Event Calendar For September 2017

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Things to Do in Fayette County
On Going Events
Things to Do in Fayette County & Area Event Calendar - Check out Fayette County Tourism Association's Upcoming Events month-at-a-glance calendar for a month-at-a-glance calendar of Fayette County and Area things to do. Fayetteville is Centrally located.  Stay in Fayetteville and Play in Fayette County.  Be our Guest!  Go to www.StayInFayetteville.com to see lodging options.

Fayette County & Area Events
Day & Night

The Lone Star Gallery
Saturday & Sunday
The Lone Star Gallery - Located in the heart of Warrenton, Texas, The Lone Star Gallery is THE place to find ANYTHING antique or vintage during world-famous Round Top/Warrenton Antiques Week! At The Lone Star Gallery (formally The Sterling McCall Old Car Museum), you will find vintage linens, antique firearms, elegant glassware, art & antiques ~ America, French, Industrial, Vintage, Jewelry, Mid-Century Modern, Shabby, Re-purposed & more! We have many unique dealers ~ for the discriminating shopper, looking for that rare antique, as well as those looking for incredible vintage treasures! We also offer wedding and event services. For more information, give us a call. Be our Guest at one of these Family Friendly Events. Plan your Reunions Weddings around it.  Go to www.StayInFayetteville.com to see our Hotel BnB Lodging options.

The Lone Star Gallery
Sat 10-5 Sun 10-4
4212 S State Hwy 237, Warrenton, TX 78961

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Annual Labor Day Feast
Sunday Sept 3
Annual Labor Day Feast at St. John The Baptist Catholic Church.  10 A.M. Mass with Polka Music.  Meal served inside Air-Conditioned Hall 10:30 A.M. 'til 1:30 P.M. with Music by the Lost Cause Band DJ Services.  Plates To Go and Drive Thru Line Served From 10:30 A.M.-1:00 P.M. BBQ Dinner Beef Pork Sausage.  Meal Tickets $10 Adult $5 Children under 12.  Beef and sausage Sandwiches Served at 2:30 P.M. Kolaches and Pastries.  Country Auction 1:30 P.M. Country Store, Silent Auction, Plant Wheel, Cake Walk, Children's Games Hot Dogs Sno Cones.  2 P.M. Bingo!  Live Music under the pavilion starting at 11 A.M. by Larry Sodek and local Parish Musicians.  FREE DANCE after the Auction until 10 PM with music by The Lost Cause Bank.

St. John The Baptist Catholic Church
10 A.M.
301 Bell Street
(979) 378-2277

ARTS' Community Party
Friday Sept 8
ARTS' Community Party - You Are Invited to Kick Off The School Year In Style...
Come Join Us For Rattletree Marimba
Come early for a bowl of Jeanne's famous GUMBO!
(Until the gumbo runs out!)
Starting at 6:30 PM for Gumbo, the band will start performing at 7 PM
Please RSVP so we know how much GUMBO to make and BEER to buy. Thank you!

Historical Town Square
6:30 PM
112 N Washington St.

Fayetteville Picking Park
2nd Saturday
Fayetteville Picking Park - The Fayetteville Picking Park's live acoustic bluegrass jam will meet on Saturday, September 9, 2017, on the square in Fayetteville.  This family friendly event is free to the public and participants.  Bring a lawn chair.  A slow jam will begin at 1:00 pm in the Old Fire Station led by Lou Lou Barbour.  Jams will take place all throughout the square during the day.  All levels of players welcome. Old Fire Station will close at 10:00 pm.  There will still be jamming in the gazebo and the square after 10:00 pm.  Jams are held on the second Saturday of each month, except December.  Fayetteville is a nice little old Texas town of less than 300 people with the old courthouse on the square along with good restaurants, a great Museum, and some good shopping too. You'll want to come back.

See & Do Fayetteville
Day Night
112 N Washington St, Fayetteville

City Council Meeting
Wednesday Sept 13
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS are held at 7 pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Fayetteville's City Hall Community Room, 202 W Main. 
NOTICE OF MEETINGS Regular and special called meetings are posted 72 hours in advance on the Bulletin Board at the entrance of City Hall in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.
City Website with Forms, Agendas and Minutes of Meetings - http://fayettevillecitytx.com/
Janice Wasut - fayettevilletx@cvctx.com
City Phone 979-378-2559
City Hall is open M-F 1-5pm.  

City Hall Community Room
7 pm
202 W Main

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Photos by Art Stokes
Sept 16-Oct 14
Photos by Art Stokes - ARTS' invites you to join us for the artists' reception.
Saturday, September 16th, 2017    5 - 7 PM
Exhibition Dates: September 16th - October 14th, 2017
Arts for Rural Texas
114 Live Oak ~ Fayetteville, TX

Arts for Rural Texas
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114 N Live Oak

Antiques on the Square
Sept 15-25
Antiques on the Square - Show opens Friday September 15 and ends with the Auction on Monday September 25.  Open 9am-9pm.  Antique Auction by Teel Services September 25 starting at 6pm. Packing Up Sale starting 8:30 am on Tuesday September 26 and until we are packed up!  Contact Lisa at (318) 465-1603 OR email for more information. Free parking. Be our Guest at one of these Family Friendly Events. Plan your Reunions Weddings around it.  Go to www.StayInFayetteville.com to see our Hotel BnB Lodging options.

Historic Town Square
9 am-9 pm
112 N Washington St

Lecture Series
Sun Sept 24
Arts for Rural Texas's SPECTRUM LECTURE SERIES - Jim Bruseth received his B.S. from the University of New Orleans, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Southern Methodist University. He has been active in Texas archaeology for more than 33 years, specializing in Native American, French colonial, and Spanish colonial archaeology. Dr. Bruseth was project director for the excavation and recovery of La Belle and also directed the archaeologist excavation of La Salle's Fort St. Louis colony. His book highlighting this work, From a Watery Grave: The Discovery and Excavation of La Salle's Shipwreck, La Belle, won a national award from the Society for American Archaeology as the best book presenting archaeology to the public in the U.S. during 2005.
 Dr. Jim Bruseth represents the Society for American Archaeology as a board member, serving as Treasurer and a member of the organization's Executive Committee. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, serving as Grievance Coordinator. He was previously Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer at the Texas Historical Commission for 24 years and served as Director of the agency's Archaeology Division. Dr. Bruseth served as the Guest Curator of the La Belle shipwreck exhibit at the Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Free but reservations suggested. Kid friendly.
Refreshments will be served.

ARTS Building
4 PM
114 N Live Oak

St. Mary's Church Feast
Sun Sept 24
St. Mary's Parish at Ellinger, Texas 67th Annual Bazaar and Feast has been rescheduled due to Hurricane Harvey to Sunday, September 24, 2017 at the Ellinger Chamber of Commerce Community Center. The day will begin with Mass at 8:00 A.M. at St. Mary's Catholic Church located 2 miles east of Ellinger off of FM 2503. Beginning at 11 AM a delicious Fried Chicken and Sausage dinner with all the trimmings will be served. Adult plates will be $10.00; children's plates $5.00. Adult plate Drive-Thru will be available starting at 11 AM. The Holub Polka Band will provide music from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Other entertainment throughout the day includes a Raffle featuring 32 prizes with the top prize being a $5,000 VISA Gift Card. Other prizes include a $1,000 Visa Gift Card and eight-$500 Visa Gift Cards, plus several other Visa Gift Cards and prizes. There will also be a Country Store/Surprise Package Booth, Cake/Plant Wheel and Silent Auction. The highlight of the afternoon is the Auction which begins at 1:00 P.M.  There will also be lots of pastries and kolaches available as well as plenty of ice-cold refreshments throughout the afternoon.

Ellinger Chamber
8 A.M.
104 W. Colorado Sky

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Artists Home Furnishings
Sept 16-Oct 9
Art+Craft Artists Making Home Furnishings also on Saturday September 16 from 5 pm to 8 pm.  The exhibit runs through October 9 with special hours during the Round Top Antiques Festival: evenings 4 pm-7 pm, Saturdays 10 am-8 pm and Sundays 1 pm-4 pm.  Some of the work may be viewed at the website www.RedandWhiteGallery.com.  Exhibitors included in this endeavor is Chris Silkwood, Steve Freeman/Sandy Wilson, Steve Shroyer, Roberta Harris, Pat Johnson, Gerald Tobola/Leslie Ravey, Aly Winningham, Evan Quiros, Kathleen Quigley, and Joan Herring.

Red & White Gallery
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102 W Main