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Forgotten Enchantress is the story of Green Gables, in the voice of the Queen Anne-style Victorian house, built in Melbourne, Florida, by William T. and Nora Wells, in the late 19th century. Forgotten Enchantress documents the contributions of the innovative family that built the house and the family's legacy. Attend a screening presented by bUneke Productions with Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village. Visit GreenGable.org
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A special message from Marion Ambrose, President of Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village, Inc., a 501c3 charity to save this 123 year old home and property:
"Green Gables is an important historic treasure in Melbourne, Florida. The mission of this non profit organization is to purchase and restore Green Gables, saving it from being demolished to make way for a gas station or other commercial structure, and to make it a living history museum and community center.
UPDATE: Green Gables raised the $500k for the matching grant and was submitted to the grant committee June 1! which is amazing, and we are SO grateful!"
Here is your opportunity to help restore an amazing piece of history and receive an amazing documentary for you and your family to enjoy! For any donation you will receive the link to, Forgotten Enchantress!
After withstanding hurricanes, floods and other storms for 123 years, this Forgotten Enchantress faces the storm of destruction for commercial gain. Will the small team of compassionate citizens save her in time?
Forgotten Enchantress is the story of Green Gables, in the voice of the Queen Anne-style Victorian house, built in Melbourne, Florida, by William T. and Nora Wells, in the late 19th century. Set amid a period backdrop with a yearning hope for future generations, the film is narrated by the current and former president of the nonprofit organization created exclusively to save this treasured piece of Americana, as well as an 82-year-old storytelling businessman who states why he believes the house must be saved and restored. Forgotten Enchantress documents the contributions of the innovative family who built the house and their legacy.
For every donation on the Go Fund Me campaign, you will receive a link to watch the full documentary! Win-win opportunity!
Can't attend a screening? No Problem! With every donation you and your family can enjoy the documentary! 100% of the proceeds go to Green Gables!
Yes! Let us know if you have an event coming up and would like to feature the film! You supply the screen and projector, we supply the film and donation jar! Contact Green Gables Today!
An amazing turnout and an fantastic reception after gave The Green Gables team a chance to showcase its warm, hospitable nature that will be one of the focus points once they take possession of the house.
With amazing hosts, delicious food and comfortable screening room at Brevard Cinema House in Cocoa, Florida, we had a wonderful time at all three showings! Thank you to all the attendees!
This screening was presented by the amazing 4th grade students, and their teachers, who organized this event as their service project! It was a wonderful day!
Many thanks to Intracoastal Brewery, 652 West Eau Gallie Boulevard, Melbourne, FL 32935, for hosting a screening of the film There was raffles, silent auction, 50/50 and donations to Green Gables in addition to the viewing Forgotten Enchantress!
Many thanks to the awesome, hardworking Green Gables team, host, Florida Institute of Technology University and the amazing people who attended the screening of ‘Forgotten Enchantress’ documentary, created by bUneke.org.
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