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April 2018

Preserve Granbury’s Party on the Peak

2018-08-16T10:39:43+00:00

Unfortunately, the Party at the Peak has been canceled for 2018. Preserve Granbury looks forward to hosting future events that will benefit the history of Hood County for years to come.

Preserve Granbury’s Party on the Peak 2018-08-16T10:39:43+00:00

August 2017

Support the Panther Branch Post Office

2018-04-04T08:40:38+00:00

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 [...]

Support the Panther Branch Post Office 2018-04-04T08:40:38+00:00

October 2016

50 Fellas Foodfest

2016-10-20T10:25:49+00:00

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 [...]

50 Fellas Foodfest 2016-10-20T10:25:49+00:00

A Night of Excitement for Party on the Peak 2016

2016-10-20T08:41:51+00:00

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 [...]

A Night of Excitement for Party on the Peak 2016 2016-10-20T08:41:51+00:00

May 2015

Cherishing Our Sense of Place

2015-05-27T15:07:47+00:00

Hood County grew by almost 25% from 2000 until 2014, and is expected to continue growing at a rapid pace.  Suburban sprawl has brought dramatic change to our community.  Preserve Granbury is working to preserve the charm and special sense of place that makes us all want to live in Hood County.  Here are photos [...]

Cherishing Our Sense of Place 2015-05-27T15:07:47+00:00

Come Join the Fun at Preserve Granbury’s Annual Picnic & Business Meeting

2016-02-15T17:04:10+00:00

You’re invited to Preserve Granbury’s 5th Annual Picnic & Business Meeting on Saturday, May 30, 2015.  This year, the picnic will be held at the historic Preserve Granbury House located at 801 North Lipan Drive in Granbury. The business meeting will begin at 11:00am, followed by the outdoor picnic at noon.  During the business meeting, the restoration [...]

Come Join the Fun at Preserve Granbury’s Annual Picnic & Business Meeting 2016-02-15T17:04:10+00:00

February 2014

Rehabilitation of Gordon House Underway

2014-02-26T21:15:33+00:00

Rehabilitation of the historic Gordon House in Granbury is underway and Preserve Granbury is proud to be part of its preservation. In March 2013, Preserve Granbury donated $26,000 to the City of Granbury for rehabilitation of the Gordon House and other historic buildings at the Dora Lee Langdon Cultural and Educational Center. This donation helped match the generous [...]

Rehabilitation of Gordon House Underway 2014-02-26T21:15:33+00:00

January 2014

Sixth Annual Party on the Peak Set for September 27

2014-01-28T22:17:35+00:00

Save the Date! Preserve Granbury’s 2014 Party on the Peak will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, beginning at 5 p.m.  Party on the Peak features historic tours, panoramic views of the North Texas prairie, an authentic cowboy chuck-wagon dinner, and dancing under the stars. The party also features live and silent fundraising auctions of [...]

Sixth Annual Party on the Peak Set for September 27 2014-01-28T22:17:35+00:00

Granbury’s Historic Brazos Drive-In For Sale

2014-01-24T23:15:08+00:00

Historic Landmark May be Eligible for Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credits  The Brazos Drive-In Theatre in Granbury has been showing first-run movies since opening night June 5, 1952, when the theater featured The First Time, a “delightful family comedy” starring Robert Cummings and Barbara Hale. Featuring two cartoons each night, the Brazos charged 49 cents per [...]

Granbury’s Historic Brazos Drive-In For Sale 2014-01-24T23:15:08+00:00