Memories and keepsakes from 2021 will now live on for 50 years, after members of the Bryan City Council buried a time capsule in front of the Bryan Municipal Office Building on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021.
The time has come for the City of Bryan to celebrate its 150th Anniversary of Incorporation in person. The City of Bryan’s actual anniversary date is Nov. 29, 2021, but since that falls on Thanksgiving weekend, we’re celebrating all this week!
Bryan didn’t become a success story overnight. It took years of work, innovation, leadership and patience. The foundations which began more than 150 years ago have paid off in ways that past generations couldn’t have imagined.
As we get closer to the City of Bryan’s official 150th anniversary of incorporation, it becomes clear that Bryan has thrived for more than a century through coming together and supporting each other through good times and difficult ones.
Nov. 29, 2021 marks the official 150th anniversary of the City of Bryan’s incorporation, and you’re invited to take part in upcoming activities celebrating this exciting milestone.
More than 30 items from Bryan’s past will be on display beginning Sept. 3, as part of the City of Bryan’s 150th Anniversary of incorporation celebration. athe 150 Collection features items, photos and documents spanning more than 150 years to offer a peek into the community’s history
As the City of Bryan gets closer to the official 150th anniversary of incorporation, we continue to add more information to the celebration’s website. Now, an interactive, media-rich timeline of the first half of Bryan’s history is now available.
Destination Bryan and the City of Bryan invite you to celebrate the City of Bryan’s 150th anniversary this year with the official Bryan, Texas History Tour. This self-guided tour will lead you on a journey through time as you take a look into the legends of our past at more than 20 historical sites and landmarks throughout the city.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the City of Bryan’s official incorporation on Nov. 29, 1871. That’s 150 years of history to celebrate, and we are taking the opportunity to tell the stories of how Bryan has grown – through the people, places and things that shaped the community.