Brazoria County Historical Museum Programs

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Upcoming Programs, as of February 12, 2018


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Thursday, Feb. 22nd, 6:30pm

If Objects Could Talk: Women’s Lives at the Turn of the Century

Join us as we share and discuss correspondence, clothing and household items from the turn of the century, and what they tell us about domestic life in Brazoria County. 


Saturday, March 10th,10am-12pm

Saturday, March 10th 10am to Noon

Become a cowboy for a day as you learn to rope cattle, sample chuck-wagon cooking, enjoy cowboy storytelling, play games and much more!


Herbal Workshop – Essential Oils

Saturday, April 14th 10am to 1pm

Learn about essential oils from herbalist Bekka Laurent, as she continues her Home Herbal Courses with “Essential Oil 101.” Discover essential oils production, safety, and common methods of use, while you gain hands-on experience crafting your own essential oil blend to take home.

Limited Seating 
Museum Members $25 
Non-Member $35

Lunch and supplies included. 
Call to reserve your seat today!


Victory Bash

Saturday, April 28th 6pm to 9pm

22nd Annual Father of Texas Awards Banquet

On Saturday, April 28, 2018, the Brazoria County Historical Museum will recognize three outstanding individuals at the Father of Texas Awards Banquet, an annual fundraising event. This event honors the award recipients for their contributions to and participation in our community. The Banquet is especially important as it is the Museum’s primary fundraiser.

Thursday, October 4, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Texas Shipwrecks – Book review by author Mark Lardas


Black Cowboys in the American West

Meet Author Bruce Glasrud

Date TBD

Discover the history of the Black Cowboys in the American West as Glasrud surveys the life and work of these cattle drivers.