Palestine, Texas- In honor of the 100 years of Palestine and Texas History at The Redlands, a centennial celebration will be hosted in conjunction with the 77th Annual Texas Dogwood Trails Celebration, March 19 – 22, 2015.
Palestine, Texas- The sound of jazz and the tastes of New Orleans return to the Main Street District on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. during A Taste of New Orleans.
By Dana Goolsby
Grapeland, Texas- If you like your home-style cooking with a side of history, then you will love the Cafe and Creamery in the Queen City of the Sand Flats. Once a dry goods, grocery and furniture store, today the Cafe and Creamery is serving up groceries, rather than supplying them.
Palestine, Texas- Friday, January 23, really will be Friday-Pie-Day! National Pie Day, though an unofficial national holiday, is “As American As Apple Pie!” Luckily, the perfect place to celebrate National Pie Day is located in East Texas!
Mardi Gras Celebrations from Jefferson to Galveston
East Texas— From the upper northeast side of the state to the shores of Galveston Island, you can let the good times roll in East Texas!
Nacogdoches, Texas- Historic downtown Nacogdoches is gearing up to play hostess with the mostess to the Pulpwood Queens next week at Mast Hall, 317 E. Main. The Pulpwood Queens book club is dedicated to promoting literacy and good literature; it has grown from six members in 2000 to more than 2,000 members and 550 chapters, including 10 in foreign countries. Its annual Convention, the Girlfriends Weekend will take place January 15th-17th in Texas’ Oldest Town. The ticketed convention is expected to attract approximately 300 tiara wearing, pink and cheetah print loving ladies from across the country.
Crockett, Texas— Piney Woods Fine Arts is pleased to announce a special event concert with the award-winning and Grammy-nominated Ruthie Foster on January 31st at Bear Hall.