The Museum of the Big Bend is proud to present the 33rd Annual Trappings of Texas. Considered one of the best Western art and custom cowboy gear exhibits and sales in the country, Trappings brings up and coming artists alongside well established artists under one roof. Join us as we celebrate our combined Western heritage under the beautiful Alpine skies of the Big Bend!
The Chihuahuan Desert Gem & Mineral Club’s annual three day gem and mineral show featuring rough & finished stones, beads and tools. Free Admission.
The Big Bend Astronomy Club will host a Star Party at the Sierra La Rana Astronomy area on Friday night April 26 starting about a half hour before sunset. Be sure to check the Sierra La Rana facebook page for more information on how to attend and updates or contact email@example.com.
This is your chance to experience the remote southwest. If you are looking for a challenging and iconic race with breathtaking views coupled with rich history, then this is the race for you.
Carson McHone brings her rule-breaking roots music to the Museum of the Big Bend for a special free live music event March 7th from 6-8pm. McHone is a modern, alt-country storyteller with strong roots in honky-tonk and traditional country music.
From poets to musicians two days of true out west entertainment at Sul Ross State University in Alpine. And don’t miss the Cowboy Chuckwagon Breakfast Friday and Saturday morning from 7:30am to 8:30am behind KVLF radio on Loop Road.
Follow clues across Alpine to solve a mystery custom-written by novelist Elizabeth A Garcia (author of ten novels, including seven in the Deputy Ricos mystery series).
Four different workshops, each offering a different way to make a vibrant work of art from recycled materials.