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Moon Rivers Naturals: Faith, Hope, Love…and Soap!

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By Johnny Griffith

Yes, Soap. If you’re like most people, it’s something you use multiple times a day yet never stop to think about where it came from, who made it, and what’s in it. In fact, if you ask the clerks at most “big box” stores, even they couldn’t answer those questions for you. Luckily, Stefanie, Stephen, and the rest of the crew over at Moon Rivers Naturals (MRN) can answer all three of those questions for you, and more. MRN is a local business here in East Texas that makes natural soaps, oils, scrubs, and moisturizers.

A regular at local farmer’s markets for several years, MRN has persevered through hard work, sacrifice, and commitment to a product made with more than just a little love. What started out as a hobby has turned into a national adventure with five current employees, and the story is still writing itself into everything they make.

We caught up with Stefanie to get the full scoop on the soap and everything else going on at MRN:

Johnny: Give us some history on your background and how you came to found Moon Rivers Naturals.

Stefanie: I grew up in Florida, near Tampa, and Stephen grew up in East Texas, not far from where we live now. We met when we were 15, dated long distance, and married when we were 19 and 20. Moving away from home was pretty hard on me, so I started to make soap while we were in college nine years ago as a hobby. It was a connection with a close family friend in Florida who made soaps and was a bit of a role model for me. I made soaps on and off for a few years for personal use but never thought of it as a business opportunity. We were both finishing school at UT Tyler at the time and were planning to be teachers: math for me and English/Lit for Stephen.

In 2012 we had our first baby, Rivers Emerson. When he was around a year old, I wanted to contribute financially and be able to stay at home and be a mom. Stephen really encouraged me to start back with soap making and expanding into other products after I made him a beard oil for his birthday. We started super small, dragging Rivers around to the farmer’s markets in Tyler and selling a bit here and there through our website. The first year of the company was riddled with personal trials, which made it difficult to focus completely on growing the company, but in the end, I believe made us stronger and more resilient.


Johnny: What is your guiding philosophy with the company and product you offer?

Stefanie: When starting MRN, we really wanted to stress the importance of family, community, and natural ingredients. Stephen works a lot behind the scenes with graphic design and copy, and I develop the recipes and vision, and Rivers keeps us laughing. As we grow and add employees we never want to lose touch with that family aspect: everyone working together to achieve our goals.

Small batching our products is one of the most important aspects of MRN. Since we work with ingredients like freshly roasted Porch Culture Coffee, herbs, and essential oils, we want to ensure that our customers and retailers get their apothecary at their peak. They don’t necessarily have a short shelf-life (soap can continue curing into eternity), but there is something intangible yet unmistakable in receiving products a day or two after it’s been produced and packaged.

Johnny: How has the response been so far to the business?

Stefanie: Amazing. Every day I look at Stephen and tell him how proud of this little company I am. We have accomplished so much in the 2-3 years of being in business all while going through various trials, growing a family, and being broke. We have had to take risks that don’t always go the way you’d like, and we have taken some that have really benefitted the business and allowed us to grow. We’ve grown our wholesales to more than 120 retailers and being in two nationwide stores, and expanding internationally. It’s been pretty exciting and terrifying.

Johnny: What have been some of your biggest challenges?

Stefanie: Juggling everything. I really struggle with juggling life, business, mom, and wife. It’s hard. I go through a lot of mom guilt now that the business has grown. Stephen is my rock and he is continually encouraging me that I’m not completely failing at everything I’m doing, and I’m sure he gets tired of it. Stephen works full time with the business now, and I don’t think I would be able to do it without him. Another big struggle would be growing pains. Keeping up with inventory has become an issue since we moved into the brick and mortar. It’s a good problem to have, though!

Johnny: What have been your most memorable successes?

Stefanie: Oh man. When we first started Moon Rivers and we were hand cutting our labels and gluing them onto our glass jars with glue sticks, I created this “bucket list” for us. One of them was to do a certain show in New York City and get the attention of some big time buyers. We worked our butts off last year and used every penny we made and then some into going to that show. It was emotionally exhausting to put so much pressure on something like that, but we made it there, and I couldn’t stop smiling. We received orders with Free People, Madewell, and a bunch of amazing small retail store owners. I left New York totally drained but full of hope. (It was actually nice to get back into the east Texas country, for once!) That show really helped us get to a new level, and I’m still so proud of us for working so hard to get there. We were actually able to do the follow-up show in September, which was another bucket list checked off for the company.

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Johnny: Artisan products have become increasingly popular with the growth of farmer’s markets and a renewed interest in natural products. What sets Moon Rivers Naturals apart from other options in the market?

Stefanie: I love how people are becoming more aware of what they use and where it comes from. I have met so many people through farmers markets and social media that do what we do. They have a passion for it, and they work hard too. Thankfully there’s enough business to go around, and we love the growing “artisan” community. Small businesses are what gives our town culture, uniqueness, and puts food on our plate. What sets us apart from other apothecary companies? That’s always a tough question for me to answer. I know that we don’t do everything right, but I do believe that our products are unique. The scent profiles are different. The ingredients are fresh and sustainably sourced. Most importantly, each product has a little bit of us in it. Our culture. Our brand is pretty transparent. We are just putting ourselves out there with things that we like and we are hoping some other folks will see the benefits as well.

Johnny: What products do you currently offer?

Stefanie: Oye! I believe we have around 50 products, which include 11-12 different soap types, sugar scrubs, bath soaks, face masks, and more.

Johnny: Where can Moon Rivers Naturals products currently be found?

Stefanie: Locally, we have a storefront in downtown Tyler next to the Austin Bank Building, El Guapo Records, and near The Foundry Coffee House. You can also find our products at Moss in south Tyler. We are in about 120 retail stores nationwide and you can find us at any Madewell stores. Check out our website for a full list of locations or to do some shopping.

Johnny: What is next on the horizon for MRN?

Stefanie: We are extending our Moon Rivers family with a new addition in January. Little Baby Rhodes! We are beyond excited to have another team member, but other than that, we just want to keep moving forward, to keep developing our brand, and to keep growing our retailers. One big goal of our’s is to really connect with our community. We have an open studio downtown where we want people to come in and see us making our products, shipping our products, seeing Rivers throw temper tantrums, and also where you can purchase our products in our retail area. We are also starting to carry other brands in our studio that we have really connected with over the years. They are all an inspiration to us.

Johnny: What do you hope the legacy of MRN will be?

Stefanie: We want the legacy of MRN to be one that people see as a company that values family, simplicity, nature, and the importance of how we interact with the people around us day to day.

I also want my kids to grow up and see how hard their parents work toward those ends: not striving for financial success, but seeking fulfillment in life.

For more info and to purchase Moon Rivers Naturals online go to or

Moon Rivers Naturals is located at 265 S. Broadway, Tyler.

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“Playhouses on the Plaza” Downtown Tyler Through March 22nd

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March 16th-22nd (7am-11pm daily) – Preview of the Playhouses — Thursday,

March 22nd (6pm) – Dinner and Live Auction at Jack Ryan’s Steak and Chophouse

T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza will become a magical mini-community with up to eight life-sized custom playhouses – promising hours of imaginative playing –  displayed on the T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza in Downtown Tyler and features an online auction.

The display is open to public viewing at no charge.

The event will culminate in a ticketed dinner and live auction at Jack Ryan’s Steak and Chophouse, 102 N. College Ave., Downtown Tyler March 22nd.

All proceeds benefit Smith County Habitat for Humanity. This is sponsored by Invest In Tyler & Strada Caffe.

Smith County Habitat’s mission is to build and repair houses for people in need of decent, affordable housing. For more info call Habitat for Humanity of Smith County at (903)595-6630 or go to

ONLINE auction begins March 31st! 
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2018 Azalea & Spring Flower Trails March 16th-April 1st

We welcome you to the 59th Annual Azalea and Spring Flower Trail, featuring mile after mile of blooming azaleas, dogwoods, and spring flowers. 

This annual spring event has been described as a floral wonderland and a photographer’s paradise. 

Enjoy springtime in Tyler…stroll the beautiful gardens, join one of the many community events, and visit our offering of fine and performing arts.


The Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House

Azalea Trail Tour Hours: March 23rd-24th and March 30th-31st (10am-4pm)

Tours of the historic McClendon house built in 1878 include information about the house and family. Admission is $7 per person. The Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House is located at 806 W. Houston St. For more info call (903)592-3533 or go to

Historic Tyler on Tour 2018

Friday, March 23rd: Candlelight Party (7–9pm) — Home Tours: Saturday, March 24th (10am-5pm) and Sunday, March 25th (1-5pm)

Stroll through these elegant neighborhoods and grand lawns, soaking up the beauty of East Texas in bloom, as you tour private residences in Tyler’s Historic Districts listed in the National Historic Register. Candlelight Party tickets are $100 for members and $125 for non-members. Home Tours tickets are $15 for members and $20 for non-members. For more info call (903)595-1960, or go to

Roseland Plantation Historic Tour & Afternoon Tea

Monday, March 26th, Wednesday, March 28th, and Friday, March 30th (2pm each day)

This is a four-course Afternoon Tea and Historic Plantation Tour. Tea and Tour are $30 per person plus tax and gratuity. Tours only are $10 per person. Reservations are required for both. Roseland Plantation is located at 2591 State Hwy. 64 W., 6 miles west of Tyler Pounds Regional Airport. For more info call (903)849-0205 or go to

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“Playhouses on the Plaza”

March 16th-22nd (7am-11pm daily) – Preview of the Playhouses — Thursday, March 22nd (6pm) – Dinner and Live Auction at Jack Ryan’s Steak and Chophouse

T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza will become a magical mini-community with up to eight life-sized custom playhouses – promising hours of imaginative playing –  displayed on the T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza in Downtown Tyler and features an online auction. The display is open to public viewing at no charge. The event will culminate in a ticketed dinner and live auction at Jack Ryan’s Steak and Chophouse, 102 N. College Ave. All proceeds benefit Smith County Habitat for Humanity. This is sponsored by Invest In Tyler & Strada Caffe. Smith County Habitat’s mission is to build and repair houses for people in need of decent, affordable housing. For more info call Habitat for Humanity of Smith County at (903)595-6630 or go to

“Spring Through the Eyes of a Child”

Through March 23rd (Daily 9am-6pm and Sunday 2-4:30pm)

Walk through a wonderful “garden” of children’s hand-made art provided by Stepping Stone Preschool and Tyler Classical Academy. You can also tour through lovely arts and crafts created by Prestige’s residents such as quilts, paintings, crochet, Christmas items, doll collections and more. You can also retreat to the “Secret Garden” and sip tropical tea while enjoying azaleas and spring flowers. This is open to the public. Admission is free. This will be held at Prestige Estates Assisted Living and Memory Care, 6928 Paluxy Dr. For more info call (903)561-6102 or go to

13th Annual Life in Tyler Photography Contest

Daily through March 31st (Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm and Sunday 1-5pm)

This fun contest features photos depicting life in Tyler including youth, adult, and professional categories. It is open to anyone – information and registration online at Cost is $3 per entry. Admission is free. Entries will be on exhibit at Rose Garden Center, 420 Rose Park Dr. Call (903)531- 1214 or go to

Beauty and the Beast Bicycle Tour

Saturday, March 24th (8am)

More than 500 cyclists will journey “Behind the Pine Curtain” to enjoy the beauty of East Texas while conquering the final climb up “The Beast.” Registration fee is $35. For more info go to

2018 Apache Belle Spring Show

Thursday-Friday, March 22nd-23rd (7:30pm) and Saturday, March 24th (2pm and 7:30pm)

This annual production is an evening of fun and entertainment featuring the internationally Famous Apache Belles celebrating their 70th Anniversary with the show title of “Lone Star State of Mind.” The Apache Belles will perform this customized show, which will include all styles and genres of dance and center around a theme that will capture the imagination of all audience members. Admission is $8 for Thursday night or Saturday matinee and $13 for Friday or Saturday night performances. Tickets may be purchased online at Group rates available for 20 or more. This will be held at Wise Auditorium on the Tyler Jr. College campus, 1400 E. Fifth St. For more info call (903)920-3773 or go to

East Texas Embroiderers Guild 23rd Biennial Needleart Show

Friday, March 23rd (10am-5pm) and Saturday, March 24th (10am-4pm)

This is a display of different types of hand embroidery products including needlepoint, goldwork, stumpwork, needle painting, crewel, hardanger, silk ribbon, beading, and more. Boutique items will be available for sale. Admission is $3 at the door. This will be held at Tyler Rose Garden Center in the Camelia Room, 420 Rose Park Dr. For more info call (903)952-0488.

Tyler Quilt Show

Friday-Saturday, March 23rd-24th (10am–5pm)

This annual Quilt Show features local and national quilt artists and hundreds of beautiful quilts on display as well as many vendors. Admission is $7 per person, $6 for children 6-12 and seniors 65 and older, 5 years and younger are free. This will be held at Harvey Convention Center, 2000 W. Front St. For more info call (903)279-3484 or go to

Bergfeld Spring Fling “Azaleas Bloom in Bergfeld”

Friday, March 23rd (10am-7pm) and Saturday, March 24th (10am-4pm)

This historic art and wine event is where shops will be open throughout the shopping center with many great discounts available. Bergfeld Center is located on South Broadway at 8th St. For more info call (903)312-8707 or go to

Gallery Main Street Juried Art Exhibit: “Elephant in the Room”

March 10th-April 14th (Open Monday-Wednesday 10am-5pm, Thursday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 12 noon-4pm)

Gallery Main Street features juried art exhibits of original art created in a variety of media by regional artists. Admission is free. Gallery Main Street is located at 110 W. Erwin St. For more info call (903)593-6905 or go to

Tours of Tyler

Fridays and Saturdays, March 23rd-24th and March 30th-31st

Come experience the beauty of the Azalea Trails from the comfort of an air-conditioned touring van. Admission is $10 per person. Reservations can be made by calling (214)621-6071 or go to

McC Rider’s Shuttle Service

Fridays-Sundays, March 23rd-25th and March 30th-April 1st (10am-5pm)

Let someone else do the driving through the Azalea Trails in an open-air touring shuttle. Tours will depart from Broadway and Dobbs St. Tickets are $10 per person, children 5 and under are free. The shuttle leaves every hour. For more info call (903)330-8262.

Tyler Azalea 5k & 10k

Saturday, March 24th (8am)

Join the fun at this annual running event to benefit The Children’s Village. Race entry fee is $20-$50. This will be held at Bergfeld Park, 1510 S. College Ave. For more info find them on Facebook.

Smith Co. Art & History Show and Sale

Saturday, March 24th (12 noon-4pm)

View local artists displaying their Tyler and Smith County related work with the historical context for each piece. Some art will be available for sale. Admission is free, donations appreciated. This will be held at the Payne Auditorium at the Smith County Historical Society, 125 S. College Ave. For more info call (903)592-5993 or go to

“The Spirits of Oakwood”

Saturday, March 24th (Gates open 1pm and tours are every 10 minutes with the last tour at 4:30pm)

This is a guided walking tour through Historic Oakwood Cemetery. Historians are dressed in period clothing that portrays notable Tyler and Smith County citizens that are buried in the historic cemetery. They will be telling their individual stories. Cost is $10 per person, children 12 and under are admitted free and must be accompanied by an adult. The Oakwood Cemetery is located on the corner of Palace and Oakwood St. For more info call (903)316-2201 or go to

Azalea Arts & Crafts Fair

Saturday, March 24th (9am-5pm) and Sunday, March 25th (11am-5pm)

There will be more than 80 vendors with handmade art, jewelry, wood crafts, metal, sewing, and much more. Entertainment will be held both Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free. There will be a Kids Zone and concessions for a fee. This will be held at Bergfeld Park, 1510 S. College Ave. For more info call (903)531-1214 or go to

Northern Texas PGA Azalea Trail Junior Golf Classic

Saturday-Sunday, March 24th-25th (8am-6pm both days)

The Azalea Trail Junior Golf Classic plays host to some of the most talented junior golfers in Northern Texas. This event is nationally ranked and offers exemptions to other prestigious tournaments throughout the region. Admission is free for spectators. Registration fee is $215 to participate. Contact the NTPGA for registration. This will be held at Hollytree Country Club, 6700 Hollytree Dr. For more info call (214)420-7421 or go to

ETSO Concert: “Time for Three”

Saturday, March 24th (7:30pm)

The Dynamic trio “Time for Three” returns to perform with Richard Lee and the East Texas Symphony Orchestra. These multi-talented musicians perform everything from classical favorites to Katy Perry and Charlie Daniels, creating their own unique mashups and improvisations along the way. Admission is $16-$62. This will be held at UT Tyler Cowan Center, 3900 University Blvd. on the UTTyler campus. For more info call (903)566-7424 or go to

Seniors Celebrating Life

Wednesday, March 28th (8:30am-2pm)

his features a variety of educational classes geared toward seniors, such as health and wellness, scams against seniors, hobbies, and much more. Admission is free and there will be door prizes. This will be held at Harvey Convention Center, 2000 W. Front St. For more info call (903)592-1661 or go to

Tyler Obedience Training Club Dog Agility Show

Friday-Sunday, March 30th-April 1st (8am-5pm)

Dog Agility is a competitive sport that tests a person’s skills in training and handling of dogs over a timed obstacle course. Competitors race against the clock as they direct their dogs to jump hurdles, scale ramps, burst through tunnels, traverse a see-saw, and weave through a line of poles in an obstacle course configuration designed to challenge a handler’s competitive and training skills. Admission is free. This is hosted in the large Indoor Arena at Texas Rose Horse Park, 14078 State Hwy. 110 N. For more info call (903)882-8696 or go to

Mini Easter Egg Hunt at the Goodman

Friday, March 30th (11am and 1pm)

This year on Good Friday, the Easter Bunny will be available for pictures and there will be two Mini-Easter Egg Hunts. The first hunt will be at 11am and the second hunt will be at 1pm. Baskets will be provided for the first 50 children at each Egg Hunt. Admission is free. The Goodman-LeGrand Museum is located at 624 N. Broadway Ave. For more info call (903)531-1286 or go to

Rose City Artisans & Flower Market at the Goodman

Friday-Saturday, March 30th-31st (10am-4pm)

This exciting annual open-air market is sure to inspire and entertain the entire family. Purchase an original oil on canvas, a wooden toy, or a beautiful ceramic vase. Plan out your flower garden for the year with roses, daylilies, and orchids, as well as purchase a sculpture or two. There will be live entertainment and concessions available during this two-day event. Tours of the Goodman Museum will be available. Admission is free. The Goodman-LeGrand Museum is located at 624 N. Broadway Ave. For more info call (903)531-1286 or go to

Camp Ford Living History

Saturday, March 31st (9am-4pm)

Camp Ford features historical presentation of living history of the 1800’s. There will be a demonstration firing of a cannon, rifle shooting, presentation of flags during that period, actors in period dress, and a display of toys children played with at that time. Admission is free, donations accepted. Camp Ford is located at 6540 US Hwy. 271 N., 1/2 mile north of Loop 323. For more info call (903)522-1904.

Texas Rose Horse Park Spring Horse Trails-Cross Country Event

Saturday, March 31st (8am-5pm) and Sunday, April 1st (8am-3pm)

This is an equestrian event where a single horse and rider combination compete against other combinations across the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country, and show jumping. This is free for spectators. Texas Rose Horse Park is located at 14078 State Hwy. 110 N. For more info call (903)882-8696 or go to

Easter Eggstravaganza

Sunday, April 1st (9:30-11am)

All are welcome to fellowship and celebrate Easter with a church-wide brunch on the lawn. Admission is free. This will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 230 W. Rusk St. For more info call (903)597-6317 or go to

Tyler State Park Dogwood Days Driving and Walking Tour

Daily Through April 1st (8am to sunset each day)

Take a self-guided vehicle tour or enjoy one of the many trails at Tyler State Park to see beautiful blooming Dogwoods and other Spring Flowers. Saturdays, you can also enjoy fun Ranger Programs. Admission is $6 per person 13 and older, 12 and under are free. Tyler State Park is located at 789 Park Rd. 16. For more info call (903)597-5338.

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March 30th: Deana Carter in Concert at Liberty Hall

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We are ready for spring! Here are whats coming to Liberty Hall.

On Friday, March 30 at 8 p.m., we grab our bottle of strawberry wine and welcome the multi-platinum international artists, Deana Carter. She took the industry and fans by storm with her wildly successful debut “Did I Shave My Legs for This?” She then showed her own blend of country and retro-rock with the hit “Strawberry Wine.” For interviews with Deana Carter, contact Jules Wortman (615) 260-9985.

The month of April is full of Country and Rock ‘n’ Roll! We kick off on Thursday, April 12 at 7 p.m. with the legendary Johnny Rodriguez. Another Texas Country Music Hall of Famer, Johnny Rodriguez, has had fifteen top-ten singles and 6 number-one hits since 1973. Some of his classic hits include: “Pass Me By”, “You Always Come Back (To Hurting Me)”, and “Riding My Thumb to Mexico.”

Then, on Saturday, April 14 at 7 p.m., we welcome one of the top Elvis tribute artists in the business! Al Joslin has won first place at the 2016 Ultimate Orlando, finished in the top 5 in the world at the 2017 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest in Memphis and recently won first place at the Elvis Fantasy Festival in Portage, IN. Come see the Ultimate Elvis Country, Gospel, and #1 Hits! For interviews, contact Sheryl Jackson (214) 336-1104.

Next, on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.mBill Anderson, pays Liberty Hall a special visit. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1961, visits us Bill is one of the most popular, most enduring entertainers of our time. He is known, in fact as “Whispering Bill,” a nickname hung on him years ago as a result of his breathy voice and his warm, soft approach to singing a country song.

The very next day, Saturday, April 21 at 8 p.m., after more than 50 years together, we welcome Mouse & the Traps come back to the Liberty Hall stage! They continue to be one of the best examples of “Texas Rock & Roll”! This acclaimed group was formed right here in Tyler, Texas and they serve up a good helpin’ of original material and Classic Rock favorites. For interviews, contact Ken Nardo (903) 714-2284.

On Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m., we have the honor to hear the music of the grandchildren of Twitty Conway & Loretta Lynn in concert. Tayla Lynn and Tre Twitty are remarkable young talents that would make their famous grandparents proud!

June 27th (7pm) – Country Music Hall of Famer Connie Smith – In 1964, Connie Smith recorded the Bill Anderson-written “Once a Day.” Issued as her first single, it spent eight weeks at #1. She also cut darkly personal songs, including “Ribbon of Darkness” and “The Last Letter.” For tickets call (866)710-8942. Tickets start at $40.

July 20th (7pm) – “Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute” is a show based out of Nashville, TN, that focuses on performing songs by America’s Band, The Beach Boys, to sheer perfection. The show includes over 30 well-known hits. Members of Sail On have performed with Brian Wilson’s band, The Zombies, Earth Wind and Fire, Cheap Trick, Mark Lindsay. Tickets are $20.

August 11th (8pm) – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band will visit Liberty once again! They are a modern bluegrass band that plays and sings the songs of The Beatles. Performing some of the very best music composed by Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison, beloved songs are presented with instruments you normally wouldn’t expect to hear. Tickets are $20.

August 16th (7pm) – The Bellamy Brothers – Best-known for the easy rolling, ‘70s Southern soft rock classic “Let Your Love Flow,” the Bellamy Brothers are the most successful duo in country music history, consistently climbing into the upper reaches of the Billboard country charts during the ‘80s, including “Redneck Girl,” “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body, Would You Hold It Against Me,” ‘“You Ain’t Just Whistlin’ Dixie,” and “Dancin’ Cowboys.” For tickets call (866)710-8942. Tickets start at $40.

To top it all off, we will host student movie nights every first Thursday of each month. Students get a $2 discount off their ticket price with a valid student I.D. Be sure to visit for more information and tickets and “Like” Liberty Hall on Facebook for daily updates.

Liberty Hall is a department of the City of Tyler and is located on the historic Downtown Tyler Square. The mission of Liberty Hall is to create exciting art and entertainment experience that will integrate the arts into the downtown’s social, economic and community fabric by providing diverse opportunities for entertainment, through film, theater, comedy, and music.

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