Those feeling cabin fever are in luck as multiple outdoor events are coming up in Central Texas, including a New Year’s Day hike at Mother Neff State Park in Moody, First Friday in downtown Temple, and the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Temple.
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This weekend’s selection of things to do includes a poetry festival in Salado, the First Friday event in Temple, a nighttime hike at Mother Neff State Park and the annual PRCA Rodeo at the Bell County Expo Center in Belton.
As the end of 2018 draws nearer, celebrations to welcome a new year are being planned around the area, including New Year’s Eve dances and parties, and hiking on New Year’s Day.
Japan remains unique in its language, Shinto religion, and cultural aspects despite its origins in the seventh century and the rapid pull towards “westernization” by a global economy, international travel, and the internet.
As people all over the world prepare to celebrate the arrival of a new year, venues around Central Texas are also gearing up for the big countdown to 2018. From parties and dances to family fun, there’s an event for everyone to celebrate New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
The Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate in response to a strengthening U.S. economy and expectations of higher inflation, and it foresees three more rate hikes in 2017.
Whether the city of Belton has enough funds to construct a hike and bike trail underpass was discussed at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
The item was approved by a 6-1 vote. Mayor Marion Grayson and Council members David Leigh, Guy O’Banion, Paul Sanderford, Dan Kirkley and Craig Pearson voted yes and Jerri Gauntt voted no.