Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site
1702 N. 13th Street
West Columbia, Texas 77486
979-345-4656 ext. 22
Virtually Varner-Hogg returns with a series of monthly programs for ages 12 and younger that introduces the community of people lived, worked and visited the plantation in the years from 1901 to 1920. After a brief program, children can join our educator for a hands-on activity made from materials found in most homes.
Virtually Varner-Hogg programs are free and open to the public.
Our March Program:
Let's Meet Governor James S. Hogg
part of "The People in Our Neighborhood, 1901-1920" Series
Saturday, March 20, 2021
1:30 p.m., via Facebook Live
James S. Hogg was Texas' first native-born governor. He was also a journalist, lawyer and business man. Most of all, Gov. Hogg was a father and part of the reason he bought the plantation in 1901 was to have a home where all of his children could gather on holidays and vacations. Join us live on Facebook to learn about Gov. Hogg and to participate in a craft activity you can do from home. Designed for young children. Free and open to the public.