Special Events at Fort Concho
Buffalo Soldier Heritage Day - February 26, 2017
Join the Fort Concho Buffalo Soldier Living History Unit as we
celebrate the history and heritage of the African-American Soldiers who
served at Fort Concho and other forts across the United States. The
event will have education programs and living history demonstrations.
U.S. Cavalry Association Regional Competition - April 19-22, 2017
Fort Concho will host a Regional Cavalry Competition under the rules and guidelines
of the United States Cavalry Association (USCA) on April 19-22, 2017. Events will
include classroom instruction, field instruction, combat horsemanship, and competition in
jumping, pistol, and saber. The course and regulations will be the same as those in effect
for the USCA annual event held at Fort Reno, OK. The event will be open to the public for
the competition days of April 20-22, and some of the evening dinners will also be open to
guests at a small charge for the meal.
Fort Concho Frontier Day - April 22, 2017
Come and celebrate the region's agricultural and ranching
heritage with special displays, exhibits, living history, Lions Club Pancake
Breakfast, 1800s Base Ball, booths for vendors and children's activities. Plus, all
main fort buildings will be open. There is no charge for this half-day
event beyond the fee for the pancake breakfast ($5.00). 7:00 am - 12:00 Noon
Armed Forces Day - May 20, 2017
Join us for a tribute to our nation's armed forces with displays and
programs. There is no charge to watch the programs; regular admission fees will be in
effect to tour the fort's buildings.
Memorial Day - May 29, 2017
Join us on the eastern end of the Fort Concho Parade Ground near
the Headquarters Building at 9:00 am for a program to honor the men and
women who have given their lives to defend our nation. The program is
co-sponsored by Fort Concho and the local chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. The event is free to the public. After the
event ends, the fort will be open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm for the rest of
the holiday. (Regular Admission Charges)
Independence Day at Fort Concho - July 4, 2017
Following an old army tradition, Fort Concho will fire artillery salutes
on our nation's birthday. The artillery salutes (10:00 am - 3:00 pm-usually on
the hour) will take place on the fort's Parade Ground near the Visitor Center at Barracks 1. There is no charge for the demonstrations, but regular site admissions will be in effect.
National Cowboy Day at Fort Concho - July 22, 2017
Fort Concho will mark National Cowboy Day with entertainment and programs highlighting the American cowboy.
Museum Day Live! - September 23, 2017
Museum Day Live! is an annual celebration hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Fort Concho National Historic Landmark will mark Museum Day Live! with free admission. In addition to Fort Concho, The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, the San Angelo Nature Center, and the Railway Museum of San Angelo will also participate in the celebration.
Concho Valley Archeology Fair - September 23, 2017
Dozens of booths and activity areas will bring alive our
region's past at this annual event. Come spend a free day at Fort
Concho viewing exhibits and demonstrations that include Archeology
programs, Native American Life and Culture, Fort Period Military Life,
Early Settlers, Travel and Daily Life, and a variety of hands-on
activities. 10 AM - 3 PM
Night Tours of Fort Concho - October 24, 2017
Experience history in a new light as Fort Concho offers special night tours of the site. These tours will show the fort and some interiors in the evening darkness. Guides will share a few stories about the post and note some of the soldiers and civilians who have died at Fort Concho. For more information, please call Cory Robinson, Fort Concho Staff, at (325) 657-4444.
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