4/12/2014 - 12/13/2014
Find antiques, woodcrafts, pottery, plants, jewelry, food and more. Downtown, 700 Pine St.
11/22/2014 - 1/19/2015
The largest seasonal outdoor ice rink in the Southwest is open for the season. Visitors also can wander through illuminated holiday scenes and storybook displays around the rink each evening from dusk until 11 p.m. Lake Robbins Drive at Six Pines Drive.
11/28/2014 - 12/31/2014
Take a nighttime stroll on the Colorado River riverwalk to enjoy lighted seasonal displays and music along a half-mile trail. Hours are 6-9 p.m. Fisherman's Park, 1200 Willow St.
Visitors tour a historic inn restored to its 1850s appearance, ride a replica stagecoach, enjoy period music and interpreters in period clothing, and learn about this exciting site, rich with history and culture. Fanthorp Inn State Historic Site. Tickets sold from 4:30-7 p.m. with stagecoach rides from the inn to the courthouse square in Anderson. At 579 Main St.
12/6/2014 - 1/3/2015
Thousands of twinkling lights choreographed to music on 99.9 FM can be seen every evening from sunset to 10 p.m. Central Fire Station, 4900 Blair Oaks Drive.
12/6/2014 - 12/7/2014
Includes 19th-century Dickens characters, a lighted Christmas parade and entertainment at the Eugene Clark Library and around Courthouse Square. 217 S. Main St.
Six tour sites, each in full holiday dress, from the 1851 Wilbarger House to the 1895 Bastrop Christian Church, offer glimpses into local history. Docents are on hand at each site to point out key features, recount the site's history and answer questions. Various locations.
Includes activities throughout the day at Washingtonon-the-Brazos State Historic Site. In the evening, Candlelight Christmas at Barrington Farm offers a glimpse of holiday festivities as they were in the 1850s. Enjoy old-fashioned music, dancing, bonfires, Santa Claus, Christmas readings, musket firing, cookies and hot cider. Guests enter the site at timed intervals--reservations suggested.
Downtown, 1000 Main St.
This living-history event features music, entertainment, food, crafts, games and other activities. Booming cannons, musket fire, thundering hooves and battle cries resound as hundreds of history re-enactors recreate the events leading up to Texas winning independence from Mexico at the decisive Battle of San Jacinto. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site, 1 Monument Circle.
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