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The inaugural Driftwood Heritage Festival, hosted by the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society, will celebrate the culture and heritage of Driftwood.

Attendees will enjoy live music, opportunities to shop local handmade products, activities for kids, and more. Guests will get to meet community partners to learn about dark sky practices, natural beekeeping, permaculture farming, water conservation, and managing native habitats for pollinators and wildlife.

They will also learn about the history of the Driftwood area, including the original William B. Travis league of land and development of the town through the past 150 years. Enjoy farm-to-table food from Vista Grill, award-winner beer and local wines and ciders. Vista is releasing a limited library brew, Travis, a wild ale aged in local Texas wine

During the festival, guests can witness the unveiling of the William B. Travis Historical Marker documenting the site of William B. Travis League #15 of land (4,428 acres) located along the William B. Travis Heritage Trail, just south of Driftwood. This was Travis’s one and only headright land grant from impresario Ben Rush Milam’s Mexican land grant in 1835.

The inaugural Driftwood Heritage Festival, hosted by the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society, will celebrate the culture and heritage of Driftwood.

Attendees will enjoy live music, opportunities to shop local handmade products, activities for kids, and more. Guests will get to meet community partners to learn about dark sky practices, natural beekeeping, permaculture farming, water conservation, and managing native habitats for pollinators and wildlife.

They will also learn about the history of the Driftwood area, including the original William B. Travis league of land and development of the town through the past 150 years. Enjoy farm-to-table food from Vista Grill, award-winner beer and local wines and ciders. Vista is releasing a limited library brew, Travis, a wild ale aged in local Texas wine

During the festival, guests can witness the unveiling of the William B. Travis Historical Marker documenting the site of William B. Travis League #15 of land (4,428 acres) located along the William B. Travis Heritage Trail, just south of Driftwood. This was Travis’s one and only headright land grant from impresario Ben Rush Milam’s Mexican land grant in 1835.

The inaugural Driftwood Heritage Festival, hosted by the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society, will celebrate the culture and heritage of Driftwood.

Attendees will enjoy live music, opportunities to shop local handmade products, activities for kids, and more. Guests will get to meet community partners to learn about dark sky practices, natural beekeeping, permaculture farming, water conservation, and managing native habitats for pollinators and wildlife.

They will also learn about the history of the Driftwood area, including the original William B. Travis league of land and development of the town through the past 150 years. Enjoy farm-to-table food from Vista Grill, award-winner beer and local wines and ciders. Vista is releasing a limited library brew, Travis, a wild ale aged in local Texas wine

During the festival, guests can witness the unveiling of the William B. Travis Historical Marker documenting the site of William B. Travis League #15 of land (4,428 acres) located along the William B. Travis Heritage Trail, just south of Driftwood. This was Travis’s one and only headright land grant from impresario Ben Rush Milam’s Mexican land grant in 1835.

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WHERE

Vista Brewing
13551 FM 150
Driftwood, TX 78619
https://www.eventvesta.com/events/14638/t/tickets

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Admission is free.
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