By Dana Goolsby
Grapeland, Texas- If you like your home-style cooking with a side of history, then you will love the Cafe and Creamery in the Queen City of the Sand Flats. Once a dry goods, grocery and furniture store, today the Cafe and Creamery is serving up groceries, rather than supplying them.
By Dana Goolsby
Galveston Island, Texas – An array of antiques, furniture and home accessories will be available for sale at Galveston Historical Foundation’s annual sale of donated items. Held at the Architectural Salvage Warehouse, 2228 Broadway inside GHF’s 1940 Sears Building, the sale will emphasize high-quality antiques, furniture and art in good condition.
Galveston Historical Foundation Announces 2014 Sally B. Wallace Preservation Award Winners & Awards Reception
Galveston Island, Texas– Galveston Historical Foundation invites the public to a special awards reception of the 2014 Sally B. Wallace Preservation Awards on from 4-6 p.m., Saturday, August 23, 2014, at the 1861 U.S. Custom House, 502 20th Street. Tickets are $15 per person or $100 for a table of 8 and are available online at www.galvestonhistory.org.
History On Tap Dinners Return to 40th Annual Galveston Historic Homes Tour
Galveston Island, Texas– Fine dining has graced these tables before, but never quite like this as Galveston Historical Foundation’s 40th annual Galveston Historic Homes Tour offers select seats to two special dinners. Held each Saturday of the 40th annual tour, the History on Tap dinners allow guests to enjoy specially crafted menus in locations featured on the tour. Tickets are $150 per seat and reservations, available at www.galvestonhistory.org or by calling 409-765-3404, are required.
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