The annual School of the Victorian Lady will be held at Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St., from March 11 to March 13. This year’s theme will be “Home on the Range, Ranching Heritage Life Before and After the Indian Wars.”
The program is geared towards current and future living history volunteers, but is open to the public. Sessions will include coverage of food, clothing, social customs and the general life and times of women on the frontier.
Cost for all sessions is $25 per person and includes meals. Registration is available online at fortconcho.com or by contacting Sharon Baird at email@example.com or at 325-338-2149.
On March 12, a free public session will be held by author Julia Robb from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in Officers’ Quarters 2 on East Avenue D. Robb will speak about her recent books including “The Captive Boy,” a story about a white child who was captured by Comanche Indians and recovered by the United States Cavalry.