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Library program events continue

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One Book One Community, Wilson County Reads continues on Tuesday, Feb. 26, with a historical lecture by Allen and Regina Kosub in the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Library, located at 1 Library Lane in Floresville. On Saturday, March 2, there will be hands-on activities for all in the library by the docents of the Institute of Texan Cultures.

On Sunday, March 3, there will be a celebration at the Veterans Memorial in front of Floresville City Hall. On Thursday, March 7, the Sons of the Republic have been invited to speak on how one gets to be a Son of the Republic and what it means.

The Teen Book Club of the Library will meet and discuss the book Gates of the Alamo. A book discussion will be held on Wednesday, March 6, in the Bluebonnet Restaurant in La Vernia at 6 p.m.

Later in March, we will have residents of Wilson County who are descendants of a defender of the Alamo or a descendant of the 300 families that Stephen F. Austin brought to Texas. Look up your family history and see when your family came to Texas.

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