Lagniappe: Nov. 24, 2016

EmilyAnn Trail of Lights

Enjoy more than 100 lighted exhibits created by Wimberley businesses and organizations at this annual trail Nov. 26-Dec. 29. Roast a marshmallow at the Yule Log, listen to live music and meet Santa. Get details at emilyann.org

Lisa Avery at Wimberly library

The public is invited to join local author Lisa Avery at the Wimberley Village Library, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m., as she reads from her book of poetry, “Beautifully Naked. At Last,” which explores her powerful journey shifting fear to freedom. Her accessible yet challenging and hopeful words convey, through her journey, that all things are possible. Books will be available for sell and signing following the reading.

Christmas on Mercer

This annual event will feature an old-fashioned holiday celebration on Mercer Street from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 3 with live music and entertainment, arts and crafts booths, kids games and activities, a trackless train and pony rides, photos with Santa Claus and more.  The annual Lighting of the Tree will be held at the Triangle at 6:15 p.m. Christmas carolers representing local churches and schools will serenade with heart-warming, traditional Christmas Carols at the tree lighting ceremony.

Nar Anon Family Group

Dripping Springs Nar Anon Family Group will meet beginning Dec. 6, at the DS United Methodist Church on Ranch Road 12 in the annex building behind the church every Tuesday from 6-7 p.m.  All newcomers are welcome.

Sights and Sounds

Enjoy four full evenings of holiday festivities at San Marcos Plaza Park Nov. 30-Dec. 3. Highlights include carnival rides, arts and crafts, pictures with Santa, local school performances and a food court.

About Author

Comment on this Article

Leave A Reply