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Driftwood Historical Conservation Society Hosts Heritage Festival

Take in History, One Sip at a Time

Join the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society (DHCS) for their second annual Heritage Festival at Vista Brewing on Sunday, April 2 from noon to 6 p.m. The mission of DHCS is to preserve and enhance Driftwood and the Onion Creek Valley’s rural beauty, heritage, community, and sense of belonging.

Vista Brewing will open its barrel room as a small Driftwood museum where DHCS will display historical artifacts, pictures, and videos about the city’s past, present, and future. The goal of the 2023 festival is to raise awareness of the heritage of Driftwood, specifically the Driftwood Community Center. Formerly a one-room schoolhouse, the group plans to revitalize the space as a community center.  

The event will also feature an expansive artisan market with locally made goods and artwork. Community partners such as Bee Keepers, Master Naturalists, Friends of the Night Sky, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, and Project Pomona/Elder Hill Farms have also been invited to participate. Families are welcome; children can visit animals from Fannies Farm Friends, enjoy face painting, and more.

Vista Brewing is located at 13551 FM150 W in Driftwood.

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