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Things To Do in Texas This Weekend: March 30-April 1

Written by , published March 26, 2018

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Flowers, antiques, and a medieval renaissance fair usher in the month of April.

Round Top Antique Weeks

Round Top: Through April 8 
This twice-a-year tradition features hundreds of dealers from across the United States and the world, who spend the year combing the globe for the most extraordinary array of antiques this world has to offer. For some it is a bucket list item, for some it is a tradition, but for all it is an experience that cannot be matched. 

South Texas State Fair

Beaumont: March 22-April 1
This annual fair at the Ford Park Event Center features a carnival and a kids fun zone where young fair goers can ride camels and horses as well as get up-close and personal with animals at the petting zoo. The Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association showcases the country's top cowboys and cowgirls at the YMBL Championship Rodeo while locals present their masterpieces at the School Art, Quilt, and Photo Show. 

Cirque Éloize: Saloon

Austin: March 29-30
In the middle of the desert, a town comes to life. The infectious energy of folk music and strains of fiddle set the tone for an acrobatic comedy that sweeps spectators away in a mad flurry. Over the past 24 years, Cirque Éloize has travelled the planet with its 11 shows and hundreds of special events, and now it comes to Texas at the The Long Center for the Performing Arts. Some 3 million people in 50 countries have been charmed by the originality, intimacy, energy, and poetry of its creations.

Cajun Cookoff

Jonestown: March 31
This free festival offers good cajun food and music at Jones Brothers Park.

Easter at the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm

Stonewall: March 31
Celebrate Easter with a traditional 1915 German farm family at the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site. Natural-dyed Easter eggs, lamb cake, and grass nests as made by the early settlers. 

Avalon Faire

Kilgore: March 31-April 29
This medieval renaissance and pyratical adventure is conveniently nestled in the heart of East Texas. 

Rose City Artisans & Flower Market at the Goodman

Tyler: March 30-31
Purchase an original oil on canvas, a wooden toy, or a beautiful ceramic vase; plan out your flower garden for the year with roses, daylilies, and orchids, as well as a sculpture or two at this annual open-air market. Enjoy live entertainment and concessions, plus tours of the Goodman Museum will be available throughout the event.

Western Weekend Rodeo & Parade

Woodville: March 30-31
Trail rides, rodeo, and a parade topped with a Western dance, all sponsored by the Woodville Lion's Club. 

LaBahia Antiques

Burton: March 30-April 7
Dealers across the country will provide antiques, collectibles, vintage, and repurpose items at this show at LaBahia Hall. Free admission and parking. 

Azalea & Spring Flower Trail

Tyler: Through April 1 
The 59th annual event features mile after mile of blooming azaleas, dogwoods, and spring flowers—described as a floral wonderland and a photographer's paradise. Enjoy springtime in Tyler and stroll the beautiful gardens, join one of the many community events, and visit the city's offerings of fine and performing arts. 

Ennis Bluebonnet Trails

Ennis: April 1-30
Pick up a free trail map at the Ennis Visitors Center and then drive the local trails to take in the spectacular wildflower display that graces the countryside here every spring.

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