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July 2022

Focus Weekend- Summer Sweets

July 3 @ 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Barrington Plantation State Historic Site, 12300 Park Rd
Washington, TX 77880 United States
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Barrington Plantation State Historic Site   Duration: 6 hr   Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook   Focus Weekend - Summer Sweets, 10a – 4p: We are getting ready for the 4th so we’ll be making some period desserts and talking about picnics like ones Dr. Jones might have attended. Contact Barb King at barbara.king@thc.texas.gov or 936-878-2214 x248 for more information.  

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Poker Tournament – Texas Hold’em

July 7 @ 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saddleback Saloon, 207 Main St
Sealy, TX 77474 United States
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$10 Buy In      

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13th Annual Sealybration Concert & Festival

July 8 @ 3:00 PM - July 10 @ 8:00 PM
BP&W Park Sealy, TX 77474 United States + Google Map

Join us for our 13th Annual Sealybration Concert & Festival (presented by Steel Rain Construction) with top-notch performances including Friday night's “Noche de Fiesta” featuring Grupo Siggno & Lucky Joe Music. Saturday starts at 5:30 pm with Fred Rusk and the Zydeco Highsteppers; Creed Fischer; Shinyribs; and Bag of Donuts! Weekend includes: Concerts • Beer & Wine • VIP Experience • Gator Country featuring LIVE reptile shows • Sanctioned BBQ Cook Off • Specialty Booths • Food Trucks • Vendors…

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19th Annual Arts & Craft Show

July 9 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wallis – American Legion Hall – Post 200, 330 Legion Road
Wallis, TX 77485 United States
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Annual Arts and Craft Show      

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Focus Weekend – Pulling Fodder

July 9 @ 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Barrington Plantation State Historic Site, 12300 Park Rd
Washington, TX 77880 United States
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Barrington Plantation State Historic Site   Duration: 6 hr   Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook   Focus Weekend - Pulling Fodder, 10a – 4p: Dr. Jones penned in his journal on July 13, 1854 – “Commenced taking corn blade fodder.” Although very few ears of corn were used to feed livestock, the dried leaves of the corn plants made excellent hay (fodder) that could be fed out to them as needed to supplement foraging. Come pull and make “hands” (bunches)…

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