What are the best things about September near Tyler TX? There are too many to name, but here are a few of our favorites. The weather starts to change, offering cooler evenings and a taste of fall as the days get closer to October. School starts back, bringing routine and excitement. Football returns, summer items go on sale and stores begin offering cozy sweaters and pumpkin spice.
😊😊September is a great time to visit the area. Book your stay at Rosevine Inn and enjoy events and entertainment options like these.
Our Best thing to happen lately at the Inn is we now have a Massage Therapist available!!
Canton First Monday
September 2-6, visit the world’s largest flea market at Canton Texas. Shop for vintage clothing, unique jewelry, seasonal decorations, antiques, crafts, furniture, and so much more. Stop by Paul Michael Company for a tantalizing variety of home decor. On your way back to Rosevine Inn, cool off at Splash Kingdom, a family-friendly waterpark.
If you’re traveling with kids, Rosevine Inn is a great place to stop because of family-friendly amenities like our barn-style game room with a pool table, darts, hammocks and games. We’re also a budget-friendly choice because once your gang fills up on our gourmet breakfast, you’re set for hours. When you visit this September, here are a few of the best choices for family fun. Caldwell Zoo Caldwell Zoo offers 85 acres of everyone’s favorite animals with stroller and walker-friendly trails that wind through gorgeous landscaping. It’s always a popular choice with kids, but during the summer months, it’s pretty hot. September’s cooler temperatures make a zoo visit a treat.
While you’re there, stop by the zebras to see baby Amali, an adorable Gravy’s zebra whose name means “hope” in Swahili. Then visit the baby Reticulated Giraffe born June 7.
Children’s Park Event
Movies In the Park
- Saturday, Sept. 11 – Soul. Rated PG.
- Saturday, Sept. 25 – Raya and the Last Dragon. Rated PG.
- Friday, October 1 – Mulan (2020) Rated PG 13.
- Saturday, October 16 – Suspicion (1941) Date Night Classic
East Texas State Fair
East Texas Music
September 4 – Celebrate Labor Day with world-class symphonic music at Bergfeld Park. At 6 p.m. on September 4, more than 50 musicians take the stage to perform symphonic music free for the community. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket and join the East Texas Symphony Orchestra as it kicks off live in-person concerts for the 2021/22 season.
Lake Tyler Marina on Sunday Sept 5 Blues and seafood go together like red beans and rice! Come hang out on the deck while we play your favorite blues tunes and you eat great seafood! 6-11 pm
September 10 – Stanley’s BBQ hosts , a Grateful Dead tribute band that delivers an incredibly accurate representation of the original Dead experience. More than 25 years after Jerry Garcia’s death, there’s evidence Grateful Dead might still be one of the most broadly popular American rock bands right now. Plus Deadheads and non-Deadheads alike can agree there’s nothing like live music served with smoky, juicy Texas BBQ. Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the door.
Rose City Triathlon
2021 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk
This year, the city of Bullard’s annual Red White and Blue Festival honoring Veterans hosts Wine on Main with local wineries, food vendors and live music. Shop wares and taste samplings from M6 Winery, Kiepersol, Dixie Winery, Triple N Ranch and many more between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 18. Then from 5 p.m to 9 p.m., for a $50 entry fee attendees enjoy a private concert by Ben Theiring and Friends along with M6 wines and Azalea Catering food pairings.
There’s fun to be had all month long across the East Texas area. Did you know we also offer extended-stay suites for those who are planning a longer trip? See our lodging application here.
So that’s all for now except to remind you we will be starting up our nightly fires in the courtyard sometime in September!! That is so exciting.
Until next time! Your Innkeeper signing off