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Friday – May 20, 4pm -7pm Concert

Saturday – May 21, 2022 9:45 am to 3pm

  1. Stations 2. Stage & Cannon Schecule 4. Sponsors. 5. Map

Parking Location: Parking behind Acton Baptist Church at 3500 Fall Creek Hwy in Acton. No Handicap Parking, Only for wheelchair access. The schedule may change.

Take time to read the flags stationed around the event and the Hood County Court House. Each tells the story of a hero from the Alamo and veterans of the Texas fight as a Republic.

Afternoon Concert Friday, May 20 at 4 to 7 – Vanderveer Brothers String Band.  Ed Myers & Glenn Murray, plus Rebecca Fabiola & JetBlacq.

Station # 1

Main Stage

9:30 Ed Meyer and Glenn Murray – Texas songs main stage

9:45 – Station # 1836 Cannon Fire – Terry’s Texas Rangers

Stage Schedule

10:00 Opening Ceremony – Welcome and presentation by Early Texans and Tejanos, Travis – Brendan Hartman, Houston – Jack Edmonson/David Hansford, Davy Crockett – Errol Flannery, Seguin – John Luna, Lowery – Phil Harris,  and others who fought in the Texas Revolution against Santa Anna’s Mexico.

10:30 – Vanderveer Brothers String Band
11:15 – Ridge Roberts – Texas Fiddler
12:00 – Bobby W. Davis – Country Western
12:45 – Vanderveer Brothers String Band
1:30 – Bobby W. Davis – Country Western
2:00 – Ridge Roberts – Texas Fiddler
2:30 – Ed Meyer & Glenn Murray- Texas Music & Closing Remarks and Raffle Drawing
Schedule of Events
12:00 – Gunfighter Show (located at #16)
2:00 – Gunfighter Show (located at #16)
9:45, 11:45,3:00 – 1860’s Cannon Fire ( located at #9 )
Stroll through stations #2-#12 anytime between 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Station # 2 – Citizens of the RepublicCampbell Longley – Phil Harris

Station # 3 – Stone Building the oldest building in Hood County – The Story of the Texas Navy Association – Bob Satterwhite

Station # 4a – Scottish Texans – JJohn McGregor – John McGregor, bagpiper and Alamo defender – Dr. John Taber

Station # 4bAlamo survivor of European descendants – Kathy Moore

Station # 5 – Native American Culture, Frybread & sharing culture – Audricka Young

Station # 6 – Tejano Heroes Juan Seguin – Texas Tejano Hero – John Luna

Station # 6b– Patrica de la Garza De Leon – Built the first school, and many churches & funded Houston’s army Jeanne Luna

Station # 7 – Native Americans

Running Water – Frank Arellano overview Tribes of Texas, tools

Mr. Bishop arrowheads

Station # 8 – Chuckwagon and Roping

Ron McWhorter & Longhorn Chuckwagon Ministry

SCV heritage group – Dickey Freeman, Jim Scott

Station # 9 – The 1836 Cannon

Cannon- Mike Smith and Terry’s Texas Rangers

Station # 10 – The 1836 Texas Army

Texian Volunteer Army 1836  

Station # 11 Davy Crockett

David Crockett – Errol Flannery (4 times great-grandson of David and Elizabeth Crockett)

Station # 12

  • On Saturday – Elizabeth Crockett wife of David Crockett and an early settler to Hood County – Laurie Matthews (3 times great-granddaughter of David)

Station #13 12:00 & 2:00 Granbury Gun fighters

Station #14 Daughter of the American Revolution  & Sons of the American Revolution

Station #15 Sons of the Republic of Texas

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