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Salado’s 4th annual ‘Wildflower Weekend’ starts March 24

Special to the HHES

SALADO – Salado comes alive along with the freshness and newness of Spring in Texas during Wildflower Weekend.  Activities and events will be held throughout the entire Village for any age group to enjoy. The fun begins Friday night and continues into Sunday afternoon. Make plans to attend.

Friday, March 24th Annual Wildflower Pub Crawl

Each “stop” will feature a different Texas craft beer for you and your party to savor.  This event is for adults 21 and over only.  Go to for more information and to buy tickets.

Saturday, March 25th; 11-3, free admission.  Watch this family friendly event as artists compete live for your votes at the 4th Annual Edgy Live Art Competition located at 2 Peddler’s Alley (next door to Salado Glassworks).  Featured artists will create amazing pieces of art in several different mediums and YOU can pick your favorite artist and a chance to win the competition piece.  Tickets will be available for purchase at Edgy.

Saturday, March 25th & Sunday, March 26th –  $2 Admission.  Visit the 17th Annual Wildflower Art Fair & Festival at Pace Park in Salado, TX.  Enjoy this family friendly event by strolling through the many vendors selling extraordinary handcrafted art from all over the state.  Woodworking, fine jewelry, original paintings, photography, and food vendors.

Saturday, March 25th from 12-5 & Sunday, March 26th from 12-4, free admission for art viewing. Stop by Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest on the grounds of the Salado Winery Company and Salado Wine Seller, 841 N. Main St. Join us for a wonderful weekend of wine tasting and art!  Featuring dozens of wineries from across Texas, a tremendous viewing of artists and their works and of course, delectable foods.  Call 254-947-8011 or visit for more information.

Children and well-behaved pets on leashes are allowed.

For further information on any of the events visit or contact the Salado Chamber/Tourism Bureau at 254-947-5040.

About the Village of Salado

Salado, Texas, located on Interstate I-35 between the cities of Waco and Austin, was an original stop for the stagecoach lines and was home to the first co-educational college in the State of Texas. Salado was founded at the Old Military Road crossing of Salado Creek on October 8, 1859, coincident with the conception of Salado College.  Founded by early Scottish settlers because of its plentiful springs and rich farmland, Salado became a center for commerce and culture. Today, Salado is a destination for a thriving creative arts and business community with an emphasis on providing visitors a unique shopping, dining and lodging experience.


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