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Food, Movement & Mood

10:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m. / Humana Guidance Center 803 Castroville Rd., Ste. 300

The Humana Guidance Center will host a free healthy lifestyle presentation titled Food, Movement & Mood. The presentation, hosted by Shaina Singh from LifeSynch, explores the connection between a healthy diet, exercise and a balanced lifestyle. Small dietary changes can result in significant effects on overall health and mood, in both the short and long term. For more information about this and other events, call (210) 424-6086.

For more information call 210-424-6086 or visit www.humana.com/guidancecenter.
Contact Person: Ross McLerran
Master Gardener's Lunch & Learn

Noon / AgriLife Building 210 East Live Oak Street

The Guadalupe County Master Gardeners will host their March Lunch & Learning Program on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at noon. Just bring your own lunch (optional). There is no cost. Master Gardener Peggy Jones will talk about “How to Use Companion Planting in the Landscape.” Peggy will talk about “by taking advantage of the natural friendships between plants you can in turn attract butterflies, hummingbirds and beneficial insects.” The Lunch and Learn program will meet at the Texas AgriLife Extension Office, 210 East Live Oak, Seguin from Noon to 1:00 pm. For further information contact Treva Hicks at 830-303-4712.

For more information call 830-303-4712.
Contact Person: Triva Hicks
Benefit for Darian Isaiah Ibarra

11-? / Floresville City Park

We will be having a chicken and sausage plate sale from 11am-2pm. We will also be having a bake sale, raffling items, and selling T-shirts! At 2pm the registration for a washer tournament will start. We will be having music so come out and have some fun for a great cause! Darian is 4 years old and was diagnosed with Pre-B Acute Lymophoblastic Leukemia on October 15th, 2014. The family would like some help with medical expense and to also help raise awareness!

For more information call 210-410-6724 or or visit www.facebook.com/darianstrong10.
Contact Person: Raquel Garza
Farmers Market at the Cibolo

8:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m. / The Herff at the Cibolo, 33 Herff Rd, Boerne, TX 78006

Shop fresh local produce, farm fresh eggs, breads, jams, jellies, local honey and Texas Hill Country arts & crafts at the Herff Farm at the Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne. Enjoy free live music, gardening classes, cooking demonstrations and children’s craft activities, too. This popular Texas Hill Country outdoors farmers market will be open to the public every Saturday through December.

For more information call 830-249-4616 or or visit www.cibolo.org/calendar.
Contact Person: Cindy Glass
Good News Lutheran Church Sausage Supper

11:00 AM to 7:00 PM / 11020 Corpus Christi Rd at Hwy 181

Sausage Supper,Adults $8 Children under 12 $6 Take out and drive thru 11AM to 7PM Family style 4PM to 7PM. Garage sale and spaces to rent for $10, call Holly for a space. 210-317-0296 50 cent barrel train rides and free moon bounce.

For more information call 210-317-0296 or .
Contact Person: Holly
Mesquite Hall monthly dance

9pm to 1am / Mesquite Hall 11663 Ford Rd

open to public dance live band "Jim Byrom Band"adults $7 children 12 under free doors open 8pm band at 9pm

For more information call 210-649-3813 or or visit www.mesquitetraildrivers.com.
Contact Person: Mark Dickson
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Like father, like son. Labs Milo and Maddux find their favorite backyard spot to catch a few afternoon zzz’s. Milo and Maddux belong to the Cassias family of Floresville.
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