Watch and learn the process of brewing Germany’s favorite beverage! We’ll also discuss the history of brewing, brewing in Boerne, and what makes different types of beers. Look forward to seeing you there!
Join us for two unique presentations by guest speaker Frank Graves, expert on Percussion Firearms, a member of the invitation-only American Society of Arms Collectors, and a 50 year student of the earliest Colt revolvers.
Session 1 (1pm): The Rifle Patent of E. A. F. Toepperwein of Boerne Session 2 (2pm): Rifles and Pistols used in Early Boerne History
Session 1 (1pm): The Nearby Battle of Walker’s Creek Session 2 (2pm): The Results of The Battle of Walker’s Creek Benefited Gunmaker Samuel Colt
Every Saturday in June we will be offering traditional twined rag rug classes. Led by instructor, Julie Gossell, who learned this craft from her German grandfather. Class cost is $40 and includes 12 hours of instruction plus rental of a frame to make a 28″ by 16″ rug. Class size will be limited to 6. If you are interested please send us a message for more information!
A baby’s quilt from the museum’s collection will be on display along with many other vibrant quilts in all 3 of our buildings. Agnes Evelyn Cole was born on February 17th, 1898. Visit us and our March exhibit, The Art of Quilt Making, this Saturday, March 13th, and March 27th from noon to 3 PM. This is a joint exhibit with the Cibolo Creek Quilters Guild.
This is why we work hard to preserve Boerne history! We were delighted to have a 2nd Boerne ISD Elementary, Curington, tour the Kuhlmann King yesterday. We give educational tours to any and all student or youth groups upon request. Contact us for more information.