On August 12, 1838, just 16 weeks after the Texas Revolution, Rangers founded Seguin, and it would grow to be one of the oldest towns in the Lone Star State. Throughout the years, Seguin has been famous for our rich land. Seguin is also one of the state’s first Main Street cities, and our Downtown District is on the National Register of Historic Places. We’ve preserved our great town’s qualities for nearly 200 years. Arriving just next month, is Seguin’s 178th birthday!
Don’t miss out on all the fun stuff that’s going to be happening on our town’s special day. Sponsored by the Seguin Conservation Society, meet up at the Starcke Golf Course by 8:00 am for a tournament. Entry fee is $75 and covers cart rental, range balls, and green fee. The fee will also cover a BBQ dinner served from 5:30-7:30pm. Also, at 7pm is the Annual Conservation Society General Membership Meeting – new Board Members will be getting elected at this time. Afterwards, the winners of the homemade ice cream contest will be announced (bring your own recipe by 5:00 pm for judging). For any questions about the Seguin Birthday Party call Frank Starcke (currently on the Board of Directors of the Conservation Society) at 830-379-4622.