The Legends and Lore of Texas Wildflowers

By Newsroom America Feeds at 30 Mar 2017

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Native American lore, Mexican myths, and Texas tales imbue wildflower season with a bit of mystery and magic. Settle in for a singular story time.

Access to Washington County Ramble "Washington County Ramble"

Come along as we explore the bucolic beauty of Washington County, the birthplace of Texas. Experience life on a working ranch, remember the days of the Republic, and stop and smell the wildflowers.

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*Premiere Market 2017* Visit our free Baytown holiday festival featuring craft items, antiques, entertainment, and ice skating.

*Fort Martin Scott Days* April 2829, Fredericksburg - Celebrate Texas, experience military, civilian life on the frontier.

Also this month:

Arlingtons International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, preserving the lost art of "faux bois", the El Paso Museum of Art, a Central Texas bluegrass jamboree, the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum, crushin it at Bryans Messina Hof, Riverhouse Grills romantic ambiance, burgers at Cupps Drive Inn, stargazing and spelunking in Rocksprings, reimagining the Alamo, the wild side of East Austin, and Carrie Rodgriguez on Tex-Mex music and motherhood.

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