The Museum & Archives offers programs related to Fayette County history and genealogical research throughout the year. Take a look at what’s scheduled and check back for more offerings.

Lafayette and Human Rights
Thursday, March 5, 6:30 p.m.

Lafayette’s first foray into human rights work was in the American Revolution, which he saw as a cause important to all mankind. He continued to promote “the Rights of Man and the Citizen” through his support for revolutions in Europe and South America and for causes designed to provide human rights to the oppressed, such as the abolition of slavery. Alan Hoffman will once again travel to La Grange from New Hampshire to share his research on the subject.

Genealogy Lock-In
October 17, 2020 all day

Join us for one or all of eight live-streamed genealogy programs organized by the Waco Public Library. This will be the fifth year for the Museum and Archives to host the event.