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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Queen Bee: Queen of Everything

Queen Bee owner Mary Van Ostrand with Tinker, the shop dog.

Wimberley’s Queen Bee has something for everyone....

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Kettles on Display at County Library

Because I was born in England, it only makes sense that I would love kettles and teapots. The surprise is that I don’t like tea! Perhaps I was born in England by mistake. But although I don’t care for tea, I am quite taken with tea kettles. I love kettles fashioned from brass and copper, pewter, nickel, and iron. I am fascinated by the craftsmanship that goes into making a kettle. I love the...

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New Exhibit Moving Into Museum

Beginning January 22, 2016, the Llano County Historical Museum, along with sponsorship by Llano National Bank, will present “Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy”, a traveling exhibition created by the Witliff Collections at the Alkek Library, Texas State University-San Marcos. This exhibit is presented in partnership with Humanities Texas, the state affiliate for the National Endowment for the

Two New Artists Added to Line-up

2016 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Entertainment

Two (2) new artists have been added to the 2016 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Entertainment Line-up.  Randy Houser-Thursday, February 18 and Chris Young-Saturday, February 20) will join the list of award winning artists performing at the nationally recognized San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, held February 11 – 28, 2016 at the AT&T Center/Freeman Coliseum Grounds....

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Western Trappings Exhibit Begins

Western Trappings opened Friday, September 18, The show runs through November.

“Kintsugi,” Cheryl Quallenberg said. “It’s a Japanese philosophy and repair technique. Kintsugi means if you repair something that’s broken it’s better than it was before. It adds to the beauty of life.” It’s also more valuable because you repair it with gold.We were standing next to a sculpture of mesquite wood that looked like abstract art. Actually it was the way the tree grew and local artist

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2016 Llano County Stockshow

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