Don’t forget our fantastic farmer’s market.
Produce, handmade crafts and homemade food.
It’s a hug fest fer sure.
Every Saturday 10-2
Art, photography, T-Shirts, knitted, quilted, and leather craft items.
Local eggs, garden greens, cilantro, Tamales, local cow and goat cheese, organic gluten free goodies.
Jalepeno bread, biscotti, and "Little Stinker" creosote salve.
Bring your cup to enjoy some great coffee and conversation!
Home Gardeners: Protect your seedlings from insects, birds and the cold with Agri-Bond. 50 cents per foot.
We need: 5 gallon buckets with lids if possible and 55 gallon water barrels.
You can now special order raw milk products at the market.
Support Local, Affect Local
Have you tried eating at India’s Lately?
We are a bakery, we serve fantastic burgers,
You can eat breakfast in the sun in our lovely outdoor seating area.
Come to the Rio Grande Restaurant
We invite you to come eat at our restaurant. We make everything by hand. We care about what we do. Come eat with us.
Recycling will happen on the 11th. of Jan. at 9am. We do not take batteries of any size so please take them to Alpine. If you would like to volunteer please let Mindy know, 371 2678. We appreciate all the help we can get. This is a community service. Have a good year. Redo, Reuse, Recycle.
Did you know???
CBS 7 News Staff January 2, 2012
The DSHS Prepares for Aerial Rabies Vaccination Drop. The Texas Department of State Health Services will make its annual rabies vaccine airdrop this week.
Planes will take off from the Alpine- Casparis Municipal Airport around dawn on Wednesday, January 4, to drop approximately 1.8 million doses of the rabies vaccine in West Texas, as part of the DSHS Oral Rabies Vaccination Program.
Counties in the vaccination drop area include: Brewster, Crockett, Culberson, Edwards, Jeff Davis, Kinney, Maverick, Pecos, Presidio, Reeves, Terrell and Val Verde.
There will be 12 to 16 daily flights made and the drop density of the vaccine will be 64 baits per square mile.