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Traditional Native American Dance Performance

Traditional Native American Dance Performance

This Fandangle Season, enrich your exploration of Texas history through a celebration of regional Native American cultures.

Join us on Saturday, June 22 from 1-2pm in the Marshall R. Young Sculpture Courtyard for a traditional costumed dance performance, including music and story-telling.

Bring the whole family for this FREE, entertaining and educational experience!

Images courtesy of Oklahoma Fancy Dance Troupe.

OJAC Performing Arts Programs are FREE and open to the public.

Historic Albany Walking Tour

Historic Albany Walking Tour

Join us for a guided tour of historic Albany, Texas and walk in the footsteps of the original settlers to this West Texas frontier!

Starting at the 1870s Ledbetter Picket House and ending with the 1920s Aztec Theater downtown, travel through Albany History through anecdotes and architecture.

These FREE, guided tours Commence at 2pm and 3:30pm at the park on Main Street

[adjacent to downtown shopping area; meet at fountain pictured in slideshow below]

Free refreshments provided at conclusion of tours.

*Please note: As this will take place outdoors in the Texas summer heat, please dress accordingly.

This public program is FREE and open to the public.