The Old West Rides Again!

Join BAHPS for the Spring Fling for a History of the Early Texas Rangers Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm St. John Lutheran Church, Family Life Center Boerne, TX 78006 Speaker—Doug Dukes Museum Laureate Refreshments/Door Prizes In his 28-year career with the Austin, Texas, Police Department, Lieutenant Doug Dukes has worked with the Texas Rangers … Continue reading The Old West Rides Again!

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Looking Back 100 Years to Lost Sweethearts

In honor of the 100 years passing since the death of Anton Wilhelm Christian or William Kuhlmann, the Boerne Area Historical Society will open the doors of the Kuhlmann-King House and Kitchen on Historic Hill in Boerne, TX, for a look inside the life of early pioneers in Texas on February 10, 2018 from 12 … Continue reading Looking Back 100 Years to Lost Sweethearts

Students Time Travel to the Past

One event which BAHPS enjoys each year is the tour of the Historical Complex on the hill with the students of Grade 3 from our local schools. This past December, we received not only the 84 students we had previously booked from Curington Elementary School, but also more students from Kendall Elementary School. We conducted … Continue reading Students Time Travel to the Past

Board’s Message

By vote of a quorum of the board on July 19, 2017, Peggy Cuny was installed as the new president. All other officers and directors from 2016 will continue graciously to serve. President                  Peggy Cuny Vice-President         Barbara Phillip Treasurer                 Louise Davis Secretary                 Nancy Sultenfuss Directors At Large   Esther Harllee, Delores Holman, … Continue reading Board’s Message

Community Changes

The Boerne Historical Landmark Commission approved the renovation and addition to the historic Richter Family garage at 153 S. Main.  The addition will be a two-story structure on the back of the existing building including a replica of the Richter Garage water tower.  The interior remodel includes tin ceilings and open rafters reminiscent of nineteenth … Continue reading Community Changes