Event Calendar For April 2017
Royers Round Top Cafe Concert & Dinner|
Thurs, April 6th
Royers Round Top Cafe Concert & Dinner
What an amazing night this will be! Hear great music by Radney Foster and Kyle Hutton on Thursday, April 6th as you enjoy a family style dinner with sophisticated comfort food provided by Royers Cafe in the field behind Royers Pie Haven on Henkel Square.
Dinner: 6:00pm in the field behind Royers Pie Haven
Concert: 8:00pm under the big oak trees and Texas starry night skies
**Pie and coffee at Royers Pie Haven (not included in ticket price)
Y'all come out and enjoy an awesome night of food, music and fellowship!
Field behind Royers Pie Haven on Henkel Square
Eat, Drink & Be Local!|
Fri, April 7th
Prost On Block 29 invites you to Eat, Drink & Be Local!
Every 1st Friday of the month, we will have a guest culinary cater. Wine, sangria and beer will be served.
Gourmet pizza with Nancy & Chuck Sullivan of Texas Pizza Wagon - TBA pizza after the show.
Pizzas are $15.00/each
Prost on Block 29
Piano Duo: Elena Martin & Jose Meliton|
Sat, April 8th
Playing in Perfect Synchronization with Hypnotic Poetry!
Returning to the Festival Concert Hall stage, Spanish-born duo pianists Elena Martin and Jose Meliton have been hailed by critics and audiences alike as one of the most compelling talents of their generation. Performing Spanish two-piano music, their "playing in perfect synchronization and with hypnotic poetry" (John Salmon, American Music Teacher's Magazine, USA) has gained them international recognition. The Martin-Meliton Duo has received enthusiastic acclaim as guest artists in festivals, concerts, master classes and workshops in more than thirty states in the U.S. as well as in fine halls throughout the world.
Adult $25. Student $10. General seating. Concert tickets will be held at will call on the West side of the concert hall. Doors open 1 hour prior to the concert.
Overnight accommodations are available on campus for this concert weekend.
Office/Information/Room Reservations: 979-249-3129
Round Top Festival Institute
The Round Top Area Historical Society|
Sat, April 8th
The Round Top Area Historical Society invites you to visit our museums every second Saturday! Check out their webpage for photos and more information about this organization and historical community as well as upcoming events at the link below.
The Round Top Area Historical Society (behind Post Office)
Open Mic Poetry Night|
Thurs, April 20th
CALLING ALL POETS! THE SECOND OPEN MIC POETRY NIGHT!!
April is National Poetry Month--come read one of your poems aloud! Open to youth and adult poets, emerging and established writers. Community, please show your support by attending this free, fun event back by popular demand.
There will be a reception to follow the readings.
Poets, please contact Laura Guidry at: 713-408-6411
email: email@example.com to sign up.
Round Top Family Library
Poetry At Round Top|
Fri, April 21st-23rd
Save the date for the 16th annual Poetry At Round Top!
**Friday, April 21st - Sunday April 23rd**
Poetry at Round Top is an annual festival presenting the nation's most exciting and prominent poets over three days of readings, workshops, and conversations on craft.
Featured Poets include: Vijay Seshadri, Cornelius Eady, Natalie Diaz, Octavio Quintanilla, Wendy Barker, J. Scott Brownlee, Barbara Crooker, Lisa Olstein and Sheila Fiona Black.
Musical Program: John Mills
Workshop Descriptions: Full descriptions for the optional workshops are posted at Poetry at Round Top/Workshops. Workshops may be booked when online registration opens in February.
Round Top Festival Institute
Rick Hodgins - The Classic Still Life Oil Painting Workshop|
Wed, April 26th-28th
Rick Hodgins - The Classic Still Life Oil Painting Workshop
Rick Hodgins was born in1944 in Holdenville, OK and now resides at Lake Travis in the Hudson Bend area with his wife, Sherron.
He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, earning a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1967. He still sits on the Advisory Board of Electrical Engineerig School at OU. He then spent seven years working as an advisor to the Navy while working with Admiral Rickover. He received Entrepreneur of the Year in Oklahoma in 1992. Today he is Director of Emergent Technologies and Chairman of the Board of TexArts Foundation. he enjoys a single digit golf handicap, hunting and fishing.
Rick paints in oils and watercolors. He started watercolor under the tutorage of Gerald Brommer of California. He has also studied with Arne Westerman, Harold Phenix, Sonya Terpening, Tom Palmore, Gregg Kreutz, Otto Decucker, William Shephard, and extensively with David Leffel of The Art Students League of New York. He has studied in Houston, New York and Italy. His paintings are in private and corporate collections throughout The United States and Europe.
The Gallery at Round Top