Day Trips

Coming up this weekend...

Peach JAMboree & Rodeo in Stonewall celebrates the fruit crop with baking and fiddler's contests and more, June 20-21. 210/644-2735.

Celebration of the Arts in Wimberley features artists at the town's many galleries, June 21. 512/847-8975.

Indian Hobbyists have their Summer Meet to exchange ideas and present new costumes in Llano, June 19-21. 915/247-5354.

Cypress City Day in Sabinal's City Park offers a day of arts & crafts, dances, rodeo, cookoffs, and tournaments, June 21. 210/988-2010.


Coming up...

Texas State Bluegrass Festival happens at the First Monday Grounds in Canton with local and national bands, June 24-28. 903/885-7063.

Texas Championship Bison Cookoff & Early Fun Fest in Early includes a taste of buffalo along with arts & crafts and a bluegrass festival, June 28. 915/643-5218.

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