NTX Giving Day Now Open for Early Donations!
Starting today, September 1, you may donate to North Texas Giving Day all the way through September 22. Your generosity with the Friends is always appreciated! Follow this link to go directly to the Friends’ page for NTX Giving Day: https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/friends-of-the-bath-house-cultural-center
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.
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!
Participating Artists in the Peavy Landmark Tree Rebirth Project
The following artists will be delivering their art to the Bath House for the Live Auction this week: David Chandler, Debra Molotsky, Edith Torres, Maegan Kirschner, Michael Galgan, Sharon Neel-Bagley, T. Stone, VET and Vicki Charlotta, and a collaborative work by Cynthia Daniel, Melanie Brannan, and Ryan McCutcheon. Take a look at some of the […]
The Friends Receive Award from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce
The Friends are proud to announce that our organization has been awarded the “Live Local Award” from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce in their 2016 Business Awards event! Teresa Bond graciously receive the award on our behalf, with Nancy Black, Bob Quaglia, and Sharon Shero in attendance. We are so honored, Thank you […]
Friends of the Bath House Is Honored with an Award!
The East Dallas Chamber of Commerce announced their selections. See our award and those of our fellow organizations and business here. We are most flattered and thrilled to be acknowledged for our work in the community!
Just When You Thought NTGD Was Finally Over…
#GivingTuesday crops up. What the heck? Rest assured, we’re not going to pummel you with missives from all our social media artillery. We’ve done enough during the North Texas Giving Day campaign. And quite honestly, we’re exhausted as much as you over the hype, both in delivering our pleas and being recipients from other worthy non-profits. […]
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