HEB's 21st Annual Fourth of July Parade
Jul
4
10:00 AM10:00

HEB's 21st Annual Fourth of July Parade

Decorate your bike, tricycle, or wagon. Parade around the HEB parking lot with Fire Department, Police, HEB Buddy and more. Walkers welcome!

Decorated Bike Parade Contest open to Boys and Girls ages 2-12. Three age catergories: Ages 2-4, Ages 5-8, Ages 9-12. Line up begins at 9:30am. Awards and goodies will be handed out and announced after the parade.

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Bee Jamboree
Jun
23
8:00 AM08:00

Bee Jamboree

Come celebrate National Pollinator Week through the Bee Jamboree! Enjoy Farmers Market and craft vendors, activities for the kids, pollinator walking trail and pollinator garden, demonstrations from gardeners and beekeepers, and music. 

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Butterfly Garden Tour
Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00

Butterfly Garden Tour

The Beeville garden Club will kick off National Garden Week on Saturday, June 2, 2018 with guided tours of the Flournoy Park Butterfly Garden from 9 until 10:30am. Garden Club members will be available to identify plants and provide growing information. The public is invited to enjoy the garden with them. 

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Cooking Class by Hattie & Hazel's
Mar
29
6:00 PM18:00

Cooking Class by Hattie & Hazel's

My-mami, Your-mami, Umami !!!

Umami is an easy, healthy and dramatic way to make food taste better. Some people have labeled umami a new taste, but it is no newer than the first four...sweet, salty, bitter and sour...it is only new to us Westerners.

You will be making "Ragumami" and Tiramisu.

Technique you will be learning is Mirepoix.

Ragumami; this sauce is chunky and exceedingly umami. Serve it with your favorite pasta, a big tossed salad, and crusty bread. You'll have an easy meal that will delight any crowd.

Tiramisu: Rich & creamy with a splash of brandy or coffee!

Mirepoix Technique: The all-powerful trio of aromatic vegetables!

$50 per person
($45- for those that took the previous cooking class there is a $5 credit)

Must me 18 years of age. Please wear closed toed shoes; we provide everything else you will need.

You are welcome to BYOB. We provide water & tea.

Call or come by for any questions! 217 W Bowie Street
10:30 - 3:30

Hattie: 830.279.3466
Hazel: 361.343.0456

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Brush Country Photo Safari- Bee County
Mar
15
to Mar 17

Brush Country Photo Safari- Bee County

A Wildlife Photography Festival in an Ideal Location

A close look at the South Texas Brush Country reveals a surprisingly complex and diverse environment filled with animal and plant richness found nowhere else north of Mexico. Known as the South Texas Plains, the brush country has the highest recorded number of bird species in Texas, and by extension, the highest avian richness in the United States. Complementing the birds are some of the strangest and most interesting plants, reptiles, and insects to be found in North America.

What an incredible place for wildlife photography! A group of award-winning wildlife photographers and master naturalists, together with the Bee County Chamber of Commerce and local ranch owners, have put together a learning adventure and outdoor experience that will last a lifetime. Come join us March 15-17, 2018 for the Brush Country Photo Safari and take home memories you’ll treasure forever.

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Christian Motorcycle Association Bike Blessing
Jan
27
10:00 AM10:00

Christian Motorcycle Association Bike Blessing

Every new year needs a good start. Join the Christian Motorcycle Association, The Great Commission #427 Chapter on Saturday, January 27th from 10am- 6pm at the Depot Pavilion for a Bike Blessing.

What is a Bike Blessing? Ride up on your bike, meet with other cyclists, build relationships with other kindred spirits (those who love wind therapy), enjoy free food, and pray over your bike, yourself and for fellow riders. 

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