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Head to the Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival This Weekend

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This Saturday, November 4, head out to the Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival in Dripping Springs. There, you’ll learn about greener living and how you can make less of an impact on the environment while you have more of a fun weekend.

What is the Rainwater Revival?

Rainwater Revival Logo

Photo Courtesy of Hill Country Alliance

The Rainwater Revival strives to foster knowledge of greener living to people in the Texas Hill Country. This event from the Hill Country Alliance celebrates living in the Hill Country while promoting environmentally conscious lifestyles. Come check out the tiny homes, rainwater collectors, and many other activities planned for this Saturday event.

Where is it Held?

Dripping Springs Ranch Park

Photo: Facebook/Dripping Springs Ranch Park and Event Center

This year, the Rainwater Revival will take over the Dripping Springs Ranch Park and Event Center. Though scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., arrive early to this popular event to get the chance to see as much as you can. With so many activities for kids and adults, you’ll want to devote the entire day to this event on Hill Country living.

How Much are Tickets and What About Kids?

Rainwater Revival activities for kids

Photo: Facebook/Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival

While you pay nothing to get in, bring some extra cash to pay for food, drinks, and raffle tickets. Local food and wine producers will sell their wares for you to enjoy but don’t think you must leave the kids at home. The Rainwater Revival has several activities for them, too. Kids can listen to child-friendly musician “Mr. Will” DuPuy at 10:30 a.m., and later, they can learn about science and nature at the many interactive activities from Science Mill, Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center, and Families in Nature.

Activities for Adults

Drew Womack will perform at the Rainwater Revival for 2017

Photo: Facebook/Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival

If you’ve been to previous festivals, the event for 2017 will come as a pleasant surprise. With many more vendors, this expanded day will feature tiny houses, electric cars, and, of course, rainwater collection. Come prepared to see new products and learn about ways you can live a greener life in the Texas Hill Country, so you can do your part to preserve this part of Texas for generations to come.