The Dallas County Pioneer Association is dedicated to preserving the history of Dallas County and those pioneers who settled the County before the year of 1880. Anyone interested in membership may apply, regardless of when their ancestors came.
1. To perpetuate the memory and spirit of the persons who resided in the area that became Dallas County, Texas, before January 1, 1880.
2. To encourage historical research concerning Dallas county, its cities, towns, other communities, and early citizens, so that a comprehensive record may be preserved for future generations.
3. To foster the preservation of historical sites, street and place names, documents, and relics.
4. To use the DCPAâ€™s influence to have all places of historical significance in Dallas County appropriately marked to keep alive the memory of persons, places and events important to the history of the County.
The Association meets quarterly for dinner and a program, at 6 p.m., the first Thursday of March, June, September and December. Please check our calendar for details, dates, and times.
Visitors are always welcome,
Meeting room opens at 6:00 p.m. for dining and fellowship. Reservation required for dinner.
Program starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.
Dues: Membership dues are: Individual, $20 per year or $200 for a Life Membership.