Things to Do

Hill Country Happenings: May 7-13, 2017

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April showers bring May flowers and plenty to see and do in our Hill Country picturesque towns. Catch a home tour full of decorating ideas to take away. Take in a festival, antique show, and tournament or participate in a fundraiser for a great cause.

Great music, good food and plenty of art to stroll and admire along the path of our beautiful cities. You may even see a favorite actor and his band. Don’t forget Mother’s Day is around the corner and there’s plenty to do to start celebrating her early, too. Enjoy the moments this week has ready for you to embrace.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Tour of Homes
Photo: Facebook/The Heritage Association of San Marcos

Heritage Home Tour 2017 Enjoy touring beautiful homes with stunning decorating ideas that capture the essence of the perfect room of your dreams? Then you don’t want to miss this historic tour in its 42nd year. “The Magic of Interior Design” will include five inspiring private homes* plus a Designer Showcase home (located at 804 Burleson Street). In addition, Heritage is partnering with our huge new neighbor, the over-55 community Kissing Tree, and tour-goers can view eight stunning contemporary display homes,” shares its website. May 6-7, 2017 from 12-5 p.m. Tour headquarters is the Charles S. Cock House Museum at the corner of Hopkins and C.M. Allen streets. If you purchase tickets in advance, drop by the Cock House on tour days beginning at 10 a.m. to exchange your email receipt for a wristband, map, and brochure. Day-of-event tickets ($30) will also be available at the Cock House states their website.

4th Annual “Tour The Talent” Studio Tour 2017 May 6-7th, 2017 from  11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Featuring five studios and 20+ artists. Support the arts and enjoy the talented artist of the Hill Country and be inspired by their creativity and unique pieces. Come see as the artist “pool their talents to unite, foster, educate, discover, promote and advance themselves and their community through art,” shares its website. Free admission. Pick up a tour map at the art studios. Dripping Springs, 4000 Bell Springs Road.