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Thursday, December 6 at 6 pm: Nailed It Competition with Cakes and Crafts by Kass and Over the Top Cake Supplies Round Rock

Work in groups to assemble and decorate a gingerbread house-style cake. Our librarians and guest judge, cake artist Kass Jimenez, will decide who nailed it! Thanks to Over the Top Cake Supplies for providing supplies for this event.

First come, first served. The first 48 attendees will be allowed to compete. Groups will be split up into teams of 4.

18 and up only. Children will not be allowed to attend. Questions? Contact Bette at bettem@pflugervilletx.gov for more information.

 

Monday, December 17 at 12:30 pm: Senior Lunch and Learn with the Northwind Horse Farm

Join Kylie of the Northwind Horse Farm for an informative presentation about the farm's therapy horses. Enjoy some refreshments during the presentation, then get to pet some miniature horses!

This event is intended for those 55 and up, but anyone 18 and up is welcome to attend. (Children will not be allowed at this program.) Refreshments will be provided.

Questions? Email Bette at bettem@pflugervilletx.gov.


Saturday, February 9 from 2-4 pm: Romance Readers' Social

Join us for a fun afternoon with local romance authors. We'll enjoy crafts, refreshments, and book signings from 2-3 pm and finish off with a fun Q&A panel with our guest authors from 3-4 pm. Guest authors include Cheryl Etchison, Jolene Navarro, April Kihlstrom, Abigail Owen, and Catherine Avril Morris.

This program is for those 18 and up only.

Questions? Contact Bette at bettem@pflugervilletx.gov for more information.

 

Wednesday, February 20 at 1 pm: Senior Lunch and Learn with author Judith Austin Mills

Author Judith Austin Mills will share her research into Texas History that has informed and inspired her novels.

Austin earned her M.A. in English at the University of Texas with a concentration in Creative Writing.
Lately, the author’s fiction is set in early nineteenth-century Texas and Southern U.S. Her debut novel How Far Tomorrow (2011) and Those Bones at Goliad (fall, 2015) embrace less-known figures in the Texas Revolution and portray ordinary people transformed by that short war. A third novel in this setting percolates—featuring a Charleston prep-school youth who rushed to New Orleans to join the Georgia Battalion leaving for Texas, and the nearly forgotten revolution Tejano Juan Seguin.

This program is intended for those 55 and up, but anyone 18 and up may attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Questions? Contact Bette at bettem@pflugervilletx.gov for more information.

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