Honoring Veterans on Memorial Day 2011 — Nell Krueger, Pat Vallone, Mary Nabers, Dolores Bevers, Linda Howard, and Rebecca Howerton.
The Blanco Pioneer Museum holds events throughout the year, at both the museum and at the old lumber warehouse across Pecan Street.
Blanco Pioneer Museum Unveils Western Heritage Exhibit
We would be honored to have you visit our museum for the opening of our next exhibit September 8 and 9, 2012. The next exhibit is western heritage!
The opening ceremony is at 10am on Saturday. The Museum will open after the ceremony for viewing of the new exhibit. Museum fees: Adults $2, children 4-15 $1, under 4 free.
Music: Saturday, 1pm-2pm, Dry River Band. Sunday, 10am-11am, Deb Yorgensen, Dorothy Trimble & Skip Brasher singing Old Country Western Songs. Sunday, 3pm-4pm, Patty & Lawrence Coffee singing Gospel Songs.
Lawrence Coffee will give lessons on how to bridle and saddle a horse and answer questions on how and why. Coffee will also bring his metal horse with roping calf for the children to try. Tom Burks, one of the founders of Texas Ranger Museum, will be telling cowboy and Ranger stories. Mike Bainton, on Saturday and Sunday 2pm-3pm, will preview his knife throwing skills.
Food (for a fee): BBQ served on tortilla by Lyle Yorgensen, desserts by Deb Hunnicutt, and drinks by American Legion. Ken Fortune will be set up in area serving free cowboy coffee and beans. He will be telling stories like how he makes the coffee and many more.
Blanco Pioneer Museum is located 418 Pecan in Blanco, around the corner from the Blanco Bowling Alley Cafe. For more information, call 830-833-5774.
Check this website or the Blanco County News Community Calendar
for announcements regarding upcoming museum events.