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APR 16 2014

Attractions Open Easter Sunday 2014

A number of Fredericksburg and Gillespie County attractions and wineries will be open for business on Easter Sunday. Enchanted Rock State Natural Area  RR 965 N. (18 miles) (325) 247-3903 This 1,643-acre park is home to the US’ second largest granite outcrop, and provides opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, rappelling, camping, and picnicking. Admission is [...] View Post >

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Restaurants Open Easter Sunday 2014 APR 14 2014

Restaurants Open Easter Sunday 2014

A number of restaurants in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County will be open Easter Sunday.  AIRPORT DINER:  155 Airport Rd. (830) 997-4999 Open 8 AM – 2 PM   ALTDORF: 301 W. Main St. (830) 997-7865 Open 11 AM – 4 PM   ANDY’S STEAK & SEAFOOD GRILL: 413 S. Washington St. (830) 997-3744 Open 7:30 [...] View Post >

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Pedernales Cellars Winery APR 11 2014

Pedernales Cellars Winery

Nested in the hills overlooking historic Stonewall in the heart of the Texas Wine Country, Pedernales Cellars has one of the most breathtaking views of the Hill Country in the region from the large, tree-shaded tasting deck adjacent to their spacious, light-filled tasting room. The winery was founded in 2005 by David Kuhlken and Fredrik [...] View Post >

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Springtime Events Showcase Mother Nature’s Show MAR 24 2014

Springtime Events Showcase Mother Nature’s Show

Mother Nature paints the countryside with color during the springtime in the Texas Hill Country. Several events in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County over the next few weekends give participants the chance to view the wildflowers and scenic beauty of the area. Plan your spring getaway now! April 4-20 — Wine & Wildflower Trail (Texas Hill [...] View Post >
Pedernales Brewing Company MAR 13 2014

Pedernales Brewing Company

Central Texans have always loved their beer – dating back to the mid-1800s when German and other European immigrants began to settle in the region. An early priority was to establish breweries so that they could enjoy the hand-crafted beers they left behind in their homelands. The Central Texas brewing industry flourished until Prohibition brought [...] View Post >

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