Thanks-Giving Square is bounded by Pacific Ave. and Bryan and Ervay sts. Designed in 1976 by architect Philip Johnson, this island of serenity in the heart of downtown Dallas contains a landscaped meditation garden with cascading fountains and a chapel open to people of all faiths and traditions. The square inspires gratitude and honors the great American and world traditions of Thanksgiving. Gabriel Loire's dramatic “Glory Window” and Norman Rockwell’s “Golden Rule” mosaic are highlights of the art collection. Throughout the year, an array of events, exhibitions and community celebrations that promote the spirit and unifying value of giving thanks are presented.