22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will be hosting the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace March on Monday, January 15, 2018. The event will begin at Indian Spring Park at 9 am. Please bring a canned good to entered into a raffle drawing. This year’s event will have local performers, music, community …

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

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Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Open Mic @ Tea2Go

Carla Pendergraft 0 Comments

Join us for open mic ever 3rd Thursday evening at Tea2Go – Waco/Baylor. Come out and share a poem, song or story; listen & enjoy our community’s talent; and refresh yourself with one of over 150 varieties of loose-leaf tea blends. Sign-ups begin at 7:15 pm. Open mic starts at 7:30 pm. Event is FREE, we do encourage purchasing beverages …

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Homestead Heritage Fall Fair

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We hope you can join us for our 30th annual fair! Help to milk a cow, lend a hand at the old-fashioned timber frame barn raising and watch a master craftsman fashion a fine Windsor chair straight from a rough log! Afterwards, sample one of the multicultural dishes from the food court or maybe lick a delicious maple pecan ice-cream cone …

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Remington and Russell: The Art of the Trail

Melissa Wiegel 0 Comments

Off the Range: The Art and Architecture of the Trail provides a glimpse into the Wild West of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through Frederic Remington’s bronze sculptures along with historic plans and visuals of the Waco Suspension Bridge. This exhibit was made possible by a generous loan from the Texas Baptist Historical Collection in Waco, Texas.

Annual Genealogy Lock-in: Discover History for Yourself

April Snyder 0 Comments

A day full of exciting genealogy-related programs, local and professional genealogists, hereditary societies, and local/state-wide organizations will be available to help visitors with their family research. A class for beginners starts at noon with additional programs throughout the day featuring research in Texas, newspaper databases, Czech immigration, regional depositories, WWI, orphan train riders, Revolutionary soldier and cemetery databases. The event …