Posted By cdoelle on April 5, 2014
Monday, April 7th
The Buddha was born on April 8 in the sixth century BC, according to the Buddhist tradition in Japan. To celebrate his birth, the cooking demonstration on April 7th will feature as a main course Smoked Steak and Cashews served with steamed rice. This dish comes from the Buddha Gate Monastery in California. Come and enjoy the demonstration (with some interesting history thrown in) and then eat the results.
Posted By cdoelle on April 3, 2014
4 Ways to Get That Job Faster
Friday, April 4th
Noon – 1 PM
This is the first of two free programs presented by LaDonna Hansen to provide you with new insights that will help you plan your job search and increase your chance of getting both an interview and the job.
Corporate human resource and marketing professional LaDonna Hansen is the founder of Laditudes, a Hill Country resume and career services firm that offers job seekers affordable options for resume development, job campaign planning and career counseling.
Posted By cdoelle on April 2, 2014
The City of Wimberley is hosting their Third Annual “Concert in the Park Series” at the Blue Hole Regional Park every Friday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 in April. Sponsored by Dripping Springs Vodka and the City of Wimberley.
Bring blankets, picnic baskets and lawn chairs.
April 4th-The Rankin Twins, Texas Country Duo
April 11th-Cody Bryan Band, Country Rock
April 18th-Carrie Elkin, Texas Singer Songwriter
April 25th-Ryan Beaver, Country
Admission by donation.
Call (512) 660-9111 or visit http://www.cityofwimberley.com for more information.
Posted By cdoelle on March 24, 2014
March came in like a lion with road construction projects beginning on Hunter Road and on Ranch Road 12 in Hays County.
Improvements to Hunter Road (FM 2439) have begun with the addition of a center turn lane and shoulders between Centerpoint and Posey roads. Motorists will experience occasional, brief delays, but the road will be open for traffic. The project, with an expected Fall 2014 completion, is funded by Texas Department of Transportation Proposition 12 funds, which do not require a local match.
Surveying and initial construction activities will begin on Ranch Road 12 near Oakwood Loop at Summer Mountain Drive to near Rancho Encino Drive at Falconwood Drive. Motorists will experience some brief traffic delays, but the road will be open for traffic through its expected Summer 2014 completion. The improvements, which include adding a center turn lane and shoulders, are being funded with federal, TxDOT and County dollars.
“These projects are a continuation of the partnership between TxDOT and Hays County that has led to historic state highway improvements in our county over the past few years,” Precinct 3 Commissioner Will Conley said. Hays County Transportation Director Jerry Borcherding said that while both projects will involve removal of some trees that stand in the way of the improvements, “design professionals have identified those trees that must be removed and have tagged those that are to remain to ensure that the construction crews avoid those trees. Some trees will also have barriers placed in front of them to protect motorists as well as the trees.”
Posted By cdoelle on March 21, 2014
There are two sessions available and each one is unique.
Age 3 years through Kindergarten: “Summer Blast” with outdoor fun, arts, crafts, cooking and more.
For 1st-6th grade: “Dig Into Science” a hands-on science and technology camp featuring Not So Creepy Critters exploring the natural world in and out of the science lab, and utilizing the iPad as a creative learning tool.
The dates are June 2-6 and June 9-13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Visit the Summer Camp page of www.ststeveschool.org to register.
Posted By cdoelle on March 20, 2014
Saturday, March 22,
11AM – 3:30PM
Lions Market Day Pavilion
The Wimberley Library and the Friends of the Library have joined forces and will be wearing their aprons!
Stop by our booth and sample our Green Chili and our White Chili and pick up a free cookbook of your choice.
Posted By cdoelle on March 19, 2014
Amy Reynolds will demystify the hoopla around choosing a safe, effective and healthy sunscreen, tell you about the potential health risks in your every day skin care products, and empower you to make healthy choices for you and your family.
Friday, March 21, Noon – 1 PM
Wimberley Village Library
Posted By cdoelle on March 10, 2014
Make collaged eggs using beautiful paper scraps and then snuggle them into little paper baskets.
Wednesday, March 12, 6 PM