FORT CLARK DAYS 2020 Fort Clark Springs, Highway 90, Brackettville, TX 78832 Follow us on Facebook March 6 & 7
For more than 40 years, Fort Clark Days has taken place at Fort Clark Springs in Brackettville, Texas. More than 100 living historians demonstrate skills from the past and educate our visitors about the history of southwest Texas. In addition to our living historians, we have arts & crafts and food vendors. We are still seeking volunteers to coordinate and be committee members for various components of the event. Please feel free to drop in on one of our meetings. We meet at the adult center at 6:00 on January 27, February 6, February 10, February 20, and February 24. Please join us for a clean up day on Saturday, February 29 as we get several buildings ready for Fort Clark Days.
Our 2020 celebration will be a living history (educational) event on Friday, school day. Food vendors will be on site for lunch and dinner. On Saturday, March 7 (open to the public day), we will also have arts and crafts vendors. We are expecting more than 100 living historians in 2020.
Fort Clark Days is sponsored by Fort Clark Springs Community Council, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Fort Clark Springs Association, and Fort Clark Gun Club.
Our annual multi-day event helps us fulfill three of the six purposes of Fort Clark Springs Community Council (FCSCC):
To assist in the education of the youth and general public in the history of Southwest Texas.
To preserve, protect, and promote the Fort Clark Historic District for its citizens, the visiting public and future generations.
To raise money to help achieve these goals.
Students at Lytle High School have created the following two promotional videos for us. Please go to the School Day page to see even more videos produced by Lytle High School students.