Shakespeare on the Rock features one of the Bard’s most performed comedies Salado’s Tablerock Amphitheater is the setting for Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing at 8 p.m. on June 9 and 10.
Salado comes alive along with the freshness and newness of Spring in Texas during Wildflower Weekend. Activities and events will be held throughout the Village for any age group to enjoy. The fun begins Friday night and continues into Sunday afternoon. March 24
Tickets for concert are $12 in advance and $15 at the door William Clark Green is coming to Salado on Saturday Oct. 29 to play Johnny’s Outback. Tickets are available online at Johnny’s Outback for $12 per person and at the gate for $15 per person. Gates open at 6 p.m.
Salado Garden Tour features stop at the home of Nancy and Owen Messenger by Margaret B. Williamson Coming to Salado about five years ago, Nancy and Owen Messenger, both with Texas roots, bought a beautiful home overlooking a private pond. Nancy, with her artist’s touch and with the help of Ariah Cole of Compass Landscaping, […]
Texas Commission on the Arts Announces Over $7 Million in Grants across Texas, Designates Seven New Cultural Districts AUSTIN, Texas – September 7, 2016 – The Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) has approved funding of 974 grants in its first funding round for fiscal year 2017. The grants total over $7 million and will […]
Linda and Mickey Rawls combine art of plants, natural resources by Margaret B. Williamson Keep Salado Beautiful will sponsor tours of Salado’s gardens Oct. 8 with proceeds funding improvements in Salado. Definition of garden from Wikipedia: “A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation and enjoyment of plants and […]
Salado Garden Tour features public, private gardens by Margaret B. Williamson Keep Salado Beautiful will sponsor tours of Salado’s gardens Oct. 8 with proceeds funding improvements in Salado Sculpture Garden. Featured are six public gardens; Salado Public Library Garden, St. Joseph’s Episcopal Chapel and Garden, Green Bridge Garden, College Hill Park, Salado United Methodist Church […]
College Hill, Methodist chapel, Green Bridge gardens on view by Margaret B. Williamson As we come to the end of summer, let’s think forward to October and touring Salado’s outstanding public and private gardens. Keep Salado Beautiful, sponsor of this year’s tour, will feature six public gardens including the Salado Public Library Garden, St. Joseph’s Episcopal […]
“I’d rather be an old fencepost in Texas than the king of Tennessee,” Aaron Watson sings on “Fencepost,” echoing the words of one of his favorite fellow Texans, Sam Houston.
Public Arts League of Salado (PALS) and the Salado Bed and Breakfast owners are joining with the local art community for an evening featuring local wines, the best food from each B&B, and curated art auction on Feb. 27.