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TPR Events & Initiatives

June 5: Enjoy A Gallery Stroll In Ingram

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Old Ingram Loop - Facebook
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Ingram, Texas, is not only KTXI's city of license, but it's home to a charming stretch of arts and craft galleries along the Old Ingram Loop, near Johnson Creek and the Guadalupe River. On Thursday, June 5, twelve galleries will open their doors to TPR members. You'll be able to leisurely browse the works on display, and meet the artists in person.

During the event, we'll be hosting a reception from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. under the gazebo on Old Ingram Loop. Come spend some time with us and enjoy food from Cartewheels Catering, beer from Pedernales Brewing Company and wine from Torre di Pietra Vineyards while you stroll the galleries, which will offer special discounts to TPR members during the event.

Date: Thursday, June 5
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Where: Old Ingram Loop, Ingram, TX (directions below)
Parking:  Street parking is available, as well as in an adjacent "open field lot."

A list of the participating galleries:

Clint Orms Silversmith
Nina Stone Design Studio
Winters Gallery & Studio
Kathleen Cook Art Studio & Gallery
Blue Moon Antiques
Horse Feathers
Ingram Gallery
Junk in the Trunk Village Market
Southwestern Elegance
Copper Cactus
Lamps & Shades
Perfect Surroundings
Decorating Specialist

Live music by Sofi Strings Quartet

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Credit Phil Houseal, Sofi Strings Quartet
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Sofi Strings Quartet: Tammy Widener, Phil Houseal, Ann Reynolds, Brenda Boenig

Brenda Boenig - Violin
Phil Houseal - Violin
Tammy Widenter - Viola
Ann Reynolds - Cello

Reservations have closed for this event. If you would like to attend, please bring your TPR member card, and we'll see you there!

Directions from San Antonio:

  • I-10 West to Exit 508, Kerrville.
  • Turn left onto Sidney Baker Street, drive 2.5 miles.
  • Turn right on Junction Highway (Texas 27), drive 6.3 miles.
  • Take a slight left onto Texas Highway 39.
  • In less than a mile, Old Ingram Loop will be on your left.