Family, friends and visitors all enjoy popular events that are planned throughout the year. Wine Walks, Fun Runs, Festivals and Fairs put smiles on faces young and young at heart!

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Friday Vibes

We are open every Friday From 12pm-10pm, we will have yummy pretzels and nachos all day and food truck 4-9pm, Live Music 6pm-9pm, Playground for the kiddos and dog friendly! Come on out and chill with our Friday Night Vibes! Check our Facebook page to see who will be performing!

Tailgate Poets – Friday Night Music at Nathan’s BBQ

Come watch the Tailgate Poets, and special guest, Neil Kulhanek perform at Nathan’s BBQ from 6-9PM on Friday, August 12!

Tailgate Poets’ roots-rock style fuses elements of Americana, blues, country and jazz into a mix of originals and cover songs by artists such as Bonnie Raitt, Ry Cooder, Lucinda Williams, Randy Newman, Mose Allison and Tom Waits. Depending on the venue, Tailgate Poets performs as a duo of Andy Chiles and Sandy Hall-Chiles, as a trio often supplementing this lineup with founding member Martin McCall on drums, or additional Washington County musicians like Local Legend Charlie Kelm and others. Tailgate Poets engages audiences with musicianship, distinct rhythms, energetic performances and memorable songs.

Trey Yenger Live @ HSF Biergarten

Trey Yenger sounds like your favorite alt-rock radio station and your favorite country station merged and kept both formats. Armed with a sharp ear and deep knowledge of both genres, he faithfully covers the classics of both. It's always a good time when Trey comes to the Biergarten. Don't miss it!

Keeping Cool in the Texas Heat

Come stay cool with us in the heat of summer and discover what early Texans did to stay cool. Without modern A.C. you might be surprised at how comfortable you can be in a Texas summer. Contact Barb King at or 936-878-2214 x248 for more information.

Celebrate! A View of Juneteenth Traditions and Customs

Celebrate! A View of Juneteenth Traditions and Customs exhibit focuses on the wide variety of ways that Juneteenth has been celebrated in Washington County since the emancipation of enslaved Africans in Texas in June 1865. Specific topics include parades, coronations, rodeos, concerts and entertainment, picnics, sporting events, and reunions.

As BHM completes renovations on the old post office building, their exhibits are displayed in the Bus Depot Gallery at 313 East Alamo at the corner of Clinton. Hours are 10 AM till 4 PM every Saturday. Other times are available by appointment. The Juneteenth exhibit will run through at least the end of July.

The museum’s African American Content Committee has worked diligently to present Celebrate! A View of Juneteenth Traditions and Customs. Visitors can learn a great deal about the history of this holiday through artifacts, images and historic newspaper articles. Some attire belonging to past royalty at Juneteenth celebrations has been loaned for the exhibit, and a few pieces will be displayed from BHM’s permanent collection.

For more information, or to donate to the Brenham Heritage Museum please visit the website at You may also email BHM at or call 979.830.8445.

1st Annual Chappell Hill Wine and Cheese Crawl

Join us for our First Annual Chappell Hill Wine and Cheese Crawl! This will be a day filled with going to the different shops along Main Street and tasting different wines, sampling goodies that will blend with the wines and spending time with friends and family while you explore Chappell Hill. If pre-orders for the Chappell Hill Wine & Cheese Crawl wine glasses are purchased before August 1, the cost is $25. Glasses purchased after August 1 will be $30. This will allow you to go to each shop and enjoy the wine they have on tour and if you want to purchase a bottle they will help you with the purchase. The tour starts at the Rock Store on Main St, where you purchase your glass to begin your tasting tour.

Contact the Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce by visiting the website or by calling (979) 337-9910 for tickets and further information!

Harvest Grape Stomp

Weekends only from July 9 – August 21
Saturdays & Sundays: 11am – 4:30pm

Come out to Windy Winery and enjoy creating happy memories with your family, friends, or co-workers. Start in the vineyard, pick grapes, pour some grapes in the barrel, step in, squeeze and squish to music which makes all the stress in your life fade away. As an added momento, step out with your purple feet onto your keepsake t-shirt.

Tickets for adults and children can be purchased at

Pleasant Hill Winery Crush for Fun Grape Stomp

Crush for Fun Grape Stomp will be held this year! With four consecutive weekends – always the
last two in July and the first two in August – it is the biggest event held at the oldest winery in Washington County. You get to pick and stomp grapes and place your footprints on a T-shirt.
Bring the kids for our 21st annual Crush for Fun. The 2022 dates are: July 23-24, July 30-31,
August 6-7, August 13-14. Regular Hours: Saturdays noon – 5:00, Sundays noon – 4:00

By reservation only. Details are on, Facebook and Instagram

Sound on Saturday

Saturday Hours are 12pm-10pm, we will have Big Pretzels and Nachos all day and Food Truck 12-9pm, Live Music 6-9pm and on special occasions like a beer release there will be music all day! Playground for the kiddos so its always family friendly and dog friendly too. Come try one of our 18 beers on tap or if beer is not your thing we have wine and ciders as well. Now come on by and see what our Sound on Saturday is all about! Check our Facebook page to see who is performing! Cheers!