San Benito Texas Museums
The museum in South Texas celebrates Freddie's career and even has a special exhibition about his life and career in the music industry. Learn more about the life, career and legacy of the Grammy Award-winning singer and guitarist, presented by the San Benito Texas Museum of Music and Arts in San Antonio, Texas.
The museum is part of the San Benito Cultural Arts Center in San Antonio, Texas and is the first museum south of Houston to honor African American history in Texas. The three museums are the Texas Museum of Music and Arts in Houston, the Houston Art Museum and the Austin Museum. African American history and culture and has a special exhibition on the life and career of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which is from their new exhibition "African American Heritage in the United States.
All the programmes are scheduled for the Auditorium of the San Benito Municipal House from Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 12 noon and Saturday and Sunday, 15 and 16 April from 12 to 16 pm.
On Saturday and Sunday, April 15 and 16, there will be the possibility to attend in person in the San Benito Town Hall. Growing up in La Palma, you can give time to the community by being involved in the local community, such as a teacher, volunteer at a local school or volunteer in a community service project.
In addition to several magnet schools, the South Texas Independent School District serves San Benito and many nearby communities. In addition, there are craft courses in the schools as well as at the local adult education centre. SanBenito has worked closely with the U.S. Department of Education and the State of Texas to provide scholarships to those who wish to recruit from the community. My fellow board members were accepted into the 86 Conjunto Pioneers and received several music scholarships.
Doctors and other professionals have been brought to the area and developed to gain access to health services such as the San Benito Medical Center and the SanBenito Health Center.
A small part of the industry in the city comes from Mexico, but it is based on transport and comes mostly from the Gulf of Mexico. San Benito is a working class town with about 24,600 inhabitants, who commute mostly. About 2,000 people come to Mexico from Texas per square mile (1,500 per kilometer). Brownsville South Padre International Airport is about 20 miles from SanBenito, McAllen Miller International Airport in McAllen is about 40 miles from San Benito, and there is an airport in El Paso, Texas, about 30 miles away.
San Benito welcomes hundreds of conjunto fans every year, as well as retirees who visit the Rio Grande Valley to escape the cold winters in the northern states. The dominant role is played by the Mexican National Football League (Liga MX) and the San Antonio Scorpions, who play their home games in the city's football stadium.
The sights in San Benito are rich in interesting information and exciting experiences. SanBenito is a must-visit destination for those who want to learn more about the history, culture and heritage of Texas.
Take a look back in time and learn more about Colonel Sam Robertson, who founded and named the city of San Benito in 1904. Jean-Marie "Joe" Callandret, a Louisiana native, came to SanBenito as a young man with his family during the American Civil War.
After learning of Benny's birth, Colonel Sam Robertson suggested Ismael and Francisca Montalvo call their new son San Benito, as Benny was given his name. After learning of Benny's birth, or "Penny's birth," Col. Sam Robertson suggests that they name our new sons after them. SanBenito And so they got their names. There is more information about the origin of the name "Benjamin" and the story behind it.
When the city was surveyed, the name was changed to "San Benito" in 1857 and then changed again when a new city was surveyed. When the city of San Benita, Texas, a town on the border between Texas and New Mexico, had its site surveyed, it also changed its name to SanBenito.
The night he was born, the city of San Benito was named after him for the first time: "San Benita" (the night of his birth). SanBenito is the second largest city in Texas and the third largest in the United States and houses the Texas Museum of Natural History in San Antonio, Texas. San Bento is one of the largest cities in New Mexico, with a population of about 2,000 people.
Wild Cat Bluff was the scene of a celebration when Commodore Basil Hatfield from Fort Worth stopped in San Benito on his way to the USA. So that the little wildcat is always present, it was also celebrated on the day of her retreat. You cannot drive past on Highway 69E between Harlingen and Brownsville, and this sign indicates that you can use a chair in front of the Texas Museum of Natural History in SanBenito.