Last weekend Wexford, along with Wexford’s Event & Travel Club (ETC), hosted Art of Wexford. The evening was designed to showcase the many talents of our neighbors and friends – painters, photographers, knitters, quilters, bakers, candle-stick makers and oh-so much more!
The event began at 6 pm with art exhibits, Arts IQ games and even paint stations! Dinner followed at 7 pm, which featured Cézanne Free Range Chicken Stuffed with Spinach, Herbs and Fresh Cheese – OR – Monet Triggerfish with Lemon, Capers and Tomatoes, served with Picasso’s Early Summer Tomato Salad with Burrata Cheese, Basil Lemon Oil and Prosciutto Crisps; Early Summer Vegetables; Smashed Fingerling Potatoes with Scallions; and dessert (of course!)- Palette Cookies and Paint Brush Cakes.
The Van Gogh cocktails were flowing and crayons were coloring – it was a night full of colorful inspiration! To see more pictures from the event, visit our Facebook page.
From our Mother’s Day celebration to Memorial Weekend festivities – check out the latest and greatest going on around Wexford.
A few highlights from the month include:
- Wexford Women’s Golf Association Trip to Ponte Vedra
- Ladies Golf & Tennis Event
- Sunday Couples with Long Cove
- New Boat Christening
- Dataw Island Trip
- Cobia Fishing Tournament
- Ultimate Club Championships
- Hilton Head Pro League (Featuring Downtown Catering Company’s Food Truck)
- Taste of the Mediterranean Sunday Supper
- Art of Wexford
- Memorial Day Cookout
- And MORE!
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Last week we celebrated the Christening of New Boats, conducted by a representative of King Neptune himself aka our esteemed Wexford Yacht Club Commodore, Bill Haverland.
We recognized Blue Moon V, Sea to Tee, Good Vibrations, Dancing Queen, Miss Rutie and Sea Cruise, and “asked the sailors of old and the mood of God that is the sea to accept the names of these seven vessels, to help them through their passages, and allow them to return, safely with their crews.” Following the announcements made by the Commodore, the seven families broke a bottle of champagne over the bow to appease King Neptune, and laid a branch of green leaves on the deck to ensure safe returns.
Immediately after the ceremony, we continued the celebrations with our monthly Docktails Party!
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, we had our very own Kendrick whip up his famous margaritas!
1/2 oz triple sec
1/2 oz orange liqueur
2 1/2 oz sweet and sour mix
1 oz lime juice
1 1/2 oz tequila
Fill mixing glass with ice. Pour in all ingredients. Shake well. Pour into salt rimmed glass. Add lime wedge or wheel.
Click here to check out Kendrick in action!!