The Winedale Folklife Christmas event is Saturday, December 14, 2013, from
noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. Food and drinks
will be available for sale.
Visitors of all ages will be able to tour decorated historic homes and
enjoy demonstrations of blacksmithing, quilting, weaving, spinning, rope
making, basket weaving, woodworking, pottery, lace making, and pioneer
Children's activities include old-fashioned crafts, games, hands-on chores
and kid-friendly farm animals. You might even see our Weihnachtsmann
(German Santa Claus)!
Finally, visitors can take a ride on the Old West stagecoach, experiencing
how the countryside might have looked in the 1800s.
Featured entertainment will include The German Singers, Star of Texas
Dulcimers, Celtaire String Band, Shakespeare players, story tellers, folk
dancers and more.
Winedale is located four miles northeast of Round Top, Texas, at 3738 FM
2714 (off FM 1457).
Contact Winedale staff: (979) 278-3530, email@example.com
Visit www.briscoecenter.org for further information.
The Winedale Historical Complex, is a division of the Dolph Briscoe Center
for American History, a research unit at The University of Texas at