Part of an old map of the San Jacinto area from the Texas Revolution


San Jacinto Day: A Call to Action

Volunteers Wanted!

SHARE YOUR LOVE OF HISTORY by volunteering at San Jacinto.  There are tasks that need your skills, from folding and stuffing letters, to scanning photographs or shelving books, to keeping the grounds neat and tidy.  Have an hour or two, or a whole day with time to spare? Contact the volunteer coordinator for more information.

Volunteers are critical to the success of the San Jacinto Day Celebration, occurring each year on the weekend close to April 21. Please consider being a part of 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! Interested? Contact the event coordinator.

Vendors Welcome!

ATTENTION ALL ARTS AND CRAFTS VENDORS, farmers market enthusiasts, business owners, and food vendors!  You're invited to participate in the San Jacinto Day Celebration and the Fall Fandango, taking place at the iconic San Jacinto Monument.  These outdoor events offers a unique opportunity to showcase your products or services and connect with new customers in a scenic and historical setting. 

For more information, contact Juan Ortiz, Events Manager, with any questions.