Estate By The Bay Gala
All photos: JT McVeigh
Cheryl Tiegs, model and actress meets designer Mary Dobson, Beth and Kevin Frankish as she represented Cambria designs at the preview showing of the Estate by the Bay project hosted by the United Way.
A lone piper plays while guests mingle at the Estate on the Bay event Thursday evening.
Michelle Major, of Foxglove Interior Design, left, Linda Leatherdale, vp with Cambria Counters, Cyndie Jerome of CJD, and Cambria general manager Bruce Gebhart stand in the kitchen designed by Major and Jerome.
Lights lead guests outside to the dock as the sun sets over Kempenfelt Bay.
An outdoor fireplace provides a welcome meeting place during the Estate by the Bay preview.
Guests mingle near the reflecting pool in the back garden enjoying music and food as light fades at the Estate by the Bay preview.
Joanne McPhail, board chair for the United Way of Greater Simcoe County, left, Beth and Kevin Frankish, and interior designer Mary Dobson pose outside of the Estate by the Bay.
Guests mingle outdoors during the Estate by the Bay preview at the former residence of Helen and Arch Brown. The event was hosted by the United Way of Greater Simcoe County.
The transformed gazebo.
Kevin Frankish of CITY-TV helps Jane Brown, daughter of Helen and Arch Brown out of a Rolls Royce at the beginning of the Estate by the Bay event hosted by the United Way of Simcoe County.
Cheryl Tiegs, former Sports Illustrated cover model and now spokesperson for Cambria Counters and designer Cyndie Jerome of CJD,take time in the kitchen designed by Jerome and her partner Michelle Major of Foxglove Interior design at the Eastate by the Bay preview.