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This Week's KWVH Newsletter: A Music Fest and a Water Workshop

Music Festival is Coming to Wimberley!

Mark your calendars and get your tickets now... the first-ever Wimberley Music Fest is coming to town. It's being held October 12-13 at the Wimberley VFW Rodeo Grounds.

 

Saturday features an amazing lineup of homegrown and regional artists, including Sarah Jarosz, Bri Bagwell, Soma Jerome, Susan Gibson, Dallas Burrow, Dylan James Riley, and Reintarnation.

 

On Sunday, the Fest switches gears to feature gospel music, headlined by Icy Simpson and backed by choirs from the Wimberley Methodist and Presbyterian churches. The Hill Country Honeys, Benji Uzo, Wimberley Feng Shui, and the Cypress Creek Worship Team will also perform.

 

Proceeds benefit the Barnabas Connection, our premier volunteer-based organization that serves the Wimberley Valley and those in need or crisis by navigating them to services or providing a hand-up.

 

Make sure you're a part of history and get your tickets now.


Get Water Aware at the Wimberley Chamber's

State of Water Luncheon

If you've spent any time in the Wimberley Valley, you know that water  - both quantity and quality - is a huge issue in our neck of the woods. Drought and development threaten our access to drinking water, not to mention our most treasured attractions like the Blue Hole, Jacob's Well, and the Blanco River.

 

On Wednesday, June 12, the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce will host the State of Water Luncheon, from 11am to 1pm at the Community Center. The informative lecture will feature David Baker, executive director of the Watershed Association. He'll get you up to speed on the myriad water issues facing Wimberley, Hays County, and the Hill Country.

 

Registration is only open for a couple more days, so get your tickets now.


KWVH Salutes Col. Gary Glisan,

Our Veteran of the Week


Colonel Gary Glisan served in the Marine Corps for five years (with six years in the Reserves) and in the Air Force for 15 years. He retired as an Air Force Colonel. Glisan served in Vietnam and South Korea, and also spent time in California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas and Virginia. He has been decorated with the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medals, and Air Medals as well as a Commendation Medal and an Achievement Medal.

 

He is currently retired, but serves in the community with Christina Men's Fellowship, Emmaus, Jubilee Prison Ministry and at the VFW. Thank you Gary for your service to this nation and our community.


Never Miss a Show With the KWVH Archive.

Are you a loyal KWVH listener but missed a show? Are you new to KWVH and looking for a way to dive into its eclectic programming? Either way, we've got ya covered.

 

Head on over to the KWVH Archive to reprise almost any show from the last two weeks. It's a great way to discover all that Wimberley Valley Radio has to offer. Best of all, you can stream it anywhere -- on a summer road trip, by the pool, or doing chores around the house.

 

Check it out!

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