San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Events

October 2018

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.