Heritage, Volume 6, Number 3, Fall 1988 Page: 33
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PIONEER MEMORIAL MUSEUM
309 W. Main St., Fredericksburg; (512)
997-2835; Open Monday-Saturday 10-5,
Sunday 1-5, Closed in Winter; Local and
Pioneer History; Adults $1, Children 25.
19th and Market Streets, Galveston; (409)
763-4661, ext. 216; Open Monday-Friday;
Pictorial History of Galveston.
2328 Broadway, Galveston; (409) 7623933;
Open Daily 10-4, Weekends 12-5;
Italianate-Style Historical House; Adults
$3, Students $2.50.
2219 Market Street, Galveston; (409)
766-2340; Open Wednesday-Saturday 105,
Sunday 12-5; History of Galveston.
KARANKAWA INDIAN MUSEUM
Bob Smith Drive, Galveston; (409) 7445732;
Open Monday-Sunday 24 Hours;
CONFEDERATE AIR FORCE
Rebel Field, Valley International Airport,
Harlingen; (512) 425-1057; Open Monday-Saturday
9-5, Sunday and Holidays 16;
Military Aviation from World War II;
Adults $3, Students $1.50.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Industrial Air Park, Boxwood Street, Harlingen;
(512) 432-3979; Open TuesdayFriday
9-12,2-5 and Sunday 2-5; Local and
Pioneer History and Natural History;
DEAF SMITH COUNTY
400 Sampson Street, Hereford; (806) 3644338;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday
2-5; Local and Pioneer History of Deaf
1 Westcott Street, Houston; (713) 5298773;
Open By Reservation Tuesday-Saturday;
Art, Historic Building and Site.
DECEMBER 3 & 4, 1988
Saturday, 10 am to 10 pm
Sunday, 10 am to 8 pm
For one special
weekend each year,
you can step back
in time, back to the
LJ Wad^ days of horse-drawn
carriages and hot
r _^III^^ wassail, to the land
of Charles Dickens
for a magical pre-Christmas
Dickens on the Strand is jugglers,
mimes, magicians, singers, dancers,
musicians, and merriment at every
turn. It's a festive, fun and
Images of Christmas past are
brought magically to life on
Galveston's gaslit Strand.
Costumed vendors line the streets
to hawk their wares and treasures
fill the festive shops and carts
along the historic Strand.
There's sumptuous food for every
taste, from plum pudding and hot
roasted chestnuts to funnel cakes
and tea time treats.
The spirit of Dickens
beckons with special
Dickens Weekend /ai Ai
Packages at * '
many hotels. '
$5 Adult i
Call now for
or (713) 488-5942.
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