Moshe and Karen Sibille will be our hosts at the historic home known as the “Dike House”, a fine example of “eclectic carpenter design”. It was built in 1894 by B.H. Jacobs, a Civil War veteran. He sold it to A. N. Dike, whose family members lived in the house for many decades. It was among the first homes to receive a historic award, back in 1976.
The Sibilles will tell us of the changes that have occurred in the appearance and structure of the house. In the several years that they have lived there, the modifications that they have made have all been ones of necessity, or of a desire to re-instate the original feel of the house. They have enjoyed filling the house with antiques.
Please bring your favorite covered dish – last names beginning with the letters A-S (main dishes) and T-Z (desserts.)