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Houston January 15, 2018
Celebrating its 24th anniversary, the event is touted as the third-largest parade in the U.S., behind The Rose Parade and The Macys Day Parade. With a broadcast viewing audience of more than 4 million, 300,000 spectators are expected to attend in person to view 15 parade floats and 30 marching bands in honor of the man and his nonviolent approach in the civil rights movement.
Photo: Walter Albertin/Library of Congress, Prints & Photographic Division, NYWT&S Collection, LC-USZ62-122985
Edna January 20, 2018
Even if winter doesnt bring snow to the Texas Gulf Coast, Ednas Brackenridge Park will on Jan. 20 for the eighth annual Brackenridge Winter Carnival and Snow Day. Every year, the city hosts a day of winter wonder for residents who wouldnt normally get to experience the icy thrill of the season. The forecast predicts 80,000 pounds of snowenough to make plenty of snowballs, snowmen, and snow angels in the parks two snow play areas. Additionally, guests can experience two snow slides (a 30-foot slide provides sledding experience for kids of all ages, but the younger crowd can also enjoy a tamer 20-foot slide), carnival games, inflatables, a smore-making station, face painting, hayrides, and concessions. Camp on-site the night before for half-off admission.
Photo: courtesy Kevin Stillman
San Antonio Cocktail Conference January 1014, 2018
For five days in January, in the recuperative lull between New Years and Valentines Day, San Antonio hosts a smashing soiree that both raises money for childrens charities and celebrates the craft cocktail movement. Founded by Mark Bohanon (whose namesake steakhouse may be the swankiest spot in San Antonio to sip a daiquiri) and the late Sasha Petraske (the New York bartender widely credited with kick-starting the modern cocktail revival), the conference makes it easy to duck in for a quick nip of cocktail culture or stay for a weekend-long eye-opener. The conference sells individual tickets to seminars, tastings, and events, so you can join in on a little, or a lot.
Photo: courtesy San Antonio Cocktail Conference
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*Galveston Island https://www.galveston.com/holiday/?utm_source=TXHWYS&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=holiday-2017* From Victorian Christmas celebrations to the largest lighting festival on the Gulf Coast, Galveston offers 50 days of holiday fun.
Also this month:
* *Dallas:* Day 1 Dallas https://day1dallas.com/ (January 1) * *Fort Worth:* Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo http://fwssr.com/(January 12February 3) * *Austin:* Martin Luther King March and Festival http://www.mlkcelebration.com/(January 15) * *Galveston:* Polar Plunge http://www.sotx.org/events/polar-plunge(January 20) * *Luckenbach:* Luckenbach Blues Festival http://www.luckenbachtexas.com/(January 20) * *Denton:* Denton Black Film Festival http://dentonbff.com/January 2528) * *San Marcos:* Celtic Fest http://www.toursanmarcos.com/events/arts/celtic-fest.html(January 2728)
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Commemorate San Antonios Tricentennial celebration with this original artwork for the January 2018 issue cover: Viva San Antonio by San Antonio-based printmaker and artist, Cruz Ortiz. This 18" x 24" piece is the perfect way to show off your Texas pride and celebrate the Alamo Citys monumental anniversary. Buy your print! https://shop.texashighways.com/prints/prints-and-photography/cruz-ortiz-viva-san-antonio
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