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Community Potluck Meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Fellowship Hall of St. James Episcopal Church, 1101 North Broadway. Bring a dish (or takeout or bag of chips) to share and join us for updates and networking! Child care is provided, however, if depending on the number of children, some parents may need to assist in watching the children.
This two story frame house was built around 1895 and uses elements of Eastlake style in its design. The hip roof with lower cross gables and the pedimented gable on the porch roof are typical of many of the Victorian-era styles, as is the wrap around front and side porch with its brackets. The Eastlake style was commonly used at the same time as the Queen Anne, but is usually heavier and more vertical than houses built in the Queen Anne styles. Wood trim often takes the form of applied bulls-eyes (rondels) or "X" or other letter shapes. Wood trim may have been formed by a chisel or gouge rather than a scroll saw.