October is Wine Month & Passport Trail
All the Texas Hill Country Wineries are hosting a
Tasting Passport Trail. See our Winery Page for links to most of the
Texas Hill Country Wineries.
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All the Vineyards & Wineries Host Special Events
Check with them individually for their details
9 - 10 & 11, 2009
Gruene Music & Wine
(see this link for tickets & details)
October 24, & 25, 2009
Gruene Clay festival
Swirling wet clay, flaming hot kilns and incredible imaginations have
always been part of the Texas Clay Festival and this year is no
exception. Educating the public in the art of ceramics has been one of
the goals of the organizers of the festival since its inception in
1992. This is not just another craft show!
This year's show will feature over fifty of Texas' finest crafts
people working in clay today. The work ranges from functional
stoneware pottery to decorative sculpture. Potter's wheel
demonstrations, sculptural construction methods, as well as kiln
firing exhibitions will be ongoing throughout both days. This is an
excellent opportunity to ask the clay artists those questions about
just how a particular piece was made. In addition, each artist will be
exhibiting their latest work, so come early before they sell out!
Please join us for two days of fun and education in the ancient art of
fired clay. Admission to the festival is free.
Oct. 30-Nov.8, 2009 & Oct.
29-Nov. 7, 2010
Our German salute to sausage. a 10 day festival with great German
food, music and carnival rides. Held at Landa Park each year.
31st is on Saturday this year, and we have a
"Special" treat for you to take home with you. See our
Halloween Page tab above for all the details.
Ready for breakfast at Biscuit Hill
"Come Feed Me"