Call to Action for Funding the Arts and Cultural Facilities!
Friends of the Bath House and Arts SupportersProposed allocations for the City of Dallas 2024 Bond was presented on Wednesday, March 1st at the City Council Meeting at City Hall. The preliminary recommendation from the City’s bond committee for arts and cultural facilities is substantially lower than promised when the last bond program had only […]
Sad Tidings about Honk the Goose
It is with a heavy heart that we wish to make know that our beloved Honk the Goose passed peacefully away yesterday afternoon, February 1. His story has filled the hearts of ours and thousands of followers with his antics, near misses, and friendships he made with Cheryl Allison, his savior, and ultimately at Rogers […]
“Honk the Goose” Now Available at BookBaby.com
The storybook of Honk the Goose and the Girl who saved him is now available on bookbaby.com! All profits go to Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation where Honk is living the life! This photo with Honk is the team who made this book possible. Left to Right upper row: Chris, Sharon, Linda, Marty, Teresa, and Penny. And […]
NBC News Reviews the Bath House’ Reopening
View the recent news story regarding the Bath House’s opening. The Friends’ Treasurer, Teresa Bond, is one of the interviewees expressing our concern regarding hiring a manager for the center. Click here for news story.
The Bath House Needs Your Help!
Dallas Friends, the Bath House Cultural Center has provided a nurturing community for all of us. If you live here, please help. Click on Read More to learn how you can assist by reading A Letter from the Friends of the Bath House. Thank you!
New Dallas Cultural Plan Meeting 1.30
If you missed this important Dallas Cultural Plan meeting in your neighborhood, here’s another great opportunity to join the conversation! It’s time for all of us to get involved so that Dallas hears what we want! The City is Listening!
Peavy Landmark Tree Rebirth Art Auction Set for Art Mart
The Peavy Landmark Tree Rebirth Art Auction arose out of an unfortunate incident where a landmark Dallas Parks and Recreation pecan tree was vandalized. With twelve sections of its limbs salvaged, The Friends of the Bath House, surrounding neighborhood associations, and the Bath House Cultural Center are commemorating this loss by inviting selected artists into reimagining the wood […]
Vote Prop F for the Bath House!
November 7 Election BATH HOUSE CULTURAL CENTER in Bond Package VOTE FOR PROP F! The many patrons of the Bath House have a lot to cheer about in the bond package approved by the City Council on August 9. Thanks to the leadership of District 9 City Councilman Mark Clayton, the Landmark Bath House Cultural Center […]
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