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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press a July 17, 2013 + + Classes, meetings, clubs, events and senior activities can be found at This link will also allow nonprofit organizations to submit an event for inclusion in our calendars. Rogers at the Central Enjoy an evening of music and racing. Racing begins at 5 p.m. Kids 12 and under are free. Downtown Sidewalk Sale Visit the unique shops and restaurants in Historic Downtown San Marcos on the third Saturday of the month. Look for specials at participating shops and eateries. Takes place July 20 at the San Marcos Downtown Square. Old Gruene Market Days Nearly 100 vendors offer uniquely crafted items and packaged Texas foods. Free admission and parking. Event runs from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 20 and July 21 in Historic Gruene. Denta Services Foodstock and Salsa Come out to Feedstock and help the Hays Cotmty Food Bank. Enjoy live music beginning at 1 p.m. on the courthouse lawn in San Marcos. Lineup includes lackW'flson, Kabomba and Brownout. Hay salsa makers - submit a quart of homemade salsa to be judged. The $10 entry fee benefits the foodbank. The Salsa Showdown runs 1-4 p.m. Feedstock and the Salsa Showdown take place beginning at 1 p.m. July 27 at the San Marcos Downtown Square. Christmas in July at the library The San Marcos Public Library puppeteers present The Night Before Christmas in Texas, a favorite holiday story celebrating our "Christmas in July" week of summer reading program events. Library puppet shows are just right for children ages two and up. The popular library puppeteers will perform the first show at 7 p.m. on July 23 and three more at 10 and 11 a.m. and then again at 1 p.m. on July 24. Other "Christmas in July" events are Snowfall Storytimes for preschoolers at 10:15 and 11:00 a.m on July 23 and on at 11 a.m. on July 25 at the San Marcos Public Library. Ask Chris Continued from pg. 1C MANDEVILLA This vine, in the periwinkle family, can develop spectacular flowers in the heat of summer. Full sun is what they like best. One garden- ing manual I came across said 110 de- grees and full sun is O.K. Mandevilla is available in white, yellow, pink, and red. One of the largest flower variet- ies is called Alice Dupont, a pink form. Man- devilla is native to Central and South America. The genus was named after Henry Mandeville (1773-1861), a British diplomat and gardener. Don't Get old Out!! www.texascinema.con ALLAMANDA used around swimming pools to add a splash of color. It can be found in white, purple, yel- low, pink, and orange. This bush needs protection in the winter. It can be eas- ily grown as a pot or tub plant and brought in when the temperature drops. For those who like to collect unusual houseplants, look for desert rose (Adenium obesum) and Madagascar palm (Pachypo- dium lameri). These unusual and exotic houseplants, both within the dogwort family, are easy to grow and make for showy conver- sation pieces. Happy gardening everyone! Also known as buttercup flower, this is a If you have a gardening question, send native of Central America. This shiny green- it to me via email: leafed shrub will grow to three feet and adds (Please put 'Ask Chris Winslow' in the subject a tropical look to the landscape. Often it is line.) Buda Bits Continued from pg. 1C Birthday wishes go out to Tracy (Raymond) Adams on July 16; Cathy Crossland on July 17; Dr. Bob Rose- brock, Vince Gonzales and Dan LaFleur on July 19; Renee Cullen, Linda Stavlo and Ann-Marie (Pecuch) Sheeley on July 20; Judy Myers on July 21; four-year- old Maggie Koehn and Mike Owens on July 22; Debbie (Clark) Lyons on July 24. ee Looking for a place to take your paper recycling? If so, there is a container just south of Buda City Hall on Main Street across the street from Garcia's. 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