SUNDAY May 15, 2022

“The constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness.

You have to catch it yourself."

Benjamin Franklin

Spring is going by quickly so now's a good time to catch some fun outdoors. County Line Magazine is your connection to great cultural and lifestyle events  in the region — whether you're looking for live music, engaging art, or just good old fashioned fishing.


Check out the eMagazine for the latest stories on great things happening in the Upper East Side if Texas or read the May/June eEdition. Don't forget to visit our Destination Guides and calendar while exploring. — Lisa Tang


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Hawkins student Jackson White won first place in the K-3 category of the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center's 2022 Fish Art Contest. Click HERE to see more winning entries.

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FEATURE
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The Art & Influences of Biggers & Criner

County Line Magazine is proud to sponsor the exhibit titled Student/Teacher: Works by Charles Criner & Dr. John Biggers May 15 through August 14 at Tyler Museum of Art. The show spotlights each individual’s artistic style while examining Biggers’ influence on Criner. Drawn from a variety of public and private collections, the selected works on paper are from throughout their respective careers, offering snippets of each artist’s overall body of work. READ MORE.

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THIS TIME OF YEAR

Cynthia Ann Parker Became Famous Captive

The story of the girl kidnapped by Comanche warriors and who lived as a member of the tribe for two decades continues to captivate the public's imagination. 


On May 19, 1836, a large force of Comanche warriors accompanied by Kiowa and Kichai allies attacked Fort Parker in Limestone County, east of Waco, killing several inhabitants. During the raid the Comanches seized five captives, including Cynthia Ann, age 10. READ MORE.

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LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT

Wood County Update on Lake Fork Recreation Facilities

The Sabine River Authority (SRA) is building a new Lake Fork Recreation Facility that includes a new pavilion, boat ramp, public parking, and restroom facilities. The new facility is part of SRA’s economic development program to enhance recreational opportunities throughout the Sabine River Basin. READ MORE.

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ART & CULTURE

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Mount Vernon Music Debuts Music by Benedikt Brydern

Mount Vernon Music (MVM) concludes its concert season with “Change And Endurance” from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, at the Mount Vernon Music Association performance hall. The May 21 concert follows MVM’s year-long theme of perseverance and hope through the pandemic.


The performance pairs string music with double bass in selections by Dvořák, Samuel Barber, and William Grant Still and the premiere of a jazzy score with clarinet composed for MVM by Benedikt Brydern. READ MORE.


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