Kerr County events, fun, music — March 5, 2022

Get out and enjoy the day!

Today

"Art of the Plains"

Museum of Western Art

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Information: https://www.museumofwesternart.com

This artistic celebration features realistic and representational artworks in traditional media depicting the American Great Plains region, including its landscape, wildlife, people, and way of life in historical or modern times.

KACC Art Exhibits

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Paintings by Elaine Capers & Daneshu Clarke, "Kerrville Art Club Judged Show" members of the Kerrville Art Club show their best work in this judged exhibit, "GAGA Group Show" An insiders look at 16 GAGA member artists who have participated in past A Look Inside digital exhibitions.

Form and Function

Hill Country Arts Foundation, Ingram

10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Information: https://www.hcaf.com

They feature pottery and ceramics from local artisans.

IF:Kerrville

First Baptist Church

Information: https://www.iflocal.com

A simulcasted event shown around the globe (over 50 states and 33 countries). Women are gathering together to get equipped and discover the next step in their calling — to go and make disciples. FBC is so excited to be a host church for the Kerrville community.

Cowboy Breakfast and Chili Lunch

Glory Community Garden, Kerrville

9 a.m.

Join the Doyle Community for Cowboy Breakfast and Chili for lunch! Free event, all are welcome.

Kerr County Market Days

Hill Country Youth Event Center

8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Information: https://www.kerrmarketdays.org

Market Days continues to feature artists and crafters bringing their original handcrafted jewelry, fiber, wood, metal, soaps, lotions and home decor, and unique, one-of-a-kind items. Indoors, free parking and leashed-pet friendly.

College tennis: LeTourneau at Schreiner University

Schreiner University tennis courts

Noon

Schreiner's men's and women's tennis teams face LeTourneau University in a nonconference match.

College softball: St. Thomas at Schreiner University

Schreiner University softball fields

1 p.m., 3 p.m. (doubleheader)

The Mountaineers open Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play by playing host to St. Thomas in a doubleheader. The series wraps on Sunday at noon.

Classical Musical Festival

Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church

4 p.m.

Information: https://www.hillcountrychorale.org

The Hill Country Chorale presents its Classical Music Festival.

Lasso De Los Chivos Goat Roping

Gravity Check Saloon and Arena

2 p.m.

Information: https://www.gravitychecksaloonandarena.com

Come out and enjoy a fun day of open and high-stakes goat roping, food and live music.

Ducks Unlimited Banquet

Hill Country Youth Event Center

5 p.m.

Information: https://www.ducks.org

Guns, guns and more guns. It's going to be an exciting and fun time. Great dinner, drinks, raffles and auction. You will not be disappointed with the number of guns, DU merchandise and donated items available for raffle and auction at this year's banquet.

Live music by Landon Lloyd Miller

Trailhead Beer Garden at Schreiner University

5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Information: https://www.trailheadbeergarden.com

Landon Lloyd Miller brings his unique brand of American roots music to Kerrville. It's a southern sound inspired by folk songs, murder ballads, country classics, and everything in between, glued together by a biographical songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose career path is every bit as diverse as his music. The indy troubadours, The Lonesome Heroes, will join Landon.

Live music by Him and Her Trio

Pint and Plow Brewing Co.

6 p.m.

Information: https://www.pintandplow.com

Singer-songwriter Brenda Freed's strong versatile vocals and rhythm guitar, Michael D'Eath's soulful diatonic and chromatic harmonica, and Jonathan Lee's lead guitar form the Him & Her Trio. Drawing from their three different music backgrounds, the Him & Her Trio plays jazzy, bluesy, folksy originals and covers that appeal to diverse audiences.

Live music by Rueben Darnell

Cafe at the Ridge

6 p.m.

Information: https://www.shopsattheridge.com

Live music by C-Rock

Pier 27 River Lounge

8 p.m.

Information: https://www.pier27riverloungepizzeria.com

Live music by Davey Schank

Southern Sky Music Cafe

6:30 p.m.

Information: https://www.southernskymusiccafe.com/calendar-of-events

Spring Break Getaway

Mo Ranch

Through March 19

Information: https://www.moranch.org

Programs and activities are flexible and tailored to allow you to join in the fun whenever you like, or kick back, relax and explore the ranch on your schedule. Purchase an activity pass for an all-inclusive and exclusive look at some of Mo's most exciting adventures. Activity passes are available for purchase for $25 per person per day.

Sunday, March 6

College Baseball: DeSales at Schreiner University

Schreiner University Bob Ford Field

Noon, 2 p.m. (doubleheader).

Schreiner University is coming off a three-game sweep of Dallas University and the Mountaineers have won five of their first seven games.

Live music by Josh Peek

Gravity Check Saloon and Arena

Information: https://www.gravitychecksaloonandarena.com

Live music by The Great Trumpet and Feeding Leroy

Pint and Plow

Noon

Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1235353863655922/

Feeding Leroy brings a unique blend of folk and cosmic country. This husband and wife duo sings original songs of love, loss and the open road. Chris and Sarah Shotliff first met in middle school 20 years ago in their jerkwater hometown of Henderson, Minnesota. Now married and living in Kerrville, the couple is known as The Great Trumpet. Their sound ranges from gospel folk to honky-tonk funk.

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