Upcoming Events & Holidays!

We want to help you #CelebrateAlways so we’ve put together an awesome list of upcoming holidays with tips on local ways to celebrate! Did you know that the Boerne Visitors Center has an amazing website with even more upcoming events in the Boerne area? It’s true! They, also, have a regular blob (just like mine) that has the scoop on what all is going on around town.

July 30th

A Day at the Farm & Farmer’s Market!

Whether you want to hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is here for you.

 
Their rain or shine market runs from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday throughout the year.
 
They will monitor the situation during inclement weather. The safety of our staff, vendors, and guests is of utmost importance. Check their social media for updates and/or closures.

July 30th

Hot Summer Night Antique Tractor Pull

Join the Antique Tractor Club of Boerne, Texas in a fun antique tractor pull at night. When the sun goes down from the heat of the day, the engines start rolling! No pull fees are charged for club members (members who have joined the club in either in 2021, 2022 or join on the date at the event) No entry fee for spectators. This is a practice pull event, so you are welcome to bring tractors that you would like to try and see how they do. We will have lights on the track, but please bring your flashlights to better see around the facility. Tent/ RV camper camping on sight is permitted.

July 31st

National Avocado Day

Avocado Trivia

  • Avocados were believed to have been first discovered in Puebla, Mexico.
  • Avocados were grown in orchards and farms in Mexico as early as 3,000 B.C.
  • In 1696, Naturalist, Sir Hans Sloane named “the avocado or alligator pear-tree” in his catalog of Jamaican plants.
  • Horticulturist, Henry Perrine, was the first to bring avocado trees to the U.S., bringing them to Florida in 1833.
  • California is the leading U.S. producer.
  • Fallbrook, CA. claims to be the Avocado capital of the world.
  • Like bananas, avocados mature on the tree, and ripens off the tree.
  • Avocados are about 22% fat.
  • Americans consume about 4.5 pounds of avocados each per year.
  • Spanish Conquistadors used the red sap of avocado seeds as ink.

August 4th

Karaoke Contest

Join The Roundup for their Karaoke contest, Country Edition! Every Thursday in July and on August 4th participants have a chance to qualify for the final round on August 11th for a grand prize of $500.00! Arrive by 7 PM to register or register online in advance!

August 6th

A Day at the Farm & Farmer’s Market!

Whether you want to hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is here for you.

 
Their rain or shine market runs from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday throughout the year.
 
They will monitor the situation during inclement weather. The safety of our staff, vendors, and guests is of utmost importance. Check their social media for updates and/or closures.

August 6th

Black Rifle Block Party

Join Black Rifle Coffee for another Block Party in Boerne, Texas!

The event is from 4pm to 10pm.

Enjoy live music, a car show, and food and beverages from participating businesses, plus more you don’t want to miss!

August 6th

Chad Cooke Band Live!

Join The Roundup as they welcome back, by popular demand, The Chad Cooke Band! The Best New Band in Texas voted by the Texas Regional Radio Report and Country Music Charts is bringing a string of Number 1 Hits to The Roundup! Guaranteed good time!

Time: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Doors at 6 PM TBD 8-9 PM The Chad Cooke Band 9:30-11 PM **Event is rain or shine**

August 10th

National S’mores Day

Celebrate these tasty, sweet treats today on National S’more Day! Go camping and pack some firewood to toast some smore’s by the fire, make a s’more bar to share with friends and family, or try out some weird but fun s’more themed treats!

Check out this website for 15 different ways to enjoy s’mores if you’re looking for something new!

August 12th

Movie in the Park-“Ninja Turtles”

Come out early pick your spot, get a movie snack or two and hang out and enjoy free entertainment before each movie. Do not forget chairs, blankets and a favorite snack! Food trucks and other vendors will be on hand to provide additional tasty treats available for purchase. 

August 13th

A Day at the Farm & Farmer’s Market!

Whether you want to hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is here for you.

 
Their rain or shine market runs from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday throughout the year.
 
They will monitor the situation during inclement weather. The safety of our staff, vendors, and guests is of utmost importance. Check their social media for updates and/or closures.

August 13th & 14th

Boerne Market Days

Open Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm

Since 1850, Main Plaza has been a center point of trade for the people of Boerne. In the present day, on the second weekend of every month, Main Plaza is home to a magical outdoor market that blends the traditions of the Texas Hill Country with the creations of today’s culture. Hundreds of festive booths display everything from collectibles and remembrances of the past to modern innovations that will bring a smile of wonder to those who stroll past.

August 13th

Moondance Outdoor Concert Series-Ruben V

The Cibolo presents the 2022 season of the Moondance Outdoor Concert Series. Ruben V from the San Antonio area will bring his sound to the stage at the nature center. Bring your coolers, chairs, family, and friends for a night of music and dancing. Food trucks are onsite. 

Tickets: $15 per concert, $10 members, $5 Students Ages 12-15

August 20th

A Day at the Farm & Farmer’s Market!

Whether you want to hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is here for you.

 
Their rain or shine market runs from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday throughout the year.
 
They will monitor the situation during inclement weather. The safety of our staff, vendors, and guests is of utmost importance. Check their social media for updates and/or closures.

August 26th

Dog Appreciation Day!

August 26 is Dog Day or Dog Appreciation Day, a day to appreciate your best friend on four legs.

The holiday also aims to raise awareness about dog adoption and the importance of providing rescue dogs with a safe and loving environment.

Celebrate the day by adopting a dog and give it a loving home, or if you have a dog, treat them with their favorite treats! If you are unable to have a dog in your family, celebrate the day by donating your time and money to the local animal and dog shelter.

Shop our online store for fun gifts that immortalize your furry family member!

August 27th

Beers & Gears Car Show

Bring a car to show off or come to enjoy the festivities and admire a great collection of awesome vehicles. Come on out and enjoy some beer, food, live music in the evening, and check out the cars! Bring a lawn chair to enjoy the music in their outdoor space. This is a free event and it is open to the public!

Have a car and want to participate!? All makes, models, and years are welcome! Load-in for the car show will begin at 3:30 PM. FIRST COME FIRST PARK. Show and shine only!

August 27th

A Day at the Farm & Farmer’s Market!

Whether you want to hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is here for you.

 
Their rain or shine market runs from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday throughout the year.
 
They will monitor the situation during inclement weather. The safety of our staff, vendors, and guests is of utmost importance. Check their social media for updates and/or closures.