Grab your calendar and mark your Saturday, Feb. 21, as the day to kick up your boots and come on down to the Museum of South Texas History’s largest event, Pioneer and Ranching Crafts Day, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
History-based entertainers, craft presenters and traditional South Texas food combine to make the event like no other!
This annual event celebrates the region’s pioneer and ranching heritage through presentations and the crafts, music and food that make South Texas unique. From quilters and weavers to flint-knappers, cowboy cooks, and singers, the day is guaranteed to be filled with fun for all!
“This exciting event highlights the traditional pioneer crafts and ranching traditions used by the early settlers to shape the Rio Grande Valley.” Says Program Coordinator Melissa Tijerina. “The event will not only host artisans from the Valley area but all over Texas! It is truly a celebration not to be missed!”
Special events such as Pioneer Ranching Crafts Day are not included in the usual Saturday 10 a.m. to noon free hours, but is free for all FRIENDS of the museum. For more information call 956-383-6911 or visit www.mosthistory.org. The Museum of South Texas History is located on the Courthouse Square in downtown Edinburg.