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Month: July 2013

October in Gruene

October in Gruene

Yes, I know it’s only July, but now’s the time to be planning that great fall get-away. There are so many things to do in the Hill Country in the fall, but today we will just list a few of your options right here in Gruene, TX. Enjoy four days of wine, music, food and beer samplings at the 27th Annual Gruene Music & Wine Fest, October 10-13. (GrueneMusicandWineFest.org) Then, join a Gospel Brunch at Gruene Hall with live gospel music…

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The Rules of the River

The Rules of the River

So often we hear confusion from our guests regarding the newer rules of the river. Let me start by saying that nothing has changed for tubing trips above the Gruene bridge on the Guadalupe River. The “ban” is only in effect within the city limits of New Braunfels. There are restrictions in place on the Comal River and on the Guadalupe below the Gruene bridge. The restrictions are not based on what you drink, but on how you bring it…

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For a small town, New Braunfels has a lot to offer for the 4th of July. Start the day with a parade. The band begins playing at 8:45am and the parade will begin in front of St. Peter and Paul’s Catholic Church at 9:15am. This will be followed by a one hour program directly following the parade. After you grab a bite to eat for lunch, Gruene Hall is offering 2 free shows;  Danny Brooks (blues) will be performing at…

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