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Friends of Blue Hole is a non-profit organization created to promote, protect, preserve and develop Blue Hole Regional Park.  The organization raises funds and awareness for this award-winning, sustainable, historic park in the heart of the Hill Country.  The Friends is a private, philanthropic organization supporting Blue Hole Regional Park, which is owned and operated by the City of Wimberley.

Lecture Series On Tap for Fall

The Friends of Blue Hole is pleased to announce its first lecture series at Blue Hole Regional Park.  The lectures are free to members and $5 per person for all others. Please bring a lawn chair. There will be three events:

  • Tuesday, September 30--6 pm--Brent Leisure, Texas State Parks Director speaking on "The Role and Importance of Parks Today" in the Community Pavilion at the Park
  • Sunday, October 12--4 pm--Andy Sansom, Director of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University speaking on "Water in Texas" at the Wood-Grinstead Amphitheater
  • Date TBD--Steven Spears, Principal at Design Workshop presenting a walking tour and "The Top 10 Things You Did Not Know about Blue Hole Regional Park" meeting at the Way Gatehouse

Party in the Park Set to Honor Design Workshop and Wimberley City Administrator Don Ferguson

The annual Party in the Park will be Sunday, November 2 at 2 pm in the Wood/Grinstead Amphitheater at Blue Hole Regional Park.  This event allows the Friends to honor individuals and organizations who were instrumental in the creation and development of the award-winning Blue Hole Regional Park.  This year's honorees are the firm Design Workshop, who developed the Master Plan and design of the park, and City Administrator Don Ferguson, who was a champion of the park since its inception.  Tickets are $45 per person or $75 per couple.  Prices for members are $35 per person or $60 per couple.  Invitations will be mailed in early October.
 

Friends of Blue Hole Membership Program

The purpose of the Friends of Blue Hole membership program is to support the Blue Hole Regional Park and provide opportunities for involvement.  All of the memberships are for one calendar year

Texas Barberry Guild--$50

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Two free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events

Texas Cedar Elm Guild--$100

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Four free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events

Texas Blue Oak Guild--$250

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Six free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events
  • Invitations to special members-only events

Live Oak Guild--$500

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Recognition in the park for one year (February through January)
  • Ten free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events
  • Invitations to special members-only events
  • Special members-only early entry day before the swimming hole opens for the summer
  • Use of the McCord/Welp Overlook and fire pit for one evening

Bald Cypress Society--$1,000

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Recognition in the park for one year (February through January)
  • Twenty free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events
  • Invitations to special members-only events
  • Special members-only early entry day before the swimming hole opens for the summer
  • Use of the McCord/Welp Overlook and fire pit for one evening
  • Use of the Wood/Grinstead Amphitheater for one evening

Chatterbox Orchid Society--$2,500

  • A membership card
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Recognition in the park for one year (February through January)
  • Thirty free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events
  • Invitations to special members-only events
  • Special members-only early entry day before the swimming hole opens for the summer
  • Use of the McCord/Welp Overlook and fire pit for one evening
  • Use of the Wood/Grinstead Amphitheater for one evening
  • Use of the Way Overlook for one evening

Business Partner--$1,500

  • A sign announcing your membership
  • Recognition in the newsletter that is distributed 4 times a year
  • Recognition in the park for one year (February through January)
  • Twenty-six free passes to the swimming hole to be used during one season
  • Invitations to all Friends of Blue Hole events
  • Invitations to special members-only events
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View video & photos from
 Party for the Blue Hole Park
held October 5, 2013 honoring
Steve Klepfer
 

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Friends of Blue Hole
PO Box 1601
Wimberley, TX 786876

info@FriendsofBlueHole.org

 

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Friends of Blue Hole is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization Federal ID #20-3415046