Preserve Granbury's 10th Annual Party on the Peak What and Where: A historic celebration and get together in privately owned Comanche Peak, a 1,229-foot historic mesa in Hood County. The evening includes self-guided tours, panoramic views of North Texas, cocktails, dinner, and dancing under the Texas stars. During the 2017 party, over 400 guests enjoyed [...]
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Join Preserve Granbury in supporting the Hood County Museum and the Hood County Genealogical/ Historical Society in moving and preserving the Panther Branch Post Office In 1968, the county's history captured the fascination of more residents when local car dealer R. E. Durham discovered an old log cabin inside a frame house south of Comanche [...]
Preserve Granbury was excited to participate in the 4th Annual 50 Fellas Foodfest, benefiting the Granbury ISD Education Foundation. Our team was represented well by John Lewis and Mike McGowan who prepared a wonderful Mexican cornbread casserole for the Appetizer/Side category. We placed second, right behind the formidable team of Mayor Nin Hulett and Councilman [...]
The 2016 Party on the Peak celebration was another huge success for Preserve Granbury! This annual event took place on the privately-owned Comanche Peak...a 1,229 foot historic mesa overlooking Hood County on Saturday, October 1st just before sundown. Events included self-guided tours, panoramic views of the Brazos River Valley, cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres, dinner, and dancing under [...]
We’re excited to have participated in the 2015 Granbury-A Candlelight Tour…this was the first year for the Preserve Granbury House to be featured and we couldn’t be prouder. The House was decked out in lights, Christmas decor, and lots of seasonal cheer. Here are just a few of the spectacular photos from that night:
Preserve Granbury is hosting our annual membership drive for 2015. From now until December 5, 2015, when you join or renew your membership with Preserve Granbury you will receive a free copy of Historic Hood County: An Illustrated History, our special publication covering the history of Hood County, from prehistorical times to present. This is a [...]
Our 2015 Party on the Peak was a huge success...but there was something missing. Mr. Ralph Kiss - one of our biggest fans - was unable to attend this year's festivities due to health reasons. Mr. Kiss hosted two tables at the event but did not get to join in the fun. Well, we couldn't [...]
The 2015 Party on the Peak celebration went off with a bang! This historic event took place on the privately-owned Comanche Peak...a 1,229 foot historic mesa overlooking Hood County on Saturday, September 19th. Events included self-guided tours, panoramic views of North Texas, cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres, dinner, and dancing under the Texas stars. In addition, there [...]
On Saturday, May 30th, forty hardy souls gathered under the big tree at 801 Lipan Highway (Preserve Granbury House) to celebrate Preserve Granbury's 10th Anniversary and the observance of Preservation Month. Attendees received a compilation of the accomplishments of the organization over its 10 years, and the new board members were introduced by co-president, Linda [...]