West Texas Trails Association is a non-profit association serving as a forum for the recognition, discussion, and study of the diverse historical trails which cross West Texas and connect to the surrounding areas.
The WTTA encourages individuals, groups, and organizations to share their research, knowledge, and scholarship with each other to increase the understanding of the historic trails of western Texas, and report the effects those trails on the economy, societies, and settlement of West Texas and the surrounding areas.
West Texas Trails Association encompasses the geographical areas of Texas west of Interstate Highway 35E and other adjacent areas of Texas and the Southwestern United States which share the diverse trails system into or out of the West Texas area.
Annual membership is $30 per person, which includes a copy of the West Texas Trails publication for the current year.
Friday, Oct. 19
Tour of historical sites
The Friday tour starts at 8:15 AM from the Hardeman County Museum and will include the Hardeman County Museum, Medicine Mound, Copper Breaks State Park, and local Texas Ranger grave sites. As time permits the tour will include several other sites in and around Quanah. The tour will end at the hotel around 5:30 PM. Transportation and lunch will be provided. Tour cost is $25 per person.
Friday, Oct. 19
At 6:30 PM a special reception will be held at the Three Rivers Building in Quanah at 218 S Main St., honoring this year's speakers and authors. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served at the reception. Everyone is invited to attend. The reception cost is $25 per person.
Saturday, Oct. 20
The Saturday conference with presentations on various historic trails will begin at the Three Rivers building in Quanah at 8:15 AM. Meeting registration is $20 per person. Lunch will be available at noon on your own. The meeting will resume at 1:30 PM and run until 5 PM. A number of displays and book signing authors will be at the meeting. Let us know if you need a display or vendor table.