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6th Annual Wimberley Arts Fest at Blue Hole April 12-13!
Back for the sixth year, and the second at beautiful Blue Hole Regional Park, the Wimberley Valley Art League is proud to present the Wimberley Arts Fest. Festivities kick off at 6 pm on Friday night with a free Concert in the Park sponsored by the City of Wimberley and featuring the Coby Bryant Band. Read More
6th Annual Wimberley Arts Fest at Blue Hole April 12-13!
Back for the sixth year, and the second at beautiful Blue Hole Regional Park, the Wimberley Valley Art League is proud to present the Wimberley Arts Fest. Festivities kick off at 6 pm on Friday night with a free Concert in the Park sponsored by the City of Wimberley and featuring the Coby Bryant Band. Read More
Mardi Gras is Coming Back to Wimberley
Have you been to Mardi Gras in New Orleans? Always wanted to go? We’ve got the next best thing for your Mardi Gras enjoyment right here in Wimberley on Saturday. March 1st. Come eat cake and be the lucky person who finds the baby and become our King or Queen. Listen to great music by Zydeco and Slim Bawb. Read More
Wimberley Lions Market Days
The first Saturday of each month, from March through December, brings thousands of treasure seekers and shopalcoholics to the little village of Wimberley, Texas. Although Wimberley is always a popular getaway with all the shopping, dining and bed and breakfast choices, Wimberley Market Days, the oldest and largest outdoor market in the Hill Country, hosts more than 475+ vendors and welcomes thousands of shoppers. What started out in 1964 as a market on the Wimberley Square, with local vendors ... Read More
Wimberley Lions Market Days
The first Saturday of each month, from March through December, brings thousands of treasure seekers and shopalcoholics to the little village of Wimberley, Texas. Although Wimberley is always a popular getaway with all the shopping, dining and bed and breakfast choices, Wimberley Market Days, the oldest and largest outdoor market in the Hill Country, hosts more than 475+ vendors and welcomes thousands of shoppers. What started out in 1964 as a market on the Wimberley Square, with local vendors ... Read More
Beautiful Views From Atop Local Old Baldy
Wimberley is surrounded by hills. They all look alike when you’re whizzing by on one of the main roads, but one hill is worth your attention and sweat: Old Baldy. After all, how many other small mountains do you know that have steps all the way to the top—a summit where a few decades ago people used to dance the night away? Read More
Celebrate Independence Day in Wimberley
No Hill Country village celebrates Independence Day like Wimberley does. Not nobody, not no how, because Wimberley does it over four days. Wimberley has a patriotic jubilee of music, fun, and fireworks. It has a festival for children. It has a parade. It has a three-day rodeo. You can even learn about how wool goes from an animal to your sweater. Why is Wimberley so special? “Everybody here donates their time and invests in the community,” says John Palumbo, Jr., co-director of the Wimbe ... Read More
Cypress Creek Crawfish Boil
So where else will you find great food, a day and evening full of live music, arts and crafts, kids’ games, and a chance to give back to those who have given so much? Wimberley’s annual Crawfish Boil, that’s where. Sure, the festival celebrates those miniature lobsters, those freshwater crustaceans, and you’ll have plenty of opportunity to munch on as many mudbugs as you’d like. Read More
May Wimberley Events
By Allan C. Kimball You can count on it: Wimberley always has something going on. The most unusual event for the whole year happens in May at the Duck Race. Yes, a duck race and not just with any old common ducks. These racers are little yellow rubber duckies. Hundreds of them race down Cypress Creek, herded along by members of the Wimberley Emergency Medical Service. “This is the 19th year for the Duck Race,” says EMS Director Ken Strange. Read More
Dirk Bauer - Cypress Creek Instruments
Dirk Bauer looks like a guy who likes to make things by hand and the wooden porch swing he’s crafting in his workshop seems natural. But the delicate frame of the beginnings of a violin, lying next to the porch swing, seem a little out of place for the big guy. But Dirk loves cutting wood into extremely thin strips about two millimeters thick and bending them over heated pipes to get the shape he’s looking for because he’s a luthier. Dirk handcrafts violins, dulcimers, mandolins, guitar ... 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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