Posts Tagged ‘History/Heritage’

Homestead Fair 2019

We hope you can join us for our 31st annual fair! Watch a cow being milked, 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…

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Homestead Fair 2019

We hope you can join us for our 31st annual fair! Watch a cow being milked, 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…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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From Blueprints to Bricks Exhibit Opening

Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…

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Family Funday

Salute to Veterans. Family Fundays are family oriented and educational afternoons held at our historic houses. Each Family Funday is appropriately themed based on the month or season it is scheduled for with activities and crafts that are related to each theme. Families are encouraged to come and have fun together to create an enriching…

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Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers Book Event

Join us as we hear from author Brian Kilmeade and the heart stopping story of the fight for Texas by The New York Times bestselling author of George Washington’s Secret Six and Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates. In his now trademark fashion, Brian Kilmeade explores hidden aspects of Sam Houston, the first president of…

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