Jan 9, Tuesday morning, 7:30 a.m.-- Blue Hole Regional Park will be the destination for the monthly bird walk hosted by local birder Jesse Huth. Meet at the parking loop near the gate house. Jesse's usual fee for his monthly walks is $10/person. Usually lasts 2-3 hours depending on the birds! See you there. ... See MoreSee Less
If the air is 28 degrees, how cold is the water in Blue Hole? A-Mazing Success! Undaunted -- or perhaps inspired ---by our 28 degree afternoon high, about 30 individuals took the Polar Bear Plunge this afternoon including the awesome park staff.
BLUE CHRISTMAS FASHION: The most beautiful Christmas sweater of all: Colton, age 4, wears his support for Blue Hole. Also on hand yesterday were these these "UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER /STYLE SHOW" contestants. ... See MoreSee Less
It's a good rainy evening to be having our hot chocolate at home instead of at Blue Hole! But tomorrow is another day. Come to Blue Christmas Sunday evening 4-7 and have a cup with Friends of Blue Hole and our wonderful park staff and your neighbors. Weather promises to be dandy. ... See MoreSee Less
RESCHEDULED due to weather! Blue Christmas will be Sunday, December 17, 4:00-7:00 All fun events still apply - except you'll have to wait til next year for the movie. See the attached flyer. Don't miss it!!! Please help spread the word!!! Happy Holidays! ... See MoreSee Less
We are thankful for a quiet "ribbon-cutting" last week that signaled the beginning of Phase III of the park's Master Plan: the restoration of the uplands to an example of the Texas Hill Country at its best. Special training by the LBJ Wildflower Center will guide staff and volunteers in this final phase that will last the life of the park. We thank the Jacob and Terese Hershey for the grant that made this possible. We'll take the patient and careful path to successful land stewardship and restoration. Be sure to see this week's Wimberley View, Page 1. www.wimberleyview.com/articles/2017/11/22/restoring-blue-hole-past... See MoreSee Less
Now's the time to mark your calendars for Blue Christmas at Blue Hole. Give yourself and your family a special gift: enjoy a sweet and peaceful time in the outdoors. Carolers, carriage rides, s'mores at the firepit, holiday music (you can sing along) and Santa!
Blue Christmas at Blue Hole 2017Dec 17, 4:00pmBlue Hole Regional ParkBlue Christmas at Blue Hole is back with horse carriage rides, a roaring fire, s'mores, an UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER contest, a photo booth, Santa, and local music groups! Bring friends and family to enjoy this all-free event.... See MoreSee Less
More scary participants in the photo booth at Boo!Hole!Tag your friends and family in pictures from last night's photo booth at Boo! Hole 2017! Photos by Aaron Reed, www.rreedphoto.com. ... See MoreSee Less
Big Halloween Fun at BooHole last Saturday. First ever costume contest and first movie in the park ("Hocus Pocus") drew over 200 participants in spite of a chilly night. Toasty fire pit very popular - so'mores helped! ... See MoreSee Less
To walkers and joggers in the park: those grubby folks you may see along the trails are Master Naturalist volunteers digging invasive Johnson grass and cutting Ashe juniper saplings, This team works every Wednesday, October through whenever it gets too hot! Pictured are Lin, Karen, Leigh and Christine with several bags of Johnson grass. ... See MoreSee Less
Sunday evening in the park: At sunset several hundred migrating Swainson's (we think) hawks swooped low and silent across the soccer fields. An amazing sight. The intrepid Winifred Simon documented the bird for us. ... See MoreSee Less
Boo! And Hocus Pocus! And Hurray! Movie Nights in the Park launches during the 2nd Annual Boo!Hole Halloween, Saturday October 28. Don't miss this inaugural event and a fun evening. Grants to Friends of Blue Hole funded the movie equipment and a grant to Friends from the Wimberley Community Civic Club helped fund the movie program. ... See MoreSee Less
Play Scape Canopy Progress - These moms agreed in March that a canopy would be a huge improvement for the play scape which becomes too hot for kiddos to touch in our Texas summers. This spring, the Friends Board committed to this project, and a small committee conducted research for a design. Since then, the Parks Board has endorsed a sail canopy project as has the City Council. A generous donor has agreed to fund the technical drawings. Once drawings are in hand, fundraising will begin. Stay tuned! We'll need your support, so let us know if you'd like to help fundraise for this park project. ... See MoreSee Less
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