We have been adding to the online library of presentation videos and currently have 12 interesting videos available on our Presentation Video page. More recently, we have made audio streaming available for each of the presentations for times when you only want to hear the presentation. On computers, the audio file can be downloaded (usually by right clicking) and added to your music library, as well (e.g. iTunes), and then synced to your smartphone or tablet if you want to listen to them without streaming them online. Some (non-Apple) portable devices may be able to download the audio files directly.

We will continue to add content as it becomes available.

Whatever Happened to Rocky Point

A video of the presentation titled “Whatever Happened to Rocky Point”, about the history of the rocky point for which Rockport was named and the Rockport waterfront is now available for viewing. Please click on this link: Whatever Happened to Rocky Point

This presentation was delivered by Jerry Brundrett and John Jackson on February 26, 2019 at the Aransas County Historical Society Annual Meeting, held at the Aransas County Women’s Club.

Weekly Workshop Meeting Now At Estelle Stair Gallery

The weekly ACHS workshop meeting held on Wednesdays at 2:00 is now being held at Estelle Stair Gallery. Entry is from the back of the building (front door will be locked). Extra parking is available on Main Street. Hope to see you there!

DQ Wednesday 11/7/18

Aransas County Historical Society will have a workshop at the Rockport Dairy Queen from 2:00 to 3:30 PM. We will be preparing the newsletter for mailing. All are welcome to come by and join in. Engage in interesting discussions and find out what is going on around the Historical Society.

ACHS Open Meeting at Dairy Queen

On Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 2:00 PM Aransas County Historical Society will have an open meeting at Dairy Queen, Rockport. The first one in a year! Come by, check in, chat and find out what’s been happening around ACHS.

Harvey Recovery

The Aransas County Historical Society, like most of its members, was impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Perhaps the most significant impact to the Society was the loss of the space that had been home to the ACHS Lab. The result of this is that we are not currently able to provide access for the public to our collections. We are currently seeking a new space that will allow reopening the Lab to the public. Please check this space periodically for updates.