The Weslaco Museum
The Weslaco Museum at 500 S. Texas will celebrate the holidays with a luncheon and fashion show on December 10, beginning at 11:30 a.m. The luncheon is a fund-raising event organized by the Museum Guild and Volunteers.
Enjoy the three course meal, including dessert and beverage and see the latest fashions from Lionel’s Western Wear. Lionel’s Western Wear at 332 S. Texas was established 55 years ago in 1959 by Lionel Oliveira, Sr. For 30 years since 1984, Sandy Oliveira Pena has been in charge of the store, a complete Western Wear Store for men, women and children, plus a beautiful ladies’ boutique and unique gift.
In addition to the luncheon and fashion show, attendees will enjoy several games of “Loteria” or “Chalupa,” the Mexican version of Bingo. Several games will be played with prizes awarded. A silent auction will be part of the luncheon festivities.
Space is limited. Tickets for the Fashion Show and Luncheon are a $20.00 donation, and may be purchased at the Museum at 500 S. Texas Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-4 p.m. No tickets will be sold at the door.
A tour of the Museum’s historical exhibits will be optional following the program.
"Our mission is to preserve the unique history and culture of Weslaco to educate and instill a sense of pride in our hometown."
Seniors 55+: $3.00
Children under 5: Free
Come visit the Weslaco Museum and discover the many
Wonders of Weslaco!
500 S. Texas Blvd.
Weslaco, TEXAS 78596
Welcome to the Weslaco Museum Website!
10 am- 4pm
Admission is free 1st Saturday of each month!
Come visit the Weslaco Museum, where the sights and sounds of the past come alive. Visit our historical exhibits and take a look into our area's history including the earliest Native American cultures, the arrival of the Spanish, the Tejano culture, Revolutions and Wars, the founding of our city, and the local culture that makes Weslaco one of a kind. Be sure to check out our rotating monthly exhibits which local showcase art and history.
Make sure to call ahead and schedule your very own guided tour or your school's field trip.