The La Vernia Education Foundation reminds the community to save the date for Night in Ol’ La Vernia set for Saturday, May 14, in the La Vernia City Park. Gates will open at 5 p.m.
The family... More ›
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park invites the public to attend “Chance” ensemble’s “John Muir: University of the Wilderness,” with performances at each of the park’s historic churches... More ›
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the Wilson County Aggie Moms will host a Kendra Scott Jewelry Trunk Show on Thursday, May 5, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at Paisley’s on the Plaza, located at 101 Dilworth Plaza in Poth.
Attendees can enjoy refreshments... More ›
All City Youth Programs will present its fourth annual Mother’s Day Dinner Theatre event on Sunday, May 8, featuring the LV Shoestring Stage Productions’ comedy, “Heir to a Misfortune.”
The event will begin at 1 p.m. in the Floresville Event... More ›
The students in La Vernia High School’s Theatre Arts Department will present their last show of the season, “The Comedy/Variety Show,” Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m. in the La Vernia High School... More ›
We’ve all heard the expression “money doesn’t grow on trees.” Well, maybe it doesn’t, but plan to attend the May 5 Floresville Opry, and you may just be the lucky winner of, you guessed it,... More ›
Don’t miss the chance to buy a sweet treat for that special woman in your life at the Resurrection United Methodist Church Women’s annual Mother’s Day Bake Sale Saturday, May 7.
Choose from a variety of baked goods from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pruski’s... More ›
Drop by the Floresville Event Center on Sunday, May 1, from 1-4 p.m., and you’ll be in for an auditory feast of German choral music!
Participants can enjoy the culmination of the 70th annual... More ›
The Floresville Musical Club held its April 12 meeting in the First Methodist Church at 4:30 p.m. President Lydia Martinez called the ladies together and asked First Vice President... More ›
Q: I realize that you have written in the past about Nancy Drew books. When I was a young girl, I became addicted to the Judy Bolton series and have the first five published during the early 1930s, namely “The Vanishing Shadow,” “The Haunted Attic,”... More ›
From the San Antonio Express-News, Nov. 21, 1924:
Indictments charging assault with intent to rob were returned by a Wilson County grand jury against Virgil L. Aiken, Arnold Garza, and Arthur R. Avery at Floresville Thursday afternoon. The three... More ›