Snug Harbor’s 37th Annual Neptune Ball is back, bigger and better than ever.

State of Iceland, New York – We are about to return to the 37th anniversary of Neptune!

Gala is scheduled for Friday, June 3 from 6 30 30 to 10 በ in Livingston at Snug Harbor near Carl Grilo Glasshouse and Gazebo Road.

Jessica Baker Vodor, president and CEO of Snug Harbor, said: “Now is the time to reaffirm our community’s resilience and regroup for our beloved Staten Island. Thank you to our guests, sponsors, and our esteemed celebrities for sharing the roots, community growth, and vision of making Sung Harbor Cultural Center and Vegetation a memorable cultural resource for our great city. ”

Guests enjoy a good tariff on Neptune Ball many years ago. (Honor / Sung Port / Meredith Sladek / Lance J. Reha)Staten Island Advent

Special community-focused awards

This year’s Neptune Ball program highlights three community-wide awards.

The Snug Harbor Lifetime Achievement Award honors community leader Norma de Arigo and former board president Ralph Lamberti for their contributions to Snug Harbor and the Staten Island community.

Captain Randall Award for Community Service recognizes the Staten Island community for their commitment to community service during the Covenant Epidemic.

Finally, the Snug Harbor Visionary Award recognizes Marvel for his design-leading vision for the community at Sung Harbor Cultural Center and Plant Growth.

Event details

Cocktails and entertainment will be held near the Carl Grillo Glass House and Snug Harbor near the permanent garden.

Guests will enjoy a Susan Wagner High School Jazz Band performance, as well as comments from Snug Harbor leadership and awards.

Participant Art Festival “FIGMENT” is presenting an interactive art installation at Weissglass Gazebo, and transfer artists from Tatiana Entertainment will beautify and enjoy the venue.

Dinner at Snug Harbor will be served on the nearby Gazebo Road, which includes fresh produce grown at Snug Harbor’s Heritage Farm.

Neptune ball

At the 2019 Neptune ball, guests will dance the night away. (Honor / Sung Port / Meredith Sladek / Lance J. Reha)Staten Island Advent

At dinner, there will be a charity paddle booth that will benefit Sung Port, led by expert auction Kate Smith.

The evening will continue after dinner with a party on Carl Grilo’s glass house, with sunrise and dance performances from 10 ፡ ፡ 30’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s’s

This year, the event will offer fans three raffle packages. Donors can choose one entry for $ 50 or all three for $ 125.

The drawing is done in person by the Neptune ball.

Fans can show their support and win in raffle tickets online at the Sung Harbor website, although they may not be able to attend in person at Neptune Ball.

Snug Harbor fans can win

  • Love Trip’s Two Delta Airline Domestic Plane Tickets and Wine Sample from CHAP Wine Factory at Sung Port
  • Members of the Staten Island Cultural Package include Snug Harbor, the Staten Island Museum, the Staten Island Children’s Museum, the historic Richmond Town and the Staten Island Zoo, as well as a Christmas show with four tickets to the historic St. George Theater and Art Free Lessons Lab, Richmond Music Hall and Ballet Im
  • NYC Cultural Package Four Tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the Poetry Theater, four tickets for any production during the 2022-23 season at New Victory Theater, Family Zoo and Wildlife Conservation Association, Dinner at John Pizza, and SUMMIT One Vanderbilt to the Observer Tickets

Neptune Ball support includes Chubb, Delta Air Lines and Marvel as leading permanent garden sponsors.

Con Edison and Staten Island CTV are backing Neptune Ball as Plant Sponsors, and Pond Garden Sponsors Alfred C. Cerelo III, John and Kathy Connor, Anita Laremont and Alan Sullivan, Mark Lauria and Associates, Nelson Bylden Bank Landscape Architects, They include. Foundation, Ted Perrednia, Pita Bishop and Delgiorno, Rampella Associate Architects LLP and Staten Island University Hospital.

To purchase raffle tickets, sponsor the event and learn about ways to support Neptune football, visit or contact Debbie Aboaba at

All proceeds from Neptune Ball go to Snug Harbor missions and programs.

About SNUG Harbor Cultural Center and Plant Garden

The Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Horticultural Historic 83-acre campus is one of the largest undergoing rehabilitation projects in the United States, with 28 structures, 14 specialized gardens, 10 acres of wetlands and two hectares of urban farmland.

Its mission is to provide an active, regional cultural destination that provides a well-managed campus to all Staten Island residents and surrounding communities in the arts, education, horticulture, agriculture and multiculturalism and entertainment for all ages. Snug Harbor is a proud Smithsonian partner. Learn more about Snug Harbor at

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