Celebrate the New Year! 1836?

Celebrate the New Year! 1836?Invitation to March2Texas 2016 an educational event for North Texas students and families wanting to preserve the study of Texas History.

 

Texas Independence Day Update

Statues all over the state of TEXAS serve to focus our attention on our rich heritage and proud history. None stands taller than our own San Jacinto monument. One of our local students has made a wonderful model for your thoughtful consideration and it along with dozens of others will be on display inside the Hood County courthouse over the week-end.San Jacinto

Texas Independence Day Update

In four short days and nights, Buck and his stagecoach will hit town. Coming with him will be his wife, and the team of nip and tuck. Kids of all ages are going to enjoy riding the best cotton pickin stagecoach in four counties. March 2nd and 3rd on the historic downtown square in beautiful Granbury, Texas.733905_162005910619344_1170061966_n

Texas Independence Day Update

We celebrate and remember at the same time the lives of true Texas Heroes. One of the most profound role models for our kids and grandkids is Co. William Travis. We pause next week-end March 2nd and 3rd to pay honor, respect, and gratitude for the life he gave so that our state could enjoy the freedom that we have Today.574531_161272074026061_458405365_n

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 all be on display next week-end inside the Hood County Courthourse. You will not want to miss seeing these projects.32587_161275290692406_1884123727_n