Navarro ISD just shared pictures of the walls going up on the addition of the elementary school! It is so exciting to see the progress made every day! And while we don’t have an exact date yet, they are expecting to break ground on the new intermediate school in late spring or early summer. We will keep you updated with progress and pictures as available! Go Panthers!
Katie Clark and Melissa Trost attended a business meeting and luncheon through the Four Rivers Association of REALTORS that provided updates on the Main Street America program in Seguin, New Braunfels, and San Marcos. Representatives from each city discussed some of the unique characteristics of their particular city and how they have worked to maintain a strong and vibrant main street.
Historically speaking, main streets were originally due to people riding a buggy or horse to town and needing everything within easy access. As times and transportation options changed, people began to spread out more and it was common to drive from one place to another for goods and services. In recent years, the Main Street Program has seen a shift back to a desire for walk-ability with mixed use developments.
Living in Central Texas provides unique opportunities with experiences diverse in culture, history and the arts. Take a few minutes to research what Seguin, New Braunfels, and San Marcos has to offer and visit them each!
The new Seguin High School is coming along great now that the weather is cooperating! Here is a picture recently shared on Seguin ISD social media of the progress. Exciting changes coming to Seguin!
Mark your calendars for Buck Fever next week at the Seguin Guadalupe County Coliseum. Buck Fever is on October 19th and 20th from 5:30 until 10:00 and admission is $6 for adults, $3 for students, and free for children 6 years and younger.
The mission of Buck Fever is to provide a program for adults and youth to exhibit their previous years of deer harvest, exotic displays, and also to include educational/commercial booths. There will be educational opportunities for adults and children as well as exhibits and programs. On Wednesday, Gator 911 will have an exhibit and in the past it has provided interesting photo opportunities!
For a detailed events schedule and for additional information please visit their website ate:
Every October people start to look for fun ways to scare themselves and get ready for Halloween. If you are in Seguin, look no further than the Historical Magnolia Hotel! Check them out on Facebook at The Haunted Magnolia Hotel or hauntedmagnoliahotel.com.
KSAT 12 recently did a story about the hotel – you can watch the interview here:
On October 29th from 7 – 10 Texas’ oldest two story hotel will open its doors to brave visitors for a one night only “Halloween Haunted Spook House”! Tickets are $10 at the door but due to the intense fear factor, anyone under 12 will not be allowed. Check out the video and visit their Facebook and website for more information!