Slocum Street Style Night charity event returns to Dallas design 2009: Evening 30

Slocum Street Style Night charity event returns to Dallas design

On this special evening, over 30 showrooms throw open their doors to the treasures inside and give a once-a-year opportunity to the general public

to have a sneak peek, shop, and enjoy food, spirits and music. With the street closed to vehicle traffic for the evening, guests can enjoy a casual stroll or catch one of the Slocum Style trolleys to move to the next stop. For the first time, the popular Savor Dallas food and wine event will be showcasing selected restaurants from their culinary roster to preview the upcoming 2010 Savor Dallas. At each trolley stop, the select restaurants will dish up delectable samples of their cuisine. Again this year, DIFFA revives the popular Wreath Auction by holding a silent auction of wreaths, for holiday and all occasions which have been designed and donated by top Dallas designers and Slocum Street showrooms. Additionally a treasure trove of goodies from Design District galleries will be offered in the silent auction. "Slocum Street is thrilled to be partnered with DIFFA and Savor Dallas," says Brendan Bass, President of the Slocum Street Antiques and Design Association. "The collaboration of popular designers, DIFFA supporters, Savor Dallas restaurants and members of the Association will make our 11th annual Style Night bigger and better than ever." "The combination of Slocum Street, DIFFA and Savor Dallas is a win-win for everyone," says Gary Elam, chairman of Style Night. Complimentary valet parking is available at the entrance to Slocum Street at Hi Line Drive. This event is free and open to the public. Located at 1403 Slocum Street, the DIFFA Wreath Auction will close at 10:00pm. Source: Slocum Street

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