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Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas

January 10th, 2019 by Susan Lopez

Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas

Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas

Looking for a Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas in January or February?  Valentines is always a great getaway to Brenham.  Plan your stay with Brenham House Bed and Breakfast for your romantic weekend.  Get up to a wonderful breakfast prepared for you each morning.  Book two nights, February 14,15,16,or 17, 2019 and we will have Chocolate Strawberries waiting for you!  The downtown has wonderful restaurants for that special dinner.  96 West, Volare Italian Restaurant, Las Americas, BT Longhorn Saloon, Brenham Grill, Los Cabos Mexican Restaurant are great for that special dinner.  For lunch you may want to try Must Be Heaven, Smitty’s Cafe, South Park Coffeehouse and Cafe, Yumm’s, Funky Art Cafe, and Roux Street all located in the downtown.

Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas

2019 Brenham Swirl

Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas that is outdoors is the 2019 Uptown Swirl.  The Swirls takes place on January 19 from 3-7PM.  Grab your friends and purchase your wine glasses for $40. each.  Glasses are available online at DowntownBrenham.com/Swirl .   Pick up your glasses and maps of the downtown wine stops at the Gazebo in front of the courthouse.  There will be 23 stores downtown that will have wines to sample throughout the downtown and shop and sip.  It is always a great time rain or shine.

Fun Getaway to Brenham Texas

Fun Getaway to Brenham must include a stop at Unity Theatre for a wonderful professional play.  January 31-February 17, 2019 the Unity theatre will present “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” by Tennessee Williams.  Set in the 1950’s, in a plantation house in the Mississippi Delta, a family celebrates the sixty-fifth birthday of the patriarch Big Daddy.  Surrounded by conniving relatives, Maggie, ‘The Cat”, is struggling to save her marriage.  All relatives are trying to put Maggie in her place and un seat her son Brick from his position.  Emotions intensify as long buried truths are finally told.  This play contains mature subject matter.

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