Educational Programs at Fort Concho

Frontier Ladies Living History Conference & School of the Soldier - March 11 - 13, 2016

Fort Concho will again host a Living History Training Workshop - School of the Victorian Lady. The School will cover topics on Victorian leisure, clothing, crafts, and interpretation. For this year, a new class has been added and will be open to the public: Living History 101. There will be a wide variety of presentations from our area living historians and re-enactors. These talks will give participants an idea of what living historians do, how to get started in the field, and where they can participate.
For more information:

Registration Page

Sharon Baird

Stribling Art Show at Fort Concho - April 1 - 3, 2016

Celebrating its 17th year, Stribling Art Extravaganza will showcase 175 Concho Valley Artists and Artisans April 1-3, 2016 at historic Fort Concho’s Quartermaster, Commissary and Barracks 6 buildings. The public show and sale is free and open to the public. Since its beginning, Stribling Art Extravaganza has raised over $800,000 for WTRC and continues to serve as a great outlet to feature local talent. Featuring pieces of original art from a variety of mediums including oil, watercolor, pottery, mixed media, pastels, sculpture, drawing, fiber, glass, wood, clay and photographs, this show will have something for everyone. Guests can come and enjoy the art Friday, April 1 from 10-7, Saturday, April 2 from 9-6 and Sunday, April 3 from 11-2. Every piece will be for sale and supporting this show not only benefits the Rehab Center, but supports the local artists.

Camp Concho - Kids' Summer Day Camp
June 8,15,22

Join us for a brand new summer program! Become a Jr. Historian and experience the fort through behind-the-scenes exploration is buildings and exhibits, living history demonstrations, artifact examinations, and much more! Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is limited for each day camp.
For more information please contact Rocio Moncibais at (325) 657-4444.

Registration Form

Fun at the Fort - Kids' Summer Programs
July 12, 14, 19, 20*, 22

Bring your kids to Fort Concho this summer to experience the 19th Century. Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is limited for each program.
For more information please contact Carol Cummings at (325) 657-4441.

Registration Form

Fort Concho Speakers Series 2016
April 6, 13, 20, & 27

Enjoy a lunchtime talk by area speakers covering different topics of our community heritage. The program is held in the Fort Concho Commissary Building, located at Burgess Street near Henry O. Flipper Street. Take Flipper Street from South Oakes Street, just a half mile south of downtown San Angelo. Each day's session begins shortly after noon. Free Admission
Spring Speakers Flyer

Vintage Base Ball
March - December

The Fort Concho Vintage Base Ball Clubs will have public practices and matches from March through December. The programs will take place at Fort Concho National Historic Landmark on the west side of the parade ground near South Oakes Street. All ladies and gentlemen interested in playing or watching Vintage Base Ball are invited to attend. For more information on times and programs please contact Cory Robinson at (325) 657-4444.

Fort Concho Cavalry Practice

The Fort Concho Cavalry will have public practices and programs during the year on site. The programs will take place at Fort Concho National Historic Landmark on the Parade Ground. Visitors are invited to attend. For more information please contact the fort at (325) 657-4444.


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