Events in and around Elgin are summarized here. With so many year-round activities, it's easy to get involved and even easier to have fun! WE ARE ELGIN!!
FOR ADDITIONAL EVENT INFORMATION, CONTACT THE ELGIN COURIER:
Fish Fry: The Elgin VFW Post 6115 will have a Fish Fry on a Friday, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., all you can eat for $7.50. Other activities include: Tuesday, Texas Hold em Poker League 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.; Thursday, Bingo - Doors open at 6:30 p.m. starts at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, Blind Draw Dominoes tournament 7 p.m.
Livestock show and fair: The Bastrop County Jr. Livestock Show and Elgin Youth Fair will be held this weekend, Friday and Saturday at the Elgin VFW Hall on U.S. 95 South. The Elgin Youth Fair will be Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and will reopen again on Saturday at 10 a.m. Arts and crafts, baked goods, and more.
Recycle Old Christmas Trees: The city of Elgin is collecting Christmas trees for recycling. The city of Elgin drop off site is at the park and ride on Hwy 95 North and Main Street in Elgin Memorial Park.The City of Elgin Public Works will be taking these trees to the county to be mulched. Anyone is welcome to drop off their trees. All ornaments must be removed. Keep Bastrop County Beautiful volunteers will staff the Bastrop site. That site is located in Bastrop, south of the Little League Fields off Hwy 95 South. For more information, call 512-281-5724 extension 23 or email email@example.com.MLK Walk: The 22nd Annual Bastrop County Martin Luther King Jr. Walk for peace, justice and equality is scheduled for today in Elgin. "A Day On... Not a Day Off" is the annual theme for the program. This year's walk begins at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Elgin and ends at Booker T. Washington Elementary School at 510 MLK. The program will feature youth from Bastrop, Elgin and Smithville ISD's giving reflections on Dr. King. The communities of Bastrop, Smithville and Elgin have rotated this event since its inception, according to founder Dock Jackson.
Youth Show: Travis County Expo Center. Click for more details.
Bull Riding: 7 p.m. at the Travis County Youth Show, Austin, TX. Click for details.
Boys and Girls Club Guitar Masters Concert:
Time: 7 p.m. til 10 p.m.
Location: Jerry Fay Wilhelm Performing Arts Center
Address: 1401 Cedar St.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission Details: General Admission: $25 Reserved Seats: $35 Tickets available at the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce or online at http://www.frontgatetickets.com/ Student general admission tickets available at JFWPAC or online for $15.
Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro: Del Rio, TX - Val Verde County Arena. Adopt adult horse (4 years +) and we'll pay you $500. First year care and feeding when you receive title. 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468-7826). http://www.blm.gov/. U.S. Department of the Interior... Bureau of Land Management... Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Black History Exhibit: Sponsored by the Elgin Public Library.
Sherwood Forest Faire: 10 a.m. til dusk rain or shine. Birds of prey, new joust, Robin Hood, Parade, Tons of activities for kids and adults. Over 100 artisans selling crafts, food, and drinks. Visit www.SherwoodForestFaire.com or call 512-222-6680 for more info.
Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro: Victoria, TX - Val Verde County Arena. Adopt adult horse (4 years +) and we'll pay you $500. First year care and feeding when you receive title. 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468-7826). http://www.blm.gov/. U.S. Department of the Interior... Bureau of Land Management... Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Spring Break Fun: Sponsored by the Elgin Parks & Recreation. For more details on the schedule and events Click Here
CCR Gala: Hosted by Cattlemen for Cancer Research: At Elgin SPJST Hall
Saturday, one $75.00 ticket admits two to the affair tickets will be $100.00 at door. Band Dave Jorgenson will be playing 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Steak dinner served at 7:00 p.m. Great music and dancing. Proceeds will benefit the UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center - for more information call 512-321-399.
Relay For Life golf tournament: For more information on Relay For Life, please contact Sheri Mac, Relay For Life Chair, at 512-629-2041. Follow on FaceBook at "Relay For Life of Elgin" or visit http://www.relayforlife.org/elgintx.
CPR Classes: The City of Elgin will host CPR classses from 9 a.m. til 5 p.m. at the Elgin Public Library Community Room. There is a deadline to sign up. Call Alicia at 281-5724, email@example.com or visit http://www.elgintx.com/parks.asp or stop by City Hall.
Pregnancy Care Center Grand Opening: Backed by local group of churches, the Elgin Pregnancy Care Center is located in a renovated red-brick building just one block east of Main Street at 102 North Avenue C across from the fire station. "Expectant mothers of any age will greatly benefit and be impacted by the truth", says Ann Hamilton. Free food will be served at the opening tours of the facility and it's programs will be the highlight. These resources will all be free of charge and strictly confidential. Parent training and counseling, education, support and encouragement will be received from trained, compassionate volunteers. Clients can rece3ive "mommy money" by participating in learningand soaking up information about being a good parent. The mommy money can then be spent at the ceter's exclusive boutique shop which offers baby and mother-related items. The Elgin Pregnancy Care Center is open Tuesdays through Thursdays. Call 512-285-9955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The website is www.elginpcc.org.
HEB Grand Re-Opening - 2013: Expansion to be completed by March 29th, 2013. Come join us for a walk through - some things have been moved and enlarged. Check out the Fresh Tortilleria, Fresh Deli Department (includes 8' of meat and cheese section) and Fresh Seafood Department.
Elgin Community Easter Egg Hunt: Sponsored by the Friends of Elgin Parks with the City of Elgin Parks and Community Development Department, this event is held the Saturday before Easter each year in Thomas Memorial Park. Kids ages 3 to 8 can participate. For more information visit www.elginpard.com
Elgin Art Tour and Local Lore: Eight locations featuring local and area artists in downtown Elgin and nearby studios. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro: Canutillo, TX - Rio Grande Valley Ranch Arena. Adopt adult horse (4 years +) and we'll pay you $500. First year care and feeding when you receive title. 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468-7826. http://www.blm.gov/. U.S. Department of the Interior... Bureau of Land Management... Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Relay for Life: Sponsored by the American Cancer Society and held at the Elgin High School Stadium. This community event raises funds for research and patient services and gives hope to those touched by cancer and their families. For more information visitwww.relayforlife.org/elgintx
CROP Hunger Walk - 2013: This year is a Spirit Walk only - no actual walking involved. We are collecting donations to feed those less fortunate both here in Elgin and abroad... through the end of April. Click HERE to donate online now. Please contact Steven Cox at 512-229-6994 with any questions.
CROP Hunger Walk - 2014 to be in the fall - dates announced when available: Walk is to raise funds to feed the hungry both abroad and right here in elgin, TX. Help by raising money or by making a donation today. Donations can be sent to FUMC Attn: Steve Cox, 216 West 3rd Street, Elgin, TX 78621. If you have questions please call Steve at 512-229-6994. The hungry appreciate you!! Walk starts at Veteran's Memorial Park downtown Elgin. Starts at 9 a.m.... please come 15 minutes early for registration purposes.
Elgin VFD BBQ Cook-Off: Held in the Elgin Memorial Park the Third Saturday of April. Participants arrive on Thursday to begin preparing their BBQ - judging held on Saturday. For details, contact the Elgin Fire Department at 512-281-4025.
Elgin Alumni Association: Invites all past, present and even 'wanna-be' to the Elgin first Purple and White Jubilee. Events Friday, pick up free Alumni Welcom Bags- Chamber of Commerce office from 9 a.m to 8 p.m., 114 Central Ave. Golf Tournament ShadowGlen Golf Course, Manor - noon. To enter tournament call Bill McCrary 281-4027. Saturday, tour Elgin High School 10 a.m until noon. A Day in the Life of Elgin, (Photography Exhibit) Union Depot Museum - 10 a.m. Fish Fry Even is free but tickets must be requested Call 285-4752. Distinguished Alumni Awards and Spirit of Elvis, call for free tickets, 285-4752. to be held at the Elgin High School cafetorium. All Classes MIxer at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Parish Hall, 302 W. 11th St 5-7 p.m. light refrehments. Sunday, Breakfast, Elgin Middle School, 1351 N Ave C 7-8 a.m. call 285-4752 for free tickets. Welcome Back to Elgin. See you ALL!
Dia de los Ninos and Dia de los libros: This event is held Saturday at the Elgin Public Library from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Live entertainment, food, games, free books, crafts and more.
Yesterfest: Please call the Elgin Chamber of Commerce for new details or find them on http://www.elgintx.com/.
Music in the Park: Music in the park is free and a great event for the family. Takes place at the Veterans' Memorial Park at the corner of Main and Depot. Food available for sale.
Music in the Park: Music in the park is free and a great event for the family. Takes place at the Morris Memorial Park at the corner of Main and Depot at 6:30 p.m. Food available for sale.
Bastrop county's Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup: No explanation needed... for details, call 512-537-0068, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.keepbastropcountybeautiful.org.
Elgin Arts Association: Joining with River Valley Farmer's Market to host a youth art show called Pearls of Youth... showcasing all ages of young artists. Will be awarding the Pearls Before Swine art scholarships, two $1,000 scholarships fro graduation seniors continuing their studies in any of the arts...
Community Wide Garage Sale: The first Saturday in May a community wide garage sale is held for anyone wishing to participate. The Elgin Courier lists details, including a map showing the locations of sales. To get included on the map contact the Elgin Courier at 285-3333.
Relay For Life: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Elgin High School Stadium. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is an international movement to end cancer. Through Relay, organizations bring together passionate volunteers, promote mission-based activities, and mobilize community members to take action in the fight against cancer. For more information contact Sheri Mac, chair, at 512-629-2041, or visit http://www.relayforlife.org/elgin-tx.
Music in the Park: Music in the park is free and a great event for the family. Takes place at the Veterans' Memorial Park at the corner of Main and Depot. Food available for sale.
Juneteenth Pageant: Held annually prior to the Juneteenth Festival. The pageant includes three categories – Miss Juneteenth, Little Miss Juneteenth and Little Miss Princess, ranging in age from 6-22. Each category has two runners-up and a variety of prizes and trophies will be awarded. Everyone is eligible to participate.
Hermann Sons Youth Camp: Join the Fun! Riverside Camp for Girls... Hilltop Camp for boys. Ages 9-13. See http://www.texashermannsons.org/ or call 512-281-2735 for info. Frances Krieg - Agent.
Friends of Elgin Parks - Music in the Park: Jumpstart... 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. at Veteran's Memorial Park.
Depot Market on Main: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Veteran's Memorial Park downtown.
Animal Control Pet Fair: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Elgin Memorial Park at Hwy 95 and Main Street. Times approximate.
Elgin Block Party: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Neidig Elementary.
ACC Elgin Campus opens very SOON: Programs and offerings, and campus services... Exhibits and demonstrations. Free entertainment and prizes. Help with admissions and registration. Contact www.austincc.edu/elgin.com for details.
Sausage and Opera Festival: Music and flavor collide... lovely sounds and tasty bites through a unique festival. See www.favaopera.org for more details.
Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro: Adopt adult horse (4 years +) and we'll pay you $500. First year care and feeding when you receive title. 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468-7826). http://www.blm.gov/. U.S. Department of the Interior... Bureau of Land Management... Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Swimming lessons offered by City of Elgin Parks and Development Department. Events to be held in Morris Memorial Park and Pool at 804 North Avenue C Monday through Thursday for $75 for two week session per child with a deposit of $40 to hold place in session. Lessons must be paid 5 days in advance of session start date.. 3-4 year olds, 6:30 - 7 p.m. 5-6 year olds, 7 - 7:30 p.m. 7 year olds and up, 7:30 - 8 p.m. Future dates scheduled are scheduled in July as well. Call 512-281-5724. Applications may be downloaded from www.elgintx.com and submitted to City Hall with payment at P.O. Box 591, Elgin, TX 78621 or dropped off at City Hall, 310 North Main St.
Elgin Public Library Summer Reading Program: See Elgin Public Library for age groups and exact dates and times.
Heart of Texas Green Expo: Bastrop event to feature demonstrations, highlight innovative green tech. Call 512-222-3976 for more info.
Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro: Hutchinson, KS - Hutchinson Correctional Facility. Adopt adult horse (4 years +) and we'll pay you $500. First year care and feeding when you receive title. 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468-7826). http://www.blm.gov/. U.S. Department of the Interior... Bureau of Land Management... Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Juneteenth Festival: The second weekend in June with a parade, pageant, dance and festival. The events take place in downtown Elgin at Veterans Memorial Park.
Depot Market on Main: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Veterans' Memorial Park downtown.
Elgin Western Days Festival:
Chalk It Up: Children’s Sidewalk Art Contest: The Elgin Parks and Community Development Department sponsors a free children’s sidewalk art contest each July at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The programs is for children ages 3-12. Youth may participate as individuals or in groups (groups are two to four youth.). The event is free. A thirty-minute time limit will be placed on all entries once the event begins. The theme is “Celebrating Freedom in the USA”. Certificates will be awarded to winners. For more information visit www.elginpard.com.
Elgin People’s Patriotic Fourth of July Parade: Everyone is invited to walk down historic Main Street from City Hall to the Veterans’ Memorial Park. All non-motorized entries are accepted. Food and fun follow the parade with a short program and a Soap Box Derby exhibition by the local Cub Scouts. For more information on this event, contact the Elgin Parks and Communtiy Development Department at 281-5724 or visit http://www.myrecdept.com/tx/elgin/default2.aspm.
The out-of-school examinee registration packets for the July TAKS exit levelretests are available through June 11, 2010. During each exit level retest admin., individuals who are no longer enrolled in school and who have not previously met minimum expectations on all sections of the TAKS test, but who have met all other graduation requirements, may register to retake the necessary section(s). Each day's testing will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. at Elgin High School. If you need assistance with the registration process, please contact Roberto Vasquez at Elgin ISD's Central Admin. Bldg. at 512-281-3434.
Movie at the Pool: Lilo and Stitch. Call 281-5724 for more info. If there is bad weather, movie will be shown at the library.
Lost Pines Rodeo
Vacation Bible School - FUMC Elgin: Call 512-285-4503 for more information.
Rodeo Events: Wednesday, July 11... Tri County Team Roping at 7 p.m. Thursday. Barrel Racing at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday - Elgin Rodeo at 8 p.m. Texas Lost Pines Riding Club invites you to enjoy good old fashioned hometown rodeo excitement. All events at the Julius Marek Arena on Hwy 95. For additional information on all events: http://www.tlpric.org/.
McDade Watermelon Festival: Check in begins at 7:30 a.m. at the corner of Waco and Main Streets. The parade will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m. with judging starting at 9:00 a.m. Please be in line and ready by 9:00 if you wish to be judged.
Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries. Please call for parade entry form. Please return entry form before June 26th.
Friday from 8 p.m. until midnight we will have a street dance to kick-off our Festival featuring Lee County Line.
After the parade please plan to stay for the rest of the festival activities including th eArts and Crafts booths, Anique Car Show, Melon Auction, and our Queen's Coronation followed by a free watermelon feast just to name a few.
Your participation in our festival will make it a success. We hope that you can be a part of our Grand Parade this year and we look forward to seeing you. Please call 512-273-0018 with all questions and for entry form.
Send entry form to: MWFA
P.O. Box 783
McDade, TX 78650
Swimming lessons offered by City of Elgin Parks and Development Department. Events to be held in Morris Memorial Park and Pool at 804 North Avenue C Monday through Thursday for $75 for two week session per child with a deposit of $40 to hold place in session. Lessons must be paid 5 days in advance of session start date.. 3-4 year olds, 6:30 - 7 p.m. 5-6 year olds, 7 - 7:30 p.m. 7 year olds and up, 7:30 - 8 p.m. Future dates scheduled are July 5th through 15th, and July 19th through July 29th. Call 512-281-5724. Applications may be downloaded from www.elgintx.com and submitted to City Hall with payment at P.O. Box 591, Elgin, TX 78621 or dropped off at City Hall, 310 North Main St.
HEB TO HOST A BACK TO SCHOOL CELEBRATION: The Elgin HEB will be hosting a "Back to School" event on August 25th from 11am to 4pm. The celebration will include events for the whole family. The Elgin High School Band will be in the store along with the Elgin High School Cheerleaders for everyone's enjoyment from 11am to 12pm. HE Buddy and his helper will be here to celebrate with the kids and Mrs Read-A-Lot will read every 30 minutes. The celebration will include drawings for various prizes to include a fully "stuffed" backpack as well as other give-a-ways. Bar-B-Que will be available. The celebration will include free cake for all customers. Everyone is invited to attend and participate in the festivities.
Aug. 11 Back to School Jam: Abundant Rain Fellowship will hold a Back to School Jam for all Elgin students from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Elgin ISD Admin. Auditorium at 1002 North Ave. C. Event will feature Lil Sizzle and Pasty Boyz. Visit http://www.lilsizzle.com/ to hear the music andhttp://www.abundantraincf.com/ for more information. Email questions email@example.com.
August 24-25: Elgin Fire Department "Fill The Boot" event for Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser will be Friday, Aug. 24, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Firemen will be standing at the corner of Main Street and Second Street under the traffic light.
Sherwood Forest Jousting Tournament: Click Here!
BEST College and Career Night: With thousands of students expected to attend, this proves to be a smashing event. Students will have the opportunity to learn about possible college and career options for themselves when they graduate. Located at Bastrop High School from 6:30 p.m. til 8:30 p.m.
National Night Out: Neighborhoods throughout Elgin are invited to join for this event. Elgin Police Officers and City Officials will be visiting neighborhoods throughout the community in support of building a community partnership. Neighborhoods are encouraged to come together and send a message that we are working together to prevent crime and keep our neighborhoods safe. Residents are encouraged to turn on their porch lights, from 6 to 8 pm, and spend the evening outside with their neighbors
Fall Festival: Held the 1st Thursday in October at the Elgin Public Library from 5 to 8 pm. Includes a Costume Contest, Crafts, Games, Clowns and more.
Hogeye Kickoff Concert: On Saturday at the Veteran's Park. The hamdidates for our annual Hogeye Festival will be introduced at 6 p.m., then the music starts.
- Small Town Heroes will perform at 6:30 p.m.
- Beto Y los fairlanes performs at 7:30 p.m.
Adult beverages will be allowed. Oldest Hogeye festival T-shirt will win a prize.
Culpepper & Merriweather Circus: Showtimes - 5:00 & 7:30 p.m. Circus will be in the Elgin Memorial Park and is Sponsored by Elgin Kiwanis Club. See the Jungle Big Cats.
Annual Sausage Stampede: The Southside Market Sausage Stampede is a 5Krace and a 1K Children’s race sponsored by the Cattlemen for Cancer Research Patient AssistanceProgram and the Greater Elgin Chamber of Commerce. The race will begin at 8:00 a.m. Contact the Greater Elgin Chamber of Commerce at 285-4515 for more information or visitwww.elgintxchamber.com
The Pearls Before Swine Art Show: The art show kicks off the Hogeye Festival every year. Professional artists participate in this juried art show. Auctions during the evening raise funds for art scholarships for area high school graduates to continue their education in the arts. The event is supported by local businesses, the Elgin Main Street Board, and the Hogeye Festival committee.
Hogeye Festival: The annual Hogeye Festival is for the entire family and features food, kids activities, handmade arts/crafts and music by local bands... and much much more!!
Elgin Safe Trick or Treat Trail: Sponsored by the Elgin Parks and Community Development Department and located in Historic Downtown Elgin, at Veterans' Memorial Park, businesses set up to pass out treats and provide activities for the Trick or Treaters. This safe alternative to traditional Trick or Treating is a popular event complete with a costume contest for the kids. For more information visit www.elginpard.com.
Elgin Business Expo: Sponsored by the Greater Elgin Chamber of Commerce. It is held in the Elgin High School Cafeteria. The purpose of the Expo is to educate the community on local products and services available in the Elgin area. It provides exhibitors an additional marketing tool to further promote their products and services. Admission is free.
Elgin Art Walk: Cancelled until further notice.
"A Frontier Christmas": Bundle up for an outdoor event under the tent. Santa arrives at 5:30 p.m. - pictures with Santa until 6:30 p.m. Children's activities an crafts. Bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to the local food pantry and be entered for a chance to win a door prize, (1 entry per food item). Live Christmas music by various local talents. Food and drinks provided. It's your friendship and support that gives us so much cause for celebration this holiday season. Merry Christmas and many thanks to all of you. Frontier Bank of Texas. 512-281-1500
Annual Eguine Seminar: To be held at the First National Bank Meeting Room. 49 Hwy 71 West, Bastrop - 2nd Floor from 7 - 9 p.m. BBQ dinner provided. Speakers will be Pete Hale (updates), Dr Sierra Guynn (Equine myths and misconceptions). Please RSVP. 512-303-6969. Sponsored by Intervet / Schering-Plough Animal Health.
Dancing With The Elgin Stars Gala: Friday, November 30, 2012, 6:30 p.m. at the SPJST Lodge. Ten couples will compete for the best dancer. Food, beverage and entertainment. $50.00. Call the Chamber of Commerce at 512-285-4515 for tickets.
Breakfast with Santa: For information, call 512-304-5165
Holiday by the Tracks: Co-sponsored by the Elgin Main Street Board, Elgin Chamber of Commerce and the Parks and Community Development Department. Holiday by the Tracks includes a day of shopping at the local downtown businesses, music and the Artists' Showcase in Veterans' Memorial Park. Also included are the VFD Lighted Christmas Parade at dusk followed by a live nativity and Blue Santa's appearance. Get your picture taken with Santa, holiday bazaar, Union Depot Museum, holiday specials, craft show at the library, parade, Christmas tree auction, live nativity. 512-285-4515... http://www.elgintx.com/.
Lighted Christmas Parade: Sponsored by the Elgin Volunteer Fire Department, this event takes place the first Saturday of December at dusk. For a registration form to participate in the parade contact the Elgin Volunteer Fire Department at 281-4025.
Blue Santa: New or gently used books, toys, and stuffed animals can be taken to the Elgin Volunteer Fire Department.
When you are out shopping for Christmas presents, pick up a few extra for Elgin Police Department's Blue Santa Program. There will be blue carts pulled along the parade route so that you can safely donate during the parade. Blue Santa just may be there too.
Donations can also be dropped off at the Elgin PD and monetary donations mailed to Blue Santa, C/O City of Elgin, P.O. Box 591, Elgin, TX 78621. For more info, contact the Elgin PD.
Star Ranch Christmas Sound and Lights Show: 7-10 p.m. Visitors to Star Ranch in McDade will be dazzled by 100,000 lights during it's annual Christmas Sound and Lights Show. No Charge... free apple cider and and Hot Chocolate - candy canes for kids of all ages. For more info call 512-273-2257, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website now.
Elgin Caregivers Christmas Home Tour: Buy tickets at Elgin Courier, Frontier Bank, First National Bank, Elgin Chamber of Commerce, or at the Caregivers' office at 25 N. Main for $10 each.
New Years Eve Dance at SPJST: Polkas, Waltzes & Mix Music. 8-12 in the evening. $10 per person. Black eyed peas, cornbread, sausage, coffee served after dance. NO RESERVATIONS. 512-285-3100 - 702 Hwy 95 North, Elgin, TX.
Recycle Old Christmas Trees: The city of Elgin is collecting Christmas trees for recycling. The city of Elgin drop off site is at the park and ride on Hwy 95 North and Main Street in Elgin Memorial Park.The City of Elgin Public Works will be taking these trees to the county to be mulched. Anyone is welcome to drop off their trees. All ornaments must be removed. Keep Bastrop County Beautiful volunteers will staff the Bastrop site on January 8th. That site is located in Bastrop, south of the Little League Fields off Hwy 95 South. Mulch will only be available at the Bastrop location through January 12. For more information, call 512-281-5724 extension 23 or email email@example.com.
WE ARE ELGIN!!
Merry Christmas... and Happy New Year!