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7 San Marcos Window and Pressure Washing , located at 1704 Hunter Road, San Marcos, celebrated 10 years of busi- ness in June. The team oers a variety of services, such as interior and exterior window cleaning and power washing, as the name suggests, but they also oer gutter cleaning, solar panel cleaning and screen repair services. The team can also decorate homes with Christmas lights. 512-699-7729. www.smtxwash.com 8 Wimberley Glassworks celebrated 30 years of business June 11. Located at 6469 RR 12, San Marcos, the studio specializes in blown glass art, vases, sculptures, indoor and outdoor deco- rative pieces and everyday items such as glassware. The studio also hosts live glass blowing demonstrations and oers tours of art installations. 512-393-3316. www.wgw.com RENOVATIONS 9 San Marcos ocials announced May 10 that the Pyramid Park/Dog Beach , 201 CM Allen Pkwy., San Marcos, will be closed until July for repair and maintenance work to protect against erosion. The closure will go a third of the width of the river next to the dog beach. Portions of the river adjacent to city park and other amenities will remain open. Dog beach and Rio Vista Falls mainte- nance repairs were set to be completed by May, but challenges delayed both. Work to be done includes deepening the foundation near the water’s edge and
July at 2401 S. I-35, Ste. 205, San Mar- cos. The new outpatient therapy clinic oers physical therapy treatment and some recovery and reconditioning treat- ment that can help overcome lingering eects of COVID-19. Pre- and post-surgi- cal rehabilitation, blood-ow restriction therapy, trigger point dry needling and other health services are also oered. 737-266-0201. www.bswrehab.com 5 A new eatery with an adult environ- ment called Chit House is set to open by the end of June at 208 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos. Chit House will serve hot dogs, hamburgers and hotlinks. The employees and the customers will have the freedom to use any kind of adult language between each other, with the exception of hate speech. Customers should be prepared for employees to banter with them and are encouraged to lm interactions. www.thechithouse.com ANNIVERSARIES 6 Austin Habitat for Humanity cele- brated 30 years of its donation and retail center, ReStore , in May; one of which is located at 2521 N. I-35, San Marcos. There are now more than 900 ReStores nationwide that serve as nonprot home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and used items. All purchases and donations help local families partner with AHH to build safe and aordable homes. 512-738-8383. www.austinhabitat.org/restore 1984
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NOW OPEN 1 Blow Smoke & Vape opened May 15 at 2041 S. I-35, Ste. 217, San Marcos. The shop specializes in smoking items and accessories such as tobacco, vape and THC products as well as glass pipes and more. 512-667-6425. Facebook: Blow Smoke Shop 2 JAX Burgers, Fries & Shakes opened May 11 at 117 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos. The shop oers burgers with single, double or triple patties with an assort- ment of available toppings such as crispy onion rings, grilled jalapenos, grilled mushrooms and more. The menu also has chicken options, sides and hand-
spun shakes. 512-216-6284. www.jaxburgers.com
3 On The River Poker Club opened in mid-May at 700 N. LBJ Drive, Ste. 103A, San Marcos. The new social club is for those 18 and older to play no-limit hold ‘em and pot limit Omaha poker. Those interested must purchase a membership, which varies from daily passes to yearly memberships. 512-210-8435. www.otrpoker.com COMING SOON 4 Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation is intended to open by
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