The Round Top Family Library FYI Series and
The Round Top Area Historical Society join together to bring you
Professor Paul N. Spellman!
Thursday, May 18th
Dr. Spellman will inform and
entertain with his presentation about the Texas Rangers. During the
1880's, the arrival of the railroads and rapid town growth lead to
lawlessness and the Texas Rangers were called in to establish order.
The Historical Society PavilionWebsite
397 E. Mill St. Round Top, TX 78954
Round Top - Warrenton Volunteer Fire Department Feast & Fundraiser
Saturday, May 20th
Come out for an enjoyable time and support your local volunteer fire department!
Beef and Pork BBQ
will be served at the Round Top Rifle Association Hall. Dine in or
grab a plate to go! Serving begins at 5:00pm and desserts are also
AUCTION begins at 6:00pm
RAFFLE (presence not necessary to win)
COUNTRY STORE (Sponsored by Round Top Sons of Herman, Lodge #151)
Grab Bags & Moon Walk For The Kids
**Proceeds go toward the purchase of equipment, maintenance of equipment, insurance premiums, operations and personnel training.
Round Top Rifle Hall AssociationWebsite
710 FM 1457, Round Top, TX. 78954
What is Your Online Presence & Why Does It Matter?
*Two classes available:
Wednesday, May 24th 10:30am - 11:30am
Monday, May 29th 6:30pm - 7:30pm
and Kevin with Schwaller Media Co. will provide a free, 1 hour seminar,
where they discuss the importance of your combined online presence for
your business or brand.
Everyone knows the importance of a good
first impression, and in the digital age your online presence is very
often someone's first impression of your brand. During the seminar, they
will cover the basics of website appearance and functionality, social
media engagement and how to best utilize your online presence to appeal
to your ideal customers.
Come prepared to learn, evaluate your online presence and obtain information to help your business or brand succeed online!
Teague's Tavern (located on Henkel Square)Website
105 N. Live Oak St, Round Top, TX. 78954
Round Top Gospel Brunch
us for our first Gospel Brunch!!!
OH WHAT A ROYER BRUNCH SPREAD IT WILL BE!!!
AND SUCH A FAMILY MEMORY!!!
be gathering around Henkel Hall for a little Gospel music by the GOSPEL
SILVERTONES and a whole lotta good food by Royers Cafe!
available on Eventbrite!
KICK-OFF YOUR MEMORIAL WEEKEND WITH SOME SOUL STIRRING, HAND CLAPPING,
FOOT STOMPING & FOOD CHOMPING GOOD OLE FAMILY TIME!!! MAKE YOUR PLANS RIGHT NOW!!!
Henkel Hall (located on Henkel Square)Website
10:00am - 12:30pm
201 N. Live Oak St, Round Top, TX. 78954
||11th Annual Fayetteville Chamber Music Festival|
Friday, May 12th & Satuday, May 13th / Friday, May 19th & Saturday, May 20th
**Festival Week One -- Friday, May 12th & Saturday, May 13th
Hakan Rosengren, clarinet
Phillip Bush, piano
Karl Kramer-Johansen, horn
Jupiter String Quartet with:
Nelson Lee, violin
Meg Freivogel, violin
Liz Freivogel, viola
Daniel McDonough, cello
Concert No. 1, Czech Night
Friday, May 12 at 8PM
Music composed by Zdenek Fibich and Antonin Dvorak
Concert No. 2
Saturday, May 13 at 3PM
Music composed by Carl Reinecke and Maurice Ravel
Concert No. 3
Saturday, May 13 at 8PM
Music composed by Franz Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Robert Schumann
**Festival Week Two -- Friday, May 19th & Saturday, May 20th
Hakan Rosengren, clarinet
Harumi Rhodes, violin
Dimitri Murrath, viola
Clive Greensmith, cello
Peter Nagy, piano
Concert no. 4, German Night
Friday May 19 at 8PM
Music composed by Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Felix Mendelssohn
Concert No. 5
Saturday, May 20 at 3PM
Music composed by Robert Schumann, Ern Dohnanyi and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concert No. 6
Saturday, May 20 at 8PM
Music composed by Robert Schumann, Bernhard Crusell and Antonin Dvorak
Purchase your tickets online ($15.00/ea) or at the door ($25.00/ea)
Once again receptions, open rehearsals, pre-concert talks, and school concerts are included.
enjoy chamber music at its finest in the intimate surroundings of the
Country Place Hotel on Fayetteville's Historic Square.
Country Place HotelWebsite
201 W. Fayette St, Fayetteville, TX. 78940
ARTS Spectrum Series Presents: "Making Heads and Telling Tales"
Sunday, May 21st
On Sunday May 21st, Amanda Danning, a forensic sculptor
in Columbus, Texas will present her talk "Making Heads and Telling
Tales" about the reconstruction she has done of the skulls of several
soldiers killed in the Battle of San Jacinto and how John James Audubon,
the bird illustrator, became involved.
Legend and lore surround
the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto. New research and modern forensics help
us understand where the legends come from and tell us more about the
lives of the soldiers who died there.
This talk will be the second of a series of presentations in the ARTS' SPECTRUM Lecture Series.
The talk will be held on Sunday, May 21st at 4:00pm in the ARTS building on the square in Fayetteville, TX.
All are invited to attend; this is a free will donation event to benefit ARTS. Refreshments will be served.
Come hear this extraordinary tale!
Please RSVP for a seat!
ARTS Building on Fayetteville Town SquareWebsite
114 N. Live Oak St, Fayetteville, TX. 78940