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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.
Alamo Springs Cafe: 830-990-8004; 107 Alamo Rd, Alamo Springs, TX 78624. Web. Occasional live entertainment on outdoor stage.
Bankersmith Ghost Town, Ice Haus, Dance Hall, RV Park: 512-953-9428, 8142 Old San Antonio Rd. Web. Monthly activities. Live music typ Wed-Sun, see Web
Old Tunnel Old Tunnel State Park: 866-978-2287; TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fees: None. Bat viewing, picnic, bird-watch, stargaze, look for wildlife. Explore short (less than 1/2 mi) nature trail.




RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.

HISTORIC ALBERT SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CLUB EVENTS:
Club BBQ & Fundraiser: Albert Community Club holds annual event at Williams Creek School Bldg, Sat, 4p, with drinks, socializing, live music. Dinner 6:30 by donation. 2023: Late July; 2024: TBD
Gillespie County Historic School Open House - Williams Creek: Presented in partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. No admission charge, and donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. 830-685-3321. Web. 2023: 9/17, 10a-3:30p; 2024: TBD
Valentine Bingo: At Albert Community Club, at Williams Creek School Bldg. Fajitaa dinner & bingo. Brind a side or dessert and a $20 raffle prize per player.Benefits All of Anders Books. 2024: 2/3 5:30p Albert Icehouse

LIVE MUSIC: Every weekend at Albert Ice House; and Picker's Circle every Sat. Scheduled dances at Albert Dance Hall

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.
Albert Community Club: At historic Williams Creek school house.
Albert Texas Icehouse & Beer Garden: 830-644-2042; 5435 RR-1623 S. Web. Popular with locals for cold beer, dancing, and a large table arrangement under one of the largest oak trees in Texas. A frequent hangout for motorcyclists and locals.
Albert Texas Dance Hall: A restored historic dance hall, active again with scheduled live dancing and venue events. See above web, same location and contact.
Historic Williams Creek School House: 5501 RR-1623 S. Next door to Ice House




RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.

BANDERA COUNTY JR LIVE STOCK SHOW: Annual event at Mansfield Park, Show Barn. Animals shown Thur-Fri. Auction on Sat. 830-796-7755. Sponsor Web, Event Web. 2024: 1/10-13

COWBOY CAPITAL TRAIL RIDE TO SAN ANTONIO: At Mansfield Park, Show Barn Arena, 2886 TX-16 N. Join us for annual trail ride from Bandera to San Antonio in support of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. Route starts Fri evening 5p. The ride spends 4 days in the Bandera/Tarpley area before going down TX-16 to Helotes. All are welcome. Check itinerary for daily locations. Annual event. Rain or Shine. Parking: Free. Admission: Ticket required, Adults $75/week or $30/day. 830-534-5750, Web. See special Portal focus page on "Horseback riding in the Hill Country". 2024: 2/2-9

BANDERA NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM ACTIVITIES:
Crafting & Snacking: Admission $. 2024: Sat 2/10 10a-2p
Happy Tail Petting Zoo & Baby Bunny Photo Op: 2024: Wed 3/13

WEDNESDAY NIGHT JAM: At Jakes, every Wed night

POKEMAN LEAGUE: At Bandera Library, in the downstairs meeting room, typically 4:30-6p, so check schedule. Facebook

CHUCK WAGON DINNER & SHOW: At Flying L Ranch. Enjoy Western entertainment, live country music, dancing, BBQ dinner. Wagon ride to ghost town. Adults: $40, Young bucks: $20, Children 3-12; Free. RSVP. Web. Schedule: Mid-Mar, then late May-end of July, Every Sat, 6-8p

COMMUNITY BINGO: At American Legion. Non-profit, non-smoking, no alcohol facility. Free bingo. Food available for purchase. Web. Susan Junker, amlegion157@live.com . Schedule: Every Wed, 5:30-10p

COMMUNITY BREAKFAST: At American Legion. Featuring made-to-order omelets, pancakes, waffles, sausage gravy and biscuits, coffee and juice. Non-profit organizations on site with community information. Parking & Admission: Free. Meal: Free. Web. Schedule: Every Quarter, 8a-Noon. Dates on website. 2024: 2/17

COWBOY CAMP WITH LEW PEWTERBAUGH: At Bandera Beverage Barn RV Park, Events are outside under the Pavilion. Public welcome. Bring your guitar to play along, or simply come to listen! BYOB. Admission: Free. Schedule: Every 3rd Thurs, 7-10p

COWBOY CAPITAL OPRY: At Silver Sage. Professional entertainers volunteer their performances for charity. Call to reserve a seat. Schedule: Nov-Apr, every 1st Tue, 7-9p

COWBOYS ON MAIN: In front of Courthouse, 500 Main St. Come visit Kelly Scott and his chuck wagon, or climb aboard Redneck (the Longhorn) for a picture. Or take a ride around the town square in Ron Dakota's horse drawn wagon! Western display. Strolling musicians on Main St. Admission: free. Weather permitting. Web. Schedule: Every Sat, Summer: 9a-1p; Winter: 10a-2p

FATBOYZ CRUISE IN CAR SHOW: At FatBoyz Sandwich Shop, 830-796-3767;. Custom, rods, classics, muscle cars, trucks, motorcycles, Special Interest & Vintage Vehicles of all kinds. Family friendly event, great eats! Most shops open. Schedule: Every 1st Fri, 5p

FISH FRY: At St Stanislaus Catholic Church, at Joseph's Hall, Cedar & 7th St. Visit the church to view a beautiful array of stain glass windows, paintings and sculptures. All are welcome! BBQ, Mexican food, ribs, corn on the cob and drinks available to purchase. Silent & live auction, and raffle. Fun & games and more for all ages. Bring family and friends for a delicious meal! Annual parish fundraiser presented by Knights of Columbus. Event Web. Schedule: First Fri, 5p until sold out.

FRONTIER TIMES JAMBOREE: At Frontier Times Museum. Live music. Sing along to all your favorite genres of music! Storytelling and more. Free and fun for all ages. Schedule: Jan-June, Aug-Nov, Every 4th Sun, 1-4p

GUNFIGHT REENACTMENTS: Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters, at Bandera Visitors Center, at Rattlesnake Ridge behind Visitors Center. 830-796-3045; Web. Bring the kids and have them get deputized after the show, and get a picture with a gunfighter! Free admission. Schedule: Most Sat, 11a & 1p, see web

GRACE NOAH'S ARK LEARNING CENTER: Valentine Spaghetti Dinner, to-go only. 2024: 2/9 5-7p.

WILD WEST MURDER MYSTERY DINNER SHOW: At Bandera Methodist Church. Includes salad, dinner, dessert, drinks, door prizes. Presented by Bandera Chapter #643 Order of the Eastern Star. Proceeds benefit charitable projects. Benefits charitable projects. $25/p. Ticket: Jerry Neuenschwander, 830-796-1860. 2024: Sat 3/2 7p

MORNING RIDE WITH COWBOY BREAKFAST: At Major Hope Corral. Join Bandera Historical Rides for a Cowboy Breakfast and a morning horseback ride. 2023: 6/4-25, 8a; 2024: TBD

MOVIE UNDER THE STARS: At Bandera Sports Complex. Enjoy the Bound House and get snacks and beverages at the concession stand. Entrance Fee: $10/car. 2023: Schedule: 7/21, check website for more. Gates Open: 7:30p

SUMMER SERIES RODEO: At Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena. Bullriding, bronc riding, breakaway roping, calf scramble, tie down roping, mutton busting, team roping. Admission: Adult: $12, Children 6 and under: Free. Active Military: $8 with ID. Presented by Riding On Faith, Web. 2023: June 2-Aug 4; Every Fri night, 8p; 2024: TBD

FALL BARREL RACES: At Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena. Youth, adult and seniors. BBR approved. Presented by Riding On Faith, Web. 830-570-9036. 10:30a-12:45p. 2023: 9/24, 10/15, 10/29, 12/10; 2024: TBD

TEAM ROPING PRACTICE: At Ridin' The River Cowboy Fellowship arena. Dee Evans: Web. Weather permitting. Every Thurs, 5-10p

WAGON RIDES, CAMPFIRES & SMORE'S: At Flying L Ranch. Campfire and s'mores: 8:30p, $5. RSVP. Web. Every Tue-Sat, 6:30-9p

RED HORSE SALOON ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Bingo Night: Every Thur, 7-10p. 100% payout to winner. All ages welcome
Hibachi Dinner: Includes steak, chicken, shrimp, fried rice, veggies, soup & salad. 2024: 1/18, 6:30p

LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: Country Music Group, Every Wed, 9:30a; Children's Story Time, Every Thurs, 10:30a; Dungens & Dragons, every Sat, 9:30a-1p; Book Club, every 1st Thurs, 10a; Gardening Club: Monthly; Book Club: Every Wed, 5p

CHAMBER ACTIVITIES:
Coffee Connection: At Cowgirl Coffee Company (see listing below). Hang out for free house coffee and discounted lattes. Network with local businesses and enjoy welcoming atmosphere and offerings. Monthly, last Wed, 8a-10a

BANDERA BREWERY ACTIVITIES: Profile below
Taco Tuesday & Live Trivia Night: Sometimes it Pays to Know It All! Purchase Tacos brought to you by the Marfe' then put on your thinking hats and have fun playing Trivia! 2023: Schedule: Most every Tue, check web, 7p
Singo Music Bingo: It's like bingo but with music. Winning cards get a free drink token! Free to play! Every Wed, 7-10p
Sip & Shop: Shop local and enjoy a drink at Bandera Brewery. Food, art, clothes, antiques, jewelry and more! Every 2nd Sat
Dogg Pound Championship Wrestling: Proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club and Silver Sage. 2023: 11/18, 6p: Meet & Greet; 7p: Bell Time; 2024: TBD
Murder Mystery Party: It's New Years Eve and someone is dead. Can you solve the mystery before time runs out? Limited seating. Each ticket gets you an assigned character. You don't have to play the game to be present at the party. Fireworks at midnight. Dress for the party and the game is Roaring 20s. Awards for best costumes and other surprise categories. Web. 2023: 12/31, 7p; 2024: TBD
Celebrate Christmas-Beer, Macaron & Cookie Pairing: Live music! A flight of beer paired with Christmas cookies and a macaron from Minnie Belle Macarons. Christmas vibes continue with a holiday music concert from Jennifer D'Spain! Ticket required, on web. 2023: 12/23, 6-8p; 2024: TBD
Masshole Lobster Truck: 2024: 1/7, Noon-5p
Chili Cookoff: Show up with your chili ready to go. We'll have power to plug in crockpots and warmers. Judging will commence and crown the winners! Cash prizes. Remaining proceeds benefit Bandera Brewery Scholarship Fund. Sign up in beans, no beans or both! 2024: Sun 1/21, Noon-4p

HILL COUNTRY STATE NATURAL AREA ACTIVITIES: See profile below. Events
Trek a Trail to the New Year! Explore 40 mi of trail system on self-guided hike through the fields, pastures and creek beds or up and over the scenic overlooks. 2024: 1/1, 8:30a
Hike the Hills: Hike scenic West Peak Overlook Trail. Experience a fun way to start off the New Year with a guided hike on a wonderful trail with a spectacular view. 2024: 1/1, 9a
History Hike: Hike West Verde Creek Valley & into the Hill Country ranching experience. 2024: 1/1, 12:30
Bandera Hoka One Endurance Trail Race: Races: 100km, 50, 25, Youth 1 mi. Web. 2024: 1/13-14

11TH STREET COWBOY BAR: See profile below.
Steak Night: Every Wed. A popular event with Live Music - bring your own steak, chicken or sausage and enjoy a fun evening! 7p
Texas Hill Country Musicfest: Fundraiser hosted by Kiwanis of Bandera. Doors: 6p, Music: 8p, Live Auction: 9p. 2024: Sat 3/9 8p
Cowboy Mardi Gras: Annual event with Cajun food and Zydeco music. Noon Parade, colorful floats on Main. Gumbo cook-off. Arts and Crafts on Courthouse Lawn 10m-5p. 2024: 2/1-3
New Year's Eve Bash: Ticket: $25/p. 7p; 2024: TBD

BLACK & RED BALL: At Farm Country Club (see profile below). Annual dinner and dance, live music, live & silent auctions, appetizers. Set-ups, beer, wine included. BYOB. Benefiting Bandera County's Meals on Wheels. Free parking. Admission: Ticket: $100/p. Diane Segura 210-867-4756. Event Web. 2024: 2/10, 6p

NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY: At Red Horse Saloon. Live band, champagne, red-eyed peas. 2023: 12/31, 9p; 2024: TBD

COWBOY CAPITOL TRAIL RIDERS-WARM-UP RIDE: Registration; 9: Move rigs, ride out from Twin Elm on FM-470 to Schmitke Rd to TJs Old Forge Restaurant on Main Street in Bandera for chili lunch. Park rigs at middle school or ride back to Twin Elm on your own. Jeanne B: 830-534-5750. 2024: Sat 1/13: 8a:

TRIVIA NIGHT: At TJ`s at the Old Forge. Free. Every Thurs, 6-10p

COWBOY CAPITAL OPRY: At Silver Sage. Every month, 1st Tue, 7-9p. Events and activities for adults of all ages.

BACK TO NATURE: At Rancho Cortez. Education, homeschooling or just need a creative activity. Enjoy learning through nature. Monthly, 1st & last Fri

BANDERA MARKET DAYS: See details at our focus topic page: Market Days

HILL COUNTRY CHRISTMAS BOOK SIGNING & LECTURE: At Frontier Times Museum. Enjoy stories of historical fiction set in the Texas Hill County! Free and fun for all ages. 2023: 11/30, 5-7:30p; 2024: TBD

HORSE DRAWN WAGON RIDES WITH SANTA: At Courthouse, 500 Main Street. Rides with Santa around Courthouse. $10/adult, $5/child (6-17yrs), kids 0-5 yrs ride free. Come see lights and enjoy a magical time! Santa will be on a decorated, western style covered wagon pulled by a pair of handsome Haflinger horses! 830-688-3063 for more information or book private rides. 2023: 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, 12/23, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

COMMUNITY FEST: A charitable celebration of unity, benefiting Hill Country Resource Center. 2024: TBD
Gospel Concert: An intimate evening of live, soulful music at Western Heritage Cowboy Church, 7146 FM-1283, Pipe Creek. Free show, donations encouraged, open to all. 2023: Fri: 12/1, 6-8p
• Open House: Featuring local musicians. Property tours, food truck, donations bar, at Silver Sage Ranch, 1167 FM-3240, Bandera. 2023: Sat: 12/2, 1-5p
• An intimate evening of live, soulful music under the oaks, at Silver Sage Ranch, 1167 FM-3240, Bandera. 2023: Sat: 12/2, 6-9p
• Listen to several live musical groups. A charitable celebration of unity. Food truck. At the 11th Street Cowboy Bar. 2023: Sun: 12/3, 1-9p

LIGHTED CHRISTMAS PARADE: Begins 6:30p and goes N on Main Street. 2023: 12/9; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS CONCERT: At Bandera History Museum. An afternoon of spirited holiday music featuring Schriener & Friends. $20/adult, $15/member, Free: students with ID & youth. Reservations Req'd: 830-328-5090. 2023: 12/10, 3p; 2024: TBD

HIDE & HORN WESTERN PLAY: At Coconut Cowboys Stage (profile below). A Western Play about Bandera & the Great Western Trail. Performing cast: "The Old Bandera Players" (profile below). Admission Free. Vendor booths & food. Shows: 2023: Dec; 2024: mid-Feb, 10:30a & Noon

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at City Park Lake. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
American Legion Post #157: 830-796-7528; at 205 12th St. Web. Non-profit, non-smoking, no alcohol facility. Free bingo. Food available for purchase.
Arkey Blue's Silver Dollar Saloon: 830-796-8826; 308 Main St. Facebook
Bandera Beverage Barn: 830-328-0321; 1407 TX-16 N. Web. Events are outside under the Pavilion. Picker's circle, free, BYOB
Bandera Brewery: 830-522-2246; 3540 TX-16, #2A. Web. Small batch brewery. Open Thurs-Sun. Typically have live music/entertainment on Fri-Sat, and food trucks. Trivia nights, karaoke.
Bandera County Chamber Of Commerce: 830-796-3280; 158 TX-16 S, Ste F. banderatex.com. Many programs and activities.
Bandera County Convention & Visitors Bureau: 830-796-3045; 126 TX-16 S. banderacowboycapital.com. Many programs and activities.
Bandera County Public Library ("Kronkosky"): 830-796-4213; 515 Main St. Web
Bandera Methodist Church: 830-796-3849; 1103 Cedar. umc.org, banderaume.org. Fellowship Hall. Corner of Cedar & 11th Streets
Bandera Natural History Museum: 830-328-5090; 267 Old San Antonio Rd. Web, Facebook. Mission is to inspire wonder about the world's amazing wildlife, their habits, and their habitats. Gift shop, snack bar, events. Free parking, Admission fees apply. Open: Tue-Sat, 10a-5p; Sun, Noon-5p. Closed Mon
Bandera Sports Complex: 325 Optimist Way. Web, Facebook. Recreational facilities for children, young adults and senior citizens of Bandera County with an emphasis on physical activities and good sportsmanship. Free movies.
Bandera Visitors Center: 830-796-3045; 126 TX-16 S, Web. Cowboy gunfight reenactments, more
Bandera's Music Emporium & Blue Coyote Theatre: 830-796-1207; Cedar St. Facebook. A non-smoking listening environment that serves snacks and non-alcoholic drinks in a kid friendly atmosphere
Blue Gene's Cowboy Sports Bar: 830-796-7144; 807 Main St. Live music Fri-Sat. Weekly pool tournament, Texas Hold'em competition, open mic night
Boots-n-Saddles: 210-749-9227; 715 Main St. Facebook. Saloon, dancehall, pool tables, beer, cocktails, DJ & live music
Brick's River Cafe: 830-460-3200; 1205 Main St. Web. Live music on deck; picker's circle
Cabaret Cafe & Dance Hall: 830-796-8166; 801 Main St. Web. Historic location for live entertainment and dancing
Coconut Cowboys Stage: 830-444-0199; 11th & Maple
County Courthouse: 500 Main St
Cowgirl Coffee Company: 830-796-9990; 807 Main St (upstairs). Web
(The) Farm Country Club & RV Park: 830-589-2276; 347 Pue Rd. NW of Bandera, between TX-16 and TX-173 at FM-2828. Web. RV park, parties, reunions, weddings
FatBoyz Sandwich Shop: 830-796-4016; 610 TX-16 S, Bandera Village. Facebook
Five Mile Creek Saloon: 830-796-8585; 6150 TX-16 S, Bandera, TX 78003
Flying L Ranch Resort: 830-796-7745; 675 Flying L Dr. Web. Western entertainment, live country music, dancing, BBQ dinner, wagon ride to ghost town. Branding Iron Bar & Grill. Golf. Event venue for rental. Map
Frontier Times Museum Frontier Times Museum: 830-796-3864; 510 13th St, 1 block N of County Courthouse. Web. Exhibits, live music, storytelling and more. Free and fun for all ages.
Government Canyon State Natural Area (SNA): 210-688-9055, TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fees: Adult: $5/day, Child 12 & Under: Free. Hiking/biking, nature watching, camping, stargazing, volunteer, Ranger programs, geocache
Hill Country State Natural Area (HCSNA): 830-796-4413; 10600 Bandera Creek Road. TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fee: Adult: $6/day, Under 13: Free. Hiking & horse trails; guides, Ranger & Jr Ranger programs, Group Lodge, primitive camping, volunteer
Jake's At Polly Peak: 830-535-6699; 3810 TX-16. Web. Pub, big screen TVs, outdoor stage, live music, food truck, home of the Annual Blues Fest, and Wednesday Night Jam!
Kickback Korner: 830-796-4496; 402 Main St. Facebook. Sports bar, live music
Major Hope Corral: 830-328-2203; 749 Old Medina Hwy. Horse rides to cowboy breakfast
Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena: 830-777-7129; 2886 TX-16 N, just W of downtown. Web, Map. Bullriding, bronc riding, breakaway roping, calf scramble, tie down roping, mutton busting, team roping
Old Bandera Players: Theater performances. DeGeorge: 830-328-3169; bdg2531@gmail.com
Old Forge: 830-796-7144; 807 Main St. Web. Restaurant, sports bar
Rancho Cortez: 872 Hay Holar Rd. 830-796-9339. Web. Dude ranch
Red Horse Saloon: 210-749-9227; 2440 TX-16. Facebook
Ridin' The River Cowboy Fellowship & Arena: 830-741-1770; 5767 TX-173 N. Web. Sharing the message of grace and mercy. See activities on web.
St Stanislaus Catholic Church, at Joseph's Hall: 830-460-4712; 311 7th St, at corner of Cedar Street. Visit the church to view a beautiful array of stain glass windows, paintings and sculptures. Fish fry
Silver Sage Community Center: 830-796-4969; 803 Buck Creek Dr. Web. Call to reserve a seat.
Wild Horse Saloon: 830-796-3615; 134 River Bend Rd. Web. Live music, karaoke, pool tables
11th Street Cowboy Bar: 830-796-4849; 307 11th St. Web. Casual cowboy and major events




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GAME DAYS: At Mary Powers Hall. Every month (except May), 3rd Sat, 6:30p. Facebook

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Barksdale Civic Association: 830-333-9455; Facebook. Meets 3rd Thurs at 6:30p, at Mary B Powers Hall; located on Taylor St across from Nueces Canyon High School
Mary B Powers Hall: Meeting facility at Nueces HS campus
Nueces Canyon Public Library: 830-234-4228; Facebook


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BEAUTY & THE BEAST MUSICAL: At Galleria, at Central Plaza. Web. Free admission, family-friendly, and weather permitting. Brought to you by Magnolia Musical Theatre, in partnership with Hill Country Galleria and City of Bee Cave. Every Wed-Sun, 8p, 2023: 7/19-8/13; 2024: TBD

LIVE ON THE LAWN: At Galleria, on Central Plaza Lawn. Come and rock out to live music! Bring your friends, family, and blanket to lounge on the lawn as you enjoy your favorite local musicians. Grab a bite at one of Galleria's amazing restaurants! Free admission, family-friendly, and weather permitting. Note, occasionally a Fri will be skipped, and start time varies, so check their website. Schedule: Every Fri, hours vary, but in the 4-9p range.

SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT SERIES: At Galleria, on Central Plaza Lawn. Hosted by Austin City Limits Radio and will feature local artists. Child and pet-friendly. Free Admission. Dog friendly. Web. Sat nights, 7-9p

CONTRACOMMON EVENTS: At Galleria, see profile below.
Drink & Draw: Chill with local artists. Monthly event, on Fridays, 6-9p. Bring a current project or even just a pen & paper to enjoy a night of artistic fun with no expectations, judgements or prerequisites. Refreshments provided. Located across from H&M. Free admission. Check web schedule, see below.
Undercurrent Juried Regional Art Exhibition: Web. Art works created by artists working in any media within a 100 mile radius of our space, on view in our gallery. Prominent members of local art community in Central Texas serve as jurors. 2023: 5/29-7/10
Proof Of Life Exhibition: Rediscover your connection to our beautiful earth through magnificent works of local Texan artists. Free, open to public. 2024: 1/19-2/15

BCAF: WOMEN IN ART EXHIBITION: Lakeway Arts District and Bee Cave Arts Foundation event. See full profile at Art

YOUNG ARTIST SUMMER CAMP: At Galleria. 10 weeks of camps for a summer filled with artful fun for all of your kids! Choose morning OR afternoon camp (or both if your artist would like a full day of art fun). Enrollment is limited, so get your tickets soon! Hosted by Bee Cave Arts Foundation. Admission: ticket purchase required. Web. 2023: 5/30-8/11; 2024: TBD

WESTCAVE OUTDOOR EVENTS: 830-825-3442; (Near Bee Cave, Cypress Mill and Round Mountain), at Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center, on RR-962. Star parties, Yin Yoga & Silent Grotto Hike, guided photography hike, forest bathing guided hike, bird hike, night hikes, and wilderness walks. Web. Schedule: Various Days, see website

BEE CAVE ON ICE: At Galleria, the coolest holiday attraction of the year is open. Reservations highly encouraged, but a number of walk-ups will be available. $15 ticket includes skate rental and 60-minute skate session. Skate times vary each day. Lessons available. Web. 2023: 11/10, 2023-1/15; 2024: TBD

PHOTOS WITH SANTA: At Galleria, Santa's Workshop Cabin, located indoors next to Buenos Aires Cafe. Take your own photos, free. Web. 2023: 11/25-12/24, 11a-8p; 2024: TBD

LIGHT UP THE PLAZA: At Galleria Plaza. Live music. Holiday market shopping, giveaways, refreshments, Santa. Web. 2023: 11/25, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

JINGLE BELL 5K & KIDS DASH: At Galleria. Annual event. Web. Enjoy a variety of delicious food and beverage vendors, incredible music and dance entertainment, costume contest, ice skating, raffle every hour, and more. Chamber sponsored and accepting donations for charity. 2024: TBD

Be sure to see the big Bee Cave events on our Festivals & Major Events Calendar: Apr: Books & Bees Festival; Apr: Honeyfest; July: Independence Day Festival; Nov: Buzzfest

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Bee Cave Arts Foundation: 512-263-0001; 12700 Hill Country Blvd. A non-profit 501(c)3 located in the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave, offers a unique selection of children & adult art classes, children's art camps, as well as an ongoing series of art exhibitions year-round. Web, Facebook. Schedule
Bee Cave Public Library: 512-767-6620; 4000 Galleria Pkwy. Web. Many programs & activities.
Con' Olio Oils & Vinegars Tasting Bar: 512-342-2344; 3500 FM-620 S, Ste F-400. Web
Contracommon: 12912 Hill Country Blvd, #F-140, Galleria. Web. Nonprofit art gallery & creative hub offering shared workspace & private studios, art exhibitions. Located across from H&M
Hill Country Galleria: 512-263-0001; 12700 Hill Country Blvd, at various locations, including in the Central Plaza. Web. Live music, events, more
Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center: 830-825-3442; (Near Bee Cave, Cypress Mill and Round Mountain), on RR-962. Web. Star parties, Yin Yoga & Silent Grotto Hike, guided photography hike, forest bathing guided hike, bird hike, night hikes, and wilderness walks.
Woody's Tavern & Grill: 512-263-8374; 12801 Shops Pkwy, #100. Facebook. Sports bar, live music




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COLORADO BEND STATE PARK: See profile below.
Gorman Falls: The top destination hike in the area, ~ 3 mi round trip. Not for the timid. Fish, swim, kayak and view the spectacular water falls.
Tie Slide Overlook Trail: Off same route as to the Falls. A very popular, beautiful hike. Not for the timid.
Tent Camping: See details on web.

FIESTA VINEYARD & WINERY:
Fiesta Galentine Day - Be Our Galentine: Live music, vendors, wine, more. Add-ons available. Annual event. Web. 2024: Sat 2/10 11a

ANNUAL FISH FRY FUNDRAISER: In mid-Oct.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Bend General Store: 325-628-3523; 438 CR-442. Web. Country store, live music, beer garden
Colorado Bend State Park: See full details at TPWD Web, Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fee: Adult: $5/day, Under 13: Free. Tent camping, wild cave tours, hikes, volunteer, Ranger Programs
Fiesta Vineyard & Winery: 325-628-3433; 18727 FM-580 W, Lometa/Bend, TX 76853. Located 5 mi E of Bend, 10 mi SW of Lometa, and 18 mi W of Lampasas. fiestawinery.com


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BERGHEIM GENERAL STORE & HISTORIC POST OFFICE: Popular for years with the locals and visitors alike for its "old time" atmosphere, interesting items and friendly folks

SERENGETI RESORT: The heart of Africa in the Texas Hill Country

EDGE FALLS: A significant water falls (dependent on local rainfall) on the Guadalupe River. Photo and satellite Views

CAVE WITHOUT A NAME: A few mi NW of town. A natural wonder with guided tours. One of the most beautiful caves in Texas. Main attraction is its spectacular formations. See our focus page at Caverns

GUADALUPE RIVER TUBING & PADDLING: See our focus page at Tubing & Paddling

GUADALUPE RIVER STATE PARK: A few mi NE of town See our Boerne listing. See full details at Parks & Lakes. Hiking, camping, fishing, swimming

CASCADE CAVERNS: Nearby toward Boerne. A limestone cave 3 mi S of Boerne. Tours, hikes, bats, waterfalls. See our focus page at Caverns

CIBOLO NATURE CENTER: Nearby in Boerne. 100 ac park with a beautiful natural Hill Country setting for nature education, enriching community. Trails, workshops, concerts.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Bergheim General Store (& Historic Post Office): 830-336-2112; 843 TX-46 E. Popular for years with the locals and visitors alike for its "old time" atmosphere, interesting items and friendly folks. Received a state historical marker in 1983.
Obrien's Restaurant: 830-229-5600; 848 TX-46 E. Web. Food, bar, entertainment
Serengeti Resort: 830-816-3600; 408 Fuller Dr. The heart of Africa in Texas Hill Country. Web




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COFFEE WITH A COP: Join your neighbors and local police officers for coffee and conversation. Mission is to break down barriers's between police and citizens they serve by removing agendas and allowing opportunities to ask questions, voice concerns, or just to get to know neighborhood officers. Call Police Dept for event schedule: 512-355-2442; Web

HONKY-TONK: At Globe. Enjoy country music and dancing. Beer, wine, and concessions sold. Cash-only venue. Parking: Free. Admission: Free, Web. Every Wed, 7p-Midnight

SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: At Globe. Enjoy free movie Concession stand open. Cash only. Parking: Free. Admission: Free, Web. 2023 Schedule: 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3; 2024: TBD

WOMEN IN BUSINESS MEET UP: At various locations, times. Typ 5-7p. See Chamber web. Network with like-minded local ladies!

RIFLES, RACKS & DEER TRACKS: At Hill Country Bliss Wedding & Event Venue. Live music, dancing, dinner, beer, wine, raffles, live & silent auctions, games. Annual event presented by Lake Area Rods & Classics Car Club. Fundraiser benefits Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center. 512-756-2607. Web. 2023: Oct 21, 6-10p; 2024: TBD

HALLOWEEN ON VAUGHAN STREET: Includes costume contest with prizes, plus games and candy! Vaughan street will be closed to vehicles. Fun ends when candy runs out! Free. 2023: 10/31, 5:30-7:30p; 2024: TBD

BUSINESS CHRISTMAS DECORATING CONTEST: Chamber sponsored annual event. Prizes. 2023: Judging on 11/29, 5p; 2024: TBD. See web below.

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING: At City Hall, downtown. Join Mayor in lighting tree. Bring whole family & relish sounds of Christmas music while enjoying hot chocolate, cookies, candy. Prize for ugliest Christmas sweater. Chamber sponsored. 2023: Thur, 11/30, 6p; 2024: TBD

COUNTRY CHRISTMAS: At W Vaughn St, downtown. Web. Includes Run Rudolph Kids Dash, holiday float parade, 60+ vendors, winery tastings, beer booth, Holiday Kids Zone, Santa photos, and live music. 2023: Sat 12/2, 9:30a-4p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS CAROLS ON JOPPA BRIDGE: At historical bridge (see Joppa), NE on Bertram. Annual event. This 1907 iron-truss bridge is decorated in lights, and caroling includes traditional Christmas hymns, Elvis' "Blue Christmas," and "Frosty the Snowman." After the caroling, sandwiches, chili, cider, hot cocoa and sweets served in the parish hall of old Joppa school and church. 2023: 12/16; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Bertram Area Chamber Of Commerce: 512-350-7436. Web
Bertram Library (Joann Cole Mitte Memorial): 512-355-2113; 1701 N Gabriel. Web. Many programs & activities.
Hill Country Bliss Wedding & Event Venue: 7610 CR-252
Historic Globe Theater: 132 W Vaughn St. Web. Established in 1935, and now renovated, a movie house, concert venue, wedding & special event venue, live music, dancing. Concession stand.




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BLANCO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Mardi Gras Banquet & Ball: At Old Blanco County Courthouse Ballroom. Delicious food, cocktails and live music. Costumes highly encouraged. Prizes. Sponsorships available. 2024: Sat 2/10, 6-10p
Mingle: At Texas Cannon, Make new acquaintances, then head to Old Courthouse for the holiday lighting. 2023: Fri 12/1, 5p; 2024: TBD

BLANCO COUNTY CONSERVATION INITIATIVE ACTIVITIES:
Property Tax: At Gem, Q&A, by Mason Moreland from BC Appraisal Dist. 2024: 1/16 7p, 3/5 7p

BLANCO PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS: See profile below. Ticket required
Violin & Piano: 2023: Thur 12/7, 7p
Naomi Wong - Piano: 2024: Sat 2/10, 7:30p

GEM OF THE HILLS ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Reading Between the Wines: Pairing area authors with local wineries, distilleries and breweries, at 5:30p at varying locations, free, with a tasting and continues with a book talk and Q&A session: 2024: 1/3, 3/6
Dance or Listen: Live band. BYOB, cover charge, members & non-members. Dates & times vary, see web below for details. Ticket required. $5/mbr, $10/non-mbr. 2024: 1/25, 6:00-8:30p; 3/6 5:30-7p
Gentle Yoga: Mon: 11a, Wed: 11a, Fri: 10a
Estate Planning Seminar: Free, by McMullin Community Law. 2024: 2/21 6p
Indie Film Nite & Fundraiser: Selected short films, food, BYOB, Q & A with filmmakers. Sponsored by Hill Country Film Society. Indie Facebook. Ticket required. 2024: 2/24, 6-10p

LA VIE WINERY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: Free. Days & times vary, see web below for details. Locals Night, monthly, 1st Wed, live music, food & drink specials, fun, camaraderie. Schedule: most Sun, 1-4p
Locals Night: Come one, come all. Live music, food and drink specials. Every Wed, 5-8p

LIBRARY PROGRAMS: See profile below
Storytime: For children, every Thur, 10:30-11:30a
Blanco Book Bunch: 3rd Wed, 2p
Fellows Book Club: 1st Fri, 11:30a
Imagination Library: For young kids, with free books to keep
Reading Between the Wines: Pairing area authors with local wineries, distilleries and breweries, at 5:30p at varying locations. Free, with a tasting and continues with a book talk and Q&A. Coordinated by Gem above.
Genealogy Assistance: Every Thur, 1-3p
Tax Filing Assistance: Free, 1 hr slots. 830-833-4280. 2024: 10a-5p, 2/15, 3/14, 4/11
Movie Day: Free. Snacks & refreshments provided. Every Fri, 3p
Friends Dinner & Movie: Ticket: $45/p. Dinner: 5:30p at Gem; Movie: "My Big Fat Greek Wedding-3", 7:30 at Library. Tkt online only, at Library web. 2024: Thur 3/7
Winter Festival Family Day: Fun activities, tasty treats, photo booth with Santa. Movie: "A Charlie Brown Christmas". 10:30-11:30; 2024: 12/TBD

BLANCO STATE PARK ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Kids' Fishing Day: Free, but annual or $5 day pass required for over 12 y/o. Fishing license not req'd. 2024: Sat 1/27 10a-1p
Galentine's Day Women's Circle: Gather and share in the Pavilion around the fire. 2024: Sat 2/10 10a-Noon

KEEP BLANCO BEAUTIFUL ACTIVITIES:
Blanco River Cleanup & Don't Mess With Texas Trash-Off: All invited. 2024: 4/13

ANDALUSIA ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Movie Night: Cocktails available for purchase. Free. Every Wed night, 6p
Women Of Blanco: Meet local women, make new friends. Food and drink available. Ericka Phelps. Call for schedule
Chili Cook-off: . Sampling Ticket at door: $10/p. All welcome, but 21+ to drink. 2024: Sat 3/2, Noon-4p

OLD 300 ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Whiskey 2 Step: Presented by Twin Sisters Dance Hall. Silent auction & raffle. $15/adult, $5/kid under 12. Benefits HC Trail Ride. 2024: Sat 2/3, 8p-Midnight

REAL ALE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Tasting Room & Brewery Tours: Free. Every Fri, 4p
5K Beer Run: Registration. Benefits Friends of Blanco State Park. Web. 2023: Sat 12/2, 8a; 2024: TBD
Boot Party: Purchase boots, get free bottle of Real Spirits Whiskey or gin. 2024: Sat 1/27, 1p

RED BUD ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: Free. Every Fri & Sat night, 6:30-9
Trivia Night: Winners receive gift cards and more. Every Thurs night, 2 rounds, 6-7p, 7-8p
Jingle & Mingle: Let's get together! Stop by and have a beverage with us. Get to know some new folks or plan a meet-up with old friends. 2023: Fri 12/15, 5p; 2024: TBD

RIO BLANCO CAFE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Valentine's Day Mixer: Mix & mingle, savoring wines & food. $45/p at door, includes drinks, food, music. 2024: 2/14, 6-8p

TENUTA ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: 6:30-9:30p. Free. Days & times vary, see web below for details.
Property Tax Talk: Free. Come to talk, discuss and learn about how we can lower taxes and hold our local government accountable. Host by Libertarian Party of Blanco County. See web below for details.

TERRAQUEOUS RV RESORT ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Panther Polar Plunge: Annual event benefiting Blanco's American Legion Post. Parking & Admission: free. Donations appreciated. Free coffee and black eyed peas. Benefactor Web. 2024: 1/1. Open at 11a, Plunge into pool at 3p
Dance Lessons: 2 step & double step. All ages, all welcome, by donation, no partner required. 2024: Starting 1/11, 7p for 6 weeks; 2024: TBD
Tot Time @ TQ: At Event Room. Valentine crafts, music, singing, dancing, storytime, fun. Open Public. $5/p day pass, includes playgrounds, amenities. 2024: 2/8, 2/15 10-11:30a
Super Bowl Fiesta: Fajita Pot Luck. Tacos. Bring a side. Watch the big game. Drink specials. 2024: 4:30p
Boo Bash: Free family fun, everyone welcome. 4:30p: Pets N Peeps Costume Parade, games, Bounce house, trick n treat scavenger hunt, 5:30 spooky trail ride, concessions available. 2023: 10/28; 2024: TBD
Breakfast With Santa: Free food, games & live music. Merry Christmas market. 2023: Sat 12/9, 10a-1p; 2024: TBD

UPTOWN BLANCO RESTAURANT EVENTS: See profile below
Valentine's Day: Special menu including choice of a starter & dessert, and comp Champagne cocktail. 2024: Wed 2/14

RIO BLANCO CAFE EVENTS: See profile below
Valentines's Day Mixer: . Mix & mingle, international wines, delectable variety of foods, live music. 2024: Wed 2/14, 6-8p

VETERANS AFFAIRS:
Ceremony: Annual, at High School. Refreshments in Library: 8:30a; Ceremony in Gym: 9:30a. 2023: 11/10; 2024: TBD
Veterans Day Parade: Annual, at Old Courthouse, downtown. 2023: 11/11, 9a; 2024: TBD
Veterans Dinner: Annual. Host: American Legion & Rotary. Introductions, dinner, colors, prayer, speaker. At Old 300 BBQ, 2023: 11/11, 6p; 2024: TBD
• ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: At St Michael Episcopal Church, 218 Pittsburg St, 830-554-0740. All invited. Meets Mon & Wed at 7p; Sat at 10a. The Al-Anon Family Group anonymous fellowship for those affected by a loved one's alcohol or substance abuse: Every Wed 7p. blancofamilygroup@gmail.com

YETT MEMORIAL PARK ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Music In Yett Park: Programs at varying times and performers. Purchase ticket. No BYOB. Concessions and drinks available. See Chamber calendar below
FFA BBQ Battle & Denim Ball: Live/silent auctions, cornhole tourney, vendor row, dance, VIP Seating, live music. Annual event benefits FFA. Facebook. 2024: Sat-Sun 3/22-23
Marcia Ball Show: 2024: Sun 4/7, 6p: Gate, 7p Show

I love horses 59th TRAIL RIDE COWBOY BREAKFAST: Blanco, at Yett Memorial Park, 1813 US-281 South, at Pavilion. Join Hill Country Trail Riders for a good old fashioned breakfast before they head out on their ride to San Antonio. Sponsored by Blanco Chamber. Breakfast by donation. Annual event. Web. 2024: Sun 2/4, 7a

COFFEE WITH THE MAYOR: At The 419 Authentic Gelato & Imports, 419 3rd St on the Square. Join Blanco Mayor Mike Arnold and occasional special guests for great coffee and candid conversation. Mayor's Web. Every 1st Fri, 8:30-10a

LIZ ON THE SQUARE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Colors Of Love: An interactive experience of music, poetry, spoken word, and audience engagement exploring the multi-faceted trials and tribulations of love. Free, open public. Donation appreciated. 2024: Sat 2/10 6p

FAMILY FUN DAY: At Buggy Barn. Annual community event. Live music, entertainment, silent auction, mounted shooting, museum tours, old west town tours. Fun for whole family. Rain or Shine. Parking: Free. 830-385-3779, Web. 2023: Sat 11/4, 9a-5p; 2024: TBD

FALL MARKET DAY: At Milam & Greene, benefiting Hometown Hero Outdoors (non-profit who facilitates outdoor adventures of veterans, active duty and first responders). Special whisky release. Local artisans, vendors, live music, food truck. 2023: 11/11, 11-6p; 2024: TBD

BLANCO COW CAMP 5-STAND SPORTING CLAY SHOOT: Annual fundraiser supporting Blanco Fire & EMS Auxiliary & Bailey McMain. 4-man shooting teams. Cornhole tournament ($20/p). Silent auction. Web. 2023: 11/11-12; 2024: TBD

CARE & SHARE THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON: At Blanco Masonic Lodge, SW corner US-281 and 11th St. Annual, free event. Provided by the Lodge and Eastern Star volunteers. (For home delivery for shut-ins, call 830-833-4164 between 10a-Noon). 2023: Sat 11/18, 11a-food runs out; 2024: TBD

COURTHOUSE CHRISTMAS LIGHTING: At Old Courthouse for the holiday lighting. Santa will arrive inside after the lighting. 2023: Fri 12/1, 6p; 2024: TBD

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: At 2nd Mile Rec Center, Bring your family and friends for a fun, free event. Food, games, music, crafts, free photo with Santa. 830-385-1202, Facebook. 2023: Sat 12/2, 9a-Noon; 2024: TBD

BLANCO COUNTY COMMUNITY CHOIR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM:
Community Church of the Hills, Johnson City. 2023: Fri, 12/1, 8p; First Baptist Church, Blanco. Sun 12/3, 7p; 2024: TBD

TOY DRIVE: Annual event by Blanco PD. 830-833-4375. Donate new, unwrapped toys for children. Drop off at PD, Lowes, Old 300, Dollar General, Ace, or Tractor Supply. Benefits Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center's mission. Donation Deadline: 2023: Thur 12/14; 2024: TBD

WINTER COAT DRIVE: Lucky Leaf 4-H Coats & Cocoa. Help our community in need with your new or gently used coats & jackets. Drop off at Old 300. Donation Deadline 2023: Fri 12/15; 2024: TBD

LIGHTED CHRISTMAS PARADE: Annual event, starts at HS Stadium, 5:45p. Santa in Bindseil Park after parade. 2023: Sat 12/16; 2024: TBD

WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA: At Blanco Historic Cemetery. Wreaths placed on grave markers. Sponsor a wreath, honor a veteran. 2023: Sat, 12/16, Noon; 2024: TBD

PECANS!: At Library & Liz's. For sale 1 lb bags: $14/ea. Fundraiser by Blanco Women's Club, benefiting Library; 2024: TBD

COATS & COCOA SHARING DAY: At Blanco Square on Market Day, joining together to warm our community. Come by and pick out a coat, seater or jacket, and enjoy hot cocoa & fixin's too. Annual event. 2023: Sat 12/16; 2024: TBD

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS: At Old Courthouse. Santa reads. 2023: Sat 12/23, 5:30p; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Blanco State Park. See updated schedule: Dates

BLANCO TOPIC EVENTS PROFILED ON OTHER PORTAL SPECIALTY CALENDARS: See ALL CALENDARS

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Andalusia Whiskey Company: 903-452-7779; 6462 US-281 S. Web. Movie night, cocktails, craft whiskey tasting
Bindseil City Park: Pecan St at SE corner of the Square. Live entertainment, activities
Blanco Chamber of Commerce: 830-833-5101; 300 Main St, Old Blanco County Courthouse, Web
Blanco County Community Choir: Facebook. A non-profit, unauditioned, adult choir representing Blanco County and nearby areas. Performances at various venues. Annual holiday concert series. blancocountychoir@gmail.com
Blanco Library: 830-833-4280; 1118 Main St. Web. Social & educational activities, movies, wi-fi
Blanco Performing Arts & Entertainment: 830-833-4672; 830-385-1173; Uptown Blanco Ballroom/Courtyard, 317 Main St. Web. Frequent events, see web schedule
Blanco State Park: 830-833-4333, Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes Entrance Fee: Adult: $5/day, Under 13: Free. Fishing, swimming, boating, camping, volunteer, Ranger Programs,
Esperanza Winery & Vineyard Tasting Room: 210-414-1844; 115 Main St. Web. Winery located here, with tasting room, club, dog-friendly. Vineyard located in Spring Branch
Gem Of The Hills Citizens Community Center: 830-833-2713; 2233 US-281 N. Web. Social, fitness, wellness, educational & outdoor center activities. A place where locals can gather to play cards, celebrate or simply share interests and concerns; plus a native wooded area with trails. Non-profit.
Herb's Hat Shop: 830-833-3104; 313 E 4th St. Web. Occasional live music
Keep Blanco Beautiful: 830-833-4720; 1205 CR-302. Web/a>, Facebook. A non-profit whose mission is to educate and engage Blanco citizens to take responsibility for improving their community environment. Dedicated to the revitalization and beautification of Historic Downtown Blanco. Annual Trash-Off day in early April. Retta Jane Martin. keepblancobeautiful@gmail.com - See Keep Texas Beautiful at ktb.org
La Vie Estate Winery: 830-262-0903; 9560 RR-1623 (very close to Albert). Web. Overlooks Blanco River Valley. Vineyard, winery, tastings, food, club, live music (typically Sat & Sun, 1-4p), events
Liz On The Square: 830-833-0405; 405-A 3rd Street. Retail store and event venue.
Milam & Greene: 208 Carlie Ln. Whiskey distiller
Old 300 BBQ & Back Forty Event Hall: 830-833-1227; 318 4th St. Web. Live music, room rental for weddings, gatherings
Old Blanco County Courthouse: 300 Main St, 830-833-2211
Old Ironhorse Saloon: 830-833-3031; 621 Chandler Dr. Web. Food, entertainment, karaoke, games, full bar
Real Ale Tasting Room & Brewery: 830-833-2534; 231 San Saba Court. Web. Taproom (tasting room), events, live music in Taproom and outdoor Threadgill stage
Redbud Cafe: 830-833-0202; 410 4th St. Web
Rio Blanco Cafe: 830-865-5482; 1705 RR-165. Web
Tenuta Bianco: 830-554-0286; 312 Pecan St. Web. Bar, events, live entertainment, kitchen, purveyor of Italian cooking ingredients
Terraqueous RV Resort: 830-833-4232; 895 RR-32. Event Web. Events, entertainment, full bar, open to public
Texas Cannon Brewing Company: 830-833-3062; 307 4th St. Web. Craft beer, food, live music. Closed: Tue-Wed
Uptown Blanco Restaurant: 830-833-0738; 317 Main St, On The Square. Web. Live entertainment
Yett Memorial Park: 830-833-5101 1813 US-281 S, just S of town. 29-acre facility, managed by Chamber, available for rental, with pavilion (complete with stage, adjoining concession stand and restrooms), kitchen, rodeo arena, baseball park, playground, 7 RV spaces. Great for large events, family reunions, wedding receptions. Accommodate up to 200 people. Rodeo, live entertainment, activities
2nd Mile Recreation Center: 830-385-1202; 502 Pecan St. Facebook. All 6-12th graders invited to hang out Mon-Wed, 3:30-5:30p. Various activities.


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BOERNE PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS: See profile below
The Swingles: 2024: Sat 1/17, 7p
Drum Tao: 2024: Tue, 2/27, 7p
Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain: 2024: Mon 4/22, 7p

BLUEGRASS JAM: At AgriCultural. Bring your instrument and play alone or just enjoy talented bluegrass musicians jam. Free. Web. Every 2nd & 4th Sat, 11a-1p

CONCERTS IN THE PARK: At Main Park Plaza. Free, live music events performed by the Abendkonzert band and Boerne Concert band. Web. May-July, various days, location the same.

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: At Free Roam Brewing. An intimate acoustic performances featuring legendary singer songwriters + Texas Regional radio artists. Hosted by Abe Mac, Roam Brewing & Lovorn Law Firm. Free. Enjoy local food trucks. Bring your friends & family & let the good times roll. RSVP. Every Wed, 7-10p, 2023: 7/12-9/20; 2024: TBD

TOUR OF KUHLMANN-KING MUSEUM: 830-249-7277; 402 E Blanco Rd. Step back in time to experience and explore how a Boerne family would have lived in the late 1800s. Different educational programs each month. Admission: Free. info@visitboerne.org . Every 2nd & 4th Sat, Tours: Noon-3p

TOUR OF OLD JAIL MUSEUM: 830-428-6191; at 208 E San Antonio Ave. Web. Admission: Adults: $5; Veterans, & Law Enforcement, Children under 10: free. Schedule: Every Sat

MOVIES IN THE PARK: Main Plaza Park. Free, family-friendly screenings are a great time for everyone. Movies start at sundown, but do come out early on movie days for pre-movie fun starting at 7p. Bring your blankets, chairs and snacks. Web. Schedule: Spring and summer months, various days, location may vary.

ICE SKATING: At Boerne Ice Rink, 210 W Blanco Rd. Skate under the lights in downtown and experience the magic of a white winter. We are bringing the Rockefeller experience to Boerne so you too can feel the crisp winter air and child-like joy of ice skating. Tickets include skate rental and 1 hour on the ice. NEW SKATERS: Dolphin skate aids are available that you can use to help you learn and can even ride on them with a friend to push you around. Great fun for all! Tickets. 2023: 11/23-12/31, 10a-10p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
AgriCultural, Museum & Arts Center: 210-445-1080; 102 City Park Rd, Web
Boerne Champion Theatre: 830-357-2735; 201 Charger Blvd. Web. Theatrical performances, studies, Thespian Society, Improv Players (comedy). Associated with Champion High School.
Boerne Community Theatre: 830-249-9166; 907 E Blanco. Web. The nonprofit community theatre of Boerne since 1991. Presents five regular productions, two Teen Troupe shows, three children's drama camps and a Spring Special.
Boerne Performing Arts: 830-331-9079; 215 W Bandera Rd, Ste 114-182. Web. Tickets at this number. All performances at Boerne Champion Auditorium, see above.
Cibolo Nature Center: 830-249-4616; 140 City Park Rd, Web
Free Roam Brewing Company: 830-582-9741; 325 S Main St. Web. House and guest draft beer; events
Guadalupe River State Park: 830-438-2656, TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fee: Adult: $7/day, Under 13: Free. Camping, trails, paddling, volunteer, Ranger Programs
Kendall County Fairground (KCFA): 830-249-2839; 1307 River Rd, Web
Main Plaza Park: 830-248-1635; 100 N Main St, downtown. Concerts, movies, fairs, festivals
Patrick Heath Public Library: 830-249-3053; 451 N Main St, Bldg 100, Web




THEATER PERFORMANCES: At Heart of Texas Events Center, monthly on 2nd Sat. See profile below.
HOT: New Years Celebration: Tony Booth & Justin Trevino Show: 2023: Sat 12/30; 2024: TBD
HOT: Amber Digby & Justin Trevino Show: 2023: Sun 12/31, 2:30-4:30p; 2024: TBD
HOT: Jody Nix & The Texas Cowboys Show: $20/p. 2024: Fri 1/19, 8-11p; 2024: TBD

PUMPKIN FEST: At Fair Weather Farm, 2200 CR-116. Petting farm, scarecrow contest, hay rides, photo ops, snow cones, pumpkin painting, sand art. Free admission. 2023: 10/14-16; 2024: TBD

HALLOWEEN IN THE HEART: Trunk or Treat, games, activities. See Chamber below. 2023: Sat 10/31; 2024: TBD

HUNTER'S APPRECIATION DINNER: At Civic Center. Annual event. 2023: Sat, 11/18, 6p; 2024: TBD

MCCULLOCH COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW & PREMIER AUCTION: At 114 West Main (FM-714). 325-456-2372. Web. This show highlights FFA and 4-H organizations through youth exhibition of rabbits, sheep, goats, angoras, cattle, swine, and agriculture mechanics projects. Donations appreciated. 2023: Thur 11/30: Set up; Fri 12/1-Sat 12/2; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS IN THE HEART PARADE: 2023: Sat 12/9; 2024: TBD

LET'S SAY GOOD-BYE DANCE: At Heart of Texas Events Center. Live music. 2023: 12/30, 8p-Midnight; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Brady/McCulloch County Chamber Of Commerce: 325-597-3491; 102 E 15th St. Web, info@bradytx.com
(Ed Davenport) Civic Center: 325-597-2152; 816 San Angelo Hwy. Facebook
Heart of Texas Events Center: 325-597-1895; 804 San Angelo Hwy. Facebook
Heart of Texas (HOT) Country Music Assn: 325-597-1895. Schedule: Web, HOT: Web
(The) McCulloch County Library: 325-597-2617; 401 E Commerce, Brady, TX 76825. Web
(The) Palace Theatre: 325-597-1711; 105 W Commerce St, Brady, TX 76825. Facebook. Non-profit




LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
(The) Lighthouse Restaurant & Lounge: 512-213-1313; 513 Sleat Dr. Web. Live entertainment, water view




LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Briggs Community Center: 512-556-1471; 185 Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608-9998. Facebook
Gum Springs Bar & Grill: 512-627-5717; 3225 US-183. Restaurant/Cafe
Lonesome Pine Event Center: 512-761-0880; 6145 FM-2657


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LAKESHORE LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Crafternoon: Get artsy, crafty with friends. Materials provided. Free. Every Wed, 2p
Ben Goes to a Show Program: Sonny Shanks, a dog show specialist, will share the excitement and discipline it takes to be successful at dog shows. Meet Ben and his ribbons. Free to public. 2024: 2/12 2-3p
Movies, Performances, Guest Speakers, Programs, More: Check web schedule

INKS LAKE STATE PARK EVENTS: See profile below.
Star Party: Hosted by non-profit Austin Astronomical Society. Monthly, alternates with Pedernales Falls State Park. Practical session with loaner telescopes and mentoring. Typ 7-10p. Check schedule: Web. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required.
Holiday Crafts: Join a park ranger to make and decorate nature-themed ornaments. All materials will be provided. High likelihood of hot chocolate. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required. 2023: Sat 12/16, 4-5p; 2024: TBD
Holiday Festival of Lights: Campers can decorate their sites for joy and prizes. Everyone is invited to drive through the park to see the lights. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required. 2023: Sat 12/16, 6-8p; 2024: TBD
Cowboy Coffee Roundup: Sip fresh-brewed coffee while learning a new outdoor skill. Be green and bring your own cup or thermos. Weekly event. 2024: Sat 2/24 8:30-9:30a
Ranger Talk: Pollinators: Master Naturalist talks about pollinators and their importance to ecosystem. At Park Store porch. 2024: Sat 2/24 10-11a
Guided Nature Hike: Park ranger or volunteer on an informative 0.2 mi hike to Devil's Waterhole. Learn about native plants, animals, geology. 2024: Sat 2/24 1-2p

CANYON OF THE EAGLES:
Cowboy Poet, Live Music & Programs: Schedule: Various Days/Times, see website
Eagle Eye Observatory: Spectacular nighttime viewing for stargazers to witness the wonders of the Universe through the Observatory telescopes and interactive presentations offered by an Astronomer. Web. Schedule: Every Day (except Mon & Tue in Feb)
Enjoy Nature Trails: At Canyon Of The Eagles. Enjoy 16 mi of groomed trails to walk, bike ride, sketch, journal, or take nature photography. Trails open from dawn to dusk daily. Select trails are closed annually from 3/1 - 9/1 for nesting season of endangered birds. Well-behaved, leached dogs are welcome. Guided hikes available. Visit Guest Services office to pick-up free trail map and purchase nature guides. Report bird sightings to ebird.org to register your finds. Web. Schedule: Every Day
Movies Under The Stars: Fri nights on Patio at sunset, outdoors, family friendly. Free. Selections vary weekly but will be announced. No day pass needed for guests staying overnight or visiting Eagle Nest Lounge or Overlook Restaurant.

SPIDER MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK: See profile below. SMBP Events. Lift-served DH bike racing
• 2024: 2/10, Hill Country Downhill • Winter Series #2
• 2024: 3/16, Hill Country Downhill • Winter Series #3

OPEN MIC NIGHT: At Templeton's Tavern. Come out and show everyone "what you got". Rap battlers, contortionists, poets, musicians, comedians, magicians. Almost any act is welcome! Each legit act that signs up and gets on stage will get 15 minutes to share their talent and $5 credit with to use that night. If you have a tip jar, bring it - you have 15 minutes to fill! Sign up the day of, you can email templetonstavern@gmail.com or message the bar. Schedule: Every 1st Fri, 6:30-9:30p

POOL TOURNAMENT: At Pardners Night Club. $10 and goes to winner's pot. Facebook. Every Thurs, 9p-Midnight. Practice: 8p. Play: 9p. Buy-in: 8:30p

TORR NA LOCHS VINEYARD & WINERY ACTIVITIES:
Winery Comedy Tour: 2024: Sat 3/23, Open: 6:30p, Show 7p

CONCERT: At Highland Lakes Methodist Church, 8303 RR-1431.
Handel's Messiah in Concert: A performance of experts by Highland Lakes Classical Chorus, a group of volunteer choral singers from across the region. 2023: Sun, 11/19, 4-6p; 2024: TBD

BOATING: The very popular and large Lake Buchanan is available for boating fun. Free! Lots of boat rentals, launch ramps, plus dining & entertainment at the shore. See Boating & Marine

FISHING: The very popular and large Lake Buchanan is available for great fishing. Free! Lots of guided services, boat rentals, launch ramps, etc. See Fishing

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Buchanan Community Center: 512-793-2715; 2395 TX-261, Buchanan Dam. Loc: SW
Canyon Of The Eagles: 512-334-2070; 16942 RR-2341, at NE section of the lake. Web, Facebook
Hill Country Hall: 512-793-4090; 512-755-1067; 15675 TX-29 E, Buchanan Dam. Web. Event venue, available for rental. Loc: SW
Highland Lakes Methodist Church: 8303 RR-1431
Inks Lake State Park: 512-793-2223, 3630 Park Rd 4 West. TPWD WebHill Country Parks & LakesHill Country Parks & Lakes Entrance Fee: Adult: $7/day, Under 13: Free. Camping, fishing, volunteer, Ranger Programs, Devil's Waterhole
Lakeshore Branch Library: 325-379-1174; 7346 TX-261, Buchanan Dam, TX 78609. Web, Facebook. A variety of activities and events. Free frequent movies. Meeting room. Print/copy/fax. Wi-fi. Puzzles. And, of course, newspapers, magazines & BOOKS!
Longhorn Cavern State Park: 6211 Park Road 4 S, Burnet, TX
Pardners Night Club: 512-793-2432; 15615 TX-29. Facebook
Spider Mountain: 512-939-6006; 570 CR-133. Facebook
    • Templeton's Tavern: Live entertainment, Open Mic Night.
    • Spider Mountain Bike Park: Mountain trail biking, hiking, chair lift rides mountain top
TORR NA LOCHS VINEYARD & WINERY: 512-766-0555; 7055 TX-29 W. torrnalochs.com. Vines, winery, tasting room, club, events, light food menu. No pets or smoking. Loc: Inks, 6.5 mi W of Burnet




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INTERNATIONAL BARBECUE COOKERS ASSN (IBCA): 512-806-3267; Web. Local event: Bucks Backyard Annual BBQ Cook-Off, 1750 FM-1626 S. Web. Robert Badger: 512-618-9884, robertbishopbadger@gmail.com - 2024: 4/5

COWORKING POP-UP SERIES: Buda EDC sponsor, at Moreau Center. Get Stuff Done. All free: coffee, snacks, wi-fi, office space, professional networking, optional lunch & learn. 9a-5p. 2023: 10/19, 11/16, 12/21; 2024: TBD

CAMP MOODY FAMILY CAMPOUT: Families gather together for a campout under the stars at YMCA Camp Moody located on Onion Creek. See web for more activities. 2023: 9/30, 10/21, 11/4; 2024: TBD

ART GROUP: At Inspired Minds Art Center (see profile below). Stitching, hand sewing, crochet, embroidery, quilting & fiber arts group. A free, fun, casual, weekly group to chat, work on your craft and enjoy getting together. Bring sack lunch if you'd like; coffee, tea and water available. RSVP each week. Susan Guerra: susan@inspiredminds.art or 512-256-0181. Every Tue, 10:30a-12:30.

FAM DAY: Family Art on Main, City Arts Program. At Inspired Minds Art Center (see profile below). Bring your kids for a creative break! It's free, outdoor fun for the family! Choose your favorite craft supplies, and load them onto your tray. Only take what you think you'll need. You can always come back for more! Find workspace at an open table or on grass outside. Create! Have fun! Express yourself! Dump unused supplies into Discard Tubs. Take home your fabulous art! RSVP. Every 1st Sat, Noon-2p

COMMUNITY PAINT & SKETCH: City Arts Program. At Inspired Minds Art Center (see profile below). Spend afternoon painting with community in our studio! Select Saturdays. 1-3p. Free with required RSVP. Are you looking for an excuse to be creative and spend time with your community? Joy Bliss invites you to join her for an afternoon of painting and drawing. Bring your own art supplies, canvas, sketchbook, and gather together with the creative community. During this open studio time, you work on your own unique paintings and drawing, get to know your community, and Joy is available to give you feedback if you're looking for some. This meetup is great for any level of artists from beginners and dabblers to professionals looking to share the creative experience. All are welcome! Class capped at 15 participants. Ages 14+

COMMUNITY YOGA: Free Sat morning yoga for adults and teens at Willow Gardens Hot Yoga, 512-523-8162; 302 S Main St, Ste 103. Registration required. Donation based. Every Sat, 9-10a.

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Bradford Pond 2. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Basil Anthony Moreau Center: 303 Main St.
Buck's Backyard: 512-312-9456; 1750 FM-1626. Web. Large, rustic hangout with full bar, food, pool tables, deck, outdoor shows, live music every Fri-Sat night
Buda Amphitheater & City Park: 512-523-1081; 204 San Antonio St. Web
Buda Public Library: 512-295-5899; 303 Main St. Web. Many programs & activities.
Camp Moody-YMCA: 512-523-9640; 1220 Old San Antonio Rd. Web. Health and wellness experience, personal training, pool, nature setting, miles of hiking trails, canoeing, camping, state-of-the-art swim facility, cardio equipment, summer day camps, challenge course, special & corporate events, venue rental
Nate's In Buda: 512-523-8256; 306 S Main St, #101. Web. Downtown, bites, coffee, wine, full bar, cocktails, draft beer, live music, DJ, comedy
Hays Communities YMCA: 512-523-0099; 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. Web. See events on web.
Inspired Minds Art Center: 512-364-3630; 121 Main St. Web. Gallery, classes, camps, events
Pinballz Kingdom: 512-523-4080; 15201 S IH-35. Web. Classic & modern games indoor & out, events, parties, bar, Mikki's tavern food, Mikki’s Biergarten
Sportsplex: 512-523-0099; 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. Web. 52-ac park features a short trail system, large playground, plenty of open parkland. Includes pavilion, 4 baseball/softball fields, 4 recreational fields, restroom facilities, picnic tables, public dog park.




Note: Spring Branch and Bulverde are neighboring, sister towns, and share many facilities, including the Chamber and events. See Spring Branch Activities below.

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BINGO IN BULVERDE: At Bulverde Community Center. Prizes: $50-$300. Chamber sponsored. Every month, 1st Fri, 5:30-9p.

KARAOKE THURSDAY: Every Thurs, Cibolo Creek Vineyards, 5p

SATURDAY NIGHT RODEO: At Tejas Rodeo Co. Live music, dance, food. Bull riding, tie down roping, team roping, barrel racing, breakaway roping, mutton busting & calf scramble for kids. Tickets available on-line. Mar-Nov, Every Sat. Gate: 5p; Rodeo: 6:30p; Music/Dance: 9p

VFW BURGER NIGHT: At BSB Activity Center. Sponsored by and benefiting Bulverde VFW Post #12205. Every 3rd Fri, 5-8p

CHAMBER EVENTS:
Coffee With The Chamber: Wednesdays: 7:30-7:50: Networking; 8-8:45: Program; 8:45-9: Networking. Typ at Bulverde Visitors and Event Center, located Inside the Hampton Inn, 499 Singing Oaks, Spring Branch. Free. Register on Chamber web if you plan to attend. See schedule on web.
Mixers: Typically: free, held monthly, after work hours (5:30-7:30p-ish), at GVTC Auditorium (36101 FM-3159, New Braunfels) and varying other locations. For some events you have to be a Chamber member. Free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards. See schedule at Chamber Calendar
Sunset Cinema Movie Night: At Parking Lot-East/Lower behind library, outdoors, for ages over 12. Bring lawn chairs or blanket, popcorn free of charge, but attendees are welcome to bring any food or beverages they would like to enjoy during the movie. Registration required: Web, 5:30-7:30p

POET PROGRAM: Police Officers Educating Teens. At Bulverde City Hall. The class and all materials are free to attendees. Debbie Lisso: 830-438-3612 x217. Schedule: Check Chamber web. Typ Fridays, 5:15-8p

MAMMEN FAMILY PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS: See profile below.
Veterans Day Celebration: Join our celebration. Includes meet & greet, colors, anthem, prayer, dignitary recognition, keynote address, performance by Air Force Band clarinet quartet, military film screening. Hosted by Chamber Veteran's Council. 2023: 11/11, 10:30a-3p; 2024: TBD
Friends Of The Barld Holiday Tea: A festive occasion hosted by the Friends of the Library as a way to thank all of the library patrons in the community. Enjoy specialty teas and treats. All ages welcome. Free. 2023: Thur 12/7, 4-6p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS GIFT MAKING WORKSHOP: At Grace Fellowship. Elementary age kids invited to come and make gifts for their special grown-ups. High quality gifts that are simple enough for children to make. Snacks/treats provided for adults so we can build relationships with them while their kids are making gifts. The Gospel will be shared with everyone during this FREE event. Register on web below. 2023: Sat 12/2, 9a-Noon; 2024: TBD

HOLIDAY HUNGER RUN: At Bulverde Community Park. Virtual & live 5K Run/Walk; & Elf run for kids. Registration fee. Benefits Provisions Outreach. On-line Registration. Packet pickup & run-day registration: 7:45a. Web. 2023: Sat 12/2, 9-11a; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS CAROLING WITH PROJECT 10:27: At Highland Senior Village, 30445 Willow Branch, Bulverde. Free. Sign-Up Link. 2023: Sat 12/9, 6:30-8p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Bulverde Community Park: 29815 Bulverde Ln
Bulverde Musik In The Park: Web. Free, live music. Free parking
Bulverde Spring Branch Activity Center: 830-438-3111; 30280 Cougar Bend, downtown Bulverde. Web. Senior outreach, social activities, health, fitness, community events
Bulverde Spring Branch Area Chamber of Commerce: 121 Bulverde Crossing, Ste 115, Bulverde, TX 78163. 830-438-4285; Web, mixers, programs
Bulverde Community Center: 210-843-5227; 1747 Ammann Rd E. Web
Bulverde/Spring Branch Library (Mammen Family Public Library): 830-438-4864; 131 Bulverde Crossing Rd, Bulverde, TX 78163. Web, Facebook. Many programs & activities, including live entertainment.
Cibolo Creek Vineyards: 830-438-0300; 29675 Bulverde Ln, Web. Wine bar, tasting room, cocktails, beer, food, covered patio, live entertainment, events. Not a winery
Gloria Deo Academy Pavilion & Grounds: 830-443-9737; 1110 Bulverde Road. Web
Grace Fellowship-A Baptist Community: 830-438-3754; 32445 US-281 N (corner of 281 & Casey Rd). Web
Jumbo Evans Sports Park: 210-488-8063; Jumbo Evans Blvd. Web
Specht's Store, Restaurant & Saloon: 830-438-1888; 112 Specht Rd. Web. Live music, events
S.T.A.G.E: 830-438-2339; 1300 Bulverde Rd. Web
Tejas Rodeo Co: 830-980-2226;401 Obst Rd. Web


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BURNET COUNTY 4-H & FFA JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW: Burnet, at Fairgrounds. Web. 2024: 1/4-6

AUSTIN STEAM TRAIN ASSOCIATION TRAIN RIDES: 512-477-8468; Historic railroad operates vintage passenger cars pulled by a 1960 diesel Alco Engine while the 1916 steam engine is restored. Coach and Lounge car rides available on Sun. Originating in Cedar Park (except the Bertram Flyer), the excursion goes into the Hill Country, including a brief stop at Bertram (take the "BERTRAM FLYER" to explore the 1912 Train Depot) and to Burnet (take the "HILL COUNTRY FLYER" with a relaxed layover for a picnic or lunch at a restaurant of your choice). Special trips for major occasions (Valentine's, Mardi Gras, Bluebonnet, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Christmas and themed trips) with performances, mystery players, magic and fun activities on board. Seats are reserved and pre-assigned. Operates year-around. Times & locations vary so check schedule on web. Web. Schedule: All Year. 2024: Sun 1/28 Wine Train 11a-5p

CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See topics & schedule at web below. Sponsorships available.
Coffee & Conversation: At Hill Country Community Foundation/Reed Bldg, 402 E Jackson Street. First 15 minutes devoted to networking. Then attendee introductions and an update from a community leader on a topic relevant to the business community. Typically about 25 attendees. No fee to attend. Schedule: Typically held every month, 3rd Tue, 8-9a. 2024: 1/23 BCISD Updates; 2/13 TxDOT Transportation Update
Business After Hours (mixer): Typically: free, held monthly, after work hours (5-7p-ish), at varying locations, don't have to be a Chamber member (just show interest); free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards.
Chamber Lunch & Learn: Held 3-4 times a year, these seminars are designed to provide takeaways that can easily apply to your business. Cost: usually $10 for members (includes lunch), $15 non-members. 2024: 2/6, 11a-1p, Social Media Best Practices, at HC Foundation Bldg, 402 E Jackson.
Women in Business: Held in partnership with Bertram Chamber, this event provides time to network and enjoy lunch. After that, there is a panel discussion on a topic of interest to business women. See web for location details.
Chamber Quarterly Membership Event: $15/,p RSVP req'd. 2024: Tue 2/20 11:30a-1p
Chamber Ambassadors: A new program to enhance the image of the Chamber and promote membership by attending Chamber functions, visiting current & prospective members, and assisting Chamber staff with various programs and projects throughout the year. Next meeting: learn about Chamber happenings, volunteer opportunities, and how the Ambassador program will be structured in 2024. RSVP appreciated so we have enough seating. Check web for meetings and details. No cost to participate as a volunteer. 2024: 1/17, 9-10:30a, at Chamber Conf Rm
Chamber Annual Awards Banquet: At Community Center. $50/p. 2024: Sat 2/24, Social: 6p, Dinner: 7p
Christmas Decorating Contest Judging: Decoration of business windows and storefronts for the most festive time of year. Winner receives recognition on social media and our e-newsletter! Web. 2024: TBD
More Activities: Check web below or Calendar

CITY OF BURNET EVENTS: See topics & schedule at web below.
• Chunk Your Junk: Web with map. Only certain kinds of items accepted. Must present driver license & utility bill. 2023: 12/2, 8A-Noon; 2024: TBD.

BURNET LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below for specific dates
Baby's First Storytime: Children newborn to 2 years are welcome to sit on Mrs. Vicki's or a loved ones lap and enjoy stories, finger play and songs. 2024: 10:15-11:15a
Storytime: Designed for young children. Incorporates stories, music, games and crafts to encourage an early love of reading. Older children welcome to join. 2024: 10:15-11:15a
Chapter Book Storytime: Includes reading multiple chapters & discussion topics. Once the book is completed, there will be a week for activities. Intended for ages 7 & up. 2024: 11:15a-12:15
Cozy Mystery Tea: 2024: 1/27, 10a & 1:30p. Required: Registration
Roses - Master Gardener: Learn all about roses and how to grow them in the Texas Hill Country. Web. 2024: 2/10 10:15-11:45a

HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: See profile below for specific dates
Seminar: Content Marketing & Social Media: $10/mbr, $15/non-mbr, includes lunch. 2024: 2/6, 11a-1p

YMCA ACTIVITIES: See profile below

Diva Dawgs & Bulldog Bros: Dancing, dodgeball, light refreshments. Volunteers needed. Darlene Denton: 512-715-3668; ddenton@burnetcisd.net

VFW ACTIVITIES:
Bingo: Every Mon & Thurs, 5p
Burger Night: 2nd & 4th Tue, 5-8p. Made to order.
Potluck dinner: Every Fri. Free for vets and their families. 5p
Open To Public: Canteen is open every day to public for beer, wine and setups. Kitchen serves water, soft drinks and on-site prepared food. Smoke free
WEDDING OAK WINERY TASTING ROOM ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Wine Down, Live Music: 5-7p. 2024: Fri 2/16, 2/28, more
Wine Train: Enjoy a 2-hour train ride from Cedar Park spanning South San Gabriel River while conversing and wine tasting with members of the Wedding Oak family. In Burnet, food and wine available for purchase during a 2-hour layover at the tasting room that is complete with two-story views, patio and rooftop terrace in the historic 1888 Badger Building in town square. Enjoy the ride as the train returns to the Cedar Park Depot in the afternoon. 2024: Sun 2/11, more

FREE MEAL AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST): 512-756-2223; 204 E Graves St. fccburnettx.org. On Mondays Kitchen serves free meal to the community at 4:30p

BLOOD DRIVE: At Ascension Seton, 3201 S Water St. 2024: Tue 1/23, 9a-2p. Eat full meal before donating; must bring photo ID.

KARAOKE: At VanBrocklin's, every Wed, 6:30-9:30p. Free

SUMMER SERIES-JACKSON STREET JAMS: At downtown Square on Jackson Street. Enjoy live music, shopping at local downtown businesses, food trucks and street dance. No coolers or alcohol. Parking: free, Admission: free. Web
2023 Schedule: Summer, every 3rd Sat, 6/17, 7/15, 8/19

DINNER TONIGHT COOKING SCHOOL: At AgriLife Extension office. A healthy cooking class with recipes and a side of emergency preparedness tips. Experts will demonstrate recipes that are appropriate in emergency situations as well as talk about generator safety, supply kits, and preparing for an emergency. Doors open at 5:30p; program starts at 6p. Registration is $20 by 9/22. Web

TRAILBLAZER ACTIVITIES:
Ace In The Hole Poker Club: Texas Hold'em, Tue: 1-4p; Wed: 6-9p. Free admission. Beginners welcome.
Live Music: Every Fri, check Web below for lineup.

TURKEY TROT & FALL CARNIVAL: At Shady Grove Elementary. Web. 9-10a: Fun-Run-Walk-Family. Free admission. Canned good donation for charity encouraged. 10a-Noon: Carnival, with free games, bounce house, snacks, face paint, duning, petting, cake walk, prizes, bullpup train. Wear red, white, blue for Vets Day! 2023: 11/11; 2024: TBD

VETERANS DAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST: At #VFW 6974, 1402 Buchanan Drive. Free for vets and their families. 2023: 11/11, 8-10a; 2024: TBD

THANKSGIVING LUNCH: At Vanderveer Church, 102 Vanderveer. 830-693-5689. Web. Food, fellowship, fun. Free. 2023: 11/18, 11a-2p; 2024: TBD

TURKEY DINNER PICKUP: Drive-through, at Burnet PD, 2000 US-281 S. If you need meal delivered: 512-756-6404 by 11/21. Free. 2023: 11/22, 3-6p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS PURSE AUCTION & FASHION SHOW: At Restoration Center, 402 E Jackson. Web. Ticket req'd. 2023: 12/3, 1-3p; 2024: TBD

STORY OF THE NUTCRACKER: At Burnet HS, 1000 The Green Mile. Studio 29 Dance presents this Christmas ballet with Burnet HS Highlandettes performing the Snow Scene. Tickets: $12/adults, $7/child. Web. 2023: 12/1, 6p; 12/2, 3p & 7:30p, 12/3, 3p; 2024: TBD

TOY DRIVE: At Burnet Fire Station (2002 US-281 S) & Chevrolet Buick (2301 US-281). Drop off toys or money donations at either of these locations. Donations to be split among several local holiday charities. 2023: 12/6, 6a-3p; 2024: TBD

SANTA & A C-47: At Kate Craddock Field, 2204 US-281 S. Web. Highland Lakes Squadron of Commemorative Air Force will host Santa and a C-47, including a unique Christmas photo-op. 2023: Fri 12/8, 6p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING: At High School Amphitheater and courtyard. Student organizations are providing holiday activities for children of all ages. Santa Claus available for photos. 2023: Mon 12/11, 6p; 2024: TBD

BEGINNER BAND CONCERT: At High School Auditorium. Annual seasonal concert by Burnet Middle School. Free. 2023: Thur 12/14, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

SCHOOL CHAMBER BAND CONCERT: At High School Cafeteria. Annual Christmas concert. Free admission. 2023: Thur 12/14, 7-8p; 2024: TBD

CHUCK WAGON CHOW DOWN: At YMCA. Web. BBQ, auction, raffles, wine pull, live music. Benefits scholarships for women; and local non-profits. 2024: 1/27, 5:30p

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Hamilton Creek Park Lake. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
AgriLife Extension Office: 512-756-5463; 607 N Vandeveer St, Ste 100. Web. Variety of activities, see schedule
Bill's Burgers: 512-234-8216; 306 W Polk St, Burnet, TX 78611. Map. Live entertainment
Burnet Chamber of Commerce: 512-756-4297; Chamber Web. Event organizer, mixers
Burnet Community Center: 512-756-6093; 401 E Jackson St, adjacent to the Historic Square and 2 blocks off TX-29. Web
Burnet County Fair & Rodeo Grounds: 1301 Houston Clinton Dr, behind the airport. 979-324-9431
Burnet High School: 512-756-6193; 1000 The Green Mile. Web, Facebook
Harmony School of Creative Arts: HarmonyArts.org
Herman Brown Free Library: 512-715-5228; 100 E Washington St. Web. Many programs & activities (Genealogy, and lots more). hbfl@burnetcountylibrary.org
Highlander House Of Buffet & Steakhouse: 512-756-7401; 401 W Buchanan Dr. Facebook. Live entertainment
Hill Country Community Foundation, Reed Bldg: 402 E Jackson St
Hill Country Fellowship: 200 Houston Clinton Dr
Mad Hatters Provisions: 512-588-6060; 113 E Jackson Street. Web. Barber shop & Bar, sports TV
Trailblazer Grille: 512-756-7636; 216 S Main St. Web
Van Brocklin's Bistro: 512-756-7401; 401 Buchanan Dr. Web. Live entertainment. Karaoke
VFW & Aux #6974: 512-588-6070; 1402 Buchanan Dr. Web. Map
Wedding Oak Winery Tasting Room: 512-715-3303; 229 S Pierce St, on the Square. Web. Live music
YMCA of the Highland Lakes: 512-756-6180; 1601 S Water St (US-281 S). Web, Web. Multi-generational, multi-purpose recreational facility set on 34+ acres, including a large auditorium, adult fitness center, indoor and outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, RV park, splash pad, ballfields, indoor and outdoor tracks, and more! Includes teen-oriented "The Gen" Multi-Generation Center, a 3,000 sf facility. Located 2 mi S of Burnet. Mon–Fri: 5a–9p. Sat: 8a–5p. Sun: Closed


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Camp Wood Library: 830-597-3208; 106 S Nueces. Web. Many programs & activities.
Nueces Canyon Chamber of Commerce: 830-597-6241; 103 S Nueces St. Web


CANYON LAKE AREA
(Canyon City, Cranes Mill, Hancock, Sattler, Startzville)



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RIBEYE DINNER STEAK NIGHT & MONTHLY CAR SHOW: At The Patio At Brookshire Brothers Canyon Lake. Live entertainment. 830-935-3130; 18275 FM-306. Web. Grab a BBQ sandwich plate or anything else the deli has to offer. Beer/wine weekly specials; cold beverages. Free family-friendly live music under the sun, moon and stars. 2023: Mar-Oct, 6-9p; 2024: TBD

FALL FAIR & PET BLESSING: At St Francis by the Lake Episcopalian Church, 121 Spring Mountain Dr, Canyon Lake. 'PAWS-itively' fun community event geared to kids and adults of all ages as well as animal lovers everywhere. Includes food, crafts, vendors, food trucks, games, and photo and craft booths. 2023: Sat, 10/21, 3-7p; 2024: TBD

FALL FUN: At Tye Preston Library (with Heritage Museum and Library). Pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, activities for kids, photo ops. Costumes encouraged. 2023: Sat, 10/28, 1-3p; 2024: TBD

FALL FESTIVAL & COUNTRY BAZAAR: At St Andrew Lutheran Church, 7420 FM-2673, Canyon Lake. Raffle, costume contest, games and hayride, face painting, food, music and entertainment. 2023: Sat, 10/28, 9-2p; 2024: TBD

PEER’S MARIONETTES LIVE HALLOWEEN SHOW: At VFW Post #8800, 7755 FM-2673, Sattler/Canyon Lake. Family-owned handmade marionettes entertain crowds with timeless tunes. 2023: Sun, 10/29, 2p; 2024: TBD

SATTLER HALLOWEEN: At Sattler Business District/Canyon Lake. FM-2673 (CCSO will close the road). Lots of treats from businesses and groups that line the main road. Considered Canyon Lake’s premier Halloween event. 2023: Tue, 10/31, 5-7p; 2024: TBD

ASTRONOMY NIGHT STAR PARTY: At Tye Preston Library. Hosted by New Braunfels Astronomy Club. Rain or shine. If sky conditions are not permitting there will be an astronomy presentation. Schedule: Sat 11/18, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

THANKSGIVING DINNER: At Dam Red Barn, at base of Canyon Dam near Overlook Park, 16520 S Access Rd. Free annual event. Turkey & trimmings. Pets welcome. Donate or Q's: Dayna Robison 210-608-0758, daynarobison@yahoo.com - 2023: 11/20, 5-9p; 2024: TBD

THANKSGIVING DINNER: At VFW Post #8573, in Sattler, 16425 River Rd. Free annual event. Turkey & trimmings. Donate or Q's: 830-964-3334. 2023: 11/23, Noon-4p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS LIGHT SHOW: At Canyon Park, 1769 Canyon Park Rd, on N shore of lake. Synchronized drive-thru show. Christmas lights move and blink in musical synchronization with your car radio. Interactive light tunnels, an LED nativity display, thousands of light strands, hundreds of thousands of lights and a 40 ft mega tree. Benefits CCRC. Admission: Fri-Sun: $30 for standard vehicle, and $50 for premium vehicle; Sun-Thur: $25 for standard vehicle. 2023: 11/24-12/31, Sun-Mon, Wed-Thur: 5:30-10:30p, Fri-Sat: 5:30-11p; 2024: TBD

SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER & BLOOD DRIVE: At VFW Post #8573, 16425 River Rd, Canyon Lake (Sattler). Sign up to donate blood and enjoy $10 spaghetti dinner. Blood donors receive s’mores kit and mug. Annual fundraiser benefits VFW veterans and programs. 2023: 12/2, 2-6p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS PARADE: At Sattler. Hosted by Noon Lions. 2023: 12/9; 2024: TBD

BOATING: The very popular and large Canyon Lake is available for boating fun. Free! Lots of boat rentals, launch ramps, plus dining & entertainment at the shore. See Boating & Marine

FISHING: The very popular and large Canyon Lake is available for great fishing. Free! Lots of guided services, boat rentals, launch ramps, etc. See Fishing

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Canyon Lake at Canyon Park. See updated schedule: Dates

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CRRC Recreation Center: 830-964-3003; 125 Mabel Jones Dr, WebEvent Webrec.center@crrcofcanyonlake.org
Noon Lions: 806-420-4824; Web. Annual Satler Christmas parade
Tye Preston Memorial Library: 16311 S Access Rd. Canyon Lake. Many programs & activities.




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FREE FISH FRY: At Castell Store, customer appreciation day, live music, cash prizes, raffle, games. 2023 Schedule: 7/29

CASTELL GENERAL STORE ANNUAL EVENTS: All on Sat. See profile below.
Polar Bear Plunge: Celebrate the new year with a plunge into Llano River. 2023 & 2024: 1/1, 10-11a
Chili Cook-Off: Fee to cook, no fee to attend. 2023: 2/18, 9a-5p; 2024: TBD
Castell Grind: Bike race. 2023: 4/1, 9a-5p; 2024: TBD
White Trash Bash: Redneck roping, parade at 7p, live band 7:30, fireworks. 2023: 7/1; 2024: TBD
Testicle Festival: 2023: 5/20, 9a-5p; 2024: TBD
Customer Appreciation: Fish fry, live music, 42 Tourney, bingo. cash prizes, raffles. 2023: 7/21, 5-8p; 2024: TBD
Cockaroo Music Fest: Free admission. 2023: 9/16. Noon; 2024: TBD
Coctoberfest & BBQ Cook-Off: Live music. Bloddy Marys Fee to cook, no fee to attend. 2023: 10/20-21; 2024: TBD
Hunter Appreciation: Catfish dinner, gun auction, raffle, live music, dancing. Free admission. 2023: 11/4, 7-10p; 2024: TBD
Gumbo Cook-off: Live music. Fee to cook, no fee to attend. Annual event. 325-247-4100. 2023: 12/2, 9a-6p; 2024: TBD

CASTELL VFD BBQ: At Fire Hall. Fundraiser. BBQ, deserts, beer. Live music, cake auction. Donations Welcome. 2023: 7/29, 6p; 2024: TBD

PONTOTOC VFD BBQ & CAKE AUCTION: At Pontotoc Community Center. Fundraiser. Live music, cake auction. Donations Welcome. 2023: 9/16, 6:30-8:30p; 2024: TBD

SCHOOL HOUSE SOCIAL: At General Store. 5:30: Pork chops & sausage & fixings. 6-8p: Live band. Cake auction, raffle. Fundraiser. Donations appreciated. 2023: 10/7; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: At Llano River Downstream. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Castell General Store: 325-247-4100; 19522 RR-152 West. Web, Facebook 1, Facebook 2
Castell Fire Hall: 19148 RR-152 W
Community Castell School & Community Center:




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Cedar Park Public Library: 512-401-5600; 550 Discovery Blvd. Web. Many programs & activities.
Cedar Park Recreation Center: 1435 Main St
(The) Crossover: 888-725-0156; 1717 Scottsdale Dr. Web
H-E-B Center: 512-600-5001; 183A Frontage Rd, 2100 Ave of the Stars. Web. Rodeos, shows, live entertainment. See web calendar.




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GAME NIGHT: At Central Provisions. A night of family fun with board games, dominoes, made up games or whatever kind of games you like. Bring your own or choose from our extensive selection! Weekly themes alternate between Chess, Bingo, Board Games. Deli, local foods, beer, wine, sometimes live music. Every Fri, 5-8p

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Central Provisions: 830-634-3663; 227 FM-480. Web. Family fun with board games, dominoes, made up games or whatever kind of games you like. Bring your own or choose from our extensive selection! Weekly themes alternate between Chess, Bingo, Board Games. Deli, local foods, beer, wine, sometimes live music.




CHEROKEE CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL: At Cherokee Crossroads, 4160 FM-501 W. 214-981-0700. Annual event by a nonprofit organization to raise money for children's charities and local public service organizations. Web. 2024: May, Date TBD


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KENDALL COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW & SALE: Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center, See profile below. Free annual event. 830-249-9343. Facebook. 2024: Jan 1-3, 10a-10p

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Cattle Shows: At Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center, See profile below. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/13-14 thru to the 1/20 "Grandstand Sale" at Fredericksburg Fairgrounds

CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Mixers: Typically: free, held monthly 2nd Thur, 5:30p, at varying other locations. For some events you have to be a Chamber member. Free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards. See schedule on web below. 2024: 2/8 6-7:15p at Aloha Meat Market; 4/11 5:30-6:30p at Debzee's Vintage, 515 6th Street
Annual Chamber Banquet: At Spinelli Wedding Venue, 331 Fifth Street. 2024: Thur 4/4 5:30-10p

ALAMO COUNTRY KICKERS SA STOCK SHOW TRAIL RIDE THRU COMFORT: Discover the excitement of the Alamo Country Kickers SA Stock Show Trail Ride as it traverses through Comfort. Web. 2024: Fri 2/2 8-8p

COMFORT VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT - FISH FRY: At 224 W Hwy 473, Comfort. Join us for a delectable evening in support of the CVFD at our Annual Fish Fry on March 29, starting at 4 pm until sold out. Indulge in our expertly prepared fish fry to-go plates, crafted to perfection. Your generous participation directly contributes to the essential services provided by our dedicated volunteers. Let's unite as a community to show appreciation for their commitment and ensure the ongoing success of the CVFD. Web. 2024: Fri 3/29 4-6p or sold out

GOLDEN AGE CENTER - SPRING BAKE SALE: At Comfort Golden Age Center, 628 TX-27. 2024: Sat 3/30 9a-Noon or sold out

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND ARTISANS DAY & COMFORT READ-A-THON:
A vibrant showcase celebrating the talents of local authors, artists and artisans. Attendees can immerse themselves in a diverse array of literary works, artistic creations and handcrafted goods, fostering a sense of community and appreciation for the rich tapestry of talents within this area. At Comfort Backyard, 723 Front St (behind Newsom Vineyards). Web. 2024: Sat 4/20 8a-8p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
AgriLife Extension Office: Web
Comfort Chamber of Commerce: 830-995-3131, 630 TX-27, Web, Fcebook. info@comfort-texas.com
Aloha Meat Market: 509 Front St.
Comfort Park: 830-995-3131; 403 TX-27, 4th & Main. See Chamber.
Comfort Public Library: 830-995-2398; 701 High St. Web
Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center: 830-331-8242; 649 FM-289. Web Calendar. Home to 4-H, FFA and Jr. Livestock members who participate in agriculture and equestrian activities, competitions and educational enterprises.




CASI-SANCTIONED CHILI COOK-OFF EVENTS: See profiles below
Chili On The Frio: At Frio Country Resort. Web. In support of Concan Volunteer Fire Department. Enter chili, margaritas, beans, chili, chicken wings. 43 furnished cabins, 14 full RV hook-up 50 Amp sites. Cassandra Perry, 830-486-8509; cassandra@friocountry.com - 2024: Feb 10-11

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Garner State Park, Frio River. See updaarped schedule: Dates

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Frio Country Resort: 1996 CR-348
Garner State Park: 830-232-6132, TPWD Web
House Pasture - Cattle Co: 830-232-6580, 3064 CR-348 (River Rd). Web. Restaurant. Live music venue. Regular show schedule, see web.




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THEATER (HCCT): Live performances. Times vary. Tickets required. See web below. 2023: Little Shop Of Horror, 9/29-10/15; It's A Wonderful Life, 12/1-17. 2024: Texas Gypsies, Sat-Sun 1/13-14 (big band hits from the 1940s by this 6-piece Grammy Award-winning band); The Wonderful Wonderettes, 2/2-18; A Few Good Men, 4/5-21; Putnam County Spelling Bee, 6/21-7/7; Greater Tuna, 8/16-25;

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Hiccups Sports Bar and Grill: 4119 FM-2147. Classic sports bar & grill with brews, burgers, pizza, wings, the big games on TV
Hill Country Community Theatre (HCCT): Tickets: 830-798-8944; Ofc: 830-693-2474; 4003 FM-2147 W. Web. A non-profit that stages family-oriented theatre. Tickets required for main quarterly performances. Free admittance at rehearsals.
Lake LBJ Yacht Club & Marina: 830-693-9172; 200 S Wirtz Dam Rd. Web. Marina, boat rentals, cabins, restaurant










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30-06 CLUB: A buying syndicate for 4-H & FFA Livestock Show Auction that supports the future of agriculture though our kids. Donations accepted. Betty Hahn: 830-669-2353

DOSS ANNUAL PICNIC & BBQ: Sat evening program. Mid-May

DOSS COMMUNITY CLUB & COMMUNITY CENTER SCHEDULE, 2024:
Club Meeting: Fellowship, 6:30 Meal. Chili furnished. Program on upcoming election. Dues due. 2024: Sat 6p: 1/27, 2/24
Trunk Or Treat: At S parking lot. Games, movie. Annual event. 2024: Oct, TBD
Chili & Tamale Fundraiser: Prize drawing, ticket required. Annual event. 2024: Nov, TBD
Christmas Gathering: Doss Community Club, along with Doss school students and families. Program by students at 6:15p; then meal. Club will provide ham & rolls. Bring a side or desert. Santa & Mrs will attend. Bring unwrapped toy for Toys For Tots. 2024: Sat, Dec, TBD

DOSS 4-H CLUB: Meets Mondays at Community Center, 6:30p
Rabies Clinic: At Community Center, Sat 2/3 9a-1p

DOSS CLUCKS: Meets monthly, at Doss Country Kitchen, 2nd Wed, 6p. All women invited. Doss VFD

DOSS STORE: Grand opening and Full Moon party, meal, live music. 2024: 1/26, 11a-10p

DOSS VFD SCHEDULE, 2024:
VFD Officers' & General Meeting: At Firehouse, 2024: Mon 2/12, 6p
VFD Work Day: At Firehouse, 2024: Sat 1/13, 8a
VFD Monthly Training: At Firehouse, Thur, 6p. 2024: 1/13, 1/18
Labor Day Fish Fry: Annual event, popular VFD fundraiser, 5p at Community Center. Enjoy good ol' German "Oompah" music, dance, auction. 2024: 1st Sat 9/7
VFD Christmas Dinner: At Firehouse. 2024: TBD

DOSS SCHOOL:
Play: Annual play with students from all grades, accompanied by a bake sale and raffle held by the local residents and the Doss 4H Club members.
T-Shirt Design Contest: 2024: Celebrating 140th school anniversary. Submit design by 2/6 at school office or email trinabell_06@yahoo.com
Board Meeting: At School Cafe. 2024: 2/20 6:30p

ST PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Annual Meeting: 2024: Sun 1/21, right after service
Ash Wednesday: 2024: Wed 2/14 6:30p
Bake Sale: Annual event. 2024: Nov TBD
Set-up/Decorate: Volunteers needed: 2024: Dec TBD

ST PETER WOMEN OF FAITH:
Meeting: 2024: Sun 2/28

HILDA METHODIST CHURCH:
Methodist Women: At Fellowship Hall. All invited. 2024: Wed 2/14 6:30p
Ash Wednesday: 2024: Wed 2/14 6:30p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Community Center: 4174 RR-783 N
Doss Store & Country Kitchen: 830-669-2160; 14394 RR-783 N. At intersection with RR-648. Web. Gas, burgers, general store, feed, live music sometimes. Home of Rawhide store (western wear) and Los Muertos BBQ.
Friends of Doss School: Meetings at Doss School Cafe, 6p. All invited. 2024: Wed, 1/10
St Peter Lutheran Church: 830-669-2300; 14238 RR-783 N. Web
St Peter Women of Faith; St Peter Men in Mission




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FRIDAY DANCE LESSONS: At Mercer Dancehall. House music. Open 5-11p. Free lessons: 7:30-8:30

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: By Outside the City Limits, held at Vista Brewing. Free admission. Food & beverages available. 6-9p
2024: Schedule TBD

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Driftwood Community Center: 512-773-5592; 15100 FM-150 W (at CR-170). Former school house. Annual Heritage Evening & BBQ Supper (Heritage Day) in Oct. Monthly (1st Sat, 6:30p) community potluck suppers. Available for rental
Driftwood Dugout, Axe House & Sports Bar: 512-894-2026; 18992 FM-150. Web ·
Hays City Store & Icehouse: 512-722-3905; 8989 FM-150 W (at FM-3237). hayscitystoretx.com. Facebook. Restaurant, bar, live music, in & outdoor seating
Hill Country Tasting Room & Event Space: 512-829-8977; 18992 FM-150 W, Ste 101. Web. Wine & beer bar, ciders, meads
Mercer Dancehall: 512-858-4314; 23490 RR-12. Web. Open 5-11p. Dance floor, food, events, lodging, free dance lessons
Vista Brewing: 512-766-1842; 13551 FM-150 W, Driftwood, TX 78619. Web. Brewery, restaurant, farm


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RANCH PARK ACTIVITIES: See profile below. Ranch Park
Hays County Livestock Show: At Ranch Park. Web1, Web2. 2024: 1/13-28
Skateboarding Camp: For kids to learn basics of skateboarding. All skill levels welcome, especially beginners or simply interested but don't know where to start. Beyond tricks and technique, we will teach skateboarding’s values of hard work, friendship and courage. Camp includes: skateboarding safety, learning tricks, etiquette, peer to peer learning, skateboarding games & prizes. Supply List: helmet & pads (mandatory), pads (as necessary), "popsicle" skateboard (this is the style of modern skateboards), flat shoes/sneakers, water, snack. $175/child, age: 6-13. 2024: Wed-Thur 1/3-4, 9a-Noon; 3/11-15 9a-Noon
No Limits Monster Trucks: An action-packed motorsport with wild drivers locked in exciting competitions featuring racing , 2 wheel skill, and the popular Freestyle Competition. 2024: Sat 2/3 7p
Polo Tournament: Texas Arena League. Web. 2024: Fri 3/15-17
Fancy Feathers Poultry & Rabbit Show: APA/ABA Open, Junior and backyard Poultry Show, Junior Showmanship in poultry and rabbits, Egg Show, Sarama Tabletop, Games Silent Auction Bucket/Main Raffle Concessions Vendors Craft/photo contest, rabbit show. Facebook:2024: Sat 2/10 9a-4p
Hunters & Jumpers: Web. 2024: Sat-Sun 3/9-10
Ranch Park Rec Days: A full day of exploration and learning, including games, crafts, trail wayfinding, vermi-compost workshop, more. Ages 6-11, 9a-5p, $50/p
Star Party: 2024: Fri 3/1
Family Nerf Night: Darts and obstacles provided. Ages 4+. $5/p. Web. 2024: Fri 2/2; Fri 3/22 6p
Mat Pilates: Mondays, 9-10a, $12/class, Ages 18+, Registration req'd. Web. 2024: 1/29-3/18
Wild Game Dinner: Supports charities. Tkt. 2024: Sat 2/17 5-9p
Family Campout: An unforgettable night. Set up camp at Ranch Park, eat around the campfire and embark on a thrilling nocturnal adventure. Equipped with blacklights, our guide will lead you into the darkness in search of our native arachnids, revealing a mesmerizing world illuminated by their unique glow. Then you'll nestle into your tent, surrounded by comforting night sounds . Enjoy donuts at breakfast and end campout with morning hike led by local guide. We can't wait to make awesome memories with you. Space limited, online registration req'd. Web. 2024: 3/8-9 4p

BIG TEX GUN SHOW: At Ranch Park, 512-894-2390. Web. 2024: 4/20-21; 7/13-14; 10/26-27

THURSDAY NIGHT TRIVIA: At Parmeson, 6:30-8:3p

NIGHTS AT SIDECAR: Game Night: Mon, 4-7p, free, trivia, name that tune; Open Mic Night: Wed, 6-9p. Live Music: Fri & Sat, 6-9p

POKER: At Pig Pen, Texas Hold'em, every other Sat night, 8p, $20 buy-in. Food included, buy drinks. See Bill. Check web below for dates.

BOARD GAME NIGHT: At Dreamland, every Mon, 5p. Embrace your inner child with a night full of playing all the classics, from Monopoly to Settlers of Catan, with fan favorites available for the whole family! Every Mon, 5p

BUNKO & TRIVIA NIGHTS & MORE: At DS Presbyterian Church, 26550 RR-12. Various dates, check web. 6p. No experience necessary, it's easy and fun. All ages welcome. Prizes, snacks.

SUMMER REVIVAL WINE CO ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Board Games & 90's Hip Hop: Every Thurs, 5-8:30p
Oyster Night: Every Tue, starting soon. 5-8:30p

HUDSON'S ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: Wed-Sat, Typ starts 8p or 9p
Trivia Night: Every Wed 6-8p

12 FOX ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Bingo: Every Sun, 4p in Biergarten, free, prizes
Fireside Chats-Find Your Tribe: Every Mon, 7-9p in Biergarten. Focused on vets & 1st responders
Pickers Circle: In Biergarten, free. Every Thurs, 6-9p. Casual evening of pickin' and playing with the locals. If you play, sing or like to listen... this is the place to be
Bean & Cornbread Cook-Off: Web. 2024: Sat 2/10 8a-3p
Football Party - Whole Hog Roast: Watch the big game on TV. Hog nachos. Web. 2024: Sun 2/11 4p
Mardi Gras Party With A Fat Tuesday Boil: Web. 2024: Tue 2/13 6-9p

PAWS SHELTER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Puppy Bowl Extravaganza: Annual tail-wagging good time. Enjoy a day filled with adorable pups, exciting festivities and refreshing drinks. Don't miss out on paw-some fun! Web. 2024: Sat 2/10 10a-3p
Dinner By The Bite: At Wilson AC/Appliance. An exciting evening of gourmet food, drinks and auction items all to benefit our homeless pets. Tkt: $75/p. 2024: 3/21 6:30-9:30

CHRISTMAS CAROLS UNDER THE STARS: At All Souls Presbyterian Church, on the beautiful grounds of Dripping Springs Christian Academy, 400 Old Hwy 290. Bring your lawnchairs and blankets and enjoy an evening of caroling under the stars! Plenty of fun for the whole family. Hot drinks and sweet treats as we sing familiar carols by candle light. Free. 2023: Fri 12/8 thru 2024: 1/7, 6:30p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Dog 'n' Bone Pub: 512-894-2438; 310 Old Fitzhugh Rd, Dripping Springs, TX 78620. Web. Music venue, live entertainment.
Dreamland: 512-827-1279; 2770 US-290 W. Web. Mini-golf Challenge Course, pickleball courts, live music, all surrounded by spectacular art and sculpture. Activities for youngsters, plash pad, playground. Food, beverages
Dripping Springs Community Library: 512-858-7825; 501 Sportsplex Dr. Web. Many programs & activities.
Dripping Springs Meteor Theatre & Art House: 512-775-7317; 603 US-290. Web. Non-profit that enriches cultural life through entertainment and education, and provides opportunity to enhance creativity, community, and world view through participation in quality artistic experiences. Features a fully equipped outdoor theatre stage with seating area, an ideal location for open mic nights, outdoor live theatre productions, family film nights and concerts. Includes a large, indoor, naturally lit visual art studio dedicated to painting, sculpting and mosaic by local artists. Serves young and young at heart by facilitating experiences that awaken creativity and inspire authentic, innovative and courageous living. See web for event schedule.
Dripping Springs Ranch Park & Event Center: 512-858-4725; 29401 RR-12 (across from DS Elementary School), then 1042 Event Center Drive, Web. A 64 acre park with indoor, multi-use event center, riding trails, open arena, playscape, RV park
Homespun Kitchen & Bar: 512-829-4064; 131 E Mercer St. Web. Live entertainment
Hudson's On Mercer: 512-894-2075; 381 W Mercer St. Web. Live music; Concert venue rental
Paloma Dining & Events: 512-829-4777; 235 Sports Park Rd. Web. Mexican Restaurant; event venue/service. Live music. Patio. Open: Tue-Sun, 11a-9p. HH: Tue-Fri, 11a-6p
Parmeson Wines: 512-894-2088; 5300 Bell Springs Rd. Web. California vineyards. Tasting room, club, catered food, indoor/outdoor seating, live music, trivia night, venue rental
Paws Shelter Of Central Texas: 2965 FM-165. Web, Facebook
Pig Pen BBQ: 512-858-0060; 301 US-290 W. Web
Sidecar Tasting Room: 501 Old Fitzhugh. Web. Owned by Bell Springs Winery. Prohibition bar, draft beer, food, patio, family-friendly, live music, events, club, venue rental
Summer Revival Wine Company: 512-829-5060; 665 US-290 W. Web. Wine, tasting room, food, club, events. Located W side of town. Tue-Sat. HH: 3-6p
12 Fox Brewery: 512-626-4458; 4700 W Fitzhugh Rd, Dripping Springs, TX 78620. Web. Taproom & huge shaded Biergarten. Rotating weekly food trucks with live music Thur-Sat. Family & pet friendly.


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THANKSGIVING DINNER: At Cowboys for Jesus, 8400 FM-32. Church celebrates recovery and reminds residents there's no need to be alone for the holiday. 2023: Free annual event. Turkey & trimmings. Donate or Q's: 830-935-2920. 2023: 11/23, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Fischer Park Pond 1. See updated schedule: Dates

DEVIL'S BACKBONE TAVERN: See profile below
Frequent Free Shows: See web calendar
Super Bowl Watching Party: Queso bar & happy hour specials. All ages. 2024: Sun 2/11 5p
Two Tons of Steel & Vintage Market: Free. All ages. 2024: Sun 3/10 1p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Devil's Backbone Tavern: 830-964-2544; 4041 FM-32. Web. Bar, dancehall, live music, entertainment
Fischer Bowling Club: 830-935-4800; 115 Fischer Store Rd. Web
Fischer Dance Hall: 830-935-4800; 701 Fischer Store Rd. Facebook
Fischer Store: 830-370-1554; 4040 FM-484. Web, Facebook
Fisher Store School: 281-851-5134; Web
Fischer Store School Community Center: 830-935-4708; 12400 RR-32. Web
T&L Ranch: 512-560-7072; 4250 Mail Route Rd. Facebook. A public house concert venue &/or retreat for musicians & their guests.



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RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.

GILLESPIE COUNTY YOUTH LIVESTOCK SHOW: At Exhibition Hall at Gillespie County Fair Grounds. Stock show for Gillespie County youth to exhibit and sell their 4H & FFA animal projects. All day. 830-997-2359. Sponsor Web, Venue Web. 2024: 1/3-6

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Breeding Sheep Show: At Fair Grounds. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/12 thru to the 1/20 "Grandstand Sale" here Fair Grounds, including judging contest and buyer lunch.

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Lady Bird Municipal Park. See updated schedule: Dates

CITY OF FREDERICKSBURG ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Coffee With The City Manager: At various locations around the community, but most often at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course, Cardinal Rm, 341 Golfers Loop. Manager will hear concerns & answer your questions about local government. Held monthly by City, on scheduled Wednesdays, 8-9a. See Web. 2024: 2/21 at Cardinal Rm
Coffee With A Cop: At various locations around the community, but often at Starbucks, 1424 E Main St. Held monthly, on scheduled Tuesdays, 10:30-Noon. An opportunity to have open conversations and involvement with local law enforcement. 2024: TBD
Pizza With Police: Foundation Fund Fundraiser: at Mr Gatti's Pizza, 2931 TX-16 S. Alyssa: Law Enforcement Center, 830-997-7585. Donate also at Web. 2024: 2/8 5-8:30p

FBG CITY PARKS & REC ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Kid's Fish Day: At 432 Lady Bird Dr, Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 2 mi S of town, off TX-16. Fish at Live Oak Creek just N of bridge to golf course, where it will be stocked with rainbow trout. Free for kids and their families. In order to give trout time to acclimate to the water, please do not begin to fish until the day of the event. Includes self-guided casting practice station. Some fishing poles available to use, but best to bring your own. Bait and other equipment will be provided. Hot cocoa & coffee available for free. Over 17 y/o must have fishing license. 830-997-4202. Event Web. 2024: Sat 1/13, 9a-noon

FBG CHAMBER EVENTS: See profile below
Leaders Breakfast: Open to public, held quarterly at varying locations & times. RSVP required, see Chamber web below. Register required. Fee: Typ $10-15/p, includes coffee and continental breakfast provided by local sponsor. Attendance limited. 2024: 2/29 7-8:30a, at University Center
Lunch & Learn: At Convention & Visitor Bureau Theater, 302 E Austin. $20/p. 2024: Monthly on Tues, Noon-1:30p
Fun After Five Mixer: At varying locations & times. Great events and networking. Enjoy munchies and beverages. If you are interested in finding out more about the Chamber, then Fun After 5 is the place to be! Candice Weirich: 830-997-5000, candice@fbgtxchamber.org - 2024: 2/15 at Nimitz
Golf Tournament: At Municipal Golf Course. Network, have fun, meet sponsors, prizes, eats 'n drinks at every hole. Register for 2 person team: $325, at Web. 2023: 9/15, shotgun start at 9a
Chamber Banquet & Awards: At GC Fairgrounds. Annual event, catered meal. $70/p. 2024: 3/7 5:30p

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PACIFIC WAR EVENTS (NMPW, NIMITZ): See profile below
Day Of Rememberance: Regarding 1942 presidential executive order removing civilians from military zones in USA. 2024: Sat 2/17 <
• b>Nurses Of The Pacific: Webinar. Free. 2024: 2/21 1p
Yoga In The Courtyard: Intro yoga, 1 hr. OJ and mimosas provided post-workout. Ages 16+. $10/mbr, $15/non-mbr. Tkt req'd. 2024: Sat 2/24 10-11a
Nimitz Birthday Celebration: In Ballroom. Activities. 2024: Sat 2/24 11a-2p
Nimitz Dinner Fundraiser: Guest Speaker General David Petraeus. Cocktails: 6p, Seated dinner, then Q&A with Petraeus. Proceeds fund the Museum. Booksigning in Ballroom: 2-4p. Tkt req'd. 2024: 2/29 Admiral Chester Nimitz BD Party: In Ballroom. Activities, refreshments provided. 2024: 2/24 11a-2p

ENCHANTED ROCK STATE NATURAL AREA ACTIVITIES: See profile below

TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION SERVICE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center Workshop: 2023: Wed, 9/13, 10a-Noon; 2024: TBD
EEA/Pilot Knob Extension Education Club: Meets at Extn office, every Fri 11a
Gillespie County Youth Livestock Show & Auction: At Fair Grounds. See event listing below. 2024: 1/3-6
Food Manager Certification Course: At Extn office. $125. 2024: Mon-Tue 3/4-5
Plantastic Vegetable Gardening Seminar: At Extn office. $30/p, $10 lunch option. 2024: 2/23 8:30a-3:30p

PIONEER MUSEUM ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Living History Days: At Museum grounds & historic jail. 2024: 1/6, 2/3
Little Pioneers: 2024: 1/20, 2/17
Historical Society Member Meeting (at 312 W San Antonio St) & Pioneer Museum Tour: 2024: 1/27, 9a
Conversational German Class: 2024: 2/17-21
Rotating Exhibit: Baseball in Fredericksburg: In Gift Shop. 2024: 2/1

GOLDEN HUB ACTIVITIES: See profile below
PLAY CHESS: With Luckenbach Chess Troupe, every Wed 2p

BBQ COOK-OFF: Annual Schumann Granite BBQ Cook-Off. Register. 2024: Fri 2/2, 9a - Sat 2/3, 7p

INTERNATIONAL BARBECUE COOKERS ASSN (IBCA) COOK-OFFS: 512-806-3267; Web. Local event: Fredericksburg BBQ & Salsa Festival, Annual BBQ Cook-Off: 8381 US-290 E. Web. Connor Montgomery: 512-627-7394 emailcon33con@yahoo.com - 2024: 5/3-4

LONE STAR BARBECUE SOCIETY (LSBS) COOK-OFFS: 325-998-8877; Web. Local events:
EasterFest: At Flat Rock Lake Park, 3840 Riverside Dr. Web. Co-event with CASI and City festival. Tricia Byrom, 830-267-1688, tlbyrom@live.com - 2024: 3/29-30
State Championship: 2024: 7/19-20

ARCH RAY RESORT ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Murder Mystery At Deadwood Saloon: FUN paired with a delicious 3 course dinner and Arch Ray Wines. Ticket: $150/p. 2024: 2/4 6p

THE HEART OF A VALENTINE DINNER: Provided by Holy Ghost Lutheran Church for those who have lost a spouse. home-cooked meal and fellowship. RSVP 830-997-2288. 2024: Thur 2/15 11:30a-12:30p.

CHILDREN'S CHOIR: Young Singers of Fredericksburg rehearse and perform at FBG Middle School, Choir Room, as part of FISD Continuing Ed. $150/ea. Director: Laurie Jenschke, lauriejenschke@gmail - Web. 2023: Jan-Apr, Sep-Dec, 4-5:30p; 2024: TBD

CONCERT SERIES: At Methodist Church. By Fredericksburg Music Club. See profiles below. Free performances, but goodwill offerings accepted. 8 concerts each year. 2024: Texas Children's Choir (San Antonio), 2024: Sun 1/21, FCFS seating begins: 2:30p, Live: 3p

ROTARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Kraut Run: As part of Oktoberfest, annual event featuring 8k & 5k runs & 5k walk. Family & pet friendly. Prizes. Start/finish at FBG Middle School, 100 W Travis St. Benefits Rotary literacy programs. Web/Register. 2023: Sat 10/7; 2024: TBD
Golf Tournament & Bunko Party: At Municipal Golf Course. Silent auction, luncheon. Annual fundraiser benefiting charities. $150/p. a href="https://fbg-nimitzrotary.org" target="_blank">Web. Mike Strolle: mstrolle@ymail.com . 2023: Sat 10/9; 2024: TBD
Toys For Tots Drive: Annual event in conjunction with US Marine Corps, to collect and distribute gifts to children in Gillespie County. Donations welcomed.
Cupid's Bow Bash: Annual fundraiser & Valentine event at St Mary's Holy Family Center, 306 W San Antonio St. Catered gourmet dinner, drinks, entertainment, live music, silent auction. Open to pubic. Ticket: $90/p, send email to cupidsbowbash@gmail.com. 2024: 2/12 6-9:30p

GRACE CENTER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Boots, BBQ & Bier: Fundraiser at Gillespie County Farm Bureau. Live country music, dancing, prizes, drawings, complementary beverages, kids activities. 2023: Sun 9/24, 11:30-3p; 2024: TBD
Legacy Luncheon: At St Mary's Holy Family Center, 306 W San Antonio St. 2024: 4/24

FTC THEATER EVENTS: At Fredericksburg Theater Company. Tickets & details below. See web for more.
Casino Night-"A Night In Vegas": Annual fundraiser. $50/p. Benefits youth ed programs. 2023: Sat 9/9, 6p; 2024: TBD
Christmas production, Plaid Tidings: 2023: 12/8-17, Fri-Sat: 7:30p; Sun matinees: 2p; 2024: TBD
How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying: 2024: 2/9-25
God's Megaphone: 2024: 3/8-10
Sweet Delilah Swim Club: 2024: 4/12-21
James & The Giant Peach: 2024: 5/4-5

LIVE ROCK-N-ROLL ON THEATER STAGE: At Rockbox. See profile below. A professional variety, live-music, Rock 'n' Roll show typically with 4 performances per weekend. See profile below. Web. Every Fri-Sun. 2023: 12/2, 8p, Lee Roy Parnell; 12/3, 3p, Malpass Brothers; 12/8-10, times vary, Nutcracker; 12/13, 7p, SongwriterTX; 12/15, 7p, Celtic Christmas; 12/16, 4p, Cirque-tacular-Shimmer; 12/17, 3p, Dallas String Quartet; 12/22, 7p, Spec-tac-yule-ar; 12/29, 8p, Monte Montgomery; 12/30, 4p & 8p, Vinyl Radio; 12/31, 8p, Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd. 2024: TBD See web for more.

BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH: See profile below
Grief Share: 2024: Every Thur, 10a & 6p, for 14 sessions br>• Basic Car Care: 830-997-2069; at Bethany Lutheran Church, 110 W Austin St, in the parking lot behind the church. Volunteers help folks keep their vehicle maintained. Mostly inspection and suggestions. Schedule: Every other month: 9-11a, Call for specific dates, no web. Weather permitting.
NEEDS COUNCIL: See profile below
Tax Filing Assistance: 2024: Mon & Thur, thru 4/15.

VFW POST: #7105 ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Fish Fry Fundraiser: Donations desired. 2023: Sat 9/9, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

LENTEEN FISH FRY: At St Joseph's Halle. Catfish, fries, coleslaw, beans. Dine-in & To-go available. By donation. 2024: Every Fri 2/16-3/22 5:30p

RABIES VACCINATION CLINICS: At City of FBG Consolidated Warehouse, 233 Friendship Ln. Everyone from everywhere welcome. More vaccinations can be included at discount. Microchips available. Cash or check only
By Friendship Vet Center: Sat 1/27 8a-2p
By Compassionate Care Vet: Sat 2/3 8a-2p

TEXAS WINE COLLECTIVE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Hill Country Hyeland Games: Join TWC and Hye Cider for annual event full of Scottish athletic competition, kilts, Cork & Fork food truck, San Antonio Scottish Highland Dancers, Alamo City Pipes & Drums. Free Admission. 2024: Sat 3/9 10-4p
80's Night - Spazmatics Concert: Dress the part for our 80's dress-up contest! Kids under 3: free. Food truck and froze by the glass. All sales are final. 2024: 3/23, Door: 6p, Live 7p

TRIVIA NIGHT: At 78624 The Bar. 2023: Fall: Every Mon, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

DANCE HALL NIGHT: Downtown at Marktplatz (Market Square), Adelsverein Halle. 7-10:30p. Old country and western live music. Bring beverages & snacks (none will be available for purchase), and lawn chairs. Family friendly. Parking & Admission: Free, but donations appreciated to pay the band and hall rental. FBGdancehall@yahoo.com - 2023 Schedule: Sat: 7/8, 8/19, 11/11; 2024: TBD

FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK: Downtown. Celebrate amazing art, community, and vibrancy of Downtown. A collaboration between galleries and art events, retailers, restaurants, and non-profits in the downtown district that works to showcase the art in all we do. Hop on the free trolley and visit a wide variety of art galleries and studios to see what new work is being featured for the month. Grab a drink (beer, wine or cocktail) from a local restaurant and check out the wonderful downtown shops, many of which are open late for First Friday. Sip and Stroll throughout town and experience different street performances, join in the art activities provided by local non-profits, and more! Web. Every 1st Fri, 5-9p

OLD COUNTY JAIL TOURS: 830-990-8441; at 117 W San Antonio Street. Price: $5/p age 6 and up; age 5 and under free. Presented by: Pioneer Museum. Tour this two-story stone structure that served as the 4th jail for Gillespie County. Built in 1885 and used as a county jail facility until 1939. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1980. Cash payments only accepted at the jail. Web. Every 1st Sat, 10a-3p

NEW HORIZONS RADIOTHON: At Lincoln St Wine Market, 111 S Lincoln St. Annual fundraiser event benefits New Horizons Center, a non-profit day habilitation and work shop for citizens with development disabilities in Gillespie County. Hosted by KNAF AM Country Radio. Your support helps others to help themselves. Donate at Web or by phone: 830-997-2197. 2023: 9/9, 4-10p; 2024: TBD

SIMULCAST HORSE & GREYHOUND DOG RACING: At the Race Barn, at the entrance to the Fairgrounds. Off-Track-Betting (OTB) in state-of-the-art simulcast facility, with feeds from the nation's top tracks on 30 TV screens, and wager as if you were there. All while enjoying an air-conditioned restaurant, casual dining and full bar. Greyhound dog and thoroughbred and quarter horse races. Web. See special Portal focus page: "Horse riding in the Hill Country". Every Thurs-Sat: 11a-10p. Sun: 11a-7p. Simulcast starts at 1p

SUNDAY PICKERS CIRCLE: at Pecan Grove Store. Rain or shine. Grab your guitar, fiddle, partner and join us in the pickers circle. Web. Every Sun, 1-4p

BUNKO & POKER FOR A CAUSE: Quarterly event, at Wildseed Tasting room. Hosted by Wildseed and Rotary. 2023: Sat 11/9, 5p. 2024: TBD

HERITAGE SCHOOL VETERANS DAY: Annual event at Neel Center for all local veterans. 2023: Sat 11/8; 2024: TBD

PONTOTOC VINNEYARD VETERANS DAY BBQ: Annual event for all local veterans. A vet and one guest can RSVP to Frances, 512-658-0023. 2023: Sat 11/11, 11a-1p; 2024: TBD

WILD GAME DINNER: Annual event, at Fairgrounds. Food served until it runs out. Prize drawings, games. Shawn: 830-997-5508. Ticket: $25/p pre-door; gcwildgamedinner@gmail.com2 - 2023: Sat 11/18, 5:30-10p; 2024: TBD

EISBAHN OUTDOOR ICE SKATING: Annual event at Marktplatz, Kinderhalle Pavilion, 126 W Main, the downtown square at corner of W Main and N Adams. Marktplatz will be holiday decorated. Have fun and exercise skating. Open daily, Mon-Thur: 4-8p; Fri: 4-10p; Sat: 10a-10p; Sun: 1-8p. Hours vary on holidays. Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Eve & Day, and exceptionally cold days. Day pass: $15. Includes skate rental. Concessions & seating available. 830-992-8492. Event Web. 2023: 11/18-12/3; 2024: TBD

TURKEY TROT: 5K & 10K run/walk: 8:30a; 1 mi fun run: 9:30a. Annual event, at FBG Elementary School, 1608 North Adams St. Rain or shine. Entry fee, register: Web. Benefits MOM Center. 830-456-8840. 2023: Sat 11/25; 2024: TBD

SANTA AT LOCHTE FEED: At 509 Longhorn. Picture taken with Santa. Free. Kiddos and pets welcome! OK to bring camera for your own photos. Web. 2023: Thur 11/30, 3-6p; 2024: TBD

SANTA DAY PARADE: Downtown, Santa will ride on fire engine. Begins at US-282/290 intersection, near Post Office, and route thru Washington St and back up Main Street. Then at Gazebo behind Library, at Courthouse Square, Santa will meet children, with photo-op, and kids will receive a traditional German goodie bag. 830-998-9177. Web. 2023: Sat 12/2, 10a; 2024: TBD

SINGING CHRISTMAS TREE: Annual event, at Pioneer Museum. 30 ft metal Christmas tree structure with greenery & lights. 65 volunteer community choir members stand on it at various heights. 1 hour event, traditional music, German carols, sing-alongs. Locally funded. Free; donations appreciated. Bring lawn chair. 2023: Sat-Sun 12/2-3, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR DANCE SHOW: Award winning dancers, at FHS Auditorium. Plus FHS Jazz Band and singers. Performed by FISD Red-Hotts. $5/p pre-event, $8/p at door, free for special others (seniors, under 5, teachers, military, police, FF). 2023: Sat 12/2, 7p; Sun 12/3, 2p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING: Annual event, at Texas Wine Collective event center, 10354 US-290. An evening full of holiday cheer, Christmas carolers, Santa Claus and fun as they light the Christmas Tree. Tickets: $25/p, including one glass of wine and charcuterie snacks with holiday flair. Kids under 13 are free. Web. 2023: 12/3, Sun 6-8p; 2024: TBD

COMMUNITY SING-A-LONG: Annual event, at Trinity Church, 184 Providence Ln. "Peace-On-Earth". Adult & youth choirs. Free. Dianna Hawley: 210-241-0089. 2023: 12/8, Fri 6:30p; 2024: TBD

BETHANY NATIVITY SCENES: "A Christmas Journey", located along Town Creek, behind the church. Annual event, Bethany Lutheran Church, at 110 W Austin Street. Web. 830-997-2069. 10 minute drive-thru, or walk, or bus. Special lighting, music, effects, live characters, animals and props. Free; donations appreciated for local food pantry. 2023: Fri-Sat 12/8-9, 6a-8:30p; 2024: TBD

NUTCRACKER: At Rockbox, performance by Fredericksburg Dance Company. Tickets & details below: 2023: 12/8-10, Fri-Sun; 2024: TBD

BLOOD DRIVES:
At St Mary's Knights of Columbus Family Center: Must bring photo ID. Reward coupons for each donor for each donor. 2023: 12/9-10, Walk-in allowed. Appointments every 15 min. Michael Tatsch: 361-658-7399, mike_tatsch@hotmail.com - Sat: 3-6:45p; Sun 7:45a-12:30p
At McLean Ford: For STB&TC. 2024: Tue 2/13 10a-2p

CHURCH-TO CHURCH WALK: An annual event, begins at Zion Lutheran at 426 W Main St (parking available in front of church and in the lot off Austin St). The walk proceeds to Bethany Lutheran, then Ghost Lutheran, then conclude at St Mary's Catholic. Each church will have a 15 minute time of music and devotion. Walkers can enjoy the Christmas ambiance of Fredericksburg. 2023: Thur 12/14, 6p; 2024: TBD

GRAND HOLIDAY: At Grand Central at Milam. A Music Affair. Enjoy light bites, beverages and great gift ideas with live music including the Fredericksburg High School Choir. Accepting donations benefiting The Grace Center of Fredericksburg. Web. 2023: Fri 12/15, 5-7p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS RECITAL: At St Joseph's Halle. Free annual performance by Fredericksburg Dance Company. Tickets & details below: 2023: 12/17; 2024: TBD

FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS: At Methodist Church Worship Center, 1800 N Llano. The 40-voice FUMC Chancel Choir, along with live orchestra, presents a special worship experience that includes historical stylings of new and traditional songs of Jesus' birth. Public invited, no charge. Web. 2023: Sun 12/17, 11:10a & 3p; 2024: TBD

MORE SANTA SIGHTINGS:
Santa At Texas Rangers: At Heritage Center, 1618 Main. Enjoy free hot choc & munchies. Crafts for kids. 830-990-1192. 2023: Sat 12/2, 2-4:30p; 2024: TBD
Christmas Tree Lighting & Santa: At Texas Wine Collective, 10354 US-290 E. 512-228-7951. $25/adult; under 13: free. Cost includes 1 glass of wine + charcuterie snacks full of holiday flare. Advance ticket required, see Web. 2023: 12/3, 6-8p; 2024: TBD
Christmas On The Farm: At Jenschke Orchards: 830-889-0756; 8381 US-290 E. fruitfarmevents.com. 7 mi E of FBG near Trade Days. Meet Santa and visit Santa's Workshop for fun kids' crafts and activities. Make lasting memories with holiday photo ops, tractor ride on the farm, mix and mingle with your favorite holiday characters while indulging your taste buds with delicious seasonal treats. For older elves, wet your whistle with local beer, wine and whiskey tastings throughout the day. Choose and chop your own Christmas tree (additional $). Enjoy a favorite holiday movie showing on outdoor blockbuster screen. $17-20/p. 2023: 12/9, 11a-9p; 2024: TBD
Christmas & Santa: At Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Create a holiday craft or greeting card while sipping hot chocolate and meeting Santa at one of his favorite parks! No additional $ to have holiday fun with us, but a day pass reservation is required. 2023: 12/16, 10a-1p; 2024: TBD
Santa Fly-in: At Airport. Enjoy free hot choc & munchies. Canned & non-perish food donation for Food Pantry. 830-456-2623. 2023: Sat 12/16, 1-4:30p; 2024: TBD
Santa: At Herb Garden. Watch children's eyes widen with wonder at the sighting of the man in the big red suit! Special Locals' Night. $25 Kid Friendly Dinner Buffet that includes hot chocolate, cookie & ornament decorating, and photos with Santa! Tickets: 830-997-8615, Web. 2023: 12/20, 4-6p; 2024: TBD

COUNTDOWN TO THE NEW YEAR: At Marktplatz, the downtown square at corner of W Main and N Adams. Two events: For children, from 3-6:30p. Free amusements; trackless train; inflatables; face painting; dance performances beginning at 5p; music; food & beverages available for purchase; video presentation; & ball drop. For adults: Ring in the New Year with a ball drop event similar to that celebrated at New York Times Square, but with a Fredericksburg flair. The ball will be dropped from a fire truck ladder at midnight. Eisbahn skating rink will be open 1-6p. Marktplatz will be holiday decorated. 830-990--2044. Web 2023: 12/31; 2024: TBD

CAVE CREEK TOWN ACTIVITIES: See town profile at Cave Creek. See more details below. See school details at Gillespie County Historic Schools listing below; and at Hill Country City Directory
Gillespie County Historic School Open House - Cave Creek: At 470 Cave Creek Rd. Presented in partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. No admission charge, and donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. 830-685-3321. Web. 2024: Sat 2/10, 10a-4p
Community Club Event: At Cave Creek School Community Center. Come play games, have snacks, deserts and drinks to share. Newcomers and beginners always welcome. Membership: $30/family. Karen Henricksen: 830-998-8138, karenh@ctesc.net - 2024: Fri 2/16 7p, includes Cave Creek Wildlife Management Assn presentation

GRAPETOWN ACTIVITIES: See town profile at Grapetown. See more details below. See school details at Gillespie County Historic Schools listing below; and at Hill Country City Directory
Community Club Event - Game Night: Following Club business meeting, an after-party for playing 42, dominoes, card games. Bring snacks or party foods to share. Beverages available. All are invited.
Gillespie County Historic School Open House - Grapetown: At 7349 Old San Antonio Road @ Grapetown Road. Presented in partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. No admission charge, and donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. 830-685-3321. Web. 2024: TBD
Community Club Event - School Reunion & Christmas Celebration: At Grapetown Hall, 7349 Old San Antonio Road. School & Teacherage will also be open to view exhibits. 2024: TBD

PECAN CREEK TOWN ACTIVITIES: See town profile at Pecan Creek. See more details below. See school details at Gillespie County Historic Schools listing below; and at Hill Country City Directory. 3410 Pecan Creek Rd.
Gillespie County Historic School Open House - Pecan Creek: In partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. Fellowship. Tours. No admission charge, donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. Pavilion venue available for rental. 830-685-3321. Web. 2024: TBD. Note: Business meeting for members: 10:30a
Pecan Creek School Community Club, Community Potluck/Social: At historic Pecan Creek School. Break bread with neighbors. Tea, coffee, paper goods/utensils will be provided - just bring beverage of choice and a dish to share. Games like Jenga, Twister, and corn hole available for kids. Everyone welcome. 2024: Sun 1/21, 2:30p
Pecan Creek School Community Club Social: At historic Pecan Creek School. Short meeting, then food, fun, fellowship. Turkey dinner, bring your beverage, and a side or desert to share. 2024: Sun 2/18, 2:30p

OTHER NEAR FREDERICKSBURG HISTORIC COUNTRY SCHOOLS-OPEN HOUSE ACTIVITY SCHEDULE FOR THOSE NOT LISTED ELSEWHERE: See school details at Gillespie County Historic Schools listing below; and at Hill Country City Directory
Cherry Mountain School: Open House and Annual Afternoon Auction & Evening BBQ Meal Fundraiser. 2024: Sat 5/11, 11a-4p
Cherry Spring School: Regular Community Club meeting at the School, 5973 RR-2323, N of FBG, Fellowship, 42 dominoes, games following a light, shared meal. Drinks, plates/utensils furnished. Guests welcome. 2024: Every 2nd Fri: 1/12, 2/9 6:30p. Annual picnic at Community Center. All invited. Fellowship & games. Club furnishes main meal & setup. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share. 2024: Sat 9/14, 11a-4p. Games; 4p. Meal: 6p
Lower South Grape Creek School: Open House and Annual Chicken BBQ Meal Benefit. $15/plate. 2024: Sun 9/15, 11a-4p
Crabapple: Homecoming & Noon Meal Celebration, St John Lutheran Church: 2024: Sun 9/22, 11a-4p
Crabapple School: Community Club: Valerie Nimitz, 210-912-5783. All are welcome. Open House, 2024: Sat 10/12, 11a-4p
Nebgen School: 2024: Sat 1/27, 11a-4p
Nebgen Annual BBQ Meal and Raffle/Prize Giveaway Drawing Benefit: 726 S Washington St, Fredericksburg. $12 meal plates available in drive-thru only at 10:30a until sold out. Includes choice of chicken or pork, with trimmings. 2024: Sun 4/14
Rheingold Community Club: Monthly meetings & meal, games, 7p. 2024: 1/26. Sheree Burrow: 830-998-0171. 2024: Sat 10/26, 11a-4p
Rheingold School: 334 Rheingold School Rd. 2024: Sat 10/26, 11a-4p
Meusebach Creek School: 2024: Sat 6/1, 10a-4p
Wrede Bear Creek Community Club: Meet at the School, snacks, coffee, water provided, or BYOD. Bingo. Guests welcome. Margerie Otte: 830-992-0418. 2024: Fri 2/16 3:30p
Wrede Bear Creek CC Fundraiser: At American Legion Hall. Prize tickets for sale. 2024: Sun 4/14
• Wrede School: 3828 TX-16 S

ZWEITE WEIHNACHTEN (St Stephen's Day): At Pioneer Museum, Sanctuary Hall. Presented by Fredericksburg German Club, this "Second Christmas" ia the German tradition of good food, drink, music (in German and English), and fellowship with friends and community. Try a traditional baked Stollen, cookies, lemonade, or glass of warm Gluhwein. Singing of carols in both German and English. Free. 830-997-6523. FBG Web. 2024: TBD

GILLESPIE COUNTY YOUTH LIVESTOCK SHOW & AUCTION: At Fair Grounds. Stock show for youth to exhibit and sell their 4H and FFA animal projects. All day. 830-997-2359. Sponsor Web, Venue Web. Heather Falting, 830-998-5296, gillespiecountyyouth@gmail.com - 2024: 1/3-6

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Breeding Sheep: At Fair Grounds, Livestock Barn. Web, Facebook. 2024: Fri 1/12 thru to the 1/20 Grandstand Sale at Fredericksburg Fairgrounds

DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE: At Lady Bird Park, Pioneer Pavilion, 432 Lady Bird Drive. Dress up and dance the night away. DJ-led games, light refreshments, keepsake photo. Ticket: $10 at Park HQ, or Web. Annual event hosted by FBG Parks & Rec. 2024: 2/2, 6:30-8:30p

ANNUAL BOXING DAY - ZWEITER WEIHNACHTSTAG CELEBRATION: At Becker Vineyards Estate Winery Tasting Room, 464 Becker Farms Rd. Annual event with complimentary light holiday hors d'oeuvres and Yuletide music. 2023: Tue 12/26, Noon-4:30p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
AgriLife Extension Office: 830-997-3452; 38 Business Court. Web. Variety of activities, see schedule
Altdorf Biergarten: 830-997-7865; 301 W Main. Live music typ weekends
Altstadt Brewery: 830-304-2337; 6120 US-290 E. Web. Brewing, restaurant, bierbarten, events, live music typ Sat-Sun, venue rental
Augusta Vin: 830-307-1007; 140 Augusta Vin Ln. Web. Vineyard, wine, tastings, food, tours, events, live music typ Fri & Sun afternoon. 60 ac vineyard S of town, off TX-16 S.
Baron's CreekSide: 830-992-3421; 316 Goehmann Ln. Web. Wine, beer, bistro, live music typ Thurs-Sun
Becker Vineyards: 830-644-2681; 307 E Main St. Web. info@beckerwines.com
Bethany Lutheran Church: 830-997-2069; 110 W Austin St, across from Marktplatz. . Web
Blumenthal Farms: 830-205-9930; 9396 US-290 E. Web. Located between between Stonewall & FBG. Beverage bar, tasting room, cigar room, general store, amphitheater, entertainment, live music typ Sat-Sun afternoon, pickleball, putting greens, farmers market
Chase's Place: 830-307-9020; 313 E San Antonio St. Live music typ Wed eve
Crossroads Saloon & Steakhouse: 830-992-3288; 877-741-9960; 305 W Main St. Web. Dining, full bar, live entertainment, dancing, live music typ Wed-Thurs, Sun
Das Peach Haus: 830-997-8969; 1406 US-87 S. Web. Live music typ Sat-Sun mid-day
El Milagro Twenty Twelve: 830-307-3051; 249 E Main St. Facebook. Mexican Food, entertainment, live music typ Tue-Sun
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area: 830-685-3636; 16710 RR-965 (more park info). No additional fee on some events, but a day pass reservation is required. Fees: $8/adult ages 13+; children under 13: free. TPWD Web
Fiesta Winery 290: 830-997-4466; 6260 US-290 E, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Tasting room at this location. Winery in Lampasas. Live music typ Sat afternoon
Fredericksburg Brewing Company: 830-997-1646; 245 E Main St. Web. Brew pub & restaurant. The oldest brewpub in Texas, award winning. Bed & Brew accommodations upstairs.
Fredericksburg Dance Company: 830-997-0756; 202 E Creek St. Web
Fredericksburg Music Club: 1800 N Llano St. Web. Provides musical entertainment while educating the public on music styles and genres. Free performances, but goodwill offerings accepted. 8 concerts each year. Mark Eckhardt, 830-990-2886
Fredericksburg Theater Company (FTC): 1668 US-87 S. Tickets: 830-997-3588 or Web. A professional theater that produces plays, musicals and concerts. Tickets: $10-25 depending on the show and seat location. See web for schedule, prices, tickets. Discounts for seniors, students, military, groups.
Fredericksburg Trade Days: 830-990-4900; 830-846-4094; 11382 E US-290. Web. Food vendors, live entertainment
Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center: Web. Located at Lady Bird Johnson Park (TX-16 S), this is a focus of diversity because of the local hydrology and geology. Within 10 acres you will find 11 distinct habitats. That one small area offers so many species of birds, forbs, grasses, woody plants, amphibians, reptiles, and insects is truly amazing. See web for free workshops and activities. Contact Nancy Person: 210-992-8411, nancykperson@gmail.com
Fredericksburg Nature Center:
Gillespie County Fair Grounds: 530 Fair Dr on TX-16, 2 mi S of town.
Gillespie County Historic Schools: 830-685-3321; Web, Facebook
Golden Hub: 1009 N Lincoln St.
(The) Grace Center: 830-307-3383. Web
Grand Central at Milam: 512-391-0718; 206 N Milam. Web
Grapetown Community Club: Meets at historic Grapetown Hall, 7349 Old San Antonio Road. Business meetings on 3rd Fri in Jan, Apr, July, Oct, prior to Game Night (dominoes, games, food, fellowship). Dedicated to preserving historic Grapetown school and its history.
Grapetown Vineyard: 830-777-4485; 8142 Old San Antonio Rd, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Winery, full bar, lodging, safari/animal sanctuary/tours, weddings, polo matches, live music Sat afternoon.
Hangar Hotel, Conference Center, Officer's Club: 830-997-9990; 155 Airport Rd. Web. Full bar, live entertainment, live music typ Fri-Sat nights
Hidden Hideaway On Main: 830-307-3411; 319 E Main St, Ste. Web. Bar, grill, patio, live music typ Wed, Fri-Sun nights
Hill & Vine: 830-307-3401; 210 S Adams St, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Restaruant, full bar, patio, live music typ Fri-Sat nights
Hilmy Cellars: 830-644-2482; 12346 US-290 E, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Vineyards, winery and tasting room.
Hitchin' Post Steakhouse: 830-992-3777; 105 S Llano St. Web. Live music typ Sat-Sun evening
Hondo's On Main: 830-997-1633; 312 W Main St. Entertainment. Web, live music typ Wed-Sun nights
Jack's Chop House: 830-307-3315; 505 W Main St. Live music typ Wed & Sun nights
Lincoln Street Wine Market: 830-997-8463; 111 S Lincoln St. Web. Wine sales, light food, indoor lounge, outdoor patio, weekend live entertainment.
Longhorn Cellars: 830-990-2990; 315 RR-1376. Web. Wine, tastings, food on weekends, entertainment, live music typ Sat afternoon
Lost Draw Cellars: 830-992-3251; 113 E Parl St. Wine bar, live music typ Fri-Sat nights
Mac's BBQ & Catering: 830-307-1005; 204 E Main St. Web, live music typ Fri-Sat nights
Marktplatz (Market Square): 126 W Main St (corner Main and Adams St (TX-16 S). Pavilion, Adelsverein Halle, Verein. Live music typ Fri-Sun
Martini's Seafood House: 830-383-1030; 107 N Adams. Live music typ Tue & Thurs night
Michael Ros Winery: 830-307-1323; 982 Old San Antonio Rd. Web. Vineyard, winery, food truck, club, events, entertainment, live music typ Sat afternoon
National Museum of the Pacific War: 830-997-4379; 340 E Main St. Web. Massive collection of WWII artifacts arranged in a time-line format with accompanying audio effects and narratives. Dedicated to all those who served in the Pacific War. The George Bush Gallery of the Pacific War, the Plaza of the Presidents, and the History Walk of the Pacific War are all part of the park. Fee required. Self-guided, scheduled hours. Select events held throughout the year. See schedule on web site.
(Hill Country Community) Needs Council: ; 830-997-97561904 N Llano St. Web
New Horizons: 830-997-8696; 107 Industrial Loop. newhorizonsfbg.com. A non-profit day habilitation and work shop for citizens with development disabilities in Gillespie County. 8-5p, Mon-Fri. No cost to the client or family.
Ogle Brewery: 830-304-2900; 312 Schmidtzinsky Rd. Web. Part of Arch Ray Resort, Ogle Brewery, Paul Bee Distillery, Arch Ray Winery, RV resort, restaurant, amphitheater, live outdoor music. Part of Fiesta Winery enterprise.
Pecan Creek School Community Club: 830-669-2546; 512-801-7385; Facebook. Meets at historic Pecan Creek School, 2nd Sun, 2:30p
Pecan Grove Store: 830-990-4433; 5244 US-16 N. Web. Live music typ Fri-Sat. Pickers circle every Sun, 2-6p. Community market sales, car shows, more
Pedernales Brewing Company: 830-998-7486; 97 Hitching Post Trail, off US-87. Web. Beer brewer, tasting room
Perspective Cellars: 830-220-4241; 247 E Main St. Web. Wine bar. piano bar: every Sat, 6-9p
Pioneer Bar: 830-992-3733; 212 E Main St, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web
Pioneer Memorial Library: 830-997-6513; 115 W Main St. Web. The first floor houses the Pioneer Memorial Library; second floor functions as a community hall. Open Mon-Thurs: 9a-6p; Fri-Sat: 9a-2p. Computers with internet. Free Wi-Fi. Downloadable audio books and e-books.
Pioneer Museum: 830-990-8441; 325 W Main Street. Web. A variety of community events.
Race Barn: 830-997-4058; 2000 TX-16 S, then 35 Fair Dr, at the entrance to the Fairgrounds. Simulcast horse & greyhound dog racing. Web. Off-Track-Betting (OTB) in state-of-the-art simulcast facility, with feeds from the nation's top tracks on 30 TV screens, and wager as if you were there. All while enjoying an air-conditioned restaurant, casual dining and full bar. Greyhound dog and thoroughbred and quarter horse races. Every Thurs-Sat: 11a-10p. Sun: 11a-7p. Simulcast starts at 1p. See special Portal focus page: Horse riding in the Hill Country
(the) Resort At Fredericksburg (aka The Edge): 830-308-7118; 3567 US-290 E. Web. Guest wines (no vineyards, not a winery), The Edge Tasting room (522-755-5755), club, luxury dining, lodging, events, entertainment, live music-Fri-Sat. Located 1 mi E of town.
Pioneer Bar: 830-992-3733; 212 E Main St. Live music typ Tue-Sat
Pontotoc Vineyard Weingarten: 512-658-0023; 320 W Main St. Web. Open Fri-Sat, Noon-8p; Sun, Noon-5p. See vineyard & winery in Pontotoc, located NW of Llano on TX-71, and Picnic Table in Hye. This location is their retail wine store, tasting room, Longhorn Cafe, food, picnic baskets, outdoor seating.
Rockbox Theater: 830-997-7625; 109 N Llano St; Web. A live music venue that hosts tribute bands, original artist series, holiday themes and more. Typically has professional variety, Rock 'n' Roll shows with 4 performances per weekend. Every Fri-Sun. Prices vary depending on the show and seat location. Check web for show schedule and prices. Venue rental available.
Safari Winery: 830-998-5956; 5479 US-290 E. Web. Winery, tastings, club, entertainment, events, live music typ Fri-Sat afternoon. Local family owned. Located in SE area of town.
Signor Vineyards: 830-304-74463; 62 Livesay Ln. Web. Wine, tastings, Joanna's Market for munchies, club, live music typ Sat afternoon. Kids & pets are not allowed in tasting venues. Located just W of Stonewall.
Silver Creek: 830-990-4949; 310 E Main St. Live music typ Fri-Mon nights
Slims BBQ: 830-307-3104; 913 E Main St. Web. Live music Mon-Tue early evening
Agrilife Exension Service Texas A&m Agrilife Extension Service: agrilifeextension.tamu.edu. Mission: to improve the lives of people, businesses and communities across Texas and beyond through high quality, relevant education. See full Focus Topic Profile at: AgriLife
Local: Gillespie County, 830-997-3452; 38 Business Court. Google Map. Web: gillespie.agrilife.org, Email: gillespie-tx@tamu.edu
Texas Heritage Vineyard: 830-992-3323; 3245 US-290 E. Web. Vineyard, winery, tastings, entertainment, events, live music typ Fri & Sun afternoon. Family run. Located on in SE area of town.
Texas Wine Collective (formerly Four Point 0 Cellars): 830-997-7470; 10354 US-290 E. Web. Tastings, events, live entertainment, live music Sat-Sun, mid-day
(HC) University Center: 2818 US-290 E
VFW Post: #7105: Frantzen Ahrens Post, 830-997-5017; VFW Hall, 710 S Washington St. Everybody welcome. BYOB. Entertainment. Meets 1st Mon, 6:30p
West End Pizza Company: 830-990-8646, 232 W Main St. Entertainment. Web. Live music typ Fri-Sat, Mon nights
Western Edge: 830-992-3157; 228 W Main St. Web. Restaurant, bar, entertainment, live music typ Fri-Sat, Mon-Tue nights
Wildseed Farms: 830-990-8080; 100 Legacy Dr. Web. Self-guided tours of the available flowers from spring through first frost. Extensive guest wines from the region. Wildflower products, seeds, plants, decor. Wine tasting, biergarten, events, entertainment, live music typ Sat-Sun afternoon. Located 7 mi E of town on US-290, N side.
Yee Haw Saloon: 979-421-3629; 3915 US-290 E. Facebook. Drinks, food, live music typ Sat-Sun & Tue; dancing
78624 The Bar: 229 E Main St







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SUMMER CONCERTS AT QUARRY PARK: At Quarry Park. Free admission. Web. 6p. 2023 Schedule: 7/20, 8/18, 9/15; 2024: TBD

SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAM: At Community Center. Every Wed, 10a-2p. Free. For ages 55+. Socialize; play board games; dominoes; cards; bingo; borrow books from lending library; door prizes; guest speakers and more. Pastries in morning, coffee all day, lunch at noon (bring non-alcoholic beverage). Fran Rubin: 512-755-2280, fran.rubin@yahoo.com

BBQ BENEFIT FOR GRANITE SHOALS CHRISTMAS OUTREACH: At Fire Station, 8410 RR-1431. Police Dept and Fire Aux hosting. 2023: Sat 11/11a-2p; 2024: TBD

THANKSGIVING MEAL: At Highland Lakes Elementary School, 8200 RR-1431. Hosted by Joseph's Food Pantry Web, 830-220-2344. Free. 2023: Sat 11/18, 9a-Noon; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS AT THE QUARRY: Welcome St Nick to annual Santa Dash parade (3:45p) and lighting of Christmas tree in Quarry Park. Web. 2023: 11/25, 3p; 2024: TBD

PANCAKES WITH THE PEOPLE: At Fire Station, 8410 RR-1431. Free breakfast. Chat and connect with City officials in a relaxed setting, ask questions, voice concerns. 2023: 12/2, 9-11a; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS AT QUARRY PARK: At 2221 N Phillips Ranch Rd. Drive or walk through the lights. Holiday figures and Christmas trees line entrance to park and City Hall. Photo ops. 2023: 12/17-20, 6-10p; 2024: TBD

GROUND ZERO CAR & TRUCK SHOW: See details on our Portal Car Show Calendar, an annual event in Dec.

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City of Granite Shoals: 830-598-2424; 2221 N Phillips Ranch Rd. Web
Community Center: 830-598-2424; "1208 N Phillips Ranch Rd. Map. City operated.
Ryder's Dance Hall: 830-598-8232; 7911 RM-1431 East. DJ, dancing. Karaoke on Thurs 8-12p




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HAIR OF THE DOG DAY: At Gruene Hall. Free live entertainment all day. Kick off the new year right with free live music will that cure all that ails you from the night (or year) before! 2024: 1/1, Noon-8p

COME & TASTE IT: At Grapevine, taste some of Texas' best wines and craft beer straight from the winemakers and brewers. It's the perfect opportunity to sit, sip and relax in the heart of Gruene Historic District. Complimentary tastings and live music. Free and open to the public. 2024: Feb-Dec, every 3rd Thur

SIP & SWAY: At Grapevine, enjoy live music in the shady garden at The Grapevine every weekend! Sip on Texas wines and craft beer and enjoy the tunes of some of the area's best musicians. Every weekend

FRIDAY AFTERNOON CLUB: At Gruene Hall, it's back! It's our little way of lettin' loose after a full work week and it's kicking off this week! Enjoy happy hour prices, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes, all while being broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels! Every Fri, 4-7p

LIVE TUNES AT GRUENE HALL: At Gruene Hall, most shows are free Mon-Thurs evenings and Sat-Sun afternoons. Fri and Sat evenings are generally ticketed or cover charge shows. Band schedule: Web. Every Day

TWO TON TUESDAYS: At Gruene Hall, it wouldn't be summertime without popular rock-a-billy band, Two Tons of Steel, holding court in Gruene Hall. If you haven't felt the energy of Two Tons live, grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin' night! Band takes the stage at 8:30p but come early for Swing Dance Lessons (see below). Annual event series. 2023: Every Tue, 6/6-8/22, 8:30p; 2024: TBD

ANNUAL RODEO TRAIL RIDE: A 7 day trek beginning in Buda and making its way into San Antonio to kick off the San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo. Trail riders will arrive in Gruene on Tue before continuing their journey. Visitors welcome to meet trail riders and pet the horses. The setting of this historic district makes a perfect backdrop to this timeless Texas tradition. Greater Randolph Area Trail Riders Association (GRA-TRAils) is the non-profit organization hosting and promoting family fun, fellowship and love of horses. 2024: 2/6

LOVE THE RUN YOU’RE WITH: Grab a spouse, friend or furry loved one and come dressed as your favorite famous duo to this 5K run. Presented by Comal ISD’s Comal Fit, who works to make healthier CISD students, staff and communities. Web. 2024: 2/10

TEXAS INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION: To celebrate the anniversary of Texas’ independence, Gruene Historic District is throwing a Texas-sized celebration with special offers and events. 11-4p. See profile below. 2024: 3/2

KINDERSCHUHE 5K RUN & WALK: Proceeds help Communities In Schools purchase shoes for low-income school children. For more information or to register for the race, visit Web. 2024: 3/2

SWING DANCE LESSONS: At Gruene Hall, learn simple, fun East Coast Swing steps in this one-hour class that kicks off before the Two Ton Tuesday show. This class is perfect for beginners or those wanting to polish their wraps, tunnels, turns and spins! One-hour lesson: $10/person. Every Tue, 6p

SIP-N-SHOP & KRINGLE CASH KICKOFF: Stroll through Gruene Historic Dist enjoying complimentary beverages and special offers at the many participating shops. The "Kringle Cash" kickoff is available at select retailers. Stroll as long as you can then from 6-10p rest your feet at Gruene Hall with free live music. 2023: Tue, 11/14, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

GRUENE TURKEY TROT: Annual 5K Run/Walk & 1/4 Mile Kids' Turkey Chase. Fun for the whole family! Start with an exhilarating 5K run/walk through Historic District. Kids under 12 will have a blast chasing a Turkey Mascot for a 1/4 mile. Races begin and end in front of Gruene Hall. Benefits local charities, including Comal County Sheriff's Green Santa Program and the New Braunfels Police Dept Blue Santa Program. Register online at Web or email ccfk@ComalCopsForKids.org for more information. 2023: Thanksgiving Day, 11/23; 2024: TBD

PONY EXPRESS RIDE: Gruene Historic Dist will receive a Pony Express rider from the Heritage Trail Ride Association of New Braunfels. Relay riders carry a "Christmas Greetings" message from Governor of Texas. A temporary Post Office will be next to Gruene Outfitters to cancel stamps for mailing. Bring your Christmas cards to have the stamps cancelled with the commemorative stamp representing Gruene. Annual event. 2023: Sat, 12/2, 10a; 2024: TBD

GRUENE TOWN LIGHTING: In Gruene Historic Dist, the many festivities of the day close out with a brass band street performance followed by the annual town lighting at 6p when Cowboy Kringle rides into town on horseback and hands out candy canes to kids. Free admission. 2023: Sat, 12/2, 5p; 2024: TBD

JINGLE BELL RUN: Annual 5K Run/Walk and Kid’s Ks event, in Gruene Historic Dist. Benefits St Jude’s Ranch for Children. Awards given category. Sponsored by New Braunfels Running Club. 830-708-2991, Web. 2023: Sat, 12/9, 5p; 2024: TBD

BAH HUMBUG!: It’s Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, in Grapevine Garden with an amazing twist – one actor plays all roles in this powerful tale of hope and compassion, and transforms before your eyes into all those beloved characters from Scrooge to Tiny Tim. Annual magical and imaginative re-telling of the holiday classic! Complete with numerous costume changes, special effects and traditional Celtic Christmas tunes! Great fun for whole family! 2023: Sat, 12/9, 11a; 2024: TBD

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Grapevine Garden: 830-606-0093; 1612 Hunter Rd. Web. Complimentary tastings and live music. Free and open to the public.
Gruene Hall: 830-606-1281; 1281 Gruene Rd. Web. During happy hour, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes, all while being broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels! Live music, dance lessons






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HARPER COMMUNITY PARK ACTIVITIES:
Meet The Candidates: 2024: Mon 2/12 6p
Cowboy Gala & Fundraiser: At Expo Center, Ticket req'd. Dine Wetz: 830-739-4883. 2024: Sat 2/17 Social: 5p, Dinner: 6:30p
Frontier Days: 2024: Fri 9/27-Sun 9/29. See Major Events

HARPER LIBRARY ACTIVITIES:
Quilting, Sewing, Needlework: Learn new skills and share. 1st & 3rd Fri 10a
Preschool Storytime: Ages 0-5, books, songs, dancing, crafts, fun. Every Thur 10a, 1/4-5/16
Weight Loss Support: Free, 30 min sessions, guidance. Every Tue 4p
Seniors (55+) Game Day: Play cards, bring snack to share if you like. Every Tue 10a-1p
Spring Native Plants: Support bees, butterflies, birds. Presented by a Texas Master Naturalist. 2024: 2/24 10:30a
Children's Christmas Party: With Santa visit & photos. 2024: Dec TBD

THE STATION ON 290 ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Girls Night Out: Inside show, live music, shopping. Ticket req'd. 2024: Sat 1/13
Daddy Daughter Dance: Live music, steak dinner. whole fam welcome, best dressed contest. Ticket req'd, see web. 2024: Tue 2/27
Crawfish Fest: Ticket: $10/p. Bring your cooler with fav drinks. Food available. 2024: Sat 3/9

RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC: At VFD, by FBG Vet Center. 2024: Sat 2/10, 9-11a

HARPER VFD FISH FRY: "Catfish, Bucks & Firetrucks" benefit, on Hunting Opening Day, at the station. Catfish lunch with all the trimmings, by donation. Silent auction, prizes. Annual event. 2024: TBD

HARPER TURKEY SHOOT: At Community Park, by American Legion, annual fundraiser. Shooters provide own weapon: rifles & archery. $5/shot. Win turkey or ham. Kid' BB shoot. Paddle Wheel. Prizes. Food & drink available from Auxiliary. Elizabeth Fargason: 830-998-3254. 2023: Fri 11/3, 10a-5p; 2024: TBD

VETERANS DAY PROGRAM: Annual event at High School gym. Guest speaker. Brunch follows at First Baptist. 2023: Fri 11/9, 9a; 2024: TBD

HARPER LIVESTOCK SHOW: At HISD Livestock Show Barn on school campus. Youth from 4-H & FFA compete in annual event. Weigh-in: 7-9a. Judging begins: 10a. Order: Angora goats, heifers, steers, market swine, breeding sheep, market lambs, market goats. 200 entries. 2023: Fri 12/16; 2024: TBD

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(The) Arena Cantina: 972-533-6689; 23550 US-290. Web. Family-friendly spot to shop + stay and hangout while enjoying a cold beverage and playing yard games with the occasional live music!
Harper Community Chamber of Commerce: 830-864-4222; Web
Harper Community Park & Hall: 830-864-5048; Located in Community Park, 151 N Park St. Web, Map. N side of US-290 W, in town. A multi-function facility, live entertainment, market days, rodeos, special events.
Harper Library: 830-864-4993; 23247 US-290 W. Web, Facebook. Computer access, wi-fi, copy, print, fax services, books, magazines, more!
Harper VFD: 830-343-3822; 84 RR-783 N. Web
(The) Station on 290: 830-343-3822; 23717 US-290 W. Web. Food, live music typ Sat night
Tres Molinos Ranch & Resort: 830-992-8783; 4260 RR-783 N. Web, Faacebook. Lodging, horseback riding, cattle drive, restaurant, events, entertainment







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Central Texas Field Of Dreams: Baseball facility. See Dripping Springs
Dally's Saloon (down Under): Closed. 830-868-4200; 9097 US-290 E, Henly/Johnson City, TX 78636-4104. Web. On N side, E of the 290/281 intersection. Some munchies, frozen pizza, indoor bar, cold beer, often live music, well done outdoor area with tables.
Stone Valley Texas Outdoor Music Park: 713-851-0163; 7508 US-290 E, Henly/Johnson City, TX 78636. Web. Outdoor amphitheater, live music, bands (see web for schedule. Sat 6-Mid Night
West Henly Boil Shack: 830-225-4701; 7792 US-290 E. Web. Full bar, food, live entertainment




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ANNUAL BIG BAND BASH: At Cafe, supports county Arts Program. 2023: 11/9-12; 2024: TBD

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Hill Top Cafe: 830-997-8922; 10661 US-87 N, Doss/Fredericksburg (Hill Top). Web. Restaurant, entertainment, bed & breakfast located in historic 1930s gas station building. Res required for events.




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BOOGIE AT THE BAY CONCERT SERIES: At Pavilion Park behind Quail Point Lodge. 6-8p. Wednesdays. Free. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, beverages, coolers, friends, good vibes. The home of the Horseshoe Bay Property Onr's Association, this lakeside view and shady lawn are perfect for an outdoor summer concert. Produced by the Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance. Web. 2023: Last Wed in May; & every Wed in June; 2024: TBD

DESIGNER PURSE BINGO: Horseshoe Bay, at HSB Resort, Grand Ballroom, 200 Hi Circle North. Live and silent auctions, cake auction, table decoration contest. Light lunch, complimentary drinks, desert. Annual event benefits Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center. Rain or Shine. Parking: Free. Admission: Ticket required: $80/p. Sponsor Web; Event Web & Tickets; 512-756-2607, Beneficiary Web. 2024: Sat 2/10, Check-in: 10a, Lunch: 11a, Games: Noon

YOUTH TRADES CASINO NIGHT: Annual event by Hill Country Builders Assn, benefiting youth trades programs. High end Vegas style games, food, drinks and prizes. Ticket: $75/p, $600/table. Register. 2024: Fri 4/19, 6-10p

VETERANS DAY HONOR: At St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. Organized by Knights of Columbus Council 15365 of Horseshoe Bay, located at St Paul’s, Guest speaker, brunch. 2023: Fri, 11/10; 2024: TBD

WINE, WOMEN & SHOES: Fundraiser for Marble Falls Education Foundation. Web. Wine tasting, shopping, Shoe Guys, seated dinner, fashion show, live/silent auctions, more. 2023: 11/30, 6-9p, at HSB Resort, Granite Ballroom; 2024: TBD

HORSESHOE BAY CULTURE ENRICHMENT: Brings performances, lectures, educational programs and more to Highland Lakes area. At HSB Resort, Granite Ballroom. Performances open to public. Parking: Free. Admission: Ticket required (available only online), typ includes show plus 2 drinks & dinner. Non-profit. Donations appreciated. Event Schedule & Tickets; Presenter Web. 2024: 2/18 The Miro Quartet; 4/21; 10/20; 12/8

HIGHLAND LAKES CANINE RESCUE BUNKO GUMBO BUNCO LUNCHEON FUNDRAISER: At 539 The Trails Pkwy, Horseshoe Bay. Bunco, raffle, gumbo, margaritas. Proceeds benefit HLCR dogs. Ticket req'd. 830-596-2717. 2024: Thur 2/29 1-4p

CHRISTMAS CONCERT: At Church of Horseshoe Bay. Performed by Heart of Texas Orchestra, 600 Hi Ridge. Free admission. Free refreshments. 2023: Sun 12/17, 3p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
HSB Resort, Granite Ballroom: 877-611-0112; at Hotel Tower, 200 Hi Cir N. Web. Event venue
Quail Point Lodge-Pavilion Park: 107 Twilight Ln
Waterfront Bar & Grill: 877-611-0112; 106 Cove W, Web. Overlooks Lake LBJ. Now open to public. Open every day. Happy hour 4-6p, live music, outdoor decks, patio







CRIDER'S ACTIVITIES: Friday Night Catfish: Catfish plates, acoustic music & family fun! 2024: 5/6-9/2 6-8:30p Rodeo & Dance: Every Sat Night, Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. Rodeo: 8p, Dance after rodeo action. Enjoy live country music on open air dance floor! Family friendly. 9p-1a

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Crider's Rodeo & Dancehall: 830-238-4441; 2301 TX-39. Web
Mo-Ranch: 800-460-4401 x266. Web




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GARRISON BROTHERS DISTILLERY ACTIVITIES: See profile below. • Tours: See web for schedule • Volunteer For Bottling: Contact office to be placed on list. Great fun and understanding of the bottling process. Free drinks, snacks, commaraderie.

LONE STAR BARBECUE SOCIETY (LSBS) COOK-OFF: 325-998-8877; Web. Local event: Blue Lotus Winery Cook-off, 2024: 9/27-28

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Blue Lotus Winery: 830-379-9463; 8500 US-290 W. Web. Wine, mead
Garrison Brothers Distillery: 830-392-0246; 1827 Hye-Albert Rd. Web. Whiskey distillery. Check web for more activities, including bourbon release parties, dinner events, etc.




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Hill Country Arts Foundation HCAF EXHIBITS & PERFORMANCES: At Hill Country Arts Foundation. Parking: Free. Admission: price varies with event. Schedule: See Events. Separate links on their site for Visual Arts events and Performing Arts events.
The Complete History Of America: Indoor live theatre production. 2024: 2/14-3/3, on Val Day, + every Fri & Sat nights at 7:30p, and Sun 2:30p
The Explorers' Club: Indoor live theatre production. 2024: 4/26-5/12
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: Outdoor live theatre production. 2024: 6/7
The Valveteen Rabbit: Outdoor live theatre production. 2024: 7/11-27
Charlotte's Web: Live theatre production. 2024: 7/11-27
Promises, Promises: Indoor live theatre production. 2024: 8/16-9/1
Hill Country Arts Foundation
Stonehenge II Half K & Field Day: And now for something completely silly. Join us for our first ever race event. Wear a silly costume, come and compete, but don't take it too seriously, because at HCAF, everyone gets a medal. Annual event. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. 2024: 9/14, 10a-2p
Nightfall: Indoor live theatre production. 2024: 10/11-28
A Christmas Carol: Annual Charles Dickens' play that recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. 2024: Sat 11/22-12/15, all at 7:30p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Fritzer's Saloon: 830-367-1106; 3370 Junction Highway, Ingram, TX. Facebook. Friendly neighborhood saloon. Full liquor bar. Pizza, pool, darts, karaoke, live music. Outdoor seating
Hill Country Arts Foundation (HCAF): 830-367-5121; 120 Point Theatre Rd S, TX-39. Web. Regular events throughout the year.
Lazy Days Canteen At Roddy Tree Ranch: 830-367-2871; 820 TX-39, Ingram, TX 78025. Web. Live entertainment
Southern Sky Music Cafe: 830-367-2735; 122 Point Theatre Rd S, Ingram, TX 78025. Facebook. At HCAF campus







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LIGHTS SPECTACULAR 2023-2024: At Blanco County Courthouse. See profile below. More details on Festivals. Hayrides available most days of each week.
Lights Kickoff Weekend: Fri-Sat 11/24-25
Lights Weekend Two: Fri-Sat 12/1-2
CASI Chili Cookoff & Block Party: Fri-Sat 12/8-9
Lights Weekend Four: Fri-Sat 12/15-16
Grinchmas: Fri-Sat 12/22-23
Concert & Block Party: Fri-Sat 12/28-30
Lights Fest: Live music, free parking & entry. Fri 12/30, 5-10p

BLANCO COUNTY YOUTH SHOW 2024: Blanco County 4-H and FFA Youth Council: Keitha Johnson, 833-833-4138, bcyc78@gmail.com
Main Event: At Show Barn. 2024: 1/3-5 (clean up at end of show). Prize money & scholarship donations may be mailed to Blanco County Youth Council, POB 1255, Blanco, TX 78606
Premium Sale & Annual Salsa Contest: Salsa winner will have year-long bragging rights as the best Salsa maker in Blanco County and will receive an engraved BOSS Mug by Creative Awards in Fredericksburg. Salsa entry fee: $10. 2024: 1/13, Buyer Luncheon: 11a; Sale: 1p
Clean Up Day: 2024: 1/14 1p
Annual Meeting: At Showbarn. Review of rules, policy changes and suggestions for improvements in Youth Show. Election of directors. Must be paid member by 3/12/2024 to run as a Director and to be able to vote. 2024: 3/20 1p

CITY OF JOHNSON CITY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Community Cleanup: Annual event. To volunteer: https://www.johnsoncitytx.org/johnson-city-spring-clean/. 2024: Sat 3/16

AGRILIFE ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Booster Car Seat Inspection: At Resource Center. 2024: Wed 1/24 4-6p
Owning a Piece of Texas Hill Country: At Resource Center. Range Stewardship, Livestock Management, Land Ownership, Water Conservation. $12/p. 2024: Thur 3/21 1-5p

STEM ACTIVITIES: At Science Mill, see profile below. A family destination offering a fun, interactive learning environment for all ages. Through cutting-edge technology-based exhibits, games and programs, the Science Mill expands students' understanding and appreciation of science in their everyday lives. By igniting their curiosity and inspiring them to pursue post-secondary education, the Science Mill experience starts students on the path to a lifelong career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Unique programs & hands-on activities every week. Movie, cafe, store, field trips, camps, volunteer.
Movie Theater: Inside the Science Mill, admission fee req'd. Typ: Documentaries, see web below
Homeschool Days-Robotics & Coding: 2024: 1/10, 10a-4p
Snow Day: 2024: 1/20, 10a-2p
Homeschool Days-Engineering: 2024: 2/14, 10a-4p
Eclipse: 2024: 4/8, 10a-5p
Homeschool Days-Forensics: 2024: 4/10, 10a-4p
Homeschool Days-Regenerative Agriculture: 2024: 5/8, 10a-4p

COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Senior Services:
Grief Share: Support group, free. Cindy Leonard, Wesley Nurse, 512-771-8783. Every Thur, 10a
Brain Fitness: Monthly, free, by Rotary Club, 830-456-4878
Love Your Health Journey: Includes Physical and mental health visit. What vaccinations do I need?, When do I need a specialist? Light snacks, games, prizes, giveaways. 2024: Fri 2/9 10-11:30a

LIBRARY PROGRAMS: See profile below plus dates and times. Special events every month, plus regular programs:
Home Schooling: All grades, every Thur, 10:30a
Discovery Academy: After-school enrichment program focused on STEM for 3rd-5th graders. 2024: Starts 1/16, meets Tue & Thur, 3:45-5p),
Nursery Rhyme Story Time: Every Thurs, Noon
Sewing Class: register on-line, 11a
Kids Crafts: register on-line, painting; fiber arts; sewing; Cricut classes
Civil War Round Table; Tue 7p
Movies: 10:30a

PEDERNALES FALLS STATE PARK: See profile below.
Star Party: Hosted by non-profit Austin Astronomical Society. Monthly, alternates with Inks Lake State Park. Practical session with loaner telescopes and mentoring. Typ 7-10p. Check schedule: Web. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required. 2023: 12/22-23: 6-7
Last Day Hike: Spend the last evening of 2023 hiking the hills of Pedernales Falls. Join a park ranger for a 2.5-mile sunset trek and enjoy the tranquility of the Pedernales River. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required. 2023: 12/31: 5-7
First Day Hike: Start your new year on a guided, 1.5-mile hike on the Hackenburg Loop Trail at 8:30a, or a 2-mile river walk at 11a. Free event, but a day pass reservation is required. 2024: 1/1
Basics of Fishing: Rods, reels available or bring yours. 2024: Sat 2/24 10-11a

CARTER CREEK WINERY: See profile below
Texas Wine Auction: Promotes health, winemaking education, grants. $200/p. 2024: 5/4

THE YOUTH GROUP: Of First United Methodist Church. Self-funded, open to all middle and high school kids in the greater Johnson City Area. Meets every Wed after school to eat, play games and study God’s word with a focus on discovering and deepening our relationship with God. We attend youth camps, mission trips, fun trips, and host confirmation all while having fun. Devin Roschetzky, Youth Dir, 830-330-0078. youth@fumcjctx.org - See profile below
Spaghetti Fundraiser: At FUMC Activity Center. Contributions allows us to feed the kids, provide class material, fuel church vehicles for youth trips, offset trip costs, pay chaperone fees, and provide scholarships for trips. 2024: Sun 2/4, 11-1p

FRIENDS OF THE NIGHT SKY: All welcome. Visit, learn, volunteer. Meet monthly, 3rd Wed, 9a, El Charo.

LYNDON B JOHNSON'S OVAL OFFICE EXHIBIT: 830-868-7128; at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park HQ & Visitor Center, 100 Lady Bird Lane, near downtown. On display is LBJ's Oval Office from his era as president in the 1960s, replicated from his actual office in the Texas White House that is currently undergoing renovations in Stonewall. It will remain open until the Texas White House is fully restored in late 2024 or early 2025. Includes gifts from foreign and domestic leaders and a recording of a conversation between Johnson and Martin Luther King Jr. Also on display ae drums from the crown prince of Laos, a couch from Johnson's Stonewall home, a beautiful riding saddle Mexico, and many more historical gifts. Open: Sun-Fri: 9a-5p; Sat: 9a-3p

MOVIES @ THE PARK: At Memorial Park, downtown. Outdoors. Family friendly. Feel free to come early to pick your favorite spot! Bring blankets, chairs, sunscreen, bug repellant. Patrons welcome to bring coolers packed with their favorite food and drinks. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Presented by City of Johnson City, Web. 2023 Schedule: Spring & Summer, Occasional Fri, 8p or 8:30p, see website; 2024: TBD

NIGHT ON NUGENT: Art Walk is now "Night on Nugent". The return of receptions at the Galleries and more businesses along Nugent Ave to explore throughout the evening. Organized by Artjctx. Facebook. Every last Sat, Gallery receptions 4-6p

PSB RUN CLUB ACTIVITIES: At Pecan Street Brewery. Facebook. Every Mon, 6:30p
• Weekly Run/Walk 5k: Then enjoy a pint at the Pub
• PSB Beer Challenge 5K Beer Run: Open event, with Run In Texas. 2024: Sat 6/1

BINGO NIGHT: 830-998-6814; at Reck Em. Donations to JC Food Pantry. Wed nights: Doors open 5p; Bingo: 6p

SERVICE INDUSTRY NIGHT, FOUNDER'S CLUB NIGHT, & OPEN MIC NIGHT: 830-998-6814; at Reck Em. General public is welcome as well. Thur nights: 5-9p(ish)

PICKERS CIRCLE NIGHT: At Reck Em. Live music, free. Sun nights: 5-9p(ish)

BLANCO COUNTY SUMMER SERIES: At Blanco County Courthouse, Hoppe Rm, 101 E Pecan Drive. Rad kids, personal empowerment safety education. Abduction prevention, bullying prevention, out and about safety. Registration: $15/child, payable at door first day. Presented by Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center, Erica Melton, ericam@hccac.org
2023 Schedule: June 5-8; July 10-13; 2024: TBD

WINE & THE WORD: At Alex Anthony Vineyards, 213 N Nugent Ave, on Courthouse Square. Free. Every Thur, 6:30p. Darrin: 210-200-9801

TRIVIA & KARAOKE NIGHTS: At Vinovium. Karaoke Night: 2nd & 4th Fri, 6-10p. Trivia Night: 3rd Fri, 7:30p

CHAMBER MIXERS: Typically: free, held monthly, after work hours (5-7p-ish), at varying locations, don't have to be a Chamber member (just show interest); free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards. See schedule at Chamber Calendar, 830-868-7684

MUSIC & MOVIE NIGHTS: At Carter Creek, in the Pavilion. Every Fri night, 6-10:30p. See web below for more details.

SUMMER & WINTER MUSIC SERIES: At Fat Boyz, outside in covered Fatz Garden, Fri & some Sat nights. 6-9p. See web below for more details.

LIVE MUSIC & DANCING: At Pecan Street Brewery. Every Sun night: Lost Sounds of a Texas Honky Tonk, 6-9p. Many Sat nights, 6-9p (check web below)

VIVA LAS VEGAS GALA: At Fairgrounds & Show Barn. Annual event, with dinner, live music, dance, beer & wine bar, raffle, games. Benefits JC Education Foundation Scholarship Fund. Parking: Free. Admission: $50/p. Cynthia Keene, Chair: 830-868-4564, Web. 2024: 1/27, 6:30-10p

JC JOULES ROBOTICS: See profile below
Pancake Breakfast & Silent Auction Fundraiser: At Methodist Church. 2024: 2/17 9a-Noon

TRICK OR TREATING: At the Square, and nearby. By City of JC. 2024: 10/31

VETERANS CEREMONY: Annual, at High School Eagle Stadium. All veterans, Active Duty, and First Responders invited. 2023: 11/9. 9:30a; 2024: TBD

HERO FEST: At Reck 'Em, annual benefit DAV. Shrimp boil, bingo, cornhole, live music, All Day Market. 2023: 11/11, Noon-9p; 2024: TBD

JINGLE ALL THE WAY: Annual Holiday Sip & Shop at JC shops. Special discounts and cocktails at each shop. Prizes. 2023: 11/16, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

FEAST OF GIVING: At CRC, Join for annual luncheon feast. Bring a friend. Free. Sign up on Web to bring something. 2023: 11/17, 11:30a-1:30p; 2024: TBD

THANKSGIVING POTLUCK FEAST: At Methodist, in Activity Center, annual "George Barnette Community" event. Everyone invited. Free. Bring a side, veggie, salad or dessert to share, we'll provide the turkey and drinks. 2023: 11/23, 11a-1p; 2024: TBD

JINGLE JAUNT 5K & KID'S K RUN: At Courthouse Square. Tickets & details: Web. 2023: 12/16, 8a; 2024: TBD

BRAIN FITNESS: At CRC, held monthly by Rotary Club to help folks keep their brains in shape by offering a fitness event. Free. Contact Anne-Marie Morgan, 830-456-4878

GRIEF SHARE: A support group helping those who have experienced passing of a loved one. Program is video driven offering a caring, confidential environment. Open to everyone. Free. Contact Cindy Leonard, RN, Wesley Nurse, 512-771-8783

Methodist Church LIVING NATIVITY PAGEANT: At Methodist Church, Activity Building, on Ave E side of church, half block N of Main St, at Ave E and E Pecan Drive. Annual program for all ages, 5 free shows per night, starting 6:30p, 7p, 7:30p, 8p, and 8:30p. Rain or shine. Refreshments. 830-868-7414. Web. 2023: 12/1-2; 12/8-9; 2024: TBD

HOLIDAY LIGHT DISPLAY: At Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) at HQ, 201 S Ave F. 1.3+ million sparkling LED lights, illuminating dozens of majestic oak trees, earning it's nickname: "Twinkliest Town in Texas". Free. Family & dog friendly. Web. 2023: 11/24-2024: 1/7, 6p-Midnight

BLANCO COUNTY COMMUNITY CHOIR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM:
2023: Community Church of the Hills, Johnson City. 2023: Fri, 12/1, 8p; First Baptist Church, Blanco, Sun, 12/3, 7p; 2024: TBD

SANTA HERE: At Best Western, at intersection of US-281 & 290. 830-868-4044. Starting Sun until Christmas, Santa will be here in the Breakfast area & lobby. 2023: 7-10a; 2024: TBD

GRINCH IS COMING: Grinch will be spotted in Memorial Park and making his rounds around town. Beware, you never know when or where he'll pop out in his Grinchy way! Join us for Grinch Movie Night! Watch how Grinch Stole Christmas on a big screen on the courthouse lawn! Showings: 6p & 8p. 2023: Fri-Sat 12/22-23, 6-9p; 2024: TBD

VIVA LAS VEGAS GALA: At Showbarn. Fundraiser for JC Education Foundation's Scholarship Fund. Dinner, dance beer, wine, raffle, wine pull, games with a Vegas twist. Ticket: $50/p. 2024: 1/27, 6-10p

NEW YEAR'S PARTY: At Portree Cellars. Enjoy complimentary glass of sparkling wine & sbacks. 2023: Sat 12/30, Noon-6p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.

Bamberger Ranch Preserve & Bat Cave (Selah): 830-868-2630; 2341 Blue Ridge Dr. Nature, Pure & Simple. An ecological restoration and conservation project. Environmental Educational Institute, preservation programs, lodging, meeting facilities, tours for children and adults, and more. The largest habitat restoration project on private land in Texas. Educational and interpretive services as well as transportation provided by ranch staff. Non-profit. Web, Facebook. Also see: Bats. Map
Blanco County Community Choir: Facebook. A non-profit, unauditioned, adult choir representing Blanco County and nearby areas. Performances at various venues. Annual holiday concert series. blancocountychoir@gmail.com
Blanco County Community Resource Center (CRC): 830-868-0208; 206 US-281 S. Web, FB, Map. Community educational, service and social activities
Blanco County Fairgrounds & Show Barn: 619 US-281 N, just S of Pedernales River bridge (Map)
Carter Creek Winery Resort & Spa: 830-460-0776; 4064 US-290 W. Web. Brewery, winery, restaurant, lodging, Sat night live entertainment, activities.
Fat Boy Burgers: 830-868-0264; 104 US-281 N. Web. Food, beer, live music
First United Methodist Church: 830-868-7414; 105 N LBJ Dr. Web
(City Of) Johnson City: https://www.johnsoncitytx.org
Johnson City Joules: www.johnsoncityjoules.org. A non-profit group of teenagers whose passion is robotics.
Johnson City Library: 830-868-4469; 501 N Nugent Ave. Open: Mon-Fri: 9a-7p. Sat: 9a-2p. Sun: Closed. Web. Many adult & youth educational and social activities
Memorial Park: 830-868-7111; US-290 at Ave G (105 E Main St)
Pecan Street Brewery: 830-868-2500; 106 E Pecan St. Facebook, Web. Food, wine/beer bar, live entertainment
Pedernales Falls State Park: 830-868-7304; 2585 Park Rd 6026. TPWD WebHill Country Parks & Lakes. No additional fee on some events, but a day pass is required. Day Pass: $6/person ages 13+; children under 13: free
Pedernales Falls Trading Post: 830-719-4793; 8947 RR-2766. Web. Occasional live entertainment
Portree Cellars: 830-330-1119; 668 RR-1320. Facebook. Web. Vineyard, winery, tasting room, club
Proof & Cooper at The Lumberyard: 209 E Main St. Web. Food, full bar, live music, arcade room
Reck Em Right Brewing Co: 830-998-6814; 102 S Ave G. Web. Small batch craft beer brewing, live music, live music Sundays pickers circle, events, bingo, special group nights.
Science Mill: 844-263-6405; 101 Ladybird Ln (US-290 at Nugent Ave), Web. Unique programs & hands-on activities every week. Movies, cafe.
Texas Hills Vineyard: 830-868-2321; 878 RR-2766, Web. Live music occasionally
Vinovium: 830-868-8010; 214 Edmonds Ave. Web. Events, classes, trivia & karaoke nights. Open late. Located E of Hye, off US-290 W, on N side.






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JONESTOWN SATURDAY NIGHTS CONCERT SERIES: Behind the fire station at Fireman's Park. Free, laid-back, relaxing, sunset concert. Join your neighbors and listen to some great local musicians. Bring snacks, comfy chair, blanket, ice chest (no glass please), and your dancing shoes. Provided by City of Jonestown Parks & Recreation Dept. Parking: free at City Hall. 2023: Mar-May, Every 2nd & 4th Sat, 7-9p; 2024: TBD

LIVE MUSIC: At Lucky Rabbit, most every day/night, check web schedule for date, time. Occasionally Trivia Night, 6-9p

NAMELESS SALOON ACTIVITIES: See profile below.
Patrick's Day Weekend Campout: Crawfish boil, costume contest, live music all weekend. RSVP for camping spot. 2024: Sat-Sun 3/16-3/17

TORTOISE & THE HARE 5K: At Jones Brother Park. Web. 2023: 11/18, 8a; 2024: TBD

TREE LIGHTING: At Jones Brothers Park. Santa & Mrs, toys, treats, pics. 2023: Fri, 12/1, 6-8p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Fireman's Park: 737-236-9929; 18314 Park Dr, FM-1431, behind the fire station
Jones Brothers Park: 512-267-7007; 18649 FM-1431
Jonestown Community Center:, 18649 FM-1431, Ste 6-A
Lucky Rabbit: 512-382-5035; 18626 Ranch Rd. Web. Kitchen, full bar, arcade games, outdoor patio and bar, live music, dog-friendly with park. Football watch parties.
Nameless Saloon: 737-340-7020; 23296 Nameless Rd, in Nameless, TX, just N of Jonestown. Web. Craft drinks, beer, food trucks, live music stage. Just N of Jonestown




LONE STAR BARBECUE SOCIETY (LSBS) COOK-OFF: 325-998-8877; Web. Local event: Junction Kow Kick, State Championship - 2024: 9/6-7

LOVE HURTS 5K/10K RUN: Hilary Jackson: 512-516-9184, hilcjackson@gmail.com - Register. 2024: 2/17

RUN, BIKE, PADDLE TRIATHLON: This Hill Country Challenge brought to you by the City of Junction. Awards. Annual event. 325-446-3190, Chamber Web; Event Web, Hoyt Moss 325-446-5087, hoyt.moss@yahoo.com - 2023: 11/18; 2024: TBD

PREDATOR CALLING CONTEST: $200/team. Age 18+. Call Chamber: 325-446-3190. 2024: 3/16-17

THREE BANDS EVENT: At Junction City Park. Unique all day event. 2024: 5/11

CINCO DE MAYO EVENT: 2024: 4/27

GULF TOURNAMENT: 2 Person - 2 Day. Chris Casaday: cjcasaday@yahoo.com - 2024: 6/1-2

FIREWORKS: At Junction City Park. Display over S Llano River area. 2024: 2024: 7/4 at sunset

WILD GAME DINNER: At Coke Stevenson Memorial Center. Annual event, with raffle of guns, hunting paraphernalia, knives, & more after eating. Exotic game, chili and trimmings. Admission: $10/p. 830-446-3190. Chamber Web. 2023: 11/25, 6:30p; 2024: TBD
SOUTH LLANO RIVER STATE PARK: See profile below
TPWD Rainbow Trout Winter Release: Usually at South Llano River State Park. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Coke Stevenson Memorial Center: 440 US-83 N
Hill Country Fair Grounds: FM-2169
Junction City Park: 202 N 2nd St, off Loop 481
Kimble County Chamber: 325-446-3190. Web, Facebook. chamber@junctiontexas.com
Kimble County Library: 325-446-2342; 208 N 10th S. Web. Many programs & activities.
Schreiner Park: 202 N 2nd St
South Llano River State Park: 325-446-3994, TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Entrance Fees: Adult: $5/day, Child 12 Years and Under: Free. River fun, hiking/biking, nature watching, camping, stargazing, volunteer, ranger programs




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ANNUAL KENDALIA HOMECOMING: This is the main fund raising event sponsored by the Community Club to provide funds for the maintenance and operational costs of the Community Club building. Held annually on 4th Sun in June at the Club.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Kendalia Community Club: 830-336-2662; 2610 RR-473. Web
Kendalia Halle Dance Hall: 210-863-1100; Web. Renovated historic dance hall and event center with great country western music; food
Kendalia General Store: 830-336-2450; 2545 RR-473. Facebook. The way it was! Excellent hamburgers.
Kendalia Public Library: 830-336-2002; 2610 RR-473. Web





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KERR COUNTY STOCK SHOW: Annual event at Hill Country Youth Event Center: Exhibition Hall, Indoor Arena, Show Barn. Web, Facebook. Start off with annual Cowboy Breakfast (1/2, 6-8a). 2024: 1/2-6, 7a-9p

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Swine & Ag Mech Show: At Hill Country Youth Event Center. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/13 thru to the 1/20 "Grandstand Sale" at Fredericksburg Fairgrounds

CAILLOUX THEATER PERFORMANCES: See profile below
Symphony Of The Hills-Many Moods Of Christmas: 75 piece orchestra, plus Grand Symphony Chorus. Sing-along. 2023: Thurs, 12/7, Wine reception: 6p, Concert: 7p
Symphony Of The Hills-Pops & Popcorn: Features great orchestral music that has accompanied some of the most popular films of all time. 2024: Sat: 1/6, Wine reception: 6p, Concert: 7p

CAMERATA RECITALS: At First Presbyterian Church. See profile below. Live classical music.
Star Crossed: 2024: 1/12 4p
Las Musas: 2024: 2/9 4p
Bold Brilliance: 2024: 4/5 4p

MUSEUM OF WESTERN ART: See profile below
2024 Western Art Workshops: "Finding Your Inner Voice": $50/p, 4/29-5/1; "Daytime & Nighttime Scenarios": $400/p, 5/7-9; "How To Put Your Art Into Your Work": $450/p, 6/20-22; "The Third Dimension", $450, 9/14-16; "Using Your Pastels to Express Yourself": $450/p, 10/7-9

KACC ART EXHIBITS: At Kerr Arts & Cultural Center (KACC), at various galleries and times within the Center, all year. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. 2024: See Art Exhibit Schedule

POOL TOURNAMENT: 830-634-3075; at Gravity Check. 8-Ball Calcutta. Entry Fee: $10/man, $5/lady, $20 to last lady standing, Web. Every Mon, Sign-Up: 6p

SUMMER CONCERTS BY THE RIVER: Louise Hays Park. 7p. Enjoy evenings of summer jams along the banks of the Guadalupe River. Food and refreshments available for purchase. Bring your picnic blankets and lawn chairs! Fee: Free Admission. 2023 Schedule: 3/31, 4/28, 6/23, 9/9; 2024: TBD. Web Schedule

SUMMER SERIES MOVIES IN THE PARK: At various city park locations. See website for schedule. Load up the car and bring the kids, blankets, drinks and a flashlight for a free evening outside at the movies. Bring something to sit on. Glass containers not permitted in the park. No registration required, just show up and enjoy the evening with a movie and fresh popcorn! In case of inclement weather the movie will be moved to an inside location in the park. All movies are G-Rated through PG-13 Rated. Parental Guidance suggested at PG or PG-13 movies. Contact Parks & Recreation Department, 830-257-7300, Web Schedule

WILD WEST WINE WEDNESDAY AT WESTERN ART: At Museum of Western Art. Enjoy a pleasant evening learning the latest from local wineries and distilleries. Includes samples, networking and short presentation on what's going on at MOWA. Complimentary. Web. 5:30-7:30p. 2023: 6/7, 8/2, 9/6, 10/4, 11/1, 12/6; 2024: TBD

WINE SHARE: 830-896-6600; A fun way to meet new wines, people, places of business, and art. Bring one bottle of wine per each two people, and your own glasses. See website for new location each month, and the rules: Web. 2023 Schedule: Every 1st Fri, 6-7:30p, different locations

SOUTHERN SKY MUSIC CAFE: Live entertainment

NATURE NIGHTS: At Riverside Nature Center Assn, 1 hr, 6-7p, free, new topic each week. Every Tue, 6/13-8/8

EVENT AFTERNOONS & EVENINGS: At Off Main Brewing, fun activities, no regular recurring themes, but something different each time.

PIER 27: 830-896-7437; 1521 Junction Hwy. Live music, events, sports TV, deck, food, karaoke (every Wed & Sun, 8p

TEXAS CLASH CAGE FIGHT: At 3785 TX-27. Live amateur mixed martial arts & kickboxing event. Web, Facebook. 2024: 6/8 7p

PUMPKIN PAINTING: At Blue Oak. 2023: During Oct, every Sat; 2024: TBD

SHREINER MANSION TOURS: At 236 Earl Garrett St. Holiday decorated. Docent guided tours. Carolers perform each tour day at Noon on balcony. Sleigh in courtyard for photos. Video of history of mansion and area. Homemade cookies % wassail. Sponsored by Cailloux Foundation, 830-895-5222. Tickets at door. Adults: $15, Students: $5, Under 9: free

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Swine & Ag Mech Show: At Hill Country Event Center. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/15 thru to the 1/20 Grandstand Sale at Fredericksburg Fairgrounds

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Louise Hays Park. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Blue Oak Trading: 830-315-2583; 1834 Junction Hwy. Web. Events
Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library: 830-257-8422; 425 Water St. Web. Many programs & activities. City operated.
First Presbyterian Church: 800 Jefferson. Location for Camerata San Antonio chamber music concerts. cameratasa.org. 210-492-9519
Kathleen C Cailloux Theater (City Center For The Performing Arts): 830-792-7469; 910 Main St. Web. Schedule & Tickets: See Performances, 830-896-9393. Pronounced "CAL-low"
Hill Country Youth Event Center: 830-257-3112; 3785 TX-27 E, 1/2 mi E of VA Hospital.
Gravity Check Saloon & Arena: 830-634-3075; 3979 Bandera Hwy (TX-173). Web. 8-Ball Calcutta pool tournament, every Mon; live entertainment
Kathleen C Cailloux Theater (City Center For The Performing Arts): Ofc: 830-792-7469; Ticket: 830-896-9393; 910 Main St. Web. Pronounced "CAL-low".
Kerr Arts & Cultural Center (KACC): 830-896-9393; 228 Earl Garrett St. Web. Exhibitions, instruction in the arts and fine crafts, and educational programs for adults and young people. All year. Parking: Free. Admission: Free
Louise Hays Park: 830-257-7300; 202 Thompson Dr
Museum of Western Art (MOWA): 210-296-1924; 1550 Bandera Hwy. Web. Western art exhibits, galleries, artifacts, activities, award-winning museum store. Occasional special bonus crafting, fun for whole family.
Off Main Brewing: 214-430-4435; 703 Water St. Web. Boutique tasting room for craft beer, local wine or glass of bubbly champagne. Events, activities.
Pier 27 River Lounge & 8 Ball Pizzeria: 830-896-7437; 1521 Junction Hwy. Web. Live music, events, sports TV, deck, food, karaoke
(The) Ridge Marketplace: 830-896-0420; 13439 RR-783 S. Web. A mini-mall. Events. Live music typ Fri-Sat nights
Riverside Nature Center: 830-257-4837; 150 Francisco Lemos St S. Web. Located in the heart of town on Guadalupe River at junction of Town Creek. An urban wildlife and native plant sanctuary with unique arboretum with 140+ species of trees as well as cacti, glorious wildflowers, shrubs, native grasses, birds, insects and other animals. Meandering walking trails that go to the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River. Explorer's lab for children, nature education programs, visitor center, historical general store. Free Nature Nights
Southern Sky Music Cafe: 830-367-2735; 101 Rowland Ln. Web. Live entertainment
Southway Pub: 830-955-5010; 100 Southway Dr. Facebook. Live music on WE.
Symphony of the Hills: Web







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CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See Chamber web below for schedule & details.
Chamber Awards Ceremony: At Cedar Skies Barn at Log Country Cove, 614 Log Country Cove. Dinner, entertainment, silent auction. Red carpet. Dress up. $40/mbr; $45/non-mbr. 2024: Thur 2/22 6p
Mixers: Showcase your business, network with attendees; light bites provided. Monthly, 1st Thur. Typ 5-7p. Jackpot
Breakfast Club: At Kingsland Library, Typ: 7:45-9a
Coffee & Conversation: At Kingsland Library. With Chamber President. 1/17, 9-9a
Winter Texan Dinners: At Cedar Skies Barn at Log Country Cove, 614 Log Country Cove. Open: 5p. Dinner: 6p. Chamber provides main diner, guests bring sides and deserts. Raffle prizes, entertainment, fellowship. Parking & Admission: Free. Jan-Mar. 2024: Tue 1/9, 2/13
Silver Santa Program: We prepare gift bags and deliver them to about 150 residents of Windchime at the Village and Kingsland Care Center. Santa leads sing-along of Christmas carols to provide holiday cheer. Seeking donations in cash to purchase small items to fill bags. Drop donation off at Chamber office or mail check to Chamber.

KINGSLAND LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Homeschooler Program: Every Tue, 10a. Check schedule on web
Storytime: 2024: Wed 10a, 1/10, 1/17, 2/14

WAKEPOINT ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: Enjoy fun, food and drinks in an outdoor, safely spaced environment. See schedule on web below.
Bingo Night: At The Spot. Free entry and prizes. Join us for a night of fun, luck, excitement. 7p. 2024: 2/20; 3/19
Super Bowl Watch Party: At The Spot. 2024: Sun 2/11 5:30p
Fat Tuesday: At The Spot. 2024: Tue 2/13 3p
Crawfish Boil: 2024: 4/20 11a until sold out of mug bugs

BOAT TOWN ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Live Music: Enjoy fun, food and drinks in an outdoor, safely spaced environment. See schedules on webs below.

KHAC ARTS & CRAFTS: At Kingsland House of Arts and Crafts (KHAC). Every month, 1st Sun, 1-4p. A delightful afternoon of crafting and camaraderie. Bring your ongoing project or that long-awaited endeavor you've been meaning to complete, and spend a few hours immersed in creative bliss alongside fellow artists and crafts enthusiasts. You'll have opportunity to work on your project, exchange ideas, and enjoy company of like-minded individuals. Refreshments available to keep your creative energy flowing.

NIGHTENGALE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CENTER-LCRA PARK TOURS: Near Kingsland, 830-598-5261; FM-1431 to CR-126. Tours are weather permitting, and feature visits to local archaeological sites and areas of interest. Admission: Free. Web, Web. See Parks. Every 3rd Sat, 2-5p

KINGSLAND SCHOOL:
Coffee & Conversation: Presentation by Principal Missy Dean. 2024: 2/21 8-9a

DELTA PHI FALL GALA FUNDRAISER: At Log Country Cove, Dinner, open bar, live music, door prizes, raffles, Blinky ring game. Benefits St Jude Research Hospital, and local charities, scholarships. Ticket: $40/p. 2023: 11/16, 5:30-8:30p; 2024: TBD

AFTER TURKEY 5K & KIDS 1 MILE: Run, walk or trot. Annual event, Charlotte, 325-388-0733, charlotte.dilworth@kingslandfitness.com - 2023: 11/24; 2024: TBD

PARADE: Line-up on Pioneer Ln at 4:30p. Annual Christmas parade will weave through town. Presented by Hill Country Auxiliary. 2023: Sat 12/9, 6p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.

Boat Town Burger Bar & Patio 2900: 325-762-7980; 325-270-0620; 151 Melodie Ln. Web. Marina, patio, outdoor stage, live music, events, pizza, wraps, sandwiches, bingo
Hill Country Auxiliary: 325-248-7066; hillcountryauxiliary@gmail.com
Kingsland Branch Library: 325-388-3170; 125 W Polk St. Web, Facebook. A variety of activities and events. Free frequent movies. Meeting room. Print/copy/fax. Wi-fi. Puzzles. And, of course, newspapers, magazines & BOOKS!
Kingsland Chamber of Commerce: 325-388-6211; Chamber Web, Facebook. Mixers, breakfast club, Winter Texan meals, socials
Kingsland Community Convention Center: 325-388-3321; POB 1143, 3451 Rose Hill Dr. Web
Kingsland House of Arts & Crafts (KHAC): 325-388-6159; FM-1431 & 112 W Chamberlain St, across from Wells Fargo ATM. Web. A unique member-operated club and store featuring the largest selection of fine handmade crafts in the Highland Lakes area.
Kingsland School: 512-869-3030; 325-388-0020; 2112 RR-1431. Web. Tuition-free public charter school offering college readiness curriculum. K-12. A School Of Choice
Log Country Cove: 614 Log Country Cove
Longhorn Cavern State Park: TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes, Park Web. Tour Fee: Adult: From $22.50, Ages 4-11: $12.50. Explore this wonderland cavern on a guided walking tour. See as it existed before modern lights and pathways. Enjoy a primitive caving adventure through the undeveloped lower level of the cavern. Gemstone mining. Snack bar, gift shop.
(The) Place Downtown: 214-952-9763; 1910 RR-1431 W. Web. Non-profit community venue for parties, meetings, parades, special event, car shows, movies. A cafe, coffee shop, deli & unique event center
Wakepoint LBJ: 325-484-4448; 14757 RR-1431 W. Web. Marina, fuel, convenience store, restaurant, regular live entertainment, market days, events




KYLE CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
ChatGPT Luncheon: Explore the potential of ChatGPT and AI. Ideal for small business owners at any stage of their AI journey. Learn how AI can elevate your business marketing. At Old Town, Sage Hall. Presented by SCORE. Web. $25/p, $30/non-mbr. Includes lunch. 2024: Tue 3/26 10:30-1p office@kylechamber.org

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Central Texas AMVETS Post 115: 401 Veterans Dr
Gregg-Clarke Park: 1231 W Center St
James Adkins Pool: 1100 W Center St
Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor's Bureau: 512-268-4220; 401 Center Street. Web
Lake Kyle: 1231 W Center St
Mary Kyle Hartson City Square Park: 512-262-3939; 101 S Burleson St. Google Maps. Web
(The) Railhouse: 107 E Center St
Sage Hall: 1205 Roland Ln, Old Town |







RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.

COFFEE WITH A COP: At LV PD, 5901 Municipal Complex Way. Every Wed, 8:30-10a. Call Crystal to schedule: 512-267-7141

KIDS NIGHT OUT: At Arise Gym, movie night, snacks, drop-off program. $35/p. Schedule: Every Fri night, 6:30–10p

TWILIGHT CONCERTS: At Villa Antonia, an Italian mansion located between Jonestown and Lago Vista, just off FM-1431, at 19039 Adrian Way, Jonestown. Held the 2nd Tue, Sep-Feb, 7:30p. Come at 6:30p with your appetizer and join your neighbors as we gather for an hour of mingling prior to the start of the concert. Stay on for the artist reception after the concert, where local community organizations sponsor the artist's reception. This unique opportunity gives ticket holders a chance to meet each artist in a cozy setting. Sit back, relax and enjoy a moving musical experience with some of the world's finest musicians. Web

3RD FRIDAY COFFEE: At The Hope Center, Lago Vista. Heroes Night Out, Veterans & First Responders. Web. Every month, 3rd Fri, 8-10a

KARAOKE: At Flip House. Every Thurs, 7-10p

CHAMBER ACTIVITIES:
Coffee With The Chamber: At varying locations, times and topics. Open to the public. 2023: 9/7, 10/5; 2024: TBD. See web below.
Chamber Awards Banquet: At K-Oaks Clubhouse. 2024: 2/21 11:30a-1p
Chamber Holiday Party: At Casey Bldg. Holiday jingle & mingle with friends & colleagues. Food, drink, song, door prizes. Open to public. 2023: 12/4, 5p; 2024: TBD

LIBRARY ACTIVITIES:
Pajama Jam Storytime & Stuffy Sleep-over: Come dressed in your jammies and bring your favorite stuffed animal. Leave your stuffy at the library overnight to see what all they get into! 2023: 11/21, 6-7p; 2024: TBD

TRIVIA NIGHT: At LV Brewing. Every Mon, 6-7:30p

KIDS CRAFT NIGHT: At Dax + Jade. Buy ticket. Every Wed, 5:30-6:30p

JOY OF CHRISTMAS: At LVHS Performing Arts Center. Performed by Hill Country Singers. Web. 2023: Fri 11/17, 7p; 2024: TBD

PAY WHAT YOU CAN THANKSGIVING LUNCH: At Bakers Brisket Co, 7500 Lohman Ford Road. Brisket, sides, tables. Annual event. 2023: Thur 11/23, 11a-2p; 2024: TBD

TREE LIGHTING: At City Hall Parking Lot. 2023: Mon, 12/4, 5:30-8:30p; 2024: TBD

LIGHTS & SOUNDS OF CHRISTMAS: At LVHS Football Stadium, 5185 Lohman Ford Road. Spectacular drone light show, music, food, family fun. Please bring a non perishable food item for entry. 2023: 12/16, Gates open 5p; 2024: TBD

LIONS CLUB BLOOD DRIVE: At CVS Parking Lot, 20601 FM-1431, Lago Vista. Eat a full meal before donating, must bring photo ID. Web. 2023: Sat 12/16, 8:30a-12:30p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
The Arise Gym: 512-297-2543; 7305 Bar K Ranch Rd, Lago Vista. Web
Casey Building: 20604 FM-1431, Ste 8
City Hall & Parking Lot: 5308 Thunderbird St. Web
Darling Art School: 512-567-2413; 20308 Dawn Dr. Web
Dax + Jade: 19621 FM-1431, Ste 200. Web
(The) Flip House: 512-296-2408; 20602 FM-1431, Ste 200. Web. Restaurant & bar
(The) Hope Center: 512-986-7660; 20513 Dawn Dr. Web
K-Oaks POA, Clubhouse & Grande Pavilion: 512-267-2895; 7000 Bar K Ranch Rd. Web. Map. Activity Center, Clubhouse, Pavilions (3)
Lago Vista Public Library: 512-267-3868; 5803 Thunderbird, Ste 40, next to City Hall. Web. See web for activities
Lago Vista Brewing Co: 8001 Bronco Ln. Web
LVHS Performing Arts Center: 5185 Lohman Ford Rd. Web
North Lake Travis Chamber Of Commerce: 512-267-7952; 20624 FM-1431, Ste #8, Lago Vista, TX 78645. Chamber Web, info@northlaketravischamber.org




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LAKEWAY ARTS DISTRICT: See web below for event schedule including many other solo activities.

ARTS IN THE AFTERNOON: A series of arts events from various talented and local performers, including musicians, bans, classical chamber music, dance and more. Held at Lakeway Activity Center. Free. See schedule on web.

MASTERPIECE CONCERT SERIES: Chamber music concerts focused on cello and violin music, featuring well known classical composers. Held at Lakeway Activity Center, 4-5p Free, family-friendly events

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Lakeway Activity Center: 512-314-7500; 105 Cross Creek. City of Lakeway. Web. Frequent activities. See calendar on web.
Lakeway Arts District: 512-314-7509; Web. Events, activities at various locations.




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LAMPASAS COUNTY YOUTH LIVESTOCK SHOW: Show Barn. Facebook, Event Web. 2024: 1/11-13

LAMPASAS CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Business Brew & Learn: At Public Library. Exchange valuable insights with peers; Learn in areas you want to grow; Connect with the local business community. Web. Every 2nd Tue 8:30a

PUTTER & GUTTERS ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Dink & Drink: Every Tue, 6-9p
Cornhole: Every Thur, 7-10p
More: On other nights occasionally: clinics, concerts, comedy shows, bowling league, adult game nights

OPEN MIC: At Saloon 37. Bring guitar & voice. 2024: Wed 2/7 6-9p

SQUARE FOOT GARDENING CLASS: At County Annex Conference Rm, 409 S Pecan St. By Lampasas Community Gardens. Free admission. Donations appreciated. 2024: Sat 2/10 2p

HORSE-GAL-ENTINE'S DINNER: At Tyson's Corners Retreat Center. Prizes for you and your horse. Benefits Equine Rescue, Rescue Rio. $35/p, reservation req'd, Joanna Dunlap: 254-258-6856. Web. 2024: Wed 2/14 5-9p

DENIM & BOOTS: At Open Gate Cowboy Church, 1602 E Ave J. Steak dinner, musicc, dancing, door prizes. RSVP req'd, 512-589-3751 or purchase at church. Web2024: Sat 2/24 6-10p

KM ANNUAL GOLF SCRAMBLE: At Hancock Park Golf Course. 2 person scramble. Shotgun start. Benefits school supplies. 512-556-3202. $60/p. 2024: Mon 6/24 1p

CREATING BADGER BUILDERS DINNER FUNDRAISER: At Show Barn. Annual event, come have enjoyable time and support our CTE programs. $25/p. Mike Olson: 254-258-8171, Web. 2024: Sat 3/23 4-10p

LAMPASAS BEER MARKET: Boogie Nights music bingo. Games. Trivia Music Jams. Sports TV. Family friendly.

CHRISTMAS ON THE CREEK: Stroll through Santa's Village and take photos at the Candy Shop, church, and North Pole Post Office. Includes sleigh rides, live music, "snow," hot cocoa and snacks. 2023: Sat 12/14; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at WM Brook Park Lake. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
County Youth Livestock Center (Show Barn): 283 US-183 N
Courthouse Square: 501 E 4th St
Creating Badger Builders: Mission: To provide local high school students the opportunity to work alongside industry experts and professionals to gain real-world work experience and prepare them to be well-trained, productive and educated craftsmen in the local construction industry. Donations needed. Mike Olson: 254-258-8171, Web, Facebook. creatingbadgerbuilders@gmail.com
Lampasas Beer Market: 512-588-7008; 502 S Pecan St. Web. Beer, pizza, wings, live music
Lampasas County Chamber: 512-556-5172, 205 US-281 S. Web, Events
Lampasas Music Collective:
LHS Culinary: Non-profit
Putters & Gutters Fun Center: 512-564-5224; 2341 US-281 S. Web, Facebook. 12 lane bowling, putt-put golf, skating rink, karts, arcade, restaurant, bar, party rooms, concerts, pickle ball, cornhole
Saloon 37: 406 E 3rd St
580 Sports Complex: 2351 FM-580







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REAL COUNTY JR LIVESTOCK SHOW: Annual event at EE Bushong Showbarn. 830-232-6755. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/11-12

LIONS BINGO: At American Legion, 238 Mountain St. Every Thurs, Doors open: 6:30p; play begins: 7:15p. Food and drinks available. Sponsored by Leakey Lions Club.

KIRB MEET & GREET: Members and non-members. See web for schedule.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
American Legion Post: #489: 830-232-4449; 238 Mountain St. Facebook
EE Bushong 4H & FFA Showbarn: 830-232-6755; RR 337 W, at Patterson Creek Rd
Keep It Real Beautiful, Inc (KIRB): 972-948-6671. Web. Facebook. Focused on waste reduction, litter prevention & beautification; an affiliate member of Keep Texas Beautiful for Real County
Real County Junior Horse Club (RCJHC):
RCJHC Rodeo Arena: 226 RR-336




RECURRING COMMUNITY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES IN THIS TOWN: Check each venue website for updated calendar details.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EVENTS:
Leander Leadership: A 9 month education and development series packed with the very best course curriculum, cultivating qualified, passionate leaders to solve problems and develop our community, connect with other professionals, and strengthen skills required for a lifelong leadership career. Applications due 2024: 1/20, Web
Chamber After Hours: Monthly event, various locations, often light fare and beverages, see web below.
Chamber Women's Network: Monthly event, various locations, see web below. 2024: 1/16, 9a, Leander Activity Center, $40-$50/person
Chamber Lunch & Learn: Monthly event, various locations, see web below. Typ 11:30-1p. 2024: Tue 2/27, 11:30a-1P, Facilities Resource, Inc, 1641 Scottsdale Dr
Chamber After Lunch Workshop: Typ 1:15-2:45p, same location as Lunch & Learn
Chamber Micro Groups: Real Estate; Social Media; Non-Profits; Women in Business; Small Business. Web
Leadership Leander: Annual program.
SBA Score Workshops: Monthly event, various locations, see web below. Typ 10-11a, on-line
Workshops: Partner with Central Texas Learning. Week of free workshops: Digital Accelerator Week: 3/4-6
Chamber Golf Tournament: Annual, mid-Nov, "Lucky Texas Scramble", Event Web. 2023: 11/20; 2024: TBD
Old Town Rudolph Run 5L: Annual event at 100 Brushy St. Must register, at Chamber web. 2023: Sat 12/2, 10-11a; 2024: TBD
Chamber Elected Officials Old Town Hop: This Happy Hour event will give you the opportunity to connect with local officials in our area and learn about Legislative Priorities all while enjoying a little bit of Old Town Leander! Each ticket includes a drink at Maggie Mae's, Night Owl, and Thirsty Chicken. Early Bird prices: Member: $10; Non-member: $25. Monthly event, typ 4-6p at Chamber office. Various locations, dates, times: see web below.
International Women's Day - Inspirational Happy Hour: At Facilities Resource. A dynamic exchange of ideas and insights as we celebrate how women are achieving new heights, inspiring younger generations, and bringing value to our society. $50/p, ticket includes wine, appetizers, goodie bag raffle entry. 2024: 3/7 4-6p

CITY OF LEANDER EVENTS: See profile below
Power Breakfast With The Mayor: At Pat Bryson Municipal Hall, 105 N Brushy St. 512-528-2700. Every other month, 9-10a. Theme: networking, updates from Mayor. Free. 2/21, 9a. Check web for further schedule: Web
Community Date Night: At varying locations & time. Typ 6-8p. Check Facebook. Purpose is to build local community and support local businesses.
MLK Day: March & celebration. Keynote speaker, performances. 2024: 1/27, 10a-2p
Living Leander Community & Career Expo: Explore local providers for your service needs; Discover a new career or learn about career opps; enjoy performances by local orgs; Win a door prize; Apply for scholarship. At Leander PAC, 8220 183A. 2024: 2/16, 3-7p

TOYOTA OF CEDAR PARK EVENTS: See profile below
International Women's Day: Join with Chamber in honoring the achievements, resilience & contributions of women. Happy Hour. Ticket on-line at Chamber. 2024: 3/7, 4-6p, at Facilities Resource Inc

WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIES: At Night Owl, every Wed, 7-10p, on big screen outdoors.

FALL FEST: At Sterling Classical School, 12800 Angel Side Dr. Food, fun, carnival style games & inflatables, silent auction. 2023: 11/2, 4-7p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Devine Lake Park: 1807 Waterfall
Facilities Resource: 1641 Scottsdale Dr, Cedar Park, TX 78641
Lakewood Park: 2040 Artesian Springs
Leander Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center: 512-259-1907, 100 N Brushy St. Web
Historic Old Town District: 512-259-1907; 100 N Brushy, Web
N2 Gives: Web
Leander Public Library: 512-259-5259; 1011 Bagdad Rd. Web. Contains spacious seating, community conference rooms, and wireless internet access. Many programs & activities.
Night Owl Bar Leander: 512-259-1907; 203 N Brushy. Facebook
Premier Athletic Complex: 8220 US-183A, Facebook
Robin Bledsoe Pool: 601 S Bagdad. Google Maps
(The) Crossover: 1717 Scottsdale, Cedar Park.
VFW #10427: 8760 RR-2243. Norman Adams, 512-567-1672. Web




CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See profile below.
Business After Hours: An evening of beverages, blight bites, networking & fun. Everyone welcome. See specific dates on web
Lunch & Learn: Typ 11:30a-1p. See specific dates & register on web

KING TRIVIA: At Liberty Tavern. Every Mon, 7p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Elroy Foust Arena: 4557 FM-1869
Harvest Ranch Arena: 8355 RR-1869
Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce: 512-548-5533; 1000 TX-332 Loop. Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce Web, admin@libertyhillchamber.org
Liberty Hill Public Library: 355 Loop 332
Liberty Tavern: 512-548-6503; 3000 RM-1869. Web. Serves elevated comfort food, local brews, craft cocktails. Fri-Sat live music
Lions Foundation Park: 355 TX-332
International Sculpture Park: At Lions Foundation Park, 355 Loop 332
Veterans Memorial Park: 1013 Loop 332
Williamson County Community Resource Center (CRC): 512-548-5091; 155 Hillcrest Ln. crctx.org/williamson-county. A social services organization. Mission is to provide delivery of social and public health services to qualified clients provided by nonprofit organizations and government agencies. By locating these agencies in one location, clients can quickly learn about, apply for, and receive services provided by these agencies. Experienced staff can also refer these clients to off-site agencies. This Center is a facility of the Texas Housing Foundation (TFC); see listing in above Government section. Connected services include: mental health, employment, education, food pantry, transportation, affordable housing, family crisis, health care, older adults and children. Volunteer opportunities. Map. Email: williamson@crctx.org







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LLANO LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below

LLANO COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW: At JLK Arena & Event Center, Annual event, FFA hosted. Showing & sales: 325-247-5354. 2024: 1/2-6, 11a-9p

4-H BBQ: At JLK, Livestock Show. Benefits Llano 4-H. $15/plate. Dine in or To-Go. 2024: Fri 1/5 11a-5p

HILL DISTRICT GRANDSTAND SHOW - Lambs & Goats: At JLK Arena & Event Center. Annual event. Web, Facebook. 2024: 1/15 thru to the 1/20 "Grandstand Sale" at Fredericksburg Fairgrounds

GIRLS' NIGHT OUT: At Llano Beer Company, 3rd Wed, 6-8p, with trivia, prizes, craft beer/wine specials, snacks and fun

KARAOKE AT JOE'S BAR: Schedule: 1st, 3rd & (sometimes) 5th Wed

OLDIES BUT GOODIES CAR SHOW & SOCIAL CLUB: A small group of people who love classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc. gathers on the Courthouse Square. Every Fri night, 6:30–8:30p

THEATER PERFORMANCES: At LanTex, on 2nd Sat every month. 325-247-5354. Schedule: Web, HOT: Web.
Annual Heart of Texas Christmas Show: 2023: Sat, 12/9, 2:30p; 2024: TBD
Llano Country Opry: Jo-El Sonnier Show: $30/VIP, $20/Open seating. 2024: Sat, 1/13, 2:30-4:30p
Llano Country Opry: Barbara Fairchild & Roy Morris Show: $25/VIP, $15/Open seating. 2024: Sat, 2/10, 2:30p

TOUR OF HISTORIC RED TOP JAIL: 325-248-0284; at 400 Oatman Street. Located along the S bank of Llano River, 1 block E of Ford St (TX-16) and just S of East Haynie Street. Take a tour of the 1st floor living quarters where the jailers and their family lived, and tour the 2nd floor jail cells. Tour Contact: Call Llano Visitor Center at 325-247-5354. Tours are currently free of charge, though donations are greatly appreciated. Web, Facebook. Schedule: Every Sat

SPORTING CLAYS FOR A CAUSE: At Inks Ranch. Benefits Lions Club community causes. Joe Johnson: 325-669-7757, jjohnson@llanonationalbank.com - 2023: 10/14, 7:30a; 2024: TBD

CHAMBER EVENTS:
Business After Hours:

LOWE'S MARKET HOLIDAY SHOWCASE: At Lowe's, in conjunction with Llano Chamber Business After Hours event. Annual event at Lowe's Market, 104 W Young St. owhere will be several wine & cheese parings along with savory & sweet samples. You will be able to get some great ideas and recipes to serve for holidays. Everyone welcome. 2023: 11/14, 5:30-7p; 2024: TBD

TRAILBLAZER ACTIVITIES:
Poker Club: Texas Hold'em, Thur: 6p. Free admission. Beginners welcome.
Live Music: Every Fri, check Web below for lineup

BOY'S & GIRL'S CLUB FISH FRY FUNDRAISER: At Community Center. Fish fry with all the fixins. $15 minimum donation. Dine in or drive thru. 2023: 11/11, 11:30a-til sold out; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: At Llano River Grenwelge Lake. See updated schedule: Dates. 2024: Sat 2//3, 10a-2p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.

(The) Barrel House Llano: 325-248-6380; 101 E Grayson S. Facebook. American, Cajun, seafood & steaks, craft cocktails, beer & wine, outdoor live music venue, family friendly
Fuel Coffee House: 106 E Main St. Web. A non-profit organization that serves coffee by donation. Bites, live music, community gathering place.
Joe's Bar: 325-247-5500; 107 W Main St, on historic Square. Facebook. Live entertainment, karaoke. pool tournaments
John L Kuykendall Event Center & Arena, JLK Event Center: 2200 RR-152 W. Map
Lantex Theater & Llano Country Opry: 325-247-5354; 113 W Main St, Llano, TX 78643. Web. On the historic square, one of a few remaining single screen theaters still operating in this state. Showing first run movies, concerts, theatrical productions. Home of the Llano Country Opry, with performances on 2nd Sat every month. Opry schedule: Web
Llano Beer Company: 325-268-0103; 105 E Main St. Facebook. Events, Girl's Night Out
Llano Chamber of Commerce: 325-247-5354; , 100 Train Station Dr. Chamber Web, info@llanochamber.org
Llano County Community Center: 2340 RR-152 W, 2 mi W of downtown at on S side of Llano River
Llano County Library System: 325-247-5248; 102 E Haynie. Web. A variety of activities and events. Free frequent movies. Meeting room. Print/copy/fax. Wi-fi. Puzzles. And, of course, newspapers, magazines & BOOKS!
Llano County Historical Museum: 325-247-3026; 310 Bessemer (TX-16. Web, Map. Located on the banks of the Llano River, just N of the TX-16 bridge in Llano. Located in the historic Bruhl Drugstore Building, Operated by the Llano County Historical Society. Wed-Sat 11a-4p. Free
Ramblin' Rose: 325-247-5473; 809 W Young (TX-29), Map. Live music typically playing every 1st & 3rd Sat, 8p. Full bar. Admis: $10
Trailblazer Grille: 325-248-0500; 109 W Main St. Web




DONKEY BASKETBALL: At LISD School gym. Watch local celebrity donkey jockeys try to ride real, live donkeys. Tickets at door or any Lion. Ticket: $8/p in adv, or $10/p at door. Pre-school free. 2024: Sat 2/17 7p

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Lometa Lions Club:
Lometa Regional Park: 15115 US-183 N
Lometa Show Barn:




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London Community Building: TX-377 N
London Dance Hall: 325-475-2300; TX-377, downtown. Facebook, Night club, saloon, dance floor, live entertainment, bar, pool tables. Pizza. Child & dog friendly.




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LUCKENBACH TEXAS DANCEHALL EVENTS:
Picker Circle: Free. Listen or sing/play. Schedule: Every Mon-Thur, 1p
Daily Live Music & Frequent Special Performance Events: Ticket usually required for events, occasionally free. See web below for schedule. Open daily, 9a-close. Live music typ every day, twice a day, time varies, see web.
Easter Egg Hunt: Free annual event. Family fun; hunt for Easter eggs, live music, games, and photo ops with Easter Bunny. Free annual event. Web. 2023: 4/9; 2024: TBD
Bazaar Christmas: 11a-6p: Christmas shopping, arts & crafts; 2-5p: Bring the family for Santa photos; 6p: Tree lighting ceremony. All day: live festive Christmas music & Hondo Crouch's birthday. Free family fun. Annual event. 2023: 12/2; 2024: TBD
Blues Festival: . 2024: Sat 1/20, 11a
Hug-in & Valentine Ball: . 2024: Fri-Sat 2/9-10

HISTORIC LUCKENBACH SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CLUB EVENTS:
Gillespie County Historic School Open House - Luckenbach: Presented in partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. No admission charge, donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. 830-685-3321, Web. 2023: Sat, 5/6, 11a-4p
Christmas Party: Annual event for past students and fans. Bring family and dish to share. Bring toy for Toys For Tots. Info: Kay Pressler: 830-456-7284. 2023: 12/2, Fellowship: 4p, Meal: 5p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Luckenbach Texas Dancehall: 830-997-3224; 412 Luckenbach Town Loop. Web. Bar, dance hall, live music, special events
Historic Luckenback Country School: 3566 Luckenbach Rd, Luckenbach, TX 78624. Former rural school built in 1855 and added onto in 1881 and 1905 along with the 1860's teacherage. Club activities; precinct voting location. Rental/Info Contact: Ora Ann Knopp, 830-997-2474







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CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See schedule at
• Mixers:
Typically: free, held monthly, after work hours (5-6p-ish), at varying locations, don't have to be a Chamber member (just show interest); free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards.
Breakfast Club: Typically held monthly, 7:45-9a, at varying locations, don't have to be a Chamber member (just show interest); great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards.
MARBLE FALLS LIBRARY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Cookie Decorating: 2024: 2/9 3-4p

CITY OF MARBLE FALLS ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Breakfast With Fire Dept: At Fire Station, 606 Ave U. Free full course breakfast. Meet & explore volunteering. 2024: 2/10, 9-11a

HARMONY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Fall Dance Lessons: Dance classes, various styles, all adult ages, singles, couples. Select dates and times. Fee required.
The Gifts Of Christmas: At Hill Country Fellowship in Burnet. Annual holiday performance of Christian version of "The Nutcracker" ballet. Ticket: $15/p at door or Web, see below. 2023: Sat 12/9, 11a & 5p; 2024: TBD

MARBLE FALLS ISD ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Mustang Bowl: Fundraiser for HS Band. BBQ plate and full brisket sale. 2024: 2/10
Rick Edwards Day of Service: Students to pick up trash throughout Highland Lakes to complete more than 65 service projects. 2024: 2/16

MF PARKS & REC DEPT ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Daddy Daughter Dance - Boots & Bling: At Lakeside Pavilion. Live DJ with dance floor; Two step instructor; Photo booth with Polaroid pictures available; Light refreshments and drinks; Jenga, card games, uno. $10/resident, $12/non-res. Attire: your best western boots, dresses, western attire! Web 2024: Sat 2/17, 5-7:30p

SPORTING CLAY SHOOT FOR COOP: At DeSpain Ranch, 14451 FM-1174 S, Smithwick, ~ 14 miles E of Marble Falls. Fundraiser benefits Cooper DeSpain Memorial Scholarship Fund that awards ~ 18 scholarships each year to high school graduates in Texas Hill Country. Includes prizes, games, auction. Register, sponsor, donate or volunteer online. Family friendly. Outdoors. Annual event. Parking & Admission: Free. Web. 830-798-4623, shootforcoopmarblefalls@gmail.com - 2024: 5/18

RAE'S RBAR & GRILL ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Trivia Night At Rae's: 1st & 3rd Tue, 7p
Karaoke Night At Rae's: 2nd & 4th Tue, 7p; & Sat, 7:30p

RUNNING EVENTS:
Marble Falls Triathlon: At Lakeside Park. Annual event. 7a start with swim portion followed by bike ride through scenic Hill Country, ending with a run through a quaint lakeside neighborhood back to the Park. Stay after race for food & drinks. Register. 2023: 7/30; 2024: TBD
Tame The Mustang 5k & 10k: Benefits MF Band & MF Education Foundation. Web. 2024: Sat 3/2 8a
Hill Country Trivium Trail Race: At MFHS-Mustang Stadium, 2101 Mustang Dr. Web. 5, 10, 50 km, marathon, half-marathon, sponsored by Tejas Trails. 2023: 11/5, 2024: 11/3

SAVE THE WORLD BREWING ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Trivia Night!: Every Thurs, 6p
Brew Run 5k: Followed by a beer festival. 2024: 4/27, 9a; 2024: TBD

VFW ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Taco Tue: $2/taco. Every Tue night, 4p til sold out.
BBQ: Every Wed & Thurs, 5p to close, from Crawford's
Open Mic: Every Wed, 7-10p, pizza
Karaoke: Every Fri night, 7p-close
Live music: Every Night
Free dinner: For veterans, first responders & their families. First Fri
Shufflboard: Every Sat, 2p
Open to Public: Every day, Noon to close. Smoke free. Food, shuffleboard, live entertainment.

PUTTERS & GUTTERS ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Valentine's Date Night - Comedy Lovers Show: 21+ y/o. $35-40/p. 2024: Wed 2/14 Door: 6p; Show: 7-9p
More: On other nights occasionally: clinics, concerts, comedy shows, bowling league, adult game nights

BALCONES CANYONLANDS TRAIL WORKDAY: 2024: Every month, 2nd Sat, 9a-Noon. Join this fun, energetic group of dedicated trail builders and tamers. Ryan Beach: trails@friendsofbalcones.org

UPTOWN THEATER: See event calendar on their web. See profile below.

ART WALK: At Historic Downtown on Main Street. All year. Enjoy shopping, dining, art, live music and more. Watch for specials. Facebook. Every 1st Fri, 5-8p

MUSIC ON MAIN: At Old Oak Square, 305 Main. Free live music. All ages. Stores in Old Oak Square will stay open longer on this night for you to dine and shop while you listen to live music for all ages! Outdoors. Facebook. Mar-June, Every Thur-Sat, 5-8p

POT LUCK LUNCHES: Senior Activity Center. Every Fri, 11a-3p

(The) RAGTIME ORIOLE: Live music events mid-day and evening, various times, various days. Free admission, tips encouraged. Open Tue-Wed: 8a-5p; Thurs-Sat: 8a-7p; Live performances: Various days/times, see website.

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: At Johnson Park Amphitheater. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Live music. 7p. 2023: June 2-Aug 12; 2024: TBD

WEEKEND MUSIC SERIES: At Flat Creek Estates, Sip wine and listen to top Texas bands indoors in Wine Tasting Room. Free admission. Flat Creek Estate is the place to be for music, wine and food, available for purchase. Every Sat-Sun, 2-6p

TEXAS EXES THIRSTY THURSDAY: At Save The World Brewing, 5-7p. Buy wine as well as their craft beers. We are allowed to bring in all food desired. Jim Baran, badhorns5@gmail.com . 2023: 8/10; 2024: TBD

BACKBONE ADVENTURE CAMP: At Lakeseide Pavilion. 7a-5:30p. City of Marble Falls Parks & Rec hosts Camp during Spring Break. Activities include crafts, sports, field trips, and visits from first responders. For ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12. Cost: $110 for residents, $130 for non-residents. Includes 2 snacks/day and a T-shirt. Drop-off begins at 7:30a and last pickup at 5:30p. Register: Event Web. 2023: 6/5-8/11, Mon-Fri; 2024: TBD

HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY BAND REHEARSALS: At Senior Activity Center, Every Thur, 7-8:30p. Members are volunteer musicians of all ages and abilities playing a variety of music.

HARVEST OF FALL FUN: At Sweet Berry Farm, 8:30a-5:30p. Hayrides, mazes, pumpkin painting and picking, scarecrow stuffing, flower picking, barrel train, and the Berry Bounce. Free admission. Pay per activity and by weight for pumpkins and gourds. 2023: 9/23-11/5; 2024: TBD

SENIOR ACTIVITIES CENTER: Fellowship & recreation; Informative & entertaining Programs; Potluck lunches every Fri; Games: Bingo, 42, 88, Canasta, Bridge, Dominoes, 12s, etc; Monthly 42 (1st Sat, 11:30a) & Canasta (3rd Sat, 11a) Tournaments; Blood pressure checks; Seated Exercises; Crafts; Library: Books & Puzzles. See web below for schedule.

FLAG FOOTBALL: At the Marble Falls Middle School Practice field, 1511 Pony Circle. Organized by First Baptist. First Sun after Labor Day until last Sun before Easter. 2023: 9/10/23 thru 3/24/24, 1:30-3:30p

TRIVIA NIGHT: At Double Horn. Brews your brain. Bring your friends and family to test your knowledge of random information! Eat, drink, play, win! Entry is free, prizes are awesome! Every other Wed, 6:30-8:30p

HIGHLAND LAKES QUILT GUILD: Visitors welcome. A "Meet & Greet" with coffee is held at 9a ahead of monthly meeting and program. See details below.

COMMUNITY MEALS: At Mission Marble Falls, 830-220-2610; 408 Ave R. Free lunch. All are welcome including volunteer cooks, servers, helpers. Food, donations needed. Cooking/prep: 9:45a. Serving/cleanup: 11:15a-1:30p. 2023: Serve guests: Every Mon, Wed, Fri, 11:30a-1p

BBQ LUNCH: At St Frederick Baptist Church, 301 Ave N. 830-693-5689. Web. Food, fellowship, fun. Free. Rain or Shine. 2023: 10/28, 11a-2p; 2024: TBD

VETERANS DAY AT COLORADO MUSEUM: Annual event hosted by Museum and Rotary. Colors, pledge, speaker, taps. Curated displays of uniforms and other military memorabilia. 2023: Sat 11/11, 11a; 2024: TBD

VETERANS DAY BBQ BRISKET FUNDRAISER: At VFW #10376, 1001 Veterans Drive. Annual event. 2023: 11/11, 1-5p; 2024: TBD

MAIN STREET STROLL: At downtown, an evening of merriment, shopping and libations. 2023: 12/11, evening; 2024: TBD

SIP & SHOP: At Lakeside Pavilion. Web. A afternoon of food, drinks and shopping all benefiting the 1,500+ seniors served through Meals on Wheels in Williamson & Burnet Counties. 512-763-1400, Dori Yeater. 2024: 5/11, 11a-2p

THANKSGIVING LUNCH: At St Frederick Baptist Church, 301 Ave N. 830-693-5689. Web. Food, fellowship, fun. Free. Dine-In or Take Out. Rain or Shine. 2023: 11/18, 11a-2p; 2024: TBD

ICE SKATING: At Lakeside Pavilion. Open 5-10p. every day but Thanksgiving and Christmas. Closes 8p on Christmas Eve. Pre-sale tickets (Web): $10; Day-of tickets (at the rink, 5-10p): $12. Admission includes skates and 1 hour on the ice. Skate sizes: child's 5 to men's 12. Or bring your own. Snow falls on schedule every Mon and Fri. Possible closures for weather: 830-798-6250. Group rental available. 2023: 11/22-1/1; 2024: TBD

COATS FOR KIDS: At First Baptist Church, 830-693-4381; 901 La Ventana Dr, Web, donate new or gently used coats and warm clothing for local families in need. Parking lot & drive-thru drop off. Benefits Crisis Network. 2023: 11/24, 10a-1p; 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS ON MAIN STREET: 50+ floats roll down Main Street during annual Light-Up Parade. Hundreds of people line the route to watch floats representing student organizations, churches, local governments, businesses and US Army. See float manned by Santa Claus. 2023: Fri 12/1; 2024: TBD

SCULPTURE IN THE SQUARE: At 305 Main St. Web. An annual event filled with creativity, community and captivating sculptures that will leave you inspired. Live Ice Sculpture Carvings; Family Art Activities; Pop-up Art Exhibit; Sculptures for Sale. Live music; Free parking and admission. 2023: Sat 12/2, 10a-5p; 2024: TBD

SOUNDS OF THE SEASON: At Marble Falls HS Auditorium, 2101 Mustang Drive. Annual holiday music extravaganza. Choir performance. Free admission & parking. Web. 2023: 12/3, 2-4p; 2024: TBD

ELF JR-THE MUSICAL: At First Baptist Church, 901 La Ventana. Their Reclaim Arts Academy performs this musical that is based on a movie. Tickets: $10/p at door or Web. Youth under 4: free. 2023: Thur-Fri 12/7-8, 7p; Sat 12/9, 1p & 4p; 2024: TBD

TOY DRIVE: At Burnet Fire Station (2002 US-281 S) & Chevrolet Buick (2301 US-281). Drop off toys or money donations at either of these locations. Donations to be split among several local holiday charities. 2023: 12/6, 6a-3p; 2024: TBD

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS: At Marble Falls HS, Black Box Theater, 2101 Mustang Drive. This classic Christmas special makes it to the stage as the whole Peanuts gang shares the true meaning of the holiday. Ticket: $15/adult, $10/student. Ticket for 11a brunch performance on 12/16: $20. Reservation required. 830-798-3664. Free parking. Web. 2023: Thur 12/14, 2-3:30p; Sat 12/16, 11a, 2p, 3:30p, 6p; Sun 12/17, 1p, 3:30p, 6p; 2024: TBD

SANTA PAWS: At Zina & Co Real Estate, 614 7th Street. 830-265-0310. Web. Free Santa photos with your furry friends, children or family. Vintage truck photo op. Accepting pet food donation for Hill Country Humane Society. Annual event. 2023: 12/16, 10a-2p; 2024: TBD

AUSTIN HANDBELL ENSEMBLE CONCERT: At First Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive. Enjoy seasonal music played live on handbells. Free. Web. 2023: 12/17, 4p; 2024: TBD

ELVES FOR THE ELDERLY: At St Frederick Baptist Church. This program delivers 500+ bags of personal hygiene products plus gloves, scarves, blankets to senior citizens, mostly those in nursing homes. Volunteers are needed to stuff bags and deliver them the first two weeks of December. Jackson: 830-385-2143

POLAR EXPRESS STORYTIME: At MF Public Library. Kids invited to wear their PJs, sip hot cocoa, and enjoy a story and a visit from a surprise guest. 2023: Thur 12/21, 4-5p; 2024: TBD

CHILI COOK-OFF & CAR SHOW: See Car Shows for details. 2024: 3/3. Noon-3:30p

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge: 512-339-9432; 24518 FM-1431 E. Web. Maintained by US Fish & Wildlife Service. A huge (25,00 ac) home to many native Texas wildlife and plants. Observation decks. Popular birding, wildlife and hiking (10 miles of foot trails). Frequent public programs & activities. Open daylight hours. Free admission. Located E of Marble Falls, S of Bertram, SW of Liberty Hill, and NW of Lago Vista. Map. Entrance at Cow Creek Rd, Lago Vista, TX 78645. HQ located off FM-1431. More details at Parks & Lakes
Brass Hall: 830-503-8842; 909 3rd St. Web. Live music venue
Cadillac Dance Hall: 830-385-4745; 1375 FM-1855. Web. Dance hall, live music, light food
Cinergy Cinema: 830-262-2505; 2600 US-281 N. Web
Double Horn Brewing Co: 830-693-5165; 208 Ave H. Web. Craft beer brewing, wine, restaurant, events
Downtown Beer Hall: 209 Main St. Web
Falls On The Colorado Museum: 830-798-2157; 2001 Broadway. Events, including Founders Day the 2nd Sat in July, Home Tour, and a Victorian Christmas in December. Open Mon-Sat 10a-2p. Web, Map
Flat Creek Estate Winery & Vineyard: 512-267-6310; 24912 Travis Peak Trail. Web
Harmony School of Creative Arts: 830-693-1791; 1503 Mormon Mill Rd. Web. A non-profit focused on dance, music and arts classes, programs, public events.
Highland Lakes Quilt Guild: Monthly meeting and program held on 3rd Wed, at Fellowship Hall at First Methodist Church of Marble Falls, 1101 Bluebonnet Dr. Web. Non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to continuing the art of quilting and making available many opportunities to support local charities. Biennial quilt show.
Johnson Park Amphitheater: 830-798-6250; 230 S Ave J, along the shore of Backbone Creek. Provided by City of Marble Falls, Parks & Rec Dept. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Live music.
Lakeside Park: 108 Buena Vista Dr. Map
Lakeside Pavilion: 830-798-6250; 307 Buena Vista Dr. Managed by City of Marble Falls Parks and Rec. Parking: Free. Admission: Free
Marble Falls Public Library: 830-693-3023; 101 Main St. Web
Old Oak Square: Downtown: 305 Main St, downtown. Free live music. All ages. Stores in Old Oak Square stay open longer on this night for you to dine and shop while you listen to live music! Outdoors. Facebook, 2023: Mar-Oct, Every Thurs-Sat, 6-9p
Putters & Gutters Fun Center: 512-564-5224; 4100 US-281 N. Web. Bowling, putt-put golf, roller skating, arcade, go carts, restaurant, party rooms, live entertainment, music.
Rae's RBar & Grill: 904 3rd St. Map. Trivia night, karaoke, live music, restaurant, bar, dog friendly
Ragtime Oriole: 830-220-5217; 202 Main St, in Historic downtown area. Web. Live music events mid-day and evening, various days. Free admission, tips encouraged. Coffee shop with a performance stage in a vintage venue (113 year old bldg) with decor and music that will transport customers back in time. A diverse selection of coffees, wines, craft beer and Kombucha.
Save The World Brewing Company: 1510 Resource Blvd, (Marble Falls Business & Technology Park, off US-281). Web, Events, Map. Brewery, live entertainment, events
Senior Activity Center: 830-693-5611; 618 Ave L. Web, Ages 50+. Games, Community Band rehearsals, free
Sweet Berry Farm: 830-798-1462; 1801 FM-1980, info@sweetberryfarm.com , Web. Seasonal programs: Tulips: Late Feb/Early Mar; Strawberries: Mid-Mar - Mid May, Sunflowers: Late May-Late June; Fall Harvest: 9/23-11/5; Closed for Winter.
Uptown Theater: 830-201-4643; 218 Main St, downtown. Web. Music, entertainment, events
VFW Post 10376: 830-693-2261; 1001 Veterans Dr. 830-693-2261, Web. Karaoke Fri night, free Taco Tue, live music






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MASON COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOW & EXPO: Annual event Fort Mason Park Community Building/Show Barn. This experience provides opportunity for our youth to build character, skills and self-confidence through real world experiences in livestock, ag mechanics and food & nutrition. Exhibitors develop and expand their knowledge in animal husbandry, project design and development, interviewing and personal skills that they will use throughout their lives. Facebook, Event Web. 2024: 1/3-5

MASON CHAMBER EVENTS: See profile below.
Lunch & Learn Series: See their web calendar.
Small Business Development Center (ASU-SBDC) Training: Provided by Angelo State Univ in partnership with Chamber. Offers low-cost or no-cost training and business advising (Link) for small businesses. Choice of a virtual advising session or meeting with James Leavelle, a Business Advisor, who comes to Mason to visit clients. Training Calendar
Valentine's Day Fest: At Library, artisan string quartet, wine, light bite. Free. Hosted by Mason Chamber Music Festival. 2024: 2/14 6p
Wild Game Dinner: At Fort Mason City Park Community Building. Large raffle item, Winner need not be present. Auction, door prizes, catered dinner with wild game to sample. Alcohol included in meal purchase. Raffle: $10/p; Dinner: $20/p. 2024: Sat 11/9, 6-9p

ODEON THEATER CONCERTS & MOVIES: See profile below including concert & movie schedule on web. Concerts typ Sat night, $25/adv, $30/door. Doors open: 6:15p, concert: 7-9p. Open seating
Shake Russell & Michael Hearne Concert: 2024: Sat 1/13
Christine Albert & Chris Gage Concert: 2024: Sat 2/17
Walt Whitkins, Josh Grider, Drew Kennedy: 2024: Sat 3/16
Chamber Music Christmas Festival Concert: Free. Sat 4/5-7
Lisa Morales Concert: 2024: Sat 5/4

SEAQUIST VICTORIAN MANSION TOUR: No reservations, just show up. Admission fees. Refreshments. Built of sandstone in the late 1880s, this 22-room, 15 fireplace house is elaborately detailed with carved limestone. Web, Facebook. Feb-Dec, Every 1st Sat, 10a-2p

DR PEPPER/TENNIS OUTLET OPEN: Junior tournament: Thur & Fri. Open tournament: Sat & Sun. For updates, watch our Facebook page and web: masontennisassociation.com. 2024: 18-21, 8a-5p

TRIVIA NIGHT: At THC Beer, 6p, on some Thurs nights, check web below for schedule; prizes.

OPEN MIC NIGHT: At Fly Gap, 6p, check web below for schedule.

CHRISTMAS BUSINESS WINDOW DECORATING CONTEST: Chamber event, 2023: 11/25; 2024: TBD

EXTENDED CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOURS: Every Fri until Christmas, downtown shops will have extended hours to 7p. 2023: 12/1-22; 2024: TBD

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA & THE GRINCH: At Gathering Place. Take a picture with them and enjoy free hot cocoa, muffins and cookies. Don't forget your Santa letters! 2023: Sat 12/16, 10a-Noon; 2024: TBD

FIRST CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL: At First Baptist Church, 325 W College Ave. Join us for Kids Christmas Program, Christmas music from MTXWorship, hot cocoa, cookies, face painting, photo ops inside the giant snowglobe, s'mores around the campfire with Santa, opportunities to interact with the main characters of the biblical Christmas story. 2023: Sun 12/17, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

MASON COUNTY WINTERFISCH: An annual family-oriented Rainbow trout fishing event at the James River Crossing of the Llano River, 8 mi S of Mason. 2500 Rainbow trout are released into the river by TPWD. FREE to the public, with fish and related events sponsored completely by local area businesses. Some fish are tagged for cash prizes and a chance to win a prize in the end of season grand prize drawing. This Celebration kicks off the 1st Sat of each Dec: 2023: 12/2, 10a-4p. Web. 12/2/2023 - 3/17/2024:

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Fly Gap Winery Tasting Room: 832-723-2203; 117 Spring St. Web. Activities, Open Mic Night
Fort Mason City Park Community Building/Show Barn: 1015 San Antonio St, just S of town, off US-87, then off Fairground Rd.
(The) Gathering Place: 325-294-4848; 246 Fort McKavitt. At NW corner of Mason Square. Facebook. Food, beverages. We're on mission to bring our community to sit long, talk much, laugh a lot, & just do life together. Open Mon-Sat, 7a-5:30p
Gatlin Gun Saloon, Grill (& Keller's Store): 210-323-9519; 118 Moody St, On The Square (W side). Facebook. Guns, CHL classes, deli, restaurant, live entertainment
Lea Lou Co-op: 325-347-1234; 114 San Antonio St. Web. Restaurant, full bar, live entertainment, dancing, event space
Mason Community Building: 325-347-6449; At Fort Mason City Park, 1015 US-87, S of town
Mason County Chamber of Commerce: 325-347-5758; 108 Ft McKavitt St. Web, Facebook
Mason County M Beven Eckert Memorial Library: 325-347-5446; 410 Post Hill St. Web, Facebook. Many programs & activities.
Odeon Theater: 325-347-9010; 122 S Moody. Map. On The Square, downtown. Live musical entertainment from well-known performers. First-run movies in the new digital format; typ Fri-Mon, 7p, one movie per night, changes on Fri. $4/p. Classic movie on Wed, 7p, free. Built in 1928. West Texas' longest running theater. Schedules: Movies, Concerts, Facebook. Concessions, wine by the glass/bottle. Non-profit. Discounted student pricing. Owned/operated by Odeon Preservation Association: 325-347-5911. Donations welcomed
Small Business Development Center (ASU-SBDC): Provided by Angelo State Univ. Offers low-cost or no-cost training and business advising (Link) for small businesses. Choice of a virtual advising session or meeting with James Leavelle, a Business Advisor, who comes to Mason to visit clients. Training Calendar
THC Beer Company: 113 N Spring S. Facebook. Craft beer brewing, activities,
Willow Creek Cafe: 325-347-6124; 106 Ft McKavitt St. Web. On the Square, N side. Restaurant, bar, live entertainment










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MEDINA COMMUNITY LIBRARY EVENTS:
Movies: Movies and more activities. Free. See web below for movie schedule
The Library In Bloom: A benefit for the Library. At the Rodney Camp Pavilion, 13948 TX-16N. Live auction, buckle raffle, wine, beer, hors d'oeuvre's. Hill Country chic. $100/p, RSVP by 3/16. 2024: 3/23 7p
Community Christmas: Singing, sweets, Santa and more!. The HCIS and Core will host open houses for food and fellowship. Please bring a dish to The Core to share. 2023: 12/3, 5p; 2024: TBD
Ladies Christmas Tea: Join us for guest speakers and music. Reservations req'd: 830-589-2825. 2023: 12/12, 2p. 2024: TBD
Writer's Workshop: Hosted by a NY Times bestseller author. Free event, so sign up now: 830-589-2825. Includes light breakfast. 830-589-2825. 2023: 12/13, 9a; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Medina Community Center: 830-589-2876; 13857 TX-16 N
Medina Community Library: 830-589-2825; 13948 TX-16 N. Web
Core Coffee House: 830-589-3589; 13971 TX-16 N. Web. Coffee house, pizza, sandwiches, events




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LAKEHILLS COMMUNITY CENTER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
BBQ Chicken Dinner: With potatoes au gratin, green beans, cheddar cheese biscuit; chocolate cake. Fundraiser for kitchen renovations. $12/plate. Drive thru only. 2024: 2/18 10:30-2p or until gone

BOATING: The very popular and Medina Lake is available for boating fun. Free! Lots of boat rentals, launch ramps, plus dining & entertainment at the shore. See Boating & Marine

FISHING: The very popular and Medina Lake is available for great fishing. Free! Lots of guided services, boat rentals, launch ramps, etc. See Fishing

RANGER ARLYNE, TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE: At Lakehills Library. A different show each day for children. 2023 Schedule: Every Wed, 10:30a & 1p, through 8/2. 2024: TBD

CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD - KID'S CHRISTMAS PARTY: At Lakehills Community Center. Go on a travel adventure where kids will see, taste and experience how cultures around the world celebrate Christmas! Free event. Passports will be handed out at the door. Optional to come dressed in your favorite holiday cultural attire! 512-348-3876. 2023: 12/1, 6-7:30p; 2024: TBD

HAPPY NEW YEAR PARTY: At Lakehills Community Center (profile below). Kick up your heels and bring in the New Year with Music by The Countrymen. BYOB and snacks to share. Setups & ice for sale. Black-eyed peas & cornbread at midnight with champagne! Tables of 8 or more may be reserved. Ticket: $25/p. 2023: 12/31, 7:30p; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
American Legion 410 Post: 830-612-1034; 147 Legion Drive. Web
Lakehills Community Civic Center: 830-751-9904; 11225 PR-37 and 15th St, W Lakehills. Facebook, Web. Regular events. See web calendar.
Lakehills Public Library: 830-510-2777; 7200 FM-1283, Lakehills, TX 78063. Web. Many events, activities. Garden Club, Makers Market
4 Way Bar & Grill: 830-751-3400; 9742 FM-1283, Lakehills. Web. Live entertainment




JR HIGH DANCE: At Teen Center. All 6-8th graders are welcome. 2023: 2/10, 6-9p; 2024: TBD

PRINCESS DANCE: At Teen Center. Annual dress up dance. All age princesses & their daddy, grandpa, uncle, brother or other special role mode are welcome. $5/p. 2023: Fri 3/3, 6:30-8:30p; 2024: TBD

SUMMER DAY CAMP: 6 y/o to 5th grade. Web. 2023: 6/5, 8-2p; 2024: TBD

SUMMER READING PROGRAM: At Library. Pre-K - 6th. 2023: Every Tue, 6/6-7/11; 2024: TBD

RIVER RAT FEST & JIM BOWIE DAY COOK-OFF: See details at Festivals Calendar. 2023: 6/10; 2024: TBD

PUMPKIN PATCH: At Boys & Girls Club, 213 E San Sabe St, in front of club. Web. 2023: 10/16-21; 2024: TBD

TASTE OF MENARD: At 213 E San Saba St. 325-456-4700. Amazing food donated for this meal. Bring a dish to share. All invited. Sponsored by Boys & Girls Club. Crafts. Donations appreciated. 2023: Sat 10/21, 5p; 2024: TBD

TRUNK OR TREAT: At Sacred Heart parking lot. 325-456-2168. Decorate your ride. Annual free event. 2023: Sun 10/29, 5:30p; 2024: TBD

HUNTERS BLOWOUT: At Club Victoria. Chili, beans, rice, tamales, guns, raffles & music. BYOB, set-ups provided. Chamber: 325-396-2365. Chamber Web. 2023: 11/4, Noon; 2024: TBD

LIBRARY SHOPPING PARTY: At 104 E Mission St. 325-396-2717. 2023: Thur 11/30, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

WELCOME SANTA WITH HOT COCOA & MUSIC: At Low Water Park. Featuring Christmas tunes from state winning Menard Yellowjacket Band. Christmas lights. Sponsored by Artist Initiative of Menard. 2023: 12/2, 4p; 2024: TBD

POINSETTIA DANCE: At American Legion Hall. Live music. Request invitation to Butch Aguilar, 325-456-0249. 2023: 12/9, 8-11p; 2024: TBD

MENARD COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW & SALE: At Murchison/Whitehead Memorial Youth Center. Menard County 4-H and FFA. 2023: Fri-Sat 12/15-16; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Artist Initiative of Menard: Facebook
Boys & Girls Club: 213 E San Sabe St. Facebook
Menard County Chamber Of Commerce: 325-396-2365; 100 E San Saba Ave, Menard, TX 76859. menardchamber.com
Menard County Community Center: 325-396-4642; 218 Gay.
Menard Public Library: 325-396-2717; 105 E Mission St
(The) Menard Station: 325-396-8727; 211 Frisco St. Ranch to table farmers market and castoff. Facebook. Vendors & meals. themenardstation@gmail.com













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FOLK FEST-LIVING HISTORY: At Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture, Heritage Village. Every 2nd Sat, 10a-4p. Live rotating demonstrations and historic buildings. Blacksmithing, woodworks, broom making, weaving/sewing, old fashioned jewelry, candle making, games, home tours! Food truck. Family friendly. Donations $ appreciated. Free

LIVE @ LANDA: 830-221-4350; at Dance Slab in Landa Park, 110 Golf Course Rd. 7-9p. Parking: Free. Admission: Free. Come out and enjoy live music, kids' activities, food trucks and more. Provided by City of New Braunfels, 830-221-4350, Web. 2023: Every Thurs, 6/8-7/4; 2024: TBD

CHAMBER MIXERS: Typically: free, held monthly, after work hours (5:30-7:30p-ish), at GVTC Auditorium (36101 FM-3159, New Braunfels) and varying other locations. For some events you have to be a Chamber member. Free light fares (drinks and munchies), great opportunity to meet new people and businesses. Dress the part, prepare your story, and bring business cards. See schedule at Chamber Calendar.

BRAUNTEX PERFORMING ARTS THEATRE: See profile below.
2024 Shows: Broadway At The Brauntex: 2/7 7:30-9:30p; The Everly Brothers Experience: 2/9 7:30-9:30p; Shinyribs: 2/13 7:30-9:30p; Ballet Texas Presents Love Stories: 2/16 7-9p; The Doo Wop Project: 2/22 7:30-9:30p; The Fabulous Thunderbirds: 2/24 7:30-9:30p; Like-A Documentary-Finding Balance In Our Digital World: 2/27 7-9p; Jimmy Fortune: 2/29 7:30-9:30p; The High Kings: 3/1 7:30-9:30p; Texas A&M Singing Cadets: 3/3 2-4p; Michael Martin Murphey: 3/8 7:30-9:30p; and more on their web.
br>CIRCLE ARTS THEATRE: See profile below. Fri-Sat: 7:30p; Sun: 2p
2024 Featured Shows: Four Old Broads On The High Sea: 2/2-25; A Few Good Men: 4/5-21; Legally Blonde: 7/5-28; Drinking Habits: Sep 20-Oct 6
2024 Bonus Shows: Matilda: 5/3-5; Inner Circle Show - TBD: 5/9-11; Back to the Wurst: 11/1-10; Greek Mythology Olympiaganza: 11/22-24; Inner Circle Show - TBD: 12/13-15

NEW BRAUNFELS RAILROAD MUSEUM: See profile below
Kids Run The Trains: Every month, 1st & 3rd Sat, 10a-2p. Admission: children under 18 free. Web
Spring & Fall Train Shows: See Major Events calendar

ROCK-THE-HAUS CHRISTMAS DINNER & DANCE: At Columbus Club Hall. Adults 18+ with special needs can enjoy great Mexican food and DJ who plays energizing dance music! Santa & Mrs Claus have RSVP’d. Web. Annual event. 2023: Thur 12/7, 6-8:30p; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Canyon Trailrace on Guadalupe River. See updated schedule: Dates

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
AgriLife Comal County Extension Office: 325 Resource Dr
Billy's Ice: 830-629-8169; 1193 Loop 337. Web. Live entertainment Brauntex Theater
Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre: 830-627-0808; 290 W San Antonio St. Web. Venue can also be rented for conferences, weddings, events.
Circle Arts Theatre: 830-837-6172; 124 Elizabeth Ave. Web. Performances; and theatre classes for children ages 7-14 and, for middle school and high school students: the Inner Circle Theatre Company.
Civic & Convention Center: 375 S Castell Ave
Columbus Club Hall: 111 Landa St
Comal County Fairgrounds: 701 E Common St
Iron Horse Bar & Grill: 830-606-1610; 1030 Business IH-35 N. Web. Full bar, grill, outdoor patio, live entertainment daily
Landa Park Aquatic Complex: 830-625-8285; 350 Aquatic Circle. Web
Main Plaza Downtown
McKenna Events Center: 830-625-1505, 801 W San Antonio St. Web
Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture-Heritage Village: 830-629-6504; 1370 Church Hill Dr. Web
New Braunfels Public Library: 830-221-4300; 700 E Common St. Web. Many programs & activities. A City department.
New Braunfels Railroad Museum: 830-627-2447; 302 San Antonio Street. Web
Whitewater Amphitheater: 830-964-3800; 11860 FM-306. Web. Outdoor venue experience on the river and under the stars. Live music and various event types.







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AUSTIN ZOO: 512-288-1490; 10808 Rawhide Trail, Oak Hill, TX 78736. Web. Rescued big cats, monkeys, bears, reptiles, birds, deer & more at cozy sanctuary with a train tour.

LADY BIRD JOHNSON WILDFLOWER CENTER: 512-232-0100; 4801 La Crosse Ave, Austin, TX 78739. Web. Arboretum, botanical garden (970+ species), educational research center, wedding venue, magazine, classes, events. Mission: "inspiring the conservation of native plants" and promoting the environmental benefits of native plant landscapes".







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BINGO: At Pipe Creek VFD, 1331 FM-1283, 830-535-4511. Every Fri, 7-9p

EAGLES NEST ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Free BBQ: Every Mon, 5p til gone
3 Ball Pool: Every Tue, 7p
Karaoke: Every Thur & Sat, 7-10p
Great American Chili Cook-off: Entry Fee $25 & one toy to benefit drive. 2023: 12/2, 11a; 2024: TBD
Christmas Party: Come enjoy some holiday cheer. Bring gift ($20 Max) for White Elephant exchange @ 7p. 2023: Fri 12/22, 6p; 2024: TBD
New Year's Eve Party: 2023: 8p; 2024: TBD

AL'S HIDEAWAY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Super-bowl Chili & Desert Cast-iron Cook-off: Gift Cert drawing, Cornhole, trophies, bragging rights. Benefits "A Doggie 4 U". 2024: 2/11 5p

BACKYARD BISTRO: See profile below
V-Day Dinner Date Night: Enjoy a special red infused Valentine's menu for romantic evening out 2024: 2/14 5-9p

PANCAKES WITH SANTA: At Al's Hideaway, photo op with your child and family. $10/child, includes breakfast and as many pictures as you want. Every Sat morning, 11/25-12/23, 8a-10p; 2024: TBD

PANCAKE BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: At Triple H Equitherapy. Children of all ages & adults enjoy complimentary pancakes, therapy horses, games & crafts, Cowboy Santa & More! 2023: 12/16, 10a-Noon; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: . Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Al's Hideaway Cabin And RV Rentals: 830-510-3331; 299 Willow Springs Dr. Web
Backyard Bistro: 830-535-4094, 167 Panther Ridge Rd. Web Happy Valentine's Day from the Backyard Bistro!
Eagles Nest: 830-850-0944; 4951 FM-1283. Web. Live music, karaoke, food
Lakehills Public Library: 830-510-2777; 7200 Park Rd-1283
Pipe Creek Dancehall: 210 854-6577; 9878 TX-16 South. Market days, festivals, live music
Triple H Equitherapy Center: 210-900-0463; 791 Backhaus Road




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KARAOKE: At Capt Pet's, Every Wed, evenings.

CADDIE SHACK: Mon: Cornhole League, 6:30-10p; Tue: Poker, 7-11p, $20 buy In; Wed: Trivia/Karaoke; 7-9p; Thur: Beer & Bingo, 7-10p; Fri-Sat: Live music, 7-10p

HOLIDAY BOAT & LIGHT PARADE & MUSIC: At Captain Pete's. 2023: Sat 12/2, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

CONCERT IN THE VILLAGE: At PV Club Rm, 555 Venture Blvd S. Benefits LV Scholarships. Sponsored by PV Lions: Donna Hafner, 210-326-7393, campano@sbcglobal.net - 2023: Sun 12/3, 5p: Reception, wine tasting, silent auction; 6p: Gourmet dinner; 7:15 Concert; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: . Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Caddie Shack: 422 Venture Blvd S, Point Venture, TX 78645. Web
Capt Pete's Boathouse: 512-436-8460; 18200 Lakepoint Cove. Web. Floating restaurant & fuel dock










BAT EMERGENCE SHOW: At Devil's Sinkhole. Bats start showing 7:45p. $10/adult, $5/kid. 2023: 9/9; 2024: TBD

STAR GAZING: At Devil's Sinkhole. At completion of above show, the San Antonio Astronomical Assn will have a star gazing event allowing guests to see stars up close using their telescopes. 2023: 9/9

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.

Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area Bat Cave: 830-683-2287; Seasonal home to a colony of 1-4 million Mexican Free-tailed bats. Tours available to view the unique collapsed cavern. Details at TPWD Web, Caverns
Gilmer Memorial Library: 830-683-8130; 308 US-377 N. Web, Facebook. Many programs & activities.




ROUND MOUNTAIN HORSE & TACK AUCTION (RMHTA): See profile below. Monthly (except Jan, June, July, the J-months), 1st Sat. Tack (new & used) at 11a, horses about 1:30p (and occasionally unannounced donkeys & mules). A social gathering place for like-minded folks. rmhta.com, Facebook 1, Facebook 2. Cass Ringelstein, staff@rmhta.com

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(The) Library @ Big Iron (The Texas Tasting Barn): 312-505-1615; 1905 Old Marble Falls Rd. A saloon with Hill Country "wares, wines & whiskies", beer, full Texas bar, in and outdoor seating, pool table, live entertainment. Facebook
Round Mountain Horse Auction Barn: 210-316-6146; 830-798-9700; 210-885-0902; 10603 US-281 N, at Southwest Center, Round Mountain, TX 78663







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CHAMBER EVENTS: Event Web
Coffee & Commerce: Last Fri every month. This program allows the host to showcase its business, services and facilities to the business community; and offers Chamber members the chance to meet one another and network in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. Free to Chamber members. Non-members may attend up to three of these events to determine if the Chamber is a good fit for their business. Different venues, dates, times. Check schedule: Web. 2024: 1/26, First Lockhart National Bank. 2/23 8:30-9:30a
Professionals Happy Hour: Check web below for date/time/location for next event. Many events, all are free admission, but Register on Chamber web below. Free. Most are held 4:30-8p. Always mingling, often cold drinks, hors d'oeuvres, tours, presentations
Ambassadors Club: Monthly meeting, details vary. Web. Marisol Mendoza, 512-393-5900, Marisol@Sanmarcostexas.com
Inaugural Cornhole Tournament: At Pauline Espinosa Community Hall. 30+ teams. Comp food/drinks! Fun side games; DJ, raffle, surprises; souvenir T-shirt. Web. 2024: Fri 3/22, 11a 4p
Intercity Leadership Expedition: Join visionary leaders in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky to connect and collaborate; gain insight on how to tackle shared challenges. Sponsored by Texas State Univ, Page Michel: page@sanmarcostexas.com - 2024: 4/9-12
2024 Annual State Of The City & School District Address: At Embassy Suites. Hear live the vision and priorities for continuous progress and collaboration. Web. 2024: Tue 4/30 11:30a-1p
Discover Italy with the Chamber: 10-day group travel experience is a journey of a lifetime. Rome, Vatican, receptions, meet fellow travelers, professional guide. 2024: 11/6-15
Annual Chamber Dinner & Awards Gala: Web. 2023: 11/16, 6p; 2024: TBD

TEXAS STATE UNIV ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Momentum Monday: A lunch & learn event at STAR Park conference facility, 3055 Hunter Rd. A dynamic platform for businesses to unveil their success stories and share their transformative journey of growth, innovation and resilience within the San Marcos region. Professionally recorded and uploaded to Chamber's YouTube page for regional publicity and world-wide viewing. $25/mbr, $35/non-mbr. Register. 2024: 3/4 11:30a-1p

TEXAS A&M ENGINEERING EXTENSION SERVICE (TEEX) ACTIVITIES:
Cyber Readiness Summit: At Embassy Suites. $225/p. Web. 2024: 2/13-15

DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION 2024 KICK OFF: Discover new opportunities and connections at the new year Kick Off at Price Center. Connect with current/future association members, explore collaborative marketing opportunities, celebrate the vibrant downtown community, enjoy food from downtown restaurants. Drinks provided. 2024: 1/18, 6p

MEET ME AT THE CROSSROADS MLK CELEBRATION: Join Dunbar Heritage Association for the 2024 annual celebration of 10 years at the LBJ MLK Crossroads Memorial. Weekend includes a Kids Event, Wreath-laying Ceremony, Walk through historic Dunbar, and program on the Courthouse Square. Web. 2024: 1/13-15

LBJ MUSEUM BENEFIT GALA: At LBJ Student Center Grand Ballroom at Texas State University. An unforgettable evening features guest speaker Douglas Brinkley, US Presidential Historian. Ticket required. Web. 512-353-3300, debby@lbjmuseum.com - 2024: Sat 1/20 6:30p

MARDI GRAS MARTINI HAPPY HOUR & SILENT AUCTION: At historic Hays County Courthouse. Support Heritage Association of San Marcos. A festive evening with delicious martinis, libations, appetizers, jazz music and silent auction. Ticket: $20 on-line or $25 at door. Be a part of the fun, fundraising, and preserving of the rich heritage of our beautiful city! 2024: 2/8, 5p

HAYS COUNTY NETWORKING & OPEN 4 BUSINESS LUNCH SERIES: Web. Open to all. Join us to see what we are all about. We are a group of business Onrs, entrepreneurs and professionals living and working in central Texas (Hays County, San Marcos, Buda, Kyle, etc). This is the place to be if you are looking to expand your network or grow your business. A friendly group with a mission of helping each other grow, expand and prosper. Come prepared to give a 30 second "elevator" speech about who you are, what you do, and what kind of referrals you're looking for. Bring plenty of business cards. No cost to attend other than what you spend on food/beverages. Richard Gibbens: 512-203-6143. Every Thurs, 11:30a-1p, at Kerbey Lane Cafe, 221 E Sessom Dr, San Marcos

SMTX FILM SERIES: At Price Center. An independent film series focusing on locally produced films from Central Texas. With the featured film’s creators usually in the audience, you never know who you’ll meet. Beer & pizza available. Admission: $5/p. Members can book tickets in advance: 512-392-2900 or email info@price-center.org . Film schedule at: Event Web; Event Facebook; Venue Web. 2024: May-Dec, Every 1st Tue, 7p (informal at 6:15p; Pizza/drinks: 6:30p)

POETRY OPEN MIC: 512-754-925; At Wake the Dead Coffee House, 1432 Old RR-123. Presented By: San Marcos Poetry Group, Monthly, 1st Thur, 7:30-9:30p

MOVIES ON THE SQUARE: At Hays County Historic Courthouse, 111 E San Antonio St. 512-393-8430. Free admission. Family-friendly featuring popular movies, complimentary popcorn and jumbo-sized lawn games! Order to-go from a local restaurant and enjoy a safe and memorable night under the stars in downtown. This is a picnic style event, so bring your own chair or blanket. Provided by San Marcos Main Street Program. Garret Hope: ghope@sanmarcostx.gov - 2023: 11/28, 12/5, 6p; 2024: TBD

SUMMER IN THE PARK - THURSDAY NIGHT CONCERTS: Plaza Park. Outdoor seating. Free. Facebook. June-mid Aug, Every Thurs, 7:30-9:30p

YOUTH LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE TRAINING: 800-572-2626; At First Baptist Church NBC, 420 Mitchell St. Web. For girls & boys ages 11 add up. Youth-led, interactive; foundations of leadership & success; discovery & self-exploration; community service. Free. Register. Every 3rd Sat, 1-3p

STANDUP COMEDY: At Roughhouse Brewing, 2nd Thurs, 7:30-9p. Outdoors on patio. Free but donations appreciated. Not suitable for children.

OPEN MIC NIGHT: At The Porch, 129 E Hopkins Street. Free admission. Every week, Sun, 8p

OPEN MIC NIGHT: At Middleton Brewing, 101 Oakwood Loop. Free admission. 6p

TRIVIA ON TAP: At Taproom, 129 E Hopkins St, Ste 120. 228-281-9841. Free. Calling all geeks, nerds, and keepers of random knowledge! This is full of fun quiz rounds, food and drink specials, and prizes for top teams. Teams can be 6 people or less. Free to play! Just make sure you tip your service staff. 7-9p

OPEN MIC COMEDY: 512-754-9253; At Wake the Dead Coffee House, 1432 Old RR-12. Free admission. 2023: Every week, on Tue, 7-10p

ACE PEPPERS' BLUES JAM: At Jack's Roadhouse, 1625 Hunter Rd. Open blues jam. Bring your guitar. Backline provided. Free admission. Every week, on Wed, 7p

OPEN MIC NIGHT: At Cigar Vault, 122 N LBJ. Free admission. Every week, on Wed, 6p

KENT FINLAY'S SONGWRITERS CIRCLE: At Cheatham Street Warehouse, 119 Cheatham St. Every week, on Wed, 8p-2a

OPEN MIC-MODERN MIC: At Modern Day Hemp Co, 317 N LBJ. Experience the thrill of live comedy at Modern Mic - Comedy Open Mic! All about sharing laughs, showcasing talent and creating unforgettable moments. Break away from monotony of daily life and immerse yourself in an evening filled with humor and creativity. Whether you're an aspiring comedian looking for a stage or a comedy enthusiast wanting to enjoy an evening of laughter. 2023: Every week, on Wed, 7:30p

FRIDAY FUNKTION: At The Davenport 194 S Guadalupe St. Get your boogie on at a vintage market, with live music and grooves like none other. Every 4th Fri, 7p.

FALL FESTIVAL: At Advent Ridge Academy, 1523 Old RR-12. Friends and families are invited to join in our food, games, activities and even a maze! Entrance: free. Food & activities tickets available for purchase at door. Silent auction with amazing items! Proceeds help Worthy Student Fund. 2023: 11/11, 6-8p; 2024: TBD

SANTA'S JINGLE BELL RUN 5K: Runs through downtown and Historic District. The race will start and finish at San Marcos Plaza Park at Hutchison & CM Allen. Christmas music along the 5K route. The Kids K route runs through our Sights and Sounds Festival! Pricing on web. Web. 2023: 12/14, 7:30a; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Chamber of Commerce: 512-393-5900; Web
Cheatham Street Warehouse: 119 Cheatham St, Web
City Park: 170 Charles Austin Dr
City of San Marcos Conference Center: 1001 E McCarty Ln
Downtown Assn of San Marcos: A non-profit coalition of independent San Marcos businesses and individuals dedicated to strengthening our community by creating a vibrant local economy. Web, Facebook, downtownsmtx@gmail.com
Embassy Suites - San Marcos Conference Center: 1001 E McCarty Ln
Hays County Civic Center: 755 Civic Center Loop
Heritage Assn of San Marcos: HeritageSanMarcos.org. A nonprofit that supports preservation of historic buildings as well as celebrate the culture and perpetuate the traditions that beautify and enrich our community life.
Historic Hays County Courthouse: 111 E San Antonio St
Jack's Roadhouse: 512-214-8511; 1625 Hunter Rd. Facebook. Live entertainment
Pauline Espinosa Community Hall: (formerly the Rec Hall)
Plaza Park: 206 N CM Allen Pkwy
Price Center & Garden: 512-392-2900; 222 W San Antonio St. Web
Roughhouse Brewing, LLC: 512-667-7000; 680 Oakwood Loop. Web. Beer, food, events
San Marcos Plaza Park: 512-393-8400; 206 N CM Allen Pkwy
San Marcos Professionals: 512-393-5900; 202 N CM Allen Pkwy. Web, Facebook. A community organization for those who work in SM, under 45. Develop your network, build leadership skills, and serve locally! Check web for date, time location for next event. Many activities are free.
San Marcos Public Library: 512-393-8200; 625 E Hopkins St. Web. Many programs & activities. City operated.
Tanger Outlets - San Marcos: 4015 IH-35 S
Veramendi Plaza Park: 400 E Hopkins St, corner of Hopkins and CM Allen Pkwy
Zelicks Icehouse: 512-757-8787; 336 W Hopkins St. Web. Full bar, restaurant, patio, entertainment, tournaments






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SAN SABA COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOW: Annual event at Show Barn. FFA hosted. Facebook. 2024: 1/4-6

INTERNATIONAL GIRL PAGEANT: At San Saba Civic Center. As a regional competition, this is a great system for young ladies to receive training in interview, poise and talent development. Make new friends and gain confidence. If you qualify at this pageant, you will be invited to compete at the international pageant in July in Dallas. Kay Lynn Scott: 325-372-8600, Performancetalent@centex.net . Madison Amthor: 512-277-4504, Maddiepaige2016@yahoo.com . 2024: 4/13

SATURDAY NIGHTS IN SAN SABA: Late night shopping 5-8p, live music, eat, drink, shop while enjoying historic San Saba. Special theme event each Sat. 2023: 2nd Sat, Aug-Dec; 2024: TBD

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Mill Creek Park. See updated schedule: Dates

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Boys & Girls Club of Lampasas: 512-564-1669. bgctx.orgFacebook
County Livestock Show Barn:
Courthouse: Commerce St
Mill Pond Park: 325-372-5238. Web. Map
Risien Park: US-190 E, on the river
Rylander Memorial Library: 325-372-3079; 103 S Live Oak St. Web. Many programs & activities.
San Saba Chamber: 325-372-5141; Web
San Saba Civic Center: 1190 S Thomas Stewart Drive, at Hwy 190, E of downtown, Inside Mill Pond Park













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CONCERT SEASON - SPICEWOOD LIVE!: Performances take place at Event Center. Doors open 6p; Shows start 7p. Food truck. Tickets at the link below. 2023: 10/6, 11/10, 12/1; 2024: 3/15, 4/6, 5/3

SPICEWOOD COMMUNITY LIBRARY ACTIVITIES:
Children's Story Time: Most Every Tue, 10:30a
Special Children's Story Time - The Grinch!: . Wear your best Grinch outfit to a special storytime. 2023: Tue 12/19, 10:30-11:30a; 2024: TBD
Other Tue Activities: Pre-K Arts and Crafts; Bilingual story times, and more. Same schedule as above.
Book Club: Most every 2nd Wed, 10a-Noon

SPICEWOOD ARTS ACTIVITIES: See profile below. Tickets at web.
Love Is In The Arts Gala: Annual fundraiser with a live performance by Dysfunkshun Junkshun, one of Austin's top cover bands. Art exhibition. Ticket $150/p includes wine and seated dinner. This is main source of funding for scholarship and school programs. 2024: Sat 2/10, 6-10p
Spicewood Live: Great live music, filled with a variety of genres that are high-energy and exciting and promise you a delightful time in a small audience environment. One of the performance venues in 2024 has changed while all others will be held at Spicewood Vineyards Event Center. 2024: 3/15 6p; 4/6 5:30p; 5/3 6p
Spicewood Arts Festival: Juried arts. Location will be where Pedernales Farmer's Market is held on Sundays. 2024: 4/20
Paper Roses Program: Learn how to make paper roses for Valentine's Day (or any occasion). Supplies: $5. Vases can be purchased at library's thrift store. Come-and-go event. Snacks, water, coffee available. 2024: 2/3, 10:30a-1:30p

IRON WOLF ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Sunday Pickin’ Circle – Hosted By Joe Forlini: Every Sun. Free. 2024: 2/25 2-5p
Sip & Shop Outdoor Market: Dozens of unique craft vendors while sipping specialty cocktails & enjoying live music. A variety of local produce and handcrafted goods. Dozens of unique local vendors for a variety of interests. No cover. All ages welcome. Every Mon. Noon-6p
Tackle Hunger! Super Bowl Party & Cook-off: Annual fundraiser benefiting Helping Hands of Spicewood and Tackle Hunger. Wing & Chili tastings, live music. Free admission. $10/p tasting wristband. 2024: Sun 2/11 Noon-10p
Reckless Kelly - Spicewood Arts Fundraiser: Doors: 5:30p. Show: 7p. Free. 2024: 4/6 5:30-10p

SPICEWOOD VINEYARDS RACES: At Spicewood Vineyards. Compete in a 5K, 10K, or half-marathon on challenging courses through incredible Hill Country scenery. Optional enter Santa Claus (men) and Elf (women) costume divisions. Web. 2023: 12/9; 2024: TBD

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Angel's Icehouse: 512-264-3777; 21815 TX-71 W. Web. Full Bar. Craft Cocktails. Local Drafts. Outdoor deck. Live music every Fri & Sat night. Song Swap Series
Front Yard Brewing: 512-614-4380; 4514 Bob Wire Rd. Web
Iron Wolf Distillery: 101 CR-409. Web. Makes: bourbon, gin, rum, vodka. Live music, disc golf course, corn hole, bocce ball, and life-size bourbon pong
Krause Springs: 424 CR-404. Map
Spicewood Arts: 512-264-2820; 1419 CR-409. Web. A non-profit that provides 6 high school students with a $1,500 scholarship and supports them throughout their college years. Annual gala.
Spicewood Community Center:
Spicewood Community Library: 830-693-7892: 1011 Texas Spur-191. Web. Wi-Fi service, accessible in library and parking lot, eBook access. Calendar on web site.
Spicewood VFD: 9805 TX-71 E
Spicewood Vineyards Event Center: 512-264-2820; 1419 CR-409. Web




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Note: Spring Branch and Bulverde are neighboring, sister towns, and share many facilities, including the Chamber and events. See Bulverde Activities above.

CHAMBER EVENTS: See Chamber web below for date, time & location.
Coffee With The Chamber: At Bulverde Visitors & Event Center. Monthly, Free. After 30 minutes of networking, we bring in different elected officials from the city, county and state levels to update the membership on current events and activities or a speaker that can share knowledge about development or growth in the area. Be ready to provide your best 10 second introduction as we go around the room and invite everyone to participate.
Power Lunch Series: At Bulverde Visitors & Event Center. Guest speaker. Networking. Members: $25, non-members: $40. 11:30a-1p
Chamber Sporting Clay Shoot: At Good Bull Ranch, 8415 FM-311. Web. 2024: Thur 3/21, 12:30-6p

LIVE MUSIC AT DEVINE WINE BAR: Dinner & craft drinks available. Thur, 6-9p

VETERANS NETWORKING BREAKFAST: At Chiwawa! Mexican Cafe, 403 Singing Oaks, Spring Branch. Free monthly event but register first. 7:30-9a. This is a pay your own way breakfast, but one you do not want to miss. Bring a wingman, a battle buddy, or a veteran-friendly business professional with you. Vets and their families are welcome. Contact Donna Hoffmeyer: donna.hoffmeyer@live.com or Mike Clark: clarkmb2@gmail.com with questions. Veteran's Council.

TIPSY GOAT EVENTS: Local live music, Biergarten games!
Trivia Night: Every Tue, 6p
Lamplighter Songwriter Night: Every Wed, 7-9p; After Party Sessions: 9-12p
Live @ The Goat: Every Thur-Sun, 7-10p

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Guadalupe River State Park. See updated schedule: Dates

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Anhalt Dance Hall: 2390 Anhalt Rd. 830-438-2873; Web
Bulverde Visitor & Event Center: 830-438-4285; 499 Singing Oaks, Ste 101, Spring Branch
Devine Wine Bar & Bistro: 830-460-3317; Faithville Shopping Center, 17080 TX-46 W. Web. Dining, gourmet coffee, wine, craft beer, cocktails, live entertainment
Good Bull Ranch: 6815 FM-311
Honey Creek SNA: 830-438-2656, TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes
Jumbo Evans Sports Park: 210-488-8063; Jumbo Evans Blvd. Web
Mystic Shores: 25801 FM-306.
Park 31 Events Venue: 1200 Park Rd 31
Rebecca Creek Baptist Church: 11755 US-281 N (just S of Post Office in Spring Branch), Web
Rebecca Creek Ranch: 13084 Rebecca Creek Rd
Screaming Goat Yard & Tap: 830-885-2209; 4 Sun Valley Rd. screaminggoatyard.com. Craft beer and cocktail bar serving southern food and local craft coffee. Live music
Shade Tree Saloon & Grill: 13430 US-281 N
Spring Branch Tennis Assoc: 830-205-1150; 144 Jumbo Evans Blvd. web
Spring Creek Gardens: 830-885-6321; 11355 US-281 N. Web







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LBJ STATE PARK ACTIVITIES: See profile below.
Deck The Halls: At Sauer-Beckmann Farm. Make Christmas decorations with natural materials. Help them get ready for holidays by stringing popcorn and decorating cookies to hang on our Christmas tree. Learn how make wreaths out of local cedar and dip your own candles so you, too, can get ready for das Weihnachten (Christmas). Free. 2023: Sat 11/25, 10a-3p; 2024: TBD
LBJ Christmas Tree Lighting: Enjoy this special tradition started decades ago by President and Mrs. Johnson. Entrance is free; no reservation is required. 2023: Sun 12/17, 5:30p; 2024: TBD

LBJ NATIONAL PARK ACTIVITIES: See profile below.

STONEWALL CHAMBER ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Christmas Food and Toy Drive: See the Amazon Wish List. See toy and coat collection boxes at SW & FBG stores. Mail check donations to: Stonewall Chamber, POB 1, Stonewall, TX 78671
Chamber Banquet: Cocktails, BBQ chicken, awards ceremony. Tickets at Weinheimer and Stroeher. 2024: Mon 1/29 5:30p
Pints & Politics: Meet candidates running for local offices. Wine, beer, snacks. At Chamber office. 2024: 2/15 6-8p
Stonewall Chamber Bingo: Benefit. Ticket: $20/p at Weinheimer's & Mane Attraction. Bring a $20 bingo prize per person, Drinks, snacks provided. 2024: 2/23

STONEWALL HERITAGE SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Annual Meeting & Program: At St. Thomas Hall at St. Francis Xavier Church. Open to all. Light refreshments. 2024: Sun 1/28, 2p

ST FRANCIS XAVIER CHURCH PARISH FESTIVAL: Annual event. Chicken BBQ meal, with all the trimmings. $15/plate. Dine in or Drive thru. Silent auction. Proceeds benefit maintenance on church. 2024: Sun 3/3 11a until sold out

LOS CAZADORES ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Predator Contest: Cash & One-Of-A-Kind prizes. $300/team, cash only, 4 person max. Eligible counties: Gillespie, Blanco, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason. Register: Closes: 2024: 2/27, noon. More info at web below. Check In: 2024: 2/18, noon

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AB Astris Winery: 830-664-8369; 320 Klein Rd. Web. Vineyard, winery, tasting room, food, tours, club, outdoor seating, entertainment, love music Sat afternnon. Pets & children allowed. Located between Stonewall and Hye, off US-290.
Adega Vinho Winery: 830-265-5765; 1000 RR-1623 S. Web. Vineyard, winery, tasting room, food, tours, club, events. Pets & children allowed. Located off US-290.
Arrowhead Creek Vineyards: 830-307-7200; 13502 US-290 E. Web. Vineyard, wine, tasting room, tours, club, events, live music typ Sat afternoon. Outdoor seating by the historic Pedernales River. Children allowed.
Barons Creek Vineyards: 830-304-3000; 5865 US-290 E. Web. Vineyards, winery, tasting room, club, events, live music typ Sat afternoon, lodging. Located just W of Stonewall.
Becker Vineyards-Estate Winery & Tasting Room: 830-644-2681; 464 Becker Farms Rd. beckervineyards.com. Featured in Wine Spectator, starred on The Fine Living Channel, and served at The White House, these hand crafted award-winning Bordeaux, Burgundian, and Rhone-styled wines are enjoyed with fine cuisine or casual fare. At this estate location: vineyards, winery, tastings, club, tours, reception hall, picnic areas, events, entertainment, live music typ Sat-Sun afternoon, and B&B. Pets & children allowed. See Tasting Room in Fredericksburg.
Bluemont Vineyard & Brewery: 830-307-7784; 662 Woodrose Ln. Web. Wine, wine tasting, craft beer, hard cider, food, events. Pets & children allowed. Located off US-290, a few mi S of town, on W side of road.
Cicada Cellars: 830-456-9324; 14746 US-290 E. Web. Downtown. Vineyard, winery, tastings, club. Pets & children allowed.
Crown Hill Winery: 830-542-9585; 171 Crown Hill Road. Web. Winery, club, events, live music on Sat. Entrance off Wilke Trail, S of Stonewall
Foyt Winery & Museum: 830-542-4457; 38 Jenschke Ln. Web. Wines are crafted from small vineyard selections from Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Wine, tasting room, club.
Grape Creek Vineyards: 830-644-2710; 10587 US-290 E. Web. Vineyards, winery, tasting room, club, gifts, tours, B&B, event center. 9 mi E of Fredericksburg and 3 mi W of Stonewall. See tasting room also in Fredericksburg.
Heath Sparkling Wines: 830-304-1011; 10591 US-290 E. Web. Winery, tasting room, tours, club, restaurant, patios. Part of Grape Creek Vineyards. Located on same access road.
Hilmy Cellars: 830-644-2482; 12346 US-290 E. Web. Vineyards, winery, tasting room, tours. Family run.
Kuhlman Cellars: 512-920-2675; 18421 US-290 E. Web. Winery, tasting room, tours, bistro. LBJ MOVIES
LBJ National Historical Park, at LBJ Ranch: 830-868-7128 x264; 144 Park Rd 49. Web. Entry to the LBJ Ranch is located north of US-290, just off of Ranch Road 1. Discover more about the LBJ Ranch and our 36th president; and Ranger talks on ranching, wildflowers, national parks, cars, voting rights and more. Free annual family events.
Lyndon B Johnson State Park & Historic Site & Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm, Visitor Complex: 830-644-2252; 199 Park Rd 52. Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept.Web
Los Cazadores: 830-997-2697; 14887 US-290 E. Web. Hunting, archery, fishing gear
Meierstone Vineyards: 830-644-2462; 573 Meier-Stone Rd. Web. A family-owned winery, club, events, pet friendly. Across from LBJ State Park, just off US-290, on S side.
Michael Ros Winery: 830-307-1323; 982 Old San Antonio Rd, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Vineyard, winery, food truck, club, events, live entertainment, live music typ Sat afternoon
Narrow Path Winery And Vineyard: 830-644-2144; 6331 RR-1623 S. Web. Vineyard, winery, tasting room, club.
Pedernales Cellars: 830-644-2037; 2916 Upper Albert Rd. Web. Vineyard, winery, tasting room, club, events, entertainment, live music typ Sat afternoon.
(The) Resort At Fredericksburg (aka The Edge): 830-308-7118; 3567 US-290 E. Web. Guest wines (no vineyards, not a winery), The Edge Tasting room (522-755-5755), club, luxury dining, lodging, entertainment, events, live music typ Fri-Sun afternoons. Located 1 mi E of town.
Rhinory: 830-992-9526; 13112 US-290. Website http://www.rhinory.com not available. Facebook. A place where rhinos and wine meet for a unique Hill Country experience. Focus is on world class wines and rhino conservation. Winery, tastings, club.
Signor Vineyards: 830-304-74463; 62 Livesay Ln, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Web. Wine, tastings, Joanna's Market for munchies, club. Kids & pets are not allowed in tasting venues. Located just W of Stonewall. Live music typ Sat afternoon
Stonewall Heritage Society: Community and history of Stonewall area. Meets at St Thomas Hall next to Francis Xavier Catholic Church
St Francis Xavier Church: 830-644-2368; 400 St Francis Street. St Thomas Hall next to church.
Stonewall Chamber Of Commerce: 250 Peach Street. 830-644-2735; Web. stonewallchamber@gmail.com, Dana Yocham: dyocham25@gmail.com




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McNair Park, 211 Park Rd
Sunrise Beach Civic Center, 124 Sunrise Dr







VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDRAISER: At Fire Station, 264 Valentine Rd. 830-562-3403; Parade at 11a, BBQ Lunch at 11:30-2p, Auction, Raffle. 2023: 9/3; 2024: TBD







TOW FISH FRY: At Community Center. Fundraiser. Raffle, door prizes. Car Show. Donations appreciated. 2023: 9/23, 5-7p; 2024: TBD

TRUNK OR TREAT: At Community Center. Hot dogs, frito pies, games, costume contest at 7p. Candy or cake donation. 2023: 10/28, 5-8p; 2024: TBD

VETERANS DAY LUNCH: At Community Center, free lunch for vets. Prayer, flag presentation, patriotic music. Honoring all who served. 2023: Sat, 11/11, 11a-1p; 2024: TBD

BREAKFAST WITH THE CLAUSES: At Community Center. Good food, fun times, pictures with Santa, gifts for kiddos. 2023: Sat, 12/16, 9a-11p; 2024: TBD

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Tow Community Center: 135 CR-221


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TWIN SISTERS EVENTS:
Raise The Roof Festival Fundraiser: Cook-Off (chili, BBQ), live music, dominoes, washer pithing tournament, children's activities, dance, silent auction, food/market vendors. Admission ticket required, see below. Event Web. Annual event. 2023: 9/22, 8p; 9/23, 9a; 2024: TBD
Family Movie Night: Free admission, donations welcomed. Family friendly. Check web for time. 2023: 9/22, 8p; 2024: TBD
Live Performance: Landon Dodd and The Dancehall Drifters. Ticket required, see below. Adults: $15/p, Kids: $5/p. 2023: 10/7, 8p; 2024: TBD
Live Performance: Whiskey 2 Step. Ticket required, see below. Adults: $15/p, Kids: $5/p. 2023: 11/4, 8p; 2024: TBD
Festival Of Texas Fiddling: All styles of fiddling in Texas from Old Time and Country to Western Swing, Creole, Texas Polish, Cajun, Son Huasteca, Bluegrass and Blues! Two stages of concerts, dances, and showcases instrument and dance workshops. Special guests. Admission ticket required, see below. Event Web. Annual event. 2023: 12/1-2, 8p; 2024: TBD
New Year’s Eve: Come celebrate with a live performance. Ticket required, see below. Adults: $15/p, Kids: $5/p. 2023: 12/31, 8p; 2024: TBD

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Twin Sisters Dance Hall: 512-833-5773; 6720 US-281 S. Web. 6 mi S of Blanco. Free parking. Tickets available at this web.




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Community Park: Off FM-1050 at 241 Utopia Park Rd
Hill Country Adventures & Nature Center: 5181 FM-1050, between Utopia and Garner State Park
Town Square: RR-187, 485 Main St
Utopia Memorial Library: 830-966-3448; 800 Main St, RR-187. Open: M-F 9a-noon; M&Th 1–5p; T,W&F 1-4p. Books, videos, wi-fi, computers access. Web, Facebook
Utopia Park Arena: Off FM-1050 at 241 Utopia Park Rd
Four Sisters Ranch: 830-426-1602; 1555 Lemond Rd. Web. aka 4 Sisters Ranch. Lodging, events




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UVALDE COUNTY JR LIVESTOCK SHOW: Uvalde, at Uvalde County Fairplex, 215 Veterans Lane. Annual event. 830-591-9040. Host Web, AgriLife. 2024: 1/25-27

FOUR SQUARE FRIDAY: 830-278-4115; at Historic Downtown, late night shopping, food, live music and art. Web. Every 2nd Fri, 6-9p

AT RUBY'S LOUNGE: Rock Night, with Robert Miguel every 2nd Sat, 9a-midnight. Open Mic Night, every 3rd Thurs 7-10p, with Uvalde Radio. See web below

AT HERBY HAM: See web below for details.
UYRC Rodeo 2023 Summer Series: 6/13 (1st Point Night), 6/20 (2nd Point Night), 7/11 (3rd Point Night), 7/22 (Year End Rodeo), 8/1 (Awards Banquet), 9/3 (Palomino Fest). 9a; 2024: TBD
Stand Up Comedy: 8-11p, doors: 7:30p, food, beer, drinks available. 2023: 9/15; 2024: TBD

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Broadway 830: 830-900-7076; 100 E Main St. Web. Food, craft beer on tap, specialty cocktails, live entertainment, trivia night
El Progreso Memorial Library: 830-278-2017; 301 W Main St. Web
Herby Ham Activity Center: 830-591-2711; 248 FM-3447. Facebook
Ruby's Lounge: 830-278-9066; 636 E Front St. Facebook. Jukebox music, karaoke, pool tables, dance floor, BYOB
Uvalde County Fairplex: 830-591-9040; 215 Veterans Ln. Web
Uvalde Youth Rodeo Club (UYRC): Web










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NIGHT SKY PROGRAMS: Celebrate all things night sky related at our night sky fest and stay after for a star party! Learn about the night sky, creatures of the night, and what you can do to help protect dark skies. Booths and activities for the whole family 6p-9p; followed by star viewing party until 10:30p. Weather dependent. Amanda Zumwalt, 830-966-3413, manda.zumwalt@tpwd.texas.gov - 2023 Schedule: 8/12; 2024: TBD. Check website (below) for more dates to be announced.

TPWD RAINBOW TROUT WINTER RELEASE: Usually at Lost Maples State Park-Lower. See updated schedule: Dates

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Lost Maples State Natural Area: 830-966-3413; 34986/37221 FM-187. TPWD Web, Hill Country Parks & Lakes. Night sky parties, fests, and other programs.







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Waring (Fire) Hall: 210-386-5766; 11 Waring Rd. Used for community events, including performances, and the annual VFD annual dinner, dance & auction.
Waring General Store And Dance Hall: 830-995-4377; 544 Waring-Welfare Rd, RR-1621. Facebook 1, Facebook 2. Includes old-time general store (circa 1900) of German heritage. Full restaurant, and features famous Wednesday "Steaknite" with live entertainment.









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GILLESPIE COUNTY HISTORIC SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE - WILLOW CITY: Presented in partnership with the Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools. No admission charge, donations gladly accepted towards the preservation projects. Web. 830-685-3321. 2023: Sat, 4/1, 11a-4p; 2024: TBD

COMMUNITY CLUB ACTIVITIES:
Club Meeting: At Historic School. Short business meeting followed by socializing and games. $10/p dues. Public welcome. See profile below. 2024: Fri 2/2 6:30p

VFD ACTIVITIES:
Meet The Candidates: Primary Election candidates, introductions, Q&A. 2024: Wed 1/31, 7p
VFD BBQ Benefit: At Fire Station. Annual fundraiser. The Auxiliary's Country Store open 3-5p. Flag raising 3:30p. Silent auction 3-6:30p. Live auction 4-5:30p. Pork barbecue meal with trimmings, homemade cakes and pies will be served after the live auction ends at 5:30p. Cost per meal plate is by donation. Local musicians play live country music at 5:30p. Prize giveaway drawings, buy tickets: $2 or 6 for $10. Proceeds help maintain and improve the station, trucks and equipment, training, insurance, routine operating expenses. 2024: 5/4, 3p
VFD Auxiliary: Meeting re prep for BBQ Benefit: 2024: 2/7 6:30p at Station. Open to all.
VFD Quilt Show & Live Auction: Annual event, open to all, at Adelsverein Halle at Marktplatz in Fredericksburg, 120 W Main Street. fundraisingauctionevents.com, 830-685-3376. Quilts are made by local quilters who donate their time and skills to create beautiful pieces of art. Shop the boutique open with holiday items. Admission: free. 830-685-3385, raynellwilke@willowcitytx.org - 2023: Sat 11/18. Quilts on display Sat, 10:30a-12:30p. Live auction: 1p; 2024: TBD
Community Holiday Social & Meal: Celebrate Christmas. Sponsored by WCVFD, held annually at Fire Station. Turkey dinner provided by Wilke family, you bring deserts. Live music, games, prizes. Collection for local Food Pantry and Animal Shelter. 830-685-3266 or 830-685-3321. 2023: Fri 12/15, 6p. Santa at 7p with treats for kids; 2024: TBD

SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE, PICNIC, REUNION, HOMECOMING & FAMILY NIGHT: 2023: Fri, 8/4, 6:30p; 2024: TBD

FALL GARAGE SALE: At historic Willow City School & Community Center grounds, 2501 RR-1323. Seller spaces: $12. Set Up: 6-8a. Raynel Wilke. 2023: Sat 10/7, 8a-2p; 2024: TBD

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Willow City Volunteer Fire & Rescue Dept (WCVFR) & Fire Station: 830-685-3376; 2553 RR-1323. Web. Meets 1st Thur 7p. Annual BBQ Benefit in May.
WCVFR Auxiliary: President Margie Hohmann, 830-456-3785
Willow City School Building/Community Center & Club: Willow City Historic School 2501 RR-1323. This is a hickory sandstone, two-story, three room school building with original desks and blackboards. Built in 1905. This was the third school building for the Willow City community. First Rural Gillespie County school to have a bus and bus shed. Consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1961. It is on the Gillespie County Country Schools Trail and is designated National Historic Registered site. The Building may be rented for social gatherings, such as receptions, reunions, meetings and classes. An annual open house and family night picnic reunion/homecoming celebration is held in August. Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures. Web
Willow City Community Club: Usually meets monthly, 1st Fri, 6:45p at Willow City School Building/Community Center. Attendees are encouraged to bring a dish, snack or dessert to be shared during the business meeting, and bring own beverages. Short business meeting, followed by games of "42" dominoes and socializing. Guests and new members are always wwelcome. Annual dues: $10/adult. Club Sec/Treas: Mable Wilke, 830-685-3385, rmrwilkeranch@earthlink.net.




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GLASSBLOWING DEMONSTRATION: 800-929-6686; 6469 RR-12, Wimberley/San Marcos, at Wimberley Glassworks. Experience first hand demonstration of the unique craftsmanship of hand blown glass from their skilled team of artisans using centuries-old techniques. Tour art installations and enjoy the patio outside under the oaks. Web. Every Thurs-Sun, 10a-3p (Note: Gallery open Wed-Sun, 10a-5p)

WIMBERLEY PLAYERS ACTIVITIES: See profile below
Shakespeare In Love: Web. $25/p, Student ID: $20/p. Fri & Sat: 7:30p, Sun: 2:30p. 2024: Every Fri-Sun 2/23-3/17

SAVAGE'S ACTIVITIES:
Karaoke: Tue: 7-11p; Fri-Sat: 10p-2a
River Mountain Green: Musical trio, every 1st & 3rd Mon, 6-9p
Live Music: On outside deck, every Sat & Sun night
Song Circle: Every Wed, hosted by John Conboy. Musicians invited to share your creativity and beauty through your music. 6:30-9p
Pool Tournament: Every Mon. Sign up starts at 7p, games start at 7:30p, end 10:30p

EAGLE ROCK TAVERN ACTIVITIES: Karaoke Wednesday: 8-11:30p; Trivia Night 7:30-9p; Golden Tee Golf League Night: Every Tue 6:30p; plus Bingo; HS, College & NFL football, & MLB baseball & UFC fights on TV; Pool movie; Picker Circle; and the Swimming Hole. See schedule on web below.

WIMBERLEY GALLERY TRAIL: 830-708-7433. Free. Some of the art galleries stay open a little later, offer music, drink and food, special guests, and much more. And, as always, art for sale. Lynn Myers, Web. Every 2nd Sat, 4-7p

ART FEST: At Alexis Pointe. Tasty BBQ & refreshments, giveaways, prizes, arts & crafts, shopping and local boutiques, interactive art booth, block party on the drive, family FUN, live music, reveal of The View of Wimberley Mural. Free: parking, admission. RSVP 512-842-7119. 2023: 4/4, 4:30a-7:30p; 2024: TBD

HOLISTIC HEALTH FAIR: At Alexis Pointe. Explore local, natural products/services for your health and well-being. Vendors. At 5p: Hors d'oeuvres & open bar; 6p: Seminar; 6:30: Demo. 2023: Thur 11/16, 5-7p; 2024: TBD

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA: At 400 Green Acres Dr. Pancakes, sausage, crafts, visit with Santa, and a new book to take home. Web. Ticket: $8/adult, $5/child, or more at door. Music by Hill Country Band. Hosted by Wimberley Community Civic Club, Web. 2023: Sat 12/15, 8:30-11:30a; 2024: TBD

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENT/ACTIVITY VENUES IN THIS TOWN: Check each website for updated entertainment & activity calendar details.
Alexis Pointe-Senior Living: 512-842-4152; 14390 RR-12. Web
Blue Hole Regional Park: 100 Blue Hole Ln
Chester Franklin Arena, VFW Veterans Park: 401 Jacobs Well Rd and intersection with RR-12, about 3 mi N of town and 11 mi S of Dripping Springs
Community Center: 512-847-2510; 14068 RR-12, corner of RR-12 and River Rd. Web
Cypress Falls Swimming Hole: 50 Marina Cr
Eagle Rock Draft House (formerly Dark Skies Tavern At Cypress Falls): 512-847-6595; 1 Woodcreek Cr. Web
Emily Ann Theatre & Gardens: 512-847-6969; 1101 FM-2325
Savage's Hill Country Bar & Grill: 512-842-3114; 9595 RR-12. Web. Live music, karaoke
Wimberley Glassworks: 800-929-6686; 6469 RR-12
Messina Inn Convention Hall: Open-air Pavilion Room along Cypress Creek near downtown.
Pioneer Town: 333 Wayside Drive. Pioneer Town, River Rd
Waters Point Retreat-Rio Bonito: 13401 RR-12.
Wimberley Community Civic Club: 610-331-2125; Web
Wimberley Players: 512-847-0575; 450 Old Kyle Rd. Web. adminmanager@wimberleyplayers.org
Wimberley Village Library: 512-847-2188; 400 FM-2325. Web




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OUTDOOR EVENTS AT JACOB'S WELL NATURAL AREA: 512-722-3390; at 221 Woodacre Dr. Reservations required for water access. Free admission. Swimming, hiking, tours. Restrictions apply. Details at: Web. Every Day, 8a-6p

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Blood & Tissue Center BLOOD DONOR EVENTS: At South Texas Blood & Tissue Center Blood Drive; 830-522-0178; 210-757-9505; Donor Line: 210-731-5590; 6211 IH-10 W, San Antonio, TX 78201. biobridgeglobal.org, Local Donor Events. See this web for updated calendar of local blood drive events regularly occurring throughout the Hill Country and nearby. This vital non-profit center provides blood for all of the Hill Country. Rita Holmberg Woodman, Donor Recruitment Consultant, Hill Country Representative. Anyone who is 16 years old weighing 120 pounds (with parental consent form), or at least 17 years old weighing 110 pounds, and in good general health can donate blood. Photo ID Required. Call to arrange a local blood drive.

CASI Chili Appreciation Society International CASI - CHILI APPRECIATION SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL: 214-802-9618; CASI Web, Facebook. Non-profit organization of chili enthusiasts. Events often combine with other local event themes (barbecue cook-off's car show, etc.) and have local concessions. Not all details are available early in the year. Typically no prior experience required. Volunteer judges wanted. Events benefit local charities. Events often do not repeat each year in same town. Most are "rain or shine". Entry fee for Chili submissions. More details for each event are on website.

EDUCATION CONNECTION-READING TO CHILDREN: 512-813-5918. This non-profit organization provides volunteers to read to elementary school 3rd grade children. Volunteers needed throughout the Texas Hill Country. Support children literacy by reading to students on a 1-on-1 basis. Donations desired that will pave the way for learning, growth, and a brighter tomorrow. Be the change-maker in a child's life today. Web, Facebook. Amy Wilke, 813-5118 x3

HILL COUNTRY ALLIANCE (HCA): 512-894-2214; Web. Mission is to bring together a diverse coalition of partners to preserve the open spaces, starry night skies, clean and abundant waters, and unique character of the Texas Hill Country. Many seminars, workshops, activities. Some require a fee. info@hillcountryalliance.org - Volunteers needed.
Land Program: Riparian Workshop: 2024: Sat 2/3, 2-4:30p, Boerne
Texas Ground Water Association 2024 Annual Convention: At San Marcos. $. Web. Brings together 400+ water well professionals, groundwater science professionals and leading industry representatives under one roof for education, networking, scholarship fundraising and camaraderie. 2024: 1/23-26, 8a-5p
Texas Land Conservation Conference: At Austin. $. Web. Brings together experts from around the state and nation to discuss a variety of conservation-related issues, providing an exceptional opportunity for learning and engagement in order to advance land and water conservation in Texas. 2024: Fri Sat Sun 2/28-3/1, 8a-5p
See all HCA: At Events. Some events are hosted by others.

HILL COUNTRY ASTRONOMERS (HCA): 512-894-2214; Web. A non-profit club that holds events for the public to participate in learning about astronomy, often through public star parties where the club sets up their telescopes for attendees to use. See web for meeting & event schedule. Many events are held at state parks on a regular basis. All are welcome regardless of experience level. Monthly meetings: on first Mon at 6:30p at Hill Country University Center (H-E-B room), 2818 US-290 E, Fredericksburg. hillcountryastronomers@gmail.com

INTERNATIONAL BARBECUE COOKERS ASSN (IBCA) COOK-OFF: 512-806-3267; Web. Non-profit organization of barbecue enthusiasts. Events often combine with other local event themes (chili cook-offs car show, etc.) and have local concessions. Not all details are available early in the year. Events benefit local charities. Each event may have contests for various meats (brisket, chicken, pork, beans). Events sometimes do not repeat each year in same town. Most are "rain or shine". Typically no prior experience required. Entry for for BBQ submissions. Most have camping and RV parking that require a per night fee. onestarbbqs@gmail.com

LONE STAR BARBECUE SOCIETY (LSBS) COOK-OFF: 325-998-8877; Web. Non-profit organization of barbecue enthusiasts. Events often combine with other local event themes (chili cook-off, car show, etc.) and have local concessions. Not all details are available early in the year. Events benefit local charities. Each event may have contests for various meats (brisket, chicken, pork, beans). Events often do not repeat each year in same town. Most are "rain or shine". Typically no prior experience required. Entry fee for BBQ submissions. Most have camping and RV parking that require a per night fee. onestarbbqs@gmail.com

NATIONAL WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA: Sponsor Web. Our mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,600 locations in all 50 states, at sea and abroad. Join us by sponsoring a veteran's wreath at a cemetery near you, volunteering or donating to a local fundraising group. Known nearby participating cemeteries include: Blanco Historic Cemetery; St. Mary's; Mt Horeb; Twin Sisters; McKinney Loop; and more. Wreaths Across America will support you in becoming a Location Coordinator for a cemetery in your area. There is no cost to become a participating location and host a Wreaths Across America ceremony. Local contact: Candy Cargill, Wreaths Across Blanco County, 830-833-4591

PARADE OF HOMES: A public tour of 11 beautifully decorated new, custom, spectacular homes located throughout Texas Hill Country. Presented by the Hill Country Builders Association and Security State Bank & Trust. $15/weekend. Self-guided tour. Take both weekends to view homes. Sat: 10a-6p; Sun: Noon-6p. Wear comfortable easy to remove shoes. You will need to remove your shoes. Please wear socks and carry your shoes with you. No Animals permitted. Info & tickets online: Web. 830-307-8755; info@hillcountrybuilders.org - 2023: 10/21-22 & 28-29; 2024: TBD

STUDENT TRIP TO WASHINGTON DC: An invitation of 7-8th graders at all area schools to participate in trip to see our nations's capitol and Williamsburg. $150 deposit. Organizers will hold fundraisers to assist with costs. Contact: Samantha Davis: 903-654-2838, Samantha.Davis@yahoo.com or Alyssa: Fitzsimmons@alyssa@fisd.org - 2024: 5/30-6/6

STUDENT TRIP TO WASHINGTON DC: Central Texas Electric Coop will send 3 high school students on this "Government In Action Youth Tour" in 2024. Winners of the CTEC Youth Tour essay contest will have an expense paid trip. See rules and procedures on Web. Essays due: 2024: 1/26, 5p

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION (TWC): 512-463-6389; Web. conferenceplanning@twc.texas.gov
Texas Conference for Employers: A series of employer seminars held each year throughout the state. Learn about state and federal employment laws and the unemployment claim and appeal process. We assemble our best speakers to guide you through ongoing matters of concern to Texas employers and to answer your questions regarding your business. At Kerrville, Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center, 1001 Junction Hwy. 2024: 2/16

VOLUNTEER AT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: See our city/town profiles in the Non-Profits sections to find a good match to your interests. A Hill Country-wide list of non-profit organizations is available at: Hill-Country-Information.html. Great opportunities for volunteering.




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LCRA LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY (LCRA) PARKS EVENTS: Web. Some of their parks offer event activities. Overall, their is a wide variety of events spanning their 30+ parks. Find events at: LCRA Events. See more details on each park on our focus topic page: Hill Country Parks & Lakes

LBJ National Historical Park NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS-EVENTS: Each of the parks in the Texas Hill Country offer a variety on recurring and special events, such as hikes, guided tours, lessons, demonstrations, astronomy/stargazing, junior rangers, fishing, and many more. These links take you straight to their event calendar page. See more details on each park on our focus topic page: Hill Country Parks & Lakes Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT-PARK EVENTS (TPWD): Each of their parks in the Texas Hill Country offer a variety on recurring and special events, such as hikes, guided tours, lessons, demonstrations, birding, astronomy, boating, swimming, fishing with a Ranger, and many more. These links take you straight to their event calendar page. Includes State Natural Areas (SNA). See more details on each park on our focus topic page: Hill Country Parks & Lakes BALCONES CANYONLANDS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE: 512-339-9432; 24518 FM-1431 E. Web. Maintained by US Fish & Wildlife Service. A huge (25,00 ac) home to many native Texas wildlife and plants. Established to protect the nesting grounds of the black-capped vireo and the endangered golden-cheeked warbler. This refuge also helps protect water quality in central Texas and lies just N of Lake Travis, the drinking water reservoir for the Austin metro area. Observation decks. Popular birding, wildlife and hiking (10 miles of foot trails) refuge. Frequent public programs & activities. Open daylight hours. Free admission. Located E of Marble Falls, S of Bertram, SW of Liberty Hill, and NW of Lago Vista. Map. Entrance at Cow Creek Rd, Lago Vista, TX 78645. HQ located off FM-1431





 
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