What's going on in East Texas this weekend? June 26-28 | Arts & Culture
Here's our weekly list of what's going on in East Texas; from festivals to live music to balloon races, there's always something fun to do.
Christmas in July: Christmas movies for kids, holiday shopping, grape stomp at the winery, live music in several locations, Annie the Musical, and much more! For full schedule of events, click here or call the Visitor Center at (903) 723-3014.
Women who Wine for Holiday Food & Wine- Varied selection of wine of the month (Sparkling and Champagne) will be provided as well as Chef Christian's exceptional holiday themed hot and cold hors d'oeuvres paired to perfectly complement the wine. Tasting notes and a brief overview of the featured wine will be provided. Cost $35 per person. Reservations required. Red Fire Grille 400 N. Queen. 903-723-2404.
Join the Cain Center for Ready...Set... Glow Run on July 27th. This is a 5k/10k evening event that is family friendly.Come enjoy the warm summer night in a colorful display of glowing sticks, necklaces, glasses, bracelets, and lights along with lots of other cool stuff! Please click here to download the registration form, or for more information contact the Cain Center at 903-677-2001.
This is the last weekend of the Kilgore Shakespeare Festival! Here's the link to website with ticket information.
Check out the website for the Great Texas Balloon Race! This weekend will be lots of fun in Longview! Friday night includes music from Cody Canada and the Departed. Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers to perform Saturday night. General admission is $12. At ETX Regional Airport.
The Longview Kennel Club will hold their 2013 AKC Licensed All Breed Dog Shows on July 27 & 28 at the Maude Cobb Convention & Activity Complex. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday and 8:00 a.m. on Sunday. Concurrently, Tyler Obedience Training Club will conduct an All Breed Obedience Trial on July 28 at the Longview Exhibit Building followed by Longview’s All Breed Obedience Trial on July 29 and continue until approximately 4PM on both days. Spectator admission is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 12 years. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local not-for-profit organization. Vendors will be on-site selling pet supplies and accessories. The public is encouraged to come enjoy the fun.For further information contact, Kathryn Beard at(903)734-6370 or email@example.com.
Lago del Pino: Taylor Heard - Friday, July 26 Taylor has a mature, unique sound all her own, but many compare her to Patsy Cline, Reba, and Shania Twain. Having come from a musical background – she began singing and claiming the stage at the young age of three, writing songs by age seven, and teaching herself to play guitar at twelve. She describes her style of music as a bridge between modern and traditional country that brings out a fresh new sound with an old-school twist. Although Taylor’s heart is in country music, she also loves to expand and explore other genres such as gospel, blues, southern rock, and anything someone puts out there for her. Music begins at 8:00
Lago del Pino: Hudson Moore - Saturday, July 27 Live performances are Hudson’s true passion. Moore and his band take the stage with excitement and perform with great enthusiasm, making each night on stage a unique and memorable experience. Music starts at 9:00 p.m.
Film Fest kick-off party: Filmmakers, independent film fans, potential volunteers and sponsors are being invited by the steering committee of the Downtown Tyler Film Festival to join them for a festival kick-off party set for Friday, July 26 at 7 p.m. at Gallery Main Street, 110 W. Erwin St. More details by clicking here.
Stanley's BBQ: LUKE WADE & NO CIVILIANS - POP/ROCK/SOUL Friday, July 26, 2013 09:PM
The Forge Bistro - 1610 FM 279 - 903-833-5970 - 7/25 Sky Smeed - 7/26 Ben Lowery & Wes Hendrix - 7/27 Matt Bradshaw & Heather Little.
Canton:Great family fun this summer when Canton Main Street hosts FREE OUTDOOR movies shown on the side of the Old Plaza Theater. Downtown Canton Texas. Movies start at just after dark ...of course. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket - we've got the concession stand for the popcorn and hot dogs! This week's movie is BRAVE.
Tuesday is Family Night at the Pool in City Park All Summer Long! 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $2 per person
July 10 through August 3 - Kidzz Kaleidoscope - Young Artists ExhibitWinnsboro Center for the Arts Complete information on the BLOG
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