February

AUSTIN: Through April 30 SaddleUP— Texas Ranching & Tradition Jump in the saddle and experience a virtual ride with real Texas ranchers who meet modern challenges while preserving their traditions. Through photographs and video, see hard-working cowboys and cowgirls come to life as they ride, rope, and rodeo the same way their parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents did before them. Texas Capitol Visitors Center, 112 E. 11th St. 512-305-8400; texasstatecapitol.com

AUSTIN: Feb. 9 An Evening with Fleet- wood Mac Legendary, Grammy Award- winning band Fleetwood Mac is touring North America. The tour features the line- up of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie along with newcomers Mike Campbell and Neil Finn. Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River St. 512-477-6060; uterwincenter.com

AUSTIN: Feb. 9 Panic! At The Disco in Concert Grammy-nominated band Panic! At The Disco stops in Austin for their Pray For The Wicked North American arena tour. The 28-city leg features support from Two Feet. Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River St. 512-477-6060; uterwincenter.com

BANDERA: Feb. 7 Cowboy Capital Opry See some Grand Old Opry-style entertainment, hosted by Gerry and Harriet Payne, and enjoy refreshments and door prizes. Silver Sage Community Center, 803 Buck Creek. 830-796-4969; silversagecorral.org

BANDERA: Feb. 10 Frontier Times Museum Cowboy Camp Bring your guitar and join in the song circle, or just sit and enjoy traditional cowboy music. Bring your own refreshments and chair. Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th St. 830-796-3864; frontiertimesmuseum.org

BANDERA: Feb. 12 The Old Timers Trading Post Meet local artists and artisans. The Old Timer, 14178 SH 16. banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Feb. 21-23 11th Street Cowboy Mardi Gras Listen to live Cajun and country music, eat Cajun food, and participate in a gumbo cook-off, costume contest, and canine costume contest. 11th Street Cowboy Bar, 307 11th St. 830-796-3045; banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Feb. 21 Cowboy Camp
Come out and enjoy the pickers circle, and join in if you wish. Bandera Beverage Barn RV Park, 1407 SH 16. 830-796-3045; banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Feb. 23 Mardi Gras Arts and Crafts Show This Mardi Gras, enjoy an arts and crafts show on the courthouse lawn. Proceeds benefit Arthur Nagel Community Clinic. Bandera County Courthouse Lawn, 500 Main St. banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Feb. 23 Mardi Gras Parade Watch the parade’s floats, horses, cowboys, feathers, masks, and plenty of beads as you stroll through downtown. Main Street. 830- 796-3045; banderacowboycapital.com

BOERNE: Feb. 9 Boerne Chocolate Walk Join the Boerne community for this sweet event. The walk takes you through Boerne’s downtown district where you can see firsthand the unique stores, galleries, and restaurants. Boerne’s Hill Country Mile, 100 N. Main St. 830-248-1635; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Feb. 9-10 Boerne Market Days Since 1850, Main Plaza has been home to a magical outdoor market that blends the traditions of the Texas Hill Country with the creations of today’s culture. Hundreds of festive booths display everything from collectibles and remembrances of the past to modern innovations. Boerne’s Main Plaza, 100 N. Main St. 210-844- 8193; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Feb. 9 Kuhlmann-King Museum Tour Located behind Boerne City Hall, the Kuhlmann-King house gives the public the opportunity to step back in time to see what a historic Boerne home looked like “way back when.” Kuhlmann-King House, 402 E. Blanco Road. 830-249- 1033; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Feb. 9 Second Saturday Art Beat Boerne shops and art galleries are teaming up to bring you a heart-racing fine art experience. Take a walk on the art side every second Saturday of the month. Boerne’s Hill Country Mile, 100 N. Main St. 210-954-6659; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Feb. 22 Trinity Irish Dance Company A fusion of Ireland’s vibrant and long-standing dance form and elements of American innovation, Trinity Irish Dance Company dazzles audiences around the globe with its hard-driving percussive power, lightning-fast agility, and aerial grace. Champion High School Auditorium, 201 Charger Blvd. 830-331- 9079; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Feb. 23-24 Hill Country Antiques Show This antique show features booths overflowing with the finest American antiques found in the market today. Exhibitors save their best for this nationally acclaimed antiques show. Find items to add to your collection or to decorate your home. Kendall County Fair- grounds, 1307 River Road. 830-329- 2870; visitboerne.org

CASTELL: Feb. 16 Castell Chili Cook-off Have fun and try some of the best chili around. Castell General Store, 19522 RR 152. 325-247-4100; castellgeneralstore.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 1 First Friday Art Walk Tour fine art galleries offering special exhibits, demonstrations, refreshments, and extended viewing hours the first Friday of every month. Various locations. ffawf.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 8-24 Wine Lovers Trail Get tickets online to receive full complimentary tastings and wine dis- counts at dozens of participating wineries on this self-guided tour. Various locations. 512-914-5561; texaswinetrail.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 15-March 3 “Monty Python’s Spamalot”
 This British comedy parodies the legend of King Arthur and his band of haphazard knights as they sing and dance their way through an inane divine quest for the Holy Grail. Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1668 S. US 87. 830-997-3588; fredericksburgtheater.org

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 15-16 Luckenbach Hug-In and Valentine Ball Get back to the basics of love during this annual camping event with plenty of boot scootin’ in the historic Luckenbach Texas Dance Hall. 412 Luckenbach Town Loop. 830- 997-3224; luckenbachtexas.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 15-17 Trade Days Shop with more than 400 vendors in seven barns to see acres of antiques, and enjoy the biergarten, live music, and more. Across from Wildseed Farms, 100 Legacy Drive. 210-846-4094; fbgtradedays.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Feb. 17 The Trinity Singers in Concert This concert features 40 highly advanced chamber singers from Trinity University in San Antonio. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 1800 N. Llano St. 830-990-2886; fredericksburgmusicclub.com

GRUENE: Feb. 10 Gospel Brunch with a Texas Twist In the tradition of a New Orleans-style gospel brunch, enjoy awe- inspiring gospel music coupled with a mouth-watering buffet, catered by Gristmill River Restaurant and Bar. Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road. gruenetexas.com

GRUENE: Feb. 16-17 Market Days Nearly 100 vendors offer uniquely crafted items and packaged Texas foods. Various locations. gruenemarketdays.com

GRUENE: Feb. 21 Meet Texas’ Best Winemakers On the third Thursday of each month throughout the year, a featured winemaker showcases three of their newest released, top-selling or hardest to find wines, alongside a craft brew hand-picked by The Grapevine staff. Samples of food for sale are provided, and each event features live music and three prize giveaways. The Grapevine, 1612 Hunter Road. grapevineingruene.com

KERRVILLE: Jan. 25-27, Feb. 1-3 Renaissance Festival The festival features the Last Chance Forever Birds of Prey Show, The Great Rhondini Escape Artist, food, crafts, games, and more. River Star Arts and Events Park, 4000 Riverside Drive. 214-632-5766; kerrvillerenfest.com

KERRVILLE: Feb. 9 Balsam Range in Concert This award-winning band performs traditional bluegrass with a modern new- grass revival edge. Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St. 830-896-9393; caillouxtheater.com

KERRVILLE: February 15th to 17th Hill Country Acoustic Music Camp. A weekend of just you and your music with classes in Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle, Voice, Bass and Songwriting all taught by outstanding instructors. Classes in playing in groups with other instrument, lots of informal jam times, a faculty concert and a student concert. 9:00am Friday to Sunday 3:00pm www.hcamp.org 8304592120

KERRVILLE: Feb. 28 Symphony of the Hills in Concert Hear the magnificent sounds of the symphony and settle down at the wine and cheese reception. Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St. 830-792-7469; symphonyofthehills.org

LLANO: Feb. 2 Llano Trade Days
Shop antiques, furniture, clothing, jewelry, and plenty of other goods in this climate- controlled venue. John L. Kuykendall Event Center and Arena, 2249 RM 152. 325-247-5354; llanochamber.org

MASON: Feb. 2 Seaquist House Tour Tour the historic three-story Victorian mansion. Seaquist House, 400 Broad St. 325-347-4058; masontxcoc.com

NEW BRAUNFELS: Feb. 14 Marty Stuart and Connie Smith in Concert Back by popular demand, Marty Stuart and Connie Smith grace the stage at the Brauntex once again. Marty’s band, The Fabulous Superlatives, and Connie’s band, The Sundowners, share the stage for a high-energy, live show featuring rockabilly, country, and gospel hits. Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St. 830-627- 0808; brauntex.org

NEW BRAUNFELS: Feb. 16-18 North American Jewelry and Gift Show
This event is a shopper’s dream come true with beads, jewelry, gold, silver, gem- stones, handmade items, clothing, hand- bags, accessories, gift items, imported and fashion jewelry, and vintage and estate pieces. Enjoy free wine, free parking, and free hourly prizes. New Braunfels Civic Center, 375 S. Castell Ave. 830-221-4100; nashows.com/free-tickets

NEW BRAUNFELS: Feb. 16-18 Troutfest Texas The largest event of its kind in Texas, this festival brings out a crowd of more than 3,000 people interested in fly fishing and preserving and protecting cold water fisheries. Keynote speaker Chris Wood, CEO of Trout Unlimited, speaks to the crowd, and activities include an online silent and live auction with digital bidding, an on-site live auction, door prizes, great food, and local craft beer. Lazy L&L Camp- grounds, 11699 River Road. 512-560-4380; grtu.org/troutfest

NEW BRAUNFELS: Feb. 22 Red Steagall in Concert Named the Official Cowboy Poet of Texas, Red Steagall has won the Wrangler Award for original music five times and is a member of the Texas Cow- boy Hall of Fame. He is known for songs such as “Here We Go Again,” “Party Dolls and Wine” and “Lone Star Beer and Bob Wills Music.” Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St. 830-627- 0808; brauntex.org

NEW BRAUNFELS: Feb. 28 Bee Gees Gold This Bee Gees tribute band features John Acosta, who has performed in Bee Gees tributes all over the world. His portrayal of lead singer Barry Gibb is like no other. Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St. 830-627-0808; brauntex.org

SAN MARCOS: Feb. 4 Trail Riders
 The Greater Randolph Area Trail Riders make their annual appearance in San Marcos as they travel to the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Riders enjoy lunch at restaurants around the square and dutch oven peach cobbler is available for all attendees to enjoy free of charge. Watching the Greater Randolph Area Trail Riders ride through downtown San Marcos is always a fun, family-friendly event. Downtown San Marcos. 512-393-8430; gra-trails.com

SAN MARCOS: Feb. 8 Eddie Durham Jazz Celebration and Hill Country Jazz Festival From big bands and combos to individual instrumentalists, the Hill Country Jazz Festival features some of the best performers west of the Mississippi River. A very special portion of the festival is a celebration of Eddie Durham. Durham, a Texas jazz leg- end and San Marcos native, was a renowned guitarist who pioneered the use of electric guitar in jazz music. Texas State Performing Arts Center, 405 Moon St. 512- 245-3020; txstate.edu/jazzstudies

UVALDE: Feb. 8 Four Square Friday Late-night shopping, food, live music, and art. Historic Downtown Uvalde. 830-278- 4115; visituvalde.com

WIMBERLEY: Dec. 8-9 Second Saturday Gallery Trail Galleries in and around the Wimberley Square stay open late and offer great art, wine, and appetizers. Wimberley Square. 269-290-5001; gallerytrail.com

 

January

AUSTIN: Through Jan. 6 Ed Ruscha: Archaeology and Romance See works by celebrated American artist Ed Ruscha, including photographs and sketches related to his landmark artist’s books, such as “Twentysix Gasoline Stations” (1963), “Various Small Fires and Milk” (1964), “Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass” (1968), and more. Discover Ruscha’s persistent engagement with the artifacts of American popular culture, the iconography of the road, and the manufactured romance of Hollywood. Harry Ransom Center, 300 W. 21st St. 512-471- 8944; hrc.utexas.edu

AUSTIN: Through Jan. 6 “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” showcases the work of over 120 artists and designers and illustrates how African design accompanies and fuels economic, social, and political change in the continent. Through sculpture, prints, fashion, furniture, film, photography, apps, maps, digital comics, and more, the exhibition presents Africa as a hub of experimentation that generates innovative design approaches and solutions with worldwide relevance. The Blanton Museum of Art, 200 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. 512-471-5482; blantonmuseum.org

AUSTIN: Through Jan. 13 “Get in the Game” Exhibit This exhibit examines the intersection of social justice and sports in the United States by celebrating athletes who have broken barriers and spoken out for equality, both on and off the playing field. LBJ Presidential Library, 2313 Red River St. 512-721-0216; lbjlibrary.org

AUSTIN: Jan. 13 Middleditch & Schwartz Together, Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz perform a two-person improvised comedy show in which they create characters, scenes, and storylines based on audience suggestions. Every show is totally different. Middleditch stars as the lead of the hit HBO comedy series “Silicon Valley,” while Schwartz is an Emmy Award-winning writer, actor, and comedian. Paramount Theater, 713 Congress Ave. 512-472- 5470; austintheatre.org

AUSTIN: Through Jan. 27 “Rodeo! The Exhibition” Experience the excitement of rodeos from around the state with this dynamic and comprehensive exhibition. Gain an insider’s perspective on what makes rodeo an integral part of Texas history and imagine you’re in the heart of the arena with classic artifacts spanning decades, immersive multimedia experiences, tactile activities, and first-person interviews highlighting the personal relationship Texans have with rodeo traditions. See how five of the largest Texas rodeos and stock shows bring crowds and competitors from all parts of the world together, and explore the origins of rodeos and lasting legacy of youth education, community involvement, and historic preservation. Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 N. Congress Ave. 512-463-6485; thestoryoftexas.com

AUSTIN: Through April 30 SaddleUP— Texas Ranching & Tradition Jump in the saddle and experience a virtual ride with real Texas ranchers who meet modern challenges while preserving their traditions. Through photographs and video, see hard-working cowboys and cowgirls come to life as they ride, rope, and rodeo the same way their parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents did before them. Texas Capitol Visitors Center, 112 East 11th St. 512- 305-8400; texasstatecapitol.com

AUSTIN: Jan. 26 Irina Kulikova in Concert Irina Kulikova has captivated audiences around the world with the elegance, beauty, and power of her music. This concert is her Austin debut. Austin ISD Performing Arts Center, 1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd. 512-300- 2247; austinclassicalguitar.org

BANDERA: Jan. 3 Cowboy Capital Opry See some Grand Old Opry-style entertainment, hosted by Gerry and Harriet Payne, and enjoy refreshments and door prizes. Silver Sage Community Center, 803 Buck Creek. 830-796-4969; silversagecorral.org

BANDERA: Jan. 5-6 Bandera Endurance Run 100K, 50K, and 25K Run along a trail of rugged and brutal beauty where every- thing cuts, stings, or bites. Top male and female finishers of the 100K earn an automatic entry for the Western States 100. Hill Country State Natural Area, 10600 Bandera Creek. tejastrails.com/usatfnational-championships

BANDERA: Jan. 5 The Old Timers Trading Post Meet local artists and artisans. The Old Timer, 14178 SH 16.

BANDERA: Jan. 7 Cowgirl Round-up Brush off your best horse and your best hat and hit the trail. Main Street. banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Jan. 10-12 Bandera County Junior Livestock Show The youth of Bandera County show their livestock on Thursday and Friday, and an auction is held on Saturday. Mansfield Park Show Barn, 2886 SH 16. 210-260-8224; banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Jan. 13 Frontier Times Muse- um Cowboy Camp Bring your guitar and join in the song circle, or just sit and enjoy traditional cowboy music. Bring your own refreshments and chair. Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th St. 830-796-3864; frontiertimesmuseum.org

BANDERA: Jan. 17 Cowboy Camp
 Enjoy the pickers’ circle, and join in if you wish. Bandera Beverage Barn RV Park, 1407 SH 16. 830-796-3045; banderacowboycapital.com

BANDERA: Jan. 26 Wild Game Dinner Enjoy an expertly prepared wild game dinner featuring venison in different forms, from chili to gumbo to sliders. Other game entrees also served. Grace Lutheran Church, 451 SH 173. 830-796- 3091; banderacowboycapital.com

BOERNE: Jan. 11-12 Kendall County Junior Livestock Show and Sale There is so much more than simply winning that comes from the event. Raising livestock is a fabulous teaching experience that brings families together and develops lifelong friendships. Kids learn not only the mechanics but also the underlying sense of responsibility and what it takes to get a job well done. Kendall County Youth Agriculture and Equestrian Center, 649 FM 289. 830-249-9343; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Jan. 12-13 Boerne Market Days Since 1850, Main Plaza has been home to a magical outdoor market that blends the traditions of the Texas Hill Country with the creations of today’s culture. Hundreds of festive booths display everything from collectibles and remembrances of the past to modern innovations. Boerne’s Main Plaza, 100 N. Main St. 210-844-8193; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Jan. 12 Kuhlmann-King Muse- um Tour Located behind Boerne City Hall, the Kuhlmann-King house gives the public the opportunity to step back in time to see what a historic Boerne home looked like “way back when.” Kuhlmann-King House, 402 E. Blanco Road. 830-331- 1033; visitboerne.org

BOERNE: Jan. 12 Second Saturday Art Beat Boerne shops and art galleries are teaming up to bring you a heart-racing fine art experience. Take a walk on the art side every second Saturday of the month. Boerne’s Hill Country Mile, 100 N. Main St. 210-954-6659; visitboerne.org

FREDERICKSBURG: Nov. 23-Jan. 6 Eisbahn Outdoor Ice Skating This annual seasonal outdoor ice skating event benefits The Heritage School, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the Boys and Girls Club of Fredericksburg. Marktplatz, 100 block of W. Main. 830-997-6597; skateinfred.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 4 First Friday Art Walk Tour fine art galleries offering special exhibits, demonstrations, refreshments, and extended viewing hours the first Friday of every month. Various locations. ffawf.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 18-20 Trade Days Shop more than 400 vendors in seven barns to see acres of antiques, and enjoy the biergarten, live music, and more. Across from Wildseed Farms, 100 Legacy Drive. 210-846-4094; fbgtradedays.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 19-20 Hill Country Gem and Mineral Show The Fredericksburg Rockhounds bring artifacts, exhibits, demonstrations, jewelry, minerals, fossils, and more to this 50th annual event. Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 432 Lady Bird Drive. fredericksburgrockhounds.org

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 19 Luckenbach Blues Festival This 12th annual celebration features local, regional, and Texas blues artists in historic Luckenbach Texas. Luckenbach Texas Dance Hall, 412 Luckenbach Town Loop. 830-997-3224; luckenbachtexas.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 20 Windsync Woodwind Quintet in Concert
 Enjoy a concert featuring the prize- winning Houston-based wind quintet. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 1800 N. Llano St. 830-990-2886; fredericksburgmusicclub.com

FREDERICKSBURG: Jan. 26 Hill Country Indian Artifact Show This event features a wide variety of some of the finest Native American artifacts from Texas and the U.S. including arrowheads, pottery, beads, and books. Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 432 Lady Bird Drive. 830-626-5561; hillcountryartifacts.com

GRUENE: Jan. 1 Hair of the Dog Day Enjoy free live shows all day on New Year’s Day. Gruene Hall, 1281 Gruene Road. gruenemarketdays.com

JOHNSON CITY: Nov. 23-Jan. 6 Johnson City Lights Spectacular The holiday season kicks off with the traditional ceremonial lighting of the historic courthouse square, Memorial Park, and Pedernales Electric Cooperative. The opening festivities include a street dance, a food court, an artisan craft fair, fireworks, and the Lighted Hooves & Wheels Parade. 101 W. Pecan St. 830-868-7684; johnsoncitytexas.info/lights-spectacular.html

KERRVILLE: Jan. 4 First Friday Wine Share This event is a fun way to discover new wines, people, and places of business or art. Please bring no more than one bottle of wine per every two people. Finger foods are always welcome. Various locations. 830-896-6600; firstfridaywineshare.com

KERRVILLE: Jan. 5 Symphony of the Hills in Concert Hear the sounds of the symphony, and settle down at the wine and cheese reception. Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St. 830-792-4769; symphonyofthehills.org

KERRVILLE: Jan. 11 Cowboy Breakfast The 15th annual breakfast is the official kickoff to the Hill Country District Junior Livestock show. Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27. 830-792- 3535; kerrvilletexascvb.com

KERRVILLE: Jan. 13-19 Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show Enjoy the fun and excitement at the fifth-largest junior livestock show in Texas. Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27. 830-792-4102; hcdjls.org

KERRVILLE: Jan. 25-27, Feb. 1-3 Renaissance Festival The fest features the Last Chance Forever Birds of Prey Show, The Great Rhondini Escape Artist, food, crafts, games, and more. River Star Arts and Events Park, 4000 Riverside Drive. 214-632-5766; kerrvillerenfest.com

KERRVILLE: Jan. 26-27 Winter Market Vendors from all over the state and be- yond present their art, clothing, accessories, gourmet food, gift items, and more. Inn of the Hills Hotel and Conference Center, 1001 SH 27. 830-895-5000; texasmarketguide.com

MARBLE FALLS: Nov. 16-Jan. 1 Walkway of Lights Celebrate the holidays with more than 2 million lights, 400 beautiful sculptures, photos with Santa, and more. Admission is always free. Lakeside Park, 305 Buena Vista Drive. 830-693-2815; marblefalls.org

MASON: Jan. 4-5 Mason County Live- stock Show and Expo Support the youth of Mason at a livestock show and expo. Mason Community Building, 1015 San Antonio St. 325-347-5758; facebook.com/ masonstockshowexpo

MASON: Jan. 5 Seaquist House Tour Tour the historic three-story Victorian mansion. Seaquist House, 400 Broad St. 325-347-4058; masontxcoc.com

MASON: Jan. 14 Sean Gaskell in Concert This concert features the West African kora, a 21-string harp that is native to the Mandinka people of Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, and Guinea Bissau. Mason County Library, 410 Post Hill St. 325-347-5446; mason.ploud.net

NEW BRAUNFELS: Through Jan. 31 “War Stories: New Braunfels in World War I” Presented as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of America’s role in WWI. New Braunfels’ uniquely German character compelled its citizens to respond with fervor once America was at war with Germany. On view in the exhibit are artifacts from the Sophienburg’s rich collections—posters, photographs, uniforms, and other historical objects to showcase events, individuals, and ideology from 1914 to 1919—as well as touch on the lasting impact of The Great War on America and on this German community. Sophienburg Museum & Archives, 401 W. Coll St. 830-629-1572; sophienburg.com

NEW BRAUNFELS: Jan. 11-13 San Antonio Area Vintage Guitar and Instrument Show Buy, sell, and trade guitars and other string instruments during the 10th annual event. New Braunfels Civic Center, 375 S. Castell Ave. 830-221-4011; jukejoint.com/ saguitarshow.htm

NEW BRAUNFELS: Jan. 25 The Kingston Trio in Concert The American folk and pop music group helped launch the folk revival of the ’50s and ’60s and still ranks in the all-time lists of many of Bill- board’s cumulative charts. Their hit re- cording of “Tom Dooley” sold more than 3 million copies as a single. Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St. 830-627-0808; brauntex.org

SAN MARCOS: Jan. 12 Purgatory Trail Run 10-Mile and 5K This USA Track and Field-sanctioned trail race runs through the beautiful Purgatory Creek Natural Area and Edwards Aquifer recharge zone. The 10- mile course is designed to challenge trail runners with difficult technical sections. The rigorous 5K course has a medium technical rating and is a good introduction to trail running. Walkers and hikers are encouraged to participate. San Marcos Greenbelt, Wonder World Drive and Hunter Road. 512-353- 2673; corerunningcompany.com

UVALDE: Jan. 11 Four Square Friday Late-night shopping, food, live music, and art. Historic Downtown Uvalde. 830-278- 4115; visituvalde.com

UVALDE: Jan. 24-26 Uvalde County Junior Livestock Show This event is a livestock show and sale. Uvalde County Fairplex, 215 Veterans Lane. 830-591-9040; uvaldecountyfairplex.com

WIMBERLEY: Dec. 8-9 Second Saturday Gallery Trail Galleries in and around the Wimberley Square stay open late and offer a variety of great art, wine, and appetizers. Wimberley Square. 269-290- 5001; gallerytrail.com

WIMBERLEY: Jan. 1 Polar Bear Plunge and Fun Run Brave the cold with a fun run through Blue Hole Regional Park followed by a plunge into Blue Hole. Blue Hole Regional Park, 101 Blue Hole Lane. 512-660- 9111; cityofwimberley.com

WIMBERLEY: Jan. 25-27 Wimberley Art and Soul Enjoy a series of creative workshops, classes, and experiences combined with open houses at various businesses throughout Wimberley. Various locations. 512-847-2201; wimberleyartandsoul.com

 

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