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    Bee to Bottle Walking Tour

    Walk a mile (or less) in the beekeeper's boots as she harvests the golden bee juice and prepares it for: consumption. Masks and reservations required.
    Sat., March 6, 10am. $5.  
    Walker Honey Farm, Rogers
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    Birdwatching at the Battleground

    Not just for birders and photographers, the site of the historic battleground belongs to the wildlife in: the morning before the park opens to the public.
    Sat., March 6, 7-9am. Free.  
    San Jacinto Monument, La Porte
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    Borntrager’s Public Auction

    Twice a year the small Amish community in South Texas holds a large auction of antiques, farm: implements and animals, and collectibles to raise funds for their school. Year-round the group has a small: country store that sells farm supplies, fresh produce, local honey, teas, handcrafted items, and on Friday: fresh baked pies, breads, jellies, and cookies. The store hours are 8am-5pm Mon.-Sat.; closed for: lunch from noon-1pm.
    Sat., March 6. Free.  
    Beeville
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    Commemoration of the Battle of the Alamo

    Special events at the Texas shrine honor those who died with tours, demonstrations, parades, and remembrances.
    Feb. 23-March 6  
    San Antonio
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    Dallas Blooms

    The largest floral festival in the Southwest celebrates “America the Beautiful” with an explosion of: color over 66 acres on the shores of White Rock Lake.
    Feb. 20-April 11. $12-17.  
    Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Dallas
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    Hollywood’s Sistine Chapel: Sacred Sets for Stage & Screen

    Six hand-painted soundstage backdrops are on exhibit alongside artwork from the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts. The backdrops, on loan from Texas Performing Arts at UT-Austin, were created for MGM’s 1968 papal drama, The Shoes of the Fisherman, starring Anthony Quinn. These six replicas of Renaissance masterpieces in the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel were nearly discarded before being rescued in 2017.
    Through April 4. $10-20; free on Thursdays, 4-6pm, and first Sundays, noon-5pm.  
    McNay Museum, San Antonio
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    Oyster Season

    It was a brave soul who ate the first oyster, and now the bivalve mollusks are on the dinner table. This is the time to get the freshest oysters as fishermen come into the Rockport/Fulton Harbor around 4-5pm. The annual Fulton Oyster Festival has been canceled for this year, but there are still plenty of oysters available at local markets and restaurants.
    Through April 30  
    Rockport/Fulton
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    Spring Break Live Music Series

    Hear local artists in Natural Bridge Caverns' Discovery Village as you play yard games and enjoy sweets and treats. Plus check out the maze, zipline, and other outdoor adventures.
    Through March 21; live music noon-3pm  
    Natural Bridge Caverns, 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd., San Antonio
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    Spring Transplant Sale

    Get a head start on your spring garden with organic starter plants, bring a picnic, and explore the 200 acres of vegetables. Plants can also be ordered online and picked up at a farmers’ market near you.
    Saturdays through April 24, 9am-1pm  
    Garfield Farm & Greenhouses, Garfield
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    Take a (Virtual) Day Trip Around the World

    Learn something new, visit museums around the world, and explore the hidden mysteries of life at the website with enough cool stuff to outlast any pandemic.
    Any day, anytime  
    Online
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    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s online exhibitions or take a virtual tour of Renzi, Bayou Bend, or the museum.
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    Visit the Old Jail

    Tours of the two-story calaboose that was used until 1939 offer a look into the history of incarceration: and the people who served the community as jailers.
    Sat., March 6, 10am-3pm. $2.  
    Fredericksburg

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