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Everyday Zen, Gifts & Tea
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The art installation features more than 1,000 tiles of artwork created by local students.
club. Skips Beer Wine and Liquor also has three locations in New Braunfels and a location in Cibolo. 830-358-7520. www.skipsliquor.com 12 Texas Bean and Brew House will open a second location at 3939 S. I-35, Ste. 900, San Marcos, in the Premium Outlet Malls in October. Texas Bean and Brew House has operated its original location at 1328 N. I-35 since 2019. The establishment oers coee, beer, mimosas, bagel sandwiches, pastries and more. 512-214-8101. www.texasbeanandbrew.com RELOCATIONS 13 Everyday Zen, Gifts & Tea relocat- ed to 165 S. Guadalupe St., Ste 112, San Marcos, from 1305 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, in June. The shop sells
items for meditation; sage; crystals; tea; and tea accessories, such as infusers and canisters. It also sells candles, books, tarot cards and more. Customers can shop in store and online. 512-720-9066. www.shopeverydayzen.com ANNIVERSARIES 14 The First United Methodist Church San Marcos celebrated 175 years in the San Marcos community Aug. 7. What began as a congregation of nine people in a log cabin home in 1847 grew into several incarnations of sanctuary buildings at the church’s current location, 129 W. Hutchison St., San Marcos. The current sanctuary was built in 1893. 512-392-6001. Service times and events can be found on the website, www.fumcsm.org.
ZARA FLORESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
FEATURED IMPACT COMMUNITY Six San Marcos High School students awared scholarships by the San Marcos Arts Commission to design a public art installation honoring the Coahuiltecan people titled “Guardians of the San Marcos River” at Ramon Lucio Park, 601 S. CM Allen Parkway, San Marcos. City leadership and community members gathered at the park July 28 celbrate the installation’s unveiling, which includes ve animal spirit guardians of the river: Pa-uta’p, the eagle; Miakan, the waterbird; Clam Paya Yuye, the wolf; Panama, the deer; and
Apamxuepet, the jaguar. Around 750 students from SMHS worked on the individual tiles used to create the mural, said Thom Rogers, project manager of the installation. www.sanmarcostx.gov
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