Kendrick Mansion is still a sight to behold, standing tall on the hill overlooking Sheridan and Saturday, a party was held celebrating the 100 years since the mansion was built and first occupied.
Originally the home of John B. Kendrick and his family, Kendrick Mansion is now preserved and open to the public as the Trail End State Historic Site. Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen...
Sophisticated families, sophisticated lifestyles, the home was constantly used for some sophisticated entertaining.
And that was echoed in Saturday's celebration, good time, good food and good conversation.
In addition to the music and house tours, badminton and croquet could be played on the expansive lawns and Checkers, Parcheesi, Jacks, and Dominoes could be played on the porches. It was a celebration everyone could enjoy.