Dallas’ oldest and largest home tour will take place once again October 14th and 15th from noon to 6:00pm each day. For the 31th time the Oak Cliff opens its doors to our guests for the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Fall Tour of Homes.
The number and variety of beautiful homes makes the Tour a terrific calling card for Oak Cliff. Every year more than a thousand of our friends from all over North Texas come to see some of the finest Oak Cliff has to offer. What better way to promote our part of the city as a great place to live and to do business?
Once again this year, “ticket central” will be in the Bishop Arts District, one of the hubs of economic renewal and artistic achievement in Oak Cliff. Some will be revisiting their home territory, and some will be new friends who have never been to our part of town, discovering for the first time one of Dallas’ best kept secrets.
In addition to promoting Oak Cliff to the rest of the world, the proceeds from the Home Tour make possible our Neighborhood Grant program each year. Recent grants have included neighborhood signage, pocket parks, and traffic abatement projects. Over the years, more than $75,000 has been turned back into our neighborhoods for the benefit of all Oak Cliff residents. The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League is proud to continue our mission of preserving Oak Cliff, supporting our neighborhoods, fostering communication and promoting our area to the wider community.
Tickets will be $15.00, $12.00 for seniors; and are available now or on the days of the Tour at the Nodding Dog Coffee House (Bishop and 7th Sts) or at the Oak Cliff Mercantile (330 W. Davis St). For more information, contact Vicki Fitzgerald, Tour Chairman at 214-948-9809 or email [email protected].
Official Website: http://www.ooccl.com/hometour.htm