Gala Event: The gala evening will begin with a cocktail reception among the Dallas Historical Society exhibits, followed by a seated dinner in the Hall of State with a specially-created menu designed by Wendy Krispin Catering, with florals and décor by Bryan Long of Grey Gardens. The brief gala program will recognize the significant contributions of the Moody Foundation, who since its inception 80 years ago, has awarded over 4,900 grants totaling $2 billion towards the betterment of communities in our great State of Texas.
Sponsorships/Underwriting: Underwriting/Sponsorships levels range from $10,000 up to $50,000. Individual tickets are $1,500 each. Sponsorship tickets for two are $5,000. All levels have different benefits. Visit the website at www.dallashistory.org for details.
Pre-Parties: There will be a series of invitation-only pre-parties in celebration of longtime supporters, business and community leaders who have made significant contributions to the Dallas Historical Society.
Centennial Jubilee Award: Moody Foundation
Contact for more information: Michelle Meadows, Director of Development. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-421-4500.
The Dallas Historical Society: Whether someone is new to Dallas or a native Texan, the Dallas Historical Society offers programs and exhibits that educates and informs visitors about their home city and reveals insights and little-known facts that one might be unable to grasp from history books alone, especially with the museum’s newest permanent exhibit. Ongoing events include brown bag lectures, Evening With programs, and the Deep Vellum series along with this very special exhibit honoring Texas’ independence, the interactive Texas Liberty Forever: The Battle of the Alamo diorama by Tom Feely. Join in discovering more about Dallas and take part in one or more of these wonderful programs. Visit the website for more information at www.dallashistory.org
The Dallas Historical Society: Celebrating Its Centennial Year In 2022
The stories of Dallas are shared each day at the Dallas Historical Society through the three million items that comprise our archives and artifact collections. Established in 1922, the Dallas Historical Society collects, preserves, and exhibits the unique heritage of Dallas and Texas to educate and inspire future generations.
Housed at the Hall of State in Fair Park since 1938, DHS presents these collections through education programs, exhibitions, tours, access to research materials and workshops.
Among the three million historical artifacts at DHS are such treasures as Sam Houston’s handwritten account of the Battle of San Jacinto, the only known original Juneteenth document, James Fannin’s watch, and Santa Anna’s spurs. The DHS collection houses over 10,000 bound volumes and receives more than 1,500 research requests annually.
Each year, the Dallas Historical Society is visited by over 160,000 people and serves more than 20,000 students through guided tours and educational programming at the Hall of State, as well as outreach programs at schools. Visit the website for more information at www.dallashistory.org