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Round Top Summer 2023

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M arket Hill has doubled its retail space by fleshing out a second plot of land adjacent to the original shopping venue with a new building, scheduled to open in time for the fall show. "We had a lot of demand MARKET HILL DOUBLES DOWN for more space," says owner and vendor Paul Michael, who notes that the new Market Hill venue has been completely rented out for the fall show, scheduled for October 14 – 28. The new 125,000-square-foot space is a mirror image of the original Market Hill structure, with a few adjustments. For example, the breezeways in the new building are glassed in and can be closed off during uncooperative weather — a lesson learned from the original structure. Some showrooms in both buildings will be open year-round, while others are seasonal. During the shows, the second building will also have its own restaurant and bar. Of course, parking has doubled to accommodate the new structure, whose vendors have not yet been disclosed; visit for updates. Candice Cowin who have had surgery or other medical issues. Memberships to The Halles Gym start with a free assessment, including body mass index (BMI) measurement and personalized workout plans. Need gym access during the shows only? Sign up for a one-month membership or day pass. There are no sign-up or cancellation fees. Head to the website to join. Once registration is complete, you'll receive an email from Kisi with instructions for downloading the app, which grants entry after signing in. Tap your smartphone on the reader at the entrance, and the door unlocks. Gate access to The Halles is provided upon request. The gym is accessible to members daily from 5 am to 11 pm. Classes offered Thursday through Sunday and include classes for ages 50-plus. All members can view and book classes and training sessions through the website. The Halles Gym, 1465 N. Texas 237, Round Top, thehallesgym. com. Candice Cowin SEPTEMBER September 16 – October 21 Second Biennial Fayetteville Clay Invitational. Re d & Wh i t e Gallery highlights the clay creations of more than 14 artists from San Antonio, S a n M a r c o s , Wimberley, New Braunfels, Blanco, Kyle, and Fayetteville. Exhibit opening Saturday, September 16, 4 to 7 pm. 102 W. Main, Fayetteville, OCTOBER October 12 – 29 Round Top Fall Antiques & Design Show. More than two weeks of antiques and design in barns, pavilions, tents, and in the fields. Hundreds of dealers and thousands of buyers and collectors descend upon our little 24-mile stretch of Texas Highway 237. SUMMER & FALL ROUNDUP IN ROUND TOP JUNE Fridays, June 2, 9, 16 La Grange Movie Nights on the Square. 7 pm: Bring the family (and lawn chairs and blankets) for big-screen viewings of family-friendly movies. Live music, food, and activities until sundown when the movies begin. Additional movie nights, Fridays, June 2, July 7, August 4 Hot Summer Nights at The 550 Market & The Mark. 7 pm – midnight: Themed event series hosted by Rockabillly Baroness with late-night shopping, dancing, and cocktails. Music by Denverado and DJ Satin Jacket. June 2: '80s Night. July 7: Out of This World Night … The Roswell Incident. August 4: White Linen Disco Night. June 4 – July 16 52nd Round Top Music Festival. Six weeks of performances by student musicians and teachers at Festival Hill in Round Top. Visit the website for a day pass, performance dates and times. 248 Jaster Road, Round Top, Thursdays – Sundays, June 8 – 25 Godspell. Unity Theatre performs the musical by Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak, directed by Andrew Ruthven. Chat with the cast Thursday, June 8, and meet the director Saturday, June 17. Tickets 979.830.8358,; Unity Theatre, 300 Church St., Brenham, JULY Tuesday, July 4 Round Top Rifle Association Fourth of July Parade. 10 am: Join the community for its 173rd celebration known as America's longest running Independence Day bash west of the Mississippi. Festivities begin at the Rifle Hall with a cannon blast followed by a parade of handmade floats, antique cars and tractors, fire engines, trail riders, and longhorn cattle, all led by a brass band. The parade ends at the Rifle Hall with a barbeque feast, music, and dancing. Saturdays, July 8, 15, 22, 29 Hot Nights Cool Tunes Concert Series. 7 pm: Free live performances by a variety of artists at the Courthouse Square in downtown Brenham. Classic cars from the Stray Katz Car Club will be parked on Alamo Street. Pat Johnson's Rabbit Faces the Facts. Clowns Don't Care, 2022, at Red & White Gallery, Fayetteville

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