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The nightlife of Wylie? well maybe some of it although I didn't see a lot else. Originally the Wylie Opry was in the warehouse district next to the railroad tracks but when trains went by, there was competition over who was the loudest with the artists and entertainers usually loosing out to the trains. The Opry then relocated to the main street in old downtown Wylie where it is today.
Fri Night: 7:30 (Gospel Music)
Sat Night: 8:00 (Country Music)
Updated Jan 21, 2004
Address: 111 N Ballard, Wylie
Wylie is around 31 miles north west of downtown Dallas.
Take US-75 then the George Bush Turnpike and merge on TX190 East. Take TX190 East to TX-78 North.
Written Jan 20, 2004
The Country Fair is held in the Historic Downtown Wylie area at Olde City Park and Bart Peddicord Community Center on the 2nd Saturday in September.
The event is an all-day festival offers a little everything for everybody.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
SNAKES! There is only one North American poisonous water snake - the Cottonmouth Water Moccasin! Not to be confused at all with its many nonpoisonous neighbors, this snake is a pit viper in the same general family as the Copperhead and the Rattler. This dangerous semi-aquatic snake is truly an aggressive reptile that will stand its ground or even approach an intruder.
Water moccasins are most often seen in watery places, in the swampy backwaters of rivers and streams, and on marshy lake shores. Knowing this makes it easier for people to avoid the water moccasin. The bite of the water moccasin is highly dangerous and may be fatal. This snake is also called a cottonmouth because when threatened it throws back its head and flashes its white-lined mouth as a warning signal.
A resident of many Texas lakes!
Written Oct 4, 2002
Fondest memory: A sailboat crew making their final preparations prior to going out on Lake Lavon. Texas has many lakes and this is just one of them. All but one of the lakes in Texas is man made. Although I enjoy visiting these lakes, they are not as nice as the natural lakes in upstate New York. Sorry Texas!
Written Oct 4, 2002