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for Wed., May 8
  • Fright Gallery 5

    Join Blood Over Texas for Fright Gallery 5, the biggest and longest running art gallery dead-icated to showcasing local dark/horror artists. The event also features live DJ sets, live art, special art showcase "The Void" and a seance photo op. 18+ (for content). $15.
    Sun. June 29, 5pm-10pm  
    Ben Hur Shriners' Ballroom
  • Texas Hill Country Peach Season is Here!

    Nothing is as tasty as a Texas Hill Country Peach! Peach season is here, so make plans to visit. Peaches in Fredericksburg and Stonewall taste fresh and delicious! Peaches are grown on soils with lots of minerals making the flavor content more complex. Visit the website for a list of peach stands and a map.
    All Summer  
    Fredericksburg and Stonewall
  • Arts


    Adaptations Book Club

    Ah, the eternal debate: Which was better, the book or the book of the film? Physical media defenders We Luv Video hope to settle this debate – or at least, keep it polite – with the Adaptations Book Club, where readers and film lovers hash out what makes it from the page to the screen. After coming together in perfect harmony for Pride & Prejudice, now the club picks up the debate over whether either of the big screen adaptations of The Stepford Wives – or the baffling sequels and spin-offs – matches Ira Levin’s acid satire. Grab a copy ahead of the night via bookshop.org/shop/weluvvideo to make sure you’re helping this movie-loving nonprofit. – Richard Whittaker
    Wed., May 8
  • Arts


    Disney on Ice Presents Magic in the Stars

    Win your child’s love through any ice means necessary. That’s right: Disney brings out the big skates for a magical musical experience featuring performances by all the kiddos’ favorites. Does that mean Mickey? Yes, and also Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Daisy, and two little-known royals named Anna and Elsa – plus many, many more characters that’ll make everyone’s faces light up in wonder. Gonna miss this school-night soiree? No worries: These icecapades run through May 12. – James Scott
    Through May 12
  • Music

    Kurt Elling & Danilo Pérez (9:30)

    Singer Kurt Elling became one of the most popular male jazz vocalists in America over the course of 30-plus years, due to a penchant for creative arrangements and insistence on not making the Great American Songbook the spine of his repertoire. Pianist Danilo Pérez exited his native Panama to become a highly acclaimed solo artist, bandleader, and Smithsonian Legacy Award winner, though he’s best known as the long-running pianist for the late, great Wayne Shorter. The pair collaborated on 2020’s Secrets Are the Best Stories; this show is either Secrets’ long-delayed tour or a preview of new music on the horizon. – Michael Toland
    Wed., May 8. Sold-out.
  • Community


    Playdates in the Park

    Move it, groove it, and distract children with next to no effort on your part. This weekday playdate, sponsored by Creative Action, promises to provide at least an hour of pure child delight. Want literary stimulation with storytime? Check. Want to foster artistic enthusiasm with crafts? Check. Want music and a dance party? It’s an absolute given. Oh, and heads up – if you like what you see, Creative Action has summer camps available now. – Cat McCarrey
    Wed., May 8
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