Get Your Cowboy Boots Ready For "Round Up" At The Alamo On Feb. 6

February 1, 2021

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Kevin Femmel, Alamo Trust, Inc.
Office (210) 225-1391x3005
Mobile (210) 836-8616

Polish your boots for a special day of cowboy-themed programming with "Round Up" at the Alamo on Saturday, Feb. 6. Just in time for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, this virtual and in-person event will show audiences of all ages what life was like for cowboys in the 1800s.

The Official Alamo Facebook page will release videos throughout the day with demonstrations on weapons of the old west and what life was like on the cattle trail. In-person living history programming will take place throughout the day, with demonstrations on 1800s games, cooking, branding, and more. Colleagues from The Witte Museum and The Briscoe Western Art Museum will perform additional demonstrations throughout the day.

All online and in-person demonstrations are completely free to the public. Events on the Alamo grounds will follow state and local COVID-19 guidelines. Masks must be worn at all times by both visitors and staff when at the Alamo and social distancing is strongly encouraged.

What: "Round Up," learn about the life of 1800s cowboys on the cattle trail, weapons of the west, period games, and more both online and in-person.

Who: Public

When: Saturday, February 6; 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Where: Virtual content on Official Alamo Facebook page
In-person programming on the Alamo grounds
300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205

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