Community Calendar


October 6th, 6:00 PM - October 6th, 7:30 PM

An Evening in the Cemetery at Oak Hill

The Goliad County Library and the Goliad Center for Texas History invite you to join us for an evening tour in Oak Hill Cemetery, as we get to know some of the residents of Oak Hill.

Tour begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Oak Hill Cemetery 123 W. Oak Street, Goliad, Texas.  As always this event is free and open to the public.  

You will be walking on uneven ground, please wear comfortable shoes and bring a portable chair if you are unable to stand for an hour or more.

Oak Hill Cemetery
123 W. Oak Street
Goliad, TX 77963

Contact: J.A. White Family Goliad Center for Texas History, (361)645-2291


October 7 - October 8

Ag-Med will be celebrating 25 years in business! Please join us for giveaways, food and drawings!


October 8th, 4:00 PM - October 8th, 10:00 PM

Goliad HS All Class Reunion

The Goliad High School All Class Reunion will be on Saturday October 8th. Join us in Goliad on Friday night, October 7th for Homecoming and Saturday October 8th for Market Days (held downtown Goliad).

Tickets are $10 and available on EventBrite

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Oct 8, 2022

The Remember Goliad Paddling Race takes place on the Goliad Paddling Trail and the finish line is in the historic community of Goliad, which is the 3rd oldest Spanish municipality in Texas and home to Mission Espiritu Santo and Presidio La Bahía. This is the longest of the paddling races (16 MILES) in the San Antonio River Basin Race Series and the distance as well as the rural setting of the river will provide both a challenging and enjoyable experience for all the participants. REGISTER AT EventBrite
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Missions Tour de Goliad

October 15

Save the date for the 31st Annual Missions Tour de Goliad - Saturday October 15, 2022.


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32nd Annual Scare on the Square

October 29th, 6:00 PM - October 29th, 10:00 PM

32nd Annual Scare on the Square hosted by Main Street Goliad

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November 5, 9:00 AM - 3 PM

Mother Cluckers Flea Market 2031 Kohl Road Victoria, TX 77905 (in Goliad County)




December 3, 2022

Join us on the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October and December in 2022

Join us on the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October and December as we bring the exciting history of Texas to life! We'll be set up on the grounds of the Presidio with displays of period clothing, weapons and accoutrements, and will be ready to answer your questions!

Presidio La Bahia - Goliad, Texas
217 LOOP 71, Goliad, Texas 77963


Canoe Trail Goliad Flotilla

Nov 5, 2022

Fall Floatilla 2022

The Goliad Canoe Trail presents their annual Fall Floatilla on Saturday November 5, 2022.

More details coming soon - visit their website and Facebook pages for more information.


Christmas Rendezvous and Trade Fair

December 3rd, 10:00 AM - December 3rd, 5:00 PM

Unique shopping and Christmas gifts available at Presidio la Bahia Christmas Rendezvous and Trade Fair!

Since time immemorial people have gathered together to trade ideas, news and the labor of their hands. Modern times have changed very little and once again, people will gather together at Presidio La Bahia to trade the crafts and wares they have made and collected in a 21st century adaptation of the ancient trade fair!
Take the day and visit Presidio La Bahia and browse the trade blankets and sutlers tents for unique Christmas gifts for that special person on your list!

Dress for the weather as this event takes place out of doors. Admission is $5 for adults, $4.50 for seniors, $2 for children 6-11, under 6 are free. All events subject to change. Please monitor our Facebook page for more up to date information or call 361 645-3752.
WHEN                     December 3rd, 2022
TIMES                     10:00AM-5:00PM

Presidio La Bahia - Goliad, Texas
217 LOOP 71, Goliad


Christmas in Goliad

Dec 3, 2022 - Dec 4, 2022

Christmas in Goliad is organized by the Goliad Historical Commission and is held annually on the 1st Saturday in December. It kicks off on Friday night with vendors selling hand-crated items, food vendors and a lighted parade. The celebration continues on Saturday with live music, fun and activities and Santa arrives at high noon on his "rein-steer".

The Christmas in Goliad event was created as a fundraiser for the Goliad County Historical Commission in 1983. The two day celebration occurs every year on the first Friday and Saturday of December. Attractions include arts and craft booths, food vendors, music and a lighted parade on Friday evening. Saturday’s events include vendor booths, food and entertainment. Highlights include Miss Ruby’s Corral, where authors sign and sell their books and Santa’s arrival on a longhorn steer.


Markethouse Museum
205 S Market St
Goliad, TX 77963
(361) 645-8767


Goliad Massacre & Living History Program

Mar 25, 2023 - Mar 26, 2023

Goliad Massacre and Living History Program

Join Presidio La Bahia, Goliad State Park and Crossroads of Texas Living History Association for the 36th Annual Goliad Massacre and Living History Program and Candlelight Tour. Take a stroll through the camps of both the Mexican and Texian armies and visit with reenactors as they go about their daily activities all inside the old stone walls of the Presidio. Grab a front row seat for one of the battle reenactments that take place in front of Presidio La Bahia on Texas Parks and Wildlife property. Stay over and immerse yourself in the turbulent times surrounding Fannin and his men with the candlelight tours Saturday evening. And finally, be sure to come back out Sunday to witness a recreation of the final days of Fannin’s men followed by a memorial at the Fannin Monument.

Dress for the weather as this event takes place out of doors. Admission is $5, under 6 are free. All events subject to change. Please monitor our Facebook page for updates or call 361 645-3752 for more information.

Follow the Event on Facebook or check Presidio la Bahia Website for more info.

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