Celebrating 13 years of Brushy Creek Tradition…

When & Where

September 25th, 2010
11am – 6pm

Cat Hollow Park
8600 O’Connor Rd
Round Rock, TX
(on O’Connor, off RR620 between I-35 and Parmer)



Proceeds are donated to the following organizations:

Samaritan Health Ministries

Round Rock Serving Center

St. Vincent de Paul

Brushy Creek Utility Assistance Program


$2 per person


2 nonperishable food items per person.

The History of the Hairy Man Festival

The Hairy Man Festival has been an annual event since 1994. It is a family-oriented festival that has raised between $20-35,000 each year in nonperishable food and cash donations. These donations benefit four local food pantries and charities serving Williamson County, north rural Travis County, and the Hill Country. Support also goes to Peaceable Kingdom Children’s Retreats.

The festival includes an arts and crafts area with numerous artisans participating. Local civic groups, school clubs, homeowner associations, and charitable organizations raise funds through dozens of food and games booths. There are special performances and live music by local groups and organizations on the Festival Stage. Judged by local community leaders, the festival closes out with the legendary ‘Hairiest Man’ contest.

The Hairy Man Festival is presented by the Brushy Creek Women’s Association (BCWA) and the Brushy Creek MUD. The BCWA is a vehicle to unite and serve families in the Brushy Creek area. The group provides numerous social and service-oriented activities and is a great way to get involved in your community. For more information about joining the BCWA, please send an email to the BCWA at [email protected].