Historical group hosting first Front Porch Series

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By KAROLYN GEPHART

The Friendswood Historical Society is presenting its first Front Porch Series Friday, April 28 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Brown Museum.

Admission is free.

Musical entertainment will be provided as well as stories of the city’s past. According to Historical Society members, the stories are all interesting and unique especially the very strange story of Friendswood’s first dog.

The event is planned for all ages and those attending are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner and lawn chairs. Dessert will be provided on a first come first served basis.

Local restaurant, The Brasserie 1895 will have deli sandwiches for sale.

The event is sponsored by both the Historical Society and the Friends of Downtown Friendswood.

The Brown Museum is located across from the downtown mural at 108 Skyview Terrace in Friendswood.

The Historical Society was formed in 1968 and is dedicated to preserving and maintaining Friendswood’s history and heritage.

For more information go to the Friendswood Historical Society’s Facebook page.

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