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17th Annual Theatre Forum - The Theatre Forum s title this year is The Enchanted Years of the Stage: American Voices from 1870-1930. Presenters include Vern Sutton whose area is Melodrama and Olios, and Sonja Bruzauskas and Nancy Bailey, who will analyze and perform early works of George Gershwin. Ann Thompson will speak on opera in America in the early years of the 20th century, while other presenters illuminating this crucial transitional time include director/choreographer Chesley Krohn; designer, Tom Foral; prize-winning historian, Felicia Londre; and producer, Kate Pogue.

October 31 & November 1-2

Round Top Festival Institute
248 Jaster Road, Round Top

Round Top Wine Fest

THIS COMING SATURDAY! November 1st, 2014

Wine tastings offered from 1 pm to 5 pm. You may purchase your commemorative glass at Bybee Square... Stroll from shop to shop on Bybee Square, Henkel Square Market and the shops around Town Square to taste over 20 wines.

Enjoy early Christmas shopping ~ Enjoy a fire at Prost! Fine Wine.  Live music at 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. by Jack the Sax with his delightful jazz and pop standards followed at 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. music by Luis Banuelos with his internationally renowned flamenco guitar at Bybee Square.  Outdoor games throughout the day at Henkel Square Market.

Round Top Area Chamber of Commerce

The Gallery at Round Top presents - TOWNSFOLK - The photographic exhibition and book record some of Round Tops history, with photography by Bernard Mendoza and stories by Marilyn Albert.  Townsfolk is a series of environmental photographic portraits and essays based on personal reflections from both those who have maintained their long family traditions with a strong emphasis on their German heritage and those more recent settlers who have not only made a considerable difference and set their own mark on the town, but have also assured its continuance.  To preview the exhibit and learn more
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October 25 - November 8th

The Gallery at Round Top
203 East Austin, Round Top
Copper Shade Tree presents - Santa's Knee.  Sharon Macioce is a self-taught wood carver. She has been carving the Cypress tree knees for about fifteen years. Sharon has a wonderful creative eye as she carves the Santa's and woodsman. They each have their own name and personality. She and her family collect the knees from their property in East Texas. Just in time for the holidays.

November 1 - December 7

Copper Shade Tree
102 Schumann Lane (Henkel Square Market)

Surrounding Area

Harvestfest will raise funds for another year of outstanding art experiences for our children.   ARTS provides these art experiences at no cost to the schools or students.   The evening consists of both silent and live auctions, a delicious dinner catered by the Bistro 108 and live music.  All funds go to provide money for the various visual and performing art programs for children in Fayette and surrounding counties.  $75 per person or Sponsor a Table for $1000

November 1    6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

St. Johns Hall, Fayetteville
Burton Farmers' & Artisans' Market - the Burton Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the Farmers' & Artisans' Market from 9:00 to Noon at the Railroad Depot in Burton on the first Saturday during the months of March through November.  Market items are Homemade and Homegrown by local folks.  Bring your friend and your bag and support the local Farmers' & Artisans' Market.

November 1    9:00 a.m. - noon

Burton Area Chamber of Commerce
Burton Railroad Depot
Join us for our Monthly Market Days - Fall Festival - featuring our local farmers and vendors.  Live music, Pony Rides and Sunday brunch by Chef Brian Light of Ronin Cooking!  Come experience the best of the Brazos Valley... Our market features some of the best sustainable and organic small family farms in the Brazos Valley.

November 2    11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Home Sweet Farm Market
306 So. Baylor Street, Brenham

ARTS is very happy to offer classes by Rainey - this is a special opportunity for teens to study drawing and painting in a quality studio environment with the highly skilled artist/instructor,
"Teen Drawing and Painting Workshop".  Classes will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays for six weeks.

October 8 - November 14    3:30 - 6:30 p.m.

114 N. Live Oak Street, Fayetteville
Judy A. Crowe is a painter  of the highest quality. She captures the beauty found in everyday life and conveys the "feel of time, place, or settings rather than create a photo representation."
Deborah Hill is an experimental/mixed media artists who works on multiple surfaces including canvas, paper, and hardboard. Her work includes three dimensional pieces comprised of assemblage, sculpting with polymer resins, epoxy resins, paper clay and found objects.
Come enjoy a wonderful show and celebration of the artistic spirit alive and well in our community.

October 11 - November 1

114 N. Live Oak, Fayetteville
Texas Quilt Museum has a new fall exhibit that will feature a stunning, once-in-a-lifetime display of contemporary art quilts from one of the country s most renowned privately-held fabric art collections in Art Quilts from the John M. Walsh III Collection. Click to read more!

Exhibit October 2 - December 21 (Thursdays through Saturdays 10-4 and Sundays Noon-4)

Texas Quilt Museum
140 West Colorado, La Grange

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