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Dripping Springs Farmers Market

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

Dripping Springs 1st Thursday: "Downtown Dripping Springs Like You've Never Seen It Before"

NEWS:
The Hill Country Senior Citizen's Thrift Store was 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.

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Oak Hill Parkway Project Stakeholder Meeting, 6-8 p.m., Walnut Springs Elementary School Gym, 300 Sportsplex Drive.
The City of Dripping Springs has invited the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (Mobility Authority) to share information with D.S. residents about the Oak Hill Parkway project. Attendees are invited to come and go at their own convenience. No formal presentation is planned. Representatives from TxDOT and the Mobility Authority, as well as technical team members, will be on hand to answer questions and provide information.

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Suits & Boots Community Awards Celebration, 6 p.m., Dripping Springs Ranch Park, 1042 Event Center Drive.
Networking Hour music will be provided by Hill Country Ramblers. This annual awards gala sponsored by the D.S. Chamber of Commerce will feature a cash bar, appetizers, dinner and award ceremony recognizing the "best of Dripping Springs." After-party at Mercer Street Dance Hall (Dance Hall entry included in ticket price). Click here to purchase tickets.

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D.S. United Methodist Church Annual Wild Game Dinner, 6 p.m., DSHS Cafeteria.
The 26th annual dinner will feature an all-you-can-eat wild game feast that includes sides and desserts, as well as a Grand Prize Raffle and auction. Proceeds support charities and missions in Hays County, Central Texas, and worldwide. Click here to purchase tickets.

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XTERRA Pedernales 10K & 25K Trail Run, 8 a.m., Pedernales Falls State Park.

The Pure Austin Fitness XTERRA Pedernales Trail Run winds through miles of single track featuring Hill Country views, small alcoves and hidden canyons. Click here for info. Pre-race meeting at 7:45 a.m.

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Texas Night Sky Festival, Dripping Springs Ranch Park
Hosted by International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) Texas, the City of Dripping Springs, and the Hays County Chapter of Texas Master Naturalist, this festival intended to increase appreciation of the night sky will feature citizen science activities, speakers and exhibits, examples of good lighting for homes or businesses, school projects and competition entries focused on protecting the night sky. Participants can feast at food trucks, take home a book or work of art inspired by the night sky, earn a related scouting badge, or explore the stars.

Vendors and exhibitors will be sharing displays and demonstrations related to the night sky, things inspired by the night sky, or how to protect the night sky. For more info, call (512) 858-4725, or click here.

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29th Annual Founders Day Festival

The celebration of Dripping Springs' founding in 1850 kicks off with the Grand Parade and includes free music and entertainment on two stages, the Mighty Thomas Carnival, food, beer, street dances, cook-off competitions, over 150 arts and crafts booths and business vendors.

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