Wednesday, November 5, 2014

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

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 
Thanks giving is just around the corner!! can you believe it? Soon we will be all getting together with our
loved ones and eating our favorite foods-then mark, get set and go-four more weeks and it will be Christmas!! Amazing-be thinking about coming to our area for a great outing-cutting down you Christmas Tree and staying at The Rosevine Inn-sitting by the fire in the barn and visiting with the other guests and  innkeepers is a really great time!!  but before that we will feature some of the fun things coming up in the before the Turkey Day!!
Let's get started****

Live Music @ Rose City Farmer's Market

This market is set up every Saturday morning-it is really more than just a great place to find produce.
It offers live music performed by local and Texas artists, yoga, kids activities and educational events.
You need to check it out!!

Suzy Bogguss

Nov. 8 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $22 online and $25 at the door
VIP Boxes are $175

At Liberty Hall-Downtown Tyler


Also this month at 

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is the story of a Southern family in crisis, especially the husband and wife Brick and Margaret (usually called Maggie or "Maggie the Cat"), and their interaction with Brick's family over the course of one evening gathering at the family estate. The party is to celebrate the birthday of patriarch Big Daddy Pollitt, "the Delta's biggest cotton-planter" and his return from the Ochsner Clinic with what he has been told is a clean bill of health. All family members (except Big Daddy and his wife, Big Mama) are aware of Big Daddy's true diagnosis: he is dying of cancer. His family has lied to Big Daddy and Big Mama to spare the aging couple from pain on the patriarch's birthday but, throughout the course of the play, it becomes clear that the Pollitt family has long constructed a web of deceit.Maggie, determined and beautiful, has escaped a childhood of poverty to marry into the wealthy Pollitts, but finds herself unfulfilled. Brick has not slept with Maggie for a long time, which has strained their marriage. Brick, an aging football hero, infuriates her by ignoring his brother Gooper's attempts to gain control of the family fortune. Brick's indifference and his drinking escalates with the recent suicide of his friend Skipper. Through the evening, Brick, Big Daddy and Maggie—and the entire family—separately must face down the issues which they have bottled up inside.

ALSO

Humor in the White House with Peter Roussel

 Nov. 17 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $15 or $10 with student ID
VIP Boxes $125

 With over 45 years of business, government, political and media experience, including two tours of duty in the White House under Presidents Reagan and Ford, Peter Roussel is an author, television and radio commentator and public relations consultant. From 1981-1987, he served in the White House as Special Assistant and Deputy Press Secretary to President Reagan. His very first assignment was to handle media relations for the historic appointment of Sandra Day O’Connor as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme
Court.
His other duties included briefings of the White House press corps and accompanying President Reagan on foreign and domestic trips, including the historic summit meetings with the Russians at Geneva in 1985 and Iceland in 1986.
From 1974-1976 he served in the White House as Staff Assistant to President Ford. From 1969-1974 he was press secretary to President George H.W. Bush when Mr. Bush was U.S. Congressman, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and Chairman of the Republican National Committee. His career in public relations and advertising began in 1966, including 1996-2003 as a managing partner of Neumann Roussel Public Relations.
He is a media commentator with appearances that have included the Charlie Rose Show (PBS), CNN News, and Sam Donaldson Show (ABC) and as a regular on-camera commentator for ABC-TV’s Channel 13 and KTRH News Radio in Houston. He has written articles for the New York Times, Washington Post and other publications and is the author of the recently-published novel, Ruffled Flourishes, which draws on his experiences as a White House spokesman.
A 1965 graduate of the University of Houston, he was honored in 1983 with their Distinguished Alumnus Award. He currently holds the Warner Chair in Journalism at Sam Houston State University where he teaches on the press and the presidency and other subjects.
                                                       Then some movies!! The King and I

Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $7     

This 1956 classic film stars Yul Brenner and Debra Kerr.Mrs. Anna Leonowens and her son Louis arrive in Bangkok, where she has contracted to teach English to the many children of the King of Siam. Right off the back there are problems with her accommodations but she quickly falls in love with the King's children and stays.
Anna grows extremely fond of the King, and he with her. But it is a love that cannot be. Just as she is just about to leave Siam she hears of the King's imminent death, and returns to lend her help to his son, her favorite pupil, to rule his people.
Then a documentary about something that really happened HERE!! 
Nov. 23 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $10
January 2010: In the buckle of the Bible Belt, 10 churches burn to the ground in just over a month igniting the largest criminal investigation in East Texas history. No stone is left unturned and even Satan himself is considered a suspect in this gripping investigation of a community terrorized from the inside-out. Families are torn apart and communities of faith struggle with forgiveness and justice in this incredible true story. LITTLE HOPE WAS ARSON is a feature length documentary produced by the Collaborate & Goodnight 
Smoke. 
And a classic favorite   Just in time for Christmas
Meet Me in St. Louis
Nov. 28 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7

Set in St. Louis 1903, the well-off Smith family has four beautiful daughters, including Esther and little Tootie. 17-year old Esther has fallen in love with the boy next door who has just moved in, John. He however barely notices her at first. The family is shocked when Mr. Smith reveals that he has been transferred to a nice position in New York, which means that the family has to leave St. Louis and the St. Louis Fair. Starring Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien. Includes the debut of "The Trolley Song" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".

Ready for A Run??

Eighth Annual Bambi Run 

November 15                                   8A.M.  5K Fun Run and Walk. Run as if your life depended on it and support your Parks Department’s programs. Sponsorships available. New twist and turns could be in store. This is our eighth year for the race and we plan to have a great turn out.

Cost is $15/person. Includes a T-shirt to the first 200 to pre-register and medals will be awarded in youth and adult age divisions. Faulkner Park
410 W Cumberland Rd
Tyler, TX 75702
For questions...
903-531-1377

                          Jeanne Robertson

November 15   7:30 pm  

Turning 70 years young this year, JEANNE ROBERTSON charms audiences with her hilarious and spot-on observations about life. This former Miss North Carolina stands six feet tall and possesses an infectious personality, lots of heart, and an uplifting sense of humor. Popular anecdotes like “Don’t Go to Vegas Without A Baptist,” “Don’t Bungee Jump Naked,” and “Don’t Send a Man to the Grocery Store” are just a few of the hysterical stories that are sure to give you a funny reminder of someone you know. Her witty depiction of everyday situations will have you rolling in the aisles!
Cowan Center
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, Texas 75701
For questions...
cowan@uttyler.edu
903 566-7424
 

Theatre TJC's Elektra

Written and directed by  TJC Faculty Denise Weatherly-Green Taken from the works by Aeschylus, Sophocles, & Euripides Through her long years of powerless rage against her mother and stepfather, who murdered her father, King Agamemnon, Elektra has been sustained only by the belief that her brother Orestes will one day return to help her avenge their father’s death. But further grief awaits her before that day can be fulfilled. November 19-23 

Where: Jean Browne Theatre 

Wednesday through Saturday performances @ 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee at 2:00 P. M.

Price: Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students.

Box Office: 903-510-2212 Theatre TJC box office opens Wednesday, November 12. Box office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays only throughout the run of performances
.For questions...
dcra@tjc.edu
903-510-2678
903-510-2483     Then

November 20  at 7:30pm

                Yuja Wang & Leonidas Kavakos

 Twenty-seven year old pianist YUJA WANG
is widely recognized as one of the most important artists of her generation. Lauded for her controlled, prodigious technique, she has been praised for her authority over the most complex technical demands of the repertoire. LEONIDAS KAVAKOS is renowned across the world as a violinist and artist of rare quality, known at the highest level for his virtuosity, superb musicianship and the integrity of his playing. Together, YUJA & LEONIDAS have toured the globe spreading the passion for classical mastery and expanding musical horizons. These two superb musicians have collaborated with almost every major conductor and esteemed orchestra in the world. Witness as these two virtuosos unite in harmony as they perform the great violin and piano sonatas of Brahms.   For questions...
cowan@uttyler.edu
903 566-7424 

             Wow another Run on November 22 at 9 AM                     

Cold Turkey Fun Run, 5K & Sprint                Championship

 Next Step Community Solutions, an East Texas 501(c) 3 nonprofit, is holding its inaugural Cold Turkey Fun Run, 5K and Sprint Championship in downtown Tyler on Nov. 22. The 5K will start at 9 a.m., the sprint championship will start at 9:30 a.m., and the 1-mile fun run will start at 10 a.m. Day-of registration will be held from 7 to 8:30 a.m. All ages are welcome to participate in the Cold Turkey Run.

 Next Step requests that runners under the age of 12 register for the 1-mile fun run. Awards will be given to the top male and female finishers in each age group. Chip timing technology will be used
for the 5K.

 
The event is designed to help fund resources and education related to substance abuse prevention programs for East Texas youth
. 

 Downtown Tyler Square 

Tyler, TX 75701For questions...

brandon.davidson@nextstepcsi.com
903-939-9010
Then a great really fun kickoff to Christmas 

                           Christmas in the Village - BVT

 Hosted by the Breckenridge Village Ladies Auxiliary & Staff. Join the BVT Residents & Staff to Welcome the Christmas season! Come for Games, Food, Music, Christmas Shopping, Live Nativity Scene, Photos with Camel, Lighting of the Village and more! November 22, 2014 from 2pm-6pm. 

 Let me tell you-towards the middle of November we will have some spectacular fall colors in the area! You need to come and just drive around. The leaves are so great! We can direct you to the best roads and "spots". 

Then the weekend after Thanksgiving is Canton First Monday weekend!!  Can you believe that?  

So we have shopping, plays , movies, entertainers, music and even more that we did not even have time to mention!! 

Come see us at The Rosevine Inn bed and Breakfast and stay a night or longer and enjoy all East Texas has to offer-- because after all
         Fires burn nightly and breakfast is served daily !!

Until next time  Innkeeper Becca signing off

 



 


Saturday, October 18, 2014

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

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 
This is going to be an exciting few weeks-Just got through with the 75th annual Tyler Rose Festival. Such Comic Con in Tyler. It will be exciting and fun. We also have all the Halloween events coming up. Mix that with Canton First Monday weekend and we have a whole lot to feature.   
beautiful events and happenings! Now it is time to feature the 2nd annual

First lets look into our health!

            LifeLine Health Screening

 Glenwood Church of Christ is pleased to offer a preventive health event. Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings, will host their affordable, non-invasive and painless health screenings on 10/23/2014.  Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems related to: blocked arteries which is a leading cause of stroke; abdominal aortic aneurysms which can lead to a ruptured aorta; hardening of the arteries in the legs which is a strong predictor of heart disease; atrial fibrillation or irregular heart beat which is closely tied to stroke risk; and a bone density screening, for men and women, used to assess the risk of osteoporosis. Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our member discount).  All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete.  In order to register for this event and to receive a $10 discount off any package priced above $129, please call 1-888-653-6441 or visit www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners. Starting at 9 am

TYLER rose city comic CON 2014

October 25 & 26

 SCIENCE FICTION, HORROR, & COMIC BOOK CONVENTION!

The itinerary for this event is so extensive that we cannot possibly publish all of it-so we are just going to give you the link and let you see it yourselves. The cost for this is so reasonable

$30 for two days ($50) VIP   to see and talk to lots of famous people and experience so many activities you will not believe it-so click here

http://www.toursoftyler.com/tyler_rose_city_comic_con

to buy tickets and see all the happenings!!

And at 

                Comic Con events but first we need to see a horror movie-right? It is the season
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7     





Five friends visiting their grandfather's house in the country are hunted and terrorized by a chain-saw wielding killer and his family of grave-robbing cannibals.
Then 

Comicon & Liberty Present: Psychic, Lorna Reynolds
Oct. 24 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $15
$5 at the door with Comicon pass
Comicon VIP's get in free
  Lorna Reynolds is a psychic medium from the East Coast. Her psychic galleries and past life regressions have astounded thousands of people. But it's her easy going way with people...so approachable...the way she makes you feel like you have made a real connection that really sets Lorna apart. Not only will you be amazed by her abilities...you will come away feeling as if you have made a new friend. Join us for an intimate introduction to Lorna and a demonstration of her amazing abilities.


Comicon & Liberty Present Erin Marie Hogan
Oct. 25 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $15
$5 at the door with Comicon Pass

Comicon VIP's get in free
 Liberty and Comicon are pleased to present Erin Hogan. Erin played the leading role in the cult favorite film Paranormal Entity (2009), and went on to star in Hold Your Breath in 2012, and numerous award winning short films. She has appeared in such television hits as Seven Lives Exposed, The Bold & The Beautiful, Femme Fatales, and 1,000 Ways to Die. She won Best Actress In A Drama at the Playhouse West Film Festival for her portrayal of an agoraphobic young woman, haunted by the memory of her fiance's murder. Erin and her friends also produced an Arrested Development (2003) fan series entitled Paul Goetz's Last Ditch Effort (2012) about Erin's real-life friend Paul, and his attempt to get cast on the new season of his favorite television series, Arrested Development. Join us at Liberty for a screening of Paranormal Entity and then Q & A with Erin (in person) after the movie.

 Rocky Horror Picture Show - Oct. 30 and Oct 31

Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.                                         
Oct. 31 at 11 p.m.
Tickets are $10 on the 30th  $13 on the 31st
VIP Box $125   
 

A newly engaged couple have a breakdown in an isolated area and must pay a call to the bizarre residence of Dr. Frank-N-Furter
 First, the only thing you really need to bring your first time out in order to have fun is a sense of humor, and money for admission and props. You should dress in whatever makes YOU feel comfortable, but also does not violate any local standards (nudity is out.) Please do not show up drunk or trashed - we don't want any problems!A prop bag will be available at the the door to purchase - so you don't bring a thing with you. Just watch along with everyone else to figure out when to throw these items.
So get your ticket - before they are gone - pull your knees in tight and let's do the time warp!!

And on the 31st!! 
This showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show is only for the brave and open minded! If you are easily shocked this is not the one to attend! We will have a live stage show for this showing - performing live during the movie.

And the first weekend in November
This looks like such fun!

Sound of Music (sing along version)
Nov. 6 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7
This will be a sing along version so be prepared to SING!!

In 1930's Austria, a young woman named Maria is failing miserably in her attempts to become a nun. When the Navy captain Georg Von Trapp writes the convent asking for a governess that can handle his seven mischievous children, Maria is given the job. The Captain's wife is dead, and he is often away, and runs the household as strictly as he does the ships he sails on. The children are unhappy and resentful of the governesses that their father keeps hiring, and have managed to run each of them off one by one. When Maria arrives, she is initially met with the same hostility, but her kindness, understanding, and sense of fun soon draws them to her and brings some much-needed joy into all their lives -- including the Captain's. Eventually he and Maria find themselves falling in love. The romance makes them both start questioning the decisions they have made. Will true love win out?
 Suzy Bogguss
 Nov. 8 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $22 online and $25 at the door
VIP Boxes are $175
Suzy Bogguss didn’t set out to craft a Merle Haggard tribute record. Some might call that serendipity; she just calls it Lucky. “Merle Haggard is a hell of a storyteller,” says Suzy. “When I hear his songs, I feel like I’m listening in on someone’s life.” On her new album, Lucky, a collection of songs all written by Haggard, Suzy does more than just listen—the CMA, ACM and Grammy Award-winning singer makes the country rebel’s compositions her own, reinterpreting classics like “The Bottle Let Me Down,” “Silver Wings” and “Today I Started Loving You Again” from a female point of view. “Merle is one of the most masculine songwriters I’ve ever heard, and I’ve been watching boys cover his music for years. I just thought, ‘Why couldn’t a girl do this?’” Suzy says.
Turns out, a woman can—especially if that woman is Suzy Bogguss, one of country music’s most pristine and evocative vocalists. With the release of the Illinois native’s 1989 major label debut, Somewhere Between, Suzy quickly became one of the key artists that defined those golden days of ’90s country. She scored a string of Top 10 singles with country radio staples like “Outbound Plane,” “Drive South,” “Hey Cinderella,” “Letting Go” and “Aces,” and her 1991 album of that name was certified platinum. In addition, she scored a trio of gold albums and notched more than 3 million sales.
With Lucky, released on Suzy’s own label Loyal Duchess, the singer comes full circle, returning yet again to her early inspiration, Haggard—Suzy’s Somewhere Between was titled after a Hag cut.
“My very first song on the radio, ‘Somewhere Between,’ was a Merle Haggard song,” says Suzy, going on to explain the title of Lucky, which she produced with her husband, songwriter Doug Crider. “I was sitting at the kitchen table reading the newspaper and the word ‘lucky’ jumped out at me. I said, ‘That’s the title of the album.’ Because I feel lucky that I get to know Merle.”
“He really is the poet of the common man.” Or in this case, an extraordinary woman. Get your tickets today to see Suzy in concert!
Moore Farms

Friday, October 10, 2014

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

Innkeeper Rose Vine Inn Bed & Breakfast 
October is always a great month for travel and fun. The weather usually cooperates and there is always things to do no matter where you go. Even just sitting and watching the world go by can be a pleasurable event! The third weekend in October brings The Texas Rose festival to Tyler!
Every town surrounding Tyler also has a festival and The Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast is the best place to stay while you enjoy all the activities in the area-It can be music, theatre, outdoor and indoor movies, great food, costumes-let's not forget Halloween is almost here, too!!
We will feature just a few of the great 'happenings' In the area here.

Smith County Master Gardeners Bulbs and More  October 11 at 8:30 am

Learn all about great bulbs for Northeast Texas; how to grow them; and then purchase ones not readily available at all nurseries. Guest speakers will present programs with a question and answer time for attendees.

Independent Film Screening:

"Travelling Salesman"

Doors open at 6:30 pm
Tickets $8

Director: Timothy Lanzone
Writers: Andy Lanzone, Timothy Lanzone
Stars: Danny Barclay, Eric Bloom, David John Cole 
2012 Winner
Best Feature Film
Best Actor
Best Editor
2012 Silicon Valley Film Festival
80 minutes
Travelling Salesman is an intellectual thriller about four of the world's smartest mathematicians hired by the U.S. government to solve the most elusive problem in computer science history ­­ P vs. NP. The four have jointly created a "system" which could be the next major advancement for humanity or the downfall of society.
As the mathematicians are about to sign documents that will give the government sole and private ownership of their solution, they wrestle with the moral dilemma of how their landmark discovery will be used. 


The Old Firehouse in Edom
8241 FM 279
Edom, Texas 75754
info@theoldfirehouse.net

For questions...
info@theoldfirehouse.net
903-852-2781

Rose Garden Tours



Oct 16 and 17
During the 2014 Rose Festival Event, two tours will be given by the Parks and Recreation Department. You will learn the history of the garden and tips for growing roses. Enjoy seeing the garden in full bloom and take part in the Rose Festival’s excitement and pageantry.




Lone Star Singles Dinner Out 

 For a great opportunity to meet new people 50 and over, join the Lone Star Singles for dinner this month! The group will meet at Outback Steakhouse in Tyler on Thursday, October 16 at 5:45 p.m. for good food and conversation. For more information, call (903) 566-4211.

Okay here it is The Rose Festival Schedule for 2014

 

Texas Rose Festival, Rose Parade and Rose Museum

Welcome to Tyler ...
"The Rose Capital of America”!


The rose industry has been a major industry in the Tyler area for decades. Located adjacent to the famous Tyler Rose Garden is the Tyler Rose Museum, which showcases and documents the history of the annual Texas Rose Festival.

2014 Texas Rose Festival Theme, Queen and Her Court

The 81st Texas Rose Festival will be held on October 16-18, 2014, with "Cirque de la Rose" as its theme. The Texas Rose Festival Board President is Preston Smith.
Kathryn Elizabeth Peltier, the 19 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert James Peltier, will reign as the 2014 Texas Rose Festival Queen. She attends the University of Texas at Austin.
Historic postcard ... "Greetings from the Tyler Texas Rose Festival"Historic postcard ... "Greetings from the Tyler Texas Rose Festival"
The 2014 Duchess of the Texas Rose Festival is Kathleen Sinclair Bertram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Kenneth Bertram. Miss Bertram graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and attends the University of Oklahoma, studying social work.
Members of the 2014 Tyler Court are Katarina Maksimovic-Vukelja Anderson, Lucille Annie Bates, Hanna Elizabeth Clarke, Rachel Alexandra Cooper, Sarah Ann McKellar, Mary Guyton McKellar, Mary-Lauren Shelton, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Boone, Emma Louise Brookshire, Lauren Rachael Brown, Kathryn Louise Loggins, and Laura Frances Meads.
The Queen’s attendants for the 2014 festival are Emmy Elizabeth Brewer, Harris Kelley Brownlow, Cline Chloe Jacqueline Cavender, Olivia Grace Kerr, Claire Bergfeld Lofquist, r Stephen Jack Mizer, Jr., and Kylan Grace Wedell.
The Rose Festival activities include the queen's coronation at the Cowan Center and the Rose Parade on Saturday.

2014 Texas Rose Festival Schedule of Events

Shown below are highlights of the many events scheduled for the 2014 festival. NOTE: Dates and times are not official ... contact the Rose Festival for details.
October 16 10:00 am Ribbon Cutting
Tyler Rose Garden Center
October 16 10:30 am Morning Prayer Service
Tyler Rose Garden Center
October 16 7:00 pm Kickoff Concert
Bergfeld Park
October 17
11:15 am
Men's Luncheon
Villa di Felcita
October 17 11:30 am Ladies' Luncheon
CrossWalk Conference Center at Green Acres Baptist Church
October 17 7:00 pm Coronation of Queen
Cowan Center at the UT-Tyler
October 18 9:00 am Rose Parade
Free parade viewing along route, seats available on west side of Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium
October 18 1:00-3:00 p.m. Queen's Tea
Tyler Rose Garden, Queen's Court
In addition to the coronation and parade, an arts and crafts fair, floral shows, garden tours, and many more activities attract thousands of visitors annually to Tyler for this spectacular event. The annual rose show is free and open to the public, beginning at 9 a.m. on October 17 and 18, and at Noon on October 19.
For more detailed information about events, schedules, locations, and tickets, we recommend a visit the official website of the Texas Rose Festival.

2014 Texas Rose Parade

Float in the Texas Rose Parade in TylerFloat in the Texas Rose Parade in Tyler
The Texas Rose Parade is scheduled to begin on Saturday, October 18, 2014, at 9 a.m. The parade assembles at Front Street and Glenwood Boulevard, and then follows a route west on Front Street, through the East Texas State Fairgrounds and ending inside Rose Stadium.
There is free parade viewing along the route, and seats are available on west side of Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium.
The parade features floats, marching bands, walking groups, drill teams, mounted horse clubs, vintage cars, and of course the queen and her court!
In the earlier years of the parade, rose growers supplied hundreds of dozens of rose blooms, and garden clubs worked through the night before the parade to decorate floats using the roses. Today, rose growers still offer blooms and volunteers still help decorate floats with live roses.

Texas Rose Festival History

The beauty and elegance of the Texas Rose FestivalThe beauty and elegance of the Texas Rose Festival
The festival is a celebration of the rose industry that thrives in Tyler. Seven Tyler-area companies process and distribute several million roses each year, making the city deserving of its “Rose Capital” title. About 75% of all roses in the country are handled in Tyler.
The first Tyler Rose Festival was organized by Tyler Garden Club members, local rose growers and the Chamber of Commerce in October 1933 to showcase the importance of the rose industry to Tyler.
The theme of the event was "Festival Fairyland", and included a parade, rose queen's coronation and a rose show. The first festival was a success, and the decision was made to continue the event, and the 1934 festival had as its theme "A Garden in Venice".
The annual event was renamed the Texas Rose Festival during the Texas Centennial in 1936.
Tyler Rose Museum
The Tyler Rose MuseumThe Tyler Rose Museum
Located on the grounds of the Tyler Rose Garden, and across the street from the Harvey Convention Center, is the 7,500 sqft Tyler Rose Museum.
The museum is run by a nonprofit organization operated with private donations. Its purpose is to showcase the rich history and tradition of Tyler, the rose industry and the Rose Festival.
Opened in 1992, it been visited by over 300,000 people, and is a major tourist attraction in Tyler. The Rose Museum tells the story of the hardships and successes of the rose-growing industry, and the elegance and tradition of the Rose Festival.
The museum features a large collection of photographs, videos, audio, music, newspaper clippings, rose memorabilia, and of course the jeweled festival costumes, which are changed quarterly. A gift shop is located adjacent to the museum. Stairs and an elevator for the handicapped take visitors down one level to the Tyler Rose Garden.
The museum is located at 420 Rose Park Drive. For details and hours, call the museum at 903.597.3130. A small entrance fee is required.

 Shopping-here you go

 

TASCA Garage Sale

 
TASCA will hold its annual garage sale on Saturday, October 18 from 7 AM until 2 PM. The event will take place in the TASCA parking lot. Items to be sold include clothing, collectibles, glassware, furniture and more. You never know when you might find a treasure! For more information, call (903) 871-3217

10495 CR 2167 (Jim Russell Rd)
Whitehouse, TX 75791
For questions...
info@tasca.org
(903) 871-3217

2nd Annual Auto & Cycle Show

Oct. 18 8-2

The Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting our 2nd Annual “End of Summer Palooza/Auto & Cycle Show” on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 at the Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department. This event is open to everyone, whether or not you have a Show car, truck, or motorcycle. We will have activities for all ages, including the Auto
& Cycle Show, Food, a Bounce house, Child Safety Fingerprinting & Identification by Cuney Police Department, Fire Safety Education, Driver Safety Education, & MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving.) We hope to be adding more events, as we obtain sponsors to help with this.  The END OF SUMMER PALOOZA is a charitable event to raise money for the Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department, for much needed equipment. 

Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Dept.

2340 FM 346 N
Bullard, TX-Texas 75757
For questions...
lpevfd79@yahoo.com
903-714-2011

 Kiepersol Estates Vineyard

3933 FM 344 E
Tyler, TX 75703
For questions...
melinda@kiepersol.com
903-894-8995

Rose Festival Arts and Crafts Fair

October 18 and 19

 We invite you to enjoy the great outdoors at our 16th Annual Rose Festival Arts and Crafts Fair. Only “handcrafted items” will be sold including: clothing, jewelry, candles, paintings, decorative items and more.  Enjoy the entertainment during the day and a concert at 4 p.m. in the amphitheater on Saturday.Free to the public.  Kids Zone and concessions available for a fee throughout the event.
Bergfeld Park
1510 South College Ave.
Tyler, Texas 75701
For questions...
903-531-1214
903-531-1370

 East Texas Tourism Association is proud to announce the 2013 dates for the US Hwy 80 Sale for the third weekend in April & October. The Historic US 80 Hi-Way Sale will begin at 8:00am daily on April 19th, 20th & 21st and on October 18th-20th and should draw crowds from far and wide looking for a bargain.Organized to promote and increase tourism trade and traffic along historic US 80, the first coast-to-coast, all-weather highway in America, the 2,400 mile route begins in Savannah, Ga., makes its way through East Texas and concludes in San Diego, California. The three-state event will cover a 392 mile route – one of the nation’s longest –from Mesquite, TX through Louisiana to Jackson, Mississippi. “We intend to keep the name and legacy alive,” said Mary Ramos, “There will be hundreds of sales going on…more than you can shop in a day. This is a great fund-raising opportunity for churches, civic clubs and individuals.”The event is part of ETTA’s 23rd year effort to draw attention to the byways of its region. Each city along the US 80 route will be responsible for its part in the Hwy 80 Sale. News of the sale is spreading among antique car, motorcycle, RV clubs and flea market enthusiast. While shoppers will be searching for great deals, cities along the route hope they find the highway’s more permanent treasures, such as bed and breakfasts, motels, restaurants, and historical sites.For more information on the US 80 Sale and how to advertise, contact East Texas Tourism at MaryRamos@msn.com or call (903) 757-4444

Fine art, fine crafts, live music and great food fill the festival grounds behind the resident artists’ studios on the one main street in town, Farm to Market Road 279.  Hours for the festival are 10 am to 5 pm Saturday, October 18th and 10 am to 5 pm Sunday, October 19th.      This juried show is known for having high quality, handmade, original art and crafts. There will be a wide variety of creative works such as painting, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, weaving, clothing & blown glass. Visitors express surprise at finding exceptional art in the middle of a meadow located in the center of this tiny hamlet.

Tyler's Old Rose Open House at the Goodman

October 18 at 10 am

 The 1859 Goodman - LeGrand House & Museum is indeed Tyler’s Old Rose! Celebrate the Rose Season and come see where the Texas Rose Festival Parade route first began. You will be greeted by our Rose Belles, and other delightfully costumed re-enactors representing days gone by. A rose bedecked horse and carriage will be on hand for a wonderful ride up Broadway to the square and back, provided by Farm Valley Carriages (small fee). Also, complimentary refreshments, historical presentations by Sallie Goodman LeGrand (re-enactor), vintage music by costumed musicians, and tours inside the historic Goodman home will all be available for your enjoyment.
Goodman-Legrand Home and Musem624 North Broadway AvenueTyler, TX 75702
For questions...
pheaton@tylertexas.com
903-531-1286
903-531-1286

 This is alot going on so we are going to stop now and work on the next blog for the rest of October through the first of November-Halloween brings many happenings!!

So until next time don't forget

Fires burn nightly and breakfast is served daily at The Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast and Extended Stay Suites!! 


Innkeeper Becca

Signing off!!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Well we are back and ready to tell you about the great thinks that will be happening in the Tyler Area in the next few days! Fall has arrived and that means the East Texas State Fair has started. lots of other fun fall events and activities, too. Here you go

 

Live Music @ Rose City Farmer's Market

 This is such a great ongoing venue!

Lunch with Symphony on the Square

September 26 @10 am

Celebrate the kick-off of the new 2014-2015 Concert Season by having Lunch with the Symphony on the Square. The East Texas Symphony Orchestra invites the public to attend a free musical performance hosted by Music Director Richard Lee. Self-provided brown bag lunch or purchase lunch from area downtown restaurants. Chick-fil-A sandwiches available with proceeds benefiting the East Texas Symphony Orchestra - a nonprofit organization. 

This sounds intriguing 

 A Touch of Love: A Unique Date Night. Couples Massage Workshop

Click here for more info and to purchase

  http://texasmindful.wix.com/txmindful#!couples-massage/ctb2

The 3 hour couples massage workshop is designed to introduce you to the power of touch in your life and provide you an introductory set of massage skills to use safely with your partner. It is a 3 hour interactive workshop for couples or friends (any two people over the age of 18) and it is three hours long, which will allow enough time for both of you to give and receive a very thorough massage from each other. We usually have at least one facilitator per 3 couples at each workshop, so you get a lot of individual attention.   Sept 26 @7 pm

If you can't get in, maybe a concert?       Cliburn Gold

Sept 27 @7:30 pm 
Opening night will be golden as Vadym Kholodenko, winner of the 2013 Cliburn International Piano Competition, joins Richard Lee and the ETSO to perform Rachmaninoff’s popular and romantic Piano Concerto No. 3.  Plus, we will continue our cycle of Brahms symphonies with his last, his Symphony #4. 
Cowan Center3900 University Blvd.Tyler, Texas 75701  http://www.etso.org/1415Sub1.php
For questions...
903-566-7424         Or a Movie in the park?

 Movies in the Park: The Nut Job

September 27@8 pm FREE!  Bring a picnic and enjoy the show!

Here come Canton First Monday Trade Days!   October 2-5 

Do Not Miss it!!

What started more than a century ago as a flea market has become home to some of the most exciting, cutting-edge home furnishings, antiques and collectibles that can be found anywhere. Over the past 150 years, lots of things have changed in the Original First Monday Park; but the genuine, down-home human relationships between vendors and shoppers are the reason people keep coming back. This is a place where you can slow down, visit and ask questions, talk to collectors and antique dealers and meet the artists and craftsmen who create one-of-a-kind items.

An At                                                      Downtown Tyler

Psycho
Oct. 2 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7 
A boys first love is his mother, but sometimes that can be unhealthy.

Ray Wylie Hubbard
Oct. 4 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door
VIP Box $175


Ray Wylie Hubbard started his journey as a folk singer in his native Oklahoma before falling in with the wild and wooly cosmic/outlaw Texas country scene of the ’70s— in large part by way of penning the immortal “Up Against the Wall (Redneck Mother),” which Jerry Jeff Walker recorded on his seminal 1973 album ¡Viva Terlingua!. Hubbard gigged constantly and recorded sporadically throughout the rest of the ’70s and ’80s, but it wasn’t until he stumbled out of his “honky-tonk fog” and into sobriety that his career as a songwriter’s songwriter began in earnest with 1994’s Loco Gringo’s Lament. He’s moved from strength to strength ever since, recording a handful of acclaimed albums with noted producers Lloyd Maines and Gurf Morlix and cementing his standing as one
of the most respected artists on the modern Americana scene.

The Shining
Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $7






IDEA Gardening Series   October 7 at noon

Oct. 7: Not Your Usual Fall Annuals 

The IDEA Gardening Series is an informative lecture series covering gardening topics suitable for a particular month. The lectures are held on the patio in the IDEA garden, which is located in the southeast corner of Tyler’s Rose Garden starting at noon. There is limited seating. You may want to bring a lawn chair for your comfort. The lecture will run for about 30 minutes, followed by a question and answer session.
Tyler Municipal Rose Garden Center
420 Rose Park Drive
Tyler, Texas 75702
For questions...
903-670-3302

A play (or Two) every day!!

 The Jungle Book 

October 9, 2014 - October 12, 2014 
In this action-packed adaptation of the classic adventure story, precocious Mowgli grows up believing he's as fierce a wolf as any of the members of his pack.
When he learns he is actually a human, he must discover how to reconcile these very different identities, and decide whether to remain with the pack, or return to the human world from which he was born.
What will he choose?
And will he be trained in the Law of the Jungle in time to defeat Shere Khan, the most feared animal of all?
Click here to bury tickets and get more information!

 

Theatre TJC:Presents


Oct 8-11@7:30 Oct 12 at 2pm

 By Frank Galati, from the novel by John Steinbeck A powerful and deeply affecting masterpiece of American literature, the play conveys the timeless story of the Joad family and their flight from the dust bowl of Oklahoma, hoping to find work and a better life.   When: October 8-12 Where: Jean Browne Theatre Wednesday through Saturday performances @ 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinee at 2:00 P. M. Price: Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students. Box Office: 903-510-2212 Theatre TJC box office opens Wednesday, October 1. Box office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays only throughout the run of performances. http://www.tjc.edu/info/2004129/humanities_communications_and_fine_arts/488/theatremusical_theatre/2

 

 THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER is a new adaptation of Mark Twain’s literary narrative by acclaimed playwright Laura Eason.  Join Tom, Huck and Becky in the thrill of mischief-making, fickleness of first love, cold shivers that linger after an adventure gone very wrong and unbridled joy at discovering real buried treasure.  It celebrates all that is grand and glorious about childhood. Critics have said, “It soars like a dream of America long ago bursting with possibilities and promise!”   [Parents should note there are some intense scenes that might prove scary or inappropriate for children under the age of 8.]

 Huge Garage and Bake Sale  October11 8 am

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, 4900 Kinsey Drive, Tyler, is having a huge garage and bake sale on Saturday, October 11th from 8AM-2Pm. Proceeds will go to Gateway To Hope and OSLC. If you would like to donate items for this sale please drop them off at the the church. For more info call 903-561-1865 or 903-825-7430 website www.oslctyler.org or check us out on facebook

Smith County Master Gardeners Bulbs and More

Learn all about great bulbs for Northeast Texas; how to grow them; and then purchase ones not readily available at all nurseries. Guest speakers will present programs with a question and answer time for attendees.   October 11 at 8:30 am
Harvey Convention Center
2000 W Front St
Tyler, TX 75702
For questions...
903-590-2980
903-531-1349 

Suspense in Bergfeld park!

Movies in the Park: Strangers on a Train

 

Psychotic mother's boy Bruno Anthony meets famous tennis professional Guy Haines on a train. Guy wants to move into a career in politics and has been dating a senator's daughter (Ann
Morton) while awaiting a divorce from his wife. Bruno wants to kill his father, but knows he will be caught because he has a motive. Bruno dreams up a crazy scheme whereby he and Guy exchange murders. Guy takes this as a joke, but Bruno is serious and takes things into his own hands

FREE!  Bring a picnic and enjoy the show!

October 11
"Strangers on a Train"                                  Guess we are getting
NR - An Alfred Hitchcock Film                     ready for Halloween!!
                     Show begins at 7:30pm


SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ featuring THE COASTERS!

Saturday, October 11, 2014 • 7:30 PM

Welcome to the hottest joint in town! THE COASTERS are headlining and it’s always a party at SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ! This Tony Award®-nominated and Grammy Award®- winning salute to legendary songwriters Leiber and Stoller is a raise-the-roof, song-and-dance celebration of some of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest hits! Get ready for songs like “Hound Dog,” “Stand by Me,” “Yakety Yak,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Spanish Harlem,” “On Broadway,” “Kansas City,” “Love Potion #9,” “Fools Fall in Love” and many more. The New York Daily News calls SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ “wildly infectious” and Time Magazine says, “it sails and soars!”

Sponsored by Marilyn Richey 

Cowan Center
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, Texas 75701
For questions...
cowan@uttyler.edu
903 566-7424
903-566-7424 

Well that is it for now!!  next time we will feature The Tyler Rose Festival 
 and
the beautiful changing season!! 
In The meantime We have cranked up the fireplaces and cannot wait to see you at The Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast !
Until next time
Innkeeper Becca signing off!!  (: