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The Texas Polka Music Museum now
has a home! That was the news
presented by the Board of Directors
at the 5th Annual Texas Polka
Festival. It will be located at 625
North Main in historic downtown
Schulenburg, across the street from
the Chamber of Commerce Office.
Grand Opening on April 17, 2010!
The 5th Annual Texas Polka
Festival, sponsored by the Texas Polka
Music Museum, was held on Sunday,
April 5, 2009 from 1 - 7 PM at Fireman's
Hall, State Hwy 159 in Industry, Texas.
Music was provided by The Traveler's
from Columbus and the Central Texas
Sounds from Fayetteville.
5th ANNUAL TEXAS POLKA FESTIVAL
4th ANNUAL TEXAS POLKA FESTIVAL
The 4th Annual Texas Polka Proceeds benefited the Texas Polka Music Museum. Click here for photos of the
Festival was held on Sunday, April 6,
2008 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the
Roundup Hall at the Fayette County
Fairgrounds on Highway 77 North in La
Grange, Texas. Music was provided by
the Vrazels' Polka Band of Buckholts and
the Jubilee Polka Band of New Braunfels.
Door Prizes, Limited Live Auction, Silent
Auction and Children's Activities.
3th ANNUAL TEXAS POLKA FESTIVAL
Event was held on Sunday, April 1, 2007 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Round
Up Hall (Pavilion) on the grounds of the Texas Czech Heritage and Culture Center
(Fayette County Fair Grounds) Highway 77 North in La Grange, Texas.
Music was by the Bobby Jones Czech Band of Wharton and the Jodie Mikula
Orchestra of Ennis. The Fund Raiser was a big success. Click here for an article
about the event that appeared in a subsequent Texas Polka News. Click here for
Fund raiser photo.
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|TEXAS POLKA MUSIC MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN
The Texas Polka Music Museum (TPMM) held its Grand
which also included many musicians and polka DJ's. The
opening ceremonies had an estimate 300 in attendance for
the ribbon cutting and for the dance that afternoon. The
TPMM board of directors, officers and supporters were
very pleased with the turnout.