Enjoy music every night during this annual Spring Music Fest at The Auslander Restaurant, 323 E. Main. Please call 830/997-7714 for more information.
From the coast to the badlands, suburbia to hay fields splayed open to the sky with all those long, winding roads between . . . come home to Texas this Texas Independence Day with RS Hanna Gallery, 208 S. Llano, a jewel box of “artists’ artists” located just a few steps off the beaten path in historic Fredericksburg. Opening reception from 6 to 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg. Call 830-307-3071 for more information.
Larry Jackson Fine Arts & Antiques, 209 south Lincoln, are proud to introduce Fredericksburg photographer Gracie Jones. Specializing in photography, Gracie used her talents to capture the beauty of the people she met working with children in Northern Uganda. Join them for Gracie’s opening show along with a variety of newly acquired investment paintings by well known artists such as Peter Hohnstedt, Porforio Salinas, Travis Keese and Grant MacDonald. Enjoy wines from Grape Creek and meet Gracie at their artist reception from 5:30 to 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg. Call 830-997-0073 for details.
InSight Gallery, 214 W. Main, is proud to host our sixth annual Texas Masters show featuring new works by the finest Texas artists living and working today, each with their own unique voice but collectively as diverse as the State of Texas. This year we will have a Texas-sized celebration with Garrison Brothers Bourbon on site to share their latest Texas whiskeys. Wild game, margaritas and heavy hors d’oeuvres will round out the Hill Country fare. Opening reception from 6 to 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg on March 7. Call 830-997-9920.
During Spring Break, experience the sights, sounds and taste of the front lines with this fully functioning WWII Field Kitchen at the National Museum of the Pacific War’s Pacific Combat Zone, 500 E. Austin Street. Byron “Cooky” Vinyard from the Tri-State Living History Association has spent the last 10 years putting this kitchen together. He has traveled all over the country providing meals for veterans on special days and educating the public on the history of World War II. Call (830) 997-8600 ext. 205 for more details.
An imaginative mixed media artist, Casey Craig will offer Artisans gallery guests the opportunity to enjoy her latest array of paintings ranging in color from subtle to vibrant at 234 W. Main. Opening reception from 5 to 8 pm on March 7 during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg. Artist demonstrations to be held on Saturday, March 8. Call 830-990-8160 for more information.
A hapless florist, a blood-thirsty plant, a Greek chorus of doo-wop singers and the search for fame, fortune and love create an innocent-looking “Little Shop of Horrors” – and a riotously funny musical by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman that will make you scream . . . with laughter. At the Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1668 S. US Hwy 87. Tickets available online or at 830-997-3588.
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2 pm.
Inaugural program featuring an intro to trail running with an interpretive ranger. Learn about trail etiquette, the history, geology, flora and fauna of the Rock. Beginners encouraged and welcomed – no one will be left behind. Please bring water and a snack.
Enchanted Rock is 18 miles north on RR 965. Call 830-685-3030 for details.
Join Austin’s period-instrument orchestra and chorus as they present the timeless music of Joseph Haydn, including his Symphony no. 30 (“Alleluja”), the Missa Sancti Nicolai and the charming Organ Concerto in D major – all using replicas of Classic-era instruments. At the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 306 West San Antonio.
4 to 6 pm. Donations gratefully accepted. Call 512-912-6827 for more information.
Members of the Fredericksburg Art Guild, 308 E. Austin, reflect on their pride in our State. Opening reception from 4 to 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg. Call 830-997-4949 for details.