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Two Trips In A Day: From Medieval Times to the Present

Course number : SENRT-9001   ID : 855   
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NEWMAN’S CASTLE: Medieval castles were built from the 11th century CE for rulers to demonstrate their wealth and power to the local populace, to provide a place of defense and safe retreat in the case of attack, defend strategically important sites like river crossings, passages through hills, mountains, and frontiers, and as a place of residence. Join us as we travel to Bellville, TX to tour the Newman's Castle. Owner, Mike Newman, loves to share his impressive custom-created fortress with the public. Spend the morning touring the castle as the past meets the present. BLUEBONNET FESTIVAL: Hosted by the Chappell Hill Historical Society, a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the community’s history and historic buildings. The town is located among some of the most scenic areas of Washington County. The festival includes tours of the historic community, live entertainment, and music, more than 250 juried exhibitors, and food. A special Wildflower Photo exhibit will be on display at the Chappell Hill Museum Exhibit Gallery.  Please wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and walking shoes suitable for uneven terrain. Lunch will be provided Newman’s Bakery, but you may want to bring bottled water and snacks for the day.

Class Details

1 Session(s)

COM City Centre

Traci Payne 

CEUs : 0.7



Registration Closes On
Sunday, April 9, 2023 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
4/15/2023 Sat 06:00 AM - 06:00 PM Texas City, COM City Centre  Map Traci Payne  ClassRoom (Face to Face)