Bandera’s Frontier Times Museum will host outstanding works by western artists dedicated to preserving the customs of frontier settlers who settled the west living in dugouts, teepees, and under the open sky through droughts, floods, searing heat and freezing weather. By staying true to authentic historic detail, these paintings tell the stories of hardy souls who shaped the American West as we know it. Free admission. Don't miss it! Museum info at (830) 796-3864.
Saturday, August 31: Longhorn Cattle Drive and Cowboy Capital Parade
The Bandera County Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the traditional Cowboy Capital of the World Parade down Main Street, led by a herd of Texas Longhorn cattle. Western riders on horseback, covered wagons, colorful floats and the rousing Bandera High School March Band are all a part of this thrilling salute to Bandera’s cherished western heritage. Free admission. Stake out your viewing spot early.