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Page 4C Hays Free Press September 16, 2015 Robert Rodriguez at Texas State Film director Robert Rodriguez will deliver the LBJ Distinguished Lecture at Evans Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Sept. 16. This event is free and open to the public. In addition to directing, Rodriguez is a screen- writer, producer, cinematographer, editor and musician. Rodriguez has written, produced, directed and edited a series of successful films, including Desperado, The Faculty, From Dusk Till Dawn, the Spy Kids franchise, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Frank Miller's Sin City, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3D, Grindhouse, Machete and Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For. Third Thursday Country & Western Dance On Sept. 17, join the Onion Creek Senior Center for the Third Thursday Country & Western Dance with live music by John Hanson. The kitchen will be open from 5:30 - 8 p.m. Dance from 6 - 9 p.m. Cost is $6 per person. The event is open to the public. Mayor Adkins Recognition and On Friday, Sept. 18 from 4:30-7 p.m., Down South Railhouse in Kyle will be hosting a benefit to recog- nize and raise funds for former Kyle Mayor James "Bubba" Adkins. Music will be provided by the Solid Senders featuring Kyle's Spencer Thomas. This event is free to attend but donations are welcome and will go towards an expensive treatment for metastasized prostate cancer, which Mayor Adkins has been fight- ing for more than a year. Thanks to Sean Claes, Down South Railhouse and Spencer Thomas and the reSt of the Solid Senders for helping make this event possible. St. Anthony's Enjoy lots of food, fun, games, and musical entertainment at the annual St. Anthony's Fiesta in Kyle. The event will be from 6 p.m. to midnight on Friday, Sept. 18 and 3 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, Sept. 19. The public is invited. Free parking Saturday till 5 p.m. Visit for more information. The Lehman High School Project Graduation team is hosting a com- munity garage sale 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 19 to raise funds for Project Graduation, a safe and alcohol- free grad night event. There will be jewelry, home decor, baked goods, Sports equipment and more for sale. Visit the Lehman Project Graduation 2016 Facebook page for more information. Fajita Fiesta The Buda Area Chamber of Com- merce will host the 2nd Annual Fajita Fiesta in Buda at City Park Sept. 25 and 26. Fajita Fiesta attracts people and competitive cookers from across the great State of Texas. Fajita Fiesta is a family friendly event with free ad- mission, free parking and free con- certs. There will be food booths, vendors, games, a jalapeno eating contest, mariachi groups, arts, crafts and so much more. 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However Loving Mountain City needs to know you plan to participate. The instructions on Facebook say, "(Facebook) Message us and let us know if you are bringing salsa or ice cream." Read the mailed letter for more options. $20 vendor and business booths are available. This is the only fundraiser for the organization. Once again, there will be games and crafts for kids as well as face painting. Island Texas will play. And, there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for purchase. 1-800-460-0606 www,Asbestos Law.corn What's the most unusual or unique animal you've seen at your bird bath? Recently, Jay and Betty Puckett watched a coyote drink from their backyard birdbath. She has a photo as proof. Betty and Jay recently cruised to Cozumel and Progresso with 12 family members. Ron found a lovely yellow and purple moth on our heat pump. More than one who saw it on my iPhone said, "It looks like a fall leaf." It's a male Imperial Moth, Eacles imperialis. These moths can vary greatly in size and in patterns of coloration. But, the males are smaller and have larger purple patches. Too, the antenna of the male is fibrous. According to Wikipedia, "the female's rear end is slightly bigger." As a pupated adult, this moth cannot eat. Male and female focus all their attention on mating. Nice find, RonTom. Thanks! Lesser goldfinch are easy to find at our place. They've been on our thistle feeders for two months now. I count 9 or 10 even as I finish the last thread of this Montage. lee I count on receiving tidbits about what's going on in and around Mountain City. ptom5678@gmail. com or 512-268-5678. Thanks! Love, Pauline F.XPERIENCE COUNTS Lawyers with more than l OO years combined expeFdse. may occur 30 to 50 years after ex- Ryan A. Krebs, M.D., J.D. posure to asbestos. Many work- Doctor-Lawyer in Full-time Practice ers were exposed from the 1940s RichardA. Dodd, LC through the 1970s. 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