September 19; October 3 and 17, 2008
•Chair Yoga at Live Oak Nursing Home: Public encouraged to attend. 618 Live Oak Street. September 19th; October 3rd and 17th (first and third Fridays in Sept and Oct). Call Sharon at 833-0771 for details.
September 23 and 30, 2008
•Dance Lessons: 2 Step, Waltz, and Jitter Bug. September 23 & 30 7:00 to 8:00p.m. Cost is $5.00 per person, $8.00 per couple per lesson. Gem of the Hills Community Center. For more information, please call 833-2728.
September 20, 2008
•Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc. will be hosting a Volunteer Orientation at the Kendalia facility location on Saturday, September 20th, starting at 10:00 am. Admission is free; all potential volunteers and interested persons are welcome! For more information about the event or to RSVP, please call Krystal at (830) 336-2725, ext. 303. For more information about the organization, please see our website at www.wildlife-rescue.org.
September 20, 2008
•150 years Sesquicentennial Quilt Show "Then & Now" September 20th, PEC Auditorium in Johnson City, 9:00am to 6:00pm.
September 25, 2008
•Blanco State Park - Toddler Time at the Park: Early exposure to and good experiences in nature are key to a child's future relationship and stewardship of our natural resources. This class will be a relaxed and inviting experience for parents and toddlers, ages 1-3, to enjoy nature together. Activities will include walks, meeting plant and animal friends and hearing stories. Parents will remain with children for entire class. Dress appropriately for outdoor activities; bring an easy way to carry your child (backpack, stroller, etc.), a snack and drink. Check at Park Headquarters for directions to class. 10-11:30a.m. For more info, please call (830) 833-4333.
September 27, 2008
•Blanco State Park- National Public Lands Day: Join us as we celebrate the spirit of the Civilian Conservation Corps by preserving and beautifying one of the many parks they built. Exhibits of the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps will be on display along with info on how Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept works to preserve those and other cultural resources of Texas. As one of our Volunteer Days, participants will help park staff with work projects such as exotic species removal and wildflower seed planting. Accessible for the mobility impaired. 9a.m.-noon; entry fee waived for volunteers that register at Park Headquarters. For more info, please call 830-833-4333.
October 4, 2008
•38th Annual Ladies State Chili Championship of Texas: Lady cooks from all over the state compete for the title and show teams entertain the crowd. The men are invited to flex their muscles and strut their stuff in the 1st Annual Open Barbeque. Games, vendors, music and more! Admission is FREE. Proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Fun starts Saturday at 11a.m. with the Girly Man Beauty Pageant. Camp Ranger is located at 2778 Ranch Road 32, Blanco, just 3 miles east of 281. 10a-10p. Info: Susie Higgins 512-396-4456 or Laury McCullough 512-301-5254. Website: www.ladiesstate.org.
October 12, 2008
•Annual Turkey Dinner & Raffle at St. Ferdinand's Church: Main Street. Sunday, October 12th. Roasted turkey dinner with all the trimmings, beverage & dessert. Dine in or take-out, $8.00. Raffle prize drawing, too. Serving opens at 11:30a.m. 833-5227
October 25, 2008
•Marble Falls Ex-Students Homecoming: Saturday, October 25. Catered noon meal in high school cafeteria. Contact: 830-693-4006
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