Texas Heritage, Volume 19, Number 1, Winter 2001 Page: 21
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arch 2nd Texas Independence Day
March 2nd * Texas Independence Day
Celebrate Texas urges you to join the Celebration!
We have planned many events for your enjoyment. They will include:
* Parade up Congress Ave. to the
Capitol grounds (Parade steps off at 11:30 a.m.)
* State Cemetery Ceremony,
(9:30 a.m., E. 7th St. @ Navasota, parking available)
* Capitol Celebration, Noon,
South Entrance (Texas style entertainment
with lots to see 6 hear. Bar-B-Q lunch available.)
* Capitol Fly-Over, Noon
(Scores of airplanes freom around the state will fly up
Congress Ave., weather permitting)
Celebrate Texas is a non-profit (l
chariable organization that's purpose is:
"To encourage and promote the
education of the general public regarding
Texas Independence Day
and the history of Texas and its people. "
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* Celebrate Texas State
Championship B-B-Q Cook-Off
(Saturday, March 3rd, Stone Mountain Event Ctr,
* Texas Independence Celebration
in Luckenbach (Saturday. March 3rd. 2:00 p.m.,
Entertainment by K. R. Wood, Steve Fromholtz,
"Fathers of Texas")
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Want to know more? Contact us at:
3401 South Lamar Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78704
(512) 383-0505 or (512) 462-1147 (fax)
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THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY JAY JOHNSON ENTERPRISES * AUSTIN, TEXAS
A TEXAS COMPANY FOR 43 YEARS AND PROUD OF IT!
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