Chappell Hill Historical Society will be celebrating its 50th Bluebonnet Festival Texas Weekend, April 12-13, 2014. The festival is always held on the second weekend of April, in Chappell Hill, Texas. Chappell Hill, Texas is located halfway between Houston and Austin on highway 290. The Chappell Hill Bluebonnet Festival weekend is Texas’ official Bluebonnet Festival. What a wonderful weekend it will be as all of the bluebonnets are in full bloom and the weather should be glorious. Bluebonnet Festival Texas is family friendly, so bring everyone!
What began as a small antique show has grown into one of the largest two day arts and crafts festival in the area. There will be over 400 juried arts and crafts vendors, great musical entertainment, children’s activities, as well as food and drink booths. Guests are encouraged to come out and tour the museum, the rock store, Providence Baptist Church and learn about the numerous historical markers and sites on the historical Register. Don’t forget to bring your cameras to capture the beautiful bluebonnets along the way. While taking pictures enjoy the vast country side. Remember not to sit your children down, in the bluebonnets. There are ants, snakes and red bugs amongst them. Be careful not to crush the bluebonnets so everyone can enjoy them.
The Bluebonnet Festival Texas, in Chappell Hill kicks off on Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 9 am-6 pm. Then the festival begins on Sunday, April 13, 2014 from 9 am-5 pm. There is plenty of parking so come on out and wear your comfortable shoes. Stroll through historic downtown Chappell Hill, Texas and enjoy the official Texas Bluebonnet Festival! The festival is free and parking is nominal. If you choose not to eat out at the festival make sure you stop off at the Chappell Hill Bakery and Deli. It serves great food and BBQ!