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Upcoming Events in The Hill Country

Kerrville

Texas Masters of Fine Art and Craft

May 17-29

Y.O. Ranch Hotel and Conference Center, 2033 Sidney Baker St.

An exhibition of some of the finest professional artists and craftspeople from around the state, the Texas Masters is now in its 19th year and has established a reputation as a prestigious sale in a beautiful venue, produced and managed by the artists.

texasmasters.com

Fredericksburg

Trade Days

May 20-22

Sunday Farms across from Wildseed Farms, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, clothing, jewelry, food, and other items; plus, there's a biergarten and live music.

fbgtradedays.com

Hill Country Antique Tractor and Engine Club Show

May 21

Gillespie County Fairgrounds, 530 Fair Drive

This annual tractor show features old tractors and farm machinery—some of it restored to operate and look as good as it did decades ago—along with antique gasoline and steam engines manufactured as far back as 1900. Exhibits and demonstrations are featured throughout the day.

rustyiron.org

New Braunfels

KNBT Americana Music Jam at Gruene Hall

May 22

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

Co-sponsored by Gruene Hall and KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels, this annual celebration spotlights Americana music from exceptional artists of the genre. Each year's event benefits a local charity.

gruenehall.com

Austin

Hot Luck Festival

May 26-29

Downtown Austin

Honor the soul, sweat, and DIY diversity of the food and music world. Hot Luck is an eat-with-your-fingers picnic and party experience that highlights open-pit feats of culinary know-how and music in your ears that is as thoughtfully created as the food on your plate. Come hungry, thirsty, and bring your dancin' boots.

hotluckfest.com

Kerrville

Kerrville Folk Festival

May 26-June 12

Quiet Valley Ranch, 3876 Medina Highway

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Kerrville Folk Festival is the longest continuously running music festival in the United States. The fest features 18 days and nights of music by songwriters of national and international acclaim and has activities for all ages with a focus on nurturing and developing artistic expression, especially the art of songwriting, in a loving family-friendly environment.

kerrvillefolkfestival.org

Southwest Gourd Fine Art Show

May 26-July 9

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St.

The nation's finest gourd artists compete in a variety of categories at this annual show.

kacckerrville.com

Hutto

Sunset Block Party

May 27

Fritz Park, 306 E. Live Oak St.

The city of Hutto is excited to welcome the annual Sunset Block Party. This free, family-friendly event includes live music, artisan and craft vendors, and a remembrance ceremony to all who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

facebook.com/downtownhutto

Fredericksburg

Crawfish Festival

May 27-29

Marktplatz, 100 block of West Main Street

Enjoy great Cajun food, live music, and a kid’s carnival. The event is sponsored by the Fredericksburg Jaycees.

fbgjaycees.com

Bandera

Memorial Day Weekend Stampede Parade and Rodeos

May 27-29

Mansfield Park, 2886 SH 16 N.

Bandera ProRodeo presents three nights of PRCA-sanctioned rodeos with bull riding, team roping, bareback riding, and other competitions. The annual Stampede Weekend Parade takes place on Main Street on May 28.

banderaprorodeo.org

Hunt

Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall Opening Night

May 28

Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall, 2310 SH 39

For more than 90 years, Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall has been a entertainment spot along the banks of the Guadalupe River each summer, with rodeos, live music, and dancing, open from May to September.

cridersrandd.com

Bandera

Stampede Weekend Arts and Crafts Show

May 28-29

Bandera Courthouse Squarre, 500 Main St.

As part of the Memorial Day Weekend Stampede Parade and Rodeos, Bandera presents the Arts and Crafts Show on the courthouse lawn. Come out early to shop before it's all gone.

banderatex.com

Brownwood

Brown County Fair and Rodeo

May 29-June 5

Brown County Fairgrounds, 4206 SH 377 South

Enjoy mutton busting, the Wagner Carnival, and, of course, the Brown County Rodeo, as well as Market and Trade Days.

browncountyfairandrodeo.com

Austin

CapTex Triathlon

May 30

Lady Bird Lake, Downtown Austin, 1200 W. Cesar Chavez St.

All levels of athletes from top-ranked professionals to first-time triathletes compete in this triathlon, which includes the USA Paratriathlon National Championship. The race begins with a swim in Lady Bird Lake with beautiful views of the downtown Austin skyline. The bike course takes athletes right to the heart of downtown Austin and directly into the Texas capitol. The race concludes with a run through Butler Park and the Palmer Events Center before the rousing finish and post-race party at Vic Mathias Shores (Auditorium Shores).

captextri.com

Kerrville

"Heaven's Declare: Artwork of the Sky"

June 1-July 9

Museum of Western Art, 1553 Bandera Highway

Debuting at the Museum of Western Art, this spellbinding exhibit features 11 nationally known artists who present their views of the heavens, cloud formations, and spectacular skies. 

museumofwesternart.com

Ingram

Texas Watercolor Society Exhibit

June 1-30

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

Since 1949, the Texas Watercolor Society has exhibited and promoted some of the best artists working in the unique and vibrant medium of watercolor. This is the organization's 73rd annual national show.

hcaf.com

Austin

ATX Television Festival

June 2-5

Various locations, Downtown Austin

As the first festival devoted to television's history and future, the ATX Television Festival functions like a traditional film festival with showings of new series, current hits, and cult favorites. The festival also offers access to the industry's leading professionals with cast and creator Q&As and panels focusing on innovation in both production and content delivery.

atxfestival.com

Maudie's Moonlight Margarita Run

June 2

Sand Beach Park, 111 Sandra Muraida Way

Back for its 19th year, the Maudie’s Moonlight Margarita Run 5K fun run brings two of Austin’s favorite things together—running and margaritas. At the end of the race, celebrate with a Tex-Mex finish-line party. In celebration of the Butler Trail’s 50th anniversary, the race features fun twists. Break out your best 1970s running gear for your race day outfit. Each dollar raised from the race ensures that the Butler Hike and Bike Trail remains one of Austin’s greatest assets for generations to come.

thetrailfoundation.org/mmr

"Beautiful World"

June 2-4

KMFA Draylen Mason Music Studio at the Hatchery, 41 Navasota St.

Ventana Ballet and Austin Camerata present this world premiere ballet. Two years in the making, the ballet features an original score by Michael Alec Rose, filled with beautifully haunting music for string quintet, and choreography by Dorothy O'Shea Overbey and AJ Garcia-Rameau. Loosely inspired by a poem by Alice Meynell, the ballet presents a vision of spiritual pluralism and cosmic dialogue, exploring psychological openness and demonstrating how a breakthrough in our mindset might happen so simply, just by allowing ourselves to recognize the gifts and blessings always in our midst.

ventanaballet.com

Fredericksburg

Hill Country Film Festival

June 2-5

Various locations

"The Best Little Film Festival in Texas" is a celebration of independent film in the Texas Hill Country. The festival screens over 85 independent films (short and feature length) as well as hosts revealing Q&As, filmmaker panel discussions, and opportunities for attendees to rub elbows with filmmakers. Locations include the Hoffman Haus and Admiral Nimitz Ballroom.

hillcountryff.com

Llano

Open Pro Rodeo

June 3-4

John L. Kuykendall Event Center and Arena, 2200 W. RR 152

The 86th annual Llano Open Pro Rodeo includes bronc bustin', bull riding, barrel racing, and team roping. The Texas Spirit Riders entertain the crowd with heart-stopping performances on horseback.

facebook.com/llanoopenprorodeo86

Brownwood

"Footloose"

June 3-5

Lyric Theatre, 318 Center Ave.

When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, he is prepared for the inevitable adjustment period at his new high school. But he’s not prepared for the rigorous local edicts, including a ban on dancing instituted by the local preacher, who is determined to exercise control over the town’s youth. When the preacher's rebellious daughter sets her sights on Ren, her roughneck boyfriend tries to sabotage Ren’s reputation, with many of the locals eager to believe the worst about the new kid. The heartfelt story that emerges pins a father longing for the son he lost against a young man aching for the father who walked out on him.

brownwoodlyrictheatre.com

Heartland Rod Run

June 3-4

Riverside Park, 320 Riverside Park Drive

For its 46th year, the Heartland Rod Run sees cars, trucks, and bikes in a show that's free to the public and free for those entering vehicles. There's also the Panty Dash and the burnout contest, sponsored by Discount Tire.

facebook.com/heartland-cruisers-181038297463

Ingram

Neil Simon's "Rumors"

June 3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-25

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

At a large, tastefully appointed Sneden’s Landing townhouse, the deputy mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of farce.

hcaf.com

Kerrville

"Pericles"

June 3-4

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Enjoy Shakespeare in the park with a production of “Pericles." Prince of Tyre leaves home to escape death only to win a jousting contest and marry a princess. Once he can return home, he sets sail with his family, but a storm separates them. Pericles returns alone, and years later, he finds his daughter and reunites with the wife he had thought was dead.

playhouse2000.com

Fredericksburg

First Friday Art Walk

June 3

Various locations

Participating fine art galleries remain open until 8 p.m., so visitors have time to stop by the various events and exhibits planned throughout the day and enjoy local refreshments. Just look for the galleries flying the Art Walk flag.

firstfridayartwalkfbg.com

Bandera

Riding on Faith Rodeo Summer Series

June 3-Aug. 5

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come out to see Riding On Faith Rodeo Summer Series every Friday starting in June until the first Friday in August. The rodeo features steer riding, bull riding, barrel racing, and mutton busting.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

New Braunfels

Friday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hall

June 3-Aug. 26

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

A Gruene Hall tradition, now in its 24th year, where hipsters, oldsters, suits, locals and drifters mix it up to start their weekend rite (pun intended). This quintessential Friday happy hour celebrates the warmer weather with great beer prices, prize giveaways, and Texas tunes broadcast live by KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels. There’s even a very special guest interview each week. Some who have stopped by for a chat have included Ray Benson, Steve Earle, Delbert McClinton, Radney Foster, Hayes Carll, and Ray Wylie Hubbard.

gruenehall.com

Austin

Pond and Garden Tour

June 4-5

Various locations

The Austin Pond Society presents this annual self-guided tour of ponds and gardens in and around the Austin area. On view are waterfalls, streams, fountains, koi, and aquatic plants at more than 20 locations. Some of these ponds and gardens are certified wildlife habitats.

austinpondsociety.org

Llano

Texas Heritage Day

June 4

Llano Courthouse Square, 801 Ford St.

Visit with Buffalo Soldiers and U.S. Cavalry as they tell the story of how they protected the Hill Country and helped settle the area. Take a real stagecoach ride around town, tour the historic Red Top Jail, historic Llano County Courthouse, and Llano County Historical Museum housed in an old drug store complete with a soda fountain. Quilters enjoy a quilt show displayed in the courthouse. Participate in and win prizes in the official adult and children’s costume contest. Enter your little one in the Children’s Parade. Children can also enjoy the games and crafts around the courthouse square. Shopping is abundant from vendors and local shops. Later in the day, celebrate Texas with the hilarious comedy “The History of Texas … in one darn easy lesson!” which is a hysterical, historical, hyperactive hayride through 500 years of Texas in 5,000 seconds by award-winning actor Damian Gillen.

facebook.com/llano-texas-heritage-day-943484922649842

Kerrville

Kerr County Market Days and Hill Country Swap Meet

June 4

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

The first Saturday of the month, Market Days features original handcrafted items from artists and crafters. The Hill Country Swap Meet is a community garage sale/flea market. 

kerrmarketdays.org

Hunt

Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall

June 4-Sept. 3

Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall, 2310 SH 39

For 95 years, Crider's Rodeo and Dancehall has been a entertainment spot along the banks of the Guadalupe River each summer, with seasonal rodeos, live music, and dancing on Saturday nights.

cridersrandd.com

Fredericksburg

Car Fest

June 4

Marktplatz, State Highway 16 and Main Street

This 17th annual open car show benefits the various charitable and fraternal activities of Masonic Lodge #794. The event offers food, beverages, a raffle, silent auction, and lots of fun for everyone.

fredericksburgcarfest.com

Stonewall

Fishing Day at LBJ State Park

June 4

Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site, 199 Park Road 52 

At this annual day of fishing, participants can come and fish along the banks of the Pedernales River. Cane poles and bait are provided along with a fishing demonstration.

tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/lyndon-b-johnson

Bandera

Cowboys On Main

June 4-Aug. 27

Main Courthouse Area, 500 Main St.

Every Saturday, see gunfights at Rattle Snake Ridge (located in the backyard of the Bandera Convention and Visitor's Bureau) and different performances and demonstrations each week starting with strolling singers, chuckwagons, trick ropers, horses, and wagon rides in front of the courthouse and other parts around town.

banderacowboycapital.com

Chuckwagon Dinner and Show

June 4-July 30

The Flying L Resort, 675 Flying L Drive

Take a wagon ride down to Ghost Town and enjoy western entertainment the Flying L way. Every Saturday starting in March till the end of July, activities include live country music and dancing, a barbecue dinner with all the fixings, beer and wine available for purchase, and western entertainment.

flyingl.com

Boerne

Abendkonzerte

June 7, 21; July 5, 9

Main Plaza, 100 N. Main St.

The Boerne Village Band, founded in 1860 by German immigrant Karl Dienger, is the oldest continuously active German band outside of the Republic of Germany. In 1991 Mayor Patrick Heath revived the old Abendkonzert tradition in Boerne with a series of summer evening band concerts on Main Plaza. The free concerts were an overnight success and continue to gain popularity with each passing year.

ci.boerne.tx.us/1104/concerts-in-the-park

Bandera

Cowboy Capital Opry

June 7

Bandera County Silver Sage, 803 Buck Creek Drive

See some Grand Ole Opry-style entertainment, hosted by Gerry and Harriet Payne, and enjoy refreshments and door prizes.

silversage.org

New Braunfels

Swing Dance Lessons

June 7-Aug. 16

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

Learn simple, fun East Coast Swing steps in this one-hour class before the Two Ton Tuesday show at Gruene Hall. This class is perfect for beginners or those wanting to polish their wraps, tunnels, turns, and spins.

gruenetexas.com

Two Ton Tuesdays

June 7-Aug. 16

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

It wouldn’t be summertime without popular rockabilly band Two Tons of Steel holding court in Gruene Hall every Tuesday evening. Grab your dancing partner and get ready for a rockin' night.

gruenetexas.com/two-ton-tuesdays.php

Austin

Cine Las Americas International Film Festival

June 8-12

Various locations, Downtown Austin

Contemporary films and videos from Latin America (North, Central, South America, and the Caribbean) and the Iberian Peninsula are showcased. Films and videos made by or about Latinxs in the U.S. or the rest of the world, as well as films and videos by or about Indigenous groups of the Americas, are invited to participate.

cinelasamericas.org

Bandera

House Concert

June 9, July 14, Aug. 11

Bandera County Silver Sage, 803 Buck Creek Drive

On the second Thursday of every month, bands perform at this event that was created to benefit the Cottages of Silver Sage and help support Songwriters of Texas.

silversage.org

Blanco

Lavender Festival

June 10-12

Old Blanco County Courthouse Square, 300 Main St.

The Lavender Capital of Texas celebrates 17 years as one of the Hill Country's premier festival venues. Artisans, food, local and regional beer and wine, live music, and lots and lots of lavender are available. The first commercial lavender farm in the state of Texas, Hill Country Lavender, is open for tours. The festival is free to attend.

blancolavenderfest.com

Taylor

Juneteenth Celebration and Bill Pickett Day

June 10-11

Fannie Mae Robinson Park, 260 Dolan St.

The Blackshear/O.L. Price Ex-Student Association hosts the celebration with a Friday meet-and-greet. Saturday there is a gospel brunch in the morning and a pageant in the afternoon, then music under the stars at night.

Llano

Llano Volunteer Fire Department Barbecue Cookoff

June 10-11

Robinson Park, 123 Robinson Park Drive

Sanctioned by Champions Barbecue Alliance, this cookoff has a $10,000 payout and has categories of chicken, pork ribs, brisket, and pork.

facebook.com/llanovfdannualbbqcookoff

Uvalde

Four Square Friday

June 10

Historic Downtown Uvalde, Getty Street

Enjoy late-night shopping, food, live music, and art.

Honey Festival

June 10-11

Downtown Plaza, Getty Street

As the Honey Capital of the World, Uvalde promotes bee conservation and celebrates its honey history with vendors, great food, shopping, and live music. Uvalde is a farming and ranching community, and pollinator education is vital to the town's economic and agricultural development.

facebook.com/uvaldehoneyfestival

Fredericksburg

Thomas Michael Riley Music Festival

June 10-11

Luckenbach Texas, 412 Luckenbach Town Loop

For the 15th year, Thomas Michael Riley hosts this music festival that features the best in Texas music by showcasing Lone Star State country artists on two stages.

luckenbachtexas.com

Austin

Jimmy Buffett in Concert

June 11

Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band perform as part of Buffett’s Life on the Flip Side Redux Tour. Local Parrot Heads (Buffett fans) won’t want to miss their chance to soak in the full Margaritaville experience. The setlist includes selections from Buffett's latest releases, "Life on the Flip Side" and "Songs You Don’t Know By Heart," and of course all of the fan favorites.

moodycenteratx.com/event/jimmy-buffett

Rupi Kaur in Concert

June 11

Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive

Through the power of her voice, renowned poet, artist, and performer Rupi Kaur brings a captivating performance to the world stage in an all-new spoken word poetry experience. Audiences are taken on a journey of personal loss and love, growth, mental health, community, friendship, and strength. These universal themes take center stage as original music scores the show and projections immerse audiences.

texasperformingarts.org

Kerrville

Cody's Car Show

June 11

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Great cars, breakfast, lunch, sweet treats, a silent auction, kids' zone, DJ, and music make this sixth annual event a fun-filled day in memory of Cody Blain Adams, who was killed by a drunk driver. All proceeds go to the Cody Blain Adams Memorial Scholarship Fund for local seniors in surrounding areas.

kerrvilletexascvb.com/events/2022/codys-car-show

Fredericksburg

Pride in the Pacific Living History Reenactment

June 11

National Museum of the Pacific War Pacific Combat Zone, 311 E. Austin St.

Hear the rattling of machine guns, feel the heat of the flamethrower, and smell the powder of rifle fire during the Pride in the Pacific event. This one-of-a-kind program features a battle reenactment complete with period vehicles and weaponry from both sides of the War in the Pacific. The event takes place a short walk from the main National Museum of the Pacific War campus.

pacificwarmuseum.org/visit/events

Bandera

Barrel Race

June 11

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come see barrel racing at Mansfield Park presented by Riding on Faith. Watch as the talented youth show you how it's done. The divisions are Open 4D and Youth 3D.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

Austin

"Cheer" Live

June 12

Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive

"Cheer" Live is a touring show featuring the stars of the Netflix hit show, "Cheer." The show is one of the top trending shows on Netflix, and is a mix of choreographed dances, cheerleading routines, storytelling, and Q&A.

moodycenteratx.com/event/cheer-live

"The Sound of Music"

June 15-July 24

ZACH Theatre, 202 S. Lamar Blvd.

The hills are alive in this intimate, heartfelt reimagining of the beloved musical classic. The Von Trapp Family come to life in a ZACH360 experience, where The Topfer theater is transformed into a lively biergarten. Maria’s sunny nature and passion for music brings joy and laughter back into the aching Von Trapp family, and melts the Captain’s icy heart.

zachtheatre.org

Cedar Park

Shenandoah in Concert

June 16

Haute Spot Venue, 1501 E. New Hope

Grammy-, Country Music Association-, and Academy of Country Music-winning hitmakers Shenandoah, fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive vocals and the band’s skilled musicianship, are celebrated for delivering such hits as “Two Dozen Roses,” “Church on Cumberland Road,” and “Next to You, Next to Me” as well as such achingly beautiful classics as “I Want to be Loved Like That” and the Grammy-winning “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” duet with Alison Krauss. Their new record "Every Road," includes collaborations with Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, and Brad Paisley.

loveandlightstream.com/hautespot/shenandoah

Stonewall

Peach JAMboree and Rodeo

June 16-18

Stonewall Chamber of Commerce Grounds, 250 Peach St.

The 61st celebration of the annual peach crop includes peach judging, the crowning of the Peach Queen, a parade, lots of peach-eating and pit-spitting, baking contests, a variety of food, live music, and a rodeo.

stonewalltexas.com/peach-jamboree

Kerrville

Concerts by the River

June 17

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets and come to the park to enjoy free summer concerts along the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River on the third Friday of June and July.

kerrvilletexascvb.com

Fredericksburg

Disney's "Mary Poppins"

June 17-19, 24-26; July 1-3

Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1688 SH 87 South

Fredericksburg Theater Company presents this production of the musical that's based on the books by P.L. Travers and the classic Walt Disney film, with all the familiar songs, exciting dance numbers, and enchanting stagecraft.

fredericksburgtheater.org

Fredericksburg Trade Days

June 17-19

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items. 

fbgtradedays.com

Austin

Oddities and Curiosities Expo

June 18

Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road

Vendors, dealers, and artists feature all things weird. Find items such as preserved specimens, original artwork, horror- and Halloween-inspired pieces, antiques, handcrafted oddities, quack medical devices, creepy clothing, and odd jewelry.

odditiesandcuriositiesexpo.com

Boerne

Music in the Cave: Summer Solstice, Rudi and the Rudiments

June 18

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Experience a unique musical experience down in the Queen's Throne Room at the Cave Without A Name. Enjoy an eclectic blend of contemporary acoustic songs, soaring vocals, dynamic instrumentation, and improvisation celebrating the Summer Solstice.

cavewithoutaname.com

New Braunfels

Old Gruene Market Days

June 18-19; July 16-17; Aug. 20-21

Gruene Historic District

Nearly 100 vendors offer uniquely crafted items and packaged Texas foods at this monthly market.

gruenemarketdays.com

Austin

Central Texas Juneteenth 2K, Parade & Celebration

June 19

Rosewood Park, 2300 Rosewood Ave.

Juneteenth, also known as "Freedom Day" or "Emancipation Day," is the oldest known African-American celebration commemorating the end of slavery. This annual event features a parade with floats and entertainment and a celebration with food and local vendors.

juneteenthcentraltexas.com

Cedar Park

Go Skateboarding Day

June 21

Brushy Creek Sports Park , 2310 Brushy Creek Road

Show off your skateboarding skills in a free competition. There's also music, food, and giveaways. A waiver and helmet are required to compete.

cedarparkparks.com

New Braunfels

Pop-Up Yoga Class in Gruene

June 21

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

Celebrate International Day of Yoga at Gruene Hall, Texas' oldest dance hall. Join instructor Melissa Welch-Lamoreaux for a pop-up yoga class. The class is one hour and 15 minutes and designed for adults. Children ages 12 and older are welcome to attend with their parent or guardian. Wear workout/exercise clothing and bring a yoga mat and any personal props that make you comfortable. All experience levels are invited.

gruenehall.com

Austin

Austin Asian American Film Festival

June 23-26

AFS Cinema, 6259 Middle Fiskville Road

Feature filmmakers' unique voices are celebrated in a forum where viewers come together to experience the wide array of Asian American Pacific Islander perspectives. Narrative features and shorts and documentary features and shorts are showcased throughout the festival.

aaafilmfest.org

New Braunfels

Frank Schlather Day

June 23

Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road

Also known as Frank's Tranquilizer Hour, this event commemorates the legendary former "Mayor" of Gruene with special offers at Gruene Hall, including $.50 beers from noon to 2 p.m.

gruenetexas.com/frankday.php

Taylor

Blackland Bull Buck Out

June 24-26

Williamson County Exposition Center, 5350 Bill Pickett Trail

The Taylor Rodeo Association hosts this bull-riding extravaganza.

wilcoexpo.com

Cedar Park

Vintage Market Days of Greater Austin

June 24-26

The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park , 2100 Avenue of the Stars

Shop a vintage-inspired market that features art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, home décor, and outdoor furnishings. This three-day event takes place indoors, so beat the heat and enjoy a fun-filled weekend of shopping.

vintagemarketdays.com/market/greater-austin/index.php

Boerne

Music in the Cave: 19ƑƑTEEN: Forbidden and Forgotten

June 24

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Enjoy the best of Throne Room music while surrounded by nature's beauty and natural acoustics presented by members of our CMI Faculty performing works composed in 1915 by Joseph Holbrooke and Alexander Zemlinksy.

cavewithoutaname.com

Taylor

Pride Festival

June 25

Downtown Taylor, 200 N. Main St.

Area LGBTQ community members and allies celebrate Pride Month with bands, a street fair, and food in downtown Taylor.

taylorpride.org

Austin

City-Wide Vintage Sale

June 25-26

Austin's Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road

Shop over 100 vendors for vintage clothing, midcentury modern decor, vintage art, collectibles, lighting, upcycled art, and unique finds at Austin's famous vintage paradise open since 1977.

citywidevintagesale.com

Fredericksburg

PCAA Concerts in the Park

June 26

Marktplatz, State Highway 16 and Main Street

Enjoy a free Sunday evening concert featuring Western Swing and Big Band music. You're welcome to bring your chairs, eats and drinks.

visitfredericksburgtx.com

Bandera

Frontier Times Jamboree

June 26

Bandera Couthouse Lawn, 510 13th St.

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy an afternoon of live music with new hosts each month at this outdoor music circle that's free to the public.

frontiertimesmuseum.org

Llano

Llano Rock'N Riverfest

July 1-4

Badu Park, 300 Legion Drive

Grab your lawn chair and sunscreen and enjoy your weekend in Hill Country. If you have a jet ski, bring it and participate in the jet ski races on the Llano River. There are amateur and professional divisions on a pattern course. Check out the Oldies But Goodies Car Show full of sleek, classic cars, and don't leave before music and fireworks begin. A new addition to the event this year is a Ferris wheel.

llanorocknriverfest.com

Wimberley

VFW Rodeo

July 1-3

Chester Franklin VFW Rodeo Arena, 401 Jacobs Well Road

Wimberley’s 76th VFW Rodeo is a Hill Country summer tradition. The CPRA-sanctioned rodeo thrills with exciting competitions, good food, and a variety of merchandise from vendors.

vfw6441.com

Fredericksburg

First Friday Art Walk

July 1

Various locations

Participating fine art galleries remain open until 8 p.m., so visitors have time to stop by the various events and exhibits planned throughout the day and enjoy local refreshments. Just look for the galleries flying the Art Walk flag.

firstfridayartwalkfbg.com

Brownwood

Lehnis' Ridikkulus Rails

July 2

Lehnis Railroad Museum and Visitor Center, 700 E. Adams St.

Attention wizards and Muggles, the Lehnis Railroad Museum is celebrating Harry Potter’s birthday. Join in for a day of Harry Potter-themed fun. Stop by Ollivander’s wand shop to make your own wand, sign up for a potions class, and bottle gillyweed. Happee Birthdae, Harry!

visitbrownwood.com/event/lehnis-riddikulus-rails

Fredericksburg

Live Pari-Mutuel Horse Racing

July 2-3, 16-17

Gillespie County Fairgrounds, 530 Fair Drive

Come out during the summer season for exciting live horse racing at the fairgrounds’ Class 3 track. Pick your favorites for quarter horse and thoroughbred racing as well as special races, trials, and futurities.

gillespiefair.com

Boerne

Music in the Cave: American Stories

July 2

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Experience a unique musical experience down in the Queen's Throne Room at the Cave Without A Name. American Stories is a rousing exploration of American patriotic music and the stories of American composers from Independence Day through modern times.

cavewithoutaname.com

Taylor

Independence Day Parade and Fireworks

July 4

Various locations, 1600 Veteran's Drive

Join in and celebrate America's independence with an afternoon parade at Murphy Park and fireworks after dark. There's also a tennis tournament held at Murphy Park and a city golf championship at Mustang Creek Golf Course.

taylortxlegion39.org

Wimberley

Fourth of July Parade

July 4

Lion's Field, 14100 RR 12

Join over 5,000 people and attend this long-standing celebration of America's Independence Day. Find the perfect spot to pop up a tent, put down some outdoor chairs, and watch the parade roll by.

wimberley.org

Hutto

Fourth of July Celebration

July 4

Brushy Creek Amphitheater , 1001 CR 137

Bring the family for live music every hour, food trucks, children's activities, and fireworks. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket, and please leave pets at home unless they are a service animal.

huttotx.gov

Kerrville

Robert Earl Keen's Fourth on the River

July 4

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Enjoy food, vendor booths, family fun, bounce houses, face painting, the Louise Hays Park splashpad and playgrounds, and cooling off in the Guadalupe River. The free concert features Robert Earl Keen and other musical acts. Then at dusk the largest fireworks display in the Texas Hill Country fills the sky.

robertearlkeens4th.com

Fredericksburg

July Fourth Community Parade

July 4

Main Street from Washington to Bowie

Originally started in 1991 by a group of community-minded friends, this small-town patriotic parade has grown over the years to be one that is loved by locals and visitors from all over. Bring lawn chairs or use the tailgate of your truck.

fbgtxparade.org

July Fourth Fireworks Display

July 4

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 432 Lady Bird Drive

The annual fireworks display is sponsored by the city of Fredericksburg and takes place from the golf course area at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park. Bring lawn chairs and eats and drinks.

fbgtx.org

Bandera

Fourth of July Parade and Barbecue

July 4

American Legion 410 Post, 147 Legion Drive

This Fourth of July parade is hosted by the American Legion 410 post in Lakehills, Bandera County.

alpost410.com

Pet Parade

July 4

Bandera City Park, 173 Main St.

The Cowboy Capital Pet Assistance League organizes the 26th annual Bandera Pet Parade. The free event takes place along the Medina River.

ccpal.info

Cowboy Capital Opry

July 5

Bandera County Silver Sage, 803 Buck Creek Drive

See some Grand Ole Opry-style entertainment, hosted by Gerry and Harriet Payne, and enjoy refreshments and door prizes.

silversage.org

Mason

Roundup Rodeo, Parade, and Festival

July 8-9

Heritage Park and Downtown Mason, Moody Street

Annually the second weekend in July, folks gather in Mason for rodeo events and family fun. The Roundup Parade takes place Saturday morning downtown, followed by the arts and crafts festival and Queen’s Court interviews over at Heritage Park. Saturday evening brings more rodeo events out at the arena and the crowing of the Mason County Queen.

masontxcoc.com

Uvalde

Four Square Friday

July 8

Historic Downtown Uvalde, Getty Street

Enjoy late-night shopping, food, live music, and art.

mainstreetuvalde.com

Taylor

Bird Expo

July 9

Williamson County Exposition Center, 5350 Bill Picket Trail NW

Shop a one-day-only expo for hundreds of birds, cages, toys, food, and many other products for sale to the public at discounted and wholesale prices.

wilcoexpo.com

Cedar Park

Greater Austin Comic Con

July 9-10

The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park , 2100 Avenue of the Stars

Celebrate all things pop culture. This event includes vendors, gaming competitions, cosplay contests, a superhero-themed car show, and lots of entertainment for kids. Get up close and personal with movie and TV stars, sports stars, world-renowned cosplay artists, game developers, comic book creators, and artists and writers.

greateraustincomiccon.com

Lampasas

Toughest 10K in Texas

July 9

Hancock Park Pavilion, 1406 US 281 S.

Runners come from all over the United States to attend this race, which is in its 42nd year and held during the annual Lampasas Spring Ho Festival. Hosted by the Lampasas Chamber of Commerce, the proceeds from this race get put back into the community. The race starts and finishes at the Hancock Park Golf Course Pavilion. The race also features a 5K and a 1-mile fun run.

runsignup.com/race/tx/lampasas/tougest10k

Kerrville

Texas Gun and Knife Show

July 9-10

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Vendors sell new and used guns, knives, ammo, coins, jewelry, camping gear, accessories, and merchandise for outdoorsy activities.

texasgunandknifeshows.com

Kerrville Summer Market

July 9-10

Inn of the Hills Hotel and Conference Center, 1001 Junction Highway

Vendors come from all over the state to show their art, jewelry, gourmet food, gift items, and other handiwork.

texasmarketguide.com

Taylor

Taylor Rodeo

July 13-17

Williamson County Exposition Center, 5350 Bill Picket Trail NW

Since 1950, the Taylor Rodeo Association has proudly brought the Taylor Rodeo in the hometown of Bill Pickett—the legendary American cowboy that introduced bulldogging. Events include a calf scramble and steer saddling.

taylorrodeo.com

Austin

"The Masked Singer" National Tour

July 13

Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive

Building upon the excitement of Fox’s hit reality series and family-favorite guessing game, "The Masked Singer" National Tour hits the road in 2022, featuring celebrity guest hosts from the TV show, as well as one local celebrity at every show who performs in a top-secret disguise. The audience attempts to decipher the clues to guess the identity until the local celebrity is unmasked at the end of the night. The evening also includes fan-favorite masked characters from the TV show live on stage.

texasperformingarts.org

Kerrville

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center Art Exhibits

July 14-Aug. 13

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St.

The Kerr Arts and Cultural Center presents three separate art exhibits in three separate galleries—the James Avery Gallery, Aline Cornels Gallery, and James and SJ Derby Gallery—spanning 6,500 square feet and supporting a wide variety of installations and media.

kacckerrville.com

Concerts by the River

July 15

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets and come to the park to enjoy free summer concerts along the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River on the third Friday of June and July.

kerrvilletexascvb.com

"Last Gas"

July 15-17, 22-24, 29-31

Playhouse 2000 VK Garage Theater, 305 Washington St.

Nat Paradis is a Red Sox-loving part-time dad who manages Paradis’ Last Convenient Store, the last place to get gas (or anything) before the Canadian border in northern Maine. When an old flame returns to town, Nat gets a chance to rekindle a romance he gave up on years ago. But sparks fly as he’s forced to choose between new love and old. This play takes a hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking look at love lost and found, and what it means to “get back to happy.”

playhouse2000.com

Ingram

"Matilda the Musical"

July 15-16, 22-23, 29-30; Aug. 5-6

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

Based on the children's novel by Roald Dahl, "Matilda the Musical" brings the story to life through song and dance. Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence, and psychokinetic powers. She’s unloved by her cruel parents but impresses her schoolteacher, the highly lovable Miss Honey.

hcaf.com

Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg Trade Days

July 15-17

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items. 

fbgtradedays.com

Austin

City-Wide Vintage Sale

July 16-17

Austin's Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road

Shop over 100 vendors for vintage clothing, midcentury modern decor, vintage art, collectibles, lighting, upcycled art, and unique finds at Austin's famous vintage paradise open since 1977.

citywidevintagesale.com

Kerrville

Hill Country Gun Show

July 16-17

Hill Country Veterans Center, 411 Meadowview

Proceeds from this gun show benefit local veterans. Find merchandise that includes new and used guns, knives, coins, cutting boards, and ammo.

gunshowtrader.com

Fredericksburg

Night in Old Fredericksburg Barbecue and Chili Cookoff

July 16

Gillespie County Fairgrounds , 530 Fair Drive

Live pari-mutuel horse racing and other activities occur throughout the day at the Lone Star Barbecue Society Barbecue Cookoff and CASI Chili Cookoff. There's plenty of cold beverages and food available.

gillespiefair.com

Bandera

Barrel Race

July 16

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come see barrel racing at Mansfield Park presented by Riding on Faith. Watch as the talented youth show you how it's done. The divisions are Open 4D and Youth 3D.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

National Day of the American Cowboy

July 23

Bandera Couthouse Lawn, 500 Main St.

Celebrate the National Day of the American Cowboy in Bandera, the "Cowboy Capital of the World." See gunfighters, picking circles, vendors, blacksmiths, and other frontier fun.

banderacowboycapital.com

Fredericksburg

PCAA Concerts in the Park

July 24

Marktplatz, State Highway 16 and Main Street

Spend a Sunday evening in the park at this month's concert that features a party and dance music. Bring chairs, eats, and drinks.

visitfredericksburgtx.com

Bandera

Frontier Times Jamboree

July 24

Bandera Couthouse Lawn, 510 13th St.

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy an afternoon of live music with new hosts each month at this outdoor music circle that's free to the public.

frontiertimesmuseum.org

Kerrville

Heart of the Hills Golf Tournament

July 26-29

Schreiner Golf Course, 1 Country Club Land

One of the most prestigious amateur level golf tournaments contested in Texas, golfers from all over the country come to Kerrville to compete in this annual 72-hole tournament. Since its inception, the tournament has been played at the Scott Schreiner Golf Course, a par-70 course that is considered one of the state’s best municipality-operated courses.

hohkerr.com

Fredericksburg

"Legally Blonde Jr."

July 28-31

Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1688 SH 87 South

Fredericksburg Youth Theater presents "Legally Blonde Jr.," a show based on the Reese Witherspoon-starring movie that follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.

fredericksburgtheater.org

Hill Country Auto Swap Meet

July 29-31

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 432 Lady Bird Drive

Car enthusiasts can find just about anything at the 44th annual swap meet. A "car corral" has vintage autos for sale in various states of restoration, and among the many items for sale at the flea market are vehicles and parts, tools, auto accessories, hats, books, clothes, and various souvenirs. Concessions are also available.  

earhartproductions.com

Austin

"Mean Girls"

Aug. 2-7

Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive

See the musical based on the hit movie. Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on the Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. 

texasperformingarts.org

Bandera

Cowboy Capital Opry

Aug. 2

Bandera County Silver Sage, 803 Buck Creek Drive

See some Grand Ole Opry-style entertainment, hosted by Gerry and Harriet Payne, and enjoy refreshments and door prizes.

silversage.org

Kerrville

Business Expo and Home and Garden Show

Aug. 5-6

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Free and open to the public, come interact and network with businesses, organizations, and members of our community. Featuring over 100 booths, food trucks, and a kids' zone with bounce houses and activities to keep little ones busy all day long. There's also a Home and Garden Show, offering tips on building, home improvement, and everything else you need to improve your home and garden.

kerrvillechamber.biz

Fredericksburg

First Friday Art Walk

Aug. 5

Various locations

Participating fine art galleries remain open until 8 p.m., so visitors have time to stop by the various events and exhibits planned throughout the day and enjoy local refreshments. Just look for the galleries flying the Art Walk flag.

firstfridayartwalkfbg.com

Camp Wood

Nueces Canyon Old Settlers Reunion

Aug. 5-6

Various locations

This family-friendly event in downtown Camp Wood features a parade, live music, a rodeo, and a dance. It kicks off with a reunion of teachers and former Nueces Canyon students at Lindbergh Park, with live music by Shane Stumpf. The next day starts with a parade in downtown Camp Wood, followed by more events in Lindbergh Park including the king and queen coronation, annual pie and salsa contests, and a decades-old washer and horseshoe tournament. Vendors are on hand, selling artwork, crafts, woodwork, leatherwork, jewelry, candles, paintings, hats, baked goods, stonework, taxidermy, new clothing, handbags, and a variety of food. A rodeo and dance follows at Bruce Park on State Highway 55, 1 mile north of Camp Wood. Tickets are needed for the rodeo and dance.

nuecescanyonchamber.org

Austin

Leon Bridges in Concert

Aug. 6

Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive

Leon Bridges’ Boundless Tour has the Grammy Award-winning R&B artist and songwriter bringing to the stage all elements of his career-spanning experiences, inspirations, and expansive catalog of songs.

moodycenteratx.com/event/leon-bridges

Fredericksburg

Texas Ranger Day and History Symposium

Aug. 6

Texas Rangers Heritage Center at Fort Martin Scott, 1618 E. Main St.

This day honors those who have served and those still commissioned with a two-part event featuring historians and educational programs. Texas Rangers Day includes Living History HQ Company Rangers who present reenactments that focus on the time periods of 1823 to 1960 and include Ranger Camp setups, cannon firing, and memorabilia displays.

trhc.org

Austin

"The Inheritance: Part 1" 

Aug. 10-Sept. 24

ZACH Theatre, 202 S. Lamar Blvd.

In contemporary Manhattan, Eric and Toby are 30-somethings who seem to be very much in love and thriving. But on the cusp of their engagement, they meet an older man haunted by the past, and a younger man hungry for a future. Chance meetings lead to surprising choices as the lives of three generations interlink and collide—with explosive results.

zachtheatre.org

Uvalde

"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"

Aug. 11-14

The Uvalde Grand Opera House, 104 W. North St.

A down-on-his-luck inventor turns a broken-down Grand Prix car into a fancy vehicle for his children, and they go off on a magical fantasy adventure to save their grandfather in a far-off land.

uvaldeoperahouse.org

Cedar Park

Rodeo

Aug. 12-13

The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park , 2100 Avenue of the Stars

Get ready for two nights of rodeo including bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling.

hebcenter.com

Uvalde

Four Square Friday

Aug. 12

Historic Downtown Uvalde, Getty Street

Enjoy late-night shopping, food, live music, and art.

mainstreetuvalde.com

Sonora

Sutton County Days and Sonora Outlaw Rodeo

Aug. 12-13

Sutton County Park Arena and Pavillion, Crockett Street

Festivities include a parade, food vendors, craft vendors, children's activities on Saturday, rodeo performances on Saturday and Sunday, and a dance on Sunday featuring Roger Creager and Josh Ward.

sonoratexas.org

Austin

City-Wide Vintage Sale

Aug. 13-14

Austin's Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road

Shop over 100 vendors for vintage clothing, midcentury modern decor, vintage art, collectibles, lighting, upcycled art, and unique finds at Austin's famous vintage paradise open since 1977.

citywidevintagesale.com

Fredericksburg

Live Pari-Mutuel Horse Racing

Aug. 13-14, 27-28

Gillespie County Fairgrounds, 530 Fair Drive

Come out during the summer season for exciting live horse racing at the fairgrounds’ Class 3 track. Pick your favorites for quarter horse and thoroughbred racing as well as special races, trials, and futurities.

gillespiefair.com

Ingram

"The Nerd"

Aug. 19-20, 26-27; Sept. 2-3

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

This side-splitting comedy about a guest who overstays his welcome was written by Larry Shue. It first premiered in 1981 at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater before moving to London's West End and then Broadway in New York.

hcaf.com

Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg Trade Days

Aug. 19-21

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items. 

fbgtradedays.com

"Forever Plaid"

Aug. 19-21, 26-28

Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1688 SH 87 South

Fredericksburg Theater Company presents a production of the smash hit musical that is an affectionate homage to the close-harmony "guy groups" that reached the height of popularity in the 1950s. Featuring 29 popular songs, such as “Three Coins in the Fountain,” “16 Tons,” and “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing.”

fredericksburgtheater.org

Gillespie County Fair

Aug. 25-28

Gillespie County Fairgrounds and Exhibition Hall, 530 Fair Drive

The oldest continuous county fair in Texas marks its 134th year. Enjoy four big days filled with fun events, including a carnival and midway, fair food, livestock judging, agricultural and household exhibits, arts and crafts, antique tractor shows, live music and dancing, and live pari-mutuel horse racing.

gillespiefair.com

Gillespie County Fair Parade

Aug. 26

Main Street from Washington to Edison

One of the Texas Hill Country’s biggest parades has more than 200 units, marches down Main Street, and kicks off the 134th annual Gillespie County Fair. Bring chairs and arrive early.

gillespiefair.com

Kerrville

River Roadster Show

Aug. 27

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

This free event is open to cars of all sizes, colors, and speeds. Bring the family out to enjoy a beautiful night under the stars with cars, music, food, and fun. You don’t need a hot rod or classic to enjoy the fun. There's also live music and sweet treats available for purchase.

kerrvilletx.gov/1626/kerrville-river-roadster-show

Stonewall

113th Birthday Celebration for President Lyndon B. Johnson

Aug. 27

LBJ State and National Historical Parks, Stonewall

The National Park Service hosts the annual wreath-laying ceremony at President Johnson’s gravesite on the LBJ Ranch at 10 a.m. Throughout the day, the LBJ State Park invites visitors to participate in old-time games at the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm. Birthday cake is served at 1 p.m. at the state park’s visitor center. 

nps.gov/lyjo

Fredericksburg

PCAA Concerts in the Park

Aug. 28

Marktplatz, State Highway 16 and Main Street

The free Sunday evening concert this month features traditional country music. Bring your chairs, eats, and drinks.

visitfredericksburgtx.com

Bandera

Barrel Race

Aug. 28

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come see barrel racing at Mansfield Park presented by Riding on Faith. Watch as the talented youth show you how it's done. The divisions are Open 4D and Youth 3D.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

Frontier Times Jamboree

Aug. 28

Bandera Couthouse Lawn, 510 13th St.

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy an afternoon of live music with new hosts each month at this outdoor music circle that's free to the public.

frontiertimesmuseum.org

Barrel Race

Sept. 11

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come see barrel racing at Mansfield Park presented by Riding on Faith. Watch as the talented youth show you how it's done. The divisions are Open 4D and Youth 3D.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

Barrel Race

Oct. 9

Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena, Park Road

Come see barrel racing at Mansfield Park presented by Riding on Faith. Watch as the talented youth show you how it's done. The divisions are Open 4D and Youth 3D.

banderacowboycapital.com/location/mansfield-park-rodeo-arena

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