Beeville Main Street-Experience Beeville, Texas
Upcoming Events in Beeville
Texas Mile Weekend March 27th-29th
Friday, March 27th
Screening Under the Stars- Join the Beeville Art Museum for an evening of art and movie under the stars.View the Dixie Friend Gay Exhibit: Evolution of Public Projects and the AC Jones High School Art Students Exhibit from 6:30-7:15pm.At 7:30pm enjoy the splendor of watching the movie Cars under the huge live oak trees and Texas skies on the art museum lawn. Bring your blanket & munchies! 401 E. Fannin Street, 361-358-8615. Cost: Free
Karaoke at Taqueria Chapala-Friday nights are Karaoke nights. Enjoy authentic Mexican food and sing your heart out. 1805 N. St. Mary’s Street, 361-354-5945
Saturday, March 28th
Hope, Pray, Cure Parkinson’s 5K Run/Walk- Enter a 5K Run/Walk to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease. The run will start in downtown Beeville at 8am. 200 block of N. Washington Street. For more information call Leslie Lopez at 512-912-6464.
Market & Main- Visit the historic downtown Beeville at the Depot Pavilion (between the 300 block of N. Washington & 300 block of N. Madison) from 9-2pm for an outdoor market of fresh home grown produce, foods, crafts, and other delights! For more information call Michelle Trevino at 361-358-4641.
Snail Racing! Enter your favorite garden snail into the Snail Race at the Market & Main. Race begins at 12:30pm March 28th at the Depot Pavilion. The Snail Race is open to all ages and is free. Participants may register before races begin or can pre-register prior at the Main Street Office, 400 N. Washington Street. For more information call 361-358-4641.
Main Street's Mission-Seek to enhance downtown vibrancy and historic preservation by using the National Trust Main Street Center's Four-Point Approach of organization, design, economic development and promotions.
Main Street's Vision- To preserve downtown Beeville's rich history as a community-gathering place whose dynamic economy invites residents and visitors.
About the Main Street Program
The program is part of the Texas Main Street Program run by the Texas Historical Commission. Beeville became an official Texas Main Street City in 2006. It also is affiliated with the National Trust Main Street Center run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Main Street Four-Point Approach to downtown revitalization within the context of historic preservation has been successful in more than 1,200 towns and cities across the country. View 4-Point Approach
The Main Street program also makes the following services available to downtown businesses:
- Design assistance such as architectural site visits
- Interior design and window display assistance
- Visual merchandising assistance