Stone Cottage Theatre
Part of the Addison Conference and Theatre Centre, the Stone Cottage is one of Addison's historic structures. It was the original town meeting facility where citizens gathered to discuss politics or celebrate special occasions. The structure was built in 1939 as part of the WPA program, originally constructed as the meeting facility for the local Home Demonstration Club. A local farmer, R.B. George, oversaw the construction while the building supplies were donated by a local lumber company. Sears Roebuck helped the project by providing kitchen equipment for the members to use.
The Stone Cottage has just completed a renovation that retained its historic essence while updating it to accommodate today's meeting and event needs. This facility provides a unique setting for special events of up to 55 people. The 900 square foot cottage includes a small prep kitchen.
Source: City of Addison, Texas website: http://www.addisontx.gov/