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Dallas Chapter

The Dallas Chapter was founded by Lysa Rohan in 1990. Since that time, the Chapter has organized social events for its members based on themes relating to French culture. Past highlights include a benefit dinner at the home of Kelly and Norman Green, whose house was built by George Parker, featuring the boiseries from a hotel particulier in Paris; guest of honor Olivier Bernier’s lecture: "Fireworks at Dusk- Paris in the Thirties" at a patron dinner; and FHS President Princess Marie-Sol de la Tour d'Auvergne’s talk on the evolution of French gardens. She was also the guest of honor at a fundraising event benefiting the Katrina Heritage Rescue Fund, themed around "An Evening in the Vieux Carre."

French Heritage Society's Dallas Chapter Chairman is Carol Hall.

For further information or to learn more about Membership, please contact the Dallas Chapter directly.

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An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé

The Dallas Chapter of the French Heritage Society requests the pleasure of your company at

An Invitation to Chateau du Grand LuceUne Déjeuner Française
honoring
Timothy Corrigan
celebrated designer and author of

An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé

11:30a.m. Reception
12:00p.m. Luncheon

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Brook Hollow Golf Club
8301 Harry Himes Boulevard
Dallas, Texas

About the Author

Timothy Corrigan has been hailed in Architectural Digest as “Today’s Tastemaker,” and is known for his ability to create a world of European elegance infused with California comfortable.

Timothy has been named one of the AD100 for the past 10 years. Last year he received the Star of Design award from the Pacific Design Center and was the first American decorator honored by the French Heritage Society. He has been the keynote speaker at the design centers in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas and New York.

His work has been featured in numerous publications worldwide. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his firm manages projects around the word for clients ranging from Middle Eastern royalty, corporate leaders and Hollywood celebrities.

Timothy recently designed the first fully integrated collection of fabrics, trims, furniture and floor covering for Schumacher and Patterson, Flynn & Martin. Last spring, Royal Limoges debuted the first pattern of the Timothy Corrigan Tabletop Collection, with his second pattern debuting this spring..

Prior to forming his design firm in 1996, Timothy had a successful career in advertising where he headed up Bates Worldwide’s international operations, managing 197 offices in 96 countries.

His First book, “An Invitation to Chateau du Grand-Lucé,” published by Rizzoli, will be the subject of his talk.

The Second Empire and Belle Époque: the Transformation of Paris

The Dallas Chapter of the French Heritage Society

coridally invites you to 

The Second Empire and Belle Époque: the Transformation of Paris

presented by celebrated lecturer

James F. Caughman

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

6:00 pm Lecture
7:00 pm Reception

Brook Hollow Golf Club
8301 Harry Hines Boulevard

$100 per guest
Complimentary valet parking
Limited attendance

Please contact Carol Hall, Chapter Chairman, at (214) 363-9568 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information and phone reservations.

Dallas Chapter Updates: 2014 - 2015

Dallas Art Museum 200x149This past April, the Dallas Chapter enjoyed a full week of exciting local excursions, as they hosted the French Heritage Society Spring Board meetings.  This week included visits to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Kimbell Art Museum, and concluded with the lively Fête de Printemps!

This upcoming January, we are planning a day trip to the Bullock Texas State Historical Museum in Austin to view the installation of LaBelle, explorer La Salle’s ill-fated ship, LaBelle. The discovery of La Salle's flagship, recovered in Matagorda Bay off the Texas Coast after 300 years, was regarded as one of the most important archaeological finds of the century. The entire shipwreck and over a million artifacts have now been restored and installed in the museum. The Dallas Chapter proudly made a grant to the preservation project.

Meanwhile, are also finalizing our lecture series season for the Winter/Spring 2015.

Please check back at this page in the weeks and months ahead for more information about these upcoming events.

Finally, if you would like to join our Dallas Chapter mailing and/or emailing list, please reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your contact information.