November 28, 2008
•Blanco Lavender Lights: Traditional Courthouse Lighting and Open House Around the Square from 5 to 9pm day after Thanksgiving. Merchants stay open late and serve refreshments throughout the evening. Shoppers will be encouraged to participate in a “ visit all the shops” program and in exchange will receive a free gift from the Chamber and will qualify for other drawings. If you’d like to volunteer for the event, contact the Chamber at 833-5101.
December 4 and 5, 2008
•AARP Drivers Safety Program: Dec 4 & 5 from 12:30- 4:30pm. Location - CRRC, 1917 FM 2673, Sattler. Refresh your knowledge of current laws and driving skills. Auto insurance discount, confirm w/agent. Does not relieve traffic citations. All ages. Cost: $10 plus $2 donation to CRRC. Information/registration: 830-964-2324.
•Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon: Friday, December 5 at 11am. If you have assisted the Senior Center by delivering meals, please come join us! We will be serving barbecue and listening to Christmas music provided by the Blanco Orchestra. Call 830-833-5206 or 830-833-2716 and leave an RSVP message. We hope to see you there!
December 5 and 7, 2008
•Friends of the Wimberley Village Library Used Book Sale! Recent best sellers, paperbacks, non-fiction, and more. Plus collection of vintage LP’s. Free horse rides! Preview for members (may join then) on Dec 5, 5:30pm to 8pm. Open to the public on Dec 6 8:30am to 3pm. Sale indoors at Chapel in the Hills Hall north of town on RR 12. For info, call Library at 512-847-2188.
December 5 and 7, 2008
•Second Act Troupe Returns to Blanco: featuring Blanco actor Maggie Goodman in prominent roles the Second Act Troupe returns in live theatrical performance of “Deckchairs” Friday, December 5 at 7:30pm and Sunday, December 7 at 2:30pm at the Learning Center Theatre in the School District. Offices 814 11th Street. Tickets $12 at the Blanco Visitor Center 9am to 1pm Monday thru Friday, Dec 1 thru 5 or by calling (512) 618-3355.
December 6, 2008
•Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. has started an exciting new home rehabilitation volunteer program! You Can Save Wild Lives ...at Home! You can help care for orphaned wildlife babies by taking a few into your own home for approximately 5 to 6 weeks in the spring and summer. Opportunities are available to help care for squirrels, opossums, or birds. WRR staff will give you the training and specialized supplies you need to provide this valuable service. WRR will be hosting a Home Rehabilitation Information Session at the Thousand Oaks Branch of the Public Library on December 6th. Those interested can join WRR at 12:30pm to learn how they might become involved with this program. For more information, contact Krystal Mathis by phone at 830-336-2725, x303 or by email at email@example.com.
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