Crockett Tavern Museum has hosted folks from 39 states and 8 foreign countries since opening for the 2018 season on May 1st.
A big thanks goes out to all who helped with Crockett’s 232nd Birthday Celebration (8/11)- the Sycamore Shoals militia re-enactors, the Sabine Hill ladies group, Mitchell Bradley, musician, Dr. John Welton (Wm Finley impersonator), blacksmith Catherine Shook and her fiance, volunteers- Judith Bible, Debbie Smith and husband, Johnston family, Lisa Harris, Andrew Bennett, Ashley Smith, & Dr. Ross and Barbara Baker. Thanks to Morristown Parks and Rec for folding chairs and Allen Funeral Home for the big canopy tent.Special thanks to Tim Massey and Caroline Blanks for their assistance.
Our next scheduled event is at the museum-Smithsonian Museum Magazine-National Museum Alive Day. Free admission to Crockett Tavern with ticket from the magazine’s website.For up to two adult admissions only. See the magazines website for more info.
Crockett Tavern Museum will close on Saturday Octpber 21st for the 2018 season.
The project was created and designed by Native Sun Productions with Gary Foreman and William Hamilton teaming up again to bring Crockett’s story to life. This now makes twenty-three murals on David Crockett’s life the two have created going back ten years.
What: Alamo Lunch & Lecture: David Crockett
Where: Alamo Hall, San Antonio, TX
When: August 14, 2018
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
For more information, contact Machaia McClenny 210-225-1301
The cost is $15.00 and includes a Jason’s Deli lunch box. Hope you are able to come.