The Hill Country Film Society (HCFS)exists to promote the art and craft of independent filmmaking for the Texas Hill Country community. Through year-round programs and the annual Hill Country Film Festival, HCFS encourages discovery through visual storytelling. We create experiences that educate, inspire and engage. HCFS hosts a variety of year round programs: the Hill Country Film Festival, Indie Film Series, Film Camp and an annual fundraiser. The 8th Annual Hill Country Film Festival will be held April 27-April 30, 2017, in Fredericksburg. Open to the public, HCFF will screen more than 90 independent films, most filmmaker Q&A sessions, panel discussions, festival parties, community screenings and more.
Held in downtown Fredericksburg on Marktplatz. It is a full-course celebration of Texas food, wine, music, specialty booths, food court, and fun for all. Sponsored by the City of Fredericksburg, all proceeds go to the Market Square Improvement Project.
Fredericksburg, Texas, celebrates its German heritage through Oktoberfest. Oompah at its best. German music, food and drink, arts and crafts, children's area and family fun. OKTOBERFEST is a colorful, festive celebration of Fredericksburg, Texas' German heritage. OKTOBERFEST has become an annual tradition around the world. OKTOBERFEST is a community event of family entertainment featuring two stages and two tents with continuous oompah music, art & crafts, Children's fun area ~ Kinder Park, a German Bier Tent, and Oktoberfest Vineyard area, plus delicious food and drink ... all weekend long!
The annual Texas Mesquite Arts Festival showcases over 50 artisans selected to display their products. Thousands of customers return to shop each year. The Texas Mesquite Arts Festival is held annually in October in Fredericksburg. The Festival has continued to grow each years with new artists and wood workers from all parts of the state, all specializing in mesquite.