Crawfish Craze, Spring Daze

26th Annual Llano Crawfish Open Set for April 17-18

As everyone has heard, everything is bigger in Texas, and that includes celebrations. While there are many to choose from, and all offer a great time, there are none quite like the Crawfish Festival held annually in the little 'double L' town of Llano. Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, Llano has been hosting one of the biggest, funnest (yeah, I said it) events for the last 26 years....

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Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park to Offer Spring Break Programming March 7-15

Stonewall, Texas – Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park has announced that park staff will present additional new programming to visitors at the LBJ Ranch from Saturday, March 7 through Sunday, March 15. Spring Break at the LBJ Ranch 2015 will offer park visitors many opportunities to further explore and discover the park's historic resources and delve deeper into the story of the 36th...

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Hill Country Science Mill

To Open Valentines Day

The new Hill Country Science Mill (HCSM) promises to introduce students to careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields using interactive, engaging exhibits and programs. The 14,000 square foot space features 35+ exhibits, sourced globally and many of which are unique to the HCSM. Bonnie Baskin, PhD and the museum's Founder and Chair of the Board, has designed a place where

Uptown Blanco

Pam Jernigan had no idea she had any creative talent until she stepped into the Textile Studio at Uptown Blanco, a dining and cultural arts complex on the Blanco square....

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Historic Fun Awaits in Gruene

First thing you need to know about Gruene is how to pronounce it: Green. The second thing you need to know about Gruene is that it's fun....

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Dig for Your Very Own Texas Topaz!

Topaz is not commercially mined in Texas as it is in many countries. You could buy a crystal, but where's the fun in that? Wouldn't it be more adventurous to dig for your very own Texas topaz in the hills of Mason county?...

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