This Texas birthday celebration, on the grounds where Texas declared independence from Mexico, features live music, food, traditional crafts, living-history presentations, firing demonstrations, craft demonstrations, historical encampments and commemorative programs.
Guests step back into history at this state park to experience life in Texas in 1836 by visiting with re-enactors; witnessing firing demonstrations in the Texas Army camps; watching cooking, weaving and period craft demonstrations; and walking the same trail as Texas’ forefathers and pioneer families. Texas musicians provide musical entertainment, including the Lone Star String Band and the Great American Medicine Show featuring Professor Farquar and his “historic narratives, comic chronicles, tall tales, unabashed balderdash and the greatest songs of the 19th century.”
February 28-March 1
23400 Park Road 12.