Don’t forget the exciting educational experience on tap for you this evening down in State Thomas, one of the most desired neighborhoods in Dallas because it is truly historic. You will also hear — and we will report on — how Uptown got its start from the mouths of the very founders. Next week we will look inside the exquisite home of Patricia Meadows, one of the very first ST settlers who relocated out of the Park Cities and had the vision to build a beautiful home in State-Thomas. And Patricia will be speaking tonight.
Do stop by. It’s truly seldom that these homes are open.
(But if you cannot, never fear: CandysDirt has you covered!)
Thursday September 21, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
2707 State Street
Wine and hors d’oeuvres
6:15 pm—Welcome Remarks, Patricia Meadows
“The Birth of Uptown”
2707 Hibernia Street, 2309 Boll Street, and 2315 Routh Street will also be held open for tours, with door prize drawings. Please RSVP by September 19 to 972-407-2591 or via email to Mary Alice Garrison at Maryalice.firstname.lastname@example.org.