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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10th Annual Christmas on Mercer Street

Dripping Springs Christmas Festival

A cherished Dripping Springs holiday tradition is upon us and what better way to kick off the Christmas season! Now in its 10th year, Christmas on Mercer Street returns to downtown Dripping Springs, bringing friends and families together for an old-fashioned celebration....

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Hensley to Give Hands On Demo for Art Guild

The Llano Fine Arts Guild is honored to have Jean Smith Hensley back again to present a "hands on" demonstration of Zentangle. It is easy-to-learn, relaxing, and a fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. The demo will be at the Art Studio located at 503 Bessemer Avenue (just north of the Inks Bridge) on November 3rd at 10:00 a.m. She has asked that students bring marker

The Best Wurst Time in Texas!

New Braunfels Pays Homage to German Roots

For more than 50 years, New Braunfels has been celebrating all things sausage, ever since Mayor Ed Grist conceived an idea to boost the local economy. The first year Wurstfest was held, in 1961, around 2,000 people attended. Within five years, the festival had grown from a one day event to a 10-day event drawing more than 35,000 people to the popular event....

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35th Annual Kerr County Fair

Pigs Race for Cookies During 3 Days of Family Fun

The fun and excitement of a carnival midway joins a stock show, barbecue and bean cook-offs and bull-riding at the 35th Annual Kerr County Fair in Kerrville on October 24-26. Add a petting zoo, mutton busting, stick horse races, nightly dances and vendors galore, and you'll find something to interest everyone in the family. And have you seen Swifty Swine, the cute little pigs that race and swim?...

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Boerne's Annual Harvest Moon Celebration Heralds Old World Celtic Origins

Hear ye! Hear ye! Come one, come all, to the Annual Harvest Moon Celebration in Boerne (BURHN nee). Held every year on the last Saturday in October, the event follows the ancient Celtic tradition, Samhain (SAH win), by some accounts the origin of Halloween, when the summer harvests were celebrated with festivals of food, drink, music and other entertainment. Boerne's Celtic-themed festival offers...

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