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Blanco a Destination for Wild Woman Weekend
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 • Posted April 5, 2013

People from near and far will be taking a drive through the Hill Country with the windows down to fully experience the ultimate “Gal Pal” trip and party with a purpose. Diverse activities, an historic old Texas town, good food, good company, and support for the Blanco Non-profit Coalition all come together on the first weekend of April. Come and experience a one-of-a-kind event created for women by women, Wild Woman Weekend happening on April 5, 6, and 7.

Feel the cooling breeze of the Hill Country while you enjoy a bevy of activities expressly designed to be of interest to women. Amp up your motor at the 5k & 10k runs, Zumba, Boot Camp, self-defense lessons, and belly dancing. Idle it at Tai Chi, yoga, and the Shop the Hill Country Fashion Show Luncheon. Rev up the grey matter at a journaling workshop, the author luncheon, fly-fishing lessons, Breakfast with the Birds, and A Scent for Every Woman Workshop. Shift into cruise drive for the Friday night movie, the quilt exhibit, chick market, and Babes-Beer-BBQ–great food from Ronnie’s BBQ in Johnson City served up at Real Ale Brewing. Blow out those pipes at Casino Night or painting like Pollock. That motor will be fine-tuned and ready for the return trip home after a Sunday morning yoga session.

Take that spring road trip (even if it’s from just down the road) and make it a memorable one at Wild Woman Weekend in Blanco. Local Hill Country merchants, restaurants, and inhabitants are supporting the many activities to refuel and turn that odometer back a few miles for you. Don’t sweat the details, register early at to save money and ensure your place at events. Call 512-750-6362 for registration help.

About Blanco Non-Profit Coalition – In 2013, the Blanco Non-Profit Coalition was formed to support Gem of the Hills Seniors Community Center, Friends of Blanco State Park, Blanco Library, Inc., and The Old Blanco County Courthouse Preservation Society, each of which provides Blanco and the surrounding community invaluable services paramount to our citizens’ and community’s continued growth, health, education, conservation, and prosperity.

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