A wet, mild spring is going to make for one of the most beautiful summers East Texas has seen in years. June is the month for summer weddings, outdoor concerts and farm fresh fruits and vegetables. School ends and students enjoy those first days free from the classroom while parents relax into a more laid back routine. Book your stay at Rosevine Inn to experience the best East Texas has to offer for summer 2019.
Where to Stay for June Weddings
June was most likely named after the Roman goddess Juno, patroness of marriage and women. That may be why it’s the most popular month to get married. If you’re visiting East Texas to celebrate with friends or loved ones making that commitment, Rosevine Inn is the place to stay.
While we have great hotels here in Tyler, staying at Rosevine Inn is much more comfortable and convenient. Weddings are about romance and tradition, and you’ll find both at our bed and breakfast. When you read our reviews, guests say things like this:
“The hosts make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. So many personal touches. Nice, clean rooms…I didn’t want to leave!”
“Been to hundreds of B&B, this place is beyond 5 stars!! It is our home away from home…”
“A pure delight at every turn! Whimsical and enchanting! Inn keepers with a heart that loves to truly entertain their guests…”
While we do not host weddings at the B&B, we will take care of you and your guests staying with us. We are into details and will strive to meet all your needs. You’ll find everything from directions to East Texas venues to gourmet breakfast dishes like omelets, quiches, coffee cake, fruit, muffins and more. Visit our amenities page for all the details.
PARADE OF HOMES
If you’re visiting Tyler June 1-9, you don’t want to miss the 66th Annual Parade of Homes. The Tyler Area Builder’s Association sponsors this event showcasing some of the region’s most innovative builders. Every year ticket holders have the opportunity to visit around 30 homes scattered throughout the area.
Get ideas for your next home, gain insight into East Texas real estate or just satisfy your curiosity. The Parade of Homes lets you see the work of multiple builders and the latest in design and furnishings.
On May 28, tickets go on sale and the Tyler Area Builder’s Association reveals addresses. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 12 and under.
The first few days after school lets out feel like complete and total freedom. Students put academic responsibilities behind them and parents don’t have to provide homework help or transportation to school events. If you have children, there’s plenty to do in East Texas. Here are a few ideas for the first month of school vacation.
Caldwell Zoo – This 85-acre zoo has animals from all over the world. It’s small enough to see it in a day but big enough to have something to delight children of every age.
Splash Kingdom – Almost all kids love waterparks, and you don’t have to go to Dallas to find one. Just take I-20 to Canton for water slides and wave pools.
Discovery Science Place – If you want somewhere air conditioned your kids can explore and learn, try Discovery Science Place. The museum has hands-on exhibits that encourage creativity and imagination. They also offer summer camps that are always a hit.
Faulkner Park – This city park has a huge tennis complex, fishing pond and baseball field. Young ones will play for hours at the playground and splash pad. There’s also a nature trail, picnic areas and a pavilion.
East Texas Live Music
You can always find plenty of live music choices around Tyler. Here’s what’s coming in June.
June 7 – Johnny Rodriguez – Johnny has been topping charts and winning music awards for decades, and you can hear him this month at Liberty Theater.
He received Country Music Association’s Male Vocalist of the year, Won the Billboard Trend Setter Award and was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. Tap your toes to classic hits like “Pass me by,” “You Always Come Back (To Hurting Me)” and “That’s the Way Love Goes.” Also at The Liberty Theatre
SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY BLUEGRASS BAND