Event Calendar For July 2016

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Sam Murski Live at The Stone Cellar
July 1
Head out to The Stone Cellar to hear Sam Murski rock Round Top!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Chamber Music Concert
July 2
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Edythe Bates Old Chapel chamber works by Mozart will be performed.  Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute/Edythe Bates Old Chapel
1:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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Chamber Music Concert
July 2
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Festival Concert Hall chamber works by Gounod, Martin and Franck will be performed. Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
3:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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2016 Texas Festival Orchestra
July 2
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This evening in the Festival Concert Hall works by Dukas, Ibert and Debussey will be performed by the 2016 Texas Festival Orchestra conducted by Perry So and featuring flutist Ransom Wilson and clarinetist Pavel Vinnitsky. Tickets are $30Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
7:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$30.00

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Josh Tiemann Live at The Stone Cellar
July 2
Come out to The Stone Cellar to hear incredible up and coming singer/songwriter, Josh Tiemann!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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The Second Annual Round Top Inn-dependence Day Fireworks Jamboree
July 3
You're invited for a day filled with fun at The Second Annual Round Top Inn-dependence Day Fireworks Jamboree. All festivities will be held at The Compound and proceeds will benefit the Round Top/Warrenton Volunteer Fire Department. Activities begin in the afternoon and end with a thrilling fireworks display that night!

Activities: Red, White and Blue Adult Softball Tournament 4 p.m.; Kids Softball Game; All-American Apple Pie Contest - Please deliver your pie to The Compound 3-4 p.m., Judging from 7-8 p.m. and the winner announced at 8 p.m.; Fabulous Fourth of July Food Trucks from Cousins Maine Lobster 5-9 p.m. and James Coney Island 4-7 p.m., Beer and Wine Bar by Prost 3-10pm, Fireworks in the Fields after sunset at 9pm.

For more information, please visit the website link below.

The Compound
All day
2550 South State Hwy 237, Round Top
979-249-5294

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Annual Patriotic Concert at Round Top Festival Institute
July 3
The annual Patriotic Concert is sure to be another sellout. The Texas Festival Orchestra, conducted by Perry So, will perform many favorites by American composers, including Aaron Copland and John Philip Sousa. Pianist James Dick will join Maestro So and the TFO to perform George Gershwin's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F, I. Allegro. The award-winning Sterling Quartet, will return to the Festival Concert Hall stage with their polished rich four-part harmony to enliven the afternoon concert for everyone.

Join us at Festival Hill to celebrate American Independence Day in what has become an annual musical tradition in Round Top, Texas. Purchase tickets online or by calling 979-249-3129. Adult $45, Student $10.

Round Top Festival Institute
3:00 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$45.00

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The Black Cat Choir at The Stone Cellar
July 3
Come join us on the patio for a pre-July 4th Celebration and Live Music by The Black Cat Choir.  Doors open at 3pm!

The Stone Cellar
8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
550 N. Washington St., Round Top
979-249-3390

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166th Round Top Fourth of July Parade & Celebration
July 4
Known as the longest running Fourth of July celebration West of the Mississippi, join us in Round Top for the 166th Parade! Activities begin on Town Square, Shooting of Round Top's Cannon starts the Parade. Enjoy music and BBQ at the Round Top Rifle Hall.  Refreshments- Biergarten- Activities for the kids- Raffle. Sponsored by the Round Top Rifle Association.

10:30 a.m.
979-249-3117

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Fourth of July Parade Watching Party at Townsend Provisions
July 4
Join us at Townsend Provisions for our 2016 Fourth of July Parade Watching Party! Enjoy mimosas, shop our Red, White and Boots Sale, and watch the 166th Round Top Fourth of July Parade from the best view in town! Also enjoy 20% off our popular Howdy from Round Top t-shirts!

Townsend Provisions
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
101 Bauer Rummel Rd., Round Top
(512) 468-0580

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Fourth of July Parade Viewing Party at The Stone Cellar
July 4
Join us at The Stone Cellar to watch the 166th Annual Round Top Fourth of July Parade! Stay for an afternoon of live classic rock music by Round Top's own Black Cat Choir! Face painting, pizza, hot dogs, Blue Bell ice cream and family fun 12pm-2pm!

The Stone Cellar
10:00 am
550 N. Washington St., Round Top
979-249-3390

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Bistro Napoletana Open for Lunch July 4
July 4
Celebrate July 4th with a delicious lunch at Bistro Napoletana!

Bistro Napoletana
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
204 E. Mill St., Round Top
979-249-2021

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July 4th Henkel Square Market Hours
July 4
Enjoy unique shopping in Henkel Square Market this July 4th!

Henkel Square Market
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
201 N Live Oak St, Round Top
979-249-5840

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Round Top Mercantile July 4th Holiday Weekend Hours
July 4
Please note our special hours this holiday weekend:
Saturday, July 2: 7:30am-6pm
Sunday, July 3: 9am-4pm
Monday, July 4: CLOSED (pumps will be open 24 hours for pay at the pump)
Tuesday, July 5, we will resume regular hours of 7:30am-6pm

Round Top Mercantile
438 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3117

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Reptile Adventures
July 6
Round Top Family Library's exciting Kids S.E.E. Program presents Reptile Adventures! Danny Conner shares his love, knowledge and respect for these amazing and intriguing animals in this exciting, interactive and educational show.  You and your family will not want to miss this! Meet us under the Rummel Haus Oaks.

Round Top Family Library
1:00 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
206 W. Mill, Round Top
979-249-2700
Free

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Karaoke Thursday at The Stone Cellar
July 7
Join the karaoke fun as Denise leads us through the night!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Frank Gilligan at The Stone Cellar
July 8
Come out to hear Frank Gilligan, the 2013-14 Singer/Song Writer of the Year!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Mike Stroup Band Live at Bistro Napoletana
July 8
Come on out to Bistro Napoletana to hear Americana/Country/Bluegrass group Mike Stroup Band live!

Bistro Napoletana
6:00 p.m.
204 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-2021
Free

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The Round Top Area Historical Society Open
July 9
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
12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
304 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-5058
Free

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Piano Galore!
July 9
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Edythe Bates Old Chapel piano works will be performed by the 2016 Young Artists. Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute/Edythe Bates Old Chapel
1:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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Chamber Music Concert
July 9
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Festival Concert Hall chamber works by Sierra, Beethoven and Enescu will be performed. Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
3:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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2016 Texas Festival Orchestra
July 9
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This evening in the Festival Concert Hall works by Haydn and Mahler will be performed by the 2016 Texas Festival Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Kulenovic and featuring trumpet by Raymond Riccomini, mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke and tenor William Burden. Tickets are $30Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
7:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$30.00

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Jerry Moreno Band Live at The Stone Cellar
July 9
Head out to The Stone Cellar for some classic country by the Jerry Moreno Band!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Summer Painting Classes with Karen Vernon
July 11, 18, 25
Learn to paint with acclaimed artist, Karen Vernon! Watercolor, pastel, oil and water soluble oil are being offered.  Classes meet on Mondays, and you can register by contacting The Gallery at Round Top at the links below.

The Gallery at Round Top
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
203 E Austin St, Round Top, TX 78954
979-249-4119
$150.00

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Shakespeare at Winedale 46th Summer Season
July 14 - August 7
Shakespeare at Winedale's 2016 Summer Class takes the stage this July with performances of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, and for the first time in the organization's 46-year history, King John. The season will open on Thursday, July 14th, and run through Sunday, August 7th.  Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:30pm, with matinees on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm.  Tickets are $10 for general admission or $5 for students, as well as UT faculty and staff.  For a full schedule of performances or to purchase tickets visit us online at the link below or contact Program Coordinator, Liz Fisher at 512-471-4726.

Thursday, July 21, is Fayette County Night: tickets for Fayette County residents are only $4 for that evening's performance of Romeo and Juliet, and door prizes will be raffled off for free at the end of the performance. 

Shakespeare at Winedale Theatre Barn
Winedale Historical Complex, 3738 FM2714, Round Top, TX 7895
512-471-4726
$10.00

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All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Thursday at Bistro Napoletana
July 14
Join us every Thursday night for All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti for only $12!

Bistro Napoletana
5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
204 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-2021
12.00

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Karaoke Thursday at The Stone Cellar
July 14
Head out to The Stone Cellar for our weekly Karaoke Thursday!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Neil Kahanek Live at The Stone Cellar
July 15
Hear Neil Kahanek perform the classics at The Stone Cellar!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Camp Shakespeare performs The Taming of the Shrew
July 15
Join us for Camp Shakespeare's production of The Taming of the Shrew! Camp Shakespeare is a two-week University of Texas residential summer camp for young people, ages 11-16 dedicated to exploring Shakespeare through performance.  Don't miss this incredible show!

Henkel Hall
7:00 p.m.
201 N Live Oak St, Round Top, TX 78954
(979) 278-3530
$10.00

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Camp Shakespeare performs The Taming of the Shrew
July 16
Join us for Camp Shakespeare's production of The Taming of the Shrew! Camp Shakespeare is a two-week University of Texas residential summer camp for young people, ages 11-16 dedicated to exploring Shakespeare through performance.  Don't miss this incredible show!

Winedale's Theater Barn
1:00 p.m.
3738 FM2714, Round Top
(979) 278-3530
$10.00

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2016 Percussion Section Showcase
July 16
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Festival Concert Hall the 2016 Percussion section will perform. Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
1:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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Closing Chamber Music Concert
July 16
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This afternoon in the Festival Concert Hall chamber works by Dutilieux, Mozart and Francaix will be performed. Tickets are $25Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
3:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$25.00

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2016 Texas Festival Orchestra
July 16
Come out to Round Top Festival Institute for their 46th Annual Round Top Music Festival. This evening in the Festival Concert Hall works by Beethoven and Shostakovich will be performed by the 2016 Texas Festival Orchestra conducted by Carl St. Clair and featuring Concert Pianist James Dick. Tickets are $40Adult/ $10 Student. 

Round Top Festival Institute
7:30 p.m.
248 Jaster Road, Round Top
979-249-3129
$40.00

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Tubie Pushee Live at The Stone Cellar
July 16
Head out to The Stone Cellar to hear singer/songwriter, Tubie Pushee!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Danielle Reich Trio Live at Bistro Napoletana
July 16
Head out to Bistro Napoletana for a jazz pop performance by the Danielle Reich Trio!

Bistro Napoletana
6:00 p.m.
204 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-2021

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Special Pipe Organ Service at Bethlehem Lutheran Church
July 17

Continuing with the series of special services during Bethlehem Lutheran Church's 150th anniversary year celebration is an upcoming special organ service on Sunday, July 17th, 9:30 a.m., in the BLC Sanctuary.  This special service will feature all three of BLC's sanctuary music instruments: the antique, hand-made Wandke pipe organ, the electronic Allen organ, and the Yamaha keyboard.  Also included in this special organ service will be an anniversary music offering by the BLC Sanctuary Choir, memories offered by long-time congregation members, a brief History Moment, and prayer in German.  Many favorite hymns will be played before, during and after this service, along with organ/keyboard solos, duets, trios, and quartets.  Please come and enjoy this special music service.

 

Bethlehem Lutheran Church
9:30 a.m.
412 S. White St., Round Top
979-249-3686
Free

Beef Tenderloin Chicken Fried Steak Special at Bistro Napoletana
July 17
Join us every Sunday for our famous Beef Tenderloin Chicken Fried Steak!

Bistro Napoletana
11:00 a.m.
204 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-2021

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Carmine Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Firemen's Feast & Fundraiser
July 17
Join us for the Carmine Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Fireman's Feast & Fundraiser! Start the day off with a delicious fried chicken dinner (dine-in or to-go) from 10:30am to 1:00pm.  Donations accepted as payment for meal.  To-Go BBQ sausage will be served from 2:00pm-6:00pm. Bounce House for the kids opens at 11:00am.  Participate in the Auction at 12:30pm and buy tickets for the Raffle & Gun Raffle! A Free Dance follows the Auction with music by Central Texas Sounds.  Sponsored by Carmine State Bank. Matching funds for the event applied for through Colorado/Fayette County Chapter of Thrivent for Lutherans. Head on out to support our local heroes!

Carmine Hall
10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
300 N. Hauptstrasse St, Carmine
979-278-3250

Summer Fun Evenings at Round Top Church Christian Fellowship
July 18
Join us for a fun-filled evening for kids ages PK-6th grade!

Round Top Church Christian Fellowship
6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
440 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-5085

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Basic Computer & Smartphone Classes
July 20
Join instructor, Randy Melton, for a Basic Computer & Smartphone Class! No registration, just show up and learn.

Round Top Family Library
2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
206 W. Mill St., Round Top
979-249-2700
Free

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Mitch Marcoulier Live at The Stone Cellar
July 21
Head out to The Stone Cellar to hear an incredible array of music from Mitch Marcoulier!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Sean Orr Band Live at The Stone Cellar
July 22
Come hear Texas Swing and Country from the Sean Orr Band!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Ray Prim & Tom Meny Live at The Bugle Boy
July 22
Join us for this unforgettable concert!

Ray Prim:
Imagine Ben Harper and Ray Lamontagne heading over to Abbey Road in a cadillac convertible to pick up John Lennon and Paul Mccartney so they can catch the tail end of The Reverend Al Green's sermon. There was no mistaking Ray Prim's destiny as a child: he was born to make music. With lyrics that seep into your soul and acoustics that lovingly strum each song so they are firmly imprinted in your mind, Ray passionately enforces what it takes to be a great Singer-Songwriter. His melody-based approach sweeps you through a variety of emotions that touch on all of life's great joys and tragedies, moments that echo within each of us that will leave you smiling with nostalgia.

Tom Meny: As the title of his debut album suggests, Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter Tom Meny is definitely on his way. In May of 2015, Tom Meny was a winner of the prestigious New Folk Competition at the world famous Kerrville Folk Festival. To date, Tom Meny has 2 million YouTube video views.

The follow-up to his 2013 debut is an acoustic EP, released in October of 2015. Tom Meny's EP "Songs I Do" includes 6 new songs recorded in a way that best represents an authentic live solo performance. Jaimee Harris and Ray Prim's harmonies add depth and soul to a very unique collection of songs. "Higher Than The Moon" Is a lullaby co-written and performed with Aly Tadros. Co-produced by Meny, Tim Casterline, and Ray Prim... "Songs I Do" is a timeless collection that will transport you to an acoustic listening room, house concert or theater show.

The Bugle Boy
8:00 p.m.
1051 N. Jefferson Street, La Grange
979-968-9944
$18.00

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Guy Forsyth Live at The Bugle Boy
July 23
Join us for this amazing concert! Austin's Guy Forsyth has long enjoyed praise for his dazzling live shows and rich Americana and Blues roots sound. Forsyth (vocals, acoustic, electric & slide guitar, harmonica, ukulele, singing saw) usually performs with his band, but has been known to perform as a solo artist, and in various incarnations including a duo with Oliver Steck (Bob Schneider's band). His songs incorporate a unique mixture of styles and his sound is at once polished, raw, compelling and irresistibly rump-shaking.

Guy is known today as a musician with gripping, powerful vocals as well as a master of numerous instruments. He started his musical development first with singing, and began playing harmonica at 16. Shortly thereafter he heard a very distinct and overwhelming sound on Kansas City radio that changed his life; it was Robert Johnson. After that, he borrowed a guitar, fell in love and learned to tune it with his feet from a friend who had lost both his arms in an accident. In college, he lasted a single semester at the University of Kansas, and then he found the music he had been seeking - gritty, organic folk and blues, "from a practical hands-on, gears, joints and joists level." And he struck out to learn it.

Since then, he's been awarded an Austin Music Award for Best Male Vocalist in 2005, as well as numerous other AMA's over the years in categories such as Blues and Best Miscellaneous Instrument Player (singing saw), among others. Last year's 2-disc live record, Unrepentant Schizophrenic Americana, was received very well by critics and fans alike.

The Bugle Boy
8:00 p.m.
1051 N. Jefferson Street, La Grange
979-968-9944
$25.00

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Summer Fun Evenings at Round Top Church Christian Fellowship
July 25
Join us for a fun-filled evening for kids ages PK-6th grade!

Round Top Church Christian Fellowship
6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
440 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-5085

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Basic Computer & Smartphone Classes
July 27
Join instructor, Randy Melton, for a Basic Computer & Smartphone Class! No registration, just show up and learn.

Round Top Family Library
2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
206 W. Mill St., Round Top
979-249-2700
Free

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Chamber Mixer - Solid Rock Ranch
July 28
Come on out to Solid Rock Ranch to mix and mingle!

Solid Rock Ranch
5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
960 Schoenberg Rd Carmine, Texas 78932
832-816-7564

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Karaoke Thursday at The Stone Cellar
July 28
Put on your party hats and warm up your singing voice for Karaoke Thursday!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Pinocchio at Unity Theatre
July 28-31
Head out to Unity Theatre for their marvelous production of Pinocchio by Jim Eiler and Jeanne Bargy.  Set in Italy, this delightful version of the beloved tale of Pinocchio, a boy-sized puppet built by the caring puppet maker, Geppetto, is a must-see.  Follow this classic adventure that leads Pinocchio to the Land of Toys and the belly of the whale where he learns that no love is greater than that of a parent for a child. July 28- 10am & 2pm; July 29- 10am & 2pm; July 30- 2pm & 7pm; July 31- 1pm & 4pm. Tickets are $15 Adults and $10 children (18 and under).

Unity Theatre
300 Church St., Brenham
979-830-8358
$15

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Josh Tiemann Live at The Stone Cellar
July 29
Hear Josh Tiemann perform the classics the way they were intended live at The Stone Cellar!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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Hamilton Loomis Live at The Bugle Boy
July 29
Join us for this incredible concert! Below the musical notes on GIVE IT BACK, the latest release from Hamilton Loomis, lies an altruistic message; showcasing a "pay it forward" philosophy, Loomis states his goal to share the knowledge and information that was given to him as a young musician. In a musical tribute to his mentors, the title track, which features Victor Wooten (B la Fleck and the Flecktones) on bass and vocals, explains this mission and provides the backdrop as Loomis reaches new musical heights on a record that will ignite fires in those who live for funk & soul, rock, and a satisfying dose of the blues. "When I was coming up in the music scene, I was lucky to have musical mentors like Joe 'Guitar' Hughes, Johnny 'Clyde' Copeland, and of course, rock icon Bo Diddley," stated Loomis. "These 'veterans' took the time to teach and give advice to us youngsters, as if 'passing the torch.' Now that they have passed, it's my duty, not just an obligation, to do the same with this generation's young musicians. That's giving it back, handing it down, passing it on, like the song says."

Bridging the gap between generations of music-lovers and redefining blues-based American music for a contemporary audience, Loomis created his own path and built a loyal following by blending myriad influences, clever songwriting, and an expressive voice into a sound that defies description. Feeling his current style, layered onto his bluesy foundation, will attract a new generation of fans, Loomis looks forward to the appeal GIVE IT BACK will have on today's young listeners. Loomis and crew shine on stage proving his music is best experienced in person, where one can see and hear its intended splendor.

The Bugle Boy
8:00 p.m.
1051 N. Jefferson St.,La Grange
979-968-9944
$22.00

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Lost Cause Band Live at The Stone Cellar
July 30
Dance the night away to the Lost Cause Band!

The Stone Cellar
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
550 N Washington St, Round Top
979-249-3390

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The Susan Arbuckle Trio Live at The Bugle Boy
July 30
There's something magical that happens when passion meets purpose. And few light up the stage with more power or soul than Susan Arbuckle. Susan's dynamic presence and rich voice bring a depth that's simply unforgettable. Steeped in a soul full of gospel and blues, Susan's music reaches to the heart of us all and draws us together with compassion, clarity, and fun. Joined by drummer/vocalist, Joni Lovvorn on cajon and multi-instrumentalist, Katie Marie on acoustic guitar, The Arbuckle Acoustic Trio perfectly combines talent and personality to create an entertaining and engaging performance for every audience. Having performed together since 2014, the three women have developed a strong friendship and love sharing their tales of the stage while encircling the audience with love and appreciation. Fans quickly learn to sing along and often leave each performance with an lifted Spirit and familiar refrain to carry them forward.

The Bugle Boy
8:00 p.m.
1051 N. Jefferson St., La Grange
979-968-9944
$18.00

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Swing Rendezvous Live at Bistro Napoletana
July 30
Head out to Bistro Napoletana to hear Swing Rendezvous live!

Bistro Napoletana
6:00 p.m.
204 E Mill St, Round Top
979-249-2021

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