Upcoming March Events in Huntsville, TX

Events in Huntsville

At Wiesner of Huntsville, we appreciate being part of the Huntsville, Texas community. The beginning of the month of March signals the end of winter, and the city of Huntsville is celebrating the warmer weather with several upcoming March events.

 

Texas Independence Day Celebration

Texas Independence Day celebrates the birthday of General Sam Houston, and will take place at various locations on March 2. Start your morning with coffee at the Gibbs-Powell County Museum and finish up the festivities with birthday cake at the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center that evening.

 

Rusty Chippy Vintage Hippy & Garden Show

Taking place from March 10-11 at the Walker County Fair Grounds, the Rusty Chippy Vintage Hippy & Garden Show draws people of all walks of life with quirky artisan jewelry, antiques, fun collectibles, refurbished furniture, and a garden show. Support local artists and enjoy the local flavor all in one spot.

 

Bacon & Brew Fest

Do you like bacon and beer? So does Huntsville Main Street. From food trucks to local brewery samplings to fair games and more, Main Street’s first-ever Bacon & Brew Fest on March 24 is sure to be both fun and delicious. Plus, it kicks off with a 5K, so you can burn off those calories in advance.

 

Wiesner of Huntsville is proud to serve the city of Huntsville. If you are searching for a new vehicle, give us a call or stop by to browse our inventory.

Can’t-Miss Holiday Events in Huntsville

Our hometown gets holly-jolly every year with a host of seasonal festivals and events. Don’t let the most wonderful time of the year pass by without getting your fair share of good cheer! To celebrate the holiday season, consider taking part in as many of these holiday events in Huntsville as you can.

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Houston Family Christmas
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Dec. 2, visit the Houston Family Homestead in all its decked-out, Christmas glory. This special event highlights how the Houston family celebrated the season with fun demonstrations, tasty refreshments, and family-friendly activities.

Main Street Christmas Fair
One of our favorite holiday events in Huntsville also falls on Dec. 2 this year. On the first weekend in December, head to downtown Huntsville for the annual Christmas Fair. Shop for art, gifts, and enjoy delicious treats from dozens of vendors. Watch your kids delight in playing in real snow, and get your annual Santa’s-lap snapshot while supporting Huntsville’s local businesses.

Zoo Lights at the Houston Zoo
Make the drive down to the big city for the annual Zoo Lights at the Houston Zoo, running from Nov 18 through Jan. 14. Zoo Lights combine beautiful, animal-themed holiday decorations with delicious dining and drinks, so whether you’re going on a romantic date or taking the whole family, you’re bound to have a merry time!

If you need a new sleigh for rounding up those pretty packages and carting around all those little helpers, visit Wiesner of Huntsville today. We have a wide selection of family vehicles, from full-size and compact SUVs to mid-size sedans.

Cultural and Historical Huntsville Attractions

Huntsville, Texas is filled with tons of cultural activities that hearken back to the city’s rich history. Historical Huntsville attractions include everything from memorial museums and old, preserved architecture to a historic cemetery that hosts ghost tours. Are you ready to experience the blast from the past this city has to offer? Take your friends and family out to the following awesome activities.

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Huntsville Cultural District: This is the place to go when you’re looking for historic attractions, no matter what it is. The homes of many old, wealthy families are here, along with several art centers and galleries showcasing Huntsville’s heritage.

Gibbs-Powell House Museum: Also referred to as the Walker County Historical Museum, this house was formerly owned by businessman Thomas Gibbs and has grown into a recognized historical landmark of Texas. It also features many donated historical artifacts.

Huntsville Ghost Tours: Starting at 9 p.m. in the summer and 7 p.m. in the winter, ghost tours occur every Thursday and Friday and begin at historic Oakwood Cemetery. It’s just $5 per child and $12 per adult.

There are many more historical Huntsville attractions besides these. Why not head down to the cultural district to explore? We at Wiesner of Huntsville stand by the rich heritage of our community and encourage everyone to explore what it has to offer.