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10th Annual Christmas on Mercer Street
A cherished Dripping Springs holiday tradition is upon us and what better way to kick off the Christmas season! Now in its 10th year, Christmas on Mercer Street returns to downtown Dripping Springs, bringing friends and families together for an old-fashioned celebration. Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 6th from 10:00 a.m. Read More
Hill Country Ranch Christmas Art & Craft Faire
Texas Market Guide announces its sixth event of the year. The second annual Hill Country Ranch: Christmas Art & Craft Faire comes to Dripping Springs Ranch Park. The park is located at 1042 DS Ranch Road Dripping Springs, TX just off of Ranch Road 12 and Hwy 290 (Across from Dripping Springs Elementary School). Read More
Rainwater Revival Returns to Dripping Springs
Look to the sky for your water supply—and learn how to capture and use it at the fifth annual Rainwater Revival, which returns to Dripping Springs on October 25. The popular and free edu-fest event is put on by the Hill Country Alliance. “We began our part-educational, part-fun fest in Dripping Springs in 2010, and after two years there we took the event on the road to other parts of the Hill Country,” said Event Chair Karen Ford. Read More
7th Annual Dripping With Taste Festival
Raise your glass as the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau host its 7th annual, Dripping with Taste Festival. On September 13, 2014, this ever-growing celebration of the Texas Hill Countries finest cuisine, wines, craft brews, and more, will commence at the Ranch Park Event Center in the community of Dripping Springs, from 12 noon – 7:00PM. Read More
Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead Museum Heritage Gala
Tickets and sponsorships for the 2014 Heritage Gala benefitting the Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead Museum have become a “bull market” as sales and sponsorships soar over previous years’ records - and a longhorn calf is added to the many interesting items up for auction at the April 12 lavish event. “This is our biggest year ever for sponsors...we have increased by over 50% from last year. Read More
Hill Country Wildflower Fest Arts and Crafts Show
Texas Market Guide announces its third event of the year. The third annual Hill Country Wildflower Fest comes to Dripping Springs Ranch Park. The park is located at 1042 DS Ranch Road Dripping Springs, TX just off of Ranch Road 12 and Hwy 290 across from Dripping Springs Elementary School. Dripping Springs was chosen as the show site due to the growing local economy and wonderful new show facility. Read More
1st Annual Hill Country Ranch: Art, Craft, & Antique Faire
Texas Market Guide announces its eighth event of the year. The first annual Hill Country Ranch: Art, Craft, & Antique Faire comes to Dripping Springs Ranch Park. The park is located at 1042 DS Ranch Road Dripping Springs, TX just off of Ranch Road 12 and Hwy 290. Dripping Springs was chosen as the show site due to the growing local economy and wonderful new show facility. Read More
2nd Annual Hill Country Shootout
The weekend before dove season opens, the Knights of Columbus Council #11695 of Dripping Springs will host the 2nd Annual Hill Country Shootout.  A sporting clay tournament held as a charity fundraiser at the internationally ranked Joshua Creek Ranch near Boerne.  Proceeds go to various community events and needs.  Proceeds from last year’s event supported the Center for the Intrepid, relief for the West, TX disaster, and a Memorial Day breakfast for veterans, 3-$1,500 scholarships, and a ... Read More
Empty Bowls Project Fills Bowls in Need
On November 4, the 15th Empty Bowls Project will be held in Dripping Springs to help local folks in need to fill their own bowls. Dripping Springs Helping Hands, a group dedicated to feeding the hungry and helping out in other ways in the community, will present the project at Sunset Canyon Pottery. Those gathering for the event will get a handcrafted, one-of-a-kind bowl, a heaping helping of soup, bread, and desert in return for a donation. Those who donate get to keep a bowl as a reminder ... Read More
New Condos Now Available in Great Dripping Springs Locale
The builders of Old Fitzhugh Townhomes are a father and son team, Rick and Robert Hardy. Rick Hardy received received his undergraduate degree from the School of Architecture and his Masters in Regional and City Planning from the University of Oklahoma. He started building homes in the Dallas area in 1985. Read More
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The Texas Hill Country, sun splashed hills rolling into the distance, is home to historic towns bursting with character, personalities, and great things to do.
Looking for a fun weekend with festivals, fairs, shopping, food, sightseeing, and more? The Hill Country Current is full of articles, advertising and special events.
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