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  1. Sidewalk Sale Saturday

    November 7, 2020, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Downtown Elgin

    Elgin charming downtown is lined with many locally owned stores offering everything from one of a kind antiques, home décor, jewelry, apparel, health and wellness supplement and more. Support local businesses by shopping during this monthly community sidewalk sale.

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Parks & Recreation

  1. StoryWalk in the Park - Gustavo the Shy Ghost

    November 1, 2020, 10:00 AM - November 15, 2020, 5:00 PM @ Thomas Memorial Park

    StoryWalk helps promote health and literacy in children while having fun in nature. Spending time outdoors helps children enhance their attention span, increase engagement, and improve academic performance. Every other week Elgin Parks and Recreation will put a new story in elgin memorial park for the community to enjoy. Follow @ElginTXParks for more information. Three ways to enjoy the StoryWalk : Read the story aloud Make predictions Act out the story

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  2. Texas Arbor Day Crafts & Tree Planting

    November 7, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Elgin Recreational Center

    Each reservation includes: - ONE (1) table, socially distanced from other participants - SIX (6) chairs around the table - ONE (1) craft kit including -- Rock Decorating Craft Supplies -- Recycled Bird Feeder Craft Supplies -- Bird Seed Mosaic Craft Supplies -- Leaf Print Art Craft Supplies -- Seed Starting Kit - ONE (1) tree to be planted in Elgin Memorial Park The tree planting in Elgin Memorial Park is a part of the "Edible Arbor Walk" that begins at the back parking lot of the Elgin Recreation Center and continues down the sidewalk towards 95N. The goal of the Edible Arbor Walk is to provide hands-on learning opportunities for families to see how fruit is grown, be involved in the planting, care and harvesting of fruit trees, and to provide shade for those park goers who utilize the sidewalks. By planting a tree in the park you are directly improving the park for generations to come!

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