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China Grove National Night Out

6-9 p.m. / 2456 F.M. 1516 S.

China Grove Fire & Rescue sponsors the family-friendly event to encourage residents to get to know their neighbors. China Grove's sixth annual National Night Out will feature food, fun, and music by Reality Entertainment. Space is still available for those wanting to operate or sponsor a booth.

For more information call 210-648-4772.
Contact Person: Margie Holisky
Elmendorf National Nite Out - FREE FOOD

6:00pm / Elmendorf City Park, Old Corpus Christi Road at 1st Street

FREE FOOD, DRINKS, LIVE MUSIC FOR EVERYONE AND FREE ACTIVITIES FOR THE KIDS! Join us for our National Night Out celebration hosted by the Elmendorf Police Department and the City of Elmendorf. Once again, this year we will have FREE food and drinks for everyone in attendance. This year, we have something a little different, instead of a DJ, we will have a LIVE BAND. Join us for a performance by Baad Newz, who will be playing a mixture of music for us concentrating on classic rock. Free goodies for the kids, a flyover by SAPD Eagle One, moon bounce and other activities. Every year this event has grown and we hope to accommodate more citizens than ever. Come out get to know your local law enforcement staff, enjoy some good fun and food. We look forward to seeing everyone there!

For more information call 210-635-8710 or .
Contact Person: Chief Marco Pena
Floresville Peanut Festival Goober Games

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM / Courthouse Square (Corner of C Street & 3rd Street)

Let's kick off the annual Floresville Peanut Festival week with Goober Games! Kids, come out and join us for games, food and FUN! Tickets are $0.25 each or you can purchase an all you can play wristband for $5.00. Come out and meet the 2015 Court of Christmas Magic! Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Goober Games Director Carolyn Palacios at 210-468-9179.

For more information call 210-468-9179 or visit
Contact Person: Carolyn Palacios
National Night Out - Union Valley Area

5:30 program; 6:30 event / 8221 Hwy 1681 at UVBC (6 mi NW of Nixon)

Union Valley Area's Fourth Annual National Night Out event starts at 5:30 pm with a short program. From 6:30 to 8:30, we'll have plenty of good food, good company, and time to visit with special guests including Wilson County officials, EMS and safety and law enforcement officers. For the kiddos, popcorn and a movie and other activities.

For more information call 281-414-2363 or .
Contact Person: Ginger Coleman
National Night Out 2015

evening / La Vernia

Celebrate National Night Out 2015 with the City of La Vernia, Texas! National Night Out will be held Tuesday, October 6, 2015.

For more information call 830-779-4541 or visit
Contact Person: La Vernia Police Department

3-6:30 pm; kitchen 2 pm / Geronimo VFW, 6808 N Hwy 123

The Gathering (Country Music Show/Dance) will be at Geronimo VFW, 6808 N Highway 123, Geronimo on Tuesday, October 6, from 7-10 PM. Featuring Carol Cochran, Priscilla Speed & Chuck Tschope, plus a professional house band. Great VFW kitchen at 5:30 PM. Adults $7--12 & under $3--512-757-7500

For more information call 830-303-9903 or .
Contact Person: Barbara Owen
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