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Upcoming Events

April 6

Casper Sultenfuss Maker Unveiling driving instructions:

From Bergheim, take 3351 north off of Hwy 46 approx. 3.5 miles to Edge Falls Rd., then take a right. Site is on the left around 200 feet along the road.

April 18

 

Join the KCHC for a guided tour of the Historical Honey Creek located off Hwy 46 E. at the Guadalupe River State Park. Paul Mebane and Rick Eckersley will be the main guide for a presentation on the History of Honey Creek and its settlers. Meet at the Rust House located inside the main gate of the park. Go to the entrance and let the guard know you are going to a Honey Creek special tour. There will be a park admission fee. The tour should last about 2 hours, please plan to arrive by 9:45 a.m.

RSVP by April 15 to npmebane@gvtc.com. Reservations are required.

April - Historic Hill Festival at the Kuhlmann-King Historical Complex.

May - Kendall County Fairgrounds and City Park tour.

June - Battle of Walkers Creek tour

July - Cave With No Name tour

Community Resources

 

 

Kendall County Heritage Organizations

These organizations support Kendall County's historical, natural, and cultural preservation efforts. Learn more about each organization by clicking on its name:

Agricultural Heritage Museum (Boerne)

Boerne Area Historical Preservation Society

 

Boerne - Native Plant Society of Texas

 

Boerne's Patrick Heath Public Library   /  also the periodic newsletter

 

Cibolo Nature Center

 

Comfort Heritage Foundation

 

Family History Place

 

Friends of Guadalupe River, Honey Creek Inc.

Genealogical Society Kendall County

 

Kendalia Public Library

 

Kendall County Partnership for Parks

 

Old Tunnel State Park (Texas Parks &Wildlife) (Mt. Alamo)

 

Pleasant Valley Community Center

Texas Historical Commission

Click this link to learn more about the Texas Historical Commission on a state level. Learn how to help your local historical commission or how you can get involved at www.thc.texas.gov

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