Join archivists from around North Texas at the 5th annual DFW Archives Bazaar on Sunday, November 6 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Heritage Room inside the Fort Worth Stockyards, 140 East Exchange Ave.
Fort Worth TX 76164.
The Bazaar is free and open to everyone, featuring over thirty Texas libraries, archives, and other cultural institutions offering fun and interactive ways to learn more about the historical resources and services available in North Texas. From photographs, documents, films, maps, and more, learn about the amazing archival collections all over Dallas-Fort Worth just waiting for you to enjoy!
Everything is bigger in Texas and the activities that guests will experience are no exception. Not only can you experience the complexity and diversity of Texas history, but at the demo booths and interactive exhibits guests can learn how to be a part of that history by preserving their family treasures, interviewing family members about their own history, digitizing family memories, and much more.
Visit the "Ask an Archivist" Station to talk with professional archivists available to answer your questions! Have a future archivist in the family? Students can learn about archival career options and get advice on schools, programs, and internships at the career booth. In addition to the exhibitors and demos, there will be a door prizes, trivia, and more.
The mission of the DFW Archives Bazaar is to build relationships between archivists and the community, provide networking opportunities, and promote archival repositories and activities in the DFW area.
Would you like to volunteer?
If you would like to participate in the DFW Archives Bazaar, send us an email with your contact information and how you might like to be involved.