On Sunday, May 3, you can enjoy the free family-friendly Sunday-Funday event at Austin’s Neill-Cochran House Museum. Pop into one of Austin’s most historic homes from 1 – 4 p.m. for tours and hands-on activities for kids. This week you’ll make Ojos de Dios and Paper Plate Sombreros in celebration of of Cinco de Mayo.
The Neill-Cochran House Museum is considered to be one of Austin’s three most important historic residences. Built in 1855 as a suburban estate, this impressive Greek Revival house has survived war, neglect, and the immense growth of the University of Texas area and the capital city.
This week, you can make paper plate sombreros and ojos de dios, a tradition not only of Mexico but of indigenous peoples across North and South America.
Please take note that this is the last Sunday Funday of the until Fall 2015.