The National Historic Registrar, an organization sin par and under the auspices of the National Park Service, lists the Union Hall built in 1916 as a beautiful example of Territorial style architecture, mixing Pueblo and Victorian styles.
There, the witty and erudite of Chase Creek and fashionable neighborhoods of the quaint town of Clifton gather to discuss, discourse, disseminate and occasionally dissemble as they assemble.
Wine, sweet wine, is poured; cheese tasted; and laughter, sweet laughter, heard. The commingling of African Art with southwestern living provides peculiar yet pleasing counterpoint as host Lawrence “Jeff”, aka, Captain Gaskin regales his visitors with tales stranger than fiction.
Fictitious? Come to THE UNION HALL and see…or hear…for yourself! Corks pop anytime from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. next day.