Texas Independence Celebration 2015 Volunteer’s Search

Texas Independence Celebration 2015 Volunteer’s Search

| Posted in 2015

Volunteers Needed!  Planned Activities for 2015 Texas Independence Day Celebration of North Texas at Granbury

February 28 and March 1, 2015march2texas Revised

 (All plans pending.)

Vendors around the Square offering crafts, homemade products, items of Texas in 1800s

Parade from GISD Admin to Square with entries of Old Texas – and Lots of horses.

Chuck Wagon Cook-off on the Square with Big prize money.

Texas Musicians on the Square.

Granbury Conference Center FILLED with things for the kids: Student History Fair, Children’s games & activities of early Texas, “A Walk Through Texas History” – various others.

stations portraying segments of Texas history. Also Texas Artists and the Silent Auction.

Yes, Bull Riding on the Beach!

Indians in teepees, a petting zoo and civil war re-enactors at Langdon.

Wagon rides from the Square to the Conference Center.

Vendors, Volunteers and Merchants dressed in old fashioned clothes of the 1800s.

Flags around the Square and Langdon Center.

AND the Elizabeth Crockett Memorial Ceremony on Monday, March 2 at Acton Cemetery.

This is all designed to get kids interested and involved in Texas History!

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