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Enjoying the Storms of Life

Life is full of storms and sunshine.
It was storming and Jesus was sound asleep in the boat while his friends the Disciples were frantically fighting to keep the boat from sinking in the storm.  
Faith is sleeping well during the storm.
Faith is knowing your friends are manning the boat and the sails so you can sleep during the storm.


The Mid-Texas Symphony warms up during their last concert.

Mid-Texas Symphony receives grant

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced that the Mid-Texas Symphony is one of 919 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant.
The Mid-Texas Symphony is slated to receive $10,000 in support of its programming for the Nancy Zhou concert on Sunday, May 3, at 4 p.m., Jackson Auditorium in Seguin.
The funds are also to support the Mid-Texas Symphony’s educational programming and community outreach into area schools.

Driftwood festival next weekend

The fifth annual Rolling Oaks Music festival will be on Saturday, May 9, noon – 11 p.m.. The festival will showcase the talents of local musicians and barbecue chefs to raise funds for the maintenance and operation of the Rolling Oaks Club.
The event will be held at the clubhouse, 950 Lonesome Trail, in Driftwood in the Rolling Oaks subdivision, seven miles east of Wimberley on FM 3237.
Food will be served from noon to 8 p.m., and tickets are available at the door or in advance.

‘Bootiful’ celebration in Wimberley next weekend

Wimberley’s public sculpture program known as “Bootiful Wimberley” is kicking off a celebration for the last eighteen boots to hit the streets.
Once the large fiberglass boots are installed, visitors will be able to see all 50 of the artistically painted and embellished boots.
When the first set of 32 boots were previewed to the public, more than 700 people came out to see them. Since then, thousands of visitors have wandered the streets of Wimberley visiting the boots and taking photographs.

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