Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) was chartered as a 501(c)(3) in 1994 with the purpose of preserving the history and heritage of Dunwoody.  In addition to saving and rehabilitating historic properties and cemeteries in our city, DPT seeks to educate the public on the rich history of Dunwoody and to archive its stories and photographs.  Public and private donations, as well as our annual fundraiser, Lemonade Days, supports these efforts.

Mission Statement:

DPT’s mission is to identify and save the historic resources and heritage of Dunwoody, and to create opportunities for community members to interact with and understand our city’s history in order to bridge generations and strengthen the ties that bind together our City.

Host Your Private Events at the Donaldson-Bannister Farm:

For information about booking your event at this beautiful facility, call 770-668-0401 or email us at events@dunwoodydpt.org.  For details about the private event space, please follow this link, Private Events.

Thanks AJC for your article about Lemonade Days!:

Thank you to the AJC for the article on our 20th Lemonade Days!  Read it here.  Come on out this weekend for a fun festival!

Guest Cottage Fundraiser:  

For more information about this special fundraiser, and to view the video “Saving the Guest Cottage” please visit the following link. Guest Cottage Fundraiser

Upcoming Events
September 21 @ 9:30 am

History Alive – Pioneer Life 101-Insiders Look to Kitchen Gardens, Cooking, and Everyday Life as A Homesteader

Katie Hendrickson will be presenting a Living History- style program covering topics related to managing a pioneer home and kitchen […]

October 5 @ 6:00 pm

Bluegrass & Farm to Table Dinner at the Farm

Are you a Food Lover? Do you enjoy Bluegrass music? A bit of both? Come spend an evening under the […]

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April 23, 2019

Read about Lemonade Days in the AJC!

Thank you AJC for the article about Lemonade Days!  Read it here.  Come out this weekend and enjoy the festival!

March 5, 2019

History Alive Series is back!

Dunwoody Preservation Trust is re-starting our History Alive series. Join us the second Saturday every other month to learn about […]

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