24th Annual Blueberry Festival

24th Annual Blueberry Festival

NACOGDOCHES- The Texas Blueberry Festival will return to the oldest town in Texas the second Saturday in June with a celebration of the annual blueberry harvest, featuring delicious blueberry fare, live entertainment and activities for all interests and ages. The festival is the only state sanctioned … Read More

27th Annual AIA SandCastle Competition

 27th Annual AIA SandCastle Competition

GALVESTON- For over two decades teams of architects, designers, and engineers have taken their tools to East Beach in Galveston for one of the world’s largest sand castle competitions. On Saturday, June 1, 2013 Galveston Island will celebrate the 27th annual AIA SandCastle Competition on … Read More

Houston’s Own: “Gentleman of that AMAZING Sound!”

Houston’s Own: “Gentleman of that AMAZING Sound!”

CROCKETT-   Calling all Blues lovers!  Thursday, June 6th, starts off our Summer Lightnin’ Series – Tunes by the Tracks with blues legend, Milton Hopkins.  Hopkins will be performing with the Texas Johnny Brown’s Band, the Quality Blues Band, at 8 p.m. … Read More

Jefferson’s Second Annual Civil War Symposium

Jefferson’s Second Annual Civil War Symposium

TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONFEDERACY – 1863

By Jeff Campbell/Jeff In Jefferson

JEFFERSON-Since Jefferson played a key role in the Trans-Mississippi Department’s military/industrial complex, Jefferson Is a natural location for hosting Civil War Symposiums during the current Civil War Sesquicentennial. The second Annual Civil War Symposium … Read More

Hiking Through History at Mission Tejas State Park

Hiking Through History at Mission Tejas State Park

By Dana Goolsby

WECHES- What Mission Tejas State Park lacks in size and amenities it certainly makes up for in history. Located on the El Camino Real, Texas Highway 21, between Alto and Crockett, the 363-acre park marks the historic location of … Read More