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Texas Hill Country Region

Attend upcoming events in the Texas Hill Country Region while you seek a return to the adventurous old west. Enjoy a restful layover amidst glorious scenery, or the warm welcome of a friendly town. When you "head for the hills" in Texas, you'll find a spot meant just for you!



Upcoming Events


Through January 18, 2008 - Austin, Texas
The New York Graphic Workshop Three Latin-American artists founded the NYGW in the 1960's to explore experimental printmaking techniques. More than 70 works are on display.
Blanton Museum of Art. (512) 471-7324 http://www.blantonmuseum.org

November 7-9, 2008 - Wimberley, Texas
Holiday Art Show The annual show exhibits photography, jewelry, ceramics, fiber arts, and more.
Wimberley Community Center. (512) 538-5154 http://www.visitwimberley.com/artleague

November 8-9, 2008 - Fredericksburg, Texas
Pacific Combat Living History Program Reenactors demonstrate weapons.
National Museum of the Pacific War. (830) 997-4379 http://www.nimitz-museum.org

November 28 - December 20, 2008 - Boerne, Texas
Dickins on Main. On weekends, costumed street performers transform Main Street into a 19th century village.
Downtown. (830) 249-2766 http://www.boernedickensonmain.com

November 29, 2008 - Comfort, Texas
Christmas in Comfort More than 150 vendor booths and a night parade entertain at this holiday fest.
Historic District. (830) 995-3131 http://www.comfortchamberofcommerce.com

November 29, 2008 - Bandera, Texas
Country Christmas Ball Highlights at this annual party include a prime rib dinner, live country music, and a barn dance.
Farm Country Club. (830) 589-2276 http://www.farmcc.com

November 29 &, December 6, 13, 20, 2008 - Johnson City, Texas
Christmas at the LBJ Boyhood Home. Park rangers lead lamplight tours of the property and discuss life before rural electrification.
LBJ Boyhood Home (830) 868-7128 ext. 245 http://www.nps.gov/lyjo

December 12-13, 2008 - Fredericksburg, Texas
The Christmas Journey The drive through attraction presents live dioramas of the Nativity.
Bethany Lutheran Church. (866) 997-3600 http://www.fredericksburg-texas.com

December 15-23, 2008 - Austin, Texas
Trail of lights Festival Family events include a 5K run, a parade, and a trail walk that passes 41 lighted scenes.
Zilker Park. (512) 974-6700 http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/tol


About Texas Hill Country Region


Maybe it's the serene valleys tucked between rolling, cedar-studded hills…or the abundant indigo and scarlet wildflowers of spring. Perhaps it's the cypress trees that line meandering riverbanks…or the friendly small towns where time ticks at a slower tock. Then again, it could be the siren song of Austin's musical melting-pot. Whatever the appeal, the Texas Hill Country captivates fans the world over.

Geographically-and nostalgically-speaking, the region encompasses the heart of Texas, with terrain that varies from hilly to undulating to downright flat. Defined on the east and south by the Balcones Escarpment and bordered on the west and north by plains and prairies, the area incorporates both the geographical center of the state, at Brady, and the governmental core, in the capital city of Austin.

While fabled hills, clear-running rivers, spacious parks, hike-and-bike trails, and a wealth of lakes feed your fresh-air fantasies, you will find that the Texas hills are intellectually alive as well-with fascinating museums, thrilling theatrical performances, and numerous historical sites.

If you appreciate good wines, there are vineyards and wineries galore to explore, while the shopper in you will relish the multitude of arts-and-crafts shops in the heart of the hills and the clusters of factory-direct discount stores aling Interstate 35. Sportsminded? You can exercise to your heart's content at golf, tennis, swimming, biking, and hiking. Or, you can find a flat rock on a pretty hilltop and just sit and ponder.

Your sojourn in the Hill Country can be as active or relaxing, as up-scale or rustic as you choose. And, if you decide to sample "all of the above," you have come to the right place!