The Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm is hosting games and activities to celebrate LBJ’s birthday. Enjoy a slice of birthday cake at the state park’s visitor center, then attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Johnson family cemetery to close the event. President LBJ grew up in Stonewall across the river from the state park and historic site.
By building massive intricate sandcastle art, over 50 teams vie for the Gold Bucket Award at this year’s American Institute of Architects Sandcastle Competition in Galveston.
Four hundred women anglers bring their fishing talents to Port Aransas for the annual Texas Women Anglers Tournament, and you won’t want to miss this year’s women-only competition.
Learn nearly everything there is to know about Texas’ hummingbird population at the annual Davis Mountains Hummingbird Celebration.
Nine days of fun await you and your family at the North Texas Fair and Rodeo in Denton.
Mixed-media artist Justin Favela explores the Latinx experience in the United States through his “All You Can Eat” exhibit, which features huge recreations of Tex-Mex dishes as piñatas.
It’s the 60th anniversary of the opening of Motown Records, and Austin’s LBJ Presidential Library is celebrating with a musical new exhibit called “Motown: the Sound of Young America.”
As a kid, you probably created your fair share of impressive Lego masterpieces, but the displays at the Art of the Brick Exhibit are a step above the rest.