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Community Calendar

The Community Calendar is a free listing in the Hood County News to inform readers of community programs, special meetings and nonprofi t events. The event should be open to the public and free to attend. If the event is a benefi t for a nonprofit agency, we need the ticket price and where to get tickets. Information should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event for consideration. Email information to Include the who, what, when, where and why. Calendar information runs as space is available in the Hood County News.



Lake Granbury Master Gardener

Association will have a demonstration interpreting growing guide

symbols on plant tags and to focus

on an integral rule of landscaping to

put the right plant in the right place,

1 p.m., Annex Building 1, 1410 W.

Pearl St.

Ministerial Alliance luncheon featuring guest speaker Roy Knowles,

Wiley Funeral Home Director, St.

Frances Cabrini Catholic Church,

2301 Acton Highway.


Teresa Turner and Becky Mauldin from Hood County Substance Abuse Council will be guest speakers at the Kiwanis Club meeting, noon, Farina’s, Granbury square.

Rotary Club welcomes Richard English with an update from Acton Municipal Utility District, noon, Harbor Lakes Golf and Swim Club, 2100 Clubhouse Drive.

100 Women Stronger hosted by the United Way of Hood County, 6:30 p.m., Warren’s Backyard, $100, tickets online at or call 817-579-5100.


Fish Fry and Bake hosted by Knights of Columbus, 5 to 7 p.m., St. Frances Cabrini, 2301 Acton Highway. Adults $12. Children under 12 eat for $10. Meal includes hush puppies, coleslaw, fries or baked potato, plus a drink and dessert.

DAV Information seminar for disabled vets and their families, Hood County Annex 1 Meeting Room, 1410 W. Pearl St.


Feather Fest at the Acton Nature Center, celebration of birds with live raptors, demonstrations, crafts, many activities for children and more, 6900 Smoky Hill Ct., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Grief Support Group, Starting a New Life, 3-5 p.m., Education Building of St. Frances Cabrini Church, 2301 Acton Highway. Topic will be: Dealing with memories, 817-573-8915.


United Daughters of the Confederacy, Dixie’s Daughters 2650 chapter, will hear a program on Fr. Abraham Joseph Ryan, a Catholic Priest known as the “Poet-Priest of the South” and “Poet Laureate of the Confederacy,” 10 a.m., Glen Rose courthouse annex on the square in Glen Rose, 107 N. E. Vernon Street.

Writers’ Bloc welcomes author, blogger, and Executive Director of Write Integrity Press and its nonfiction imprint Pix-N-Pens Publishing Marji Lane to speak on publishing from the other side of the desk. Critique session starts at 5 p.m. Program at 7. Waterview Apartments Activity Room (second floor), 100 Watermark Blvd.

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