What's going on in East Texas this weekend? September 5-8 | Arts & Culture
Well, the summer is officially over, but we do still have lots of fun things to do in East Texas each and every weekend! Check out this list and choose a thing or two to keep yourself and your family and friends entertained.
Liberty Hall - Saturday, Sept. 7 $20 for just admission $35 – VIP ticket - limited availability 50; (includes access to VIP area, tables, meet & greet with Uncle Lucius, a meal provided by Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Q, and 1 drink voucher) - There will be an Art Auction benefiting the LIBERTY HALL FOUNDATION, as well. Performers:
LUCAS YOUNG AND THE WILDERNESS
MAN NO SOBER
STEFAN AND THE C-OTTERS
Linda Davis to perform Saturday at 7:00pm at new KE Bushman's Celebration Center Joining Linda will be The Rigsbys with a beautiful bluegrass harmony, Tim Hadler and his Hank Williams Revisited Tribute, as well as Michael Anthony Curtis, a Grammy award-winning songwriter. Also expect a special guest appearance by actor Stephen Baldwin. Call 903.894.7505. for more infomation, or visit Kiepersol.com.
Moore's Store - 9/6 The Twin Fiddles • 8 p.m. • No Cover. - 9/7 Gary P. Nunn • 9 p.m. $15 advance tickets at outhousetickets.com $20 door. 903-833-5100 for more nfo.
The Forge Bistro - 9/5 Steve Carpenter, 9/6 Jimmy Wallace & Jerry Don Branch, 9/7 Ramoth Gilead. Call 903-833-5970 for more information.
On Saturday, September 7th, all red dirt roads will lead to the oldest town in Texas, Nacogdoches! The first ever BackRoads Musicfest will be held outdoors on the grounds of the Nacogdoches Expo Fairgrounds. BackRoads, as you can see from the line up, is for the party crowd! So come out early, bring your blankets & lawnchairs and get ready to stir up some red dirt!
FOR ALL INFO: http://www.backroadsmusicfest.com
"Classic Movies in the Park are featured the first Saturday of every month and begin at dark. This month's feature is the 1955 classic, ""Desperate Hours."" ""Escaped convicts terrorize a suburban family they're holding hostage. Starring Humphrey Bogart and Frederick March."" " Reagan Park - Park Ave. & Crockett Rd.
A backyard chicken program will be presented by the Smith and Cherokee County extension services on Friday, Sept. 6, at the Cherokee County Expo Center, U.S. Highway 69 and Loop 456 in Jacksonville. Topics include: Breeds, Nutrition, Rules & Regulations, Backyard Broiler Management, Diseases, and a tour of Papa Skinny’s Farm. 8:30a.m.- 1:00pm. Cost is $25 per person, Lunch included. Please click on AGENDA for more information. RSVP by August 30th to 903.590.2980 or 903.683.5416 for accurate meal count.Speaker will be Dr. Greg Archer, assistant professor and extension specialist for breeder and hatchery management at Texas A&M University.
Saturday: Rhett Butler Band at Crossroads Music Company, 200 Market Street at 7:30pm . $15 advance, $18 at the door, $20 reserved. call Gus at 903-342-1854 for more information. (See poster below)
Saturday, Sept. 7 at 7:30pm - East Texas' own Ann Heiligman Saslav, piano with MVM players. Mt. Vernon Music Hall, 402 Leftwich St. at Yates. Throughout her long and storied career, East Texas native Ann Heiligman Saslav has performed all over the U.S., in Europe and New Zealand. She joins MVM Players to perform Mozart’s own chamber orchestration of one of his piano concertos, framed by dramatic music by Mendelssohn and Martinu. email@example.com or 903-563-3780.