The Holidays are fast approaching and there is no better place to spend Thanksgiving weekend than in Fredericksburg, TX. After a big family get together around the Thanksgiving table why not head to Fredericksburg for the weekend to kick off the start of the Christmas holiday season.
On Friday, November 26 the City of Fredericksburg holds their annual Christmas Pyramid and Tree Lighting Ceremony. Enjoy some holiday music and be thrilled by the sight of the tree lighting and traditional Christmas Pyramid. The City will be decorated for the season with holiday lights all along Main Street.
Besides getting a jump start on your holiday shopping, there are many events to enjoy that weekend as well. Texas Arts & Crafts Education Foundation (TACEF) will be hosting a Thanksgiving Fine Art Show at the Marketplatz on November 26 & 27. Art of Texas is a community of artists that represent a creative slice of Texas. Whether you are looking Texas Art or a particular artist this show is a great opportunity to buy some unique gifts. There will be musical entertainment as well as concessions so come join the fun.
The Peddler Show will be at the Gillespie County Fair Grounds this same weekend. The Peddler Show offers shoppers a one-of-a-kind custom shopping experience that can’t be duplicated. A trip to the mall will never feel the same after you’ve seen the vast selection of unique items the Peddler Show has to offer! For more information you can visit their website at www.peddlershow.com/fbgfall.
Wine lovers you will not want to miss Christmas in the Vineyard hosted by Becker Vineyards, www.beckervineyards.com.
Fredericksburg Trade Days will be on tap for the weekend as well. There are always unique and unusual items available as well as live music, beer, and food.
Saturday, November 27 is the Thanksgiving Dance at Luckenbach. The dance begins at 8:00 pm and there is no charge for admission. The Thanksgiving Dance is held for the celebration of giving thanks and performing for this year’s dance is Jason Eady.
Mississippi native Jason Eady has come full circle on his third and latest album, When the Money’s All Gone, delivering southern gospel stomps, New Orleans soul, and the heartbreaking tide of sin and redemption through his rich baritone voice and a raucous band. Produced by critically acclaimed songwriter, Kevin Welch, When the Money’s All Gone comes as both a calming voice for the current times and as a timeless album of blue-eyed, southern soul music. The songs sound from the voice of a sage poet that’s made it through the storm to see the other side, all the while knowing it’s going to come again. Come be part of the fun because everybody’s somebody in Luckenbach!