Purpose: The purpose of the Lampasas County Historical Commission (LCHC) is to preserve, protect and promote history within the county and to support, when possible, the programs of the Texas Historical Commission.
Membership: Any adult resident of Lampasas County is eligible. A favorable vote by two-thirds of members present and approval of the Commissioners Court is required.
Meetings: Regular meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month, excluding July and December, at 3:30 PM in the Commissioners' Courtroom at the courthouse.
Current Projects: The LCHC offers tours of the county courthouse by appointment. Special awards and historical markers are promoted. The publication of a second county history book is being compiled to be sent to the publisher.
Lampasas County Courthouse 512-556-8271
Lampasas County Historical Commission
Lampasas, Texas 76550
BOOKS ARE HERE!!!
Please review the following information in regards to the distribution of the
Volume II, Lampasas County, Texas, Its History and Its People will be distributed:
October 14 1-5 pm LCHEC (Lampasas County Higher Education Center (LCHEC) 208 East Avenue B, south of football field)
October 16 5–7 pm Lometa Garden Club
October 21 2-4 pm Kempner First Baptist Church
October 21 5-7 pm Adamsville Baptist Church
October 23 5-7 pm LCHEC (Lampasas County Higher Education Center (LCHEC) 208 East Avenue B, south of football field)
Bring your receipt
Purchase Books Volume II $75, Volume I $85
Make checks payable to LCHC
If you have any further questions please contact
Mrs. Lenora Isenhour at: 254-681-3459
In observation of Archaeology Month, the Lampasas County Historical Commission invites the public to hear Mr. Bill West, historian and author, on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the District Courtroom of the Lampasas County Courthouse.
-Event Press Release