Sunday, March 15, 2015

Tyler, Texas Bed and Breakfast-The Rosevine Inn- and Extended Stay Suites- The Best in East Texas

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 

March means Spring will be arriving-and that is the case here next week!! Most everyone will be so happy to see the new season.
The last few weeks have been grey and deary-bu the flowers are starting to bloom
and the robins were in the yard last week!
Easter arrives on the first Sunday in April. this blog will help you with the great things to do the the wonderful happenings in the area through Easter Sunday and a little beyond.
The Azalea and Spring Flower Trails will be highlighted here. We will mention many things do and give you a link, so you check out everything at once.


34th Annual Tyler Quilt Show
"Color Your World With Quilts"

March 20 & 21, 2015
10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Friday & Saturday
Harvey Convention Center
2000 W Front St (Hwy 31 W)
Tyler, TX


The Quilters' Guild of East Texas produces a quilt show every spring during the Azalea Trail. The show features over 200 quilts on display plus over 25 vendors, numerous demonstrations, an old-fashioned bed-turning, door prizes, scissor sharpening, silent auction, and a raffle quilt (proceeds benefit local charities that serve women and children).
VIP $75.00 
(Ticket includes Meet and Greet with the Horses after the Show)
Floor $55.00
Center Bleachers $35.00
Back Bleachers $25.00
 FRIDAY MARCH 20, 2015
Doors open at 5:30 PM and Show Starts at 7:30 PM.

UT Tyler Saxophone Day

UT Tyler Saxophone Day Fine Arts Complex - Braithwaite Recital Hall Saturday, March 21, 2015 Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Evening Saxophone Day Concert UT Theatre Saturday, March 21, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m Cost: FREE
Join us for a saxophone-filled day of learning and performing! The event is FREE of charge and open to any saxophonist at any level! Activities will include: -Attending masterclasses covering a wide range of topics -Performing in a large saxophone ensemble with other participants -Networking with other saxophonists and professionals in the area -Perusing exhibits filled with saxophones, reeds, mouthpieces, and more! -Attending and performing in an evening concert that is FREE and open to the public
UT Tyler Campus
3900 University Blvd
Tyler, TX 75799
http://www.uttyler.edu/
For questions...
jnewman@uttyler.edu
(903) 566-7450      903-566-7068  

Tyler State Park Dogwood Days Driving & Walking Tour
Date
: Friday, March 20 -April 5, 2015
Start Time: 8:00 am End Time: 6:00 pm
Description:
Enjoy self-guided vehicle tour or leisurely stroll down the many trails at Tyler State Park to see beautiful blooming Dogwoods. Join us for fun Ranger Programs on Saturdays.
Admission: $5 person, 13 and older 
Phone: (903) 597-5338 
Location Details
Tyler State Park
789 Park Road 16
Tyler TX 75706 US 
Location Phone: (903) 597-5338 
Directions From Tyler, take Loop 323 to Hwy 14, go north on Hwy 14 for 7 miles to I20, continue on Hwy 14 north for 1.8 miles. Park entrance is on the left across from Exxon station. If using GPS on I20, take Exit 562.

                       For more info click here

 Rose City Artisans & Flower Market
Friday & Saturday,
March 27-28, 2015
10 a.m.-4 p.m.



Goodman-LeGrand Museum
624 North Broadway Avenue,
Tyler, Texas 75702


The Flower Market has been expanded to an upscale open-air market where artisans and vendors can sell everything from:



  • hand-crafted fine art (mixed media)
  • garden décor
  • hand-made items like jewelry
  • home-baked goods
  • specialty food items
  • bedding plants
  • herbs
  • bulbs
  • produce
  • wine
  • plus live entertainment
  • concessions and more.


This two day event is open to the public, and admission is free.


Tyler Azalea 10K Run/Walk Benefiting Children's Village

Saturday March 28, 2015 at 7:45am

New this year, we have added a 5k course!
The Tyler Azalea 10k is been staged on one of most beautiful courses in Texas. You will see mile after mile of azaleas, dogwood trees and spring flowers that you have to see to believe.
The breathtaking beauty of our Azalea and Spring Flower Trail has been praised by visitors as a floral wonderland and a photographer's paradise.
We are partnering with the Azalea Trail arts and crafts fair this year. There will be more than 90 vendors in Bergfeld park to enjoy and peruse after your run! Bergfeld will be filled!



 March 28 10 am
 FUNKY JUNK ROUNDUP is a one day shopping extravaganza featuring a unique blend of vintage finds & inspiration, one of a kind handcrafted items, antique décor, hand painted furniture, repurposed items, rusty-chippy-shabby-reloved & refunked JUNK,bling & glam boutiques, sparkly jewels and FABuLOUS JUNKTIQUES for your creative soul! Put some JUNK in your trunk™ Y’all!
 Harvey Convention Center

2000 W Front St
Tyler, TX 75702
For questions...
montagefestivals@earthlink.net
405-401-7193

"Spirits of Oakwood" Walking History Tour

This is absolutely my very favorite thing to do every year!! 
March 28 1-6 pm last tour starts at 4:30
A walking history tour through Tyler's Texas Historic Cemetery.  Guest will follow a guide to designated

grave sites of some of Tyler's early pioneers and hear their stories come to life. Portrayers are in period dress. Costs $10; children under 12 are free. Tours start at 1:00 pm and last tour starts at 4:30.  Funds raised are use to repair damaged markers in the cemetery. Sponsored by the Oakwood Cemetery Restoration Committee
Corner of Palace & Oakwood Tyler, Tx
For questions...
freaganfamily@gmail.com
903-316-2201
 Melody Makers

 Beloved orchestral melodies take center stage for this program that will include Rossini’s William Tell Overture and the Overture to Die Fledermaus by J. Strauss.  The concert also includes the next in our Beethoven cycle, his Symphony No. 8 and music of Mozart performed by 2013 Juanita Miller competition winner, violinist Christine Wu;  Guest conductor for the concert is Raffi Armenian;  Music Director Richard Lee will play with the orchestra (in the viola section) for this concert.  Date  March 28, 2015 , 7:30 p.m.
Cowan Center
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, Texas 75701
For questions...
903-566-7424  http://www.etso.org/1415Sub4.php

McClendon House  Murder Mystery March 28th only 7 pm

Murder Mystery
Our Murder Mysteries are a delightful evening of entertainment and fun for groups of 15 to 35 people. The event can be enjoyed with or without serving dinner.
As the story begins, we move from room to room in this historic home. Other players join in and suddenly there is a murder! Now we all become detectives to try to solve the mystery. At times members of the audience are given scripts and become part of the action. “Who done it”? The audience is enlisted to help with the sleuthing.
Is there a Sherlock Holmes or Miss Marple in your group? Click here for more Info

HISTORIC TYLER ON TOUR 2015

“Historically Unique”

This year we are showcasing the diversity of historic homes in Tyler.  Many homes and buildings are now entering the fifty year standard for historic status.
As a result  a myriad of architectural designs will join the celebrated history of our city.
These six homes are unique in their design and located in three different neighborhoods.  Something for everyone!

Candlelight Party Home

 Candlelight Party and Home Tour Friday March 27th
Home  Tour 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Candlelight Party 7:30 to 11:00 pm 
$75 for Members $100 for Non-Members $110 at the Door

 

TOUR HOMES

Saturday March 28 10:00 to 5:00 Sunday March 29 1:00 to 5:00

Home Tours $20 per person.
Tickets good for both days.
For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler’s historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.
The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.
A couple of new features have been added to this years event – a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid’s Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!
The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.
For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the official website.


Read More: Arts & Crafts Fair Returns To Bergfeld Park During Tyler’s Azalea Trails | http://mix931fm.com/arts-crafts-fair-returns-to-bergfeld-park-during-tylers-azalea-trails/?trackback=tsmclip

2015 Azalea Arts and Crafts Fair
Saturday and Sunday March 28 and 29 9-6

We invite you to stroll in the park and shop at our annual arts and crafts fair. Only handcrafted items will be sold including: clothing, jewelry, candles, paintings, decorative items and more. For more information please call Debbie at (903) 531-1214.

 

               Azalea & Spring Flower Trail

We invite you to enjoy the vivid colors and sweet scents that only an East Texas Spring can provide. Make plans to take in the special Azalea and Spring Flower Trail events. This year’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will be held March 20 – April 5, 2015. We have additional Spring events and year-round attractions to assure your visit to Tyler, Texas is a pleasant one! The Azalea & Spring Flower Trail travels through eight miles of residential gardens and historic homes sites. The two trails have been routed to maintain an orderly traffic flow so visitors can see as many flowers as possible. From the courthouse on North Broadway, follow the specifically marked Azalea Trail signs southward to enjoy this outstanding celebration of Spring in East Texas. To learn more about our Azalea & Spring Flower Trail

How it all began

While oil booms gave Tyler an economic head start in the 1930’s, azalea and rose blooms gave the city its beauty. Azaleas were introduced to Tyler in 1929 by Maurice Shamburger, one of the city’s early nurserymen. Pleased with results of a test garden of azaleas, Shamburger shipped the colorful plants here by the boxcar loads from Georgia.

After completing his garden in 1929, Shamburger discussed the beautification potential of azaleas with Mrs. Sara Butler of the Tyler Courier Times Telegraph. Mrs. Butler not only encouraged Shamburger to promote azalea plantings in the city, but planted a number of bushes at her own home on Charnwood St.
That home site, along with several other gardens on Lindsey Lane, soon became springtime showplaces with their colorful azalea blooms, and Tylerites began buying the plants by the thousands. Some of the thick, towering azaleas at older homes on the Trail date back to the ‘30’s and ‘40’s.
By 1960, the blooming azaleas were attracting much attention, and that year the Chamber of Commerce
established a marked route. The first Trail featured about 60 homes on a five-mile route.
The Trail was an instant success. Within two years it had expanded to 75 homes and was attracting 15,000 visitors. By 1964, 25,000 people a year were coming to see the azaleas. In 1986, it expanded to two miles and as of 2004; the Azalea Trail stretches eight miles and attracts over 100,000 visitors to Tyler.
The homeowners make the Trail the success it is. They regularly increase their azalea plantings and spend countless hours making sure their yards are spotless for the annual visitors.
The Trail has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, including Southern Living and Texas Highways, drawing visitors from all over America

 Bob Schneider in concert

March 28 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door starting at 7 p.m. (if still available - Mr. Schneider usually sells out)
VIP Boxes are $150 (seat 4)



Tags don't stick well to Bob Schneider. Renaissance man comes close, but is too pompous to consider for the insatiably curious, impossibly creative force who sees art everywhere he looks and hears music in the sounds of life unwinding around him.

Throughout 2015, Bob Schneider will unveil The King Kong Suite, a threeEP series, beginning with Volume 1, an elegant and soaring collection of songs about love and loss. Volume 2 and Volume 3 will be released this summer and fall, each with its own sound and style. Schneider, a gifted visual artist who exhibits worldwide, will combine music and art in this limited edition run of vinyl and CD’s. Following two concept
Tags don't stick well to Bob Schneider. Renaissance man comes close, but is too pompous to consider for the insatiably curious, impossibly creative force who sees art everywhere he looks and hears music in the sounds of life unwinding around him.

“The thing that I like about King Kong, and what it says about me as an artist is, it sounds like me, for whatever that's worth,” says Schneider. “My music isn't ever really just one thing. It's quirky. One minute it seems like it's a joke and the next it's deadly serious, and that's in the
same song. I'm not an easy person to understand or figure out, but and I hope I'm right, it keeps things interesting in the long run.” Bob Schneider isn’t looking to change the world, just maybe make it a little more engaging for all of us. Driven in ways most people can’t understand, he creates in ways we can’t miss.
albums, King Kong returns to the spirit of Lonelyland, his breakout solo album.

“The thing that I like about King Kong, and what it says about me as an artist is, it sounds like me, for whatever that's worth,” says Schneider. “My music isn't ever really just one thing. It's quirky. One minute it seems like it's a joke and the next it's deadly serious, and that's in the
same song. I'm not an easy person to understand or figure out, but and I hope I'm right, it keeps things interesting in the long run.” Bob Schneider isn’t looking to change the world, just maybe make it a little more engaging for all of us. Driven in ways most people can’t understand, he creates in ways we can’t miss.

A Liberty Theatre attraction      Office Space (1999)                              April 2 at 7 p.m.


Tickets are $7
Peter Gibbons works at Initech and hates his job. He also hates his abusive and annoying Division VP Bill Lumbergh and now the company has just hired consultants to help make cuts to downsize the company.

Peter's best friends are software engineers Michael Bolton and Samir Nagheenanajar, they also hate Initech. Peter's girlfriend is cheating on him, but she convinces Peter to visit a hypnotherapist to get some inspiration to be more ambitious. Peter tells the doctor how miserable his life is and goes under hypnosis. The hypnosis helps Peter - but not quite in the way he expected.

Peter no longer cares about his job, his cheating girlfriend or ripping off the company by  embezzling funds.

And then there is Milton and his stapler.......

First Friday in Brick Street Village on Friday April 3rd

 First Friday in The Brick Street Village will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at College, Phillips, Bois D’ Arc and Rusk streets.The event includes shop demonstrations, refreshments, drawings, door prizes, sales and specials.

Call Rhonda Reuter at 903-533-1771 for more information.

 Almost forgot!!

APRIL 1-5 2015
This popular flea market is open one weekend a month, attracts upwards of 100,000 shoppers, and provides spaces for 6,000 vendors located on hundreds of acres.
It has become known by shoppers from all across Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma as THE place to buy home decor, furnishings, antiques, clothing, crafts, jewelry, gifts, and collectibles. And it is a favorite of vendors, dealers, craftsmen and artists alike as the perfect venue to market their wares LETS NOT FORGET TO SAY


 Well I am not finding any real events in the area the weekend after Easter!!  My suggestion for that weekend is to book a room at the Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast and Extended Stay Suites. My bet is the spring flowers will be spectacular at that time-and no crowds!! The weather will be
perfect for time for MUCH relaxation at the Inn- The fires will be burning nightly and we will have one of our legendary breakfasts each morning. Come see us soon!!

  Until next time

Innkeeper Becca signing off


For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler’s historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.
The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.
A couple of new features have been added to this years event – a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid’s Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!
The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.
For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the official website.


Read More: Arts & Crafts Fair Returns To Bergfeld Park During Tyler’s Azalea Trails | http://mix931fm.com/arts-crafts-fair-returns-to-bergfeld-park-during-tylers-azalea-trails/?trackback=tsmclip
For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler’s historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.
The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.
A couple of new features have been added to this years event – a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid’s Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!
The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.
For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the


Read More: Arts & Crafts Fair Returns To Bergfeld Park During Tyler’s Azalea Trails | http://mix931fm.com/arts-crafts-fair-returns-to-bergfeld-park-during-tylers-azalea-trails/?trackback=tsmclip
For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler’s historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.
The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.
A couple of new features have been added to this years event – a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid’s Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!
The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.
For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the official website.


Read More: Arts & Crafts Fair Returns To Bergfeld Park During Tyler’s Azalea Trails | http://mix931fm.com/arts-crafts-fair-returns-to-bergfeld-park-during-tylers-azalea-trails/?trackback=tsmclip
For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler’s historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.
The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.
A couple of new features have been added to this years event – a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid’s Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!
The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.
For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the official website.


Read More: Arts & Crafts Fair Returns To Bergfeld Park During Tyler’s Azalea Trails | http://mix931fm.com/arts-crafts-fair-returns-to-bergfeld-park-during-tylers-azalea-trails/?trackback=tsmclip

 

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Tyler, Texas Bed and Breakfast-The Rosevine Inn- and Extended Stay Suites- The Best in East Texas

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 
March is here and Spring is coming!! So much goes on starting in this month! We have St. Patrick's
Day-Love that day- Then there is the arrival of Spring and the beautiful flowers -we will once again feature
Mrs. Lee's daffodil garden and Tyler's Azaleas Trails! We can look forward to more outdoor activities and then-Easter will be here the first Sunday in April!! WOW-lets get started with what's coming up in the area-

I left this out on the last blog-but they are sing some of my favorite music!

The Lettermen  February 26@ 7PM

The East Texas Men In Harmony present … 

The Lettermen! For over 50 years The Lettermen have been performing pop music with their unique blend of close harmony. Through the 1950’s and 1960’s, The Lettermen scored 16 Top Ten Singles (including the number one remake of “When I Fall In Love”), 32 consecutive Billboard Magazine Chart albums, 11 Gold records and five GRAMMY nominations. Their signature sound made romantic standards of songs such as “Smile”, “Put Your Head On My Shoulder” 


“Shangri-La” and “Love”.

 Green Acres Baptist Church Crosswalk Conference Center 

Tyler, TX 75701
For questions...
easttexwalt@yahoo.com
936-554-9449
Don't forget First Monday Trades Day
February 27-March 1  The next one is Easter Weekend-so this may be better for you!!
First Monday Trade Days in Canton, Texas is the oldest, largest continually operating outdoor flea market in the United States.
Welcome to Canton Texas, and First Monday Trade Days!
This popular flea market is open one weekend a month, attracts upwards of 100,000 shoppers, and provides spaces for 6,000 vendors located on hundreds of acres.
It has become known by shoppers from all across Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma as THE place to buy home decor, furnishings, antiques, clothing, crafts, jewelry, gifts, and collectibles. And it is a favorite of vendors, dealers, craftsmen and artists alike as the perfect venue to market their wares.
2014 was a banner year for shopping opportunities and values at this huge fleamarket, and we're looking forward to another exciting shopping year in 2015. Canton is an increasingly popular shopping destination for savvy shoppers from Dallas, Houston and other metropolitan areas, as well as for value-seekers from dozens of Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma towns.

If you can't make it then, maybe this will float your boat
 

4th AnnualSpring Rummage Sale

   Families who would like to do a little spring cleaning and make a little money are invited to take part in the rummage sale at the Glass Recreation Center. This sale is for used items only; no baked items allowed.
March 7 beginning @ 7 am.
Free admission to the public and donations will be accepted.
 

This is always Fun Fun Fun

Rose City Chili Cookoff  March 7@11 A. M.

34th Rose City Chili Cookoff benefiting Spirit of St Louis Therapeutic Riding Program for special
needs adults and teens. 

Public tasting for People's Choice voting begins at 11:00 AM, $3 for tasting cup.  Anyone can cook all categories.  beans, $10, turn in at 12 noon; Junior Chili for ages 7-17, $10, turn in at 1 PM, CASI Chili, $20, turn in at 2PM. 

Registration opens at 8:30 AM, pre-registration-mail to Rose City Pod, PO Box 132401, Tyler, TX 75713. 
For more information, call Blu Monday-Daniels 903-372-2818. 

TobyMac, Mandisa and Capital Kings 

Saturday March 7, 2015

The Oil Palace
10408 Tyler 64
Tyler, Texas 75707
http://www.oilpalace.com

For questions...
903-566-2122

This may be fun on an extended girls weekend!

Mega Bunco Bash presented by To the Moon Sisterhood

March 12 @6:30pm

Come join us! This event is open to all women in East Texas.  We will have great door prizes and a silent auction that night.  Grab a taco and a drink inside Fresh and enjoy some laughter and fun on the Patio with us.

We are excited to welcome new friends to our casual, laid back events.  With no membership and no dues, To the Moon is a great place to develop genuine friendships with other women.  We hope to see you there!
  Click here for website

For questions...
suzys3boys@gmail.com
903-780-7464
(903) 534-3000

An Art opening downtown!!

Opening Reception for Exploding Boundaries: A Fiber Arts Exhibit

Join us to celebrate the grand opening of Gallery Main Street's Exploding Boundaries: A Fiber Arts Exhibit. The event will feature music, refreshments and an opportunity to meet the artist's. It's free and open to the public, so make plans now to attend. March 14 at 5:30-              Always interesting!!

East Texas Garden Lecture Series

March 14 at 8:30 am   

Learn about the newest, easy-care rose varieties that require little or no spraying and can make a colorful impact in your landscape. Mark Chamlee, owner of Chamblee's Rose Nursery will discuss new rose varieties coming out of breeding programs that are developing superior plants for the environmentally-conscious gardener. Learn how to correctly prune all types of roses and tour the nursery.

Registration 8:30 AM, Program 9:00 AM.  $15 or $45 for a season pass to all six lecture series programs. 

 Chamblee's Rose Nursery

10926 US Highway 69 N                    
Tyler, TX 75706
For questions...
smithjean17@hotmail.com                       So if gardening is not your
903-590-2980                                        style   how about***

 

15th Annual Family History Fair

FREE BEGINNING & ADVANCED GENEALOGY CLASSES – 25 HISTORICAL QUILTS ON
DISPLAY

Susan D. Kaufman, Keynote Speaker, will help you find those lost ancestors “Using Criminal Records & Unusual Source Records for Genealogical Research”
Dr. Deborah Burkett – Quilts and Their Stories: Binding Generations Together
Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL – “DNA and Genetic Genealogy”
V. W. ‘Web’ Freeman, MMS, MA – “Getting Started with FamilySearch–FREE Resources”
Jim Connally – “Storytelling and Genealogy”
Youth Track (12-17): Beginning Genealogy and Other Courses. 

There is an Optional Box Lunch catered by Chez Bazan.  Click on the link below to download more complete information on Classes & Presentations, Pre-Registration and Box Lunch Order Form, and Hotel Discounts for out-of-town guests.  PLEASE COME AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!

For questions...
lauramik2015@gmail.com
903-825-2617 

At the Cowan


It’s time to put our political differences aside and enjoy the musings of THE CAPITOL STEPS - the only group in America that attempts to be funnier than Congress! No elected official, including the current resident of the White House, or those who may aspire to it, is off limits. These former congressional and senate staffers satirize today’s political headlines, and political headline makers, with humorous song and dance. Always fresh and crisp – no two performances by THE CAPITOL STEPS are alike.    7:30 pm  

We talked about this in the last blog-and promised to mention it again-one of our favs in the area!

 

Within the boundaries of this 918-acre farm is a lesson of history, a sermon on the wonders of God's nature and much beauty for people to see.  Due to the hard work, patience and love of Mrs. Lee, for her God, her country and her fellowman, to be able to add to the beauty of nature for all to enjoy as much as she
did.
The garden opens, depending on Mother Nature, around the middle of February and remains open through March or until the daffodils are no longer in bloom. The garden's ability to open depends upon two things:
  • Road conditions- it is closed when the roads are wet.
  • The garden's future ability to remain open depends upon the number of people who visit and register their attendance.
The garden is open during this time seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m..  For Road Conditions and predicted blooming schedule, contact the Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens directly at (903)845-5780 or email. 

 Mrs. Lee loved the land that her husband purchased so much that she bought  adjoining land until the ranch  amassed over 1,000 acres. She took this raw land and transformed it into a budding paradise; converting the gravel pits into a 5-acre lake and a 3-acre pond. Both of these were stocked with bass, perch, and catfish, while surrounded by abundant wildlife of all kinds, some of which were deer, wild turkey, all types of birds, snakes, and bobcats.  Mrs. Lee purchased an entire boxcar load of daffodil bulbs from Holland and they were all planted with approximately 40 workers, including Mrs. Carolyn Owens Johnson's grandparents, Mamie and Nathaniel Scott, whom worked for Mrs. Lee from 1952-1984.  Mrs. Johnson is the current manager of Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens.
  At the Liberty Theatre in March!!


The Thin Man (1934)
March 5 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

After a four year absence, one time detective Nick Charles (William Powell) returns to New York with his new wife Nora (Myrna Loy) and their dog, Asta. Nick re-connects with many of his old cronies, several of whom are eccentric characters, to say the least. He's also approached by Dorothy Wynant whose inventor father Clyde Wynant is suspected of murdering her step-mother. Wynant's father had left on a planned trip some months before and she has had no contact with him. Nick isn't all that keen on resuming his former profession but egged-on by wife Nora, who thinks this all very exciting, he agrees to help out. He solves the case, announcing the identity of the killer at a dinner party for all of the suspects.

Dave Alexander in concert
March 7 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door the night of the show (if not sold out)
VIP Boxes (seat 4) and are $150


Opening for them is another great East Texas Group! 
 Andie Kay Joyner and Heather Stalling of "Blacktop Gypsy".
 When they met in the early 1990's, both were already accomplished musician/vocalists. Stalling was an award winning fiddler, coming off a two-year run as a support player in Branson, MO. Joyner was still a teenager, but had sung in front of thousands of people at countless performances. Each had grown up in musical families that exposed them to bluegrass, folk, and traditional country music. For the next decade, the girls further groomed themselves for their own band by separately backing Texas artists, such as Mark David Manders, Max Stalling, Johnny Lee, Tommy Alverson, Bob Schneider, and others. The girls took a Tuesday night residency at the legendary Dallas honky-tonk, Adair's Saloon for almost a year. Stalling and Joyner even co-produced their debut CD, blacktopGYPSY, with Austin resident Adam Odor at famed Cedar Creek Studios. The album is a montage of styles representing the songwriters' varied influences and phases of musical interest. The traditional country material one might expect of a fiddler and country vocalist is certainly there. blacktopGYPSY released their second CD "Whirlwind" in September 2011 produced by the legendary Lloyd Maines
Ghostbusters (1984)
March 12 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

  Three odd-ball scientists get kicked out of their cushy positions at a university in New York City where they are experts in the occult - not very marketable.

They decide to set up shop in an old firehouse and become Ghostbusters, trapping pesky ghosts, spirits, haunts, and poltergeists for money. They wise-crack their way through the city, and stumble upon a gateway to another dimension, one which will release untold evil upon the city. Who you gonna call?!




Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
March 19 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

Cary Grant plays Mortimer Brewster, a newspaperman and author well known for his diatribes against marriage. We watch Mortimer getting married at city hall in the opening scene of the film. Next Mortimer travels home to share the good news with his two eccentric, but oh so sweet aunts. While sharing his happy news, he accidentally stumbles on a secret of his dear aunts'. They happen to be killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. It just gets worse from there....

OK we are going to stop here!! There is so much happening this month we are going to post now and later in the month-probably around the 15th or so!  So check back soon and often!!
 
 Don't forget
the time changes on the 8th this year!!
Come see us at the Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast and Extended Stay Suites-You will LOVE IT!!
Innkeeper Becca
Signing off


 


 


 

Friday, January 23, 2015

Tyler, Texas Bed and Breakfast-The Rosevine Inn and Extended Stay Suites-The Best in East Texas

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 
Valentines Day-Mardi Gras and daffodils-this is what we look for in February!!
Throw in Canton First Monday Trade Days- Music around the city-warmer days-
or we may get snow!! Who knows ?
Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast is the place to stay in Tyler to enjoy one or
all of the fun in the area-
Let's get started on the list

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AS WE MENTIONED IN THE LAST BLOG   JANUARY 30 THROUGH FEBRUARY 1
WE ARE GOING TO FEATURE THE ONE AT THE END OF THE MONTH , TOO AT THE END OF THIS BLOG-TELLING YOU MORE ABOUT THE SHOPPING FUN!!



Our first run of the year!! a 5K and Fun Run starts at the Lee High School Band hall!! 
JANUARY 31 AT 8 AM

The Robert E. Lee High School Band is hosting our 1st Annual 5K and Fun Run, January 31. The Red Raider Band on the Run 1 mile and 5K fun run will begin at the REL Band Hall, and wind through beautiful Rose Rudman trail, crossing at Donnybrook and ending at REL’s campus. Be a part of this uniquely musical 5K, with the Red Raider Band performing tunes and cadences along the route. On Saturday, January 31, the 1 mile fun run will begin at 8 a.m. and the 5K will begin at 8:30 a.m. On-site registration will end at 7:45 a.m. Parking is available at the REL horseshoe. Registration is $25 per runner.  Online registration information is available at www.relband.org.www.relband.org.

And the month of February at the
The Princess Bride
Feb. 5 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

 A kindly grandfather sits with his ill grandson and reads him a story. The story is one that has
been passed down from father to son for generations. As the grandfather reads the story, the action comes alive. The story is a classic tale of love and adventure as the beautiful Buttercup, is kidnapped by the odious Prince Humperdinck in order to start a war. It is up to Westley (her one true love) to save her. On the way he meets an accomplished swordsman and a huge, super strong giant, both of whom become Westley's companions in his quest to save Princess Buttercup, but can they save her in time?

"The Oldest Town in Texas Road Show"
Saturday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m.
Floor seats are $30.00 online or $40.00 at the door.
Balcony $20.00 online or $30.00 at the door.
VIP Box seats are $140.00 and seat 4 per box
 From sensational shows at The Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston Texas and The Pines Theater in Lufkin Texas, "The Oldest Town in Texas Road Show's " Texas Tour continues with another excellent night of entertainment. Join us for an outstanding night of family fun and music including a variety of showstoppers from past to present, Staring: Rocking P, Jan and Stephen Pate ( The Hottest Guitar Picker in The Lower 48)  and band, Plus!!!  From Hollywood to East Texas...Brad Maule ( Dr. Tony Jones of Televisions "General Hospital"), Rodger ( Johnny Cash ) Robinson, Ally Fuller,  Bo (Jerry Lee ) Miller and “Camo Elvis”, along with other special guests.
 Where else can you hear the music of Otis Redding, Bob Wills, ZZTop, Eric Clapton, Patsy Cline, Elvis, Tex Ritter, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Doobie Brothers, George Strait, and Fleetwood Mac all in the same place?  Sing along with many of your favorite songs and add some new favorites to your playlist as well.
Don’t miss this one night opportunity to see a show like no other!  This is "Branson style" entertainment on steroids!The cast will be available after the show to meet and sign autographs.


Roman Holiday (1953)
Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

 Princess Anne (Audrey Hepburn) embarks on a highly publicized tour of European capitals. When she and her royal entourage arrive in Rome, she begins to rebel against her strict and regimented schedule. One night Anne sneaks out of her room, hops into the back of a delivery truck and escapes her luxurious confinement. However, a sedative she was forced to take earlier starts to take effect, and the Princess is soon fast asleep on a public bench. She is found by Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck), an American newspaper reporter stationed in Rome. He takes her back to his apartment. The next morning Joe dashes off to cover the Princess Anne press conference, unaware that she is sleeping on his couch. Once he realizes his good fortune, Joe promises his editor an exclusive interview with the Princess.


For Valentines Day 

An Affair to Remember (1957)
An Affair to Remember (1957)Saturday, February 14 at 8 p.m. Valentine's Day!
Tickets are $10 or VIP boxes are available for $50

 One of the most romantic movies ever made, "An Affair to Remember" is the story of
handsome playboy Nicky Ferrante and beautiful night club singer Terry McKay who meet by accident while on a cruise from Europe to New York. Despite being engaged to other people, both agree to reunite at the top of the Empire State Building in six months if they still feel the same way. However, an unfortunate accident keeps Terry from the reunion, and Nicky is left wondering if her feelings for him are gone. Will he discover the truth behind her absence and reunite with his one true love, or has fate and destiny passed them by? Starring Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant. A great way to celebrate Valentines Day with the one you love.

Texas Speaker Series Presents Alex Chacon
Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $15

VIP boxes for $100 and seat 4 people
Alex Chacón is an adventure rider, public speaker, professional photographer, videographer and presenter. He presents to groups around the world about his challenging and charitable expeditions on various motorcycles around the world. Alex is a leader on the cutting edge in motorcycle adventure riding/exploring, contributing to major motorcycle magazines, working as a professional free-lance photographer for companies and well recognized brand names in the industry and collaborating in product development of prototype gear with testing and production. He currently runs the only motorcycle consulting business in the world for travel in Latin America where he occasionally runs tours
  His most famous expedition to date has been a 500 day solo round trip from Alaska to Argentina in 500 days raising money for the Children of Uganda in Africa.
Thanks to the success of his blogging, writing, and capturing of his own personal Motorcycle Diaries, he was able to document this epic adventure in a whole new interactive and in-depth way never captured before, through unique pictures, videos and viral YouTube films like, "The Modern Motorcycle Diaries". His body of work has been featured around the world in thousands of magazines, newspapers, international/national TV news and interviews. 

Magik Theatre Presents Rumpelstiltskin
February 21 at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $15

 
The King has locked Gabby in a straw-filled room, with orders to spin gold or lose her head! When a crafty man with a secret name offers to help, Gabby makes him a promise she isn’t prepared to keep. Now gabby has three days to guess the man’s name. Can she do it before time runs out?
Best for children ages 4 to 10.

Now in its 20th season, The Magik Theatre is San Antonio's premiere professional family theatre, producing live stage versions of children's classic and contemporary literature. Since the first curtain came up in 1994, The Magik Theatre has served over 1.5 million people, including children from over 700 schools and groups in over 40 school districts throughout South and Central Texas.


 

Urban Cowboy (1980)
Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

Bud Davis is a country boy who moves to the Houston to stay with his uncle and find work.
Bud's aunt and uncle take him out to Gilley's, the local honky tonk, to show him a good time.  He loves it and makes it his usual nightly party spot. He gets a job at the refinery where his uncle works and meets Sissy, a local girl looking for her happily ever after. They fall in love and decide to get married. Marriage is a lot harder than either of them ever expected. Can these two grow up and make their love last or will others come between them and ruin their happy ending?



This COULD be fun!!!

The Newlywed Game and Comedy Night
Feb. 28 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the door



VIP Boxes are $100 and seat 4
Join us for our very own "Newlywed Game" East Texas style! Four lucky couples will be chosen directly from the audience to participate in this live version of the old gameshow!

This show is not for the easily shocked or offended, but will be a lot of fun for a date night! The show will also feature the comedy of our very own Brandon Davidson, who will also MC the game. The winning couple will get a special prize!
Bring your Mr., Mrs. or your sweetie and play along and have a grown up night of fun and romance!


At University of Texas Cowan Theatre-One of my Favorite Authors!!
 Nicholas Sparks
February 5 at 7:30 pm
In 1994, rejected from both publishers and law schools, NICHOLAS SPARKS was a job-jumping
salesman who wrote in the evenings. In early 1995, and against all odds, his manuscript was discovered in the slush pile. By October, Warner Books famously paid a million dollars for an unknown story about a notebook. The rest, as they say, is history. Now with almost 80 million copies of his books in print, literary sensation NICHOLAS SPARKS is the author of 17 New York Times #1 bestselling books and a cultural phenomenon in his own right. Limited tickets to the post lecture reception are available. Persons attending the reception are invited to bring their favorite book for signing. For more info
UT Tyler R. Don Cowan Fine & Performing Arts Center
3900 University Blvd
Tyler, Texas 75799
For questions...
cowan@uttyler.edu
903 566-7424
                                                        East Texas Garden Lecture Series
February 7- 8:30 a.m. 
3 floral designers will give quick lessons on floral arranging with arrangements being raffled at the end. Proceeds benefit East Texas Crisis Center
Registration 8:30 AM Program 9:00 AM
$15 ($45 for season pass to all six Lecture Series programs)
Contact:  Texas A&M Agrilife Extenstion Service-Smith County  903-590-2980

Annual Quilt-a-thon

Feb 7 at 9 a.m.

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, 4900 Kinsey Drive, will be having it's Annual Quilt-a-thon on
Saturday, February 7th. from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  This event is free and open to the public.  If
you can tie a knot or just want to watch, come by.  For more info call 903-561-1865. or check us out on facebook.  All quilts will be donated to various non profit organizations. For more Info

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church 4900 Kinsey DriveTyler, Texas 75701 

nctyler@aol.com
903-561-1865

 

Rose City Classic Invitational Gymnastics Meet

Texas East Gymnastics is holding the 9th annual Rose City Classic Invitational Gymnastics Meet. The USAG sanctioned meet will have over 500 female gymnasts competing. Competitors are from all over Texas as well as surrounding states. The meet will include gymnastics Levels 2-10 as well as Xcel athletes and Elite gymnasts. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Foundation for Life: FitSTEPS for Life program.
UT Tyler Campus3900 University BlvdTyler, TX 75799Children (12 & under) $5/session or $10/weekendCost:  Adults $15/session or $25/weekend

http://www.uttyler.edu/ 903-566-7068     For questions...
tammyproctor1@yahoo.com
903-509-3547

Some Valentine's Day Ideas!!
  Love Under the Stars                                   Feb. 14 5 or 8 pm

Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served, followed by a live narrated performance of a fulldome sky show filled with romantic love, classical mythology, vast constellations, and sweeping visuals set to a classical score.  If weather permits, there will be outdoor, telescopic viewing afterwards.  Also included will be a lover’s gift basket and commemorative digital photos.  The event is for couples only.  Both must be over 21 years of age to attend.   Advanced tickets can be purchased online at www.tjc.edu/cesse/ or at the CESSE ticket counter during regular business hours.  Seating is very limited so buy now.  They are going fast!
For more info  
Center for Earth and Space Science Education
1327 South Baxter Avenue
Tyler, TX 75711
http://www.tjc.edu/cesse

For questions...
mtho@tjc.edu
903-510-2312
(903)-510-2312

ROCK'n Valentine's Festival featuring 

Bret Michaels

THE OIL PALACE and CLASSIC ROCK 96.1 Presents,
ROCK'N VALENTINE'S FESTIVAL 
BRET MICHAELS With SPECIAL GUESTS WARRANT, Winger and FireHouse 

TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 12, 2014 @ 9:00AM 
The Oil Palace - Tyler, Tx
Saturday, FEBRUARY 14, 2015
Doors open at 5:30 PM
Show starts at 7:30 PM 
Tickets
STARTING AT $30  For More info            

              Kodo One Earth Tour: Mystery

 Explosive! Thunderous! Epic! KODO, the taiko drumming pioneers from Japan, takes you on a voyage to the extraordinary, to a mysterious realm that lies in the beyond. Experience a performance that brings a wondrous and sacred world to the stage using the mystery created by folk artists since ancient times. Fusing the dynamism of taiko expression with the beauty and charm that lie within old-world rituals, KODO ONE EARTH TOUR: MYSTERY turns traditional Japanese music into a stunning spectacle and a vibrant expression of artistic excellence. KODO thoughtfully transforms the percussive drum songs and dances of Japan’s age-old celebrations, while pairing ancient pieces with new compositions from esteemed jazz pianists to kabuki masters.

For more info 
Cowan Center
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, Texas 75701

For questions...
cowan@uttyler.edu
903 566-7424 

2015 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show Benefiting the East Texas Crisis Center

 The 2015 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show benefiting the East Texas Crisis Center will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary in February. The Silver Anniversary event will open at Harvey Convention Center in Tyler on Friday, February 20th at 4:00 p.m. and run through Sunday, February 22nd.Each year the show features a special collection of cars and this year’s collection will be a tribute to the classic movie, American Graffiti. The show will capture the movie’s theme “where were you in ‘62” with tribute cars spanning the 50’s decade through 1962 that were featured in the movie.The show brings in vehicles of all makes, from every decade, some very
rare, some from car enthusiasts who own vast collections of cars and some from those who have owned or purchased the one “dream car” from their youth.
This year we have even more Entertainment for Kids and Adults.Live entertainment will reflect the music of the same era featuring Matt and Megan Magill on Saturday and The Tyler All-Star Band with their special brand of 60’s rock & roll on Sunday. Recorded rock & roll music will play throughout the show along with recordings of Wolfman Jack who made a cameo appearance in the movie. Wolfman Jack was a gravelly voiced legendary rock & roll radio disc jockey in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

Car Raffle

 Each year’s show features an exciting car donated by Tyler Ford to be raffled off at the close of the show. 2015 will be the twelfth year that David Irwin, with Tyler Ford, has donated a car to help raise proceeds for the East Texas Crisis Center.

Save the Date
February 20-22, 2015 and bring your best girl or guy and “stroll” down memory lane with us. All proceeds from the show help women and their children who seek services and shelter to escape family violence and abuse in the home.   For more Info

Harvey Convention Center
2000 W Front St
Tyler, TX 75702


For questions...
jeremy@etcc.org
903-509-2526
903-531-1349



 
Most people have never heard of it...   yet those who have, believe it is a private paradise tucked away among the East Texas landscape. It is considered to be the best kept secret in East Texas. Mrs. Lee's Garden is a 816-acre tract of land that is drastically transformation every February and March. Each spring
the acreage becomes a golden haven of beauty. Millions of golden daffodils, scattered over approximately 28 acres, begin to bloom.  Visitors can see all the beauty by traveling along a four-mile trail that meanders around two lakes, between wooded valleys, and around a replica pioneer log cabin.  It is a sight that leaves visitors in absolute awe.
Within the boundaries of this 918-acre farm is a lesson of history, a sermon on the wonders of God's nature and much beauty for people to see.  Due to the hard work, patience and love of Mrs. Lee, for her God, her country and her fellowman, to be able to add to the beauty of nature for all to enjoy as much as she did.
The garden opens, depending on Mother Nature, around the middle of February and remains open through March or until the daffodils are no longer in bloom. The garden's ability to open depends upon two things:
  • Road conditions- it is closed when the roads are wet.
  • The garden's future ability to remain open depends upon the number of people who visit and register their attendance.
The garden is open during this time seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m..  For Road Conditions and predicted blooming schedule, contact the Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens directly at (903)845-5780 or email. 
When visiting please respect the beauty that is offered for your enjoyment.  Please do not sit on, walk on or pick the daffodils.  Please do not litter while you are here.   Thank you!
We will feature this again on the next blog--It is a MUST SEE!!

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown : The Broadway Musical

Date: February 25, 2015 - February 28, 2015

 Location: Wise Auditorium 

Cost: $5 general public, free for TJC studentsby composer and librettist Clark Gesner and lyricist John GordonStage Direction by Dr. David CrawfordMusic Direction by Andrea
TrentChoreography by Carolyn HannaGood grief! It’s Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole Peanuts crowd! Based on the popular comic strip by Charles M. Schulz, this Tony Award-winning Broadway musical revival follows a day in the life of these iconic characters. It’s sure to delight both children and “former children” alike! 


Box OfficeTheatre TJC box office opens one week prior to performances. Box office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays only throughout the run of performances.  903-510-22

 First Monday Trade days Again!! Yes at the end of February it is Feb 26 thru March 1! 
 T ALL BEGAN … in the 1850′s when the circuit judge stopped in Canton on the FIRST MONDAY of each month. This was the day the Judge held court. People from the area came to town on that day to conduct their business, stock their pantries and sit in on court proceedings … and watch a few “hangings”. History relates one incident where a man was hung for stealing his partner’s wagon of goods for trading. He is buried facing south (not east) in Hillcrest Cemetery by the First Monday grounds.

Quite naturally, many also brought their own goods, produce and livestock with them to sell or trade. This took place just off the west side of the courthouse square. Most history versions include the trading of wild hosrses, which were rounded up in the region and brought to Canton to sell.
By 1965, FIRST MONDAY had outgrown the Town Square, It was then that the City of Canton purchased six acres just two blocks north of the courthouse. FIRST MONDAY was moved off the square.
Originally, FIRST MONDAY only “happened” on the first Monday of each month. However, if you take a look NOW at the calendar, you will note that Monday has been excluded.
Even though the event goes from Thursday – Sunday, the name is now and will forever be known as: FIRST MONDAY TRADE DAYS.
  Well that about does it for now. This is by no means all that is going on-Tyler is full of live music venues all over town and there is so much more-
But in the meantime-don't forget to make your reservation soon-Valentines Day is coming up


  The Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast
is where fires burn nightly and breakfast is served daily
 Until next time
Innkeeper Becca signing off!!