TERLINGUA MOON – July 18, 2017
by Terlingua Thinking Team!!!
Watch the kids. Do like they do. Act like they act. Yell like they yell. Dance the ways you see them dance. Sing like they sing. Work and rest the way the kids do. You’ll be healthier. You’ll feel wealthier. You’ll talk wiser. You’ll go higher, do better, and live longer here amongst us if you’ll just only jump in here and swim around and sing like these kids sing and do like the kids do. I don’t want the kids to be grownup. I want to see the grown folks be kids. – Woody Guthrie
Tuesday – Jeffro & Uh Clem
Wednesday -Crystal Allbright
Thursday & Friday – Bruce Salmon
Saturday – Butch Hancock
Summer Sunday Movie Night (9 p.m.) – Young Frankenstein
Monday (July 24) – Rio Grande Valley Singer Songwriters in the round (National Tequila Day!)
Hope you’ll join us this week for some fine food, drink and music. And don’t forget Sunday Summer Movie Night! This week – Young Frankenstein. Butch Hancock’s art remains on display through July 30.
Plus, mark your calendars – Monday, July 24 – in addition to the Songwriters in the Round, it’s National Tequila Day! Stay tuned to our FB page for more info!
Tuesday- Karaoke Night and Fried Chicken
Thursday- Fish and Chips
Friday- Fish and chips
Sat and Sun- BBQ Night
Summer Art Program Week 3
Join us for FUN activities in the COOL of the Barton Warnock Visitor Center!
9 am till Noon each Thursday for four more weeks: July 20, 27 and August 3 & 10. Come to one or to ALL. For ALL Ages!! Sponsored by Compadres del Rancho Grande and Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept. Contact Amber Harrison 432.424.3327 or Crystal Allbright 432.386.0906 for more info!
Las Posada Milagro Hotel & Espresso …y poca mas
Located in the Terlingua Ghost Town, the coffee shop serves the best coffee around and made to order breakfasts and lunches. Open 7 days a week, free wifi, and great views of the Chisos Mountains. Come sit in the shade with one of our great iced drinks. NOTE: our summer hours are 7:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Also, we are taking a short break, and will be closed starting Saturday, July 22 and will re-open on Thursday, July 27. The guesthouse will remain open and rooms are available. We’ll have some cold soup specials this week.
Canyon Brew @ FFOC – Start your day with a tasty homemade CINNAMON ROLL & Coffee…!! Thinking about coffee, but it’s a HOT summer day. How about a Cold Brew Coffee on ice…? We also offer Muffins, Toasted Bagels, Espresso, Latte, Cappuccino, Macchiato & Chai. Don’t forget – bring your own Mug and save a Buck!! Opening at 7am thru the summer.
Terlingua Community Garden is seeking help. We are reaching out to our community for support. There are many ways you can be involved today and in the future. Currently we are: Planting the Monsoon Garden, Preparing for the Green Scene, Installing new plug ins so you can charge your phone, computer and WIFI and more lighting in the Market Building, Completing building the community composting system structure. Need a Compost Manager, Treasurer /Secretary, Media and outreach coordinator, Farmers Market Director, and Gardeners.
Be part of the future of food production in the desert! Contact Jenny, Zoey or Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shot Time Liquors open M-Sat 10am-9pm. Check out or newest items in the Smoke Shop and the Medicine Cabinet! Also, come down and get your LighterBro, bro! They’re in stock with a lower price! And locally made ice!!! Viva Terlingua
Brewster County Groundwater Conservation District will have their regular meeting Thursday, July 20, 9 a.m.at the Val Clark Beard County Office Bldg., Conf. Room, 203 N. 7th St., Alpine.
Arrest – On Sunday, July 16th, a Brewster County Deputy conducted a traffic stop on FM 170, near Lajitas. During the stop, the deputy located marijuana and cocaine concealed in the vehicle. Following an investigation, the passenger of the vehicle, Guadalupe Flores, was taken into custody and charged with possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana.
The suspect is innocent until proven guilty.
DB’s Rustic Iron BBQ will be closed from July 16th until Aug 2nd.
Thank you for your continued patronage.
Six people inside Jeep as it was swept over 400 yards down a wash but they are okay.
The Big Bend National Park Service urges drivers to not attempt crossing over running water after jeep with six people inside it was swept over 400 yards down a wash. According to BBNPs Facebook page the vehicle was attempting to cross a stream less than 8 inches deep. In an image shared by their Facebook page debris is visible in the windshield of the vehicle. According to their post the water began stacking up once the vehicle stopped, pinned two doors shut and, filled the cab with water. Six people were inside the vehicle but were able to get out safely and contact rangers for help.
MAX THE CHIHUAHUA MIX
With dogs like Max in the shelter, why would anyone look anywhere else? This 12 week old teensy Chihuahua puppy lacks nothing except a loving owner. Max likes toys, wiggles adorably, and is happy to be picked up. He is a sweet playmate with other small dogs and no one else has adorable hairs on their nose like he does!! For information about any animal in the Alpine shelter, email@example.com