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The San Antonio Boat Show will cruise into the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center January 4-7, 2018. The location is new, but the selection and pricing will be the same that has drawn thousands to this event for 15 years. Featuring walls of windows with downtown views, the recently transformed venue will provide an enhanced visual experience while the location gives boat lovers the perfect opportunity to make the most of their time in downtown San Antonio. “The Center’s recent update ...
With Texas’ winters being relatively mild, folks might not expect to find an outdoor ice skating rink in the middle of downtown Fredericksburg. But, that’s exactly what will happen when “Eisbahn” returns to Marketplatz (the downtown square) from Nov. 24-Jan. 7. Cooling coils laid out on the Kinderhalle pavilion floor are what make possible the improbable -- a slick ice skating rink in the middle of an often sunny Texas winter. Opened the day after Thanksgiving, Eisbahn will run ...
Make sure to put the charming little town of Llano, Texas, on your Christmas Hill Country list of places to visit this season. Driving across the Roy Inks Bridge, and looking across the Llano River you will see the most beautiful Lighted Christmas Park in Texas. Starry Starry Nights Christmas Park will be open every evening until New Year’s Eve from 6-9pm.
In the heart of the Texas Hill Country River Region lies the secluded oasis of Concan. Known for it’s rolling hills, Cypress trees (some of the largest in Texas) and the summertime draw of the region’s three crystal-clear rivers, visitors will be delighted to find the magic that awaits them on December 2.  Get moving early in the morning at the Frio River Run and Golf Tournament where you can try your hand at a round of golf on the 72-par championship course or run a 5K, 10K or half ...
Weihnachtsmarkt Texas Style December 8, 9, &10, 2017 Fri 6pm – 10pm * Sat 10 am – 10 pm * Sun 10 am – 6 pm Tomball, Texas, Old Town near the historical Train Depot, 201 S. Elm Free Admission, Parking, and Shuttle – Shuttle parking is in the east lot of Tomball Regional Hospital with shuttles running continuously on Saturday & Sunday. Herzlich Willkommen!
Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River
The cooler weather of fall and winter doesn’t just mean the leaves have started to change colors; there are still plenty of things to do here. In the fall, the brilliantl reds, golds and orange colors inspire the artist in everyone with a palette of colors that even the Catskills, the Great Smoky Mountains, and the Ozarks would envy.
The 2017 Texas Mesquite Arts Festival returns to Fredericksburg, Texas, on October 13, 14 and 15. Juried artists from around Texas and beyond will gather in Fredericksburg’s Marktplatz for a three-day celebration of the exquisite and attractive mesquite. The festival, like mesquite wood itself, has come a long way since the first event in 1992.
Love the Fall Season? Nobody celebrates fall better than Love Creek Orchards, home of the Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch. Love Creek Orchards; pioneers of the Texas Apple industry will be hosting the Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch for 24th year beginning October 7th. . The event will be open to the public every Saturday, Sunday and Monday in October and open for school tours each Thursday and Friday. “We want children to experience a day on the farm and have fun, says owner Bryan Hutz ...
The 4th Annual Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival is back, October 20 – October 22nd The Festival will have over 60 FREE elite songwriter showcases featuring over 45 songwriters from all over the US and internationally. They will be telling the story behind and performing their original songs in 6 intimate venues in the Historic District of downtown Dripping Springs.
Historic Building Materials began in 2013, due to an addiction. Whether or not that addiction is bad, depends entirely upon who you ask! After erecting a circa 1850 Wisconsin barn on his ranch, Jim Cauthen decided one barn wasn’t nearly enough to satisfy his love for reclaimed wood. He soon talked his life-long friend, Gary Lamb, into partnering on a business venture that would later become Historic Building Materials.