The Centennial Celebration will mark the 100th Anniversary of Texas Lions. The event will be over a three day period from October 5-7, 2017. The host hotel is the Hyatt Regency North Texas located in Richardson. Hotel reservations may be made by visiting our Host Hotel Page here.
PACKAGE COSTS FOR THE EVENT
Registration for the event will be for the entire event, all three days. The cost includes the following:
- “Celebrating the Past” at the Hyatt Regency North Dallas, Friday night, October 6, 2017 (Preferred dress: Business Attire)
- “Legacy Lions Fellowship Breakfast” at the Hyatt Regency North Dallas, Saturday morning, October 7, 2017 (Preferred dress: Your choice)
- “A Night in the Old West” Gala and Dinner at Eddie Deen’s Ranch, Downtown Dallas, Saturday night. (Preferred dress: Texan)
- Group Transportation to and from the Gala and Dinner on Saturday night.
Fill out the registration form below and mail the documents.
FULL PAYMENT OF THE COMPLETE PACKAGE IS REQUIRED WITH REGISTRATION.
$195 Early (Post-marked on or before March 31, 2017)
$220 Regular (Post-marked between April 1 through Aug.15, 2017)
$250 Late (Post-marked from August 16, 2017 – onsite)
Bus Excursions Registration
The Centennial Committee has arranged for four excursion outings for those staying and wanting to tour Dallas and it’s cultural and historical sites. Each outing is $64, and goes to a specific tour:
Dallas Tour (October 6) – Reunion area; Trail Drive at Pioneer Plaza considered the largest bronze sculpture grouping in the US; ThanksGiving Square; Farmers’ Market, Dallas County Historic Plaza, walking tour of Dealey Plaza (assassination site of President JFK and area of former Texas School Depository. Photo-stop at the JFK Memorial, historic Old Red Courthouse, driving sights of Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Nasher Sculpture Center & Garden, Dallas Museum of Art, Booker T. Washington Performing Arts High School and Crow Collection of Asian Arts, plus the AT&T Performance Center; Wyly Theater, Annette Strauss Artist Square, City Performing Arts Hall, Wilson Block Historic District (photo-stop) and Latino Cultural Center, West Village Park, Southern Methodist University; and Highland Park-considered the 14th wealthiest area in US.
George W. Bush Presidential Center (October 6) – Visit will feature the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum. The museum exhibit allows visitors to experience the interactive Decision Points Theater that takes visitors “inside” the President’s decision making process during major crises. See steel from the World Trade Center,
a full-sized replica Oval Office with a Resolute Desk, and a Texas Rose Garden. At 67 feet tall, Freedom Hall encases a one of a kind 360 degree high-definition video wall that orients visitors and depicts a montage of the 44 US Presidents.
Sixth Floor Musuem (October 7) – School Depository, the Oswald Beckley boarding house, Officer J.D. Tippitt shooting site, Texas Theater, Dallas City Jail and the JFK Memorial. You will visit the former Texas School Depository building for an audio-guided tour of the Sixth Floor Museum giving you a look at the sixth floor corner window where alleged assassin fired the shot that killed the 35th President of the USA.
Dallas Cultural District Stroll (October 7) – Docent-guided walking tour of Dallas Cultural Arts District to include visits with onsite venue guide of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Winspear Opera House & Wyly Theater. Sites include: Nasher Sculpture Center & Garden, Dallas Museum of Art (DMA), Booker T. Washington Performing Arts High School and Crow Collection of Asian Art. Time to enjoy the DMA, Nasher and Crow Collection. Lunch options: Klyde Warren Park restaurant – SAVOR;
trendy food trucks OR one of the surrounding museum restaurants or dining venues located at City Arts Plaza. This would be a full day tour or adjusted as needed.