Doss Education & Programs

Upcoming Programs

Preschool Storytime

Every Tuesday @ 10:30am, FREE

June 2020

We will be reading:


High Five by Adam Rubin

Big Mean Mike by  Michelle Knudsen

My Dad is Amazing By Sabrina Moyle 

Because I’m Your Dad By Ahmet Zappa

Memiors of a Goldfish By Devin Scillian

Lady Liberty’s Holiday By Jennifer Dussling

Hands on History Homeschool Day

Check out Doss Digital for online content & updates!

The Second Wednesday & Thursday of every month we have Hands on History Homeschool Day for Homeschool families! Come and learn about local and Texas history through fun interactive activities and lessons right here in the museum!

Camp Crates

Our new Exciting Hands on History experience!

Come along on a journey through 4 different time periods of Texas History with an exciting take on our Hands on History learning and summer FUN!

S.T.E.A.M Labs

3rd Thursday of every month,  @4:30pm, FREE

Check out Doss Digital for Steam Lab Programs! 

S.T.E.A.M ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) comes to life at the museum once a month with a self guided lab experiment. Families can work together to predict, explore, & observe the results.

History Alive

While we are under restrictions for COVID-19 we will be sharing our programs via Doss Digital 

History Alive is a hands on series that brings history and crafting together! Come create while learning about the past!

Doss After Dark with Jon Vandagriff

Postponed until further notice, 6:00pm-7:00pm, $30 – Registration required

Join us for Jon Vandagriff’s next session of Parker County History! This session focuses on the history & importance of the Bankhead Highway

Physical Address

1400 Texas Dr.
Weatherford TX, 76086
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Museum Hours

Tues – Sat : 10am - 5pm
Thurs : 10am-8pm
Sun & Mon: Closed

Contact Us

(817) 599-6168

Mailing Address

PO Box 215 
Weatherford, TX 76086 

Mission Statement

The mission of the James and Dorothy Doss Heritage and Culture Center is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Parker County through cultural and educational events that raise awareness and pride in our western heritage. 

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