San Jancinto Museum of History

San Jacinto Day Festival:
Call for Volunteers and Vendors

The Battle of San Jacinto is reenacted each year at the base of the San Jacinto Monument. This is a free-admission event with living history demonstrators, music and craft vendors, culminating in the largest reenactment in the state honoring those who fought for Texas’ independence. (Parking and security fees may be charged.)

Volunteers are critical to the success of the San Jacinto Day Festival. Please consider being a part if this fun day. As a volunteer, you will learn how Texas won its independence. You will also meet new people, feel good about giving back to your community, and, most importantly, have fun! Take a look at the information about being a volunteer on April 22 and/or April 23, 2016, and then complete a volunteer form.

2016 Volunteer Information

2016 Volunteer Form

Vendors also play an important role in making the Festival exciting to the visitors who attend. Please see the Call for Vendors information sheet and Vendor Application below, and call or email us with any specific questions. Space is limited. All reservations must be submitted and paid for by March 31, 2016. Your reservation is confirmed with receipt of your application and payment. Applications are processed and accepted in the order received. To insure your spot – send today. (Applications can be faxed to: 210.824.9318.)

Call for Vendors (207KB)

Vendor Application (187KB)