Renovators Open House 29 November 2018, 5:30 pm - 7 pm
728 Felder Avenue
Free Admission for Landmarks members
Join us as we take a peek inside a personal residence under renovation. It’s an example of the Colonial Revival style that began about the country’s centennial in 1876 and petered out slowly before WWII. The Colonial Revival style is an eclectic style with strong influences of Georgian and Federal, and to a lesser degree Greek Revival. Dr. Brian and Marcela Richardson offer this exclusive look into their home’s renovation for Landmarks members only.
Special thanks to our sponsors. Crosby Electric, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, Montgomery Antiques & Interiors, Standard/Taylor Inc., and Whirley Construction Group, LLC.
14th Annual Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball
14th Annual Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball 7 December, 2018, 6 pm - 8 pm Ware-Farley-Hood House 450 North Hull Street Old Alabama Town By Admission
This glittering ball is a fundraiser for Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery and is open to girls 6th Grade and under (former princesses 7th Grade and up are invited to become a member of the DPB Board). Ware-Farley-Hood House in Old Alabama Town is the setting for the little girls who will be a special princess for this magical evening! Moms are not allowed! Dads, favorite uncles and grandfathers will be the princess’ date for the evening of dancing, fabulous food and, of course, tiaras fit for the royalty these little girls will be!
Attire is black tie optional. For more information on the DPB Board, call 334-240-4617.
For tickets, click here. Thank you to The Locker Room for being our sponsor!