The Daughters of the Republic of Texas’ Dr. Wilhelm Keidel Chapter will meet at 3 p.m. Monday, March 9, at the Gillespie County Historical Society Sanctuary, 312 West San Antonio Street.
Newcomers were welcomed into the community in October through February by Fredericksburg Hospitality Hostess Jennifer Schandua.
St. Mary’s Catholic Church parish societies will continue to host its Lenten Fish Fry Dinners on Friday, March 6.
Just about the only people who don’t love Sunday brunch are chefs, who insist that being dragged back into their kitchens after a wild, long and late Saturday night is the worst idea that ever crossed anybody’s mind. Everybody else seems to love brunch a lot.
The Friends of Pioneer Library are seeking volunteers for its annual book sale fundraiser.
A benefit concert, silent auction and prize drawing was held at Western Edge on Main Street for the Golden Hub Meals On Wheels program on Sunday, Feb. 16.
I was reading a newspaper article from New York the other day about the thing I probably like least. There’s a hot hip new restaurant serving cheese made from cashews, steak tartare made from split peas colored with beet juice and even foie gras made from ground sesame seeds. This latest NYC hotspot is devoted to vegetables that look and taste like meat and dairy.
With a seemingly endless budget, Netflix continues to pour money into project after project with avid disregard for the bottom line.
Thanks to the Harper Chamber and Park Board for the Meet the Candidate event. Citizens listened to candidates from Gillespie, Kerr and Kimble counties.
Sometimes an idea is so elegant, it is discovered more than once.