Arts Council News & Events

Living History Saturday


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Washington-on-the-Brazos invites you to join Living History Saturday every third Saturday of the Month. Travel back in time to where a nation was born in 1836.  On the third Saturday of each month staff and volunteers dressed in period clothing bring to life the people and events of Old Washington. Experience a unique opportunity to discover various aspects of life surrounding the birth of the Republic of Texas.  The program features activities suited for the entire family. Free. (Activities may vary and some are weather dependent)

The Brazos Valley Farmer's Market

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The Brazos Valley Farmer's Market, open every Saturday from 8 a.m to Noon in Downtown Bryan, is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. We also sell eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, garden crafts. 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

Birds: Masters of Adaptation

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

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The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History proudly announces the opening of its new in-house created exhibit, Birds: Masters of Adaptation, on display now through October 23, 2021. This exclusive exhibit explores the fascinating diversity present in birds, and the many ways birds have adapted to life on Earth. Beautiful specimens, stunning photographs, and artifacts highlight bird anatomy, eggs and nests, specialty habitats, and the unique abilities & intelligence of birds. Visit, like the Museum on Facebook, or call 979-776-2195 for more information.

Diamond Anniversary Exhibit

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History (BVMNH)

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In recognition of its Diamond Anniversary, the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History (BVMNH) is proud to announce a new mini exhibit celebrating 60 years of service to the Brazos Valley and the State of Texas. Explore the Museum’s storied career through vintage photographs, a cabinet of curiosities, and an eclectic display of artifacts and specimens from around the globe. Learn about the Museum’s founding, from its earliest days as a volunteer-run project in the county courthouse, and share your own stories in our Museum Memories interactive. This mini exhibit is open now through early January 2022.