Look at all the fun things happening at Spindletop/Gladys City!



60 Second Challenges

Wednesday, March 14


What can you do in 60 seconds?  Come test you skill with our challenges.  Gusher will blow at 12:00.  Regular admission applies.

Magnolia Brass Band Festival

Saturday, March 24, 2:30

Bring your lawn chairs and picnic baskets and join the Lamar University Bands for an outdoor afternoon band festival commemorating the "March King" John Phillip Sousa's four Beaumont visits in 1906, 1919, 1924, and 1928. This concert will celebrate the music of the Magnolia Band, a local Beaumont band conducted by Harry Cloud and his Magnolia Refinery bandsmen (now a part of ExxonMobil) as conducted by Sousa in January 1924. At that time, Lamar University was beginning its second semester and the Magnolia Band was nationally famous for playing the inaugural broadcast of KFDM ("For Dependable Magnoline") on Beaumont's first radio station. The afternoon festival will feature Lamar University's bands and the Community Band of Southeast Texas playing music from America's "Golden Age," when Beaumont was a booming oil town, in the historical reproduction setting of the Spindeltop Museum. Free admission.

Discover Engineering

Saturday, April 7


Discover Engineering is a free community event for young students and families. You will be introduced to engineering concepts through various hands-on activities in a science fair atmosphere. Meet current engineering students and engineers to learn about the different engineering fields. Our goal is to inspire young students to pursue engineering and STEM careers in the future.  Register here.

Gladys City Live

Saturday, April 21


Come meet the citizens of Gladys City!  Participate in the life of the turn of the century boomtown.  For a small donation receive 1901 money to spend in the town.  Gusher at 12:00.  Free admission.

Gladys City Games

Saturday, June 9

More information coming soon!

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