The Vinings Historic Preservation Society maintains The Pace House, c. 1865-1874, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A fundraising auction to support the work of the Vinings Historic Preservation Society will be hosted at SOHO restaurant in Vinings Jubilee.
A fundraising auction will be hosted to support the work of the Vinings Historic Preservation Society on Sunday, May 20, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at SOHO Atlanta restaurant in Vinings Jubilee.
The event will feature a full dinner buffet, open bar, live music, silent auction and live auction.
Admission for VHPS members is $55. Admission for non-members is $75 and special event admission is $200, which includes two tickets and a “Trailblazer” level membership.
The nonprofit Vinings Historic Preservation Society was established by a great-great-granddaughter of early Vinings settler Hardy Pace in 1993 to help preserve the historic spirit and structures of Vinings. The organization maintains the Pace House, the Old Pavilion and the Yarbrough House, all on Paces Ferry Road in the heart of Vinings.
For tickets and more information, visit www.vinings.org.