Arts & Culture

San Marcos Art League Seeks Young Artists To Participate In ‘Art Scared’ Project

Elementary – High School-aged children are invited to paint a section of a designated window on Saturday, Oct. 24, with…

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Spending More Time At Home? Discover The Park In Your Backyard!

The world is alive with small wonders all around us—on the ground, in the water, and in the sky. If…

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Governor Abbott Welcomes Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Back To Texas

"Texas is committed to working alongside our communities to ensure they have the tools needed to spur tourism and grow…

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Tomorrow Is National Chocolate Milkshake Day! Enjoy!

Simple, sweet, and delectable, chocolate milkshakes aren’t just one of the best treats of all time, they’re also a reminder…

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Ever Heard Of National Telephone Tuesday? Neither Did We Until Now!

Picture coming into the office after a long weekend, and you look at your phone only to find that your…

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September Is Bioblitz Month For Pollinators In San Marcos

“This bioblitz presents a fun, interactive, educational opportunity and can be totally virtual which we think is really relevant right…

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18th Annual Black And Latino Playwrights Celebration Goes Virtual

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the BLPC will be held entirely online. Organized by the Department of Theatre and Dance...

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Have You Ever Had A Root Beer Float? You Would Definitely Remember It If You Have!

Have you ever had a Root Beer Float? You would definitely remember it if you have! One of the most…

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Happy National Cheesecake Day!

The popularity of the New York Cheesecake increased so much that different cities came up with their own versions, for…

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Buda Public Library Receives Grant To Enhance Library’s Response To COVID-19

On March 12, Buda Public Library staff were preparing to host a Family Science Night when word came that the…

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