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September 2018- Houston

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James Dick, founder Diane Tovey Barbara & Darryl Tocker Jacqueline Ditsler, Barry Moore, Steve Ditsler What: Unveiling of the Faith P. and Charles L. Bybee Library and Study Center, Round Top Festival Institute Where: Festival Concert Hall PC Moment: The Bybee Library and Study Center came to life with a dedication featuring remarks by Festival Hill's founder and artistic director, James Dick, and associate managing director and curator, Lamar Lentz. The celebration included an open house, library tour, music by pianist Dick Smith and harpist Terry Ross, and bites from the Festival Hill kitchen. The Bybee Library, which was completed with support from the Bybee Foundation, houses more than a dozen special collections, including works by late Round Top artist James Painter. Who: Barry Moore, president of the Faith P. and Charles L. Bybee Foundation; associate curator of collections Pat Johnson; Bybee Foundation's Jacqueline and Steve Ditsler; the Tocker Foundation's Barbara and Darryl Tocker; Harriet and Truett Latimer; Rear Admiral Tod Schenck; and Richard Royall, managing director of Round Top Festival Institute. Matthew Ramirez HILL A LIBRARY upon a NOTHING IS TOO BIG Alisanne Frew isn't afraid of large-scale pieces or massive projects. As a resident of France, she discovers unique pieces for shows throughout the year and captures opportunities for her clients that are often missed by those who shop in France only once or twice a year. Monumental French limestone landscape and garden decor in THE BONEYARD AT ROUND TOP OPENING NEXT TO THE ARBORS THIS FALL! SEPTEMBER 22 – OCTOBER 6 in The Boneyard At Round Top opening this Fall!

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