FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alamo Presents San Jacinto Day: Texas Remembers - April 21
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alamo has partnered with the Texas Historical Commission, the San Jacinto Museum, and Presidio La Bahía to present San Jacinto Day: Texas Remembers, live on the Alamo's Facebook page on Tuesday, April 21.
Every year during Fiesta, the Alamo hosts special events to honor the Texan Army's victory at the Battle of San Jacinto including the Daughters of the Republic of Texas' annual pilgrimage to the Alamo. Due to COVID-19 and Fiesta being rescheduled for November, San Jacinto Day has been adapted to a special online event so that Texans can continue to celebrate Texas's rich history together. San Jacinto Day: Texas Remembers will also be a great opportunity for parents to add to their child's learning experience while at home, especially 4th and 7th grade students taking Texas history classes.
Learn from experts at state historic sites like Casa Navarro, Presidio La Bahía, Washington-on-the-Brazos, San Felipe de Austin, the San Jacinto Battleground, and The Alamo. Hear unique stories from the lead educators from these sites, learn about the events leading up to the Battle of San Jacinto, and more. Hosted and produced by Gary Foreman, owner of Native Sun Productions, San Jacinto Day will feature these speakers:
- Doug McDonald, CEO, The Alamo
- Mark Wolfe, Executive Director, Texas Historical Commission
- Carla Miller, President of the Alamo Mission Chapter, Daughters of the Republic of Texas
- Jeanie Travis, President, Fiesta San Antonio Commission
- Jordan Anderson, Lead Educator, Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site
- Georgia Davis, Site Manager, Casa Navarro State Historic Site
- Bill Irwin, Historic Site Operations, Texas Historical Commission
- Cait Johnson, Lead Educator, San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site
- Bryan McAuley, Site Manager, San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site
- Scott McMahon, Director, Presidio La Bahía
- Ernesto Rodriguez, Curator, The Alamo
Viewers will be able to submit their questions ahead of the broadcast on the Official Alamo Facebook page, where the presentation will be live streamed.
San Jacinto Day: Texas Remembers, a digital history broadcast featuring experts from state historic sites celebrating the anniversary of Texas' victory at the Battle of San Jacinto.
Who: General public
When: Tuesday, April 21 at 3 PM
Where: Live on the Official Alamo Facebook page
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