Events Calendar for Wimberley, Texas

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Susanna's Kitchen Presents ANDREW HARDIN & JEANNIE BURNS - Sept 21st

Hardin & Burns perform at Susanna's Kitchen                  
Sept 21st
7:30 PM~10:00PM
1200 CR 1492
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.722.3316
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Hardin & Burn's Website

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What sets duo Hardin & Burns apart from the crowd...

    is the ability to combine traditional musical styles, including blues and country, with visionary, modern lyrical ideas.  When Andrew Hardin and Jeannie Burns return to Susanna’s Kitchen on September 21st, expect to hear Jeannie’s evocative, bluesy vocals along with Andrew’s inspired and inventive guitar playing.
Andrew Hardin is best known for his long association with songwriter Tom Russell.  He has performed and recorded with the likes of Jimmy LaFave, Eliza Gilkyson, Malcolm Holcombe and Joel Guzman.
Jeannie Burns lives in Ithaca, New York, and, for over 20 years, performed with the Burns Sisters, releasing 8 albums and touring extensively as back-up singers for Arlo Guthrie.
After meeting at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in 2009, the Hardin and Burns began writing their debut album “Lounge,” 2012.  Acoustic Guitar Magazine included “Lounge” on its Essential Acoustic Albums list for 2012, calling it, “…an addictive set of earthy, hook-filled melodies, stunning harmonies and graceful virtuosity on acoustic and electric guitars.”
The duo’s second collection recorded in 2014, “Down The Deep Well,” draws inspiration from rhythm’ n’ blues and country, along with singer-songwriter and pop music traditions.



  Matt the Electrician at Blue Rock - September 22nd



Matt the Electrician at Blue Rock


Blue Rock Concert with Matt the Electrician


February 27, 2017 – Having spent nearly two decades building a fervent fan base for his music, Matt the Electrician wasn't sure if a typical album cycle was the right path for a working class musician like himself. Instead, beginning in 2015, Matt embarked on a 7-inch series of releases (with digital distribution). During the course of the project, Matt worked with six different artists, mostly from his hometown of Austin, TX. On June 9, 2017, the sixth record in the series will be released, recorded with Austin's The Deer, and at the same time, Matt will be releasing a double album of sorts, The Doubles, including all of the songs from the 7-inch project, sequenced as a proper album, as well as new versions of each song, recorded with his current trio. "Over the last two years, I've been touring, often with the trio, and singing all of these songs, and the versions are different, and have evolved since the recordings," says Matt. "So I wanted there to be a record of that." Matt will continue to tour behind the double album release, including a booking at the 2017 Newport Folk Festival. The songs on The Doubles, first interpreted and recorded two at a time, are each born of the voices of two artists, each pair unified in their partnership. One version the original work, then new iterations, each echoing the intent of the other. The Doubles is a celebration of relinquishing the restraints of artistic control while maintaining creative vision. An assertion that in the human longing for singularity, we are forever bound by our codependence. "I grew up with vinyl, but by the time I was releasing music in my 20s, vinyl was dead, and I figured I would never get to hear my songs on a record player," explains Matt. "It actually kind of bummed me out. But when vinyl made a comeback, I thought, 'oh this is great, I can put something out.' And I was really drawn to the 45, the 7-inch. That was the first recorded music I ever purchased with my own money. I always loved the deliberateness, and the ceremony that playing a 45 requires. You only listen to one song, and then you have to turn the record over, so you can't really walk away, or do other things, it forces you to focus on the experience of the music entirely." Over the course of the 7-inch project, Matt worked with a varied group of artists on each release - Bluegrass band,Wood & Wire; electronic folk artist Little Brave; ethereal indie-folk songwriter Dana Falconberry; free jazz/folk guitarist and songwriter Wilson Marks: husband & wife songwriters and producers Paul Curreri & Devon Sproule; and heady altfolk band The Deer. "Each band brought their own ideas and vibe to the recording process, and it was such an inspiring experience to soak in all these different sounds and ways of playing music, and it definitely changed the way I was writing throughout the project," Matt says. "And, as it turned out, it even influenced the makeup of my current touring band, which is a vocal-centric trio, featuring Seela, who has sung with me for years, and Little Brave (Stephanie Macias) who I recorded the second 7-inch with."

Live Concert @ 7:300 PM CST, $25 + tx (100% goes to artists), coffee, tea, and desserts inc.

Streaming Video

Get ready for a great online experience, with the excitement and intimacy of live performances from beautiful Blue Rock Studio. Now, with our eighth concert season, you will be able to access performances worldwide on any Web-accessible device via concertwindow.com's exclusive Blue Rock Live channel. Concert Webcasts are produced with a live audience in multi-camera HD video, pristine audio, and include interviews and "behind the scenes" with artists between sets. Even better, it's a "pay what you want" ticket. Funds directly support the artists and programming at Blue Rock Live.

Blue Rock events are by private email reservation

Friday Sept 22nd
7:30PM-10PM
Blue Rock Arist Ranch and Studio
Wimberley, TX 78666
512.847.7440
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Matt the Electrician's Website

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Marshall Ford Swing BAnd Saturday Sept 23rd, 2017

7:30PM~10:00PM
115 Fischer Store Road
Fischer, TX 78676
281.851.5134
$15 Cash Door Donation
Gates open at 7PM - Show at 8:30PM
Fischer Haus website
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RSVP here
Marshall Ford's Website

The Marshall Ford Swing Band has been called "the perfect Austin, Texas musical experience"—high praise in a city known for its music. Named after the dam that created Austin's Lake Travis, the band channels the breezy spirit of classic western swing where "the wisdom is in the songs." (National Folk Festival)

  • BYOB - Beverages
  • On the menu for 9/23/17: Chicken Corn Chowder $5 (Cash only please) or you can bring your own
  • Family Friendly unless specified
  • No Dogs please
  • Please RSVP if you are planning on attending a show
  • You can sign up here for Concert Series Invitations
  • Camping available or Fischer Haus may have rooms available for certain shows~ (check ahead for rooms)
  • No Smoking in the Cantina when the sides are down
  • Non-smoking tables available when sides are up Tables and chairs are setup in the Cantina but you can bring your lawn chairs or blankets for outside viewing and listening
  • We typically have a Campfire Jam after an evening show, feel free to join in.... No minors at the Campfire Jam please
  • They are run by volunteers, we appreciate each and every one of you

Visit Kiss the Cook on Thursday September 28th, 2017

Two demonstrations:
10-12 and also from 1-3
"KNIFE SKILLS with ANDREW", a Hands-On Cooking Class at Kiss The Cook, Class fee $10.00 to cover vegetables. Maximum class 8 people, call now to reserve 512-847-1553 or email
201 Wimberley Square
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.847.1553
store hours
Monday-Thursday 10 - 5:30 pm
Friday & Saturday 10 - 7 pm
Sunday 11 - 6 pm
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Marcia Ball Saturday Sept 30th, 2017

7:30PM~10:00PM
115 Fischer Store Road
Fischer, TX 78676
281.851.5134
$25 Cash Door Donation
Gates open at 7PM - Show at 8:30PM
Fischer Haus website
map
RSVP here
Marcia Ball's website

The Texas-born, Louisiana-raised musical storyteller has earned worldwide fame for her ability to ignite a full-scale roadhouse rhythm and blues party every time she strolls onto the stage. Her groove-laden New Orleans boogie, deeply soulful ballads and rollicking Gulf Coast blues have made her a one-of-a-kind favorite with music fans all over the world. In 2010, she was inducted into the Gulf Coast Hall Of Fame and in 2012 into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. She's received a total of six Living Blues Awards and nine Blues Music Awards (and has a whopping 42 nominations). She's received five Grammy Award nominations, including five of her six previous Alligator albums. Always a songwriter of renown, Ball delved deeper into songwriting than she ever had in her career with her Grammy-nominated 2010 Alligator release, Roadside Attractions, creating one of her best and most personal albums.

  • BYOB - Beverages
  • Food provided by Purgatory Provisions: Chicken & Sausage Gumbo and other goodies (click for menu) or you can bring your own
  • Family Friendly unless specified
  • No Dogs please
  • Please RSVP if you are planning on attending a show
  • You can sign up here for Concert Series Invitations
  • Camping available or Fischer Haus may have rooms available for certain shows~ (check ahead for rooms)
  • No Smoking in the Cantina when the sides are down
  • Non-smoking tables available when sides are up Tables and chairs are setup in the Cantina but you can bring your lawn chairs or blankets for outside viewing and listening
  • We typically have a Campfire Jam after an evening show, feel free to join in.... No minors at the Campfire Jam please
  • They are run by volunteers, we appreciate each and every one of you

2050-12-31 More Things to Do
  Things to Do in Wimberley and Surrounding Areas

In addition to these events, there are more things to do in Wimberley and the surrounding area. Some of these are seasonal. recurring or activities. Cooking classes, wine tours, horseback riding, bingo, water related and more...  CLICK FOR MORE»
2020-01-01 - WimFarmersMarket
  Wimberley Farmers Market
RR 12 and River Road in Thrift Shop Parking Lot
The closest market for most Wimberley residents who prefer to eat seasonally and buy locally. Plenty of parking and variable numbers of vendors. Even when the vendor numbers are small, the produce offered is fresh and tempting. Home-made breads and cakes and candles are also regularly offered. A well-kept secret among those who love to eat fresh from the garden, but don't want to contend with the hassle and expense of garden maintenance in the rocky hill country "soil."  CLICK FOR MORE»
Twin Sisters Fundraiser
  Twin Sisters 'Raise the Roof' Fundraiser
830-833-5773
twinsistershall@gmail.com
6720 S Hwy 281
Chili and BBQ Cook Off, live music, silent auction, vendors, washer pitching tournament, children's activities and dance.  CLICK FOR MORE»
2013-07-28- Emancipet
  Emancipet in Wimberley for Low-Cost Spaying & Neutering
512-587-7729
Brookshire Brothers Grocery, 14100 RR 12
Help prevent abandoned, starving cats and dogs in Wimberley. Neutering your pet (or the strays who find refuge around your place) will keep them healthier and happier, and will avoid future feral generations. This low-cost opportunity just requires an appointment by phone or email. Appointments are required, click the link to arrange this for your pet or strays.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Teaxs Clay Festival
  The 25th Annual Texas Clay Festival
830-629-7975
830-833-2860
1296 Gruene Rd, Gruene Texas
The 23rd annual Texas Clay Festival will be held in the Gruene Historical District of New Braunfels on October 24 & 25 2015. Featuring the work of over 60 Texas potters and clay artists, the festival offers the opportunity to view and purchase a wide variety of pottery, from traditional to sculptural by the top clay artist in the state. Take this unique opportunity to watch and learn as demonstrations are held in four tents throughout both days. From forming on the potters wheel to hand-building to raku firing, there is something for everyone.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Trunk or Treat
  Trunk or Treat
210.619.1313 or email
703 Oak Street
Schertz, TX 78154
Presented by Schertz Fire Rescue, join the City of Schertz, the Schertz Family Y and Schertz-Cibolo Emergency Clinic for an evening of fun Saturday, October 28, 2017. Pickrell Park will be transformed into a spooky wonderland with fun for all ages! The evening includes safe trick-or-treating, games and activities, a mobile morgue, costume contest, food, and movie in the park.  CLICK FOR MORE»
2020-01-02 - Area Market Days
  Wimberley Area Market Days & Farmers Markets

Farmers markets, flea markets, arts and crafts shows, trade days, and pick-your-own farms... around Wimberley and the Wimberley area. Check out these Market Day guides with resources for locally grown food and recycled treasures every week of the year, including featured vendors and products.  CLICK FOR MORE»


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