Saturday was a day spent at a mansion. Specifically, the Governor Hill Mansion in Augusta, Maine. (HISTORY NOTE: The building of the mansion was commissioned by Maine’s 45th governor, John Fremont Hill, to be his home. He chose Maine architect John Calvin Stevens, who designed it in a Colonial Revival style. It was completed in 1902. END HISTORY NOTE) Our friend Kayla has put this event on two years in a row, each year with a different theme. This year’s theme was “Black and White”. Highlights of the evening included a beautiful library, good and well dressed company, delicious meatballs, balcony dancing, and quiet corners to hide in. Thank you Kayla, for a great night!