Granbury Founders Day Dedication

HGMA to Honor Legacy Founders of Granbury

The Founders Day Jubilee, sponsored by the Historic Granbury Merchants Association on Saturday, March 19th will honor one of Granbury’s Legacy Founders, David G. and Sudie Nutt and family descendants. The Dedication will be held at the Bridge Street Main Stage at 1 PM with several of the Nutt descendants attending. Mayor of Granbury, Mr. Jim Jarrett will present and read a Proclamation to honor their historic contribution to our Community. The Nutts donated the land that we know today as the Historic Town Square.

Along with the Dedication, Ms. Melinda Ray, historian and author of Limestone Legends of Hood County, will present a short biography of this Founder and their descendants. Afterward, the audience will be treated to “A Visit with the Nutt Brothers” by Ralph and Maurice Walton, recently performed at the Granbury Sesquicentennial and will be repeated later that day at the Langdon Center, and once more on Sunday afternoon there.
The Founders’ Day Jubilee, an annual Bean and BBQ Cook Off, opens Friday at 4pm for Vendors, with the Cook Off opening at 10 am Saturday and Sunday. The Cook Off winners will be announced at 4 PM Sunday at the Langdon Center Stage. Trophies and prize money awards will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, and the public will also vote for Peoples’ Choice Beans. There will be over 50 street merchants and food product offerings over the 3 day event , March 18th through 20th, will be held on the Granbury Square, at Langdon Center, and Granbury Square Plaza. It’s a fun family friendly event.