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The Stone Fort Museum

6 – 9 p.m. Saturday, November 10
Deal Me In: Night at the Stone Fort Saloon

The Stone Fort Museum will open on Saturday, November 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. as the Stone Fort Saloon with card games, bar room food, music and prizes.

Go all-in on a hand of Texas Hold’em Poker then mosey on over to the bar for some sausage and root beer while you enjoy live music. Early in the evening enjoy music by The SFA Young Violinists followed by local band, El Camino Real de Nacogdoches.

Leave your six-shooter at home because we’ll have a shooting gallery with rubber band pistols where you might top the Tote Board for extra swag. Test your skills at a game of horseshoes, play Go Fish at the kid’s table or document your trip to the past at the photo booth. Trade your earnings in for great prizes or bank on winning a door prize like a Stone Fort bar towel or shot glass.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (936) 468-2408 or email stonefort@sfasu.edu.


 

Temporary Exhibit: March 2018 - May 2019
Pocket, Purse and Pack: Digging into Everyday Carry

Think about the things you have in your pocket or purse today. Are they necessities? Do you always carry the same tools or toys? Everyday carry varies from one individual to the next and from one generation to the next. How does your everyday carry differ from your grandmother’s or grandfather’s EDC?

Everyday carry reflects the prevailing technologies and social norms. It’s no longer a common sight for a woman to carry an umbrella on a sunny day but it’s also common and acceptable for a woman to sport a tan. In Pocket, Purse and Pack, we dig into the pockets of early East Texans. Join us!


 

The campus of Stephen F. Austin State University is home to a fort, and not just any fort. A fort that was a trading post, private home, church, jail, and saloon - but never a fort. A fort that was built three times, and a fort that was torn down by men to be re-erected by women. Read more about the history of the Stone Fort.

Admissions & Hours

Admission for individuals is free of charge. Educational programs are by reservation only. Call 936-468-2408 for group rates and more information.
Open Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Closed Mondays and University Holidays.

Directions & Parking

From North Street, Business Highway 59, enter Stephen F. Austin State University at Griffith Boulevard. The museum will be on your left at the circle intersection of Griffith and Clarke Boulevards.

Visitors to the SFA campus are encouraged to obtain a Visitor Parking Pass from the Visitor Information Booth on Vista Drive. The pass allows visitors to park in any legal parking slot including faculty, staff, or student. Visitor parking spaces for museum patrons are available on Griffith Boulevard across from the museum. Parking spaces designated as visitor parking do not require a Visitor Parking Pass. Paid parking is available in the Student Center Parking Garage across from the museum on Alumni Drive.

Contact

Phone: 936-468-2408
Fax: 936-468-7084
email: stonefort@sfasu.edu

Stephen F. Austin State University
Stone Fort Museum
Post Office Box 6075
Nacogdoches, TX 75962

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