Sunday Speaker Series Garden Tour   


The Museum of South Texas History will host the Sunday Speaker Series presentation, “Preserving Culture with Native Plants,” featuring Manuel Sabino, grounds and landscaping manager, at 2 p.m. on April 3. 
The Museum of South Texas History will host the Sunday Speaker Series presentation, “Preserving Culture with Native Plants,” featuring Manuel Sabino, grounds and landscaping manager, at 2 p.m. on April 3. Courtesy Image
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EDINBURG, Texas — The Museum of South Texas History will host the Sunday Speaker Series presentation, “Preserving Culture with Native Plants,” featuring Manuel Sabino, grounds and landscaping manager, at 2 p.m. on April 3. 

The presentation and tour will highlight native plants in Will Looney Legacy Park and throughout the museum grounds. Guests will see plants firsthand and learn their names, regional history and common herbal and medicinal uses. 

Guests are encouraged to use sun protection and comfortable footwear for the garden tour. A slide show presentation will be hosted in the Courtyard Gallery in case of inclement weather. 

Sabino previously worked at the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands and World Birding Center, a plant nursery and various ranches in the United States and Mexico. He has been employed at MOSTHistory since 2011. 

Sunday Speaker Series programming is included in the fee for regular museum admission. FRIENDS of MOSTHistory are admitted free as a benefit of FRIENDship. 

This program is made possible with generous support from the Carmen C. Guerra Endowment. Mrs. Guerra was deeply committed to supporting educational opportunities in the Rio Grande Valley. This named endowment was created at the museum by her family to honor her memory and to continue her commitment to providing opportunities for education to the community. 



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