Cabernet Grill Texas Wine Country Restaurant, 2805 S. State Hwy 16 in Fredericksburg, will be closed for vacation beginning Sunday, January 23 through Monday, January 31, opening for business on Tuesday, February 1.
42 Texas Hill Country wineries participate with free tastings and discounts.
This year, your ticket will include a FULL tasting at each member winery. Tastings will be limited to four a day and you will receive a passport tasting book to help track where you’ve been. Tickets also include the 15% discount on 3 bottle purchases at each winery. Ticket quantities are limited and must be purchased online.
$35 per person or $60 per couple.
A full day of Blues of every kind featuring performances by Van Wilks, Malford Milligan, Paula Nelson, Texas Tornados, Nicholas David (from The Voice), Garrett LeBeau and more! The Feedlot will be open for casual fare. All ages welcome, but only the first 400 people will be allowed into the Dance Hall.
2 to 10 pm. $25 per person. Tickets available online.
Every Thursday from 6:30 to 8 pm and learn the sport of archery at LBJ State Park Baseball Field on Highway 290 East. Bows and arrows will be supplied. Great fun for all ages. Please call 830/644-2252 for more information. Free, but donations are welcome
Experience tasting the Hill Country’s best chili and barbeque recipes! From 10 am to 8 pm on Marktplatz.
For more information please visit www.hillcountrybuilders.org or call (830) 895-5424.
Organizers of the Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair have announced the cancellation of this year’s event, which was scheduled in September. Look for news of reorganization and the fair’s return in 2012.
If you have reservations for the weekend of September 23-24 for the Energy Roundup and wish to cancel, call our office as soon as possible.
Consider yourself a movie buff – up on all the latest? Ever attend a film festival like Sundance or the event held in Cannes, France? Now you can be a part of the film festival action by attending the second annual Hill Country Film Festival – a tribute to independent filmmaking, Thursday, April 28 through Saturday, April 30 at the Stagecoach Theater in Fredericksburg. On the Saturday of the festival, event organizers will host the Texas Film Roundup to provide the public with free digitization converting Texas-related home movies to DVD – just be willing to leave an extra copy with the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, co-hosts of this mini event.
Book now to get a room!
Hey kids – come to Wildseed Farm and be a Butterfly Tagging Assistant! Enjoy butterfly tagging demonstrations, butterfly gardens and learn about the amazing story of the Monarch’s incredible journey. A fun and educational family activity. Free to the public – no reservations necessary. There will be tagged monarch releases at 11:30 am and 3 pm.
9:30 am to 3 pm. Free. Call (830) 990-1393 for details.
Luckenbach, Texas celebrates Texas Independence. Official Texas Flag retirement ceremony with Texas Rangers. Starting at noon, Brian Burns and Doug Moreland entertain and present history through music. The Texas Star Trail Ride comes through town around 3 to 4 pm – it’s a sight to behold. Then to end the day, Dusty Britches and The Rhythm Ranch Hands will be in the dancehall at 8 pm and there is no cover charge. For more information, call (830) 997-3224 or (888) 311-8990.
Known as “The Country Supergroup”, the Highwaymen made an incredible impact on music not only as individuals but as a combined force as well. Join us as we host this tribute to Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash. Tickets available by phone or online.
Showtime is 7:30 pm. $37-$47 per person. 109 North Llano. 830-997-7625