Nacogdoches, Texas- Bring the whole family out for a day of fun at the Nacogdoches Farmer’s Market Spring Fling event! Activities kick off at 8:00 a.m. downtown at 107 W. Pearl St. with entertainment for all ages on Saturday, March 28th.
America’s 200,000 Orphans History To Be Retold In Marhsall
MARSHALL- History has numerous little-known stories; and one such tale will be center stage in Marshall, Texas June 26, giving old and young the chance to explore a bit of history they may have never known otherwise. Novelist and humanities scholar Allison Moore, and singer/songwriter Phil Lancaster will present Riders on the Orphan Train, a contemporary, multi-media presentation combining audio visual elements, historical fiction and musical ballads into a collaborative performance geared towards audiences of all ages.
5th Annual Blast from the Past:Nacogdoches History Fair
NACOGDOCHES- The City of Nacogdoches Historic Sites Department will host the 5th annual Blast from the Past: Nacogdoches History Fair on Saturday, October 12th from 9am to 2pm in Festival Park. Visitors will be able to take part in everything from a simulated archeological dig to making their own pottery and from throwing an atlatl to flintknapping. Our favorite oxen, Liberty and Justice, will be back this year to do a Gin Pole and Oxen demonstration. Other activities include string music, Dutch oven cooking, blacksmithing and more. The East Texas Research Center will be on hand to talk about preservation and archival techniques. Bring your entire family to see Texas history come to life!