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The Hill Country Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas invites the community to attend the “Native Plants and Native Birds: A Relationship Worth Nurturing” program later this month. (photo by www.creativeoutlet.com)

‘Native Plants and Native Birds’ program scheduled for July 25 in Wimberley

LORI STEINDORF

Features Editor

The Hill Country Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas invites the community to attend the “Native Plants and Native Birds: A Relationship Worth Nurturing” program later this month.

Presenting the engaging program are Patsy and Tom Inglet of the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center, Bexar Audubon Society and Audubon Texas.

The Inglets will focus on how native plants and birds have developed together over time and have a strong reciprocal relationship. 

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Friends and family created this art poster in support of Michael Lochman and Jonas Jones who were severely injured on July 4 after being hit by a truck. A July 22 benefit is planned to assist the two men with their medical expenses.

 

July 22 benefit slated for 2 men struck by truck

An all ages benefit show for Michael Lochman and Jonas Jones is planned for Friday, July 22 from 4 p.m. to close at the Stonewall Warehouse.

Lochman, 36, of San Marcos, and Jones, 31, of Buda, sustained serious injuries after being hit by a truck following a July 4 party on MLK Drive.

The benefit with proceeds going toward their medical expenses will feature raffle and silent auction items, food plates and a free photo booth. 

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The incomparable country music star Garth Brooks, noted for his explosive performances, is returning to San Antonio next weekend for four shows. He will be accompanied by his wife, Trisha Yearwood, for the stop on his hotly anticipated world tour. Brooks has the distinction as the number one-selling solo artist in United States history.

 

Garth Brooks on tour: Tickets going fast for 4 San Antonio performances

LORI STEINDORF

Features Editor

Leaping out of retirement for his well-publicized and hotly anticipated world tour, celebrated country music artist Garth Brooks next weekend will make his first appearance in San Antonio in 18 years. 

Music to die-hard fans’ ears, the electrifying shows with Brooks accompanied by his wife, Trisha Yearwood, are planned for Friday, July 22 at 7 p.m., Saturday, July 23 at 7 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the River City’s AT&T Center, located at 1 AT&T Center Parkway.

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Dahlia Woods Gallery

 

San Marcos author Victoria Bynum is discussing her book, “The Free State of Jones,” tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. at Dahlia Woods Gallery, located at 232 North LBJ Drive. She will also sign copies of the books for those in attendance. Bynum is a former Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History at Texas State University. Her book is the basis for the movie adaptation of the same title.

 

‘The Free State of Jones’ book talk, signing tonight

Dahlia Woods Gallery & Bad Boy Books, located at 232 North LBJ Drive, is presenting an evening with local author Victoria Bynum discussing her book, “The Free State of Jones.” The book talk and signing will occur tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. at Dahlia Woods Gallery.

Bynum’s “The Free State of Jones” is the basis for the current Hollywood blockbuster movie adaptation of the same title, starring Michael McConaughey, Gugu Mbath-Raw and Keri Russell, now playing in theaters nationally.

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Midnight River Choir includes Eric Middleton, lead vocalist and guitarist, Justin Nelson, guitarist and harmony vocalist, Bob Driver III, bass player and harmony vocalist, and Mitchell Pyeatt, drummer and harmony vocalist. They are performing tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the San Marcos Plaza Park as part of the Summer in the Park Concert Series.

Midnight River Choir performs tonight in San Marcos Plaza Park

LORI STEINDORF

Features Editor

In the last decade, prominent band Midnight River Choir has steadily grasped success and garnered a sterling reputation.

Tireless in touring, Midnight River Choir routinely succumbs to bouts of wanderlust they quench by performing in small, medium and big venues dotting the nation’s landscape.

No strangers to the Texas music scene, they are famous for performing soothing, meaningful music, and have sealed their unique identity in the music realm.

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