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What does Millermore mean?

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Millermore’s close brush with destruction and rebirth as the first building in our museum, I contemplate what this house means. It means more

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Candlelight Photo Contest

Dallas Heritage Village is always a picture perfect kind of place, but never more so than at Candlelight. So, this year for Candlelight, our theme is Picture Perfect Candlelight. We

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Little Visitors

Ten years ago, back when I was Curator of Education, I launched Nip and Tuck’s Barnyard Buddies Storytime for Preschoolers. It was our first official foray into preschool programming, and

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DHV Farmstead in High Cotton

“In High Cotton” is one of those wonderful old southern phrases that may not be used much these days. If you are in high cotton, you are doing well, maybe

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Community Supported History

For many, September is a time of new beginnings—freshly sharpened pencils, fresh notebooks, and a backpack still in one piece! We at Dallas Heritage Village are also looking forward to

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The Jazz Age!

I am excited to be part of our second annual Jazz Age Sunday Social on Sunday, March twenty-second! This is a partnered event with The Art Deco Society of Dallas.

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The Power of Wind

This week, I had the privilege of reading our featured book and theme for Spring Fling and Barnyard Buddies this year, Gilberto and the Wind by Marie Hall Ets. Marie

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