Blanco Lavender Festival - June 10 & 11, 2006 + 9 AM - 6 PM
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Lavender Market
June 10-11, 2006, 9 AM to 6 PM on Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM on Sunday

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During the Blanco Lavender Festival June 10-11, an assortment of vendors and artists will gather on the historic grounds of the Old Blanco County Courthouse in the center of Blanco, selling lavender items and lavender-related goods.

Market hours will be 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Educational programs on lavender will be presented upstairs in the courthouse both days.

All nine lavender farms participating in the 2006 Blanco Lavender Festival will have booths at the market, each featuring their lavender and lavender-related products.

Among the other booths will be:

  • Gabriel Valley Farms, sponsor of the Lavender Market, selling lavender plants
  • Calico Meadows, Signature Homes in downtown Blanco.
  • Cornucopia of Wild Things - Texas Natives LLC, www.wildthingsoftexas.com
  • GM's Gems, selling beaded jewelry, rocks, and minerals
  • Hill Country Memorial Hospital, Home Care and Hospice will be offering, among other things, grip-strength testing. We have a full-service physical therapy department and are located in nearby Fredericksburg. www.hcmhs.org.
  • Karan Elizabeth Designs, selling handmade sterlingsilver jewelry, dolls, purse
  • Jim Rummel Art and Luling Icehouse Pottery
  • Nuti-Buti Nutcracker, wooden nutcrackers and gift baskets with Texas pecans.
  • Shayne Sauce, www.shaynesauce.com.
  • Tamara Gabriela, Ordaz & Associates in San Antonio (www.taamaragabriela.com), specializing in fused glass jewelry and lamps
  • Texas Concessions
  • Truly Blessed, selling silverware mobiles, suitcase tables
  • Whatever Gifts & Jewelry, selling handpainted wine glasses and jewelry
  • Wind in the Pines Studio, selling pottery
  • Kimberly Reitan, Whatever Gifts & Jewelry in Marble Falls. Glass and hand sculptured solid silver jewelry, hand-painted wine glasses, crystal nail files and miscellaneous gifts
  • Wild Ways Studio, lavender bath and body, art, vintage jewelry
  • Jewelry crafters with lavender-themed pieces
  • Pottery, arts and crafts featuring lavender themes
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The Blanco Chamber of Commerce will sell wine and beer produced by Real Ale, a Blanco microbrewery. Live entertainment will be on hand both days.

An information booth will be located on the courthouse square. Brochures with maps of all the farms will be available. Parking will be located at the Blanco High School; shuttle buses will transport visitors back and forth to the square.

Blanco, Texas - The Lavender Capital of Texas
Presented by The Blanco Chamber of Commerce • 830-833-5101
Hosted and designed by Charles Willgren • www.willgren.com