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2nd Annual Dive Bar Car ShowDevil's Backbone Tavern4041 FM 32
Bring your vintage car -- must be 1978 or older -- to Devil's Backbone Tavern, the oldest dive bar in Texas.Event includes music and food.Pre-registration required.Categories include:Best-in-Show (interior, exterior,
Bring your vintage car — must be 1978 or older — to Devil’s Backbone Tavern, the oldest dive bar in Texas.
Kick off the fall/winter astronomy season with Observe the Moon Night.Local astronomers also will identify planets and "other celestial treats."All ages are welcome.Sponsored by Erick Erickson and Comal County Friends
Kick off the fall/winter astronomy season with Observe the Moon Night.
Local astronomers also will identify planets and “other celestial treats.”
All ages are welcome.
Sponsored by Erick Erickson and Comal County Friends of the Night Sky.
Benefits Canine Classmates, a group that pairs students considered 'at-risk' with trained literacy-intervention reading dogs to improve literacy, comprehension, confidence, and self-esteem.Bring the family and learn more.$25 admission includes one
Benefits Canine Classmates, a group that pairs students considered ‘at-risk’ with trained literacy-intervention reading dogs to improve literacy, comprehension, confidence, and self-esteem.
Bring the family and learn more.
$25 admission includes one drink tickets. Kids are free. Featuring dog show, build contest, live music, face-painting and photo booth.
For more information visit canineclassmates.org/raisethewoof.
The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country hosts a Trick-or-Treat & Pumpkin Carving Halloween extravaganza for Canyon Lake kids.The museum features over 350 dinosaur footprints and multiple trackways under
The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country hosts a Trick-or-Treat & Pumpkin Carving Halloween extravaganza for Canyon Lake kids.
The museum features over 350 dinosaur footprints and multiple trackways under a covered pavilion that provides protection from erosion.
Includes trick-or-treating, costume contests, food/beer/wine, games/inflatables, DJ and dancing.Dogs are allowed on-leash. Bring a canned good item to support the New Braunfels Food Bank.Presented by HillCountryConferences.com.
Includes trick-or-treating, costume contests, food/beer/wine, games/inflatables, DJ and dancing.
Dogs are allowed on-leash. Bring a canned good item to support the New Braunfels Food Bank.
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