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Dripping Springs Farmers Market

Wednesdays, 3-7 p.m., The Triangle (Hwy. 290 & RR 12), Dripping Springs

NEWS:
The Hill Country Senior Citizen's Thrift Store was recently visited by a City of Dripping Springs inspector after someone complained about donations "looking bad" in the parking lot. The community is donating labor to remedy the issue, but the Thrift Store needs donations to buy two shipping containers to store and receive donations, create a new donation receiving area and revamp the interior of the store. Click here to contribute to the Thrift Store's Go Fund Me page.

Dripping Springs Community Library "Warm Fuzzy Project"
Children are encouraged to remember the elderly during the month of December by bringing adult-sized warm clothing to the library and signing their name and age on a paper clothing ornament from the Children's Tree. The ornaments will be displayed in the windows by the courtyard and will become gift tags on the delivered donations. (Items suggested by Hill Country Care include scarves, gloves, soft caps, lap blankets, shawls or soft stuffed animals.)

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Breakfast With Santa, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., D.S. United Methodist Church, 28900 RR 12, benefiting Project Graduation 2015.

Drop off your Pre-K through 5th grader for $35 per child. Activities will include photos with Santa, caroling, crafts, story time, games, movie and snacks. Event will be staffed by DSHS teachers, DSHS seniors, local preschool teachers, and parents.

Click here for details.

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Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead Homespun Holiday, 12-3 p.m., 570 Founders Park Road.

Enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas celebration for the whole family. Festivities will include photos with Santa on a covered wagon, cookies and hot chocolate, Christmas book readings, pioneer ornament-making and a tour of the Pound House to see the Christmas decorations. Donation of $5 appreciated.

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Annual Holiday Cookie Festival, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Springs Family YMCA, 27216 RR 12.

This community event will feature a moon bounce, games, face-painting, crafts and lots more fun. Cookies and pictures with Santa will be available for purchase. Call Heather Powell at (512) 894-3309 for info.

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Texmas Carol: A One-Man Christmas Carol Show, 7-9 p.m., D.S. High School Auditorium, benefiting the School's Out, Food's In summer food program for Dripping Springs children.

Now in its 12th year of touring Texas,
Bah Humbug is Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol with a twist. This time the classic tale is "told round the campfire through the eyes a crusty old cowboy named Timbo, as he relates his westernized version of the miserly old coot (Scrooge) and his one-night, haunted hayride of redemption."

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Christmas Eve Candlelight Service & Live Nativity, 5:30-6:30 p.m., First Baptist Church Dripping Springs.

Through Jan. 1
25th Annual Johnson City Lights Spectacular

CONTACT INFO

Phone: 512.925.2997   

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