A festive outdoor event where local artisans, handcrafters, and growers showcase their creations! Saturday, 10a.m. to 4p.m.
The Galveston Island Market offers a festive monthly outdoor event where local artisans, handcrafters, and growers can showcase their creations for Galveston residents and visitors. See www.galvestonislandmarket.com for all details.
For over 25 years, the Galveston Art Center has produced ArtWalk on Saturday nights from 6-9 PM in the heart of the historic district. Now spreading to other parts of the Island, ArtWalk occurs approximately every six weeks. Not a street festival, ArtWalk takes place in existing commercial galleries, non-profit arts spaces and what are called “other wall”—restaurants and retail stores. One of the Galveston Arts Center’s largest programs, ArtWalk promotes visual art and supports our arts-based community, offering alternative places to see and learn about art.
ArtWalk is held every six weeks, and is a great opportunity to get wined and dined with a great meal and great art. Save the dates for ArtWalk and make it a regular night out.
For Schedule and Info Visit: http://www.galvestonartscenter.org/artwalk.html
Haunted Mayfield Manor is the home of Dr. Horace Mayfield. Once a respected doctor upcoming community leader as well as son of a prominent physician in Galveston, Texas. Dr. Mayfield pursued a career in general medicine to follow in his father’s footsteps, however his first love was the study of the mental capacity and mental illnesses of humans. During his tenure as a public physician, he began doing experiments on his unknowing patients. His experiments involved the study of the impact of fearful situations on individuals. During the great Hurricane of 1900 Dr. Mayfield who was engaged to be married prior to the storm, lost his bride the lovely blonde Sara Stone. He also lost his parents including his mother the bedridden Lenora Mayfield and his father Dr. Horatio Mayfield. Most importantly to the young Dr. Horace Mayfield all his research documentation was also lost in the great storm. It is said that witnessing the death and destruction of the great storm together with his own personal loss drove the doctor insane. His madness continues to this day as he tries to recoup his losses and continue his research. You are invited to participate in that ongoing research. Visit www.hauntedmayfieldmanor.com for showings and pricing.
Summer Specials – Call Capt. Alan for Details at 832-606-0844
Galveston Bay Fishing is known for its excellent speckled trout and redfish action all year round. The Galveston Bay Complex is the largest estuary on the Texas Gulf Coast and it is considered as one of the very best fisheries in Texas! With an experienced and knowledgeable Captain and good weather conditions, you and your guest will have a great chance of having a successful outing. Capt. Alan Pereyra and Capt. Steven are fully licensed by both the United States Coast Guard and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Visit www.galvestonfishing.com for further details.