November 4, 2017
The 8th Annual Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival will be on Saturday, November 4 from 10-5pm at the Dripping Springs Ranch Park. RR+ Hill Country Living Festival is all about rainwater collection, conserving water and energy, and living lightly, responsibly and beautifully in the Texas Hill Country.
Come see us at Booth #53. We will be hosting a jar guessing game in which you could win a 150 gallon poly rainwater harvesting tank. We will be doling out lots of information about how you can start harvest rain and conserve our precious Hill Country water resources.
Expansion of Festival
This year, the organizers decided to expand the focus of the festival and want to emphasize sustainable living in the Texas Hill Country.
New activities and attractions this year:
- Tiny Home Rodeo – visit our showcase of tiny homes; meet builders & enthusiasts
- One-Stop Hill Country Wine Tour – all within walking distance
- Food Trailer Court – a rolling smorgasbord of tastes and treats
- Hill Country Music Stage – singers, songwriters, toe tapping; Get Performance Schedule!
- Other items of interest and surprises to be announced.
Hill Country Raffle
Hill Country Alliance’s Rainwater Revival School Grant program supports Texas Hill Country Schools in their efforts to reduce water usage on their campuses and educate students about the importance water conservation. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the 2017 Rainwater Revival Raffle will be awarded directly to Hill Country Schools for the installation and/or maintenance of rainwater harvesting systems and water conservation education programs.
The online raffle begins September 21st and ends Friday, November 3, 2017. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase in person at the 2017 Rainwater Revival + Hill Country Living Festival on November 4th and the winners will be drawn and announced before the close of the event. You do not need to be present to win but we hope to see you there!
The Hill Country Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to raise public awareness and build community support around the need to preserve the natural resources and heritage of the Central Texas Hill Country.