Texas Independence and Heritage Day Celebration

Join us the third weekend in March, 10-3, in Seymour, Texas. The City Park (taken back to the 1800’s) is once again used for horse and wagon traffic only. Accept the challenge from the Lead & Lace reinactors to a Quick Draw contest. Dutch Ovens are serving coffee, cobbler, and delish breads all day, or enjoy some Kettle Corn, Roasted Corn, or homemade tamales from some of the many vendors. Our world renown dinosaur museum, along with our Baylor County History Museums have free admission that day! Hear Seymour Munday, a drover during the days of the Great Western Cattle Trail, perform some Living History, followed by the Eagle Flats Brats Dulcimer group and some cowboy poetry in the Portwood Pavilion. This year we are having the beautiful Kiowa Indians dancers and two squares of the Red River Square Dancing Club perform! Participate in a 42 domino tournament, throw some washers, visit the quilt show & Art exhibit, or listen to great music. all nestled in the trees of our beautiful park. Don’t be late because the day kicks off with the beautiful Santa Rosa Palomino Club in all their Texas finest regalia, followed by 17 riders bearing the flags that have flown over the battlefields of our state as she gained her independence. It is quite a site seeing the flags set down the center of the park, where they spend the day for all to see. See you there! Contact Myra at the Chamber for more information: 940-889-2921