The Hill Country Fall Fest & Texas Wine Auction

Sept. 15-17

The lovely Horseshoe Bay Marriott Resort is collaborating with area restaurants and wineries to host this second annual harvest celebration. Events are scheduled at a variety of inviting locations, and it's possible to book events separately by calling the Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce at 830/693-2815. Until Sept. 5, Marriott Resort is offering special packages that include deluxe overnight accommodations for two on either Friday (Sept. 15) or Saturday (Sept. 16) nights with a buffet breakfast in the Lantana Grill. The packages do not include tickets to any fest events, as previously reported. We regret the confusion. For reservations, call the Marriott at 800/452-5330, and be sure to mention the Hill Country Fall Fest.

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