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School’s out for summer vacation and Brownwood is the place to be! Here in the heart of Texas, we’ve got a little something for everyone! Affordable family fun in the sun? You bet. Romantic summer getaway? Yep. Respite from the hum of the highway on a long Texas road...
Deep in the heart of Texas, way up in the Hill Country, Brownwood is keeping a delicious secret. From down-home cookin’ to finer fare, sweet treats to exotic eats, Brownwood has tasty bites for every ‘bud. Visit Brownwood: Tastes Like Home from...
Brownwood Offers Tons of Family-Friendly Spring Break Fun After a long, wet winter, we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. That’s right...Spring Break is around the corner! It’s a time to pack up the car and hit the highway, seeking out fun in the...
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Hosted by Brownwood Regional Medical Center. Please join us for this Community Education program featuring Carol Boren, MD, Ophthalmologist and Larry Wood, MD, Ophthalmologist. Contact Angie Gruber to register.
Join us with Paisley J Jewels, Color Street, Thirty One Bags, and Lil Cactus Boutique ! New jewelry, new mani's, new bags and clothes!! Summer Strawberry Sangria $5
All ABOARD FOR Model Railroad Camp @ The Lehnis Railroad Museum June 21st & 22nd 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Each camper will build their own model railroad diorama with assistance from our Model Railroad Club members. Kids will also enjoy Working on the Railroad story time with local rail men and a retired Ballast Scorcher! Everyone will take a ride on the mini train. Campers will attend a pizza party/awards ceremony and receive a certificate of completion. So much Railroad Camp…
Heart of Texas Pedaling for Paws Tour. Festival Park, Brownwood, Texas Routes from 8 miles to 62 miles. $35 registration. Online registration through BikeReg Visit our website : www.hotcyclists.com for the link to our event website All proceeds to benefit the Corrinne T. Smith Animal Center
Join a ranger for a guided walk to see what flowers are blooming in the park! This is a great chance to learn about local wildflowers and some fun information about them! All ages welcome! Where to meet: Texas Oak Trailhead What to bring: good walking shoes, water This program is free with paid park entry fee.
Join a ranger for a hike in the dark to learn about the night life of the park! Great for all ages! What to bring: good walking shoes, water, flashlight Where to meet: Texas Oak Trailhead