A beautiful fall evening at the Hall of State in Dallas was the recent setting for an evening of a century in the making. Over 200 philanthropists, sociables, and community leaders were on hand for the Dallas Historical Society’s Centennial gala for an evening of great food, fantastic conversation, and touching tributes that those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget.
The thirteenth annual Symphony of Chefs benefiting KidLinks was recently held at the Armstrong Fieldhouse at SMU. This year’s event was helmed by Co-chairs Lisa and Stuart Sides and Beanie and Martin Newman who, along with Honorary Chef Chairs Michael Matis, Chef de Cuisine at Fearing’s, and, Chef and Founder of Asian Mint Restaurant Group’s Nikky Phinyawatana were the driving forces behind this ultimate chef-driven culinary dinner experience.
The Corinthian Houston was the recent setting for one of the most anticipated social events of the fall season. The Children’s Museum of Houston’s Viva Las Vegas gala attracted over 500 philanthropists and sociables for an evening of fun and fundraising that those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget.
We love a good debutante ball, don’t you? Twenty-two young women, representing five of the United States and six countries in Europe and the Mid-East, made their bows at the International Debutante Ball at the Plaza Hotel in New York, New York…and of course, there were plenty of Texas women, too.
A picture-perfect fall evening at Waterloo Greenway Park in downtown Austin was the recent setting for a fabulous night of dining and music al fresco for a worthy cause. Over 700 of the city’s most notable sociables, philanthropists, and community leaders were on hand for the second annual Glow in the Park, which has quickly become one of the most anticipated events of the fall social season.