Cattle Raisers Dinner and Dance
Saturday, April 1, 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at The Witte Museum *Ticket Required
Relax and enjoy the beautiful setting of the new Mays Family Center at the Witte Museum on Saturday, April 1. A great beef dinner, stupendous desserts and plentiful beverages will help you unwind and celebrate with family and friends after a full Saturday at the Cattle Raisers Convention.
Attendees will be able to enjoy the beautiful new addition to the Witte Museum. The Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center and George West Trail Drivers Gallery will both be open to tours, allowing guests to view the vast and remarkable collection of South Texas historical artifacts.
Entertainment will be provided by Jake Hooker and the Outsiders. Wear your western finery and enjoy the music and dancing.
Ladies, the varied ground conditions at the Witte Museum can be a challenge to high heels, so plan on wearing your best boots for dancing the night away.
- Bus pickup begins at 6:45 p.m. from official convention hotels.
- Buses will run continuously throughout the event.
- Paid parking available nearby for $5 cash
About the Mays Family Center, South Texas Heritage Center and Witte Museum
The Mays Family Center features a majestic 10,000-square-foot space, which unites the historic views of Broadway Street with the ancient panorama of the San Antonio River. The adjoining Zachry Family Acequia Gardens is the most historic spot on the Witte campus and dates to 1719. The Acequia Madre, or Alamo Acequia and Diversion Dam, were built by Mission Indians during the Spanish Colonial period. They carried water through diversion ditches to the acequia, traveling the same route as Broadway to the Presidio, to irrigate crops near the San Antonio missions.