In This Issue — Kroc Center's Aquatic Center in Kerrville, Blanco Lavender Festival, Johnson City, 11th Street Cowboy Bar in Bandera, Kerrville Folk Festival, and more.
Cover Photo — Photo courtesy Kroc Center.
Making a Big Splash in the Hill Country
Located in the heart of the Hill Country, the Kroc Center in Kerrville offers an oasis for families in and around the area.
Situated on 16 acres, the Kroc Center opened just a few months ago as a gathering place for families to meet, recreate, and grow together as a community.
The center is 48,000 square feet of fun, including a state-of-the-art gymnasium that can accommodate basketball, volleyball, soccer, and more year round. Read More
Kerrville Folk Festival Celebrates 40 Years
A family oriented event held each year on the Quiet Valley Ranch, the Kerrville Folk Festival takes place just 9 miles south of the resort town of Kerrville in the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Founded by Rod Kennedy, the Festival has run annually since 1972. For 18 straight days and nights each May and June, 20,000 - 25,000 guests come from all over the world to enjoy music of many styles, including folk, bluegrass, acoustic rock, blues, country, jazz, and Americana. Read More
Kerrville To Be Focus of Art & Culture Aficionados
Throngs of Art and Music Lovers will converge on the Kerrville area Memorial Day Weekend Kerrville as visitors will be drawn to an extraordinary variety of art shows and festivals.
One event that’s gained a national reputation as one of the state’s premier art shows is the 8th Annual Texas Masters of Fine Art and Craft Invitational Exhibition, which will be held Friday, May 27, through Sunday, May 29. Read More
Texas Masters of Fine Art & Craft Invitational Exhibition Returns to the Y.O. Ranch Resort Hotel
In 2004, a small group of 11 Texas artists with a long, collective history of exhibiting in the Hill Country launched the first Texas Masters of Fine Art and Craft Invitational Exhibition at the historic Y.O. Ranch Resort Hotel in Kerrville. Most of the exhibitors in that first show had previously won awards at the Texas Arts and Crafts Fair, as well as other juried art fairs around the state. Read More
Ann’s Attic – A Family Affair
Just west of San Antonio, on Hwy 90, in the old Texas town of Hondo, is a family with almost as much inventory as personality.
Ann’s Attic, run by four generations of women, was started seven years ago when unconventional truck driver Ann McDuffie, now 76, was inspecting a fiber optics pipeline in New Mexico. Read More
Bargains With Benefits
Chances are ReRuns is the only place where you can find a full-sized tin bath tub, Abercrombie t-shirts, antique cameras, and an awesome Easter gift selection. With whimsical metal yard art, original oils, fashion jewelry and handbags, furniture, books, home décor, and lots and lots of house wares, you’ll want to make a good chunk of time available to check out the extensive merchandise in ReRuns 10,000 square foot store.
Clothing for kids, men, and women fly off the racks at ReRuns, where m ... Read More