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Open Your Calendars!

January 18, 2012

Change is certainly in the air at the BLCC!  Open your calendars, people…the next couple months are going to fly!  Don’t forget to check the website calendar frequently for happenings on the BLCC!

New to our monthly events will be themed dinners hosted at the Log Cabin.  One evening each month, Chef Dan will plan and prepare a unique dining experience for a limited number of guests at the Log Cabin.  Guests will need a reservation in order to attend the dinner.  Our first dinner will be held Tuesday Febuary 14th and will have a Valentine’s Day theme.  On Saturday, March 17th we will celebrate the Irish heritage with a St. Patrick’s Day dinner.  Contact us to reserve your spot at these unique events!  As always, overnight accommodations are available by reservation.

Once again, the BLCC will be teaming up with the Traditional Bowhunters of Texas for an archery tournament.  The two day event will begin the morning of Saturday March 24th.  Archers are invited to join us for both Saturday and Sunday.  Overnight accommodations are available by reservation.  Stay tuned for a camping package that will include dinner on Saturday night, a campfire, and breakfast on Sunday morning!

Turkey season will follow closely behind the Archery shoot.  Opening day is March 31st this year.  Contact the BLCC to coordinate a custom Turkey hunt.

By the time Germanfest rolls around on April 27th, 28th, and 29th, the BLCC will have overnight accomodations in the Log Cabin as well the newly renovated Lindsay Branch Cottage (sleeps 6-8).  Rooms fill up fast, so be sure to call us and make your reservation!

The Red River Fest, scheduled for Saturday May 26th has been postponed to the Fall of 2012.  Stay tuned for updates on a list of the day’s events, bands, and activities for the day! 

Change is a general rule around here these days.  Check the website calendar often and keep visiting the blog for the most up-to-date information on the BLCC!

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