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Non-Profit  Use

Rena Aldredge believed strongly in sharing her home with the community. During her time in the House, she regularly hosted social and charity events in her home. She gifted her house to the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation in 1974 so that the preservation of the House would be ensured and so that the House would continue to be used for civic events that would benefit the community at large.

Continuing this tradition, non-profit organizations are invited to use the House for education
programs and official meetings.

For information about use of the House, contact RuLan Hebeler at

Usage fees for equipment and services may apply.

All events consisting of 40 guests or more require valet service at the expense of the hosting organization.

Hours Of Use

Historic Aldredge House is available for use by non-profit organizations Monday through Sunday between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.


  • Please allow 30 minutes for set-up and clean-up within the House’s regular hours.

  • Evening use is granted on a very limited basis.

Eligibility Criteria

Meeting space is available on a limited basis to non-profit charitable organizations. 

Historic Aldredge House is not available for private parties, showers, receptions, or religious, political or fundraising events. 


DCMSAF reserves the right to decline the opportunity to use the meeting facilities to any group for any reason at any time.

Rooms Available For Use

  • Dining Room: Seats up to 20 around the dining room table. The table may not be removed.

  • Living Room:  Seats approximately 60 guests lecture style, or approximately 40 at round tables.

  • Gallery: Seats approximately 40 lecture style, or approximately 30 at round tables.

  • Board Room- Seats approximately 10 around a conference table.


The House has chairs, a variety of table shapes and sizes, glasses, cups, plates, table linens available for use.

A piano is available for use in the Living Room.

A kitchen with warming ovens only and a serving area are located near these spaces and are

available for use by DCMSAF approved caterers.

Food & Beverages

Food and beverages are allowed only in the downstairs rooms. All alcohol must be served by a TABC Certified Bartender. Alcohol may not be made available for purchase at any time by guests.


  • DCMSAF will provide a list of approved caterers for food and beverage services. All caterers must have a Certificate of Liability Insurance on file with DCMSAF in order to deliver food and services. Because of liability issues, no food or open alcohol can be removed from the premises.

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