Fort Concho will honor our nation’s military with its annual Armed Forces Day celebration Saturday, May 20. Active-duty personnel and retired military members plus their families will be admitted free to the site all day.
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 celebrates San Angelo’s diverse agricultural heritage with a wide assortment of exhibits, demonstrations and children’s activities at its annual Frontier Day on Saturday, April 22nd.
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.