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  • This historic community, located in the heart of Texas, offers an ideal setting for homes, ranches and businesses with beautiful scenery, rolling green hills, tranquil lakes, historic Texas landmarks and country charm, yet the "big city" is less than an hour away. Chappell Hill is situated in the southeast portion of Washington County, which lies halfway between Houston and Austin on US Hwy. 290.

    Chappell Hill is a small Texas town with a colorful history offering visitors year-round hospitality and charm. The town has a delightful combination of restored homes, shops and buildings.  Many are found on Main Street, which has been designated as a National Register Historic District.

    Renowned for its blooming bluebonnet fields, rolling hills, scenic views, Bluebonnet and Scarecrow Festivals each year, Chappell Hill allows you to step back in time and enjoy a pleasant outing of browsing and strolling along its streets.

     

     


     

     

    1 st Annual Chappell Hill Beer, Music & Wine Festival Set for Aug. 24
    The Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the “1st Annual Chappell Hill
    Beer, Music & Wine Festival” in downtown Chappell Hill this Saturday, August 24 from Noon
    to 8PM. “We are inviting all of our friends and neighbors to come out to Chappell Hill this
    Saturday and not only enjoy some great local beer and wine, but shop and dine throughout the
    day and of course experience a captivating line-up of music that has been put together,” stressed
    John Wick, Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce President.


    “We wanted to be sure and not only engage those individuals making last minute trips to
    the area, but also provide everyone an opportunity to experience Chappell Hill’s charm while
    winding down the summer. The Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce has put together a great
    line-up of music headlined by the Black Cat Choir and with the Jeff Jacobs Band and Aaron
    Loesch playing earlier in the day. This will give everyone an opportunity to come to spend the
    weekend in Chappell Hill, get in some local shopping, have lunch or dinner and enjoy our wine
    and beer entrepreneurs, Texas Star Winery & Coalfox Brewing Company. The music stage will
    be set up on Poplar Lot, directly under the water tower and both Chappell Hill Bakery & Deli
    and Chappell Hill Sausage will be set up and Bevers Kitchen will stay open late Saturday for
    everyone to enjoy dinner. Additional vendors at this year’s Inaugural event include Thai
    Cowboy, Blackwood Educational Learning Institute, Whatever Pops Up, & Alberts Lemonade
    Stand. There will be plenty of non-alcoholic beverages & food, seating areas and large
    evaporative cooling fans supplied by Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative as well as a misting tent
    for those that want to cool off quickly. The Providence Baptist Church, Rock Store, Circulating
    Library and Museum will be open to visit and for cooling down. Chappell Hill has numerous
    bed & breakfast and Airbnbs to choose from, just visit our website for lodging
    accommodations,” concluded Wick.


    Those attending the Festival are encouraged to park at the Masonic Lot off of FM 2447
    which is just $5.00, there absolutely no street parking or outside alcoholic beverages allowed.

     

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