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Outlaws and Legends Music Fest

The swagger and self-reliance that inspired our forefathers to strike out on their own in 1836 has shaped Texas ever…

Texas Pinball Festival

Man the flippers, protect the drain, and bounce your way to Frisco with the other wizards for the Texas Pinball…

2014 Fulton Oysterfest

Oysters thrive in the brackish waters of Aransas Bay, and the people of Aransas Bay thrive on oysters.

Happy Birthday, Texas!

The arrival of March heralds not only a season of growth and beginnings, but also our great state’s birthday.

Mardi Gras in Texas

Mardi Gras—“Fat Tuesday” in French, celebrates the final day of indulgence before Lent. In the United States, the most famous…

Winedale Quilt Exhibit

In addition to providing a diversion for fidgety hands and keeping us warm in the winter, the quilt is also…

Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival

Pack your Spanish-English dictionary and head to El Paso for the Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival at Chamizal National…

On the Run: Currency, Credit and Capitals of the Republic of Texas

At the Texas Capitol Visitors Center, On the Run: Currency, Credit and Capitals of the Republic of Texas illuminates the…

Texas Regionalism at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

In 1932, a group of young Dallas artists captured national attention with their innovative interpretations of the Texas landscape and…

Big Bend Events You Won't Want to Miss

Don’t let the still, ancient expanses of the Chihuahuan Desert fool you—there’s a lot happening out here, from cultured art…

Cosmic Lunches at NASA

On Fridays, shuttle to Space Center Houston for a planetary power lunch—“Lunch With an Astronaut.”

Garland Remembers Dr. King

Honor the legacy and spirit of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 18, 2014 as the Garland…
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