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Wimberley Neighbors Events: Blair House Inn

July 7th, 2013 by Lois Mahoney

porch at sunsetBlair House Inn is located in the wonderful community of Wimberley, TX, located in the heart of Texas hill country. Every season is filled with many activities and festivals for visitors and locals, alike. We just had an exceptional Fourth of July celebration. Parades, fireworks, refreshments, good food, and good people. We are proud to highlight some of our neighbors events. In hopes you find the attractions irresistible and become compelled to visit the hill country. July is expected to be full of events that are definitely worth a visit. Even if relaxation and a peaceful retreat is what you’re looking for, Blair House Inn can accommodate. Take a peek at our neighbors events and book a room with us at the Blair House Inn, today.

Luminous Libations

Luminous Libations

Outdoor lounging is the reason for the season. Wimberley Glassworks will host an evening affair highlighting our outdoor glass and fixture inventory. Come for a unique experience while you walk the grounds and indulge in gourmet treats and liquid refreshments provided by Taste Buds. Our hand-blown exterior lighting will be showcased and on special from July 27th through August 4th.

Jazz Horn

Hill Country Jazz Band

Join us Sunday, June 30 at the Wimberley Community Center to welcome the Hill Country Jazz Band to the Chamber Center. You are invited to attend their free concert at the Community Center, 14068 RR 12 at 4:00pm.

The Hill Country Jazz Band was organized in 2005 as an 8 piece small group playing professional engagements in the hill country area. In 2012 the group was expanded to the present 18 member format and began providing free public concerts for patrons in the Wimberley and surrounding area. The group is organized by Bob Tull, trombonist, retired 30 year member of the Austin Symphony Orchestra. Several of the band members contribute musical arrangements to the group. The players include public school and college music teachers as well as others in various professions who simply love playing big band music.

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