COMMUNITY: Out of Town


'The President’s Photographer' Traveling Exhibit

National Geographic organized this show of rare photos from 50 years of White House photographers. Oct. 29-Jan. 28.

Bell County Museum, Belton

Dickens on the Strand

The 19th-century Victorian-themed holiday event brings musicians, jugglers, craftspeople, food vendors, and more to the waterfront. Attendees in Victorian costume are admitted for half price. Fri.-Sun., Dec. 2-4. $9-15.

Galveston, 409/765-7834

Fiesta de las Luminaria

Hundreds of luminarias guide your way along the river as tiny lights fill the trees and carolers pass on barges. Fri.-Sun., Dec. 2-4, 9-11, 15-18, dusk-10pm. Free.

River Walk, San Antonio

Lighting of the Square

Be there when they flip the switch to illuminate the courthouse in lights, share cookies, and enjoy the carolers. Fri., Nov. 25-Sat., Dec. 31. Free.

Georgetown, 512/930-3545

Painted Churches of Texas Exhibit

Using technology developed for NASA’s Mars rovers, large-scale Gigapan photographs of the painted churches of Texas reveal astounding details along with our state’s rich history of immigrant artistry. Thu., Nov. 17-Sun. March 5.

UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio

River of Lights

More than 100 displays illuminate the Colorado River after dark from Fisherman’s Park to Ferry Park through Dec. 31. Harvest Art Festival runs the first weekend in downtown. Fri., Nov. 25-Sat., Dec. 31. Free.

Bastrop, 512/303-0558

Walkway of Lights

Every year the city illuminates Lakeside Park with more than 2 million lights for a spectacular holiday tradition. Fri., Nov. 18-Sun., Jan. 1, 6-10pm.

Marble Falls, 844/635-4448

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