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Dont Let Social Distancing Bring You Down!

We are happy to announce, Texas is starting to host local community events again

There are still interesting virtual ways to stay connected during these trying times!

Please Check Out the links below for NEW events, interesting stories, and inspiring

ideas how to stay social during social distancing!

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LIVE EVENTS

 

 ATX Food Truck Festival

Introducing a New Austin Food Festival - Austin Monthly Magazine

 
We would like to thank you all and apologize for the wait. We want to welcome everyone back to the food truck festivals!
 

 

 

 

 

The 31st Annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival

2021 Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival - The Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce  Festival Is Back, Baby! Mask up, vax up, and join us in person for the 31st  annual event - Food -

 
Sample hundreds of Central Texas' hottest salsas, dine on local foods, have a cold beverage, and enjoy live music!
 

 

 

 

 

Texas Food Fest in Beaumont, TX

Texas Food Fest | Beaumont, TX 77701

 

Enjoy food from over 30 different food vendors from Dallas, Houston, Austin, and other surrounding cities.

 

 

 

  

GOATSTOCK: Live Music Festival

GOATSTOCK: Cheese, Live Music and Wine Festival Tickets, Sat, Sep 11, 2021  at 12:00 PM | Eventbrite

 

Fredericksburg Cheese & Wine with Goats! Lot's of Goats!

September 11th Noon to 6PM

 

 

 

 

Cen-Tex 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb

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What to know about Texas constitutional amendment election on Nov. 2, 2021

 
 
Rodeo raffles, tightened judge eligibility and a prohibition on banning church services are some of the constitutional amendments for the Nov. 2, 2021 Texas election.
Rodeo raffles, tightened judge eligibility and a prohibition on banning church services are some of the constitutional amendments for the Nov. 2, 2021 Texas election. (KSAT/Mary Claire Patton)
 

Texas voters will decide on eight proposed constitutional amendments in a statewide election slated for Nov. 2.

The proposals, which were approved by at least two-thirds of the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate this past session, must be approved by a majority of voters before they are enshrined in the state constitution as law.

The constitutional amendments cover a range of topics, including taxes, judicial eligibility, religious freedom and development.

Here are the dates you need to know leading up to the election:

  • October 4: Last day to register to vote or change voter registration address.
  • October 22: Last day to receive absentee ballot requests for those voting by mail
  • October 18-October 29: Early voting
  • Nov. 2: Election Day

Public Notice - Proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments - The Community  News

 
 
 
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