This weekend in Gruene, TX
The Texas Clay Festival is near and dear to us: as founding members, we are proud and happy to see this celebration of the clay arts grow into the amazing and successful gathering that it is today. We hope you’ll have a chance to drop by Gruene, TX this weekend and take in the 27th annual Texas Clay Festival.
Admission is free and there’s so much to see + do:
- Featuring the work of over 80 Texas potters and clay artists, the festival offers the opportunity to view and purchase a wide variety of pottery, from traditional to sculptural by the top clay artist in the state.
- Watch and learn as demonstrations are held in four tents throughout both days. From forming on the potters wheel to hand-building to raku firing, there is something for everyone.
- The ever-popular Kids Area features a guided hands-on clay experience for the young ‘uns!
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This Week’s Special
Our own version of the every popular Cobb Salad : Hearty + Healthy!
Each week we feature a special menu item. Check our menu board, or give us a call: 830.833.0202.
Look for our DAILY SPECIALS: We feature homemade soups and quiches, sandwiches and entrees, made fresh daily.
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Music this weekend
Hear live music at Redbud Cafe on Friday and Saturday evenings. Redbud Cafe’s kitchen closes at 9:00pm both evenings; Drinks and bakery items served till 9:30 pm on Saturday evenings.
- Friday, October 25, 6:30pm – 9:00pm: Avalee
- Saturday, October 26, 7:00pm – 9:30pm: Don Reilly
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Art at Redbud Cafe
Points of Interest, Watercolors and drawings by local artist, Janet Bruce Natwick
About the Artist:
Janet Bruce Natwick
Janet has been drawing and painting all her life, having grown up with an artist father who never failed to bring her back something from the art supply store.
A Dallas native, she lived for many years in the Pacific Northwest, before moving back to Dallas, and finally to the Texas Hill Country. The lifelong habit of walking and taking snapshots is the basis of her practice. With the exception of the more abstract pieces, she works from her own photos, and occasionally from old family pictures. She has always been drawn to linear structures, architectural landscapes, shadows, deep colors, winter trees, and dark skies.
The “Points of Interest” in this exhibit represent the emotional impact of places, including one’s own backyard.
All work on display at Redbud Cafe is available for purchase through Brieger Pottery, next door.
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