Texas Independence Day Update

he arrival of student history exhibits has been overwhelming. The room we had reserved is full, and running over. We never expected the great amount of response that this part of our celebration would elicit. We are thrilled beyond words, and you will be impressed to witness the creativity of our children. The exhibits will…

Texas Independence Day Update

Gunslingers, Reenactors, Living History experts….all will be gathering next Saturday and Sunday in Granbury to participate in our Texas Independence Day Celebration of North Texas at Granbury. We are thrilled to welcome all of the groups to our event and our hopes are alive that you will enjoy the experience of being in historic Granbury…

Texas Independence Day Update

The arrival of student history exhibits has been overwhelming. The room we had reserved is full, and running over. We never expected the great amount of response that this part of our celebration would elicit. We are thrilled beyond words, and you will be impressed to witness the creativity of our children. The exhibits will…

Texas Independence Day Update

There is no truer hero of the Alamo era than David Crockett. David Crockett was a, farmer, hunter, marksman, frontiersman, author, and representative to the United States Congress. Born in Greene County, Tennessee on August 17, 1786, Crockett left his mark wherever he traveled. He married Elizabeth Patton in 1815, and forged his way to…