Dorothy “Dot” Lefebvre’s Eighteen-Ninety House

April marks the 52nd anniversary for Dot Lefebvre’s Eighteen-Ninety House, a framing shop that has a rich history of its own. Her stately home on Paso’s Westside at 626 16th Street was built in 1890 and was turned around to face 16th Street in 1938. Dot says, “I always called it my Eighteen-Ninety House.”

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Honoring Our Native American Heritage

The El Paso de Robles Historical Society presents "Time and the Tide," through 2018 at the Historic Carnegie Library in the downtown City Park — first displayed at the Hearst Castle before moving to Mission San Antonio and portrays the Prehistoric Period, the Mission Period, the Gold Rush, Hearst Castle and Military.

Cheers to Pets & Survivorship: A Book Signing with Teresa Rhyne

For National Pet Month, General Store is hosting a book signing for dear friend and #1 New York Times best-selling author Teresa Rhyne. Meet Teresa at General Store on Saturday, April 14 from 3 to 6 p.m. We will donate $1.00 for every book sold, and a percentage of our sales for the entire day, to Meade Canine Rescue.

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