Other April events in Ennis also include live theatre at the new downtown Ennis Public Theatre and at Theatre Rocks, along with the Ennis Famers Market always held on Saturday mornings on N. Dallas Street in downtown Ennis. According to the release, new, this year will be the Main Street Midway, a quality carnival located in downtown Ennis that will run April 12-16. “Ennis also has unique shopping opportunities in its downtown,” the release adds. “Ennis is also known for Lake Bardwell, the Ennis Railroad and Cultural Heritage Museum, events at the Texas Motorplex, the nearby seven screen Galaxy Drive-in Theatre, the Sugar Ridge Winery, the annual National Polka Festival on Memorial Day weekend and much more. “Ennis is a quick trip south of downtown Dallas, just 25 minutes on Interstate 45. Visitors can stop by the Convention and Visitors Bureau office, located at 002 East Ennis Avenue, for brochures and maps of the trails. The Ennis CVB is open seven days a week in April only to serve the bluebonnet seekers except for Easter Sunday.” For more information, contact the Ennis Convention and Visitors Bureau at (972) 878-4748 or follow the Ennis CVB on Facebook and
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Twitter. The staff at the Ennis Convention and Visitors Bureau encourages visitors to call, email, or visit the website before driving long distances for the latest status of the bluebonnets. Status updates for the best viewing times are available online at www.bluebonnettrail.org and on the Facebook pages of Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival and Ennis Convention and Visitors Bureau. We welcome you to Ennis, a proud Texas Main Street City.