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Homes Tour “Austin 1964!”
April 5, 2014
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
$23 members / $28 non-members
Preservation Austin is very excited to announce our 22nd annual spring Homes Tour “Austin 1964!” spotlighting Mid-Century Modern architecture. This special tour will offer a snapshot of a transforming Austin, when Austin’s first tech company Tracor made its initial public stock offering, a group of friends first gathered to celebrate Eeyore’s Birthday Party, and a little honky-tonk named the Broken Spoke was built on the outskirts of town.
The spotlighted homes will pay homage to the city’s modernist roots and honor some of Austin’s premier mid-century architects. Preservation Austin believes that one of Austin's great assets is the historic fabric that comprises our unique neighborhoods that stabilize and enhance our central city. Our popular Homes Tour provides a valuable resource to our community by raising awareness and appreciation of these noteworthy neighborhoods. Attendees learn about our community’s history and architecture and witness how residents value older neighborhoods, preserving the qualities that made them special.
We are seeking sponsors for what promises to be a truly unforgettable tour with an anticipated attendance of 1,000 guests. Response by March 1 will allow recognition on the print invitation.
Preservation Austin seeks the in-kind donation of items or services valued at least $250 for an on-line auction associated with our Homes Tour. Auction donors will be recognized on the event home page and in eblasts to a list of 4,000.
Call for Volunteers will be issued in February 2014.