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Learn about the history of Driftwood and the mission of the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society (DHCS). https://driftwoodhcs.org/
Join the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society for a free, family-friendly festival in the Hill Country created to bolster a strong sense of community and belonging.
Enjoy live music throughout the day while shopping hyper-local vendors and enjoying Vista’s delicious food and drink. Meet members of the Driftwood community to learn about the rich history and exciting future of this agrarian community. Learn about efforts in our community surrounding sustainability, conservation, light pollution, agriculture, and more.
This event is free, but please register at Eventbrite (link below) so we can gauge a headcount.
Driftwood Heritage Festival (Eventbrite)
Activities: face painting, bubbles and a petting zoo. Driftwood Heritage mini museum with members of families who have been here for generations on hand to tell some stories.
Live Americana, Bluegrass and Country throughout the Festival on the main stage beneath a 500 year old live oak.
Raffles with proceeds benefitting the revitalization of the Driftwood Community Center - Tickets $5 or 5 for $20
Agri-Hood Partners educational booths
We are accepting donations when you register in support of the Driftwood Community Center.
This year we will focus on revitalizing the Driftwood Community Center to renovate and enhance the facility to increase its ability to serve the community.
DHCS will absorb the Eventbrite fees for your donation. There are no taxes, as no goods or services are provided, and your donation is 100% deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Give now to the Driftwood Historical Conservation Society and help preserve and enhance Driftwood's rural beauty, heritage, sense of community and belonging.
You can also donate at: https://driftwoodhcs.org/donate
Friends of DHCS, we need volunteers at this event to help with parking and to direct vendors and guests around the property.
For inquiries about volunteering at the festival, email:
The Driftwood Historical Conservation Society (DHCS) strives to preserve and enhance Driftwood and the Onion Creek Valley’s (OCV) rural beauty, heritage, and sense of community and belonging.
What is of equal importance to maintaining Driftwood’s rural environment is to maintain Driftwood’s agrarian social culture including its: deeply personal relationships to the environment and mankind; a strong sense of community and belonging; and preserving and enhancing the existing high social quality of life that transcends all race, religion, ethnicity, education, and age differences, to form a community of unity--the community of Driftwood residents.
Vista Brewing is a destination brewery in the beautiful Hill Country town of Driftwood, just southwest of Austin. The 21-acre ranch includes a brewery & tasting room, farm-to-table restaurant, organic farm, apiary, live music, walking trails and private event spaces.
Vista’s beer program celebrates traditional recipes using Hill Country ingredients, with a range of styles including easy drinking beer garden brews, unique collaboration projects and an award-winning wine barrel aging program. Vista also offers a curated selection of Texas wines & ciders. The Vista’s restaurant sources proteins from local ranchers, including those who to feed Vista’s spent brewing grain, and strives to source as much as possible from local purveyors. Vista’s onsite vegetable farm provides much of the veggies used in our menus, and dishes rotate seasonally.