Brownsville

Second annual Rebel Fest: Star Wars

On May 4th will be take place the second annual event Rebel Fest, organized by the department of parks and recreation of the city of Brownsville together with Keep Brownsville Beautiful; the event will be starting at 6 pm and end at 10 pm, entrance is totally free. If you are a Star Wars fan, you would not like to...

Brownsville Vintage Day Event: An event for the entire family

Brownsville Vintage Day Event a family event that will be held on April 7th, from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the recently renewed Downtown Historic Market Square, admission is completely free. The Downtown Historic Market Square in Brownsville includes a two blocks area and is part of the city’s history. Brownsville Vintage Day it is an event that will...

Children’s Museum Community Night: A space full of fun

A night full of fun is what the Children’s Museum Community Night offers to your little ones, on March 25th, from 5 pm to 7 pm entrance is completely free. Community Night is a program created by the Children’s Museum of Brownsville, which has several years operating and providing services to the community with the objective of bring children closer...

The Bi National 10k & 5k Run, The Teleton USA Running for a good cause

On March 24th will be held the first binational race that will be joining both sides of the border for a noble cause, which is named “The Bi-National 10K & 5K Run, The Teleton USA” and is organized by Teleton USA/Foundation in benefit of minors with disabilities. The event will be starting at 8:00 am and will end at...

Sombrero Festival: Where the party lasts three days

The Sombrero Festival is today the largest event in the Cameron County, Texas, it is an event where party and family fun last three days. The festival takes place at the Washington Park, at downtown Brownsville and it is opened the last Thursday of February every year at the annual vacations of the Charro Days. The event is 100 %...

Ocelot Conservation Festival: activities for the entire family

Ocelot Conservation Festival is an event celebrated every year organized by Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, Gladys Porter Zoo, Cincinnati Zoo's Cat Ambassador Program and Amigos de Laguna Atascosa. There are different activities forming this great event, as the race with an option to run 1 mile, or 5 k which will be held on March 3rd at the Glady´s...

Winter Walking Tours 2018 Fort Brown: A trip into Brownsville history

The walking tours to know a little bite about the history of Brownsville, continue during this 2018; this time the professor Jim Mills offer visitors a tour by the Fort Brown, an important military position at the border of the United States and Mexico; this fort witnessed several conflicts, included the Mexico’s War and the Civil War. During the tour,...

Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts invites you to its new exhibition: Journey Through

Maria Antonia Ramirez has an exhibition until March 30th, 2018 at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts called Journey Through. The Maria Antonia Ramirez kind of contemporary arts manages harmony among colors, textures and forms. Her great talent has make this artist to continue establishing and standing out within the community and to be increasingly internationally recognized. The artist was born...

Baile del Sol Street Dance 2018: fun for the entire family!

Baile del Sol Street Dance 2018 is a 100 % family event, which gathers the Mexican folklore diversity in one place; hundreds of people come to witness the different dances offered by schools from the Brownsville community. If you enjoy this kind of events where culture, folklore and gastronomy come together, you cannot miss the opportunity of be at the...

Mr. Amigo 2018: Pedro Fernandez

The Mr. Amigo Association founded with the idea of joining and creates an alliance between the neighboring countries of Mexico and the United States. This event is held every year through the border cities of Matamoros, Tamaulipas and Brownsville, Texas. As symbol of this alliance and friendship this year is granted to a Mexican citizen the title Mr. Amigo...