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The Heritage Society offers community programs

Are you interested in learning more about Houston’s past? The Heritage Society’s Outreach Committee offers entertaining, informative talks that focus on Texas history. Available to the public, these community outreach programs Include ten slide presentations for adults and two traveling trunk shows for children. Among the popular programs offered era: 170 Years of Houston History an examination of Houston’s past; Steeples and Stained Glass, a historical look at Houston’s churches; and Spanish Spoken Here, an exploration of Hispanic heritage in our city. Children will enjoy the Pioneer Trunk Show arid the Greet Gizmo’s Show, complete with costumed presenters and touchable reproductions.

Experienced speakers from The Heritage Society’s Outreach Committee offer fully narrated slide shows to groups, retirement communities, and schools interested in learning more about Houston’s history and the lifestyles of early Texans. Perfect for breakfast clubs, luncheons, and evening meetings, programs are available at your location for a fee of $25.00 to $38.00. Special arrangements to use Heritage Society facilities may be made for an additional fee. Most programs last about 45 minutes.

The Heritage Society was founded in 1954 to preserve the historic Kellum-Noble House from destruction. Since then, seven structures have been moved into Sam Houston Park, making The Heritage Society a unique historic house museum complex located in the heart of downtown Houston.
An accredited museum, The Heritage Society provides a wide range of educational and cultural programs designed to provoke an awareness of the importance of history.

To arrange for a program or for further information, please contact The Heritage Society a 713-655-1912 or visit www.heritagesociety.org.