Annual Membership Meeting Thursday, Jan 25 6:30 pm GCHS Sanctuary 312 W San Antonio
Spring Break at the Museum March 10-17, 2018 (No program on Sunday, March 11) 10 am - 4:30 pm Cost: $5 adults, $5 children (school age) Where: on the Pioneer Museum grounds Living History activities every day on the Pioneer Museum grounds for school-age kids accompanied by an adult. Re-enactors include: Handworkers (spinners ~ quilters ~ doll-makers) ~ Rope-making ~ Comanche descendant ~ Interpreters ~ Storytellers and balladeers ~ Buffalo Soldiers ~ Chuck Wagon cookery ~ Native American Dancers ~ Blacksmiths ~ Campfire cookery ~ Vaquero interpretation (All activities will not be available each day.)
PhD Series (Proudhistory Devotee) March 22, 2018 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Cost: $20 per session $65 for all four classes if paid in advance 25% off for GCHS members Where: GCHS Sanctuary (312 W San Antonio St) Presenter: Dr. James Kearney
Easter Egg Hunt - Free to Families with children 10 and under Saturday, March 31 Time: 10:oo-11:30am Cost: free Where: On the Pioneer Museum grounds, 325 W Main A tradition for kids from toddlers to age 10. Bring your basket and find treat-filled eggs on the grounds. Separate hunting areas appropriate to age groups so all will have a great time. The Easter Bunny always makes this a stop on his tour to pose for photos.
Lenz Fest - Catered Luncheon and Fashion Show Thursday, April 12th 11:30-1:30 Tickets: $ tba Where: St. Mary's Holy Family Center Hill Country Spring Fashions Style Show and Luncheon (Lenz is German for "spring")
Pioneer Spirit Award Honoree Cocktail Party Friday, April 13th 6:30-8:30pm Tickets: $ tba Where: to be announced
Walking Tour Wednesday evenings, time to be announced
PhD Series (Proudhistory Devotee): Early Comanche-German Relations May 17, 2018 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Cost: $20 per session $65 for all four classes if paid in advance 25% off for GCHS members Where: GCHS Sanctuary (312 W San Antonio St) Presenter: Scott Zesch, author of The Captured, a true story of abduction by the Indians on the Texas frontier Topic: Early Comanche-German relations. Rudolph Fischer, a captive from Fredericksburg, will also be present for this series.
Buy a copy of The Captured at the Pioneer Museum today!
FLAG DAY ~ activities for children ~ Saturday, June 16 Where: on the Pioneer Museum Grounds Admission:by donation Activities for kids up to age 10. Kids must be accompanied by adult. Crafts, games, food, music = all with a patriotic "Love America!" theme.
325 W. Main Street ~ fredericksburg, tx 78624
Mon.-Sat 10-5 Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas days