2019 Events Flyer

Second Saturdays: Czech Conversational Language Classes
1:00-3:00 PM   2nd Saturdays of each month. 
$10 per person per class. Please call to register.


Exhibit Through November 15: Made in Czechoslovakia
Handcrafted wooden, fabric, and glass items on display.
November 22-December - Made in Czechoslovakia Christmas Special

May 19: Annual Slavnost ‘May Fest’ and Tribute to Immigrants
Recognition of descendants of Czech Immigrants of any year, 10:30 AM. Download the recognition form. Forms due by May 13.
Recognition of Immigrant Wall Stones placed 2018-19, 11 AM
Fried Chicken Dinner served beginning at 11:30 AM $10/person - includes meal and all events
Re-opening of SPJST Lodge #19 in the Czech Village, 1:30 pm - Demonstration at the Zapalač Saw Mill - Czech Newspaper Museum
Raffle – Car Show - May Pole Dance – Czech Village – Museum Tours - Pastry Shop - Door Prizes - Gift Shop - Country Store
Music by the Texas Dutchmen 12:30-5 PM See the flyer

July 15-18: Czech Republic Hidden Secrets Tour 2019
Highlighting new experiences when revealing hidden secrets and places. Also covering homeland, history, genealogy, food and more!
Contact Patsy Robertson for information and forms: Phone: 979-758-4289 Email: Probert420@aol.com

October 18-19: Heritage Fest & Muziky
Friday Oct. 18: Octoberfest On The Deck 4-9:30 PM. Music by the Dujka Brothers. Chicken & Dumplings served!!
Saturday, Oct. 19: 10A-6P – Music • Demos • Tarock • Fireworks • and More!
Muziky Muziky – Amphitheater, 7-9:30 PM

     More events to be announced.  Watch the website and our Facebook page for updates.

2019 Past Events

March 16: Dedication of the Czech Newspapers Museum Czech Village, 2 PM Read more.

January 23: Texas Dance Hall Preservation Program Hanslik Hall
6 PM Presented by Deb Fleming, TDHP Executive Director Read more

Through February 9: Texas Dance Hall Preservation Photo Exhibit Museum
Two-step your way through time on a photographic tour of historic dance halls presented by the Texas Dance Hall Preservation.
Texas dance halls are as diverse and vast as Texas itself. The photos in this exhibit illustrate this and serve as a reminder of what we have and what we are at risk of losing without preservation efforts of this precious resource. Our historic dance halls are reminders of our collective history as Texans.

February 9: Valentine’s Dinner and Concert Hanslik Hall
4-6 PM – Social featuring Texas wines & delicious appetizers
6-7 PM – Dinner served by Celebrations by Bistro 108
7 PM – Grand Piano Concert by Prof. John Dujka
Roses given to attendees. $75 SOLD OUT!

2017 Events