–What a busy weekend! Fort Davis National Historic Site will have lots of exciting stuff this weekend. I’m interested in the the baseball game played by 1884 rules. Also there will be a Trash Can Cavelry presentation and a small arms demonstration. Click here to find out more. Also, stop by Old Fort Country; there will be artist demonstrations from 10 am to 2 pm at the First Saturday Flea Market in Fort Davis. This is part of the Kate Hoffman Art Association’s Sixth Annual Juried Art Show.
–From 6 to 8 Friday evening the Murphy Street Raspa Company will have the Sul Ross Student Art Show. I’ve seen some of the art and I was blown away. Sul Ross continues to have crop after crop of talented kids. Click here to join the MSRC Facebook fan club. Stop by the MSRC here in Alpine and check out this art.
–If you’re interested in the mysterious (perhaps supernatural?) meet James Bunnell (former NASA Engineer) who conducted an 8 year investigation that resulted in his new book “Hunting Marfa Lights.” There will also be a video presentation and discussion to follow. This is at 2 pm on Saturday at the Apache Trading Post in Alpine.
–German artist Barbel Helmert will host a new show, “Lost+Found” at the Greasewood Gallery at the Hotel Paisano. An artist’s reception will be held at 6 to 8 pm on Friday at 207 N. Highland in Marfa.
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