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Page 6 The Free Press Bulletin Board June 26, 2003 Hays County!lllanchaca Area Bulletin Board FYI: Deadline for submitting information and pictures for this column is noon each Tuesday. You may use our E-mail address: to sub- mit information and pictures. Though we cannot guarantee we will be able to publish each sub- mission, you can be assured we'll try our very best. Please remember information must be for a non-profit event. July I Citizens for Unification of Kyle A meeting will be held for citi- zens wanting to give positive input to the Kyle City Council at the Katherine Anne Porter House meeting room, Monday, 7 p.m. The Porter House is located on Center Street For more informa- tion, call Carol Whisenant at 262-4297. June 26, 27, 28, & 29, 50th Annual Luling Watermelon Thump Downtown Luling - World Championship Seed Spitting Contest, Carnival, Big Entertainment, Children's Stage, Beer Garden, Food Booths, Crafts, Games, BIG PARADE, Rodeo, Contests. Luling is con- veniently located in Caldwell County along the San Marcos River at the crossroads of U.S. 90 and 183, Texas 80 and 86, just North of Interstate 10. June 26 Sewing Guild The American Sewing Guild has a Neighborhood Group that meets in Buda, in the Leisurewood Subdivision. The meetings are on the 4th thursday of each month. It is an organi- zation for people who feel that sharing the benefits and joys of sewing is almost as much fun as sewing itself. The Guild provides up-to-date sewing information and a friendly support system for sewers at all levels of experience. Join women that have the same interest by "Sewing Friends Together". For information and location Call: Andree Brunk 312- 5675. Don't be shy, You will be glad you came. June 26 Free Concert Join the group Spencer Thomas in Trouble from 7-9 p.m. at the Gazebo in Buda. Refreshments July 1 Get a Clue For kids 8 - 12 are welcome to attend this weeks Fine Arts work- shop from 3 - 4 p.m. at the Buda Public Library. Free and open to all, call ahead to sign up 295- 5899 or email budalibr@hot- or stop in for more information. July 3 Library Get a Clue This week's is a science work- shop is on gardening. A garden- ing expert will do a hands-on demonstration of plants. Free and open to all, call ahead to sign up 295-5899 or email budalibr@hot- or stop in for more information. July 4 Kyle Celebration Join your neighbors at Gregg- Clarke park starting at 6 p.m. for the annual Kyle Fireworks and Independence day celebration. Enjoy the food and craft booths while waiting for dark and the fireworks. July 4 Summerfest 2003 San Mareos Celebrate Independence Day with a bang from 10 a.m. to l 1 p.m. at Sewell Park on the comer of. Aquarena Springs Dr. and Sessom Dr. Festivities continue throughout the day with chil- dren's activities, a patriotic pro- gram, live music, food, vendor booths, a river parade and fire- works. Admission to all events is available for sale. i::7= i:' J,  " bsolutely free! Cohtact:San June 28  ,, Marcos Parks and Rc:at 393- BING() VFW Post 3377 12921 Lowden Lane, Manchaca 282-5664 BINGO Wednesday & Friday 7:00 p.m. Hall available for NO SMOKING your special events, in Bingo Hall Public Welcome -- TX Bingo Lic. #30006203472 ,. _Red, White and Buda It's that time again, for celebra- tion, food and fun. Saturday from 10 -10. Mark your calendars. If you want to volunteer, call Sandy Nielsen at 295-8000. June 28 Red, White & Buda Come to the festival in Buda starting at 10 a.m. and enjoy the day. Check the ads for complete information. July 1 Buda Library Jubilee The Library invites families to attend an Independence Day Jubilee featuring a puppet parade, music jam, face painting, and an apple pie contest. Feel free to bring a picnic dinner. Help judge the pies, free and open to the public from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Call ahead to sign up 295- 5899, stop by or email budali- 8400 for more mform'hon. July 4 & 5 Seguin Annual Freedom Fiesta There will be food, entertain- ment, street dances and carnival rides starting at 5 p.m. Friday. For more into contact Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce at 800-580-7322. July 6 Claiborne Kyle Log Home ' Open House this afternoon from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission. The massive log house, construct- ed in 1850 on a bluff high above the Blanco River in Hays County is a four-pen, linear dog-trot style home on its original location on County Road 136, southwest of Kyle, west of IH 35 at 2400 Old Stagecoach Road. Take the Kyle exit from IH 35. Go west through town on Center Street to the intersection with County Road 136 (Old Stagecoach Road). Turn left. Call (512) 268-9981 for more information. July 10 - Aug. 2 Goodbye Charlie The Gaslight Theater is presenta- tion this fun-for-the-family sum- mer comedy. Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. 204 N. Main St. Lockhart, for reservations 512/376-5653 or July 12 Scramble Fore Kids Sheriff Montague's benefit golf tournament will be at the Woodcreek golf course in Wimberley. Proceeds from the tournament go to scholarships for locai High School students. Call Jennifer Graham or Sheriff Montague to play or donate at 512/393-7808. July 22 Pesticide Applicators Licensing The Travis County Ext. office has announced they will conduct a Private Pesticide Applicator License school on Tuesday beginning at 8:30 a.m. Call 512/854-9600 for details and registration information. August 5 National Night Out This is the 20th annual National Night Out Against Crime, plan to join your neighbors this evening. Aug 22 -24 Dessert Theatre Friends of the Buda Library are proud to announce this year's Dessert Theatre production, The Man Who Came to Dinner. The play will be held at the Burdine Johnson Theatre at Hays High School. It is a delightful comedy that takes place in the year 1939 in a small town in Ohio in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley. Mark the dates on our calendar and come out and sup- port your local library and cast. Kyle Quilt Group meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Kyle Library. Anyone interested in quilting, from novices to advanced are invited. For infor- mation contact Melanie Atkins at 512/921-9297 or email at quilt- master208 Kyle Lions Club at various Kyle businesses is collecting eyeglasses to share with those who can't afford or have access to glasses around the world. The eyeglasses are cleaned, repaired and classified by prescription and distributed to those in need by Lion volunteers and other organizations in devel- oping nations. All types of eye- glasses and sunglasses, prescrip- tion, reading and non-prescrip- tion are acceptable. Fourth Tuesday of the month The Small Business Development Center will hold business counseling services at the Buda Library. They offer ses- sions in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations and New Venture Planning. Call the BACC at 295-9999. The sessions are private and last one hour. Every Friday Farmers Market On the Square in downtown Kyle from 3 p.m. until sellout. For information call 1-877- GROWTEX. Thursday evenings Jam Session No, not the kind you put on bis- cuits but Bluegrass, Gospel and Country music. From 7-8:30 p.m. at the Railroad BBQ in Kyle. Bring your instrument and join us whatever your skill or just come and listen. No pur- chase necessary. Contact Chuck Pace at 268-4041 if you have any questions. Thursdays Summer in the Park San Marcos Performing Arts Association is presenting its 17th year of live music performances. The performances will be held from 7:30 - 9 p.m. at the inter- section of Hopkins and CM Alien in Plaza Park. For more into call the Main Parks and Recreation Office at 512-393- 8400. Summer Fun 2003 San Marcos Parks and Recreation is holding summer camps for children ages 7-13 years old. This is a 9-week activ- ity filled day camp held at SMCISD campuses, Monday through Thursdays. Call 393- 8400 for details. Allegro School of Music 312-5995 905 N. Loop 4 Close to HEB DANCE HALL o- FRIDAY, JUNE 27 Tn Gin, COAST PLAYBOYS , Midnight SATURDAY, JUNE 28 NO DANCE Reservions Suggeed  Islm 39e-29o= t1 3 I Hill Country Driving Academy DRIVER TRAINING "Come Drive With Us" NOW ENROLLING FOR SUMMER CLASSES Enroll now by calling 512-289-0811 (cell) or e-mail Eddy Porter, Instructor Texas License #1769 Located in The Free Press building at 3470 Jack C. 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