Hello! We've been very busy the past few months and the blog has suffered, but we're back with a bang and a lot going on in the upcoming weeks.
First off, this Saturday, April 27th is part of Red Poppy Festival. We will have wonderful living history volunteers representing the museum in the Red Poppy Parade- so come on out to hear the Voices from the Past. The parade starts at 10:00, the museum will open after it is finished and stay open late!
After that excitement, Alicea Jones, author of Genuinely Georgetown, will be selling and signing books outside the museum from 11 am to 7 pm. Click here for a 10% off coupon! Part of the proceeds will be donated to the museum.
The following week is exciting as well- Pioneer Days will be out at Old Settler's Park in Round Rock (near the Dell Diamond). Join us from 10 am to 3 pm for candle dipping, pioneer games, corn husk doll making, and much more!
This is also the final week to see the Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker Trails Exhibit, so stop by while you can.
At the end of May, WWII Comes to Williamson County will be opening- and I will be back with updates on construction progress in the next few weeks!