DANCE U2 dance company presents: Free Country Two Step, One Step, & Country Waltz
Authentic Arizona Wild West history comes to life in the streets of Tombstone
Rogers is embarking on what will be his final world tour with a show that will celebrate his musical legacy: The Gambler’s Last Deal.
The festival will highlight short pieces, many original works, many written by local personalities.
Chris is an exceptional performer, actor and a classically trained musician.
Art galleries and museums flourish in Downtown Fort Collins!
The 2017 Relay For Life of Camarillo is planned for April 8-9, 2017 from 9am to 9am at the Camarillo Premium Outlets
The Spirit-N-Light workshops with Piper Mackay are designed to develop your skills in creating powerful images using dramatic natural lighting, an element that can be the difference between a snapshot and a great shot.
Brew Club Tuesdays is the place to be!
The new St. George / Art and Studio Tour is a free, self-guided weekend tour and celebration of the St George Art community! As part of a county-wide Art and Studio Tour season, it will run the 3rd week of the month, from Sept.-June.
Visit our public hot shop to watch our glassblowers practice their craft, ask questions and even get involved! You can assist the glass blower in making a hand-blown ornament in our Blow Your Own Ornament experience.
A celebration of our mountain heritage with bluegrass music, Appalachian skills, arts and crafts, storytelling and good food.
Our concert & dance features classic swing jazz from 1920s through 1950s, including a pre-show half hour dance lesson
An exciting week of spring beer events in the beautiful college town of Athens, Georgia, USA. Come out and support local craft beer!
The 2nd Friday ArtWalk takes place in Carrboro & Chapel Hill
Authors, books, wine, food, sweet tea! Fun for the entire family & Open to the Public.
This seminar will teach participants what’s new on Facebook and how to maximize it’s possibilities.
The Market Place Asheville Presents: Live Music
Marion Bridge is the humorous, irreverent, and moving story by Daniel MacIvor that demonstrates the absolute power of family and how it can heal as much as it harms.
Northwest Crossing Drive, will come alive, as we utilize art, food, spirits, music, and family-oriented activities to usher in Spring!
In just nine years Chalk It Up! Prescott has created a community centered public art event attended by over 5,000 people. All ages have the opportunity to create drawings, listen to music, view the art and share in the fun.
Austin, known as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” it’s also unofficially known as the best city in Texas, especially by those who make their home here.
Ask people what they love most about living in the Austin area, and you’ll find as many answers as stars in the big Texas sky. For some, it’s the Hill Country, with its gentle rolling slopes and beautiful vistas. For others, it’s the lakes, the creeks, and the swimming holes that offer an escape from the work-a-day world. Others claim that the real reason to live here is the culture, the arts, the laid back attitude. Whether you are an Austin native or a recent transplant, Austin is a city of worldly culture where people feel welcome.
Education has always been a central concern in Austin, probably because the city’s such an educated town.
In a June 2006 study conducted by BizJournals.com, of the 53 largest cities in the U.S., Austin jumped from number 26 to number 3 as one of the top communities with “the highest concentration of brainpower.” The study analyzed the educational level of adults in nearly 16,000 cities and towns with criteria that included the number of college graduates and the resident’s abilities to “innovate, create, compete and make money.”
When it comes to leisure, Austinites have many choices. . After all, there are only two days in the weekend. Trying to figure out how to fit in the many exciting activities Austin has to offer into that one weekend can prove challenging.
Average property tax is $5,538.
An intellectual town. In a June 2006 study conducted by BizJournals.com, of the 53 largest cities in the U.S., Austin jumped from number 26 to number 3 as one of the top communities with “the highest concentration of brainpower.” The study analyzed the educational level of adults in nearly 16,000 cities and towns with criteria that included the number of college graduates and the resident’s abilities to “innovate, create, compete and make money.”
What colleges and universities are in the Austin area?
The University of Texas at Austin
St. Edward’s University
Concordia University at Austin
Texas State University, San Marcos
Austin Community College
According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census 2004 American Community Survey - the most recent survey available - the city of Austin ranks fifth in the number of college graduates, with 45 percent of the population holding a degree. Fortune magazine has also recognized Austin as one of the country’s top five intellectual capitals, and ranked number 3 on Forbes “Best Place for Business and Careers” ranking, in part because of a highly educated workforce.
Growth, education and community support
That workforce has grown, too. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of the Austin which includes Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties increased from 846,227 to 1,249,763 from 1990 to 2000 - a nearly 48 percent increase in growth. And, as of July 2006, Austin’s population grew to 1,541,400.
Austin’s growth has had an impact on education. Between the business growth and the schools bringing people to this area, school districts have doubled in size to accommodate more students. It’s no wonder that Austinites are very supportive of education and have consistently approved bond packages in Austin and nearby communities to renovate and build new schools.
Scott & White Healthcare
300 University Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665
A 111-year tradition of patient-centered healthcare is now accessible in Williamson and Travis counties. Scott & White primary care and specialty clinics are strategically located for your convenience. Each clinic is networked with our 68-acre healthcare system in Round Rock, which features specialty physicians and sophisticated diagnostic capabilities. Scott & White accepts most major insurance plans. http://www.umc.sw.org.
Austin Surgical Hospital
3003 Bee Cave Road
Austin, TX 78746
601 E. 15th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Central Texas Medical Center
1301 Wonder World Drive
San Marcos, TX 78766
Children’s Hospital of Austin
1400 N. IH-35
Austin, TX 78701
Cornerstone Hospital of Austin
4207 Burnet Road
Austin, TX 78756
Dell Children’s Medical Center
4900 Mueller Blvd.
Austin, TX 78723
1215 Red River Street
Austin, TX 78701
Heart Hospital of Austin
3801 N. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78756
North Austin Medical Center
12221 North MoPac Blvd.
Scott & White
2401 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76508
Scott & White Cedar Park
900 Quest Parkway
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Scott & White Georgetown
4945 Williams Drive
Georgetown, TX 78628
Seton Medical Center Austin
1201 West 38th Street
Austin, TX 78705
Seton Medical Center Williamson
Opening Early 2008, University Blvd. and FM 1460
Round Rock, TX 78664
Seton Northwest Hospital
11113 Research Blvd.
Austin, TX 78759
Seton Pflugerville Healthcare Center
200 N. Heatherwilde Blvd.
Austin, TX 78660
Seton Shoal Creek Hospital
3501 Mills Avenue
Austin, TX 78731
Seton Southwest Hospital
7900 FM 1826
Austin, TX 78737
Smithville Regional Hospital
800 East Texas 71
Smithville, TX 78957