Dec
6
Fri
Christmas at Old Fort Concho
Dec 6 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Kick off the holiday season by visiting Fort Concho’s largest annual event. Held during the first full weekend in December, Christmas at Old Fort Concho transforms the fort’s forty acres and twenty-four buildings into a winter wonderland filled with shopping, entertainment, food, displays, living history, children’s workshops, and of course, a visit from Santa.

Day Pass:

Adult- $7.00    Military/ Senior- $5.00    Children (7-17)- $3.00

Weekend Pass:

Adult- $14.00     Military/ Senior- $10.00    Children (7-17)- $6.00

Dec
7
Sat
Christmas at Old Fort Concho
Dec 7 @ 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Kick off the holiday season by visiting Fort Concho’s largest annual event. Held during the first full weekend in December, Christmas at Old Fort Concho transforms the fort’s forty acres and twenty-four buildings into a winter wonderland filled with shopping, entertainment, food, displays, living history, children’s workshops, and of course, a visit from Santa.

Day Pass:
Adult- $7.00 Military/ Senior- $5.00 Children (7-17)- $3.00

Weekend Pass:
Adult- $14.00 Military/ Senior- $10.00 Children (7-17)- $6.0

Dec
8
Sun
Christmas at Old Fort Concho
Dec 8 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Kick off the holiday season by visiting Fort Concho’s largest annual event. Held during the first full weekend in December, Christmas at Old Fort Concho transforms the fort’s forty acres and twenty-four buildings into a winter wonderland filled with shopping, entertainment, food, displays, living history, children’s workshops, and of course, a visit from Santa.

Day Pass:
Adult- $7.00 Military/ Senior- $5.00 Children (7-17)- $3.00

Weekend Pass:
Adult- $14.00 Military/ Senior- $10.00 Children (7-17)- $6.0

Feb
7
Fri
School of the Piece: Artillery Safety Training Course
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am – Feb 9 @ 1:00 pm

Fort Concho and the Loyal Train Chapter of the United States Field Artillery Association (USFAA) will be hosting the School of the Piece Safety Training Course February 7-9.
Cost for the training will be $50.00 for early-registration, or $55.00 at the door.
Participants are asked to bring their wool jackets to the training. Loaner jackets are available upon request (limited quantities).
Lodging at Fort Concho is also available upon. Please let us know if you will be staying at the site for the training when you register.

Schedule:
February 7th— 9:00 am Check-In/Registration opens at the Living History Stables Classroom (234 Henry O Flipper). TBA Evening Social/Supper.
February 8th—8:00 am Breakfast; 9:00 am Classroom Instruction; 12:00 pm Lunch; 1:00 pm- 5:00 pm Classroom instruction; 6:00 pm Dinner (chicken fried steak with trimmings) provided by the Loyal Train Chapter.
February 9th—8:00 am Breakfast; 9:00 am Field Instruction; 12:00 pm Lunch/Completion certificates awarded.

To register, please send payment to:
Ray Johnson
7246 Sportsman Dr.
Brownwood Texas 76801

For questions, please call Ray Johnson at 325-642-8853.

Jun
17
Wed
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

Jun
18
Thu
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 18 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

Jun
19
Fri
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 19 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

Jun
20
Sat
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 20 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

Jun
22
Mon
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

Jun
23
Tue
The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight
Jun 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Masterfully created by acclaimed western/wildlife artist, Lee Cable, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” will be on display at Fort Concho June 17–September 7, 2020.
This unique fine art exhibition depicts scenes from the life of Charles Goodnight through 13 original oil paintings. The exhibition also features working sketches for each painting, which invite viewers into Cable’s artistic process, and the intricacies of painting highly detailed, aesthetically pleasing works of art.

“The Life and Times of Texas Icon, Charles Goodnight,” is sponsored by the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Inc., and will be displayed in the Visitor Center at Barracks 1 at no charge to the public.

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