October 18th … Annual State-Wide 2019 Genealogy Lock-In presented by the Waco-McLennan Genealogy Center in Bryan, Texas at the Clara B. Mounce Library.
Saturday, October 19th … at 10 a.m. Washington County Genealogy Society will sponsor another Genealogy Lock-in workshop at Brenham at the Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library, 100 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. The event begins at 10 a.m. and hourly features a change in topics throughout the day with the last scheduled at 7:25. Patrons may come and go as they choose topics.
October 19th ... at 6:30PM. Star of the Republic Museum: Night at the Museum and Tavern Tales: step back in time where Texas was born! Washington-on-the Brazos.
October 24th, 25th & 26th … Navasota’s Theatre Alliance “Lanterns & Legends” at Navasota’s Oakland Cemetery with tours starting at 6:30, and an indoor matinee on Sunday, October 27th at 2 p.m. Theme is “Building Navasota: A Tribute to Master Craftsmen.”
November 7th...On Thursday, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Apinya Srikhwanthong and Rebecca Dias of the Brazos Valley Art Council’s artists at the Horlock House at 1215 East Washington in Navasota will release their book, “Navasota is Beautiful”. The coffee table book relates the history of Navasota as seen by the eyes of the artist in a children’s book. The public is welcome.
Thursday, November 14th ... TWO RIVERS GENEALOGY WORKSHOP……Marie Fuqua will again give a Two Rivers Heritage Foundation genealogy workshop at Lynn’s Rendezvous Room beginning at 5:15 p.m. Workshop topics will be ”General Tips for Finding Ancestors Before 1850" also “More Tips on Using Family Search". Marie will also touch on a non-genealogy topic of “How to Create Easy-to-Remember Passwords.” The workshop is free and the public is welcome.
November 30th … Fanthorp Inn “Firelight” event at Anderson from 4:30 to 7 p.m.