Brownsville’s festive ambience sets the mood for an exciting and fun vacation for the whole family. From our Charro Days festivities in February, to our Latin Jazz Festival in October, it’s no wonder Brownsville is Always a Fiesta!
The Costumes of the Americas Museum presents its new exhibit, “Triple Treat”. The exhibit depicts the “Evolution of the Rebozo”, “Guatemalan Market” and “Designs, Colors and Flowers” on Mexican textiles.
10 a.m.- 5 P.M. Tues- Sat
12- 4 p.m. Sun
The Artist D. Lewis got inspired from Thomas Kinkade and John Singer Sergeant. Also, Mr. Lewis wrote a book called “The Adventures of Ava Bear”
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 or exaggerated, there was no violence, no noise. It was an invitation to silence, to all that placid, to calmness”. Jaime Lopez Isaza, member of the Spanish Association of Art Critics (AECA)
Santa Claus is Coming to Town! Come stroll through the Holiday Village and be magically transported to the North Pole. Admission is Free and the Memories are Priceless
The Brownsville Historical Association is proud to present the first annual Christmas Tree Forest Exhibit. The exhibit is a great way to creatively showcase your personal talents or an organization to scores of people who come in to view the beautiful display of Christmas Trees.