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All photos courtesy of At The Ranch.……

Polish your boots and dust off your hat to get ready for At The Ranch. At The Ranch is a full day of making, eating, drinking, and dancing under the stars for women on a family ranch outside of Victoria, Texas. The tag line, All Hat, No Cattle, Lots of Champagne, represents a day of fun without the hard work of ranch life.

On Saturday, November 13, 2021, At The Ranch will begin at 9:00 a.m. with breakfast and coffee provided by Dwell in Goliad. Starting at 10:00 a.m., and throughout the day, there will be round robin making workshops, providing the opportunity to express your creative side. Event attendees will work with silversmith Russell Marley, create leather wristlets with leatherworker Randi Hamlyn, create custom beaded bracelets at the bauble bar with Celeste Walker, and customize their cowboy hats with cowboy boot maker Morgan Buckert.

Silversmithing – E.S. Marley

A fall picnic lunch will be provided by Dwell, in Goliad. Following additional workshops and a siesta to get glammed up in formal ranch wear, attendees will return to At The Ranch for an evening of live music, passed hors d’oeurves, cocktails by Live Oak Vodka by Coastal Bend Distilling, and champagne. During cocktail hour, attendees will have the opportunity to shop with the day’s makers and exclusive vendors from surrounding towns—the perfect opportunity to work on your Christmas shopping list.

Leather Making – Indigo Laine Co.

A luxurious ranch dinner of beef tenderloin and seasonal sides will be provided by Chefs Samuel Ransom and Daniel Jiminez of San Antonio. Before the DJ and disco ball lead attendees into the night, a red velvet armadillo cake will punctuate dinner.

All At The Ranch attendees will also receive a custom bandana designed by Allie Falcon.

Bauble Bar – Pearls and Ponies

Event organizer, Andrea Buckert Wilson, 7th generation Texan rancher, says, “Growing up, being at the ranch with my grandmother meant crafting, cooking, and yes, champagne! There was a lot of work on the ranch, too, but what I remember most is the ladies time together. I wanted to recreate this special time for all ladies on my family’s ranch with no ranch skills required—a time to be together, under the oaks, soaking up the scenery and camaraderie.”

Hat Band Bar – Morgan R. Buckert

Tickets are selling quickly and limited space is available at this inaugural event. For additional information and to purchase tickets, please visit:

(Press release courtesy of At The Ranch).