2018 Pier & Beam Fall Party Host Committee
Thank you for considering being a part of the Host Committee for the 2018 Pier & Beam Fall Party!
Please fill out this form to make your Host Committee commitment. By joining the Host Committee, you agree to:
- Spread the word about the Fall Party to your network
- Allow Pier & Beam to use your name on promotional materials for the event
(Your Host Committee donation includes admission to the Fall Party, too, so we look forward to seeing you there!)
If you have any questions or suggestions about the Fall Party or the Host Committee, e-mail us or call (713) 510-3990.
About the 2018 Fall Party
- When: 7-10 p.m. Thursday, November 15, 2018
- Where: Eldorado Ballroom, 2310 Elgin Avenue
- Chairs: Jae Boggess and Chris Castillo; Ali & Frank Donnelly; Emily & Clayton Forswall
The Fall Party is Pier & Beam's largest membership and fundraising event. Each Fall Party is held in a distinctive historic location — this year, we're lucky enough to bring the event to the Eldorado Ballroom, a storied 1939 venue that is extremely significant in the Third Ward and in Houston's musical history.
During the party, we celebrate Pier & Beam's birthday (this year is our fifth!) and present the Future Landmark Award, which honors an outstanding recent project that is making a significant contribution to Houston's urban landscape. Proceeds from the Fall Party benefit Pier & Beam and Preservation Houston.
About Pier & Beam
Pier & Beam, established in 2013, is the next-generation member group of Preservation Houston, a nonprofit historic preservation education and advocacy organization. Pier & Beam members share a passion for Houston’s architecture, art, history and culture. We believe in preserving and giving new life to significant buildings and landscapes, promoting sustainability and smart growth, and fostering vibrant, livable neighborhoods. Learn more about Pier & Beam →
About Preservation Houston
Preservation Houston is Houston’s only citywide nonprofit historic preservation education and advocacy organization. Since 1978, Preservation Houston has voiced strong support for better public policy and protection of our irreplaceable historic resources. Our members, volunteers and staff have been instrumental in the adoption of a citywide preservation ordinance, the designation of local landmarks and historic districts, and the development of a preservation ethic in the Bayou City. Learn more about Preservation Houston →