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    Wildflower Celebration

    The fields will be ablaze in color as the wildflowers bloom and the farm sponsors special activities.
    Sat.-Sun., April 6-21, 9:30am-6pm. Free.
    Wildseed Farms, Fredericksburg
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    Windsor Park Block Party

    Featuring live performances, activities, vendors, neighborhood information, and a raffle. Food trucks will be on-site, and you can also BYO snax & bevvies.
    Sat., April 13, 1-5pm. Free.
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    Wine and Roses Festival

    Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the budding of the vines at the vineyard with wine and cheese, local vendors, and a grape stomp.
    Sat., April 13
    Bryan
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    Women & Their Work: Walk the Sky

    Bumin Kim's thread and string become the media to explore many of the same questions usually investigated with paint, examining the nature of line beyond the two-dimensional surface into three-dimensional space.
    Through April 18
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    Words/Matter: Latin American Art and Language

    Drawn primarily from the Blanton’s extensive collection of Latin American art, this exhibition offers an innovative perspective on how artists of the region have explored the links between visual art and written language since the early decades of the twentieth century, with examples ranging from Alejandro Xul Solar and Joaquín Torres-García’s creation of alphabets and metaphysical signs, to the visual experiments of Brazilian concrete poets in the 1960s, and the political codification of language by conceptualists since the 1970s.
    Through May 26
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    Yard Dog: City and Sky

    The work of Chicago-based artist, illustrator, and muralist Nate Otto occupies its own lane somewhere in between the worlds of folk art, street art, lowbrow art, and contemporary fine art. And now a rich portion of it will occupy this popular South Congress gallery.
    Through April 14
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