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The Low Vision Resource Group Meeting will be held on Thursday Dec. 3. A box lunch will be served starting at 1 p.m. Doors will open at noon at the American Legion Hall, 724 S. Washington St. in Fredericksburg. You must sign up in advance for a box lunch. You can call Rita at (830) 997-2029 …

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International gospel music star Sandi Patty will kick off the Christmas holiday season this weekend with two socially distanced performances in The Cailloux Theater. The special events continue in December with symphonic music and a stage adaption of a literary classic.

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Ultimate Gift of Life Executive Director Kristy Vandenberg is once again combining her love for the holidays with her passion for raising awareness about the importance of organ donation to create “Trees of Hope,” a fundraiser for her nonprofit.

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The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to invite the community to participate in our Scarecrow and Skeletons Showdown, Halloween Decorating Contest. Whether it’s in your yard or at your business, we would love to see what kind of spooky and fun Halloween decorations our com…

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Kerrville's Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts is looking ahead to welcoming visitors again for the Holiday season. At least three events are planned in the center's two theaters between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Art2Heart’s fundraiser “Magic in Motown” that was scheduled last week as an in-person show/event was cancelled for 2020, and the fundraising project has been changed to a virtual event on the organization’s website.

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Art2Heart’s fundraiser “Magic in Motown” that was scheduled last week as an in-person show/event was cancelled for 2020, and the fundraising project has been changed to a virtual event on the organization’s website.

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Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie is leading a new six-week session of “The Gathering – Bringing God into everyday life,” which began Thursday, Oct. 8, at the Kroc Center; and the public is invited to register and attend the free Thursday meetings.

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The Public Works Solid Waste Division is reminding city residents that Republic Services has begun collecting bulky items. Please be aware that collection crews will only pass through a street once.

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The blood supply in South Texas has reached critically low levels, declining to around half of what is needed to adequately serve patients throughout the region. That is why Prime Metal Buildings & Components has teamed up with the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center to host a Kerrvill…

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Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie will be leading a new six-week session of “The Gathering – Bringing God into everyday life” starting Thursday, Oct. 8, at the Kroc Center; and the public is invited to register and attend the free Thursday meetings.

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Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie will be leading a new six-week session of “The Gathering – Bringing God into everyday life” starting Thursday, Oct. 8 at the Kroc Center. The public is invited to register and attend the free Thursday meetings.

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Schreiner University’s Logan Library is hosting an exhibit of comic books and graphic novels, “Diversifying Comics & Graphic Novels,” featuring the American comic book and animation writer, Dwayne McDuffie.

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Schreiner University’s Mountaineer Literary Society and Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society invite you to a Virtual Poetry Reading by Sally Hannay, Schreiner University professor of English, from her recently published book “They Aren’t Your Ducks” (Wipf and Stock Publishers).

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Habitat for Humanity, Kerr County, presents the “13th Annual Charity Golf Tournament 2020” on Sept. 28 at Riverhill Country Club, a one-day tournament with six levels of sponsorships, to benefit Habitat Kerr County’s home-building and ownership goals.

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The Hill Country Watchmen have announced they will hold a community event for a “National/ Global Day of Prayer and Repentance” on Saturday, Sept. 26.