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Annual Johnson City Lights Spectacular

Johnson City flips the switch on its annual Lights Spectacular November 28, turning on more than 100,000 lights that drape…

Stories of a Workforce: Celebrating the Centennial of the Houston Ship Channel

The Houston Ship Channel opened 100 years ago this November, connecting the Port of Houston and the Gulf of Mexico…

Made in Texas: Art, Life & Culture 1845-1900

At the Beeville Art Museum, Made in Texas: Art, Life & Culture 1845-1900 transports visitors to 19th-Century Texas with a…

2014 Texas Renaissance Festival

Join the lords and ladies for the 40th annual Texas Renaissance Festival in Todd Mission. Located six miles northwest of…

Meet Your Texas Makers: Events

If the “Made in the USA” stamp is hard to find, products made in Texas may seem even more elusive.…

Get Spooked in Houston

Capitalizing on its naturally spooky atmosphere, the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston is holding a series of special…

2014 State Fair of Texas

Even if you weren’t born in Texas, the State Fair of Texas will make you feel like a native in…

Inaugural EnPleinAirTEXAS

Taking its name from the French expression for painting “in the open air,” the inaugural EnPleinAirTEXAS in San Angelo (Oct.…

Delicate Balance: Metamorphosis of the Monarch Butterfly

Theresa DiMenno first noticed the plump caterpillars in her backyard a few years ago, voraciously eating newly sprouted milkweed plants.

Grapevine's GrapeFest

Prepare to pop a cork in historic downtown Grapevine for GrapeFest, which bills itself as the largest wine festival in…

LilyFest 2014

Waterlily cultivators and enthusiasts will converge on San Angelo on Sep. 20 for LilyFest 2014, a celebration of the floating…

Big Bend Pioneer Honored

A public event Sep. 27 will recognize an influential figure in the economic development of the area. Historians and family…
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