Community kite day at Kyle Flea Market
Let’s go fly a kite, up to the highest height, when the Kyle Flea Market’s 80 vendors host their second annual Kite Flying Day. Come fly your kite and enjoy a day of community fun including free face painting and free hot dogs for the first 300 people. Event takes place starting at 11 a.m. March 23 at the Kyle Flea Market, 1119 N. Old Hwy 81.
Mighty Texas Dog Walk
Get your pooch’s tail a waggin’ at the 15th annual “Mighty Texas Dog Walk” and give yourself a good reason to get out and walk. Participating pooches will enjoy the latest in dog food samples, advice from top veterinarians, games of canine skill and even a doggie psychic. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit Texas Hearing and Service Dogs, celebrating 25 years of transforming shelter dogs into assistants for disabled individuals at no charge. Event takes place from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. March 23 at Auditorium Shores on the banks of Lady Bird Johnson (Town) Lake. Registration required; visit www.servicedogs.org.
Buda Farmer’s Market
The Buda Farmers Market will begin again every Saturday beginning March 23. Live music opening day from 10 a.m.-noon. Local vendors will set up under the live oak tree, across from Garcia’s on Main Street and will open from 9 a.m.-noon.
Free screening of “101 Ranch” documentary at Kyle Library
Two strong Texas women and one 11,000 acre cattle ranch are the focus of the Hays County Historical Commission’s newest documentary film, The 101 Ranch: The Story of the Kuykendall Family. The film is the fifth in a continuing series of documentaries about Hays County and the people who made its history. The 101 Ranch will be distributed to local libraries and schools in Hays County to further the HCHC’s educational program. The documentary relates how the Kuykendall ranch became known as the “101 Ranch Hilton” because of its many visitors throughout the years. The public is invited to attend a free screening of the film at 6:30 p.m. March 26 at the Kyle Public Library.