7 Fall Events Not to Miss This October
Fall brings beautiful weather and some of the BEST events the Island has to offer. Check out seven things you can do this October!Galveston Photography, 1860-1890
Rosenberg Library announced its newest exhibit: Galveston Photography, 1860-1890. The exhibit will include the earliest known photographs of downtown Galveston which were taken by Sache & Potter Studio in 1861, just before the Civil War.Get a Cost Break by Staying Mid-Week
Grab that suntan lotion and put on that sexy swimsuit! Beach season has arrived and Galveston is rolling out the red carpet – eh, make that sand and sea – for the thousands of beachgoers headed to the island.Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: September 2018 - Vintage Pepper Mill from the Balinese Room
During the month of September, Rosenberg Library will exhibit a pepper mill from the legendary Galveston nightclub, the Balinese Room. This ca. 1950 souvenir was recently donated to the library by Louise Hagood.A Galveston MIRACLE
Miracle, the beloved Christmas-themed pop-up bar launched in 2014 in New York City, will continue spreading holiday cheer around the globe in 2018 - including a stop in Galveston.The Cruise Lady: A Quantum Leap?
Yep! If negotiations go as planned between the Port of Galveston and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, in the not-too-distant future you could be sailing a Quantum Class ship right from the Island - and that would be awesome! 5 Fantastic Reasons You Need to Visit Galveston this Fall
Get on Island Time this Fall because of these wonderful reasons.Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: August 2018 - 1850 Galveston Bay Survey Post
During the month of August, Rosenberg Library will exhibit a cedar post used in the first U.S. Coastal Survey of Galveston Bay in 1850. This artifact was found at Flanders Station and was donated to the library by S.M. Wilcox in 1925. Artifacts. Stories.: Battle of Galveston Part 3 - The Watchmen - E5
We join Kathleen Maca, author of 'Galveston's Broadway Cemeteries', on the roof of the Hendley Building where the JOLO Guard stood watch during the Civil War. Rosenberg Library's Museum Curator, Eleanor Barton, shows the JOLO Guard's log book.
Fishing Reports: Keeper Ling Within a Mile of the Jetties
Our bay/jetty trips produced excellent catches on shark, especially bonnethead sharks. We also found larger stingray and a keeper ling within a mile of the jetties this morning.