Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Festival Hill Christmas Event

If you are looking for one last Christmas event to attend in Texas before you have to prepare for your family and friends, I came across this event that will be held this Friday, December 24 at Festival Hill in Round Top Texas.  I always love visiting here when we are the antique shows each Spring and Fall and to be able to attend a Christmas Eve celebration here sounds just magical.  Walking their grounds is always so delightful as their gardens and places are just beautiful.  You loose track of time as you tour this place.

A reception will be held at 9:30 pm with the Celebration starting from 10:30 pm to midnight.  I wish I could join them for this very special evening at the Edythe Bates Old Chapel.  They will have a celebration of the Christmas story through carols, ancient and modern, featuring James Dick at the piano, carols led by Jason & deMarco, and narrated by The Right Reverend Grant Lynn Ford.

Free-Will Offering

Accommodations are available

(Call 979-249-3129)

They will also have a New Year's Eve Celebration that you might want to check out as well.  Happy Wednesday to you.


  1. Wow, this event sound completely magical!! I so wish I lived closer!
    I hope you and your family are enjoying the holiday season, and I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a joyous and healthy New Year!

  2. I want to come!! Throwing a hissy fit here in Michigan!! JK would be lovely though!

  3. On one of our Round Top trips, we stayed in a B&B that backed up to this place. It was so wonderful to walk around. Beautiful. I can only imagine how grand this show will be. I hope you have an amazing Christmas and a Blessed New Year. Here is go a great year of junkin' in 2011.

  4. Festival Hill is always a very special place & I can just imagine it on Christmas Eve. I wish I lived close enough to attend this. Thanks for all the great info you share all year long with us! Merry Christmas. HUGS! Charlene


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