Primo Vega, born in Ario de Rosales, Michoacan, Mexico. “His painting smelled of the countryside. The Peace in his strokes could almost be touched with one’s own fingertips because nothing in his work was grotesque… Continue Reading El Hueso De Fraile
Back by popular demand, this holiday season, the Brownsville Historical Association is proud to present its Department 56 Miniature Holiday Village collection. Founded in 1976, the Department 56 Company captures the spirit of Christmas through… Continue Reading El Hueso De Fraile
Highlighting the season’s exhibit is a Children’s Coloring Book illustrated exclusively for the museum by Don Breeden. Come and experience a one of a kind of collection of authentic and indigenous textiles and art.
Many themes in U.S. history pertain to the Fort Brown. These includes: the Mexican American War, The US Civil War, World War 1, yellow fever research, women in the military and Tejanos in the military.… Continue Reading El Hueso De Fraile
As my eye peers through the viewfinder of my camera, I’m mindful of my vision before I weigh down on my shutter release. To capture a series of photographs that shows the viewer a glimpse… Continue Reading El Hueso De Fraile
Auditions are for students in grades 4 through 12 for the Camille Playhouse’s 2019 Performing Arts Academy Productions of Mary Poppings Jr. Auditions are by appointment only. Email Director Chris Ikner at – email@example.com.
The Brownsville Junior Service League is sponsoring a financial clinic at the Southmost branch of the Brownsville Public Library. The program is free to children and is designed to strengthen children’s financial literacy skills.
Join us on a guided 3-mile bicycle tour to enjoy the wildlife found at our park and increase your fitness. All skill levels are welcome. Your own bicycle is recommended, but rentals are available. Bring:… Continue Reading El Hueso De Fraile