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Paula Stiles, Jan Rudnicki and Kaylene Ray choose wines for the League of Women Voters of Hays County Annual Texas Wine and Beer Tasting. PHOTO COURTESY OF JAN LITTLE.

LWV to host annual Texas tasting

The Annual Texas Wine and Beer Tasting fundraiser by the League of Women Voters of Hays County will be Thursday, Jan. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Quail Creek Country Club.

For 29 years the League has held this event as the annual fundraiser. This year, the featured winery will be McPherson Cellars, a well-known and well-respected winery from Lubbock.

The Main street Program "Dream Team," From left to right are Sara Lee, Debbie Harvey, Linda Coker, Caleb Gasparek, Samantha Armbruster, Kelly Stone, Rachel Willis, Maggie Gillespie and Kayli Head. PHOTO COURTESY OF MAIN STREET PROGRAM.

Cottage Kitchen Luncheon

The city of San Marcos Main Street Program will host Cottage Kitchen on Friday, Jan. 13th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Charles S. Cock House Museum. The featured meal will be chicken and dumplings featuring the legendary Main Street biscuits served at Sights & Sounds since 1986. Homemade desserts and side salad will also be offered and served by the Main Street Advisory Board and volunteers.

 

Submitted by Cottage Kitchen

Live Music Listings for Jan. 12-15.

Thursday, Jan. 5

• Songswap with Bill Whitebeck, Marshall Anderson and Josh Dodds, 9 p.m., Cheatham Street Warehouse

• Brett Graham, 6 p.m., Gruene Hall

• Shady Rest Band, 8 p.m., Cypress Creek Cafe

Friday, Jan. 6

• Colin Colby and The Counterculture, 9 p.m., Cheatham Street Warehouse

• Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, 8 p.m., Gruene Hall

• Stray Dawg and The Wolves, 8:30 p.m., Cypress Creek Cafe

Saturday, Jan. 7

Ronnie Borden, Gigi Mederos and Garrie Borden visit together during the MugUp event at Rio Claro Studio. 

Christine Terrell and Stevie Black have a discussion about fine art photography. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS COURTESY OF DENISE CATHEY.

Christine Terrell and Margaret Adie laugh and visit together while drinking coffee. 

Rio Claro holds goodbye 'MugUp'

Laura Aebi- Features Editor

Rio Claro Studio, an art gallery nestled in between buildings downtown, recently held their final “MugUp” event at their current location. With stripped down walls and an empty gallery space, the “BareBones MugUp” event called coffee and art-lovers from all over Central Texas to celebrate community and creativity— but to also say goodbye to the venue they’ve grown to love. After a year in the space, Stevie Black and Gigi Mederos, who own Rio Claro together, look forward to expansion at their new location. 

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