One of the best parties in town this evening was the one along Franklin Street at the Horace Williams House, officially located at 610 Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill, NC. The Horace Williams House is a treasure and this evening, it was the home to the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill’s Fortieth Anniversary celebration with an elegant dinner on the lawn, live music and dancing under the stars, and a well-supported silent auction in the Horace Williams House dining room. The list of those attending was impressive, demonstrating the strong support of the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill from those who have loved Chapel Hill for years – many for more than 40 years! The food was outstanding, catered by Durham Catering Company. Dancing on the lawn went well into the evening with live music provided by Liquid Pleasure. Chapel Hill Service League volunteers assisted in various ways, typical of their spirit and energy. As the celebration and silent auction came to a close, the music faded and attendees made their way home, after another evening of making memories under a beautiful Carolina night sky. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill, please join in. Whether you are a long-time member of the community or a newcomer to the area, there’s history to be learned and a mission to support, through the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill. For membership information, phone (919) 942-7818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.