All Day Events:
8 am - 4:30 pm Fort Griffin State Park & Griffin Flats (North of Albany, directions and info @ Fandangle Office)
10 am - 6 pm Experience Downtown! Shopping, Longhorns and much more
10 am - 8 pm Indulge your passion for art at the Old Jail Art Center
7 am - 10 am Western breakfast at the Icehouse
11 am - 1 pm Prairie Star BBQ Brigade lunch at the First National Bank Park
2 pm - 7:30 pm Come to the Flying A Car Museum in downtown Albany and see a variety of restored cars, trucks and other memorabilia.
1:30 - 3:30 pm Kid Corral, Build your own stick horse race, the race is at 2:30, water gun shootout, calf roping a boot race!
2 pm Lecture in the Stasney Center for Education at the Old Jail Art Center, Executive Director Patrick Kelly of the Old Jail Art Center and retired Professor Larry Bell will speak to the history and art that defined the WWI era. Bell will speak specifically of the entrance of the United States into the conflict and Kelly will follow with a presentation on the War's impact upon the work of various European artists. This event is free and open to the public. Light Refreshments Provided.
3 pm Aztec Theater: Film-Making a Difference Robert Nail & the Fandangle
3 pm - 7 pm Quilt Show at the Whitney Theater, located across from the Shackelford County Courthouse
4 pm - 5 pm Tracker Organ Concert at Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church, performed by Sandy Abel
5 pm - 5:45 pm Fort Griffin Fandangle Parade, in downtown Albany
5 pm - 8 pm Food trucks and food vendors located at the First National Bank Park
4 pm - 8 pm Prairie Star Chuck Wagon BBQ at Prairie Star Cook Shack (122 Ellison St.)
7 pm Gates open at the Fort Griffin Fandangle's Prairie Theater (Prairie Theater: 1490 FM 1084, Albany, TX 76430)
7:30 pm Calliope Concert at the Fort Griffin Fandangle's Prairie Theater, performed by Luann George.
8 pm - 10 pm Fort Griffin Fandangle