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Sunday, September 29, 2019

The National Night Out event will be October 1st in downtown, it's National Black Dog Day and National Homemade Cookies Day this week, in Kingsbury news past the September 6, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily News reported that itinerant fruit peddlers in S.A. get their produce from Kingsbury and stage coaches are now going to Benficklin and Kickapoo Springs, the Kingsbury VFD and Auxiliary meet this Thursday, the month of October starts this week, October fact and fiction, the Kingsbury City Commission has a workshop this Wednesday, and a wonderful picture of the Kingsbury 4-H Club float in the Fourth of July Parade around 1948.

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Autumn begins this week, Autumn facts and folklore, it's National Ice Cream Cone Day and National Comic Book Day this week, the National Night Out event will be October 1st in downtown, the Fall Harvest Festival is planned for November 9th, in Kingsbury news past the September 2, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily News reported that the lumber company in Kingsbury will mill what you need at short notice and there are two daily trains from Kingsbury to Galveston where you can pick up a steamer, the community of Prairie Lea is working to incorporate, the Fall Wings & Wheels Fly-In and Car Show is coming up November 9th, Union Pacific will be extending the Kingsbury side track next year, and some great pictures of the Lynch/Glenewinkle house.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

The Luling Oil Museum is hosting a Reflections of Texas art show, it's National Apple Dumpling Day and National Felt Hat Day this week, the Kingsbury City Commission will meet this Monday, there will be a volunteer work day at the Pioneer Flight Museum this Saturday, in Kingsbury news past the August 18, 1875 edition of the Galveston Daily News reported that railway mail service now extends to Kingsbury and there are criminals skulking in the Indian Territory, and some great pictures of the hardware store in 1916 and prior.

Sunday, September 08, 2019

The Kingsbury dump/collection/recycling station will not open any time soon, the Luling Oil Museum is hosting a Reflections of Texas art show, the Full Harvest Moon rises this Friday, it's National Peanut Day and National Blame Someone Else Day this week, this Friday is Friday the 13th, the National Night Out event will be October 1st in downtown, there is still a burn ban in Guadalupe County, and fabulous pictures of Budd's Saloon exterior and interior from around 1900.

Sunday, September 01, 2019

This Monday is Labor Day, the New Berlin Sausage Festival is September 1st, it's National Read A Book Day and National Acorn Squash Day this week, September is National Mushroom Month and National Piano Month, the Kingsbury VFD meets this Thursday, the Pioneer Flight Museum has a volunteer work day this Saturday, September fact and fiction, Kingsbury will have a National Night Out event on October 1st, the Kingsbury collection/recycling station may open temporarily, and a wonderful picture of some local girls in front of the S.A. Queen around 1945.

Sunday, August 25, 2019

There will be a National Night Out event in downtown Kingsbury on October 1st, it's National Banana Split Day and National Dog Day this week, in Kingsbury news past the August 2, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had the latest arrivals on the Kingsbury stage and horse from Missouri were caught in Fort Worth, enjoy the music at the Kingsbury Opry every Friday, the Kingsbury collection/recycling station is still closed temporarily, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast this week in 2017, and a fabulous picture of the First National Bank of Kingsbury around 1920.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

The Kingsbury City Commission has a regular meeting this Monday, it's National Peach Pie Day and National Tooth Fairy Day this week, the Kingsbury collection/recycling station remains temporarily closed, this week in American history Dolley Madison saved the Washington portrait from the British, there is currently a burn ban in Guadalupe county, and a wonderful picture of some citizens in front of the Allen Store & Saloon.

Sunday, August 11, 2019

There is now a burn ban in Guadalupe county, it's National Black Cat Appreciation Day and National Lemon Meringue Pie Day this week, the Full Sturgeon Moon rises Thursday night, the Perseid meteor shower peaks this week,  there is a Volunteer Work Day at the Pioneer Flight Museum this Saturday, the National Model Aviation Day Event is coming up August 17th at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome, the Kingsbury collection/recycling station is still temporarily closed, and a great picture of some local girls at a Coca-Cola billboard in Kingsbury.

Sunday, August 04, 2019

The recycling and collection station in Kingsbury is temporarily closed, it's National Root Beer Float Day and National Wiggle Your Toes Day this week, a reminder that the city pool in Luling is open, in Kingsbury news past the July 22, 1875 edition of the San Antonio Daily Express had the list of people arriving and departing on the Kingsbury stagecoaches and the fish seller says his fishes are alive and kicking, the number of counties with a burn ban in Texas is increasing, and a fun picture of some 1945 buggy riders at the gas station.

Sunday, July 28, 2019

The 50th Annual Kingsbury VFD Bar-B-Q was a great success, the Model Aviation Day Event is coming up August 17th at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome, it's National Watermelon Day and National Girlfriends Day this week, August facts and folklore, the Kingsbury VFD meets this Thursday, there is a Black Moon this week, in Kingsbury news past the July 21, 1875 edition of the Galveston Daily News reported that the stage leaves Kingsbury for those going farther west and yellow fever in New York did not arrive on the ship from Galveston, August is National Goat Cheese Month and National Golf Month, two of the three active meteor showers peak this week, the burn ban update for Guadalupe and other counties in Texas, and a wonderful picture of Albert Wofshohl and the first mail mail buggy for Kingsbury RFD#1.

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