Throughout the year, the Texas Army participates in many various events related to Texas History. Please join us at these events and relive Texas history. Events, dates, and times all subject to change.
Many of the different eras of Texas’ fascinating history are showcased at this festival. The Redbud Hill Homestead comes alive with old-fashioned, hands-on activities for kids, period re-enactments, and a bustling, filled-to-the-brim day complete with re-enactors, historians, and volunteers.
A salute will be given to Anson Jones Glenwood Cemetery
The anniversary of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence is recognized during this free two-day festival at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site. This celebration brings the Republic of Texas era to life. The festival will be held on both Saturday and Sunday with endless opportunities for family-oriented activities.
Re-enactors from across the US, representing both armies come to pay homage in recognition of great sacrifies made by both sides at the Alamo. Come join us as we light 13 candles to symbolize the 13 days of the Alamo Seige.
Come join The Texas Army in Greening of the Bayou for St Patrick’s Day located behind the Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurant.
The Crossroads of Texas Living History Association and other historical groups put on a recreation of the occupation of the Presidio La Bahia by Colonel Fannin and the Goliad Massacre. Times Saturday 9 AM – 5 PM: Various events including battle reenactments 7 PM – 9 PM: Candlelight Tours Sunday 10 AM – 12 Noon: Reenactment of […]