The San Jacinto Fall Fandango, scheduled for November 19, is canceled due to weather. The expected cold and rainy conditions make the planned outdoor activities difficult to conduct and pose a potential safety risk for our event attendees, vendors, volunteers, and staff.
TEXIANS IN THE 1830s liked to celebrate with a fandango, a festive gathering with music, dancing, games and food. Dancing and balls were an important opportunity to socialize and form a community on the frontier, where many people lived miles away from their nearest neighbors, and no gathering was complete without games of chance.
Join us for a day of fun for the whole family at the San Jacinto Fall Fandango on November 19, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We’ll have saloon games, period music and dancing, arts and crafts, and hands-on living history activities, plus food trucks and vendors.
The event is free to attend and participate in the activities. Food and merchandise will be available for purchase. All ages are welcome.
Notes: The event is outside, so please dress accordingly for the weather.
If you’re interested in being a vendor at our fall festival event, apply here. Places are available for ocal businesses, food trucks, restaurants, boutiques, craft/maker businesses, and farmer's markets.