Texian Market Days – A Festival of Living History

34th ANNUAL TEXIAN MARKET DAYS FESTIVAL SHOWCASES 150+ YEARS OF TEXAS HISTORY

Saturday, October 21, 2017
at the George Ranch Historical Park

TexianMarketDays.com

RICHMOND – Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of more than 150 years of Texas history at the 34th annual Texian Market Days festival! Set for Saturday, October 21 at the George Ranch Historical Park, the annual folk festival is a community fall favorite benefiting the Fort Bend History Association. Guests can expect a day full of historical activities, including battle re-enactments, cattleworking demonstrations, cannonfire, vintage games, an artisan market, local food vendors and lots of hands-on activities.
NOT-TO-BE MISSED ACTIVITIES:
  • Texas Revolution and Civil War Battle Re-Enactments
  • One-Room Schoolhouse
  • Live Folk Music
  • Historic Games and Activities
  • Cotton & Cane Vintage and Handmade Market
  • Dr. Bushrod’s Medicine Show
  • Antique Cars & Bicycles
  • Cattleworking Demonstrations
  • And so much more!
“Texian Market Days is so great because it gives people of all ages something to enjoy and embrace. It makes history something real and something to talk about long after the event itself,” said Steve Nelson, 2017 Texian Market Days Co-Chairman and Fort Bend History Association Board Member.
GENERAL INFORMATION:
The George Ranch Historical Park is located at 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. Festival admission at the gate is $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and $10 for children ages five to 15. Children four and under are free. Festival hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 21. Regular Park trams do not run on the day of the festival, so guests should prepare to walk the History Circle (just over one mile) and bring strollers, etc., for the little ones. For more information, visit TexianMarketDays.com or call 281-343-0218.

The George Ranch Historical Park is managed by the Fort Bend History Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the mission of sharing and preserving Fort Bend County history.

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