Saturday, December 11, 2022
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  Reading @ Marfa Book Co
Saturday, December 11th Lannan Reading : A reading by Lannan writer-in-residence Sigrid Nunez, Sigrid's latest novel, "Salvation City" is available for sale at the MBCo.

Photography Show @ Marfa Table
Photographer George Brainard will present works from his new series, Food Animals, at the Marfa Table, on Saturday the 11th, 4 - 7p. Brainard�s photographs look at the lives and the faces of the animals that supply our food. Although we eat everyday, too often we have no idea where our food actually comes from. With these photographs Brainard has taken his skills as a people photographer and applied them to everyday farm animals, creating beautiful black and white portraits. The images were made at three small family farms in Central Texas. George Brainard is a sixth generation Texan whose photographs have appeared in The New York Times, The Times of London and numerous international magazines and advertisements. A former working musician, Brainard has shot over fifty CD covers. He is based in Austin, Texas. Please join us!

Marfa & Presidio County Museum Open House
The Marfa & Presidio County Museum invites you to its annual Open House holiday celebration on Saturday, Dec 11 from 4-6pm. The museum is at 110 W San Antonio/Hwy 90 across from Marfa Montessori and Cochineal Restaurant. Light refreshments & wine!

FarmStand Marfa
FarmStand Marfa: Under the pavilion next to the railroad tracks on Highland Ave. Food, crafts, desserts, organic breads, fresh local produce, local honey, work by area artists and crafts people. 10AM.

Christmas Tree Hunt
December 4th and 11th- Annual Christmas Tree Hunt on the Nature Preserve. 9am to 4pm canned goods and or donations will be accepted for the Food Pantry of Jeff Davis County. Hikers are welcome to come out on either day as well and enjoy the preserve. For further information, e-mail Chris Pipes [email protected] call 432-426-2390. Participants must sign in at the McIvor Conservation Center.