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Posts Tagged ‘History/Heritage’

Texas Comanches: Traditional Cultural Properties

The Penatuhkah Comanche band was the most powerful of the Texas Indians during the zenith of the Texas Horse Culture. They were the most dominant Comanches in Texas, with a range that extended from Louisiana to what is now the Waco area. Speaker, Linda Pelon, professor and author of two books on Native Americans in…

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Military Appreciation Weekend

The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum will host Military Appreciation Weekend for Veterans Day – Saturday, Sunday and Monday, November 9th-11th. Active duty personnel, retirees and veterans will receive FREE admission to the Museum, while their families will receive discounted admissions. Please bring a service i.d. or documentation of service.

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4th Annual Feast in the East

Several years ago, a fantastic group of citizens spearheaded by Rocky Miller decided they wanted to feed the community for Christmas. What started as an idea from Rocky on Facebook grew into the Feast In The East- a collective community effort to show care for one another and feed families. This year is another opportunity…

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Sensory Sensitive Sunday at Dr Pepper Museum

This event is exclusively for individuals with special needs or sensory processing differences. Museum exhibits will be modified to create an extra-accessible and comfortable environment for visitors to explore at their own pace. This event will feature the traveling exhibit, “Spirited: Prohibition in America”. Quiet areas and hands-on activities will be available. Tickets must be…

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Dia De Los Muertos Festival

Join us as we celebrate the traditional festival of Dia De Los Muertos with live music, dance, art, vendors, family activities, and an outdoor showing of CoCo. We will have all kinds of activities for the entire family to enjoy. Come listen to live music and traditional dances. we will have a vendor village and…

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