“Renaissance of Caring: Celebrating and Preserving Galveston’s Residential Architecture”


Renaissance of Caring: Celebrating and Preserving Galveston’s Residential Architecture at Rosenberg Library

Thursday, May 9

Rosenberg Library, Trustees Hall

All are invited to see this new exhibit, located in Rosenberg Library’s Trustees Hall, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Galveston Historical Foundation Historic Homes Tour, which has exposed thousands of people to the unique and beautiful architecture of Galveston. Registration is encouraged but not required to attend the event.

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and wine as you view a sampling of historic home paintings, representing homes both here and gone, from the Rosenberg Library Museum collection. Includes a presentation at 6:30 PM with Kathleen Maca about her Lost Homes of Galveston series, featured in Galveston Monthly.

The Renaissance of Caring exhibit is open now through August 29.

Also happening this month, check out:

Music from the Galveston Ukulele Society

Thursday, May 23 at 6 PM

Hear beautiful music from the Galveston Ukulele Society as we celebrate island life in the Wortham Auditorium!

They love sharing aloha through song, and you are welcome to sing along! Come enjoy the magical sound of the ukulele, all ages are welcome.

GUS is a Galveston-based ukulele group that welcomes all ages and abilities.

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