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t: Hays Free Press April 12,2017 COMMUNITY Page 5C + [ Mutt Strutt Mutt Strutt is a one- mile walk followed by a festive day of fun for dogs and humans. All funds raised will benefit the adoptable animals at the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter. Events include dog races, pet contests, food and prizes. All dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. The event will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at San Marcos Plaza Park April 15, Earth Day at Kyle Library Join Tito the Tortoise for Earth Day on at 12:30 p.m. April 22 and be a part of the conservation conversation. Come meet the Green Team at the Kyle Public Library. There will be pizza, drinks, fun, and information for all ages at this free event. Old Settler's Music Festival This annual festival at Camp Ben McCullough in Driftwood offers bluegrass, folk and Americana acts performing on four stages over four days, along with camping in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Past performers include Sam Bush, Richard Thompson, Bruce Homsby, The Mavericks, Alison Krauss and Michael Franti, and favorite locals such as Patty Griffin and Ray Wylie Hubbard. This year's festival will be held April 20-23. See for more information. Founders Day Head to downtown Dripping Springs April 21-23 for the 30th annual celebration of the founding of the Dripping Springs community. The celebration kicks off with the Grand Parade, and includes free music and entertainment on two stages, the Mighty Thomas Carnival, food, beer, street dances, cook- off competitions, over 150 arts and crafts booths and business vendors. See cityofdrippingsprings. com for more information. Butterfly Festival Celebrate Earth Day at this free festival at the EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens in Wimbefley, which includes a live release of butterflies throughout the day, a flag rais- ing ceremony, a commemorative Air Force flyover, butterfly art, games and more on April 22. See for more. Wiener Dog The wiens are back! Come out to Buda City Park April 29 and 30 to see the fastest pups around at one of Central Texas' biggest wiener dog festivals. This year's theme is "Wienertopia." Watch pups from all over put their best paws forward in the wiener dog races, enjoy local vendors and snacks and listen to live music at this annual event. Other events include pet parades, martial arts demonstrations, a spelling bee, cook- offs and much more. See for a schedule or to register your racer. Iis(ln s, please check our website or call showline! $5 Tuesday Frenzy 2016 edition available at / current issue / special editions archives DISTRIBUTED MAY 24 IN THE Apply Today-- 512-833-3300 1 1-800-580-3300 Federally insured by NCUA The 1.95% APR is our best rate available when applying on[ine for an RBFCU Auto Loan up to a 66-month term to purchase a new or used vehicle, or refinance an existing auto loan from another financia[institution based on your credit rating and other factors. Auto loans are subject to credit approval and rates are subject to change. Some restrictions may apply. Contact our Consumer Lending Center for more details, +: ' ii ir il