Wednesday, October 27, 2022
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  Tree 101 Seminar
Tree 101 Seminar Wednesday, October 27, 2022 there will be a �Tree 101" program for local residents and landscapers. The program will be held at Kokernot Lodge in Alpine with registration beginning at 8:00 AM and the program beginning at 8:30. This program is being presented by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service offices in Brewster-Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties in cooperation with the Texas Forest Service and the Chihuahuan Desert Gardens. Speakers will include Oscar Mestas-Urban Forester, Texas Forest Service, and, John White-Curator Chihuahuan Desert Gardens, U.T.E.P. Subjects covered will include: Planting Ornamental Trees, Selecting Shade & Landscape Trees, Fruit & Nut Tree Selection, Pruning Fruit Trees and Pruning Landscape Trees. The program is free to participants with lunch on your own. All programs conducted by Texas AgriLife Extension Service serve people of all ages regardless of sex, religion, color, handicap or national origin. If you need special accommodations contact Logan Boswell at 837-6207 or 249-0265 by October 22.

TEXAS TOAST MARFA OCTOBER 2010 Join us for our next Marfa/Big Bend Culinary Road Trip, October 27-31. Texas Toast will feed you all the good grub to be had in the badlands. You�re guaranteed an endless supply of spectacular desert and mountains in the Trans-Pecos, good times with fellow food lovers, and a chance to explore art and much more in the towns that make the Big Bend Region one of Texas� most special assets. And naturally, we�ll be enjoying edibles exceeding anything in your wildest dreams. Here�s the lowdown. � When: Wednesday evening, October 27 until Sunday morning, October 31. � Where: Overnights in Marfa, with side trips to Fort Davis, Marathon, Alpine and Big Bend National Park � Getting there: Transport to Marfa is on your own. If you don�t want to drive to Marfa, fly to Midland-Odessa or to El Paso and rent a car for the three-hour drive. � Staying: Options include (all area codes 432) El Cosmico (729-1950, www.elcosmico.com); Hotel Paisano (729-3669, www.hotelpaisano.com); Thunderbird (729-1984, www.thunderbirdmarfa.com); and Riata Inn (729-3800; www.riatainn.com). There are plenty of guest houses found at www.marfacc.com. � Eating: It�s 4-plus days of gustatory pleasures! Among indulgences will be a cocktail party with chef Lou Lambert�s appetizers at El Cosmico; dinners at Marfa�s primo restaurants, including Blue Javelina, Cochineal and Maiya�s; brunch at Austin Street Caf�; a cooking class with Lou at El Cosmico; a picnic at Cathedral Mountain Vineyards; a Gage Hotel picnic with wine in Big Bend National Park; and a Lambert�s/El Cosmico dinner under the stars you�ll never forget. $695 � Sign up today at www.texastoastculinarytours.com/road_trips.html Note: Vegetarians and special diet requests can always be accommodated on Texas Toast�s events, and guests who are abstaining may always inquire about the fee for participating in Feeding Frenzy events, sans alcohol. June Naylor, 817-239-1634 or Cynthia Wahl, 817-228-5220

Craft Night @ Wild Woolies
CRAFT NIGHT 7 PM Wednesdays @ Wool & Hoop and Wild Woolies Bring your favorite dish and a project to work on. Fabric, felt, wool, thread and notions for sale. BYOB. See you there! Corner Stores 203 East San Antonio, Marfa woolandhoop.com � wild-woolies.com