B-Town Bulletin 6/6/16

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Recurring Events

Water Street Farmer’s Market
Water Street Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday year round from 8:00AM-1:00PM. We are located in the parking lot just north of the Gin Restaurant in downtown Belton and behind the downtown fire station. Everything is produced locally by each vendor. You’ll find crafts, jewelry, jellies, salsa, baked goods, eggs and dairy, produce (seasonal), handmade soap and lotions, coffee, jerky, candles… and more. Come out and visit us this Saturday.

Central Texas Lone Stars Square Dance Club
Dances monthly 1st and 3rd Thursdays at Gober Party House, 1516 W Ave H, Temple (Corner of 31st & Ave H).
Square Dance 7:45-9:30, plus workshop 7-7:45. Contact Louis Sehon 254-721-8483 www.centraltexaslonestars.com.

In the Mood Ballroom
Flashback Friday with Rockin’ Rick, June 17, 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm, cover is $10 per person. Ballroom Dance Night Sat. June 18, with all of the Great Big Band Sounds. Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, Duke Ellington, Perez Prado, Xavier Cugat, Benny Goodman, Harry James, Stan Kenton, Charlie Bennett, Red Nichols, and so many more……!! 7:00 – 11:00 $7per person…. Doors Open 6:30 Dance lesson included with your cover. Dance lesson 7:00 – 7:45 p.m. Call 254-773-7088 or 254-760-7320 for information.

Belton Senior Activity Center
A Health Fair, sponsored by Tex-Med Home Health, is Tuesday, June 21 from 12-2p.m.
Pot Luck Dinner is Monday, June 27 at 5:30 p.m. with Dr. Mike Middleton on accordion, and Clayton Capps on tuba.
Free blood pressure checks will be the fourth Wednesday of each month at 11 a.m.
Bell County Woodcarvers (beginners to advanced) will meet at the Center every Monday from 9-11:30 a.m. The class is for beginners to advanced and those interested are welcome as well as those who would just like to observe.
For more information, contact the Belton Senior Center at 254-939-1170.

Choral League of Central Texas
The Choral League of Central Texas invites all singers to join us Thursday evenings at 7 PM at First Presbyterian Church of Belton, 2500 Main Street. This is a non-auditioned chorus in our sixth semester together. The Choral League was formed for the preservation and performance of fine choral music.
The chorus is accompanied by Jessye Whitis and directed by George Allison Weaver.
CLCT is a community-based, non-auditioned chorus with members of all ages. Everyone is welcome to join us in singing and performing fine choral music. Call Mr. Weaver at 933-2025 with any questions.

Business Resource Center
The Central Texas Business Resource Center (BRC) in conjunction with the Belton Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) offers free business counseling the first Tuesday of every month from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the BEDC office, 2180 N. Main St., Belton.
The Central Texas Business Resource Center provides workshops to anyone interested in starting or growing a business. These workshops will be hosted at Workforce Solutions of Central Texas.
Appointments can be made by calling the BRC office at (254) 200-2001, or e-mail marcusc@workforcelink.com. Walk-ins are allowed.

Writer’s Guild
Bell County Writer’s Guild will meet 6:30-8:30 p.m., the first Thursday of the month at the Lena Armstrong Public Library, 301 E. First Ave., Belton. Open to the public. For more information, call 760-6194.

Community Book Group
The Community Book Group meets on Tuesdays between 2 and 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 2500 Church Street off Greenbriar. All are welcome to attend. The meetings are open, non-smoking, discussion meetings. Call Jane for more information at 254-563-3313.

Rotary After Work
Rotarians will meet at Harris Community Center in Belton at 6:00pm for a presentation by Robert Antis with Bell Air Conditioning on “Cost saving tips for your home’s HVAC system.” CNJ Catering food truck will have meals available starting at 5:30pm.

Fort Hood Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) meets for lunch and a program at 11:30 a.m. each third Monday of the month. Please RSVP and nonmembers call 254-699-3969.

AA Meeting
An open AA Meeting will be held on Wednesdays from 7 to 8 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 2500 Church Street, Belton.

Bee Keepers
Bell-Coryell Bee Keepers Association will meet the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM. Trinity Worship Center, 1802 ML King Jr. Drive in Copperas Cove.

The regular club meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 21th at 7 am at the Belton Taqueria located at 261 Sparta Road near the Belton Walmart.

Bell County Genealogical Society
Susan Chandler, director of the SPJST Museum, will present the at the Bell County Genealogical Society meeting June 21, 2016, at the Temple Public Library.
Ms. Chandler will speak on the Czech contributions to Bell County and the research opportunities at the museum.
The Bell County Genealogical Society’s meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the McLane Room, 3rd floor, Temple Public Library, 100 West Adams Avenue, Temple TX.
Meetings are open to the public. Anyone interested in Genealogy, Family History, & Local History Research is welcome to attend.

Temple Elks Lodge 138
Public is invited to come out to the Temple Elks Lodge, 2613 Airport Road, 6:30pm, every 2nd Wednesday is Fish Fry for $9; 4th Wednesday is Chicken Fried Steak $10. Enjoy fellowship at the Lodge or get it to go.

Back-to-School Immunizations
Metroplex Wellness department reminds parents that ensuring children have received their necessary vaccinations is not only important, it’s the law.
The Metroplex Wellness department hosts free monthly immunization clinics in conjunction with Texas Vaccines for Children. The clinics are held at the Greater Killeen Free Clinic, are first come, first served and are based on financial need. Those who have CHIP, Medicaid, no insurance or are underinsured, qualify for free immunizations. Parents are asked to bring their child’s shot record or letter from the school nurse.
All immunization clinics are held at the Greater Killeen Free Clinic unless otherwise specified.
For more information about the free monthly immunization clinics provided by the Metroplex Wellness department, please call 254-519-8202.

Upcoming Events

Belton Market Days
Market Days in downtown Belton, TX. June 18, 2016 from 8:00am to 2:00pm
All kinds of vendors – selling all kinds of wonderful things – line the streets of downtown Belton
For more information – 254-939-5699

Early Bird GeekFest Tickets on Sale Now
Advance tickets for GeekFest 2016 are now available. GeekFest – a celebration of all things geek – gaming programs and tournaments, anime, costume contests, science fiction, technology and fantasy – will be held August 12-14 on the campus of Central Texas College (CTC) in the Mayborn Science Theater and Anderson Campus Center. Early bird passes are on sale now through June 30. A limited number of VIP passes are available for $40 (save $10) and a three-day pass is $15 (save $5). Tickets are available online at www.starsatnight.org/geekfest. Proceeds benefit the CTC Foundation scholarship program.

CAC Classes
The Cultural Activities Center, located at 3011 North Third Street in Temple, offers classes and programs for all ages throughout the year. Visit http://www.cacARTS.org or call 254-773-9926 for more information on upcoming events and to register.

Fine Arts
Bell Fine Arts is a group of men and women who meet on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm. Membership is $30 for the year. We welcome anyone interested in learning or sharing more about art with other artists. We meet at 306 East 5th St. in Belton. For more information call Marilyn at 744-8160 or come visit any Wednesday.
October 14th and 15th local renowned artist, Martha Dickson-Allen, will be teaching two intermediate watercolor classes at “Bell Fine Arts”. Classes are limited, $75 for members and $105 for non members per class. Come by to sign up on Wednesdays.
Martha explores international themes through her transparent watercolors. She has spent the last 30 years as an ethnographer documenting through her paintings the life ways of the indigenous people of Latin America.
When she married in 2014 her focus shifted to the (Berber) people of North Africa.

Registration Open for
Ongoing Classes at the CAC
Sign up, for classes at the Cultural Activities Center. Registration is required and can be made online at cacarts.org or by calling 254-773-9926.
Gentle vinyasa yoga with Wolf Moon Yoga, taught by Sarah Harris, meets on Mondays from 5:15-6:30pm. This gentle style of yoga is perfect for all levels, beginner and up. Cost is $45/month or $12 for drop-ins.
Art for Relaxation classes taught by Angela Mowery are also held at the CAC on first Mondays, 11am-1pm, and on first Thursdays, 6-8pm. Led by a certified art instructor with a background in art therapy, Angela Mowery helps veterans and others relax while creating art. Cost for each class is $5 to cover supplies. For a complete schedule and to register, visit www.cacarts.org/painting.
Tot Spot for ages 2-5 will continue on the third Monday of each month at 10-11am. Cost is $3 for members and $5 for non-members, and includes fun crafts, a tour of the galleries, and story time.
The Cultural Activities Center, located at 3011 North Third Street in Temple, offers classes, camps, concerts, and more throughout the year. For more information on classes or to register, visit www.cacarts.org or call 254-773-9926.

Canada Day Celebration
Canadians, Ex-pat Canadians, dual-citizen Canadians, Canadiens, and Canadian wannabes…… are invited to The Gin at Nolan Creek on Friday, July 1st, 6 to 9pm, to celebrate Canada Day. The Celebration is hosted by Post 1298, Scottish American MilitarySociety. Wear your Maple Leaf or Provincial tartans. Flags are welcome. Hors d’ouvres and Canadian beer provided. Swap “Le Sang du Caribou” (or as we know it – Moose Milk) recipes. The thought here is to have a Christmas Festival and also discuss the forming a “Central Texas Canadian Club”. Do we have any Canadian pipers? For more information, please call George Shott at (254) 231-8254 or email at gshott@vvm.com.

Travel Club
Central Texas Travel Club is open to anyone who enjoys travel. There are no membership requirements or dues. The group is planning a tour to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji in June. Reservations for Niagara Falls in June plus other trips are still being taken. The meeting is open to everyone and there are no membership dues or requirements. For more information on the club, or upcoming trips contact centraltexastravelclub@outlook.com or 254-760-3350. The Central Texas Travel Club is excited to announce a tour to Cuba January 8-14, 2017 departing from Austin. We invite anyone interested to contact us at centraltexastravelclub@outlook.com or 254 760-3350. You do not have to be a member of the club to join us on this exciting trip.

Bell County Cowboy Cowgirl Hall of Fame
The Bell County Cowboy Cowgirl Hall of Fame invites the public to the Annual Ring of Honor Induction Ceremony on June 25. The $10 Bar-B-Que lunch will begin at 11 a.m. A live auctio will follow. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the general operations and the BCCCHOF award donated to Bell County high school seniors through the Bell County Youth Fair.
After the auction, the inductees will be honored. The inductees include Skeeter Ralston, Ronnie Tipton, Joe Avery, Dave Phillips, John Smithhart, Marty Roberts, Troy Ashford and J.W. Smith. To doante an auction item contact Julie Oglesby at 254-493-0717 or Jim Howell at 254-770-7736.

Ghost Wagon Tour
The Ghost Wagon Tour™ of Belton and the Ghost Wagon Tour™ of Temple are two of the most unique and interesting haunted ghost tours in Central Texas.
The Ghost Wagon is a custom built rolling paranormal experience on wheels that leads participants on a 90 minute walking tour through historic downtown areas.
Ghost Wagon Tour™ participants have the opportunity to hear and see possible spirit anomalies on a radar screen as the wagon moves along, as well as have a “hands on” experience with actual ghost hunting equipment on the wagon.
The Ghost Wagon Tour™ of Belton is 1 mile long, over mostly flat sidewalks with several stops along the way. Make sure and wear comfortable walking shoes, and be sure to bring your camera to snap plenty of photos.
Start Time: The Ghost Wagon Tour™ starts at 9:00 PM on specified nights – Check the website for scheduled Tours, ghostwagontours.com for more info.
Meet in the parking lot on the corner of Central and Penelope in downtown Belton no later than 8:30 PM in order to purchase your $20 tickets. Tickets must be purchased in cash at the tour, but can be purchased online in advance with a credit card.
Private Group Tours: Private tours for groups of 15 or more can be arranged. Contact us by Email: info@GhostWagonTours.com for details.
Directions to the tour starting point at the corner of Central Ave. and Penelope: From Interstate 35 take the Central Ave. exit in Belton. When you get on Central, head West toward the downtown courthouse. The parking lot where we meet is on your left, at the corner of Central and Penelope Street. You will see the lamp light lit on the Ghost Wagon in the parking lot.

Vendors Wanted
Glamorous Women’s Beauty Expo Rocks has an expo coming up Saturday, October 15th 10am-4pm at the Bell County Expo Center in Belton.
Vendors wanted, exhibitor booths include: 10’x10’ booth space, 8’ table, two chairs, and electricity access. For questions or vendors that are interested in a booth, email glamorouswomensexporocks@gmail.com. Vendors can register at https://squareup.com/store.glamorouswomenbeautyrocks.

CAC Summer Camps
Registration for summer camps and classes is now open at the Cultural Activities Center. This summer brings the 22nd Summer Arts Camp, Camp Art Extreme, musical performance camps, art for preschoolers, clay for all ages, art journaling, beginner sewing, LEGO camps, Missoula Children’s Theater—the list goes on with fun for all ages!
The 22nd annual Summer Arts Camp returns in June for ages 5-12. Campers “Take Flight” and tap into creativity with clay, paint, drawing, theater, costume design, movement, and more! Camp II for ages 8-12 is June 20-24, and is 9am-2:30pm for $125 per week. Boxed lunches can be purchased for $25.
Discover what makes YOU unique by creating an art journal in Painting with Words with Cynthia Linzy. Red words, blue words, noisy words, quiet words – learn how to choose the right words to turn the pictures inside your head into art, stories, poems & plays. Class is held June 20-24 from 3-4pm for ages 8-12. Cost is $35/week.
Camp ART EXTREME takes art to the extreme with fun, messy art projects both indoors and out. Taught by Central Texas Art League member Lana Blackman, this camp is held July 11-15 and 18-22 from 12:30-4:30pm for ages 5-10. Cost is $85 each week, or campers can sign up for both for the reduced rate of $160. Campers should bring a snack and a T-shirt is included, but campers should wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable clothes.
Camp AAMP’D (Academy of Arts, Music, Performance and Dance) returns this summer led by professional songwriter Jamelle Zamar. Learn the ins and outs of the music biz and enjoy breakout sessions for piano, voice, hip hop, graphic design, songwriting and more! Campers will hear from professional actors and performers, and Jamelle will bring a special guest on Friday. Camp is July 11-15 from 12-4:30pm, and the final performance is on Friday, July 15 at 7pm. Cost is $65 for ages 8-18.
Children ages 5-12 can let their imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO at two weeks of themed LEGO camps. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level and use special pieces to create their own unique design. Campers will build X-wings, R-2 Units and Pod Racers in Jedi Engineering using LEGO on June 6-10. In the second week, campers create a moving Minecart, a portal to Nether, and more in Mine, Craft, Build Using LEGO on July 18-22. In both weeks, Ages 5-7 meet from 9am-12pm, and ages 8-12 meet from 1-4pm. All camps are $169/week, and registration is made through Play-Well at www.play-well.org.
Musical Performance Camp of Children’s Letters to God is co-directed by Dr. Sara Harris Baker and Krista Eshbaugh and provides budding superstars with training in acting, singing and dancing. With a combined five degrees in music and 35 years of teaching, the directors will lead students in a full-scale musical performance of Children’s Letters to God. Camp is July 18-22 with younger students rehearsing in the morning, 9am-noon, and older students rehearsing all day, 9am-4pm. Cost is $65 for ages 5-9 and $80 for ages 10-14. The final performance is held on Friday, July 22 at 6pm.
Beginner Sewing with Betty Reichert will cover the basics of sewing by hand from an experienced seamstress who has a degree in Elementary Education. Kids’ beginner sewing for ages 8-15 is on June 27-July 1 from 1-2:30pm. Adult beginner sewing is held the same week at 10-11:30am for ages 16 and up. Both classes are $60/week.
Missoula Children’s Theater is back again with an open audition for “Blackbeard the Pirate” on Monday, Aug 8 at 10am for children in grades 1st-12th. If cast, tuition is $65 for the week of August 8-12, and each cast member will receive their own schedule of rehearsals from 10am-noon and 12:30-2:30pm. The final performances will be on Saturday, August 13, at 3pm and 5:30pm.
Pre-K Art and August Art with Betsi Chamlee will explore paints, pencils, pastels and occasionally play singing games. Pre-K Art for ages 3-6 is June 27-July 1 at 9:30-10:45am or 11am-12:15pm. A second week of Pre-K Art is offered on August 8-12 at the same times. Elementary Art will also be held on August 8-12 for ages 6-10 in the afternoon at 12:30-1:45pm or 1:45-3pm. All classes are $90/each for the week.
Clay Classes with Marilyn Ritchie and Larry Matthews will be returning this summer, and students of all ages can express their creativity while learning clay techniques. Marilyn teaches kids summer clay for ages 6-10 on Mondays, June 27-August 1 at 9-10:30am or 10:30am-noon. Ages 10-13 is on Mondays, June 27-August 1 at 1:30-3pm, and all kids’ clay is $82 for the course. Clay classes for adults are led by Larry Matthews and held on Tuesdays, June 17-Aug. 2 at 6-9pm or Fridays, July 1-Aug. 5 at 9am-noon. The course for adults is $110 and includes clay.
The Cultural Activities Center, located at 3011 North Third Street in Temple, TX, offers many classes throughout the year. Ongoing classes throughout the year include Art for Relaxation, Ballroom Dance, and Beginning Yoga. For more information or to register, visit www.cacarts.org or call 254-773-9926.

Theater Auditions
The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, the Grinch and the Whos in Whoville are some of the Dr. Seuss characters taking the stage this summer at Temple Civic Theatre. The director will be Sara Harris Baker, director of choral activities at Temple College, who has directed several previous theatre productions. Choreographer will be JoAnna Langthorn, dance teacher at Temple College who appeared in the Broadway production of “A Chorus Line.” Performance dates are July 8-10, 14-17, 22-23. This fun family musical is sponsored by CEFCO. Temple Civic Theatre is located at 2413 S. 13th St., behind the Summit Recreation Center. More information is on the theatre website, www.TempleCivicTheatre.org.

Bridge for Youth
The Cultural Activities Center is enrolling for Bridge classes for youth. Children are encouraged to sign up and learn as there are many health benefits from learning and playing the game. Pre-registration is required so the teachers have the numbers in advance of the class start date.
Over the past few years professionals in education and child development have researched the role of games—especially chess and bridge—in promoting cognitive and other problem-solving skills for young people. While chess may be the traditional game of choice, many see bridge as offering similar mental benefits but with a social component.
Mary Adams, a longtime Temple educator, remembered by many students in the Temple area, sees many connections between bridge and the inductive reasoning required in advanced math, science, reading, and other problem-solving activities. She says, “For the last few years, I taught school every morning and played bridge several afternoons a week. I found that the same cognitive abilities I was encouraging in the classroom were required of me at the bridge table!” “ If children learn games such as bridge, at an early age, they will benefit greatly from it later on in life, and the best part is they are learning while having fun playing cards.” remarks Jane Boone, CAC marketing director.
The role that bridge can play in the development of mental acuity in young people has found supporters in the business arena: In addition to being two of the most successful entrepreneurs in America, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are avid bridge players who see the relationship between the two endeavors. They pledged $1 million in 2005 to promote bridge in schools.
The CAC summer bridge camp will be staffed by Jan Hart, Mary Adams, and other members of American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) Unit 233. In the past these bridge camps have been taught by David Pennington and Adams during the lunch hour when they were both teaching at Temple High School and at Temple High School in the summer by Adams, Melody Euler, and other members of Unit 233. “The CAC is excited that members from the CAC bridge games, that meet every Monday and Wednesday at the Cultural Activities Center are giving of their time and talents to benefit the youth,” adds Jane Boone.

18th Annual Hot Summer Sounds Free Concert Series
The 2016 Scott & White Health Plan Hot Summer Sounds free concert series kicked off on Friday, June 10th in Miller Park (1919 North 1st Street). Concerts will be held every Friday evening through July 22nd, from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Each concert will feature a different musical act, from different genres, each week throughout the concert series.
“This summer, we want everyone to bring their family and friends to Miller Park every Friday night to enjoy some great live music. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets and we will provide the entertainment,” said Holly Leiferman, Special Events Coordinator for Temple Parks & Recreation.
The weekly event is open to the public and free to attend. For more information about the 2016 Hot Summer Sounds FREE Concert Series, please visit www.templeparks.com or call Holly Leiferman at 254.298.5440.

Golfers Wanted for CIS Annual Golf Tourney
Communities In Schools (CIS) of Greater Central Texas will hold its 18th annual Ken Morgan Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 18. The four-person scramble will be played at Sammons Golf Course in Temple. Registration is at 7 a.m. and the shotgun start is at 8 a.m. The cost is $75 per golfer or $300 per team. The entry fee includes breakfast, lunch, snacks, a goodie bag, team photo and practice balls.
Prizes will be awarded to the first, fifth, 11th and last place teams and the best-dressed team. Prizes will also be given for the top two closest to the pin and the longest drive. Golfers can also purchase mulligans for $5 and have the chance to win prize drawings.
To enter or learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact Christine Elias of CIS at 254-554-2132 or email christine.elias@cis-tx.org.
CIS is a non-profit organization dedicated to impacting the lives of young children in a positive way, helping them achieve the success they often find unattainable. CIS provides assistance to help young people stay in school, improve academically, improve attendance, improve behavior and graduate. It serves the Belton, Cameron, Copperas Cove, Florence, Killeen, Salado and Temple school districts in Bell, Coryell, Williamson and Milam counties.

Book Signing
The public is invited for a book signing by Dr. Richard Cashion, as he presents his book on June 24th from 6-8 p.m. and June 25 from 3-5 p.m. Fun, food, beverage and cozy class at the most phenomenal bookshop in the universe….Fletcher’s, 945 Main St in Salado!

FREE-dom Breakfast
Join the Central Texas Children’s Center before the 4th of July Parade for a free pancake breakfast at First United Methodist Church Belton Fmily Center, 205 E 3rd Ave in Belton. Breakfast will be served 5 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Schoepf’s BBQ
Kyle Park will be playing at Schoepf’s BBQ on June 23 in Belton. Call 939-1151 for more information.

Rod Chopperz Car Cruise
Rod Hop Cruise around the Courthouse Square in Downtown Belton on Friday, June, starting at 7 p.m. Cruise the drag, park and show. All rides welcome! Sponsored by Rod Chopperz Car Cruise. For more information contact Billy Martone 254-624-1495.

21st Annual Juneteenth Fesitival
Begininning, June 17, 9 pm to June 19 at 12p.m. at Fergueson Park in Temple.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/Al-Edwards-JuneTeenth-Association-Temple-Chapter.

Dog Daze of Salado
The Salado Chamber of Commerce would like to invite pet owners, their pets, and anyone else who loves animals for a doggone fun day at the 5th annual Dog Daze of Summer Festival. This year’s event will take place at the Salado Winery; June 18, 2016 from 10am to 3pm. Admission is free for all. Bring your furry friends and enjoy an array of animal themed vendors, music from a live jazz band, food and treats for you and your pets, as well as several contests. A pet costume contest, best trick contest, biggest dog contest, and smallest dog contest will take place for a chance to win prizes. There will also be a raffle every hour (must be present to win), that includes a round of golf for four. Raffle tickets are only $5!
The Salado Chamber is thrilled to have a chance to give a portion of the proceeds to the Operation K9. Sponsorships and vendor spaces are still available, please contact Erin at the Salado Chamber of Commerce at 254-947-5040, eklingemann@saladotx.gov or visit www.salado.com.
Bring all of your family and friends, furry or not, to a great day of fun in our community!

Artisit Reception
Join us for gallery talks and at the artists’ reception for the new exhibits at the CAC.
“From the Same Cloth” in Saulsbury Gallery
Fiber Art and Photography by Pauline and Mitchel Barrett

“Nature’s Imagination” in McCreary Gallery Oil Paintings by Stephanie Chambers
Light snacks and wine will be served. Friday, June 17, 2016 at 6-7pm.
Sign up for workshops by the artists: Hand Dyeing/Shibori – Pauline Barrett July 9, 9am-1pm, $100, Ages 16+
Expressive Pastels – Stephanie Chambers
July 21, 6-9pm, $60, Ages 12+
Register for workshops at cacarts.org or call 254-773-9926.
Also on display is 6x6x2016 in Howard Gallery. Exhibits on display June 11 – Aug. 12 Gallery Hours: M-F, 8am-4:30pm Sat., 9am-2pm or by appointment.
Email visualarts@cacarts.org for more info.

Trivia Night
Join us for Trivia Night Saturday, June 18th from 6-9PM! Three games will be played, with a bottle of wine as the prize for the winning team of each game! Sign up your team of 3-5 people on line or in store: www.dancingbeewine.comwine/trivia-night/ 254-983-2899.

Father’s Day Special
Calling all Dads!!!

Get a complimentary Full Service upgrade with the purchase of any wash this Father’s Day!
Full Service includes:
– Exterior wipedown + door jams
– Interior window cleaning
– Quick interior vacuum
– Hand applied tire shine
Pull into our detail center after your wash to redeem your complimentary service (Dad’s only please). Full Service available at all Express Wash + Detail locations:http://www.thecarwashbarn.com/locations/.

Book Signing
Dr. Richard Cashion will be at Caliber Oak, 5235 Royal Street in Salado on June 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. and on June 25 from 3 to 5 p.m.
For more imformation call 254-718-0680.