OYOU Programs

The OYOU ("Own Your Own Universe") Center for the Creative Arts, is a 501 C3 non-profit servicing both Hays and Guadalupe County. The OYOU provides a variety of workshops, concerts, programs, lessons, and group discussion to the entire community — regardless of income or mobility issues.


Our programs take place at multiple locations. See Events for the exact address and location of each program.

Phone: 512-426-7288

Email: ownyourownuniverse@gmail.com 


Wilory Farm 

9191 FM 1979

Martindale, TX




It's a gated entrance and reservations are required in advance for each program. For both security reasons and limited seating, we do not allow walk-ins — even if you are a regular. On the day of your event, there will be a gate code. You'll be given this gate code prior to your event.  


There are various ways to get here, for your first time, we recommend the following: 


Directions from Interstate 35 North or South. Exit to Highway 80. You want to head towards Luling/Lockhart


Take Highway 80 and pass the Walmart on the left. Keep going on 80. Go through the traffic light at Martindale. Watch for the Dollar General on the right. 1979 is the next road on the right. Wilory Farm is 1.4 miles once you make that turn onto 1979. You will pass a sign on the right that says “entering Guadalupe County.” You will then cross the San Marcos River. Don’t turn into “Martindale Falls” on the left or “Martindale Falls Way.” Your GPS might try and have you do this. Don’t listen. Immediately past this subdivision is our location. We are on the left. Turn into the gravel driveway. There are artificial sunflowers marking the gate.


If you don't come from Highway 80, we are immediately after the sign that reads “Tatum Rd” to the left and “Martindale Falls Way” to the right. This sign is on the right. Our gate is located immediately after this sign.


Under Construction: 


Donations enable us to do OYOU programs here and fund our mission. Larger events will remain at alternate locations. Please see our "events" for locations.  


We will break ground on the OYOU, on Wilory Farm, in 2018.