Meetings

In addition to the Annual Business meeting held at our convention, our members host meetings at their homes in the summer and fall. Join your friends and fellow collectors for a relaxing meeting sharing exciting new Carnival Glass finds, enjoying refreshments, and discovering the amazing glass that our members collect.

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SAVE THE DATE and MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND

Texas Carnival Glass Club Summer Meeting

Saturday, June 22, 2019

 

Hosted by:

 

David Kastor

9806 Oak Point Drive

Houston, TX 77055

Phone: 713-851-5533


It has been about two years since we met at David's home and he has added some wonderful and rare glass to his collection that you will enjoy seeing.

 

Schedule of Events:

 

11:30 am - David Kastor Open House

12:30 pm - Lunch hosted by David

  1:30 pm - Show & Tell and Business Meeting


RSVP to David Kastor to let him know you will be there for lunch --- at 713-851-5533 or dkastor@ix.netcom.com

 

Directions:

 

David is located on the west side of Houston near Memorial City Mall.  From I-10, take the Bunker Hill exit (Exit 758) and go north on Bunker Hill.  You will go through 2 lights on Bunker Hill (one at HEB and one at Westview).  Turn left on Oak Point Dr. (the first street after Westview).  You will go past 2 cross streets (the first has a stop sign).  David's house is the second house on the right after cross street (Du Lock).  The house number (9806) is on the front of the mailbox.

Looking forward to seeing you in June!

 

 

 

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TCGC Fall / Winter 2018 Meeting
November 3, 2018 - Richardson, Texas

 

The 2018 Fall/Winter meeting was hosted by Cale Wilcox at his home in Richardson, Texas.   Halloween decorations and costumes were in abundance.  Cale and Jeff not only provided a house full of beautiful carnival glass and decorations galore, but also arranged a wonderful lunch for attendees.  The meeting was well attended (24 plus some drop ins).  The business meeting was short and informative covering primarily plans for the March convention which will be the 40th anniversary for the Texas club.  There will be a limited number of commerative carnival glass pieces distributed at the convention, and Emmett Morgan had one example for display during the business meeting.

As you might expect there were some interesting "finds" displayed and discussed during the Show-and-Tell session.  Brian Foster taped Show-and-Tell and had many live on-line viewers commenting during the session.  You can view the video here https://www.facebook.com/bpitman/posts/10158040958929488

As indicated above the house was full of wonderful decorations and carnival glass galore.  Some photos from the meeting can be found by clicking on the following picture....

 

                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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