After a year hiatus, one of Kerrville’s more popular events is back and better than ever. The 10th Annual Kerrville Triathlon Festival will be held the weekend of Sept. 25-26, 2021.
Arts & Entertainment
Fulfilling the promise of bringing “eclectic, high-quality performances” to Kerrville audiences, Executive Director Jeffrey Brown kicks off the 2021-22 Cailloux Performance Series with the Bad Boys of Opera on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cailloux Theater, 910 Main, Kerrville.
The Mother’s Day Tea scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 18 has been cancelled. We will pick another month for it again, I promise. Due to the increase in COVID cases in Kerrville, we felt it best to hold off for a while.
My family puts more miles on our vehicles in September than any other month of the year - mostly related to football. While driving across the Texas Hill Country this past Saturday morning, the temperature was hovering around 70 degrees. A light breeze was blowing out of the northwest as I e…
According to Wikipedia, “Labor Day honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws, and well-being of the country.” Thank you to all of the Dietert Center staff for your dedication, support and love for our organization and th…
Have you had heated conversations recently about COVID-19, vaccines, or has someone snapped at you for the decision you made?
The big mess on the front of your car is known scientifically as Libytheana carinenta. Their common name is the American Snout-Nose Butterfly. At least that is what it was before you hit it with your car. Now it’s just a big heap of phlegm daubed all over your windshield.
I was reading an article from a magazine the other night that recognized the common cockroach as the species that will most likely survive the next world-wide catastrophic event.