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5 Things You Gotta Do in Ingram, Texas

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Ingram, Texas is a small town big on arts and culture. Old Town Ingram is home to art studios, galleries, antique shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Swimming on the Guadalupe River is another favorite local pastime. Whatever your hobby, keep busy with this list of adventures just waiting to be had.

1. Visit Stonehenge II.

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What started as an art project turned into a national roadside attraction in the humble little town of Ingram. This homage to the original wonder resides on the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation. Find more info here.

2. Enjoy some live music at the Lazy Days Canteen.

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Lazy Days Canteen is located at Roddy Tree Ranch between Ingram & Hunt on Highway 39. They serve both Texas and Mexican Beer and Texas Wine. Lazy Days Canteen hosts Live music every Saturday night. Visit their website for concert lineups and more.

3. Take some acting lessons at the Point Theatre.

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Ingram is certainly an arts and culture focused town. The Point Theater is just one of many creative outlets. Take acting classes, or see a professional show, or both. For more info visit www.hcaf.com

4. Do some shopping at Blue Moon Antiques.

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Antiquing is a time honored hobby. For die-hard enthusiasts, Blue Moon Antiques is a can’t-miss stop. It features new and vintage jewelry, a wide variety of beads, art, antiques, and collectibles. Visit them on Facebook for more info.

5. Take a printmaking class at Johnson Creek Printmakers.

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Johnson Creek Printmakers is a gathering of the minds, so to speak. Celebrating the timeless art of printmaking, all levels are welcome. Monthly studio dates are offered at the Hill Country Arts Foundation. There are also annual workshops and continual exhibits. Learn more at www.hcaf.com
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