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Miscellaneous Events

Jun 26, 2017

Dallas, TX

Spin into Summer at Reunion Tower

Jun 26, 2017 – Aug 15, 2017
300 Reunion Blvd. E.
Dallas, TX 75207

Miscellaneous Events in Texas

Jun 23, 2017

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

Jun 23, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

Jun 23, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – The Spinsations

Jun 23, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Summer Movie in the Park – Trolls

Jun 23, 2017
91 Lake Road
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Dallas,, TX

Power Your Way Forward

Jun 23, 2017 – Jun 24, 2017
2900 Live Oak
Dallas,, TX 75204

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

Jun 23, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

Jun 23, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – The Spinsations

Jun 23, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Summer Movie in the Park – Trolls

Jun 23, 2017
91 Lake Road
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Plano, TX

Nobody’s Perfect presented by Theatre Britain

Jun 23, 2017 – Jul 16, 2017
Cox Building Playhouse at 1517 H Avenue
Plano, TX 75074

RiverFest – The Ultimate Riverside Picnic

Bandera, Texas

RiverFest – The Ultimate Riverside Picnic

Cruise on over to Bandera, Texas on June 24th for the 20th Annual RiverFest along the banks of the Medina River.  River Rodeo, kayak races, car show, music, river regatta and a special sand beach for the kids.  Don’t forget the sunscreen!

Events Around Texas

Events Around Texas

Big-time rodeos, spectacular air shows, food and wine festivals, musical performances. You name it, Texas has it. Every month, there are many events held across the Lone Star State. To find out what’s going on near you, check out our Texas events calendar below.

Jun 22, 2017

Boerne, TX

A Thirst for Nature Event-Fireflies with Firefly Lemonade

Jun 22, 2017
140 City Park Rd
Boerne, TX 78006

A Thirst for Nature Event

Jun 22, 2017
140 City Park Road
Boerne, TX

Denton, TX

DentonRadio.com at LSA Burger

Jun 22, 2017
113 West Hickory Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Jazz at The Whitehouse – A Vocal Showcase

Jun 22, 2017
424 Bryan Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Wednesday Night Social Run

Jun 22, 2017
308 East Oak Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Catchin’ the Vibe

Jun 22, 2017
100 West Walnut Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Luling, TX

64th Annual Watermelon Thump

Jun 22, 2017 – Jun 25, 2017
421 E Davis
Luling, TX 78648

Events Around Texas

Events Around Texas

Big-time rodeos, spectacular air shows, food and wine festivals, musical performances. You name it, Texas has it. Every month, there are many events held across the Lone Star State. To find out what’s going on near you, check out our Texas events calendar below.

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Jun 20, 2017

Aubrey, TX

Boxcar Bandits

Jun 20, 2017
110 West Mulberry Street,Denton, Texas 76201, USA
Aubrey, TX 76227

Boerne, TX

Abendkonzerte

Jun 20, 2017
100 N Main
Boerne, TX 78006

Abendkonzerte

Jun 20, 2017
100 Main St
Boerne, TX

Clute, TX

Planetarium Show

Jun 20, 2017
400 College Blvd.
Clute, TX 77531

Plano, TX

Let’s Get Mooving

Jun 20, 2017
1900 West 15th Street
Plano, TX 75075

Aubrey, TX

Boxcar Bandits

Jun 20, 2017
110 West Mulberry Street,Denton, Texas 76201, USA
Aubrey, TX 76227

Boerne, TX

Abendkonzerte

Jun 20, 2017
100 N Main
Boerne, TX 78006

Abendkonzerte

Jun 20, 2017
100 Main St
Boerne, TX

Clute, TX

Planetarium Show

Jun 20, 2017
400 College Blvd.
Clute, TX 77531

Elgin, TX

Elgin Western Days Festival

Jun 20, 2017 – Jun 24, 2017
Downtown
Elgin, TX 78621

Plano, TX

Let’s Get Mooving

Jun 20, 2017
1900 West 15th Street
Plano, TX 75075

Convention Packet is in the Mail!

Convention Packet is in the Mail!
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Events Around Texas

Events Around Texas

Big-time rodeos, spectacular air shows, food and wine festivals, musical performances. You name it, Texas has it. Every month, there are many events held across the Lone Star State. To find out what’s going on near you, check out our Texas events calendar below.

Currently viewing Jun 9, 2017 – Jul 9, 2017

Jun 09, 2017

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

Jun 09, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

Jun 09, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Kerrville, TX

Movies in the Park “The Secret Life of Pets” (PG)

Jun 09, 2017
Kerrville-Schreiner Park, 2385 Bandera Hwy
Kerrville, TX 78028

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – The Karz

Jun 09, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Summer Movie in the Park – The Secret Life of Pets

Jun 09, 2017
91 Lake Road
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Plano, TX

Sundown Cinema presents: Hook

Jun 09, 2017
2801 E Spring Creek Parkway
Plano, TX 75074

Port Aransas, TX

Sunset Sounds

Jun 09, 2017
Patsy Jones Ampitheater at Robert’s Point Park on the marina
Port Aransas, TX 78373

Abilene, TX

23rd Annual Stars Over Abilene Regional Quilt Show

Jun 09, 2017 – Jun 10, 2017
Abilene Civic Center, 1100 N. 6th St.
Abilene, TX 79601

Cisco, TX

Cisco TX Pie Fest

Jun 09, 2017 – Jun 10, 2017
309 Conrad Hilton Blvd
Cisco, TX 76437

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

Jun 09, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

Jun 09, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Fredericksburg, TX

10th Annual Thomas Michael Riley Music Festival

Jun 09, 2017 – Jun 10, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Hunt, TX

Mo-Ranch Day Camp

Jun 09, 2017 – Aug 11, 2017
2229 FM 1340
Hunt, TX 78024

Teen Adventure Day Camp

Jun 09, 2017 – Aug 11, 2017
2229 FM 1340
Hunt, TX 78024

Kerrville, TX

Movies in the Park “The Secret Life of Pets” (PG)

Jun 09, 2017
Kerrville-Schreiner Park, 2385 Bandera Hwy
Kerrville, TX 78028

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – The Karz

Jun 09, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Summer Movie in the Park – The Secret Life of Pets

Jun 09, 2017
91 Lake Road
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Plano, TX

Sundown Cinema presents: Hook

Jun 09, 2017
2801 E Spring Creek Parkway
Plano, TX 75074

Who Has Your Attention presented by the Art Centre Theatre

Jun 09, 2017 – Jun 11, 2017
The Art Centre Theatre 5220 Village Creek Drive
Plano, TX 75093

Port Aransas, TX

Sunset Sounds

Jun 09, 2017
Patsy Jones Ampitheater at Robert’s Point Park on the marina
Port Aransas, TX 78373

San Antonio, TX

Texas Folklife Festival

Jun 09, 2017 – Jun 11, 2017
801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.
San Antonio, TX 78205

The Laredo International Sister Cities Festival – July 7-9

Laredo International Sister Cities Festival

The Laredo International Sister Cities Festival – July 7-9

SAVE THE DATE! Shop your heart out at this indoor Mexican mercado where you’ll find over 200 Mexican exhibitors all under one roof. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to purchase their native wares, textiles, wrought iron furniture, pewter, leather goods, and much more.

Top 3 Father’s Day Events in Austin

Top 3 Father’s Day Events in Austin

Movie night at Deep Eddy Pool in AustinHead’s up. Father’s Day is Sunday the 17th. It’s alright if you’re unprepared – take a breath and check out our top 3 Father’s Day events in Austin.

Here are a few awesome things to do with Pops this Father’s Day:

#1: Deep Eddy Pool Movie Night: The Goonies

Now this is the way to kick off a Father’s Day weekend. Deep Eddy Pool is the oldest swimming hole in Texas, having been formed from part of the Colorado River in 1915. Long story short: it’s been an Austin icon and pastime every since.

Since Deep Eddy is Austin’s original way to beat the heat, its organizers are now offering movie nights during the summer. This Saturday (note: not Sunday, which is Father’s Day), Deep Eddy will be showing the American classic The Goonies. The show starts at dusk, so the weather will be just cooling down as you and your dad float about and enjoy the film. This is one of the most unique and fun movie-watching experiences your dad may ever have!

Where, When and What’s the Cost?

Head to Deep Eddy Pool at 401 Deep Eddy Ave. The film begins at dusk. The admissions price is only $1-3, depending on age.

#2: Racing Expo – Formula One Grand Prix

Look for this and other Lotuses at the expo!

With the 2012 U.S. Grand Prix Formula One race looming on Austin’s horizon, now is the perfect time for you and your dad to get into high-speed racing. Luckily, the Formula Expo event will be in town this weekend. It’s the perfect opportunity to get up close and personal with wickedly-fast cars and famous drivers. This year’s event will feature cars by Ferrari, Lotus and many more. There will be a ton of stuff to do during the event as well, including an opportunity to race in an F1 race simulator!

When, Where and What’s the Cost?

The Expo is this weekend – June 16th and 17th. Check it out at the Austin Convention Center, 500 East Cesar Chavez Street. Tickets are $15 a day, available online.

#3: The Hartman Foundation’s “Concert in the Park”

This concert is the perfect way to wind down the day. Every Sunday this summer, The Hartman Family Foundation is offering a free sit-down concert for the Austin public. It’s been going on every Father’s Day for ten years, and the turnout is always large. The Austin Symphony’s woodwind Ensemble is scheduled to perform this year.

What better way to end Father’s Day than with your family, as the sun sets and the Austin symphony plays some of mankind’s best music?

Where, When and What’s the Cost?

Hartman Concert in the Park at the Long Center in AustinThe concert starts at The Long Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. The address is 701 W. Riverside Dr., on the corner of Riverside and South 1st. And it’s free!

 

 

Texas Folklife Festival

Texas Folklife Festival

When:

June 9, 2017 to June 11, 2017

Where:

San Antonio, TX

About the Event:

The Texas Folklife Festival gathers more than 40 Texas cultures to celebrate their heritage through music, food, artisanship and more. Music plays an integral role in the Institute of Texan Cultures’ signature event. Folklife has hosted Grammy winners, mom-and-pop choirs and old buddies who’ve played together for years. It’s a festival where Scottish bagpipes can be heard in the distance, as the band parades through the festival grounds. At one stage, a group of firemen play classic rock ‘n’ roll; and a short distance away, Chinese drums pound out a Lion Dance. The banjo and resonator guitar playing old folksongs. Music is an essential part of the Texas Folklife Festival and the variety is sure to appeal to any Texan or traveler who visits.

Texas Monthly BBQ Fest

Texas Monthly BBQ Fest Weekend

November 5 @ 1:00 pm4:00 pm

*** EARLY BIRD TICKET SALE CLOSED! ***

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!  General ticket sale opens at 10 A.M. on August 10, 2017.

 

TEXAS MONTHLY BBQ FEST (1 p.m.- 4 p.m.| VIP Entry @ noon): Texas Monthly’s June 2017 issue unveils a NEW 50 Best BBQ Joints in Texas. Published every four years, this highly-coveted list will help curate a fresh lineup of BBQ at the eighth annual Texas Monthly BBQ Fest Weekend. Festival goers will relax on the lawn and enjoy music, sweet treats, cold beer, cocktails, interactive games with sponsors, and all of the smoked goodness they can handle.

When: Sunday, November 5th, 2017

Where: The Long Center for the Performing Arts  (701 W. Riverside Drive (at the corner of S. 1st Street) Austin, Texas)


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September – Texas Music Events Calendar 2017

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September – Texas Music Events Calendar 2017

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The 2017 TMEC lists annual events featuring live music. To update listing information for your 2017 event, please contact the Texas Music Office at music [at] gov.texas.gov .

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Kerrville Fall Music Festival
September 1-4

Quiet Valley Ranch; 3876 Medina Highway (16 South) Kerrville, TX

Kerrville Folk Festival
Mary Muse, Executive Director
P.O. Box 291466; Kerrville, TX 78029
(830) 257-3600; (800) 435-8429
Music: Americana, Folk/Acoustic, Jazz, Reggae
Activities: Music festival, Texas Wine Tasting and Seminars , Arts and crafts
Each year over Labor Day Weekend, music enthusiasts gather at the Quiet Valley Ranch to celebrate the art of songwriting and winemaking. This Texas Hill Country setting is perfect for introducing our audiences to the newest and best wines & beers that Texas has to offer, in addition to performances by many of the world’s best songwriters. The Kerrville Fall Music Festival (formerly the Kerrville Wine & Music Festival) features three, 5-hour evening concerts and two, 2-hour afternoon concerts by two dozen singer-songwriters. During the evening concerts, we have booths set up for Texas’ top winemakers, who offer tastes, glasses, or bottles of current vintage wines. We are pleased to additionally feature booths with Texas craft beers & microbrews, which offer options for beer tastes & full pints.

Labor Day Bluegrass Festival
September 2-4

Salmon Lake Park; 357 Salmon Lake Road, Grapeland, TX

Texas Bluegrass Music
Colee Biller/Littlefield, Festival Manager and Promoter
26717 Bayou Tesch Drive; Magnolia, TX 77354
(936) 697-5949; (281) 259-5453
Music: Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Gospel
Activities: Music festival
Texas Bluegrass Music hosts 3 outdoor events for the entire family with as many as a dozen live bluegrass and gospel bands performing at each festival. No alcohol is sold. The event features great food vendors and arts and crafts, and miscellaneous other merchandise. Full RVÂ hookups are available, 30 and 50 amp., water and sewer.

Annual Labor Day Bluegrass Festival ~ 2
September 3 – 6

Salmon Lake Park; 357 Salmon Lake Road

Texas Bluegrass Music, LLC
Colee Biller/Littlefield, Festival Manager and Promoter
26717 Bayou Tesch Drive; Magnolia, TX 77354
(936) 697-5949; (281) 259-5453
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Gospel
Activities: Music festival
Texas Bluegrass Music hosts 3 outdoor events for the entire family with as many as a dozen live bluegrass and gospel bands performing at each festival. No alcohol is sold. The event features great food vendors and arts and crafts, and miscellaneous other merchandise. Full RV hookups are available, 30 and 50 amp., water and sewer.

Splash Jam
September 3

Milburn Park; 1901 Sun Chase Blvd. Cedar Park, TX

City of Cedar Park – Parks & Recreation
Tara McAlister, Recreation Program Coordinator
1435 Main Street; Cedar Park, TX 78613
(512) 401-5536; (512) 401-5508; tara.mcalister@cedarparktexas.gov
Music: Country, Pop
Activities: Music festival, Fireworks
A washer tournament will begin at 4:00 p.m. Starting at 5:00 p.m. enjoy free live music with a dance and inflatables. Fees apply for the following: food concessions, face painting, hamster balls, quad jump, spinner ride, super slide and rock wall. The night will end with a fabulous fireworks display. Milburn Pool will also be open (regular pool admission rates apply).

KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove
September 7, 14

Shady Grove Restaurant; 1624 Barton Springs Road

KGSR & The Shady Grove
Stephanie Kralik – Marketing Manager
1624 Barton Springs Road; Austin, TX 78704
(512) 474-9991; Marsha@milamandcompany.com
Music: Americana, Country, Folk/Acoustic, Pop
Activities: Concert season
KGSR’s ‘Unplugged at The Grove’ is returning for its 24th season. Starting early April thru mid-September, people of all ages have the opportunity to experience Austin’s longest-running free live music series on Shady Grove’s beautiful pecan tree shaded patio. Music begins at 8:00pm every Thursday night from April 13- September 14. Unplugged goers will enjoy the finest live music this city has to offer, as well as a signature patio menu of Austin-inspired home cooking and refreshing drink specials. “At Shady Grove we are privileged and grateful to present one-of-a- kind live music performances every week, under the stars, in the coolest city on the planet,” says managing partner Rusty Zagst. “Our 24th season promises to be the best yet as our schedule includes everything from musical legends to some of the most exciting new artists on the scene. Don’t forget Unplugged is open to all and always free.” Unplugged will be featuring exceptional local, regional, and national acts including artist Rhett Miller, Bob Schneider, Swimming With Bears, Bee Caves, and Eric Tessmer.

Johnson County Pioneers & Old Settlers Reunion Fiddle Contest
September 8

Reunion Pavilion and Grounds; 111 Reunion Drive, Alvarado, TX

Texas Old Time Fiddlers Association
Rocky Biggs, Association Director
P.O. Box 217; Alvarado, TX 76009
(817) 783-8114
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Western Swing
Activities: Awards show, Fiddling contests, Music festival, Baby Contest, Arts and Crafts, County Fair, Parade, Carnival, Queens Contest, Car Show, Gospel Music, Battle of the Bands

Longview Jaycees Gregg County Fair and Expo
September 8-16

Gregg County Fairgrounds; 1123 Jaycee Drive, Longview, TX

Longview Jaycees
Billy Clay
P.O. Box 1124; Longview, TX 75606
(903) 753-4478; (903) 753-5452
Music: Bluegrass, Classical, Country, Jazz, Latin/Spanish, Tejano
Activities: County fair
The Longview Jaycees Gregg County Fair and Expo features a wide variety of entertainment including an array of exhibits, a carnival, magic shows, local musical acts and the Miss Gregg County Pageant. We have plenty of good food and exhibitors inside and outside. The Gregg County Fair & Expo is a place for clean family entertainment.

Eastside Kings Festival
September 9-10

Club 40, White Swan, 1808 Club, JT’s Body Shop; East 12th Street, Austin, TX

Dialtone Records/Dynaflow Records/Eastside Kings Festival
Eddie Stout, Owner
P.O. Box 133; Austin, TX 78767
(512) 228-8434
Music: Blues, Gospel, Jazz
Activities: Music festival
The Eastside Kings Fest takes place the first week of September putting together great Blues/Gospel/Jazz acts every year for two amazing evenings. Over thirty bands in eight venues within one block in historic East Austin.

Sanger Sellabration
September 9

Downtown Sanger; Town Square, Sanger, TX

Sanger Chamber of Commerce
Debbie Reaves, Administrator
P.O. Box 537; Sanger, TX 76266
(940) 458-7702; (940) 458-7702; chamber@sangertexas.com
Music: Country
Activities: County fair, Street dance
Annual event with an attendance of over 3,000 people. Well over 150 vendors and food trucks. Full day of stage events to include talent show, Little Miss & Mr. Sanger Pageant; street dance and live entertainment.

Birthday Bombazo
September 10

Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center; 701 Tillery Street, Austin, TX

Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center
Dr. Ana Maria Maynard
15228 Quiet Pond Court; Austin, TX 78728-4555
(512) 251-8122
Music: Puerto Rican
Activities: Music festival

Pasadena Livestock Show, Rodeo and Championship Bar-B-Que
September 14-16, 22-30

Pasadena Fairgrounds; 7601 Redbluff, Pasadena, TX

Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo Association
Sherry Free
7601 Red Bluff Road; Pasadena, TX 77507-1003
(281) 487-0240
Music: Cajun/Zydeco, Country, Cowboy, Rock, Rockabilly, Tejano
Activities: Awards show, County fair, Rodeo, Singing contests, Street dance, Trade show/convention
Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo believes that we are one team, one association and one vision. We are a group of volunteers with a common goal working as one unit to achieve success through student education. Our vision is to benefit the community, support youth and education, and preserve cowboy heritage. We strive to promote education and preserve the way of the cowboy. Area businessmen and cowboys & cowgirls work side by side to bring the community together in one working unit. Our organization strives to meet and expand those expectations. By continuing with the dream of our forefathers our volunteers will help make this association a success and improve the quality of citizens that this community produces.

Sonic Transmissions Festival ~ 2
September 14-16

The North Door; 501 Brushy Street, Austin, TX

8600 Brodie Lane, No. 1317; Austin, TX 78745
(312) 320-7471; Ingebrigt Håker Flate
Music: Jazz, Rap/Hip Hop, World Beat, Experimental
Activities: Music festival
Bringing world-class Jazz, World, Hip Hop, Fusion and Avant-Garde artists to Austin, the Sonic Transmissions Festival is at the forefront of cutting edge music and audience experiences. Experiment! Experience! Inspire!

El Grito De Independencia Cultural Celebration
September 15

Pioneer Event Center; 1025 West Pioneer Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX

Hispanic Heritage Ambassadors DFW
Mary Dominguez-Santini CWEP
613 Thornwood Trail; Grand Prairie, TX 75052
(972) 480-7501
Music: Latin/Spanish, Regional Mexican
Activities: Music festival
Traditional El Grito event, reenactment of the Cry of Dolores by Father Miguel Hidalgo, marking Mexico and Latin America celebrating independence day, traditional dances, culinary tasting, proclamation, great family event

Tri-State Fair & Rodeo
September 15-23

Tri-State Fairgrounds; 3301 South East 10th Street, Amarillo, TX

Amarillo Tri-State Exposition
Virgil Bartlett
3301 South East Tenth Avenue; Amarillo, TX 79104
(806) 376-7767
Music: Country, Cowboy, Pop, Rock, Tejano
Activities: Awards show, County fair, Rodeo, Trade show/convention
Annual family event that encompasses the Texas Panhandle and parts of New Mexico and Okloahoma. Livestock shows, vendeors, 4-H and FFA competitions along with 4 nights of rodeo and 4 nights of live music. Concerts are held outdoors.

Wind Energy Capital of Texas Cook-Off & Festival
September 15-17

Santa Fe Park; McCamey, TX

McCamey Chamber of Commerce
Ramon Venegas, Director
P.O. Box 906; McCamey, TX 79752
(432) 652-8202
Music: Americana, Country, Rock
Activities: Music festival, BBQ cookoff, 5K Run
Come get your taste of West Texas! Competitive BBQ cookers and live music, food trailers and vendors fill McCamey’s tree-lined Santa Fe Park at annual Wind Energy Capital of Texas Cook-Off. This family-friendly BBQ and Music Festival offers activities for kids, as well as Hot Dog and Jalapeno eating contests (for the brave). BBQ Teams set-up on Friday, Saturday heats up with a 5K & Fun Run in the morning, and keeps cooking with waterslides, horseback rides, washer tourneys and fun for families, and DJs. BBQ competition awards presentation in the afternoon. Saturday evening, chill out in the Park, enjoy night shopping and great food. Join us for a street dance with live performances by popular Texas bands on the Historic Santa Fe Depot Stage.

The Garage Birthday Bash
September 16

The Garage; 1110 North Main Street, Fort Stockton

The Garage CMM LLC
Renee Gaylor
1110 N Main Street; Fort Stockton, TX 79735
(432) 701-0588
Music: Country, Folk/Acoustic, Metal, Punk, Rock, Rockabilly
Activities: Music festival
All day live music venue featuring a wide variety of music styles, free to attend!

Agapefest
September 18-20

Outdoor in park; Jefferson, TX

KING Country Radio
Glorya Wilson
5904 South Cooper, Suite 104-207; Arlington, TX 76017
(817) 240-5970
Music: Bluegrass, Classical, Country, Jazz, Rock
Activities: Awards show, Music festival, Singing contests, Songwriting contests, Arts & Crafts
This free four day event will be held on an outdoor stage with indoor entertainment in area restaurants. The Agapefest will feature some of the greatest Christian Country Gospel Artists. There will be special events throughout the four days as well as seminars for aspiring song writers and performers. A beautiful small town setting will make this a perfect week end to come to East Texas.

Larry Joe Taylor’s Rhymes & Vines Music Festival and Home Brew Contest ~ 2
September 20-23

Melody Mountain Ranch; 1290 Private Road 707 Stephenville, TX 76401

Melody Mountain Ranch, Inc.
Zack Taylor
4217 County Road 423; Stephenville, TX 76401
(254) 968-8505; (254) 968-8505
Music: Country, Rock
Activities: Music festival, Homebrew competition
Larry Joe Taylor’s annual Rhymes and Vines Music Festival includes three days of original acoustic and band music. Attendance is approximately 5000 and plenty of onsite camping is available. Visit our web site for updates on camping, prices, and artist lineup “http://www.larryjoetaylor.com/.

Panhandle South Plains Fair
September 22-30

The Panhandle-South Plains Fairgrounds; 1012 Avenue A

Panhandle South Plains Fair Association
Herbert F. Higgs, Jr. C.F.E.
P.O. Box 208; Lubbock, TX 79408
(806) 763-2833
Music: Country, Rock, Tejano
Activities: County fair
The Panhandle South Plains Fair is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)5 organization which operates as a regional fair for the purpose that all fairs exist, which is, the promotion of Agriculture and Livestock Production, the support of Youth and Education, and to provide an entertainment venue for the people in our trade area. The Fair is a member of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, Texas Association of Fairs and Expositions, the Outdoor Amusement Business Association, and the North American Livestock Show & Rodeo Manager’s Association.

River Oaks Chamber Orchestra Season
September 22-23, October 8, 10, November 2, 11, 19, 30

Miller Outdoor Theater; 6000 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX

ROCO – River Oaks Chamber Orchestra
3733-1 Westheimer Road, No. 1029; Houston, TX 77027
(713) 665-2700
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) announces its 2017–18 season, themed “Cultivate Curiosity,” with a lineup of concerts and collaborations that appeal to lifelong learners and anyone who loves to explore new and exciting worlds. ROCO continues its tradition of co-creating with nine world premiere commissions. Five new composers to ROCO will be featured on the orchestra’s “In Concert” series, which features the full 40-person chamber orchestra. Pieces based upon John F. Kennedy and Houston punk band The Hates are just two examples of what to expect from Michael Gandolfi, Paul Lansky, Dan Visconti and Mark Buller. Three inventive world premiere commissions will be showcased as part of ROCO’s “Unchambered” concerts, which take place in a more intimate setting. Paul English, Kevin Lau and Alyssa Morris write pieces inspired by jazz and Disney for soloists or small ensembles from within the chamber orchestra. Marcus Maloney rounds out the commissions for the annual Musical and Literary Ofrenda at Lawndale Art Center. ROCO IN CONCERT: “TO THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUMMER” Friday, September 22, 2017, 8 p.m. Miller Outdoor Theater, 6000 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX Saturday, September 23, 2017, 5 p.m. The Church of St. John the Divine, 2450 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, TX

Utopiafest
September 22-24

Four Sisters Ranch; 1555 Lemond Road, Utopia, TX

Onion Creek Productions
Aaron Brown
2708 South Lamar Blvd., No 400; Austin, TX 78704
(512) 291-6991
Music: Bluegrass, Folk/Acoustic, Rock
Activities: Music festival
UTOPiAfest is a unique two-day camp out festival offering mind-blowing musical performances and West Texas Hill Country sunsets. Presented in a natural amphitheater on the 1,000-acre Four Sisters Ranch (between Garner State Park and Lost Maples), UTOPiAfest is a true alternative to the large multiple-stage festivals that often favor quantity over a quality audience experience. With a single main stage, fans can enjoy full sets by world-touring bands from a variety of genres – rock, bluegrass, Americana, indie, folk, Latin, and a splash of Japanese punk.

Austin Chamber Music Center – 2017-2018 Season: Dal Segno
September 23

First Presbyterian Church; 8001 Mesa Drive, Austin, TX

Austin Chamber Music
Michelle Schumann
7600 Burnet Road, Suite 190; Austin, TX 78757
(512) 454-0026
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
Austin Chamber Music Center produces a full year of engaging and eclectic chamber concerts that tempt a variety of musical interests and sways. Led by Artistic Director, Michelle Schumann, programs are designed to engage beyond the concert hall and to personally interact with music lovers from across Austin’s diverse communities. September 22-23, 2017, 7:30 p.m.: Virgo Veritas with music by Dvorak, Amy Beach, and Gershwin. Admission costs: Intimate concerts, Home concerts; General Admission: $80; Synchronism concerts: $27-45, General Admission: $27.

Evenings With the Songwriter ~ 2
September 26, October 31, November 28

Eugene Clark Library; Lockhart, TX

Evenings With the Songwriter
P.O. Box 82; Lockhart, TX 78644
(512) 376-0340
Music: Folk/Acoustic
Activities: Concert season
Hosted by Fletcher Clark the last Tuesday of each month, this series is free to the public as these artists present the art and craft of their songwriting. Evenings With The Songwriter is back for their 7th Season in 2017. Featuring Dan Weber on January 31, Bernice Lewis and Ken Gaines on February 28, Shelly King on March 28, Sarah Pierce on April 25, Bill Oliver, Paul Pearcy and Beth Galiger on May 30, Walt Wilkins on June 27, Mo McMorrow on July 25, Craig Hillis on August 29, Bianca De Leon & Butch Morgan on September 26, Freddie Krc on October 31, and Claudia Nygaard on November 28. Host Fletcher Clark says, “This is not strictly a performance, nor interview, nor song swap, nor workshop – the program incorporates all these, exploring the art and craft of songwriting.”

Red River Valley Fair
September 27-30

Paris and Lamar County Fairgrounds; Sixth Street and Center Street

Red River Valley Fair Association
Rita Jane Haynes, Executive Director
570 East Center Street; Paris, TX 75460
(903) 785-7971; (903) 783-1111
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Rock
Activities: County fair
The Red River Valley Fair includes a carnival, livestock show, live entertainment, a chili cookoff, children’s barnyard, community contests such as antique tractor exhibit, food, clowns, and family entertainment. A different group performs each evening on the outdoor stage which includes Gene Watson and The Plain Label Band. There is also a showcase of agriculture, a home & garden showcase, commercial exhibits, and community exhibits. Aq-Venture, Pre-School Day, and Senior Citizens Day.

Southwest Regional Folk Alliance Conference
September 27 – October 1

Holiday Inn Austin Midtown; 6000 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX 78752

Southwest Regional Folk Alliance
Dalis Allen
P. O. Box 291466; Kerrville, TX 78029
(830) 257-3600
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Folk/Acoustic, Regional Mexican
Activities: Music festival, Songwriting contests, Trade show/convention
We have open mics, Official Showcases, In Room showcases, and seminars and panels that address many facets of the music business: booking and tour planning, agents and managers, music law, the internet, getting airplay, studio know how, song sharing and discussion, wellness while on the road, and looking for alternate ways to get our music to the world, such as in schools and films. We eat meals together and form wonderful new relationships and renew old ones. And we are certain to have fun! Artists, managers, agents, venue operators as well as folks who come to listen enthusiastically are all encouraged to attend. Please join us this year!

Galveston Bay Songwriters Festival ~ 2
September 28 – October 1

T-Bone Tom’s, Tookies Seafood, Cabo Bar & Grill

Pirates and Poets
Jon Burns
P.O. Box 968; Kemah, TX 77565
(281) 549-2872
Activities: Music festival
The popular Gulf Coast communities of Kemah and Seabook will turn into a music mecca this fall when the inaugural Galveston Bay Songwriters Festival takes place Sept. 28 through Oct. 1. The four-day event will feature numerous free songwriter-in-the-round sessions at various sites, plus ticketed shows featuring nationally known headliners David Lee Murphy and Radney Foster on Saturday, Sept. 30 and Sunday, Oct. 1, respectively. The event kicks off at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, with a tribute to iconic Texas-born songwriter Guy Clark featuring Grammy-winning album producer and writer Tamara Saviano, author of Without Getting Killed or Caught: The Life and Music of Guy Clark, plus various artists, at the Kemah Community Center, 800 Harris Ave. Texas native Foster, whose hits include “Nobody Wins” and “Just Call Me Lonesome,” will perform at 7 p.m. in the Kemah City parking lot, 604 Bradford Ave.; Murphy, whose top 10 songs include “Dust on the Bottle,” “Every Time I Get Around You” and “Loco,” will perform at 7:30 p.m. in the same location. Tickets are $35 for reserved seats and $20 for general admission and will be available starting April 8 at galvestonbaysongwriters.com. A portion of the festival’s proceeds will benefit Angels in Tropical Shirts, which raises funds for cancer support and research organizations.“We’re excited to launch this project and offer a really unique experience,” says founder Jon Burns, who has produced the Pirates & Poets Songwriter Invitational in Port Aransas, Texas, for seven years. “The Galveston Bay Area has never had an event like this, where original music is placed front and center. We think the festival will attract music fans from across the country, who will not only experience great music, but gain exposure to our many attractions, including Space Center Houston, the Kemah Boardwalk and Galveston Island.” Songwriters performing Americana, folk, country, roots rock and other genres are now being selected for the festival and will be announced soon. The festival was created to introduce songwriters from Texas, Nashville and beyond to new fans in the Galveston Bay region while drawing music fans from across the country to experience and enjoy the area’s multiple attractions.

Texas Country Music Awards
September 28

Carthage Civic Center; Carthage, TX

Texas Country Music Association
Linda Wilson, President
300 West Panola Street; Carthage, TX 75633
(903) 472-8008
Music: Country
Activities: Awards show
The Texas Country Music Association is pleased to announce that the 2017 Texas Country Music Awards show is scheduled to be held on September 28, 2017 at the Carthage Civic Center in Carthage, TX. Nominations will begin in May, 2017, and will be accepted from Fans well as from Texas Country Music Association members online. TCMA Executive Vice President, Nathan Hunnicutt states, “The Country scene in Texas is saturated with immense talent, so this is an opportunity to highlight artists who really stand out—people who are making waves in the Industry. The Texas Country Music Association is a statewide organization, so we’re producing a red carpet event that will make any Texan proud.” Texas Country Music Association Founder and President, Linda Wilson said, “I’m very excited to be producing the Texas Country Music Awards, and I know that we will be able to shine a light on the greatest talent that resides in and travels through our state. The fan participation in Texas is tremendous, so we expect an incredible amount of involvement from Country Music fans during our nomination and voting processes. For fans, this is an opportunity to support their favorite Texas artists and help them advance even further.”

Texas Heritage Music Day
September 29

Schreiner University; 2100 Memorial Blvd, Kerrville, TX

Texas Heritage Music Foundation
Kathleen Hudson
P.O. Box 291945; Kerrville, TX 78029-1945
(830) 792-1945; kat@texasheritagemusic.org
Music: Children’s, Country, Folk/Acoustic, Gospel
Activities: Cowboy poetry, Music festival, Songwriting contests
The Texas Heritage Music foundation was started by Dr. Kathleen Hudson in July 1987. The Texas Heritage Music Day, held the last Friday of September on the campus of Schreiner University, has evolved from living history to a showcase of genres of music, using stories and songs as another way of learning. More than 50 performers spread out on the Schreiner campus from 9-1 telling stories and singing songs. The event includes cowboy music, chuckwagons, Native American stories, and songwriters galore. Admission is free with grant money available to help schools in the Hill Country attend. Stage presentations include gospel, conjunto, song writing, and a tribute to Jimmie Rodgers. An evening concert with Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines will showcase Texas song writing. See www.texasheritagemusic.org for details. Food and drinks for sale at event.

Western Days Festival
September 29-30

Old Town Lewisville; Main & Church Streets

City of Lewisville
Daren Watkins
P.O. Box 299002; Lewisville, TX 75029
(972) 219-3710
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Cowboy, Folk/Acoustic, Rockabilly, Western Swing
Activities: Cowboy poetry, Fiddling contests, Rodeo
Old Town Lewisville will be filled with staged gunfights, stick horse rodeo riders, world champion competitive eaters, gourmet chefs, Old West artifacts, and the best of Texas country music at the annual Western Days festival.

Oktoberfest Houston ~ 2
September 30

Water Works on Buffalo Bayou; 105 Sabine Street, Houston, TX

Houston, TX
Music: Polka
Activities: Music festival
Oktoberfest Houston showcases German and Texas culture in one fantastic day!

World Giraffe Day

World Giraffe Day

World Giraffe Day

World Giraffe Day is an exciting initiative of the Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) to celebrate the longest-necked animal on the longest day or night (depending on which hemisphere you live!) of the year – 21 June – every year!

Check out http://www.worldgiraffeday.org/ for details and additional information!

Events Around Texas

Events Around Texas

Big-time rodeos, spectacular air shows, food and wine festivals, musical performances. You name it, Texas has it. Every month, there are many events held across the Lone Star State. To find out what’s going on near you, check out our Texas events calendar below.

Currently viewing May 26, 2017 – Jun 25, 2017

May 26, 2017

Boerne, TX

Summer Scene Movie in the Park

May 26, 2017
100 North Main
Boerne, TX 78006

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

May 26, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

May 26, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – Alzane & Texas Trail

May 26, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Boerne, TX

Summer Scene Movie in the Park

May 26, 2017
100 North Main
Boerne, TX 78006

Denton, TX

Trivia Night

May 26, 2017
110 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Throwback Thursdays

May 26, 2017
122 East Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Ennis, TX

National Polka Festival

May 26, 2017 – May 28, 2017
101 N. Main Street West
Ennis, TX 75119

Fredericksburg, TX

Fredericksburg Crawfish Festival 2017

May 26, 2017 – May 28, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Propaganda Art in WWII Exhibit at the National Museum of the Pacific War

May 26, 2017 – Aug 14, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Kerrville, TX

14th Annual Texas Masters of Fine Art & Craft

May 26, 2017 – May 28, 2017
2033 Sidney Baker
Kerrville, TX 78028

“Dimensions in Quilting” Quilt Show

May 26, 2017 – May 28, 2017
2100 Memorial Blvd.
Kerrville, TX 78028

Lake Jackson, TX

Concert Series – Alzane & Texas Trail

May 26, 2017
333 Hwy. 332
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Parker, TX

Texas’ Tribute to Elvis Festival

May 26, 2017 – May 28, 2017
3700 Hogge Dr.
Parker, TX 75002

Plano, TX

Snow White the Musical presented by the Art Centre Theatre

May 26, 2017 – Jun 04, 2017
5220 Village Creek Drive
Plano, TX 75093

May 27, 2017

Boerne, TX

Farmers Market at the Cibolo

May 27, 2017
33 Herff Rd
Boerne, TX 78006

Bulverde, TX

Tejas Rodeo

May 27, 2017
401 Obst Rd
Bulverde, TX 78163

Denton, TX

DentonRadio.com at LSA Burger

May 27, 2017
113 West Hickory Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Karma Yoga

May 27, 2017
1012 Shady Oaks Drive, Denton, TX 76205, USA
Denton, TX 76205

Star Stories

May 27, 2017
University of North Texas, 1704 West Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Fredericksburg, TX

Red, White & BBQ at Messina Hof Hill Country Winery

May 27, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Memorial Day Celebration at Chisholm Trail Winery

May 27, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

USO-Style Memorial Day Hangar Dance at the Hangar Hotel

May 27, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

WWII Pacific Combat Program at the National Museum of the Pacific War

May 27, 2017 – May 28, 2017
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

Freeport, TX

Schuster Home Open House

May 27, 2017
1130 W Second
Freeport, TX 77541

Granbury, TX

Cruisin’ Granbury Memorial Weekend

May 27, 2017 – May 29, 2017
100 West Pearl Street
Granbury, TX 76048

Hunt, TX

Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall

May 27, 2017 – Sep 02, 2017
Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall, 2229 Hwy. 39,
Hunt, TX 78024

Luling, TX

4th Annual Luling Country Fair

May 27, 2017
Zedler Mill South Park
Luling, TX 78648

Plano, TX

Sundown Cinema: FREE Movies at Oak Point Park

May 27, 2017 – Jun 10, 2017
Oak Point Park Amphitheater 2801 E Spring Creek Parkway
Plano, TX 75074

Port Arthur, TX

S.A.L.T. Water Anglers League Fishing Rodeo

May 27, 2017 – May 28, 2017
900 T.B. Ellison Parkway, Pleasure Island
Port Arthur, TX 77642

May 28, 2017

Breckenridge, TX

Breckenridge Airshow

May 28, 2017
228 PR 150
Breckenridge, TX 76424

Denton, TX

DentonRadio.com at LSA Burger

May 28, 2017
113 West Hickory Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Star Stories

May 28, 2017
University of North Texas, 1704 West Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Karma Yoga

May 28, 2017
1012 Shady Oaks Drive, Denton, TX 76205, USA
Denton, TX 76205

Wimberley, TX

Red, White & Blues on the Falls

May 28, 2017
1 Woodcreek Circle
Wimberley, TX 78676

May 29, 2017

Fredericksburg, TX

Plano, TX

Sunset at Memorial Park

May 29, 2017
Plano Veterans Memorial Park 2101 Bayhill Drive
Plano, TX 75023

May 30, 2017

Aubrey, TX

Boxcar Bandits

May 30, 2017
110 West Mulberry Street,Denton, Texas 76201, USA
Aubrey, TX 76227

May 31, 2017

Denton, TX

County Rexford

May 31, 2017
101 West Hickory Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201

Plano, TX

FREE Swing Dance Lessons at McCall Plaza

May 31, 2017
McCall Plaza in Historic Downtown Plano – 998 E 15th Street
Plano, TX 75074

Sacred Springs Powwow

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TWO-DAY NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!

Saturday, October 14th:

  • cecilOver 100 Native dancers competing for best dancers in ten categories
  • Largest Indian Market at an outdoor powwow with 50 Native arts, crafts, and food booths
  • Two outstanding powwow drum groups
  • Tiny Tots dance – all children in regalia dance to the drum
  • Native Culture Tent with storytellers, flute players, White Shaman lectures, performances throughout the two days

Sunday, October 15th:

  • shawlFinals in all ten dance categories
  • Aztec Danzantes Grand Entry – first-ever
  • Tiny Tots dance and win prizes
  • Indian Market closes at 5:00 PM
  • Native Culture Tent featuring special performance
  • $10,000 dance prizes awarded for first, second, third and fourth places

Experience the 2017 Sacred Springs Powwow that celebrates the Native American culture that has been part of the San Marcos area for thousands of years.

PRE-POWWOW SHOW: CONDOR DANZA

Sunday, September 17th:

For the grand finale of Mermaid Week SMTX 2017, we will host a Powwow Preview, Condor Danza, an extravaganza of Aztec danza featuring Mitotiliztli Yaoyollohtli from Dallas, Texas. The matinee show will include a special appearance by the Indigenous Arts Summer Camp students, and a special healing plants presentation by Marika Alvarado will precede the danza, with herbs and tinctures available afterwards. This pre-show will be part of the Mermaid Week SMTX festival, scheduled for September 2017.

SPONSORS

Our sponsors this year are: San Marcos Arts Commission, City of San Marcos, Tomblin Family Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts, Texas State University, Affordable Golf Carts. Our special co-sponsors are the Texas State University’s Hispanic Business Student Association, Sigma Lambda Beta, and Sigma Lambda Gamma – outstanding student organizations.

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Powwow Schedule               

For the powwow Arena and Native Culture Tent schedules, CLICK HERE.

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SAT/SUN OCT 14-15, 2017

TWO-DAY PASS: Adults/$8
Children under 12 years FREE

Saturday – 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sat. Admission: Adults/$5
Sunday – 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sun. Admission: Adults/$5

Meadows Center | 201 San Marcos Sprgs. Dr. San Marcos, TX

ADMISSIONS: Get your early tickets

MAP, CLICK HERE

VENDORS: Click Here

Sunday, September 2017
MERMAID WEEK SMTX 2017
Condor Danza Pre-Powwow Show
3:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Cuauhtemoc Hall | 1100 Patton Street
Admission: Adults/$10.00
Children under 12 years FREE

Head Staff:

Southern Drum – Comanche Thunder
Host Northern Drum – Eagle Point Singers
Master of Ceremonies – Tim Tallchief (Osage)
Arena Director – Bill Takes Horse (Crow)
Head Man Dancer – Cecil Gray (Cheyenne/Kiowa)
Head Lady Dancer – Hauli Sioux Gray (Ponca/Tonkawa)
Head Gourd Dancer – Dennis Begay (Dine)
Head Contest Judge – Gwen Takes Horse (Choctaw)

Directions, Map, Parking, and Shuttles

For a map and directions, CLICK HERE.

Parking will be available in the parking lots on both sides of Bobcat Stadium. There will be signs for shuttle pick-up points at the covered waiting area of both parking lots. The shuttles will run continuously from 9:30 until 6:30.

What’s a powwow?

A powwow is a festival celebrating Native American culture with drums, dancers dressed in phenomenal regalia, and Native foods, arts and crafts.

San Marcos first experienced a powwow in 1995 when the Lucky Tomblin family brought Kiowa and other indigenous people to the area.  The Sacred Springs Powwow is conducted in honor of the Tomblin Family.

Are you ready?

Are you Ready!?
By now you should have received your consignment packet for the the 10th Annual DBC Convention in August. We’ve made one small change, all consignors can submit three consignments per TX# with no restrictions. Your third lot does not have to be semen.
You can mail in your consignments or use the online form. Remember that the consignment deadline is June 5, 2017. We will be at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort again this year but take note that our convention dates have changed to August 4th & 5th.
Hyatt Regency Hill Country
9800 Hyatt Resort Drive
San Antonio, TX 78251
August 4-5, 2017
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Summer Ad Deadline

Summer Ad Deadline
The advertising deadline for the Summer magazine/auction catalog is Friday, June 2ndClick the button below to view the Ad Contract.Click here for the Ad Contract

Important Deadlines
Quality Whitetail Deer Auction Consignment DeadlineMonday, June 5thClick here for the Consignment Form!

Grand Auction Lot Donation Catalog Deadline Monday, June 12th

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DBC Wildlife Scholarship Entry Deadline Thursday, June 15th

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10th Annual DBC Convention

Book Your Room Today!
The hotel room block for the 10th Annual DBC Convention is open! In order to receive the group rate you must book your room by July 12th! When making reservations remember to tell the agent that you’re with deer breeders.
Hyatt Regency Hill Country
9800 Hyatt Resort Drive
San Antonio, TX 78251
August 4-5, 2017
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Now Accepting Scholarship Applications!

Now Accepting Scholarship Applications!
The Deer Breeders Corporation is a member-owned organization founded to benefit deer breeders, ranchers, outfitters and wildlife enthusiasts. The DBC was founded on fairness and honesty, and will be awarding scholarships to students currently enrolled in an accredited University that are pursuing an education that will lead to an active future in the deer breeding industry. The support for these scholarships is provided by the generous donations of DBC members.
In order to be considered for a scholarship in 2017, students must meet the minimum requirements and submit a completed application no later than…
June 15, 2017
Check the DBC website for other scholarship deadlines throughout the year.

Society for the Performing Arts Presents: Circus 1903, June 9-11

Society for the Performing Arts Presents: Circus 1903, June 9-11

Society for the Performing Arts Presents: Circus 1903, June 9-11

From the producers of “The Illusionists” and the puppeteers of “War Horse,” comes Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus! The most amazing, dangerous and unique acts from all four corners of the globe is a truly captivating circus extravaganza that is perfect for the entire family.