Friday
Nov142014

 

The Bevil's Rangers, a favorite attraction, will be returning to Milam Settlers Day

to provide demonstrations of early Texas clothing, blacksmithing, pottery

making, basket weaving, and cooking. These re-enactments will be on both

Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22.

Friday
Nov142014

PICK'RS RETURN TO MILAM SETTLERS DAY NOV. 22nd.

 

The Pineywoods Pick’rs, a group of dulcimer-enthusiasts, was formed in 2009. While the dulcimer is the major instrument of the group, other instruments used in their performances include: the guitar, bass, autoharp, harmonica, recorder, and picking-stick. The Pick’rs perform old-time Appalachian folk music which originated many years ago in Scotland and England. This ensemble of mostly retirees plays at local venues, including area festivals.

Thursday
Nov132014

CONCERT BY SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY COWBOY CHURCH BAND

Thursday
Nov132014

THE McGRAWS

Visitors to Milam Settlers Day have enjoyed the music

of Terry McGraw and his grandchildren throughout the

years.  The family will be back to perform on Saturday,

November 22 during the 22nd. annual festival. 

 

Tuesday
Nov112014

FAMILIAR FACES AT MILAM SETTLERS DAY

 

Taking the stage at Milam Settlers Day Weekend will be some

familiar faces from previous years.  Roger Gay will serve as

emcee on Saturday as he has so willingly done the past two

years.  Weldon McDaniel is always a favorite because of his

knowledge of Milam's history.  He will be offering up facts and

tales pertaining to Milam as the Gateway to Texas.

And, kicking off the day on Saturday, Ronnie Greer and Lisa

McDaniel will draw the crowd together with their rendition of

our national anthem.  Much more entertainment on the stage

and within the grounds will attract visitors to the 22nd. annual

festival on November 21-22.