Nacogdoches, Texas- Citizens in Nacogdoches will join thousands of individuals around the country as part of a nationwide celebration of 2016 National Preservation Month in May 2016. “This Place Matters” is the theme of the month-long celebration, which is sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Nacogdoches, Texas– Head out on the highway and find your adventure in Nacogdoches at the 8th Annual Oldest Town in Texas Motorcycle Rally April 29-30. Enjoy a weekend full of live music, Texas’ barbeque, custom bike shows, motorcycle stunts, beer gardens, scenic rides and more.
Palestine, Texas – Since 1994, the City of Palestine Historic Landmarks Commission has been awarding recognition to owners who beautify and rehabilitate their properties, contributions that benefit the entire community.
Alto, Texas- Caddo Mounds State Historic Site invites the public to participate in their Caddo Culture Day event. Experience Caddo history and culture through a variety of activities, including performances of Caddo Indian music and dance. Try your hand at making stone tools and throwing the atlatl. Enjoy Indian tacos, guided tours, American Indian exhibits, jewelry, beadwork, and other presentations and exhibits.
Palestine, Texas- Preparations are underway for the Texas State Railroad’s third annual Dogwood Special Brunch Train.
Palestine, Texas – The 78th Annual Texas Dogwood Trails Celebration in Palestine, Texas takes place the last two weekends in March and first weekend in April. Since 1938, locals and visitors alike have been enjoying the delicate white blooms of the Cornus florida, commonly known as the flowering dogwood.
Palestine, Texas- Celebrate Texas at the Texas Theatre this month! Palestine Community Theatre presents Texas-size comedy in Rex’s Exes, under the direction of Dana Goolsby the last two weekends of March. March marks important moments in Texas history and is the perfect time to celebrate what makes Texans so unique!