“A Night at the Museum” Supporting Texas Brigades

By September 18, 2018
March 1, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Witte Museum
3801 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78209

MARCH 1ST, 2019

Join Texas Brigades for our Annual Fundraiser to celebrate another year of developing young conservation leaders!

The hacienda-style night will include a live auction, silent auction, raffles, open bar, and dinner. Country cocktail attire recommended.


  1. 10 Day Safari in Namibia – One hunter and one observer. Trophy fees for 4 plains game species included (kudu, gemsbok, hartebeest, springbok). Airfare included and provided by Gracy Travel International. Trip must be taken in August 2019. All lodging, meals, and guiding provided by Robin Hurt Safaris – an extremely special opportunity!
  2. SAAM/Hunt Package at FTW Ranch – 5 nights/4 days for two participants to complete the famous SAAM Precision or SAAM Safari hunter training course, PLUS $2,000 trophy fee credit for each hunter!
  3. 20 gauge Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon with Engraving by Jose Valencia – A beautiful, one-of-a-kind gun with custom engraving done by Jose Valencia.
  4. Palo Duro Canyon Excursion – 2 night stay for up to 4 people at the “Grandest of Canyons” in Texas. Lodging in the historic CCC rim cabins, guided jeep and horseback tour of Palo Duro Canyon.

Proxy bids will be taken for Live Auction items until 12:00pm, March 1st. Email info@texasbrigades.org with your bid!


Check back soon for updates!


Ticket prices will increase at the door, so make sure to get your tickets today!

We have special discounted Volunteer Tickets available! Please email info@texasbrigades.org to claim the code and instructions.

If you are interested in purchasing a ticket or a table, or making a donation, but would like to avoid EventBrite fees, please email info@texasbrigades.org for additional instructions.

Those purchasing tickets before February 15th will receive physical tickets. Tickets will need to be presented at registration.



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