Stop and Smell the Flowers In These East Texas Towns

EAST TEXAS—Palestine, Nacogdoches, and Tyler are renowned for their magnificent blooming seasons and premier flower trails. Dogwoods and azaleas are celebrated annually during the blooming season in the three towns, and each offers unique viewing opportunities from gardens and parks, to historic districts.… Read More

Preservation Month and 2nd Story Tours Slated for May

Nacogdoches, Texas- Citizens in Nacogdoches will join thousands of individuals around the country as part of a nationwide celebration of 2016 National Preservation Month in May 2016. “This Place Matters” is the theme of the month-long celebration, which is sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.… Read More

Grass House Returning To Caddo Mounds Summer 2016

Caddo Grass Cutting

Nacogdoches, Texas- It’s time to roll up your sleeves and cut some switch grass! Caddo Mounds State Historic Site (CMSHS) harvested switch grass at the Stephen F. Austin Experimental Forest in Nacogdoches in November 2015 for the construction of a traditional Caddo grass house at the site. The next harvest … Read More

Something In The Woods

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Jefferson, Texas- Bigfoot is more than a tall Texas tale, he’s a legend who is never far from the minds of those who venture into the Piney Woods. Enjoy local lore this weekend with dinner and Bigfoot movie at Kitt’s Kornbread Sandwich & Pie Bar in Jefferson, Texas.… Read More