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May 25, 2019

 

 
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About

And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.
— FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE

Origins

Red, White & Blues on the Falls was created in 2016 as a way to create positive vibes in Wimberley, Tx on the anniversary of the 2015 Wimberley floods. We want to give all the locals as well as the out of towners a spot to enjoy their Memorial Weekend! $1 of every ticket sold will be donated to TreeFolks Non Profit Organization! 

Come swim, float & relax on Cypress Creek while jamming out to live music with your family & friends! Every Memorial Weekend we will bring to you some of the best live music around, great munchies & some wonderful vendors to meet and shop with! 

 

Trees for the Blanco: The Blanco River Reforestation Program is a four-year partnership between TreeFolks and Hays County to replace riverside forest on the Blanco River that was scraped clean by the 2015 Memorial Day Floods. TreeFolks works hand in hand with families affected by the flood by providing free trees, environmental education, and tree planting services. Replacing the riparian forest will be essential to curb future flooding, clean storm water, reduce erosion, replace lost habitat and increase aquifer recharge. This year TreeFolks planted 96,000 saplings for families who live along the river.

TreeFolks: TreeFolks is Central Texas's urban forestry nonprofit. Founded in 1989, TreeFolks volunteers and staff have planted 2.5 million trees in Central Texas. Our programs include community tree planting and care events in Austin's parks and greenbelts; post-wildfire reforestation of private land in Bastrop County (2.2 million pines planted); post-flood reforestation of private land along the Blanco River in Hays County; free trees for Austin area homeowners; and tree education.

 
 
 

Check out our event on the local news station

 

The Women Pioneers of

Red, White & Blues on the Falls! 

 
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