Once a month Texas oldest dancehall, Gruene Hall, puts on a show like no other. This popular two-stepping, toe-tapping hang-out is the place to be during the second Sunday of each month for the Gospel Brunch in Gruene. The Gristmill caters with plenty of home-cooked dishes like biscuits and gravy, Falls City smoked bacon, migas, fried apples… and more!
To top it all off, rockin’ gospel tunes including a performance by Selina Afram, an incredible singer from S.A. She first appeared at the first Gospel Brunch in Gruene 11 years ago when she was only 10 years old! Also, a fun tale or two that’ll lift your spirits from the popular Buckner Fanning.
For more information about the Gospel brunch in Gruene, Texas, check out the website.
Fiesta® San Antonio, the biggest festival in the Alamo City, is getting even bigger in 2009 with a brand-new kickoff event April 16.
That means that starting this year, Fiesta is 11 days long, thanks to the new “Fiesta Fiesta at the Alamo”—a bigger-than-a-block party in and around Alamo Plaza. D.A. Susan Reed is chairing the event, and she says it will be “Family friendly and fun.” Click here for all the fun Fiesta activities..