Every week a ranger guides a walk to find and identify birds, plants, sights and sounds at Fort Davis State Park. This walk is for the amateur and experienced birder, as well as any visitor, young or old who wants to learn about wildlife, the park and it’s bird life. Bring water, binoculars and field guide.
The Theatre of the Big Bend presents an outdoor production of the acclaimed musical with book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt. Performances Friday-Sunday at the Kokernot Outdoor Theatre.
A celebration of music and Texas. Viva Big Bend’s fifth year will showcase more than 50 bands at venues in Alpine, Marfa, Fort Davis and Marathon. VBB also hosts family friendly activities.
Have you found yourself wondering what bird just zipped overhead? One of the local experts at the Davis Mountain State Park will show you the common and rare birds that you might encounter while visiting the Davis Mountains! In the Interpretive Center at the park. Kids welcome!
Alpine’s July 4th festivities include the annual parade, fireworks display, a car show, live music and community celebration.
Lots of Food, Crafts, Clothing, Music and more. Bring your lawn chairs and join the fiesta! Activities based around El Gran Mercado on Murphy Street in Alpine and begin at 11am.
A Davis Mt. State Park Ranger guides a walk to find and identify birds, plants, sights and sounds at one of the most beautiful places in the Big Bend Region! This walk is for the amateur and experienced birder, as well as any visitor, young or old who wants to learn about wildlife, the park, and its bird life. Bring water, binoculars, and field guide.
Alpine’s tradition of small-town professional baseball began in the 1940s and continues today at beautiful, historic Kokernot Field, the “best little ballpark in Texas”. The o6 Alpine Cowboys compete in the Pecos League against teams from New Mexico and Colorado.