Boerne takes home three honors in Texas Travel Awards

Texas has many vacation destinations, with quite a few cities and cities in the Lone Star State presenting a little something distinctive for all people. With that in intellect, one Hill Nation town has captured a couple “finest of” picks in this year’s Texas Journey Awards.

“We are delighted that Boerne has been acknowledged in these groups it’s definitely good to see the attempts of the Metropolis, Stop by Boerne, and our regional organization proprietors being identified at the point out stage,” reported Danny Zincke, Assistant Town Manager in the release. “It’s our precedence to develop fun and significant experiences for our inhabitants and readers, and Dickens on Major, Artwork al Fresco and the Hill State Mile undoubtedly replicate that.”

Folks make their way down Principal Road during Boerne’s yearly Dickens on Principal celebration on Nov. 26, 2011. 

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The Texas Travel Awards had been manufactured to showcase the greatest travel destinations in Texas. Boerne was the winner in three groups: Best Local community Event, Most effective Public Art, and Very best Purchasing District. The very best local community function was claimed by Dickens on Principal, which is held each individual Thanksgiving weekend, when “smaller marketplace and statewide honors” were attained by Artwork al Fresco and the Hill Country Mile for very best public artwork and ideal shopping district, respectfully, the launch states.

Dickens on Principal sees the Hill Nation Mile renovate into a “Xmas wonderland” with 5 village spots, getaway lights, snow and leisure. Art al Fresco is exactly where folks can vacation through Boerne and see community artwork sculptures. The Hill Place Mile delivers 80 outlets that provides guest that nostalgia of Texas.

Dickens on Main, www.dickensonmain.com The annual Christmas event features lights, music, a parade and more.
Dickens on Principal, www.dickensonmain.com

The annual Christmas party capabilities lights, songs, a parade and extra.
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