Texarkana’s Sesquicentennial Year Is 2023, TXK150 The Planning Is On
Some Texans might remember our States sesquicentennial celebration, it happened back in 1986. Houston threw a big-ole-party at the San Jacinto Battleground under the monument, Willie Nelson played there, Louise Mandrell, Asleep At The Wheel and more. I was there too, live broadcasting from the event at the first radio station I ever worked for. Guess what Texarkana? Your turn is in 2023, and plans are being made.
The Texarkana Sesquicentennial Committee, known as TXK150, has been working on this project for a while now to make sure Texarkana's cities and businesses have an opportunity to coordinate celebrations over the 150th anniversary of the sale of the first city lots in Texarkana, USA.
By The Way:
It's pronounced... ses-qua-cen-ten-ee-ul.
TXK150 plans to release a calendar of events on Thursday, December 8, 2022, highlighting events throughout 2023.
TXK150 will be organizing and hosting many of these events themselves but area businesses and organizations who wish to get involved can do so. If you have a business or organization that would like to participate, simply fill out an online form to have your TXK150-themed event added to the calendar. Events must be family-friendly for approval to be included on the calendar. The deadline for submissions Friday, December 2, 2022.
Click the link to get started: TXK150 Business Organization Event Application
Sponsorship is another way for businesses and organizations to be a part of the celebration. The TXK150 committee is looking for interested sponsors which will be included on all printed and digital advertising based on their sponsorship commitment level.
For more information, please contact: