In the April issue of Texas Highways
April at Texas Highways is about flowers, music festivals, Big Bend dining, and the small-town charms of Brenham, Victoria and Uvalde. Get ready for some springtime fun!
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Wild and Wonderful!
Weather conditions have been mixed for this year’s crop of spring wildflowers. But don't our treasured wildflowers always find a way to please? Take a look at the four featured wildflower drives, grab your camera and map, and hit the road!
Texas Highways and our friends at The University of Texas at Austin Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center are teaming up again for our annual wildflower photo exhibit.
Authentic Roots at Old Settler’s
Situated on the banks of Onion Creek near Austin, the Old Settler’s Music Festival draws inspiration from the natural surroundings for its annual celebration of bluegrass, folk, Americana and roots-rock music.
“Quaint” doesn't quite do the job when describing Uvalde. Sure, there’s the old-fashioned soda fountain with historical coffee prices (46 cents), but there’s also fashionable shopping, notable eats, and nearby river recreation.
Fiddlers frolic in Hallettsville, strawberries take over Poteet, and Dallas celebrates cinema, plus 151 other fun things to do in April.
For a searchable list of all Texas happenings, go to the Texas Highways Events page.
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