Posts Tagged manuel hinojosa

Telling Our Stories! “Road Hard, Horse Racing in the RGV” Manuel Hinojosa 8/23 7p

18 August 2018

Museums of Port Isabel Oral History “Road Hard – Horse Racing in the Valley”

 

The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation are proud to present its “Telling Our Stories” Series of 2018 on Thursday, August 23rd, at 7pm @ the Treasures of the Gulf Museum, 308 East Railroad Ave.

Manuel Hinojosa has spent the last 25 years documenting the Ancient Camino Real, starting in Guanajuato, Mexico and crossing into Texas at Eagle pass to the battle grounds of San Jacinto.  At San Jacinto, he was part of the 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2008 archaeological teams funded by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department grants to dig up battlefield artifacts that helped interpret the last battle for Texas Independence.

At the 2009 Battle San Jacinto Symposium, he was a feature speaker, presenting findings of the latest Archaeological investigation of the battle site.  He also participated in 2001 in the archaeology investigation at the Fannin Battlefield State Historic Park and various archaeological surveys at the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Park.  Mr. Hinojosa appeared in the Discovery Channel’s hour long documentary “Unsolved History, The Alamo.”

Mr. Hinojosa FAIA currently resides in Port Isabel, Texas.  He earned his B.A. in Art at Pam American University and degree in Architecture at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.  Manuel recently advanced to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is currently a partner with ROFA Architects in McAllen.

Please join us for an entertaining evening with. Mr, Hinojosa who will be giving us a presentation on the “Road Hard – Horse Racing in the Valley”.   All locals and visitors are welcomed to attend this free presentation. Complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided.

‘Telling Our Stories” is an educational program aimed to preserving the heritage of the City of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre area. Our goals are to preserve and educate our local and natural history through presentations and exhibits. The program is co-sponsored by the Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Museum Foundation. “Telling Our Stories” is presented on the fourth (4Th) Thursday of each month from January through September at the Treasures of the Gulf Museum. Admission is FREE.

Sponsored By:
Mary & Perry (III) Aby 

For more information on Telling Our Stories or to help sponsor an event, contact Jeannie Marie A. Flores at (956) 943-7602 or visit www.portisabelmuseums.com or you may also send an email to museumdirector@copitx.com.

Telling Our Stories: “The Forgotten Texas Patriot” by Manuel Hinojosa 2/22 7p

15 February 2018

 “The Forgotten Texas Patriot – Juan Davis Bradburn”

The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation are proud to present its “Telling Our Stories” Series of 2018 on Thursday, February 22nd, at 7pm @ the Port Isabel Event & Cultural Center, 309 East Railroad Ave.

Manuel Hinojosa has spent the last 25 years documenting the Ancient Camino Real, starting in Guanajuato, Mexico and crossing into Texas at Eagle Pass to the battle grounds of San Jacinto.  At San Jacinto, he was part of the 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2008 archaeological teams funded by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department grants to dig up battlefield artifacts that helped interpret the last battle for Texas Independence.

At the 2009 Battle San Jacinto Symposium, he was a feature speaker, presenting findings of the latest archaeological investigation of the battle site.  He also participated in 2001 in the archeology investigation at the Fannin Battlefield State Historic Park and various archaeological surveys at the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Park.  Mr. Hinojosa appeared in the Discovery Channel’s hour long documentary “Unsolved History, The Alamo.”

Mr. Hinojosa FAIA currently resides in Port Isabel, Texas.  He earned his B.A. in Art at Pam American University and degree in Architecture at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.  Manuel recently advanced to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is currently a partner with ROFA Architects in McAllen.

Mr. Hinojosa will be giving and sharing a presentation on Juan Davis Bradburn a Kentuckian slave trader that entered Texas in the conflict between Spain and Mexico’s War of Independence.  His actions as commandant of the garrison at Anahuac in Mexican Texas in 1832 led to the events known as Anahuac Disturbances.  As a Result of his actions, Bradburn was “one of the most maligned men in historical accounts of Texas in the 19th century.

Please join us for an entertaining evening with. Mr, Hinojosa who will be presenting “The Invincible Juan Davis Bradburn”.   All locals and visitors are welcomed to attend this free presentation. Complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided.

‘Telling Our Stories” is an educational program aimed to preserving the heritage of the City of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre area. Our goals are to preserve and educate our local and natural history through presentations and exhibits. The program is co-sponsored by the Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Museum Foundation. “Telling Our Stories” is presented on the fourth (4Th) Thursday of each month from January through September at the Treasures of the Gulf Museum. Admission is FREE.

Sponsored By: Doubledays Bar of Champions 

For more information on Telling Our Stories or to help sponsor an event, contact Jeannie Marie A. Flores at (956) 943-7602 or visit www.portisabelmuseums.com or you may also send an email to museumdirector@copitx.com.

Telling Our Stories: “Destination, Port Isabel!” by Manuel Hinojosa 4/27 7p

27 April 2017

Queen Isabel Inn. Rio Grande Railroad. Arrival in Port Isabel from Brownsville.

The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation are proud to present its “Telling Our Stories” Series of 2017 on Thursday, April 27th, at the Treasures of the Gulf Museum, 308 Queen Isabella Blvd. at 7pm. This month’s topic will focus on “Destination: Port Isabel” by Manuel Hinojosa.

Public is invited. Refreshments will be offered. Call 956/943-7602 for more information.

Museums Telling Our Stories ~ IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK 9/30 6pm

8 September 2010

“If These Walls Could Talk”

The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation are proud to present the final “Telling Our Stories” for the year on Thursday, September 30, at the Treasures of the Gulf Museum, 317 E. Railroad Ave. at 6:00 p.m. Calvin Byrd, former Mayor and owner of the “Quik Stop Seafood Market”, a bait shop and fishing supplies store and Manuel Hinojosa, co-owner of Doubleday’s Sports Bar & Restaurant, architect, artist, and avid historian/collector present “If these walls could talk”, the evolution of the Museums of Port Isabel. Mr. Byrd and Mr. Hinojosa will talk about the evolution of the museums and the countless contributors that helped with the acquisition of the Treasures of the Gulf Museum, the Champion building and the Lighthouse. This is a story that has yet to have been told.

A former Mayor of Port Isabel, Calvin Byrd has contributed with the development of the Museums of Port Isabel. Mr. Byrd has also participated with the Rio Grande Empowerment Zone Corporation as a Board Member and serves as a Chamber of Commerce board member.

Mr. Manuel Hinojosa, respected architect and accomplished artist has contributed to the Museums of Port Isabel, donating an extensive collection of U.S. Mexican War artifacts and Civil War artifacts. Mr. Hinojosa is also a Chamber of Commerce board member and has also participated with the City of Port Isabel in creating the design concepts of the new state of the art Event Center, which will grace the City of Port Isabel in the near future.

We welcome all locals and visitors to attend this free presentation. Drinks and refreshments will be served.

September’s “Telling Our Stories” is sponsored by SOUTHWIND INN; ‘Clean, comfortable, and affordable rooms that are so close to the fun!’ and QUIK STOP SEAFOOD MARKET; ‘Your one stop fishing headquarters’.

The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation’s goals are to educate and preserve our local history. With the help from supporters and the public, we can continue to preserve our past for future generations.

For more information contact Gabriel Godines at (956) 943-7602 or visit www.portisabelmuseums.com.