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Refresh and Invigorate in Blanco
Wild Woman Weekend April 5-7, 2013
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 • Posted March 28, 2013

Registration for Wild Woman Weekend is still open, but some venues are filling quickly. The first weekend of April is a one-of-a-kind happening planned by women for women to party for the benefit of the Blanco Non-Profit Coalition. Activities, workshops, and special venues are all on the agenda for this inaugural weekend.

Feeling down, out of sorts, or need a little motivation; recent health reports indicate women need time to renew themselves. Come to Blanco and try fly-fishing lessons with Harrison Nash, enjoy lunch while watching a fashion show styled by Cowgirls and Lace and The Vintage Cottage of Blanco, and enjoy the Heron’s Nest Herb Farm scent workshop. Flex and stretch those muscles at the 5k & 10K run coordinated by Run in Texas, try a massage by Spa d’Sante, center yourself with yoga, jazz it up with Zumba, or chill out with Tai Chi. Enjoy a day of shopping at the chick market (Lizzy Gail Bags –Frosting & Sprinkles – Scentsy – just to name a few), but be sure to save time for tastings of local Texas wines. Stimulate your mind by listening to Margie Crisp, a successful Texas artist and author, while sharpening writing skills, or have lunch with authors Karen Valby and Mary Gordon Spence, catered by Onion Creek Kitchens. Sample some Texas comfort food while dining at the Real Ale Brewery, with food supplied by Ronnie’s BBQ of Johnson City. To lower blood pressure, try the natural environment of Blanco State Park and eat Breakfast with the Birds. Nourish the creative side at the Quilt Exhibit or splash it up and Paint Like Pollock. Just for pure fun, relax at the Friday movie night and live it up at Saturday Casino Night in the Historic Blanco Courthouse.

All of this and more will be happening in the quaint Hill Country town of Blanco. Remember, what happens in Blanco will refresh and invigorate. Round up those friends who need a little invigoration and join the fun. Save money and ensure attendance at favorite events by registering early. Learn more at wildwomanweekend.org or call 512-750-6362.

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