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Czech Cultural Center Houston Museum
News Release
Saturday, August 04, 2007

The Czech Center Houston Museum Benefit Gala 2007, A night of music, dinner, dance and extravagant silent auction in a Baroque Palace will be held on Saturday, August 18.
The event commences at 5:30 p.m. at the Czech Center, 4920 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas, 77004 in the museum District. RSVP required; for prepaid reservation call 713-528-2060 or email  The festive evening features an elaborate dinner catered by Houston’s legendary Rainbow Lodge well known Television personality Bob Boudreaux, song and music of Nancy Sofka. Be a part of something magical.
Come celebrate the Thirteenth Anniversary and 2004 opening of the elegant three-story baroque palace. The evening includes a Silent Auction with Open Bar and Butler passed hors d’ouevres in Brno Gallery, champagne toast to benefactors in Prague Hall and a Grande Finale Drawing for exciting European Travel. The Center continues a two-million dollar Capital Campaign goal to build-out the third and fourth floor for Library, Offices and additional Exhibit space to enhance further outreach programs to the community.

Founded in 1995 as a 501 [c][3] non-profit educational cultural organization, it provides community services to the public for exhibits, educational programs, concerts, meetings, lectures, luncheons, dinners, private, corporate, social and charitable events. The Center exists to celebrate culture, language, scholarship and arts preserving history and heritage, espousing the significance of knowing one’s ancestry, that all roots are important to being a citizen of the world. It is the Center’s belief that education and charity are cornerstone of enhancing civil society in these challenging times. The Center is committed to the regeneration of the Houston community at large. College scholarships and opportunities for docent and other volunteer experiences for high school, college students and others are available. One of Houston’s twenty museums the Center donates to charities and local schools and collaborates with other museums and cultural institutions.
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Telephone: 713-528-2060

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