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A New Idea for a Night Out in San Saba: History Comes to Life

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The official page for the city of San Saba, here in the Texas Hill Country, has issued a “Save the Date” notice on their blog for an event that’s sure to be fun for the whole family! Following in Hollywood’s footsteps, and celebrating Texas Independence Day, on Saturday, March 3 from 6 to 8 p.m., the San Saba County Historical Museum will be holding “A Night at the Museum,” at Mill Pond Park. Benefitting the museum, families are invited to tour its facilities in a type of living history through of San Saba County.

A New Idea for a Night Out in San Saba: History Comes to Life

Photo: Facebook/San Saba County Historical Museum

True to the concept of its namesake movie, San Saba area locals will portray the founding fathers of the county in a type of “history comes to life” style of entertainment. Guests will also be treated to an authentic campfire supper featuring a menu of stew, beans, cornbread, and cobbler. Dinner will be served under the stars and the evening will close with a great display of fireworks which will play out over beautiful Mill Pond Park. While you’re there, you can also register to win a San Saba weekend getaway!

Admission for this event is $10 for children ages 11 years and up, $5 for those from 6-10, and kids under 5 will get in free. Guests with a military ID will also have free admission, and all proceeds from this event will go to the San Saba County Historical Museum, a 501(c)3 charitable organization. For more information or to plan for this wonderful night out, visit the link provided here.