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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 Round Top Lighted Christmas Parade. Annual parade of tractors, trucks, horses, and wagons decked with twinkling lights. Live music, food, drinks, and holiday shopping all over town. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 " C l o v i s H e i m s a t h : A Retrospective." Red & White Gallery presents work by the late Texas architect and artist whose painting explores country life in and around Fayetteville. 4 – 7 pm. Exhibition through January 15. 102 W. Main St., Fayetteville, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 Fayetteville Country Christmas Celebration. Annual Christmas tree decorating contest inside the Old Firehouse. Lighted parade, 6 – 7:30 pm. ARTS For Rural Texas Holiday Show Exhibition Opening. Shop works by local makers, with proceeds benefiting ARTS programs. Crafts for kids. 4 – 6 pm. Held in conjunction with the Fayetteville Christmas Celebration. ARTS Ross Gallery, 114 N. Live Oak St., Fayetteville. Chappell Hill Garden Club Christmas Home Tour. See some of Chappell Hill's finest homes decorated for the holidays during this SATURDAY, JANUARY 29 Classical guitarists Celil and Amanda Refik Kaya. Performance at Festival Hill. Lunch available with reservation. Admission $30 adults, $10 students. Begins at 3 pm. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Valentine's Concert and Festival Institute Bybee Library Fundraiser. Reception on stage. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 A Night at the Theater Gala. Benefit for the Fayetteville Community Center & Performance Theater at Windy Knoll. Chairmen Joan Herring, Wendy Wilkins Burks. Seated dinner; dramatic stage plays throughout the evening. Performance by Texas A&M String Quartet. Tables $2,500 to $15,000. j o a n @ b l a c k b i r d l o d g i n g . c o m , SATURDAY, MARCH 12 James Dick Piano Recital. Experience the piano prowess of Festival Hill's renowned founder and artistic director at Festival Concert Hall. Reception and dinner available with reservation. SATURDAY, APRIL 9 Festival Hill Gala: "Prelude to the Next Fifty." Benefit under a lavish tent on the landscaped grounds at Festival Hill. Music and a catered dinner. Chairs Katrina and Mark Elvig. Tickets from $250, tables from $6,000; contact Pat Johnson, 979.249.3129, patj@ For more, see page 49. More events at WINTER ROUNDUP IN ROUND TOP annual home-tour tradition. Stop by the Masonic Lodge to witness stackable flowerpot contest and view the handiwork of the Round Top Ruggers rug-hooking group. Order tickets ($20 pre-date, $25 day of tour) online and pick them up at the Bluebonnet House and Garden Center in town the morning of event. 10 am – 5 pm. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 F r a n k M a r t i n G i l l i g a n Live. Performance by the Texas s i n g e r / s o n g w r i t e r a t B u s t e d Oak Cellars. Admission gratis. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31 Round Top Rifle Association New Year's Eve Dance. All ages welcome at this community party with live band, midnight toast, and black- eyed peas for good luck. Bring an appetizer dish to share. Tickets at Round Top Mercantile or Round Top State Bank. 710 FM 1457, Round Top, THURSDAY – SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 – 23 Round Top Winter Antiques Show. A mini version of the spring and fall antiques shows, the Winter Antiques Show encompasses more than 20 venues, and year-round stores and restaurants have extended hours. See pages 60 – 64 for information. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 Tré for the Gathering Opening Celebration. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and cocktails will flow at this new gallery filled with handcrafted home decor, gifts, and functional art for entertaining. 105 W. Austin St., Round Top, Clovis Heimsath's At the Fair, 1976 66

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