From the Blogs
Fall Migration Has Begun!
Despite the fact it still feels like summer is here, the birds know it’s fall and migration has already begun! It’s a great time to go birding, as both the variety of species and numbers of birds are increasing on a daily basis.Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: October 2019 - The Joseph Seinsheimer House
During the month of October, Rosenberg Library will exhibit two 19th century street markers salvaged during the 1960 demolition of the Joseph Seinsheimer residence. Located at 25th Street and Avenue K, the home was one of the first brick residences in Galveston.Set Sail: FAQs Around Cruising From Galveston
If you have never taken a Caribbean cruise from the Port of Galveston, it may be time for a grand Gulf adventure. Here are a few logistical tips to get you out on the water with peace of mind.6 Fall Events Not to Miss This October in Galveston
Fall brings beautiful weather and some of the BEST events the Island has to offer. Check out seven things you can do this October!It's Time to OPA! Galveston Island Greek Festival
The Island goes Greek for the 37th Annual Galveston Greek Festival, October 12 and 135 Fantastic Reasons You Need to Visit Galveston this Fall
Get on Island Time this Fall because of these wonderful reasons.10 (More) Things To Do on a Rainy Day in Galveston
Sometimes when you plan your trip to Galveston ahead of time, you might end up dealing with a little bit of rain on your visit – don’t worry! A little rain never hurts in Galveston because this island getaway is more than just a beach.Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: September 2019 - John Egert & Son
During the month of September, Rosenberg Library will exhibit an early 20th century hammer and other items related to the John Egert & Son Company. Building History: Galveston's iconic structures bring the past to life
Take a dive into the architectural gems that bring Galveston's storied past alive to this day10th Annual Galveston Island Shrimp Festival Returns September 27th
Galveston Island is a seafood lover’s paradise all year round, but this September Yaga’s Entertainment, Inc. will bring foodies a little taste of heaven at the Galveston Island Shrimp Festival to be held September 27-28.