Château du Parc is located at 420 South Park Avenue in Hinsdale.

Photos by Marcello Rodarte

More than 200 people attended An Evening at Château du Parc in early October at the home of Mimi and Dan Collins at 420 S. Park in Hinsdale. Guests enjoyed libations, hors d’oeuvres and music while learning about the home’s extensive 20-month restoration process, recently completed by the homeowners.

The event featured an interactive exhibit, hosted via the Hinsdale Historical Society’s Historical Tourist App, with newly unveiled content detailing the home’s renovation and shedding light on the original owners of the home. Guests were encouraged to download the app to view supplemental visuals and to hear narration by Hinsdale Historical Society’s Matt Stockmal.

All Proceeds from the event will benefit the Hinsdale Historical Society’s R. Harold Zook Home & Studio at KLM. ■

Steve Napleton, Mimi Collins, Bill Napleton, Kathy Napleton, Carol Napleton, Stephen Napleton and Madeline Napleton
Allie Howard Killen and Event Chair Margherita Lutz
Hope Lloyd Brown, Paulette Lloyd and Sarah Zielke
Amelia Canham Eaton and Mimi Collins
Carrie Rosich and Kristen Laakso
Ginny Stewart, Lisa Sexton and Marygrace Hess
Amanda Swanson, Sarah London and Amy Waldron
Stephanie Tuthill and Kayla Weiss
Stacey Campbell, Julie Langdon and Ruta Dudenas
Allison Knuepfer, Elizabeth Dziedzic, Emily Hannigan, Megan Pack and Walker Rediehs
Christy Hernandez, Event Chair Alexis Braden, Event Chair Hope Lloyd Brown, Event Chair Anna Fiascone, Event Chair Sarah Zielke and Elizabeth Dziedzic
Homeowners Mimi and Dan Collins