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03-25-24 Newsletter

Wimberley Institute of Cultures Debuts Mural

The Wimberley Valley has another vibrant mural! The Wimberley Institute of Cultures unveiled the work, painted by Theresa Vincent, which depicts key scenes from the Valley's history. It's painted on a metal shed and it portrays historic buildings, natural scenes, and the iconic Winter's Mill (a great selfie location, if you're into that). helped select the artist and facilitate the project, and the City's Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) provided a grant to make it all happen.


Make sure you stop by and take a look, especially right now when the bluebonnets are at their peak. Just park in the Community Center lot and enjoy Wimberley's latest public art installment.

James McMurtry and BettySoo Visit the Fishbowl

Sure hope everyone was able to tune in to Over Easy with Coach last Friday, when master singer/songwriter James McMurtry stopped by the Fishbowl. He was joined by BettySoo, a talented Americana artist in her own right. 


McMurtry is known for his masterful storytelling and poignant lyrics. His career began in 1989 with "Too Long in the Wasteland" and his latest work is "The Horses and the Hounds." Those albums -- and everything in between -- are masterpieces that explore themes of rural America, social issues, and human struggles with a raw and authentic style. And he's not afraid to salt his lyrics with a good measure of dry, acerbic wit.


He's touring with Betty Soo, and Coach learned that they're collaborating on a couple of projects coming up. The duo has a gig on May 6 at the Wimberley Playhouse, and tickets go on sale April 8.


We Salute the KWVH Veteran of the Week,

Brought to you by VFW Post 6441

This week we salute Chief Master Sergeant Vic Willoughby. Chief Willoughby served 28 years in the Air Force from 1963 to 1991, in various postings around the country, as well as in Germany and Thailand. A B-52 Crew Chief by trade, he transitioned to education, ending his illustrious career as the Commandant of the Tactical Air Command NCO Academy at Bergstrom AFB in Austin, at a rank representing the top1% of enlisted airmen.


After separating, he kept up his love of teaching as a Junior ROTC instructor for17 years, where he instilled the values of Leadership, Character, Service, and Citizenship on hundreds of our local youth.


For the May 4th Kentucky Derby Party

Tickets are going fast -- don't wait! Make sure you're a part of the Wimberley Valley's signature social event -- the third annual KWVH Kentucky Derby Party Presented by Ozona Bank is Saturday, May 4th.

The fun and games will happen at the lovely Videre Estate, where there's plenty of room both outdoors and air-conditioned indoors to mix and mingle. As always, the event will feature great food, mint juleps, a live and silent auction, lovely hats, and of course, horse racing.

Click here to be a part of the action.



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