Oh, man. Here we go again. A new year, meaning we’re about to make another butt-load of New Year’s Revolutions.
1. Go outside.
Shop local in historic downtownSee a show at The Pines or the Temple TheaterVisit the History Center in DibollGo to Lufkin’s Bull Bash and the Angelina Benefit RodeoBecome a volunteerGrab an adult beverage at Angelina Brewing Company and Restoration BistroEat a homemade tamale at the Diboll Tamale FestivalEnjoy the 4th of July fireworks celebration at the Ellen Trout ZooPlay a round of golf at Crown Colony Country Club or Neches Pines Golf CourseEat a Chick-o-StickCheer for your hometown teamRide some rides and grab a ribeye sandwich at the Texas State Forest FestivalBuy fresh produce …
Happy 2020 everyone!
See a show at the Lamp lite Theater or W.M. Turner AuditoriumShop local in historic downtownGrab an adult beverage at Fredonia Brewery, Red House Winery, the Front Porch Distillery or Naca Valley VineyardStroll through the Pineywoods Native Plant CenterHang out at the only state-sanctioned blueberry festival in TexasEnjoy the 4th of July fireworks at Festival ParkPlay a round of golf at Woodland Hills or Pineywoods Country ClubSupport the Stephen F. Austin State University Lumberjacks at a sporting eventHave a picnic at Eastside or Westside Park by Lake NacogdochesBuy fresh produce at …
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