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Sunday, December 29, 2019

The new year of 2020 starts this week, New Year traditions and folklore,  it's National Champagne Day and National Bacon Day this week, January facts and folklore,  the Kingsbury VFD regular meeting is this Thursday, and a really great picture of downtown Kingsbury in 1987.

Sunday, December 22, 2019

A Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from the Newsletter, it's National Pumpkin Pie Day and National Card Playing Day this week, this week in history Washington crossed the frozen Deleware River, the list of Volunteer Work Days and Fly-In Events scheduled for 2020 at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome, in Kingsbury news past the October 2, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express mentions that the Finucane stagecoach line is the fastest from S.A. to Kingsbury and you can get your corns cured at the Central Hotel barber shop, Kingsbury calendars are available for sale online, and a wonderful picture of some local girls posing on the road in the early 1940s.

Sunday, December 15, 2019

The first day of Winter arrives this week, it's National Maple Syrup Day and National Re-Gifting Day this week, the Kingsbury VFD Auxiliary put together and delivered Christmas bags this past week, the Kingsbury City Commission will have a regular meeting next Monday, the Red Hot Cocoa Night With A Firefighter was this past Saturday, and a great picture of the Kingsbury depot loading pens with cattle and cowboys.

Sunday, December 08, 2019

The Full Cold Moon rises this Wednesday, it's National Monkey Day and National Noodle Day this week, the Kingsbury Barter Club will be meeting on Monday, the Geminids meteor show peaks this week, Kingsbury will be having their first Red Hot Cocoa With A Fire Fighter Night on Saturday, this Friday is the final Friday the 13th this year, Kingsbury calendars are available for sale online, and a wonderful picture of the Kingsbury Post Office and Drug Store in 1912.

Sunday, December 01, 2019

The month of December starts this week, December facts and folklore, it's National Bathtub Party Day and National Cotton Candy Day this week, in Kingsbury news past the September 25, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had a report from Mr. Wyane who came from Kingsbury with a report on the hurricane news from along the coast and S.A.'s Mr. Clark is the fattest barber in the state, downtown Kingsbury is decked out in lights for the holidays, Kingsbury calendars are available online, and an awesome picture of some local girls and the Kingsbury school bus.

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Thanksgiving is this Thursday, it's National Bavarian Cream Pie Day and National Jukebox Day this week, the Texas Rangers were formed this week in 1835, the 2020 Kingsbury Calendars are available online, and a wonderful photo of four Kingsbury girls lined up in front of the old school.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

The Leonid meteor shower peaks early Monday morning, it's National Homemade Bread Day and National Take A Hike Day this week, the Kingsbury Barter Club will have its first meeting this Saturday, in Kingsbury news past the September 22, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had an ad for the stagecoaches to/from Kingsbury that stated there were no mud wagons used and several pieces on the hurricane that had just hit Indianola and the Texas coast, the Kingsbury City Commission will have a Regular Commission Meeting this Monday, Ol' Kingsbury Calendars that benefit the Kingsbury VFD are now available online, and some wacky pictures of a "Womanless Wedding" in Kingsbury in 1954.

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Veterans Day is this Monday, it's National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day and National Sundae Day this week, the Full Beaver Moon rises this week, full moon facts and folklore, in Kingsbury news past the September 18, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had an article about how the railroad reaches Kingsbury and not farther west and Fat Johnny the barber never tells tales of his grandmother, the Kingsbury collection and recycling station has now reopened, the a great picture of downtown Kingsbury with local businessmen and some business letterhead dated 189_. 

Sunday, November 03, 2019

Daylight Saving Time ends today, the Fall Harvest Festival is coming up November 9th, it's National Men Make Dinner Day and National Sandwich Day this week, Kingsbury T-shirts are available online, the Big Boy 4014 locomotive will chug through Kingsbury on November 6th, the Kingsbury VFD and KVFD Auxiliary will have their meetings this Thursday, in Kingsbury news past the September 9, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had the stagecoach arrivals and departures from/to Kingsbury and contrabandistas attacked the customs house at La Reforma, the Fall Fly-In and Car Show is coming up November 9th, November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month and National Raisin Bread Month, the Kingsbury cellection and recycling center is schedule to reopen on November 6th, and a wonderful picture of downtown Kingsbury around 1900 with men in horse-drawn wagons.

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Halloween is coming up this Thursday, the restored Big Boy 4014 locomotive will be chugging through town on November 6th, it's National Candy Corn Day and National Bison Day this week, the Wings & Wheels Fall Fly-In and Car Show will be held on Saturday, November 9th, Kingsbury T-shirts are available online, the 8th Annual Fall Harvest Festival will be held in downtown Kingsbury on November 9th, there will be a Volunteer Work Day at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome on Saturday, November 2nd, November facts and folklore, early voting locations and hours, in Kingsbury news past the September 7, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had an ad for Allen & Chambers Lumber in Kingsbury and New Orleans is having yellow fever cases pop up, the burn ban in Guadalupe County has been lifted, and a really cute picture of Inez Mauer and a puppy in downtown Kingsbury in 1929.

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