese LLC produces small batches of handcrafted, fresh and aged cheeses, including basket-molded Ricotta and Cascadilla Bleu, using organic cow’s milk from Maine. wednesday, june 7 Chef Matt Padilla of The Inn at Dos Brisas, a luxury resort and ranch in Washington, Texas, uses ingredients from Dos Brisas Farm and wine pairings from Chateau d’Esclans Winery.

moon shape. Pinch the edges together and then seal the edges with a fork. Boil for 3–4 minutes.

A Taste of Esperanza saturday, july 8 Chef Guillermo Gómez of Esperanza, a luxury resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, brings international flavors to a special, al fresco edition of the Farm + Vine Dinner Series. Guests are invited to enjoy passed canapés at Dune Cottage before retreating to Seaside Terrace for a multi-course dinner infused with authentic flavor.

Vine: Chateau d’Esclans Winery, renowned for its production of Grenache, is situated near the Gorges de Pennafort in France, 15 miles northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus on the Mediterranean coast. 7:00 p.m. Reception in the Center for Wine & Culinary Arts, 7:30 p.m. Dinner in Seasons; $95/ person (plus tax and gratuity). For reservations, please call Destination Services at 888.281.0809 or visit OceanHouseEvents.com.

7:00 p.m. Reception at Dune Cottage, 7:30 p.m. Dinner on Seaside Terrace; $95/ person (plus tax and gratuity). For reservations, please call Destination Services at 888.281.0809 or visit OceanHouseEvents.com.

May/June/July/August 2017


Movie Nights in the Screening Room

Schedule

Summer Signature Events

Sunday, May 28

Come one, come all! Find your seat in the Ocean House Screening Room and enjoy the show with freshly popped popcorn and sweet treats from Below Deck. This year we feature treasured family-friendly classics.

Musical Notes

The Sound of Music

Independence Day Beach Ball Sunday, July 2 (Rain date: Monday, July 3)

Sunday, June 18

Celebrate the birth of our nation at Ocean House’s Independence Day Beach Ball, featuring an incredible buffet-style menu, live music and dancing with the Atlantic Ocean as the backdrop. A traditional New England Lobster Boil is the star attraction, offering the best of fresh summertime seafood, inspired sides and innovative barbecue fare. Live music will keep you moving and grooving into the night. And true to American tradition, the evening’s grand finale is a colorful fireworks display over the ocean.

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

Sunday, July 23 Swiss Family Robinson

Sunday, August 27 Mary Poppins

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $10/ person, children 3 and under are free (plus tax and gratuity)

Mother's Day Weekend

Artist in Residence Series

Children’s Mother’s Day Tea Saturday, May 13

On select weekends, we invite talented local artists to showcase their work and paint en plein air with Ocean House as their muse. Guests are invited to interact with the artists as they find the perfect spot on our grounds to create their masterpieces.

Join us for a proper afternoon tea with your little ones. Enjoy songs and whimsy with Mary Poppins herself! Snack on finger sandwiches and petite desserts and savor a spring day with those you love most. 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.; $42/ adult, $22/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free (plus tax and gratuity). For reservations, please visit OceanHouseEvents. com or call 888.281.0809.

7:00 to 10:00 p.m.; $145/ person ages 21 and over, $125/ person ages 5 to 20, children 4 and under are free (plus tax & gratuity). SandCastles Program: 6:30 to 11:00 p.m.; $65/ child age 11 and under (plus tax and gratuity).

Sound of Music Summer Carnival

Sunday, July 30 Ocean House invites young and old to a family affair dedicated to celebrating summer and the delights of Alpine Europe. With food, entertainment, classic carnival games and plenty of surprises, this spirited soirée is a fun way to spend an evening by the sea. 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $45/ adult, $20/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free (plus tax and gratuity).

Schedule

June 24–25

July 29–30

Jack Keledjian

Paul Beebe

July 1–2

August 5–6

Guido

Karen Ponelli

Garaycochea

Dinner & Disney Tunes

Sunday, August 13 Ocean House invites you and your family to “be our guest” for an evening bursting with the magic of Disney. Share childhood memories with your children and grandchildren during this family-friendly event. Enjoy a live musical performance of your favorite Disney songs, past and present.

August 12–13 Kim Muller-Thym

July 8–9 Lisa Horrigan

August 19–20 Russ Kramer

July 15–16 Trenton Youngs

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.; $45/ adult, $25/ child ages 4 to 12, $10/ child ages 3 and under (plus tax and gratuity).

August 26–27 Russ Kramer

July 22–23 Susan Stephenson

Saturday receptions: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.; complimentary

Pizza and Movies on the Beach July: 11, 18, 25


Sunday, May 14

Friday, August 18

Ballroom Buffet: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; $78/ adult, $35/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free (plus tax and gratuity) Prix fixe menu in Seasons: noon to 4:00 p.m.; $85/ person ages 8 and older (plus tax and gratuity). We kindly ask that Mother’s Day in Seasons be enjoyed by guests ages 8 and older.

$35/ adult, $15/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free (plus tax and gratuity)

For reservations, please visit OceanHouseEvents.com or call 888.281.0809.

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6:00 to 10:00 p.m.; $110/ person (plus tax and gratuity).

August: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Make Ocean House the setting for your Mother’s Day celebration, where Mom will enjoy spectacular cuisine and be pampered amid stunning waterfront views. Choose from an impressive brunch buffet in the Ballroom or a prix-fixe menu in Seasons, each expertly crafted by the Ocean House culinary team.

Feel the sand between your toes as you take in a recently released, familyfriendly film on Tuesday evenings throughout the summer. Beginning on July 11, join us on Ocean House’s private, white sand beach for dinner and a movie on our large inflatable screen. An assortment of fresh salads will be available along with a build-your-own pizza bar featuring five different sauces, seven varieties of cheese and more than 15 delicious toppings, from roasted eggplant to sun-dried tomatoes. Please visit OceanHouseEvents.com for a full lineup of featured films.

Experience an evening of pure entertainment as vivacious cabaret performer Marion Markham transports you to another time with her signature sound, combo band and mixture of musical styles, including standards, blues, jazz and Latin rhythms. 8:30 to 10:15 p.m.; $15/ club member or hotel guest, $20/ non-member or non-hotel guest (plus tax and gratuity)

Love Songs on the Terrace with Scott Dreier Saturday, July 15 Allow Ocean House to set the scene for the perfect date night: Scott Dreier melodies, a decadent dessert display and picturesque location on Seaside Terrace under a blanket of stars. 8:00 to 9:45 p.m.; $45/ person (plus tax and gratuity)

Broadway on the Lawn The Bob Hardwick Sound takes over the South Lawn for this always anticipated summer performance of Broadway classics. With the Atlantic Ocean in the background and the stars twinkling above, sit back, relax and enjoy the show.

Mother’s Day Brunch and Prix-Fixe Lunch

American Songbook with Marion Markham Fridays: May 26, June 23 and July 7

Cabaret on the Lawn

Friday, September 1 Summer isn’t over yet—not until Frank Sinatra sings! Celebrate Labor Day weekend and the end of summer with a lively tribute performance by Michael Dutra & The Rat Pack and an elegant dinner buffet under the stars. Our last Signature Event of the season on the South Lawn, this sendoff to summer is not to be missed! 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.; $100/ person (plus tax & gratuity).

For reservations, please visit OceanHouseEvents.com or call 888. 281.0809. May/June/July/August 2017

Franco Corso, The Voice of Romance Friday, August 11 Take a musical journey through Italy with renowned singer, songwriter and consummate showman Franco Corso. Let his sultry sound and unique blend of pop Italian and American operatic style soothe your soul. Dessert buffet: 8:00 p.m.; Show: 8:30 p.m.; $55/ person (plus tax and gratuity)


Events at Ocean House

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MAY – Farm + Vine Dinner with Chef Derek Bissonnette of The White Barn Inn

J U N E – Farm + Vine Dinner with Chef Matt Padilla of The Inn at Dos Brisas

7:00 p.m. Reception in the Center for Wine & Culinary Arts, 7:30 p.m. Dinner in Seasons; $95/ person

7:00 p.m. Reception in the Center for Wine & Culinary Arts, 7:30 p.m. Dinner in Seasons; $95/ person

6 MAY – Up Close & Personal:

9–10 J U N E – From Vine to Wine:

3:00 to 4:30 p.m.; complimentary

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

12–13 M AY – From Vine to Wine:

16–17 J U N E – From Vine to

Creating Beautiful Gardens with Nancy D’Oench

Wines of the Rhône Valley

Sensory Evaluation & Blind Tasting

Wine: Wines of Provence and the South of France

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

13 MAY – Children’s Mother’s

18 J U N E – Movie Night: Willy

Day Tea: Mary Poppins

Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

3:00 to 5:00 p.m.; $42/ adult, $22/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $10/ person, children 3 and under are free

13 MAY – In the Kitchen:

23 J U N E 14, 21, 28 J U LY 4, 11, 19 AUG U ST –

Truffles for Mom

1:00 to 4:00 p.m.; $75/ person

14 M AY – Mother’s Day

11, 17, 25 J U LY 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 AUG U ST – Pizza and Movies on the Beach

7:00 to 10:00 p.m.; $35/ adult, $15/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

14–15 J U LY – From Vine to

Wine: Off the Beaten Track Red Wines

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

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J U LY – Love Songs on the Terrace with Scott Dreier

8:00 to 9:45 p.m.; $45/ person

23 J U LY – Movie Night: Swiss Family Robinson

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $10/ person, children 3 and under are free

30 J U LY – Sound of

Music Summer Carnival

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $45/ adult, $20/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

Lobster Boils & BBQs

11 AUG U ST – Franco Corso,

Ballroom Buffet: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; $78/ adult, $35/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $110/ adult, $55/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

The Voice of Romance

Prix fixe menu in Seasons: noon to 4:00 p.m.; $85/ person, open to children 8 and older. Optional wine pairing available for an additional $65/ person

2 J U LY – Independence Day

11–12 AUG U ST – From Vine to

19–20 M AY – From Vine to Wine:

Food & Wine Basic Pairings

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

Beach Ball

7:00 to 10:00 p.m.; $145/ person 21 and older, $125/ person age 5 to 20, children 4 and under are free; price includes cocktails, beer and wine

2 J U LY – Kid’s Camp

6:30 to 11:00 p.m.; $65/ child ages 11 and under

How Artists Make Art with Susan Stephenson

7 J U LY – Destination Dinner:

3:00 to 4:30 p.m.; complimentary

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $95/ adult, $45/ child ages 4 to 12, children 3 and under are free

American Songbook with Marion Markham

8:00 to 10:15 p.m.; $15/ club member or hotel guest, $20/ non-member or non-hotel guest

27 M AY – In the Kitchen:

Firehouse Chili Cook-Off

1:00 to 4:00 p.m.; $75/ person

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Tacos & Tequila

7–8 J U LY – From Vine to Wine: Wines of the Rhône Valley

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

8 J U LY – A Taste of Esperanza

featuring Chef Guillermo Gomez

7:00 p.m. Reception at Dune Cottage, 7:30 p.m. Dinner on Seaside Terrace; $95/ person

MAY – Movie Night:

Wine: Off the Beaten Track White Wine

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

13 AUG U ST – Dinner and

SandCastles Program

20 M AY – Up Close & Personal: 26 M AY, 23 J U N E , 7 J U LY –

Dessert buffet: 8:00 p.m.; Show: 8:30 p.m.; $55/ person

Sound of Music

Disney Tunes

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.; $45/ adult, $25/ child ages 4 to 12, $10/ child ages 3 and under

18 AUG U ST – Broadway on

the Lawn

Reception: 6:00 p.m., Dinner and Concert: 7:00 p.m.; $100/ person

18–19 AUG U ST – From Vine

to Wine: Food & Wine Basic Pairings

Friday reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Saturday seminar: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; $65/ person

27 AUG U ST – Movie Night:

Mary Poppins

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $10/ person, children 3 and under are free

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.; $10/ person, children 3 and under are free

Prices do not include tax and gratuity. For reservations to any of these events, please visit OceanHouseEvents.com or call 888.281.0809.

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