Blue Bonnets in Bloom Photo Gallery
Forget about it.
The Granbury Chamber of Commerce is hosting an evening at Globe Life Field to watch the Texas Rangers play.
Leave it to the award-winning staff at Visit Granbury to find a way to turn a two-minute event into a weekend tourist draw.
We are asking for your support again as we “Ride for Rancho!” All proceeds from the 12-hour “SPIN-A-THON” will be donated to the Rancho Brazos Community Centers.
Congratulations to The Hood County News “Bonnets in Bloom” week 4 Bluebonnet photo contest winner, Eva Myers . Eva will receive a free one-year subscription to the Hood County News and a Bluebonnet contest T-shirt. Thanks to our sponsor, Matteressville.
Charlotte’s Web, Edgar Allan Poe, The Nutcracker coming to Granbury | Brian Clowdus Experiences returns in May with new shows, season passes
From May to December, Brian Clowdus Experiences will be offering three brand new shows in Hood County: “The Charlotte’s Web Experience,” “The Edgar Allan Poe Experience,” and “The Nutcracker Experience,” — all in three different locations.
Local artist David Calton will be performing a live art demo at D'Vine Wine's Gallery Night from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25
The Granbury JazzFest is returning in full ‘swing’ for its second year, with more performances and a longer event. The free 10-hour-long music festival is set from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25. The event will feature 15 regional and national jazz acts that will be performing across three stages: Granbury Square Plaza, Langdon Center, and Hewlett Park.
The city of Granbury, where tourism is the No. 1 industry, upped its game by achieving designation as a Music Friendly city.
That doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room, does it? The options are few; the choices, not good: you follow instructions – like it or not – or what happens won't be pleasant. But, as in the new book, "Waco Rising" by Kevin Cook, the results of a slow reaction changes society.
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