Event Calendar For May 2018

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Day of Prayer
Thur May 3
National Day of Prayer - Join us Thursday May 3, 2018 at 4 PM on Fayetteville square at the Fire House. Deacon Henry Hubbard will be leading the service praying for the United States of America.  All faiths and people are encourage to join this community expression of faith.

Old Fire Station on the Square
4 PM
112 N Washington

ArtWalk 2017
Sat Sun May 5-6
ArtWalk is a juried fine art show sponsored by ARTS.  The show is held the first weekend in May on the lawn of the courthouse square i n the historical community of Fayetteville, Texas. This charming small town is located in the gentle rolling hills of south central Texas, halfway between the metropolitan areas of Houston and Austin, an easy drive to a delightful day. ArtWalk promotes local, regional and national artists.  There are over 60 participating artists, a schedule of performing musicians and children's art instruction and activities. Over $6000 in award money is given to the artists selected by a judges panel.In addition to the art, there are wine tastings, food booths and other attractions that make for a wonderful "fresh air" event.

On Historic Town Square
10-5/11-4
112 N Washington St
979-378-2113
FREE

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Museum
2nd Sat & By Appt
Fayetteville Area Heritage Museum was established on May 22, 1986.  It was founded by Janette Donaldson, Louis "Buddy" Polansky and his wife Irene.  Buddy, the visionary, dedicated his life to salvaging, collecting, and then preserving precious items from Fayetteville and the area during a time when "newer was better".  Buddy (pictured at the door) is gone, but his spirit survives.   In addition to being the Home of the Teddy Schultz Model Trains and Railroad Collection, the museum also houses Memorabilia from the Baca Band, remnants from the demolished St John Catholic Church circa 1911, and many other fascinating historic artifacts reflecting the area s Czech, German, and African American Heritage. 

On Historic Town Square
11 AM-2 PM
119 N Washington
832-338-6630
FWD

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Picking Park
2nd Sat
The Fayetteville Picking Park live acoustic bluegrass jam meets each second Saturday of the month (January-November), on the square in Fayetteville.  Free to the public and participants.  Bring a lawn chair.  A slow jam will take place in the Old Fire Station led by Lou Lou Barbour.  Jams will take place all throughout the square during the day.  All levels of players welcome. Old Fire Station will close at 10:00 pm.  There will still be jamming in the gazebo and the square after 10:00 pm.

Historic Town Square
All Day
112 N Washington St
512-415-3177
FREE

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Founders Day
Sat May 19
Founders Day, SPJST Lodge 1, Enjoy a Full Day of Family Fun!  Turkey Dinner 11 AM-1 PM (Dine in or TO-GO PLATES $10), Music from 11 AM-2 PM by Chris Rybak "Accordion Cowboy", Round Top Brass Band 4-6 PM, Founders Day Program 2-2:30 PM, Cornhole Tournament starts at 3-$10 per person, HUGE Prize Raffle 15 Guns &10 Visa Cards, Glen Collins & the Alibis 7-11 PM ($10 Admission). For more information and Riffle tickets, call Sharon Fritsch at 979-966-3515 or Ronnie Pflughaupt at 979-249-6702.

SPJST Lodge 1
11 AM-11 PM
507 E Main
979-249-6702

Chamber Meeting
TBA
Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Meeting
The next meeting of Fayetteville's Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for TBA in the Community Center Meeting Room.  Chamber Meetings are open to members and guests. Board accepted Minutes of meetings, Bylaws, and Member Applications are posted on our website under the INFORMATION tab as Member Information.

Community Center Meeting Room
7PM
202 W Main
979-378-4021

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