HCCT rings up suspense with “Dial ‘M’ for Murder”

Cottonwood Shores/Horseshoe Bay/Marble Falls, TX - The Hill Country Community Theatre continues its 30th season February 18 through March 6 when it presents the classic suspense-filled thriller, “Dial ‘M’ for Murder” by Frederick Knott.    Tony Wendice, a former professional tennis player, has grown accustomed to the lavish lifestyle made possible by his heiress wife, Margot.  Convinced Margot...

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Bandera Library Celebrates 14th Annual WILD HOG EXPLOSION

Yeah, Bandera is sort of different when it comes to events.  For such a small town, there is an event almost every moth of the year and they are always different and exceptionally exciting!  So, if you have not been to the Annual Wild Hog Explosion, well, get ready!   It’s squeals and spills at the 14th annual Wild Hog Explosion and All Bike Rally! Scheduled for the last Saturday of Spring Break...

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Texas Night Sky Festival – Coming March 5th A Star-Studded Event for the Whole Family

As light pollution continues to increase from rapidly growing urban sprawl, the sparkling starlit night skies of Texas have dulled for many across the state.  Instead of allowing our magnificent star-filled nights to fade into a cherished memory, there is a statewide effort to limit excessive artificial lighting and restore the brilliance of the glittering night time sky....

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Buggy Barn Museum Presents

An Educational Opportunity to Step Back in Time

Buggy Barn Museum is family owned and operated and located in the beautiful Hill Country of Blanco. Buggy Barn Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing a unique educational opportunity to step back in time to the late 1800s and early 1900s and view the carriages, wagons and buggies that played such a significant role in the country's history, development, and...

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Comfort Village Fall Antiques Show October 17 & 18

We have been asked why our Hill Country Antiques Shows are so popular and there are many answers to that question. First answer is that our dealers make the difference. They arrive with smiles and knowledge, both of which they share with the collectors coming to the show. The hospitality of the neighbors and businesses in Comfort welcome them and the true country setting is a treat from the

Annual Barbecue on the Pedernales at LBJ Ranch Oct. 24

Featuring Recording Artis Chris Cagle

Put on your dancing boots and head over to the LBJ Ranch on Saturday, October 24, for the annual "Barbecue on the Pedernales." Co-hosted by the National Park Service and Friends of Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, this event continues a Johnson family tradition of Texas hospitality at the LBJ Ranch. Country music recording artist Chris Cagle will headline the night's entertainment and