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Rummel Haus Open House - The historic Rummel Haus, on the Round Top Family Library property, has been lovingly restored thanks to donations from our community and local foundations.  Come see the great work that has been done to restore this 1860's farmhouse and purpose it as an activity center for the Library's young and adult patrons and for the community.   Light refreshments will be served.   Come to Round Top and enjoy all the great German heritage celebrations that will be taking place that weekend.

October 25    10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Round Top Family Library
206 W. Mill Street, Round Top
979-249-2700
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The 2nd annual OktoBierFest features two main events.  For those interested in the craft bier scene, there will be craft bier tasting from 1-4PM in the hall. Breweries from throughout Texas  and other parts of the USA will be represented. There is a small admission of $10 to the tasting plus $1 per tasting ticket.

The Biergarten opens at 12 noon under the outdoor pavilion. Fresh German sausage from the pit, sauerkraut and potatoes will be available all afternoon.  Imported German  keg biers from Paulaner, one of Munich's most popular breweries, will be available.  The three different biers from Paulaner being offered are the Wies'n  bier, typically served at the Munich Oktoberfest, the Oktoberfest bier which is an amber version of the Wies'n and the Hefeweizen bier, a highly carbonated bier made from wheat with added yeast resulting in a nice head of foam.   Bierfest visitors will be able to buy the traditional drinking vessels from the brewery to enhance the taste of these internationally acclaimed biers. These biers are sold for $3 per serving.

At 1:45 the Keg tapping ceremony will take place.  A special keg of  Paulaner's Munich lager will be tapped to the fanfare  of "Ein Prosit der Gemuetlichkeit"! Tasting of this bier will also be available.  This is a gravity fed keg requiring the tapper to be hammered in with a wooden mallet, just as it was done a century ago. No CO2 required! At 2PM the German music begins. On "tap" for this year's musical entertainment are the Round Top Brass Band and the Enzian Buam (boys).  The Band will be playing traditional German brass band music and the Enzian  Buam will be entertaining you with the best yodeling and alpine music this side of the Atlantic. Entry to the Biergarten is FREE.

October 25    Noon - 8:00 p.m.

Round Top Rifle Hall
710 FM 1457, Round Top
979-2478-3929
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"Preserved Moments in Time, A Photographic Time Capsule" - The Round Top Area Historical Society is excited to invite you to this historic presentation of never-before-seen photos of the Round Top-Carmine area as  taken by renowned photographers Friederike Recknagel , Gustav Froelich and Robert Fulton Adams.  The photos span a time frame of 1853-1917 with the majority of them taken around 1880.   You will leave with  a greater respect for the people who helped make this area unique.

October 25    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Round Top Area Historical Society
397 E. Mill Street, Round Top
979-249-5058
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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 - 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Artists' Reception and Book Signing
October 25 - November 8th - Exhibition Dates

The Gallery at Round Top
203 East Austin, Round Top
979-249-4119
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The Winedale Singers  and Gene Hackamack, German Accordian Music - 5 pm - 6 pm
German Bier Garden - The Stone Cellar
German Eats - offered by Scotty and Friends

October 25    4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Bybee Square
In the heart of Round Top
202 E. Mill, Round Top
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J. S. Bach Organ Recital and Open House is presented in conjunction with The Gallery at Round Top Townsfolk Exhibition Photographs by Bernard Mendoza, stories by Marilyn Albert.

Performed by Alain Declert on the Henry Erben pipe organ, the program includes works by J.S. Bach:
            Fantasia and Fugue in c, BWV 537
            Choral Prelude "Schmucke dich, o liebe Seele", BWV 654
            Choral Prelude "Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ", BWV 639
            Choral Prelude "Herr Gott, nun schleuss den Himmel auf", BWV 617
            Choral Prelude "In dir ist Freude", BWV 615
 
The 30-minute recital is followed by a docent-guided Chapel Open House.

Alain G. Declert, Program Director of Round Top Festival Institute, studied organ with renowned teacher and performer Genevieve de La Salle in France. He was for 10 years the organist of the Sacred Heart Cathedral of Algiers and for three years at St. Cyril of Alexandria, Houston, Texas.

October 26    10:30 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Round Top Festival Institute
Edythe Bates Old Chapel
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129

Surrounding Area

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.

ARTS
114 N. Live Oak Street, Fayetteville
979-378-2113
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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


ARTS
114 N. Live Oak, Fayetteville
979-378-2113
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St. Mark's Orthopedics - Saturday Sports Clinic!  For Youth Athletes Participating in UIL - Sanctioned Sports Treating Strains, Sprains, Fractures and other Sports-Related Injuries.  No Appointment Necessary.  Every Saturday 9-6-14  -  11-22-14.  Registration:  8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m./Clinic Closes at 10 a.m.

9/06/14 - 11/22/14

St. Mark's Orthopedics
Two St. Mark's Place, Suite 110
La Grange
979-242-2387
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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
979-968-3104

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