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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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October 25, 2012 Events
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October 4, 2012; October 11, 2012; October 18, 2012; October 25, 2012
6pm-8:30pm. Uptown Blanco Art Center, 317 Main St. In this class you will become familiar with making unique, one of a kind prints using water based, non-toxic monotype inks and printing paper. No experience is necessary. Colors, textures, compositions and technique instruction will prepare you for hands on printing. You will walk away with four to six monoprints per session. The last day will focus on framing and presentation. The rest is up to your imagination! (more)
Fees/Admission $70 plus materials.
Contacts 830-833-1579.
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October 25, 2012
6pm-8pm. 204 San Antonio St. 10th annual. A safe alternative for trick-or-treating. Local businesses provide free treats to children, with games and stories at the Buda Library.
Fees/Admission Free.
Contacts 512-295-7170.
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October 11-28, 2012
1300 Bulverde Rd. S.T.A.G.E., Inc. presents a comedy by Burton Bumbarner, directed by Julia Cammack. Howard Weems, a successful romance author, suffers from a bad case of writer’s block, compounded by interruptions from a host of zany visitors.
Fees/Admission Call for times and tickets.
Contacts 830-438-2339.
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October 21-31, 2012
Medina Valley United Methodist Church, 1108 Country Lane. After school & weekends. Children's story time for groups by appointment in the mornings.
Contacts 830-931-3533.
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October 15, 2010-November 2, 2010; October 15, 2011-November 2, 2011; October 15-31, 2012
Comfort is filled with clever autumn scarecrow creations. Scarecrows mimic nursery rhymes, characters of all types. Winners have signs posted in front of their businesses or in yards of residences. Scarecrow Invasion kicks off Oct. 15, 10am-2pm, in the Downtown Historic District. Music, live scarecrows, face painting, photo ops, pumpkins, cornstalks, and more!
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Thursdays
7pm. Rockbox Theater, 109 N. Llano. More “Funtabulous” entertainment than ever before.
Fees/Admission Kids under 18 are free with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Contacts 830-997-7625.
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Thursdays
4pm-7pm. Kinderall, W. Austin and N. Crockett. Live music, prepared foods at the Market Cafe and more.
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Thursdays
7pm. The Badu House, 601 Bessemer Ave. Mike Blakely & WC Jameson. Featuring a special guest each week.
Contacts 325-247-2238.
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Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
10am-5pm, Thursday through Saturday. 905 Third St. Group tours available by appointment.
Contacts 830-798-2157.
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October 25, 2012
Businesses offer sales and other promotions thoughout the day.
Contacts 830-693-2815.
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Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
6pm-9pm. Reopens upon the return of the bats.
Contacts 325-347-5970. 512-263-8878.
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October 1-30, 2012
10am-4pm. Love Creek Orchards. The Pumpkin Patch offers live entertainment, scarecrow building, hay maze, pumpkin painting, and more. Open every Saturday, Sunday & Monday in October (open for school tours during the week).
Contacts 800-449-0882.
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October 25-26, 2012
8pm-10pm. 360 Aquatic Circle. Visit the Landa Haunted Haus and experience chills that tickle your funny bone and make your hair stand on end. Guests will travel through a maze of mysteries and tricks and leave with a treat!
Fees/Admission $5/person. All ages.
Contacts 830-221-4370.
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Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
5pm-8:30pm. VFW Post 8800, 7755 FM 2673. Wed. Fiesta Night. Drinks, karaoke, shuffleboard. Bingo every Thur. Kitchen opens at 6pm, cards go on sale at 6:30pm. Burger night every Fri. Smoke-free.
Contacts 830-899-7774.
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October 5-27, 2012
Friday & Saturday nights, 8pm-10pm. Presented by The EmilyAnn Theatre, 1101 FM 2325. Featuring some of the finest local and Austin classical actors, this show is sure to be a wonderful Halloween treat for everyone. Set in the mobster 1920s, the smoky, flapper atmosphere will entice all audiences, no matter how familiar with Shakespeare. The production features award-winning actors Aaron Alexander as Macbeth and Bridget Farias as Lady Macbeth. The show is directed by Jeff Hinkle, award-winning director from City Theatre, Austin.
Fees/Admission Adults $15, Students $10, Groups of 10 or more $12.
Contacts 512-847-6969.
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Thursdays
6:30pm-9pm. Linda's Fine Foods, 500 FM 2325. Paula Held, an Austin-based songwriter performs, and showcases a variety of local and Austin-based musicians during the break. Local musicians frequently drop by to sit in.
Fees/Admission No cover.
Contacts 512-847-5464.
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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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