The 4th Annual BCJLHS BBQ Cook Off will happen Jan. 19th and 20th at the Bee County Expo Center. It will host a $7,500 in guaranteed prize money along with trophies and certificates for 1st-10th place and for Grand and Reserve. Come out abs support the youth of Bee County.
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.
Experience Bee Count's history through the Living History Celebration. A way to educate the community and surrounding counties on what it takes to cherish and share our history, the history that Bee County Historical Society hopes to pass on to future generations.
Meet Santa and enjoy a warm breakfast at Breakfast with Santa at the Trinity Christian Center. Free event from 9am-12pm.
Enjoy the songs of the season with the Beeville Community Choir at the Rialto. The outdoor concert will be held from 5:30-6:30pm under the canopy. Bring your lawn chairs and listen to the Christmas music.
Take in the twinkling glow of the Holly Jolly Christmas Lighted Parade lights. The parade begins at 6:30pm downtown. Parade commentaries are setup at Affordable Insurance through Dale 107.1 and at T's Music House through Beeville Main Street.
Join the McClanahan House for their 7th Annual Christmas Tree Forest from December 1st to December 17th. This years theme is Holly Jolly Christmas. Bee County Historical Society invites organizations and businesses to decorate a tree. Patrons can vote for the best decorated tree.
Santa Visits on December 3rd from 2pm-4pm. Admission: One non-perishable food item. Open to the public.
Find more information at Facebook at Bee County Historical Society.
Join us for the 2nd Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday, November 30th.
Tour the Bee County Courthouse from 8am-5pm.
Enjoy Food Truck Thursday at the Courthouse from 11am-8pm.
Shop at the Christmas Market Days from 5-8pm on the Courthouse lawn.
Bee County area schools perform from 5:15-8pm.
Christmas Lighting at 6pm. Lighted candles and free hot chocolate while supplies last.
Shop Small is about more than just shopping at small businesses. It’s a cause that helps to support local economies and promote vibrant, diverse communities. It’s also a nationwide movement fueled by shoppers, business owners, and organizers who come together and celebrate the community because they know it matters.
It’s an annual shopping tradition dedicated to supporting small businesses and celebrating communities across the country. Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday is celebrated every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This year, you can get out and support the places you love with the people you love on Nov 25.
Small Business Saturday is held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This year, you can celebrate the big day on November 25, 2017.
Small businesses play a key role in helping communities thrive. By shopping or dining at your favorite local places throughout the year, you’re showing your support for small businesses and making a positive impact in your community.
Check out the oldest business building in Beeville and Trick or Treat for some candy and treats. Boo!
Free candy, food, and activities!
Calling all witches! Participate in the Witches Brew Run; Broom Riding Contest; Witches Cackling Contest. Come dressed as a witch and enter the best Decorated Broom Contest. Watch as Witches Shake Their Boo! or participate in the dance. Learn the dance on YouTube at http://youtu.be/G8UrtQ17z08.
Free family friendly event. Costumes are encouraged. Event is sponsored by Beeville Main Street and other community organizations and businesses.
Be a part of Bee County tradition as the 80th Western Week Parade commences on Saturday, October 21st at 10:30am. Bring your lawn chairs or sit on the sidewalk curb in downtown Beeville. Fun for all.
Want to be part of the parade? Contact the Bee County Chamber of Commerce at 361-358-3267 before October 13th to sign up.
The Joe Barnhart Foundation kicks off the first annual BeeFest at the Beeville Art Museum on Saturday, October 14, 2017. A new tradition in Beeville, the indoor/outdoor event will feature local artisans, area non-profits, staged musical performances, interactive crafts, and refreshments available for purchase. All citizens of Beeville and surrounding communities are welcome to join the celebration 10 am to 2 pm.
“Our hope is to bring the community together for an exciting day of visual and performing arts, sparking new collaborations among individuals, non-profits and community organizations,” said Tracy Saucier, Executive Director of the Foundation.
Concurrent with BeeFest, the Beeville Art Museum will host a solo exhibition of Texas landscapes by Austin-area artist, Jeri Salter. Many of the nearly 50 paintings in the show have never before been on public view, and some of Salter’s newer works were inspired by recent visits to private ranches in the Beeville area.
The Beeville Art Museum, created and operated by the Joe Barnhart Foundation, is first and foremost a teaching museum, providing cultural and educational opportunities for the citizens of Bee County and surrounding areas. Cited by Texas Monthly magazine as one of the “great small towns for art,” Beeville, with a population of approximately 13,000, is home to one of the most ambitious art and educational programs in Texas. In addition to exhibiting works by some of Texas’s most renowned artists, as well as selections from private collections and major museums across the state, the Beeville Art Museum provides docent-led tours and art classes for children and adults and workshops for Beeville educators at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Beeville Art Museum, located at 401 E. Fannin, is open to the public 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday. To contact the museum, please call 361-358-8615 or visit our website at www.bamtexas.org.
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in October. Neighborhoods host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and various other community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel, exhibits and much, much more.
This is the second annual Spring Fest and it expected to exceed last years event. Enjoy the live entertainment, food, cook off, car show, lucha libre, kids mutton busting, vendors, and much more. This event is held at the Bee County Expo Center.
For more information: www.facebook.com/beespringfest.com
Go Purple! Join others in our community to show support to those that are affected by epilepsy in Bee County. Participate in the "Fun Walk/ Run" starting at the Bee County Courthouse at 10am to walk to Flournoy Park. Family activites to follow at the Park to include Easter Egg Hunt, Face Painting, Raffle, & Food.
Free to all. Donations welcomed to support the Epilepsy Foundation.