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Answers to go with Susan Smith: One-ways in San Marcos

By SUSAN SMITH

Daily Record Columnist

 

Each week hundreds of people call or visit the San Marcos Public Library to find information.  “Answers•To•Go” highlights recently received questions. Please visit the library at 625 East Hopkins, call 393-8200 for information over the phone, or e-mail us through our web-page at www.sanmarcostx.gov/library.

Q: The City Council is discussing converting LBJ and Guadalupe Streets from one-way to two-way again. When did those streets become one-way?


Summer got you bored? Don’t fret! There’s plenty of musical fun at the library! Dutch and Baker Miller get to talk to Marvelous Miss Molly after her kids’ concert. Stay tuned for the Molly Hayes concert for adults on Saturday, September 12 , at the San Marcos Public Library. (Photo courtesy SMPL)

Marvelous Miss Molly. (Photo courtesy SMPL)

Not just another Tuesday night at the San Marcos Public Library – Joshua Lowe (seen on the Double Bass) directed a ‘Silly Symphony’ for local children. Seen here on the violin: Izzy Deleon, Veronica Molina, Luis Gonzalez-Aponte, Kim Morales, Joshua Arrietta, Macrina Anitei, Teodora Anitei. On the viola: Xavier Garcia and James Ximenez. On the cello: Rachel Garner and Jonathan Lindauer. Bravo! (Photo courtesy SMPL)

Not just another Tuesday night at the San Marcos Public Library – Joshua Lowe (seen on the Double Bass) directed a ‘Silly Symphony’ for local children. Seen here on the violin: Izzy Deleon, Veronica Molina, Luis Gonzalez-Aponte, Kim Morales, Joshua Arrietta, Macrina Anitei, Teodora Anitei. On the viola: Xavier Garcia and James Ximenez. On the cello: Rachel Garner and Jonathan Lindauer. Bravo! (Photo courtesy SMPL)

Besides being purely enjoyable, music is important for children’s language and literacy development. At Junior Musicians, music teacher Joshua Lowe of Hernandez Elementary led children to sing, laugh, clap, and play while exploring melody and rhythm. The San Marcos Public Library provides an ongoing calendar of music events for children and adults alike. (Photo courtesy SMPL)

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