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November
7

November Round Rock Events

Round Rock Events

One of the biggest challenges in moving to a new area is finding things to do. Where are the cool events near Round Rock homes for sale that provide the chance to meet new people, get to know the area, and have some fun? There are a number of great events going on in Round Rock this November. Here's a roundup of our favorites.

  • 2022 Hike for Hunger Food Drive - 2000 South I-35, Suite M-2, Round Rock, TX 78681
    A combination hike and food drive, Hike for Hunger is a partnership between the Round Rock Police and the Round Rock Area Serving Center, which distributes food to those in need. Show up at 8:30 am at the U.S. Army Round Rock Recruiting Center on November 12th, grab a rucksack, and fill it with food. Then at 9 am, you'll go on a two-mile hike to deliver the food to the Serving Center. Most of the food will already be on site, having been collected for a drive in October. However, further donations of non-perishable food items will always be accepted if you want to bring some with you.

  • Lunchtime Series: Music on Main - 221 E. Main St., Round Rock, TX 78664
    Music on Main
    is an ongoing event, taking place Tuesday and Thursday afternoons through November 10th. From 11:30 am to 1 pm, come to Downtown Round Rock and hear music from all different artists in all different genres. On Tuesday the 8th, it's Jimmy Linton. Then on the 10th, it's the Austin-based Mirage Jazz Ensemble. Whatever the music, it's a great way to come spend your lunch break.

  • Holiday Bazaar Arts and Crafts Show - 1600 Gattis School Rd., Round Rock, TX 78664
    On Saturday, November 12th, come to the Clay Madsen Recreation Center for the Holiday Bazaar Arts and Crafts Show. Browse a variety of booths where local vendors are selling their holiday-themed, hand-crafted wares - everything from gifts to ornaments to artwork and more. It's a fun, family weekend activity where you can meet and support local Round Rock artists and small businesses.

  • Lunch and Learn: Discovering Round Rock History - 301 West Bagdad Ave., Round Rock, TX 78664
    One of the best ways to get to know a new area is to learn about its history. If you want to know Round Rock better, then Round Rock Preservation's Lunch and Learn is for you. Tuesday, November 8th, from 12-1 pm at the Baca Center, you can bring a bagged lunch and listen to Round Rock expert Kerstin Harding tell you all the cool historical events and places that help make the town what it is. A water bottle and a cookie will be provided.

  • Beaujolais Nights: Jazz and Wine Uncorked - 221 E. Main St., Round Rock, TX 78664
    If you love jazz and French wine, then Beaujolais Nights: Jazz and Wine Uncorked is the event for you. Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau is a French red wine, fermented quickly and traditionally released for sale on the third Thursday of November. Celebrations to open the first bottles of the year have been held around the world for over 70 years. Taking place this year on November 17th from 5 pm to 9 pm, this free event in Downtown Round Rock features wine, charcuterie, and live music by the Copa Kings. Open to anyone 21+, it's a wonderful local tradition and a fun way to spend an evening.

There are plenty of other great things to do in Round Rock throughout the year. Contact us if you're ready to make Round Rock your new home. Our real estate agents will help you find the house of your dreams in a neighborhood that's right for you.

April
19

Earth Day: 5 Places to Enjoy Nature Near Austin

Earth Day Near Austin

Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd, so it's a great time to start thinking about how to show your appreciation for our beautiful planet. Whether it's cleaning up the neighborhood or just spending time outdoors, it's important to take the time to appreciate our air, land, and water. Our real estate agents will tell you that there are so many beautiful outdoor parks and activities in our area, which makes getting outdoors easy and enjoyable. If you're thinking of ways to spend Earth Day, look no further than this list of excellent places to enjoy nature around Austin.

  1. Chisholm Trail Crossing Park - 500 Chisholm Trail Rd, Round Rock, TX 78681
    One of the most beautiful outdoor areas near Austin is Chisholm Trail Area over in Round Rock. Not only is there a beautiful hiking trail that runs along Brushy Creek, but there is also a park where you can picnic and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Over at Chisholm Trail Crossing, you'll also find an awesome sculpture exhibit. All in all, Chisholm Trail Area is a great way to spend a weekend afternoon this spring.

  2. Old Settlers Park - 3300 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665
    Also located in Round Rock, Old Settler's Park is a great place to enjoy nature this spring. With over 645 acres of parks, pavilions, playgrounds, ball fields, and soccer facilities, there really is fun for the whole family. Whether you're looking to get some exercise or need a place to host a family reunion, Old Settlers Park is one of the most beautiful outdoor areas around Austin. Best of all, it's just a short drive from some beautiful Round Rock homes for sale.

  3. Barton Springs Swimming Pool2131 William Barton Dr, Austin, TX 78746
    Barton Springs isn't your ordinary swimming pool. The water actually comes directly from a natural underground water spring that pumps water ranging from 68 to 70 degrees. The springs are also listed as a federally protected habitat because they are home to the endangered Barton Springs Salamander.
     
  4. Pedernales Falls State Park2585 Park Rd 6026, Johnson City, TX 78636
    Just west of Austin near the Pedernales River is Pedernales Falls State Park. This 5,200-acre park has everything -- hiking trails, camping, and even some great river swimming spots. It also has no shortage of beautiful scenery, including picturesque river views and waterfalls. 

  5. Southwest Williamson County Park - 3005 Co Rd 175, Leander, TX 78641
    One of the most beautiful parks in the area is Southwest Williamson County Park, located just over in Leander. This park is not only scenic, but it also has bike trails, soccer fields, basketball courts, baseball fields, and even a miniature train. There is an abundance of grassy fields and picnic tables, making it a popular place for a weekend picnic. After spending the day outdoors, be sure to stop by these beautiful Leander homes for sale, which are just a few minutes away.

Outdoor activities are one of the best parts of living in the Austin area. With so many parks, rivers, and scenery, spring and summer are some of the most popular times to visit the area. Contact us today for more local recommendations. 

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