East End Table

Join us for a wonderful evening celebrating the East End Foundation and its East End 2017 honorees, Arturo Chavez and David Duthu. These outstanding East End advocates have generously given of their time and talent to the East End community.

You will want to meet the wonderful owners of historic Fire Station #2, Anne Whitlock and Michael Skelly who have generously opened their home to support the efforts of the East End Foundation, a 5013c organization whose mission is to support the East End Cultural District.

Built in 1910, Fire Station No. 2 is a brick, two-story structure at 317 Sampson. Company No. 2 was one of the three original, volunteer fire companies in Houston during the late 1800s. The cast-concrete rustication, the proportions of the brick arched openings, and the layout of the symmetrical facade of Fire Station No. 2 are all characteristic of Houston architect Olle Lorhen’s work of the period.

Friday, December 1, 2017, 6:30 — 9:30 PM
355 Sampson Street
Houston, TX 77003
East End Table

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Meeting Location Has Changed!

Through August 2019

The St. Austin Center will be under construction from now until August 2019. While the building is undergoing renovations, the Civic Club will be meeting at the Magnolia Multi-Service Center (MSC) at 7037 Capitol Street, Houston, Texas 77011. Magnolia MSC is nearby off S. Wayside just east of the Magnolia Transit Center and to the north of Gus Wortham Golf Course.