In conjunction with its Great War Commemoration Lecture Series, the Angelo State University Department of History is co-hosting a special “World War I and America” traveling exhibit that will be on public display April 1-24 at Fort Concho.
As part of its ongoing 150th birthday celebration, Fort Concho will host a Baseball Heritage Day on Saturday, April 1, with a full schedule of talks, book signings, trivia contests and a vintage baseball clinic.
Fort Concho will host the 13th Annual Living History Ladies Symposium on Friday, March 10, through Sunday, March 12. Registration for the conference is $45, which includes snacks, several meals, and all sessions and workshops.
Henry Crawford, a retired curator of history at Texas Tech Museum and a longtime living history re-enactor, will speak at Fort Concho on Buffalo Solider Heritage Day about the life and times of these soldiers.
Irion County seventh-grader Tatum Schwaighofer, TLCA sophomore Harrison Ragan and Wall High School senior Kyla Reid were the first-place winners of the Christmas at Old Fort Concho student art contest.
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