26th May, 2011

Home Search at Night in Old Fredericksburg June 10-11

Reserve a room now in a historic Fredericksburg home, or at one of our comfortable bed & breakfast establishments for the 48th annual Night in Old Fredericksburg scheduled for the weekend of June 10-11, 2011.  As the heartbeat of Texas Hill Country real estate, Fredericksburg and its German heritage dazzles residents and visitors alike during the annual festival where the “Fun Never Sets!”  Night in Old Fredericksburg takes place at the Marktplatz among historic downtown Fredericksburg real estate, world-class shopping and restaurants.

This is a special time to get to know Fredericksburg TX real estate, our charming neighborhoods, outstanding Fredericksburg farms and ranches, and golf course or equestrian neighborhoods.  Night in Old Fredericksburg promises plenty of Texas hospitality and “history, culture, food and fun” for every member of the family.  Enjoy menus of German and Mexican favorite foods such as sauerkraut and wurst, fajitas, tacos, burgers, fries, and old-fashioned turkey legs.  Venders will be serving up domestic and imported beer and local wines from the best of our Texas ranches, vineyards, and wineries.

Under the Adelsverein Halle, Fredericksburg plans two days and two nights of band music on two stages.  From polkas to show tunes to country music, foot-tapping melodies of German and Texan music will be lofting in the air.  What a great time to listen or dance under the stars to the tunes of the world-famous Sauerkrauts, Seven Dutchmen, Cactus Country, Almost Patsy Cline, and more performers who are heading our way.

Night in Old Fredericksburg features an area for children to slide and jump and play games or participate in arts and crafts.

The festival showcases the history of Fredericksburg with excellent historical exhibits.  Historical marker #10079 tells a bit of the story.  “This Square, originally a two-block area which included what is now called the Courthouse Square, has been at the center of Fredericksburg since the city’s founding in 1846.  The area was still heavily forested when the town’s Vereins Kirche was built in the center of Main Street in 1847.  The octagonal building served as a community church, meeting place, school, and refuge….As part of its centennial celebration, the State of Texas erected a monument on Market Square in honor of Baron Ottfried Hans Freiherr Von Meusebach, whose colonization efforts led to the founding of Fredericksburg.”

Costumed presenters bring it all to life.  The Night in Old Fredericksburg festival opens Friday evening, June 10 at 6:00 p.m. until midnight and runs Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 11:30 a.m. until midnight.  Admission is Adults $6 or $10 for a 2-day pass.  Children 12 and under are $1.

For expert guidance in your personal search for the ultimate piece of the Hill Country, please call Dale E. Cook, MBA and owner of SAGE- Premium Texas Real Estate at (830) 992-0056.

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