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.
First Cedar Valley Baptist Church presents: In Concert “Amazed” 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20 at 12237 FM 2843 Salado, Tx. 76571. Amazed was formed was in 2009 With John, Kim, Russell and Elisabeth but now they have relocated to Central Tx and added Milissa. Their calling is to Minister to God’s people and spread His Holy […]
Central Texas Master Singers invite choral singers to a workshop taught by Dr. Gary Bonner, former Dean of Music at California Baptist University. The workshop will be at Memorial Baptist Church, 6161 S. Fifth St. in Temple, Feb. 19 – 20. For more information visit http://centraltexasmastersingers.com/Choral_Workshop.html.
The Village of Salado invites you to its fourth annual “Salado on the Rocks.” Take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lime and a shot of Salado! “Salado on the Rocks” will be held 6-10 p.m. on Feb. 12 throughout the Village of Salado.
Gala affair will benefit Salado Historical Society, Central Texas Area Museum and Robertson Colony-Salado College Foundation The Ambrose and Cowan families, sixth generation owners of the Robertson Plantation and descendents of E.S.C. Robertson, are hosting a gala to benefit historic preservation in Salado on 7-10 p.m. Dec. 3. The Gala affair will feature heavy hors […]
Christmas Stroll weekends Dec. 4-6 and 11-13 Salado will kick off its annual Christmas Stroll with a Main Street parade at 5 p.m. Dec. 3. Entries are now being accepted for the parade, which will begin at the corner of Royal and Main St. and proceed north to the Salado Civic Center for hot chocolate […]
Historical Salado will rival the pride of Grover’s Corners when Salado High School’s theatre department presents the classic drama Our Town on Nov. 12 and 19. The Salado Historical Society will display early photos of Salado at both productions in a celebration of small-town society.
St. John Lutheran Church sets November 14 event Unique creations always an Advent Fair highlight One-of-a-kind woodcrafting; clever decorations for Thanksgiving, Christmas, children and more; homemade bread, pickles, preserves, sweets … the Advent Fair at St. John Lutheran Church is noted for the unique items that fill its Teinert Memorial Recreation Center every year from 4:00 […]