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Dripping Springs Farmers Market

Wednesdays, 3-7 p.m., The Triangle (Hwy. 290 & RR 12), Dripping Springs

Drippin' Dancin'
2nd
& 4th Sundays, 6-9 p.m.

Drippin' Dancin' hosts a County Swing Dance every 2nd and 4th Sunday at The Barn at Bell Springs, 4000 Bell Springs Road, from 6-9 p.m. The Hot Texas Swing Band featuring fiddle and horns will be featured every 2nd Sunday. The Dripping Springs All Stars featuring fiddle and steel guitar will be featured every 4th Sunday. Dance lessons ($5) from 5-6 with Kim & Ed. Cover charge is $5. BYOB and snacks.

13
Dripping With Taste Wine, Arts & Food Festival, 12-7 p.m., D.S. Ranch Park Event Center.

The 7th annual festival will showcase Texas wineries, restaurants, chefs, caterers, artisans, and musicians, directly benefiting the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Visitors Bureau.

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24th Annual Pioneer Day, The Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead, Founders Park Road, 10 a.m. -4 p.m.

A celebration of early Texas life, Pioneer Day is an educational experience of pioneer times featuring more than 40 demonstrators of pioneer crafts and skills such as butter churning, blacksmithing and quilting, as well as BBQ plates sponsored by the Dripping Springs Cook-off Club.

Children can experience a one-room schoolhouse, create cornhusk dolls and pet chickens and goats. Attendees can ride in a horse-drawn covered wagon around the grounds and visit the period costume shop. Civil War re-enactors will authentically demonstrate rifles and a small cannon. The day will also feature a wide variety of food offerings, folk and bluegrass bands and story-telling.

3-5
Dripping Springs Fair & Rodeo, Dripping Springs Ranch Park.

Showcasing the finest in rodeo skills, event will also feature food & drink, beer, carnival and entertainment, as well as live music and dance Friday and Saturday nights in the Special Event Room of the D.S. Ranch Park Event Center.

Tickets are $5 per car per day. Rodeo tickets are $15 per day for ages 13 and up, $10 for ages 6-12 (5 and under free). Dance tickets are $10 per show.

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The Friends Foundation 21st Annual BBQ Fundraiser, 5-10 p.m., Salt Lick Pavilion in Driftwood.

Evening will include live music provided by the Hot Texas Swing Band, a silent auction with over 300 items, a live auction, and a raffle with three fabulous prizes. KVET 98.1's Bama Brown will emcee the evening's festivities.

The self-serve Salt Lick BBQ buffet will be available from 6-8 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person (children 6 and under eat free). No ticket purchase is required to enter the grounds, bid at the silent auction, participate in the live auction or enjoy the live music.

All monies raised will be used to fund programs and services for the elderly including Our Daily Bread, a hot home meal delivery program that has served more than 24,000 meals to homebound seniors in the greater Dripping Springs area, the Lifeline Medic-Alert program, and other worthy programs beneficial to senior citizens.

17-19
Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival, Mercer Street, Downtown
Dripping Springs.

Free daily performances by singer/songwriters will be showcased on stages hosted by The Barber Shop Bar, Mazama Coffee Co., The Mercantile, and Mercer Street Dance Hall.

The Main Stage, hosted by Mercer Street Dance Hall, will host an elite headliner showcase each evening that will feature award-winning songwriting talent. All have had No. 1 hits; some have earned Grammy awards. Tickets for the evening showcases will be available on the official website.

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