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February 2011 Hill Country Current
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In This Issue — Events and more for February 2011. The month known for love and Mardi Gras. Find out what's planned at Uptown Blanco for the special event.
Cover Photo — Nathan Stevens is executive chef at Uptown Blanco Restaurant, part of an arts & entertainment center with courtyard, ballroom, theater, and art center. Read about Uptown Blanco Arts & Entertainment and what’s planned for Mardi Gras.
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Mardi Gras in the Courtyard
Bringing a little New Orleans style flair to Blanco this Mardi Gras, Uptown Blanco Arts & Entertainment is hosting a fabulous party in their Courtyard. There will be magicians, fortunetellers, face painting, great Creole food and music by the Austin Cajun Aces it promises to be spectacular. The Mardi Gras party will begin at 6 pm, and the celebration will last until 10:30 pm. Read More
Tejas Outdoors Can Make Your Outdoor Dream Come True
There’s nothing better than stepping out of your backdoor and into a professionally designed, professionally installed outdoor Oasis. If you dream of having your backyard become an extension of your living space, that’s where Tejas Outdoors can help. Located just south of Marble Falls on Highway 281, their store and design center is not only a place where you can shop for products such as grills, fire pits, arbors, decks, and outdoor lighting, you can also take a walk through their patio v ... Read More
“Art, Wine and Chocolates”
What could be more alluring than fabulous fine art, excellent wines and delectable chocolates? Boerne’s 2nd Saturday Art and Wine, February 12, 2011 will treat you and your valentine to an unforgetable evening. Discover why a recent issue of Cowboys and Indians Magazine says: “This Hill Country town plays host to a blossoming Art Movement.” Attend this free monthly event from 4:00 to 8:00 pm to find out why people all over the country are making this their Hill Country Art Destination. Read More
Wildflower Days in Johnson City
Celebrate the beauty of the Texas Hill Country by taking a drive on the wild side, experiencing the natural beauty along the Hill Country Wildflower Trail. Start and end your wildflower journey in Johnson City -- the heartland of the Texas Hill Country -- for our Annual Wildflower Season, celebrating wildflowers throughout the month of April. Read More
Mardi Gras in the Cowboy Capital
Once again, the 11th Street Cowboy Bar is bringing the dancinest, liveliest Mardi Gras celebration to the Texas Hill Country. Located in downtown Bandera, the 11th Street Cowboy Bar has an unassuming storefront that doesn’t appear to be much more than a little local hangout. Step inside and around back, and you will find the largest outdoor dance floor in Texas! Read More
Favorites for All Walks of Life at Shade Tree in Spring Branch
Located just off Hwy 281 in Spring Branch, between Bulverde and Blanco, the Shade Tree Saloon and Grill is busy becoming the number one destination in the Hill Country. A gathering place for people from all walks of life, from tourists to locals, bikers to families, the Shade Tree offers a respite from everyday life; a place to sit back and relax. Serving lunch daily, the Shade Tree offers classic favorites such as hamburgers, Po Boys, Philly Cheese Steak, appetizers and even salads. The Shade ... Read More
Fredericksburg Theater Company Presents its Winter Musical
The Fredericksburg Theater Company is excited to announce their upcoming production of the family musical, “Little Women: The Musical”. With “Little Women”, take a journey back nearly 150 years and meet the beloved characters of Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, growing up in post-Civil War America. Based on the 1869 classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women was originally introduced on Broadway in 2005, with a book by Allan Knee, music by Jason Howland and lyrics by Mindi Dickstein. The be ... Read More
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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