All Historic Site Events

July 2018

July 17

Summer heat got you down? Get cooled off at the Sam Bell Maxey House’s Summer Sprinkler Parties! It’s your chance to run through sprinklers on the Maxey House grounds! In addition to the sprinklers, there will be other water-themed games and activities to participate in. If water isn’t your thing, come and play historic games to play on the grounds. Feel free to make an evening out of it and...

July 18

Kids Camp: Victorian Science!

Ages 8 – 10 years

$60

Wednesday thru Friday, July 18 - 20, 2018

9 a.m. – 3p.m.

 

Put on your lab coats and strap on your safety goggles as we prepare to explore science in the 1800’s! We will explore steam engines, photography, vaccines, sound recording and MORE! Kids will learn scientific method and use it to conduct...

July 18

School will be back before you know it! Let the Confederate Reunion Grounds help get your student back in gear! Join us for a 3-week science adventure. It will occur on each Wednesday from July 18 to August 1. Each Wednesday will be a new topic and an hour of hands-on activity. If weather doesn't allow us to be outside, we will meet at the Visitors Center. 

Participation is $2 per...

July 19

The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is excited to host the Texas General Land Office's (GLO) Second Alamo Roadshow program at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site. Representatives from the GLO will be on-hand to share information on developing plans for preserving and improving the Alamo complex. Tours of the new museum will follow. There is no admission to attend.

July 20

Find your zen in our museum with Maria from Now and Zen Yoga. Bring our own yoga mat.

July 21

Join us as we explore the historic backyard of Landmark Inn which will help you explore your own backyard. This month's topic is to TBD.

July 21

You've had Easter Egg Hunts, and you've had water balloon fights. Now join us at the Confederate Reunion grounds for a Water Balloon Hunt! Areas will be split by age group. Bring a bucket to collect your balloons for the big finale!

Not up for playing in the water? Join us for lawn games out on the Grounds or use our playground area. Feel free to stay and make it a family afternoon out...

July 21

Join members of Company I, 10th Infantry as they work on creating and mending their own uniforms, as the solder-tailors did during the fort’s operation.

July 21

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

July 21

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

July 21

Please join us for Stars and Stories at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site on Saturday, July 21. Beginning at 8 p.m., Site Educator will tell Caddo stories before Doug Parsons kicks off star gazing at 8:30 p.m.

 

July 23

The Landmark Inn is excited to present a new exhibit on display called Patriotic Quilts, by the Castroville Quilters & Stitchers.

July 25

School will be back before you know it! Let the Confederate Reunion Grounds help get your student back in gear! Join us for a 3-week science adventure. It will occur on each Wednesday from July 18 to August 1. Each Wednesday will be a new topic and an hour of hands-on activity. If weather doesn't allow us to be outside, we will meet at the Visitors Center. 

Participation is $2 per...

July 27

Join the Sam Rayburn House on July 27-28, 2018 for the annual Bonham Quilt Hop. We'll display quilts from our collection on the beds throughout the Sam Rayburn House. Admission is free and guided tours will be on the hour and half hour.

July 27

Come beat the Texas heat at our 2nd annual Super Summer Friday Nights!! Many free family-friendly activities are planned to help cool everyone down including a water slide, 2-acres of water sprinklers for guests to run through and various water themed games. The cooling continues with popsicles for all!!

 

The highlight of the evening will be a visit from the Marshall Fire...

July 28

Join us for the annual Bonham Quilt Hop on Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. We will display historic quilts from the Sam Rayburn family through the beds in the historic house. Children's craft activities and refreshments. Free admission. House tours on the hour and half hour.

July 28

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

July 28

Come out to Fort Griffin and step back in time at our monthly Campfire Tales! Hear history and lore of longhorns, cattle drives, and of a time long ago- right where it happened! Enjoy sitting around a campfire on the Great Western Cattle Trail, listening to true accounts, tall tales, and even a few ghost stories! Have some fun, and you are welcome to tell a tale of your own. And remember, when...

July 30

The Landmark Inn is excited to present a new exhibit on display called Patriotic Quilts, by the Castroville Quilters & Stitchers.

August 2018

August 1

School will be back before you know it! Let the Confederate Reunion Grounds help get your student back in gear! Join us for a 3-week science adventure. It will occur on each Wednesday from July 18 to August 1. Each Wednesday will be a new topic and an hour of hands-on activity. If weather doesn't allow us to be outside, we will meet at the Visitors Center. 

Participation is $2 per...

August 3

Do you love mud pies and being outside? Did you ever wonder how the Magoffin Home was built? Then join us as we get dirty and build a small adobe home! Using the same methods that were used to construct the Magoffin Home, each kid will design, build and take home their very own adobe model. Attendees should wear light, comfortable clothing that can get dirty and sunblock. Hats are also...

August 4

Summer has flown by. Don’t miss out on a chance to have some relaxing fun by joining us at the Confederate Reunion Grounds for a “Family Fun Day!” Feel free to bring food to grill or pack a picnic. You can cast out into the Navasota River or drop in your kayak. Out on the site site grounds there will be various games to play, like Bingo, giant scrabble, lawn dice, Jumbo Jenga and more! Come...

August 4

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished. Call 533-5147 to reserve your spot!

Cost: $5

August 4

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

August 7

Summer heat got you down? Get cooled off at the Sam Bell Maxey House’s Summer Sprinkler Parties! It’s your chance to run through sprinklers on the Maxey House grounds! In addition to the sprinklers, there will be other water-themed games and activities to participate in. If water isn’t your thing, come and play historic games to play on the grounds. Feel free to make an evening out of it and...

August 10

Etiquette Class: Tea Time!

Ages 6 – 10 years

$25

Friday August 10, 2018

9:00 am - noon

 

“Dress in your Sunday best and join us at the Magoffin Home for a midday tea! Kids will learn the history of entertaining in El Paso in the 1880’s, as well as the manners that were expected at such social functions. This is a three-course tea that will include dairy...

August 10

Livingston the Lion, a stuffed animal from the late 1800s, is hosting a sleepover for your stuffed animal, doll, or action figure on the night of Friday, August 10th at the Sam Bell Maxey House State Historic Site.  Sign-in will be at the Maxey House from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. for the sleepover.  After introductions, Livingston is inviting all his new friends to stay for an early bedtime story and...

August 11

Fort Griffin has quite an extensive history that involves both the military fort, as well as the nearby Wild West town, known as The Flat, that at one time was bigger than both Fort Worth and Austin. With a place as significant as Fort Griffin was, there are countless stories to be told about military life at the fort, Indian raids, battles with Quanah Parker and the Comanche, pioneer settlers...

August 11

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

August 11

Watch the Victorian Fencing Society’s fencing and fancy footwork. Presenters will be available for question and answer session from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. $4 for adults, $3 for children (6-18). Presentation begins at 6:00 p.m.

August 11

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

August 11

Watch the Victorian Fencing Society’s fencing and fancy footwork. Presentation begins at 6:00 p.m. Presenters will be available for question and answer session from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. $4 for adults, $3 for children (6-18). 

August 11

Fort Griffin has gained quite the reputation for having some of the darkest night skies in all of Texas. Due to the remote location of the site (although only 45 minutes from Abilene), there is minimal light pollution to hinder nighttime viewing of the stars. With such a great resource at our disposal, we don’t want to let it go to waste. ...

August 14

Join Livingston the Lion at the Maxey House for his Late Nite with Livingston series!  Children and families are invited to join Livingston at the site on the second Tuesday of each month for a story and crafts based on a different theme each month.  August’s theme is SUMMER TIME.  Late Nite with Livingston will take place on August 14 from 6-8 p.m., with story time starting at 7 p.m.  The...

August 15

Kids Camp: Saving History!

Ages 8 - 12 years

$60

Wednesday thru Friday, August 15-17, 2018

9 a.m. – 3p.m.

 

Put on your masks and capes and get ready to save history! Kids will learn that history is all around them. From their Tia’s sacred recipe for chile con queso to Dad’s first handmade Christmas ornament to Grandma’s stories about the good old days...

August 18

Join us as we explore the historic backyard of Landmark Inn which will help you explore your own backyard. This month's topic is to TBD.

August 18

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

August 18

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

August 19

Join us as we continue the Maxey House Book Club! Every month, we will get together and discuss a different book. We will meet in person in the Maxey House at 3 p.m.  On August 19th, we will be reading and discussing The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie.

If you can’t make a meeting in person or you just can't wait until the meeting to start the discussion, no problem...

August 24

Come beat the Texas heat at our 2nd annual Super Summer Friday Nights!! Many free family-friendly activities are planned to help cool everyone down including a water slide, 2-acres of water sprinklers for guests to run through and various water themed games. The cooling continues with popsicles for all!!

 

The highlight of the evening will be a visit from the Marshall Fire...

August 25

This workshop is open to ages 15 and up and is aimed at anyone interested in researching their genealogy. This is a beginner course and will cover the very basics of research. Computers are not needed but you are welcome to bring yours. There is no WiFi in the building. Guests will take away resources to help them start their search....

August 25

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

August 25

Come out to Fort Griffin and step back in time at our monthly Campfire Tales! Hear history and lore of longhorns, cattle drives, and of a time long ago- right where it happened! Enjoy sitting around a campfire on the Great Western Cattle Trail, listening to true accounts, tall tales, and even a few ghost stories! Have some fun, and you are welcome to tell a tale of your own. And remember, when...

September 2018

September 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

...

September 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

September 1

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

September 8

Walk the walk, and bark the bark! Join us at the Confederate Reunion Grounds for the 1st annual “Paws for a Cause” dog walk. Entry fee is a donation of your choice; monetary, Pedigree Complete Nutrition Food, Pedigree Puppy Food, Canned Dog Food or Canned Cat Food. All donations will be given to LARAS House, the local Mexia animal shelter. 

 

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m...

September 8

Fort Griffin has quite an extensive history that involves both the military fort, as well as the nearby Wild West town, known as The Flat, that at one time was bigger than both Fort Worth and Austin. With a place as significant as Fort Griffin was, there are countless stories to be told about military life at the fort, Indian raids, battles with Quanah Parker and the Comanche, pioneer settlers...

September 8

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

September 8

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

September 8

Fort Griffin has gained quite the reputation for having some of the darkest night skies in all of Texas. Due to the remote location of the site (although only 45 minutes from Abilene), there is minimal light pollution to hinder nighttime viewing of the stars. With such a great resource at our disposal, we don’t want to let it go to waste. ...

September 11

This book club introduces a delicious angle on literature by paring good food with good books as each month a culinary feature will be drawn from our reading selections. Avid readers are invited to join this journey of taste and adventure.  We will meet around the  kitchen table in Maplecroft, the 1870 home of Frank and Clara Starr.   Reading selections will be a mixture of fiction and non-...

September 12

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

September 15

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

September 15

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

September 20

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

...

September 21

Description: Overshirts, Undershirts, Battleshirts, OH MY! This program will be a workshop event that will teach reenactors to make their own handmade shirts to go with any impression! Linen and cotton undershirts made on the square were very common from the early 1800's through the 1860's and 70's. Overshirts and fancier "battleshirts" were also very common outerwear for soldiers during the...

September 22

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

...

September 22

Join us for our biggest event of the year, Farming Heritage Day, on Saturday, September 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We'll have many hands-on activities for families, antique tractor displays, farm animals, games, a cattle judging competition, cotton ginning demonstration, food, tours and more!  The event is free.  Make plans now to join us for all the farming fun at "Mr. Sam's" house!

September 22

Have you always wanted to know how to make those cute burlap and ribbon wreaths? Take your chance to learn by joining us at the Confederate Reunion Grounds for our wreath making event. The main theme will be centered around "Autumn." You will be able to learn step by step how to make the wreaths. 

Admission is $4. If you bring your own wire wreath, admission is free. 

September 22

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

September 29

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

September 29

Come out to Fort Griffin and step back in time at our monthly Campfire Tales! Hear history and lore of longhorns, cattle drives, and of a time long ago- right where it happened! Enjoy sitting around a campfire on the Great Western Cattle Trail, listening to true accounts, tall tales, and even a few ghost stories! Have some fun, and you are welcome to tell a tale of your own. And remember, when...

October 2018

October 3

The Eisenhower Birthplace Foundation gave the Eisenhower Birthplace site to the State of Texas 60 years ago today!  Stop by for refreshments and free tours of the Birthplace house at 2 and 3 pm.

October 6

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

...

October 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

October 6

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

October 6

Join us as Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site celebrates its annual Harvest Festival. Hop aboard a fun-filled hayride and spend the evening strolling through the barn to see the tools and wagons used during harvests of the 1800s. Stop by the garden to see sugar cane grow, learn how it’s harvested, and even taste a sample. Visitors may also take pictures with one of the site’s...

October 7

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 8

Join the Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site for an evening of stargazing. This event coincides with the Draconids Meteor Shower. The shower, if visible, can allow viewers to see as many as 10 meteors per hour. The shower runs annually from October 6-10 and peaks this year on October 8. 

Admission is $5 per family and all ages are welcome. Visitors are encouraged to bring...

October 9

This book club introduces a delicious angle on literature by paring good food...

October 10

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

October 12

Join us for our annual Fort Griffin Living History Days!

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October 13

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 13

All the sights and sounds from Texas' frontier times come alive with costumed living history presenters. More details to come on the participants.

October 13

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

October 13

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

October 13

Most people visit historic sites during the day and see daytime activities. Tonight you have the rare opportunity to see historic life at night. Admission is free to those who pre-register. Call 830-931-2133 or check in a the welcome desk in the historic Landmark Inn.

October 14

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 18

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

...

October 20

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 20

Workshop guests will have the opportunity to create fall decorations from two pint-size mason jars.  Your autumn creations can be used as luminaries, candy jars, vases, change holders or whatever you can dream up.  All supplies will be included to make your unique festive fall fancies!

$10 per person ~ Reservations and prepayment are required.  For information call 903-935-3044.

October 20

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

October 20

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

October 20

Come out to Fort Griffin and step back in time at our monthly Campfire Tales! Hear history and lore of longhorns, cattle drives, and of a time long ago- right where it happened! Enjoy sitting around a campfire on the Great Western Cattle Trail, listening to true accounts, tall tales, and even a few ghost stories! Have some fun, and you are welcome to tell a tale of your own. And remember, when...

October 21

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 22

Join the Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site for an evening of stargazing. This event will coincide with the Orionids Meteor Shower. Come join us for what might be a good shooting star show!

Admission is $5 per family and all ages are welcome. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own binoculars and telescopes to the event. If skies are clear, many constellations can be...

October 27

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

October 27

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

...

October 27

The 2018 Cemetery Walking Tour of Willow Wild Cemetery in Bonham will be held on Saturday, October 27 at 10 a.m. Explore the graves of World War I veterans and learn of their activities during the "Great War." Refreshments served. The tour is free.

Tour begins near Willow Wild Cemetery entrance gates at 10 a.m. on October 27.
 

October 27

Travel back in time on the historic El Camino Real De Los Tejas! Enjoy food, fun, pioneer skills, presentations, crafts, music, and guided hikes. 

October is also Texas Archeology Month. You will be...

October 27

The Confederate Reunion Grounds invites you to join us for a “Spooktacular” event! Plans for the event include a Pumpkin Carving Contest beginning at 2 p.m. and a Costume Contest beginning at 3 p.m. There will also be face painting, Halloween crafts, spooky storytelling, a picture booth and of course, candy!

*If you would like to participate in the Pumpkin Carving Contest, please bring...

October 27

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month at the Sam Rayburn House State Historic Site on Saturday, October 27 from 1--3 p.m. View archeological collections recovered from the grounds of the Sam Rayburn House during a dig in 1977. Admission is free.

October 27

Every Saturday at 2 p.m., see part of the Official State of Texas Longhorn Herd up close at Fort Griffin, and hear...

October 27

Join us for the “Walking with the Dead” Cemetery tour - a spooky nighttime stroll through the woods to the plantation’s 1840s era Patton Family Cemetery, and learn about mortality on the plantation during the 1800s and the dangers of the early Texas wilderness. Then, step into the plantation house for a candlelit look at the death of the site’s last owner, Governor James S. Hogg, and the...

October 27

After trunk-or-treat come to the Landmark Inn for a catered meal and currated stories of unfortunate events from Landmark Inn's past. This event is for adults 21 and older. $40 per person.

October 28

Celebrate Texas Archeology Month every weekend in October by visiting one of the state's most distinguished and unique archeological sites. San Felipe de Austin was burned to the ground during the Runaway Scrape of 1836 as fleeing residents evacuated ahead of Santa Anna's advancing Mexican army. Throughout weekends in October, site staff and volunteers will be engaged in active excavations,...

November 2018

November 3

The local community has celebrated Stephen F. Austin's birthday at this historic site for over 90 years. This year, with a new museum open on the grounds, the Texas Historical Commission will host an exciting history festival that will include guest speakers, themed tours, a variety of hands-on programming experiences, living history programs and demonstrations, period music and much more.

November 3

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

...

November 3

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

November 10

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

November 13

This book club introduces a delicious angle on literature by paring good food with good books as each month a culinary feature will be drawn from our reading selections. Avid readers are invited to join this journey of taste and adventure.  We will meet around the  kitchen table in Maplecroft, the 1870 home of Frank and Clara Starr.   Reading selections will be a mixture of fiction and non-...

November 14

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

November 15

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

...

November 17

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

November 24

It’s a time to be thankful! Join us at the Confederate Reunion Grounds for a “Family Fun Day!” Feel free to bring food to grill, or pack a picnic. There will be various games to play on the site grounds, including Bingo, giant scrabble, lawn dice, Jumbo Jenga and more! Bring the whole family and come relax with us! 

Admission for the event is free. Canned food donations are accepted...

November 24

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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December 2018

December 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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December 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

December 1

Kids of all ages are invited to meet in the Blake House to make a Christmas themed craft. Sparkles will be involved. Afterwards, all guests will get to decorate their own Christmas cookie snack with frosting and sprinkles. Guests can choose to drink hot chocolate or punch with their snack and then are invited to settle down to hear a Christmas story. ...

December 1

Castroville Conservation Society begins its popular holiday tour of homes from Landmark Inn. Tickets may be purchased on the day of the event at the Landmark Inn.

December 8

Get into the holiday spirit at the Sam Rayburn House by joining us for the annual Holiday Open House. Come see "Mr. Sam's" home decorated for the holidays, enjoy tasty treats, and kids can take part in a craft activity. Tours on the hour and half hour. Admission and tours are free. 

December 8

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

December 8

Kids of all ages are invited to meet in the Blake House to make a Christmas themed craft. Sparkles will be involved. Afterwards, all guests will get to decorate their own Christmas cookie snack with frosting and sprinkles. Guests can choose to drink hot chocolate or punch with their snack and then are invited to settle down to hear a Christmas story. ...

December 8

Join us at the Confederate Reunion Grounds for this FREE Christmas event. Plans for the event include: Pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, a “Snow” ball fight, Reindeer games, Christmas stories, and Christmas carols. We would love for you to join us! 

December 11

This book club introduces a delicious angle on literature by paring good food with good books as each month a culinary feature will be drawn from our reading selections. Avid readers are invited to join this journey of taste and adventure.  We will meet around the  kitchen table in Maplecroft, the 1870 home of Frank and Clara Starr.   Reading selections will be a mixture of fiction and non-...

December 12

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

December 15

Kids of all ages are invited to meet in the Blake House to make a Christmas themed craft. Sparkles will be involved. Afterwards, all guests will get to decorate their own Christmas cookie snack with frosting and sprinkles. Guests can choose to drink hot chocolate or punch with their snack and then are invited to settle down to hear a Christmas story. ...

December 15

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

December 15

Step back in time and tour the plantation house decorated in the style of a mid-1800s Texas Christmas. See the feather tree, learn about toys popular for gift giving during this period, and view the dining room table set for a sumptuous holiday feast. Relax outside and enjoy the beverage of the season, wassail, and Christmas cookies. Victorian Santa will also be available for photos. The entry...

December 20

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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December 22

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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January 2019

January 5

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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January 5

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

January 9

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

January 12

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

January 17

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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January 19

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

January 26

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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February 2019

February 2

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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February 2

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

February 9

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

February 13

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

February 16

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

February 21

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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February 23

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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March 2019

March 2

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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March 2

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

March 9

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

March 13

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

March 16

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

March 21

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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March 23

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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April 2019

April 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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April 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

April 10

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

April 13

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

April 18

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

...

April 20

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

April 27

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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May 2019

May 4

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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May 4

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

May 8

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

May 11

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

May 16

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

...

May 18

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

May 25

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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June 2019

June 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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June 1

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

June 8

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

June 12

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

June 15

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

June 20

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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June 22

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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July 2019

July 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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July 6

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

July 10

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

July 13

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

July 18

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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July 20

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

July 27

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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August 2019

August 3

Why are old recipes so strange? Bring the whole family to the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

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August 3

Why are old recipes so strange? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center as we discuss this and look at the role food played in the daily lives of 19th Century El Paso. This month's recipe comes from the El Paso Cookbook published in 1898. The recipe, ingredients, and cooking supplies will be furnished.

Fee: $5...

August 10

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

Cost of event: FREE

August 14

Definition of brain trust : a group of official or unofficial advisers concerned especially with planning and strategy -   Miriam-Webster

 

2nd Wednesday of Every Month, 12 p.m. noon

            FREE

Don’t let leftovers get you down… spice them up with fun and educational discussions at the Magoffin Home! On the second Wednesday of every...

August 15

Looking to learn a new skill or take up a new hobby? Join us at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site Visitor Center on the third Thursday of the month and try something different each time! From really talented volunteers to knowledgeable staff, your instructors will lead you through a new project and inspire you. We provide all materials.

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August 17

3rd Saturday of Every Month

2 p.m.

FREE

Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox.

Must...

August 24

2nd & 4th Saturday of Every Month, 10 a.m.

            FREE

Destress and stretch with Rebecca Hendricks at our Visitor Center. If you are resolved to improve your health, then you won’t want to miss this free yoga class!
Please be on time and bring a mat. Call 915.533.5147 if you have questions about the event.

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