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New food trailer court on Nutty Brown Road
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ourtney Pogue is not much of a cook. Neither is her husband, Kevin, so the couple likes to eat out often. But as parents of a new baby, that proved hard to do. The solution they came up with was simple: instead of going to restaurants, they decided to bring the restaurants to them. Cedar Valley Eats, the newest food trailer court in the Dripping Springs area, opened earlier this year on land in front of the Pogue’s house on Nutty Brown Road, a half-mile south of Highway 290. The two-acre park offers sites for four food truck/trailers, ample parking adjacent to the court, tables in the shade of oak trees, a large playscape with swings, a slide, a tire swing and a Texas Tumbling Tower and a climbing wall for kids to enjoy while their parents
The two-acre park offers sites for four food trucks or trailers, parking, tables in the shade of oak trees and a great play area for the kids. Photo courtesy Cedar Valley Eats. relax, eat and enjoy the peace and quiet. There’s also a couple of Corn Hole game boards to pass the time. See CEDAR VALLEY EATS, page 2
Cedar Valley Eats food trailer court is open on Nutty Brown Road a half-mile south of Highway 290. Photo courtesy Cedar Valley Eats.
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Courtney and Kevin, who both grew up in and attended school in Dripping Springs, have lived on Nutty Brown Road for four years and began planning the food trailer court more than two years ago. “I enjoy living in my five-mile radius, and thought this was a great location for a friendly neighborhood gathering spot,” Courtney says. “We want to make it a place for good food and fun in a family-friendly atmosphere.” She admits she and Kevin had felt increasingly disappointed with restaurant food and the experience – it seemed like they were paying more for décor and atmosphere and not getting quality food. Her first experience with food trailers, three or four years ago in Austin, was very positive. “Food trailers aren’t fried or unhealthy carnival food,” she explains. “They focus on a specific menu and offer a fusion of quality flavors.” Allowing diners to BYOB adds to the affordability and flexibility of the See CEDAR VALLEY EATS, page 3
dining experience, she thinks. As self-employed people themselves, Courtney and Kevin admire the entrepreneurial spirit of food truck
Relax in the shade while the kids enjoy a playscape, tire swing, Texas tumbling tower and a climbing wall. Photo courtesy Cedar Valley Eats.
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Circulation: 22,000 Cedar Valley Eats food trailer court at 12710 Nutty Brown Road. Photo courtesy Cedar Valley Eats.
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chefs and want to help promote them and their businesses. Their first food vendors are John and Siria Muniz with Tia’s Kitchen from San Antonio, who offer smoked pork, brisket and chicken tacos and enchiladas featuring handmade tortillas (vegetarian options also available). “I looked at a lot of other locations, but this was the only one I liked,” Siria says. “It’s peaceful and calm, and the people are so friendly.” At her stand this Saturday morning is a man from Belterra (just across Nutty Brown Road), waiting on a particularly large order of breakfast tacos. “It’s my turn,” he shrugs and explains that he’s part of a group of 20 households that take turns fetching Saturday morning breakfast for the whole bunch. “We call ourselves ‘The Village’ – whoever ends up with the sombrero
on their porch goes for tacos the next time. “Everyone’s starting to come here now,” he adds. In March, Cedar Valley Eats partnered with another group of neighbors, the Ledgestone Lifesavers, to raise money for Relay for Life with their annual car show. This is the sixth year the Ledgestone group has sponsored the show, and at Cedar Valley Eats this year they raised more money than any other year. FYI • Cedar Valley Eats is located at 12710 Nutty Brown Road, a half mile south of Highway 290, next to the Views of Belterra and just across Nutty Brown Road from the main part of Belterra. Hours are Monday through Friday, 11 am to 6:30 pm and Saturday 8 am to 4 pm. Patrons may BYOB and there is ample free parking. Cedar Valley Eats is currently accepting applications for food trucks and trailers interested in long term tenancy. For more information, visit the web site at cedarvalleyeats.com, find them on Facebook or call 512-585-3316.
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he first Thursday evening of each month April through December, Dripping Springs celebrates its growing downtown festival, First Thursday. Merchants around the central business district stay open late and offer fun activities, food, entertainment and shopping discounts. Surprises are in store for people as they leisurely stroll the Mercer Street, Old Fitzhugh Road and Hays Street historic districts. Sponsored by the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau, First Thursday brings people to town to eat in our restaurants, shop in our stores and pump dollars into the local economy, says the Chamber. Those businesses participating in First Thursday are marked with distinctive outdoor lighting and fly a banner featuring the First Thursday logo. Vendors offering unique wares and services setup outside downtown businesses. Among the growing list of businesses participating in First Thursday, shoppers can expect to find: Canyon Cycles and Jam Boutique for Mom, Baby & Kids will jointly celebrate their Ribbon Cuttings at May’s First Thursday. They’ll serve barbeque, beer and feature a demonstration of Intense Cycles mountain bikes. Sidecar Tasting Room offers live music on the outdoor patio, this month with Stefanie Fix. Thursday is their regular Trivia Night (inside) and as always, wine and small bites are available for patrons. Goodie Two Shoes owner, Christine Ann, serves her famous chili, beer and wine every First Thursday for participants’ enjoyment, and offers in-store specials. See FIRST THURSDAY, page 5
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their large selection of ice cream, snow cones, chocolate, and sodas. Dripping with Delights’ new owner Tamara Joyce-Wylie relies on her son Foster to provide professional DJ music for the crowd that gathers on the front porch and parking area, or live musicians from DSHS to entertain the crowd of usually school-age youth. Inside, she offers tastings from her shelves of gourmet packaged foods - in May she’ll feature products from Wimberley Valley Gourmet: pickles, dipping herbs and pecan oil. And there’s
always the main attraction of frozen yogurt with toppings, and a storeful of handcrafted items, many produced by Dripping Springs artisans. DS Rental will have the Wyatt Weaver Band playing in the front. Vendors often set up in front of the old mid-century rockwalled gas station to sell interesting wares. FYI • First Thursday is held in downtown Dripping Springs the first Thursday of each month April tthrough December. For more information, contact the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce at www.DestinationDrippingSprings. com, or visit the First Thursday Facebook page.
FULL TIME in DRIPPING SPRINGS! Modern Orthodontics from Friendly People. Find food, music and plenty of family fun at First Thursday the first Thursday of each month, when merchants around the central business district stay open late and offer entertainment, discounts and more! Photos courtesy Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce. Vintage Soul attracts the public to its niche just off Mercer Street with festive lighting, music and cold beverages. This month, shoppers can take their chances at drawing wooden nickels from a jar showing discount rates of 10 to 50 percent. The Barbershop Bar celebrates Thirsty Thursday with specials on Thirsty Goat pints. There is usually a vendor or two (or three) selling unique wares in front of the iconic beer pub. Pink West Salon owner, Deborah Carter Mastelotto, will be signing copies of her newly-released book, “The Tarot Primer,” at the salon this First Thursday. Copies will be available for purchase. Starrs on Mercer is a great place to sip wine at tables in Sisters’ Alley, enjoy live music on the front porch and find different specials and discounts every month. At May’s First Thursday, “Sue Ellen”, a white 1986 white Cadillac limousine will be on display in front of the store. Starrs sisters Melissa and Sarah have recently
added Sue Ellen to their wine tour operation. Mercer Street Dancehall offers free live music and dancing every Thursday evening from 8 pm to 11 pm. May’s First Thursday marks the last time the popular Doug Moreland Band will be playing the dancehall for the time foreseeable, as Doug takes to the road for extended travelling with his family. Revel Wilde, Fine Southern Goods, offers dips and mixes, along with wine and punch for First Thursdays. This month they’ll have a graduation sale of Jon Hart Luggage. Sacred Moon Herbs stays open late for First Thursday and always offers a free promotional item with a minimum purchase. Expert advice on herbal therapies is also available, as always. The Big Drip will premier their selection of hot food at this month’s First Thursday: nachos, hot dogs and Frito pie. For dessert customers can choose from
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Calendar of Events EVERY MONDAY • Rotary Club Meets. 11:45 am at Flores Restaurant, 2440 East Highway 290. 11:45 am. www.drippingspringsrotary.org. • Boy Scout Troop 280 meets at St. Martin de Porres Church Hall. 512-904-0444, drippingsprings280.mytroop.us. • Karaoke Night at Hudson’s on Mercer. 7:30 pm. www.hudsonsonmercer.com. • All Abilities Chair Exercise, 9 am at Dripping Springs Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive, 512-858-7825 or dscl.org for details. No exercise on library holidays. • Teen Time. 4:30 pm to 5 pm at Dripping Springs Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive, dscl.org or 512-858-7825 for details. No meetings on library holidays. FIRST and THIRD MONDAYS • Dripping Springs Lions Club meets. 6:30 pm at Dripping Springs Ranch Park. Sharon at 512-923-8360. SECOND MONDAYS • Group of Dripping Springs (GODS) Moms meets. Dripping Springs Methodist Church 9 am to 11:15 am. 512-894-0581. FOURTH MONDAYS • Artists of Dripping Springs. Gatherings at area studios. 512-894-0394. • Gen. Ben McCulloch 2435, UDC meets at the Veterans Hall, 27500 Ranch Road 12 at 7 pm. Sharon Hudson at 512-858-7177. EVERY TUESDAY • Dripping Springs Toastmasters. 6:30 pm at Pioneer Bank, 100 Creek Road. Visitors welcome. www.dstoastmasters.com. • Dripping Springs Property Tour. 512-5797711, firstname.lastname@example.org. • Hill Country Community Band Rehearses at Chapel in the Hills, Wimberley. 7 pm to 8:30 pm. 512-517-3111. • Open Mic Night at Hudson’s on Mercer. www.hudsonsonmercer.com. SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH TUESDAYS • Dripping Springs Boy Scout Troop 101 meets. Dripping Springs United Methodist Church. 7 pm. Tom Chenault, 512-707-7488. SECOND TUESDAYS • Friends of the Dripping Springs Community Library. 11 am. 512-771-3217 or email@example.com for information and volunteer opportunities. EVERY WEDNESDAY • Dripping Springs Farmers Market. The Triangle (Highway 290/ Ranch Road 12) 3 pm to 7 pm. cityofdrippingsprings.com. • Open Mic at Mercer Street Dance Hall hosted by Nick Gatewood. www. mercerstreetdancehall.com. • Wednesdays with Carl Weathersby at Hudson’s on Mercer. hudsonsonmercer.com. • Mah-Jongg Open Play. 1 pm to 4 pm at Dripping Springs Community Library. Beginners welcome. 501 Sportsplex Drive, dscl.org or 512-858-7825 for details. FIRST AND THIRD WEDNESDAYS • Knit One, Read Too meets at 4:30 pm at the Dripping Springs Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive. All ages welcome; knitting instructors provided courtesy of The Sated Sheep, dscl.org or 512-858-7825. SECOND WEDNESDAY • Free Alzheimer’s Support Group meets at Arveda Alzheimer’s Family Care. RSVP to 512-637-5400. www.arvedacare.com. THIRD THURSDAYS • Dripping Springs Cookers Club. Meets ar 6:30 pm in varying locations. Email dscookers@
gmail.com for more info.. EVERY THURSDAY • Alzheimer’s Respite Care at Harmony Place. Respite program for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias provides a safe, loving, respectful, and fun place for loved ones while caregivers have the opportunity to rest, run errands, and have time to themselves. Lunch is provided as well as fun activities, laughter, and loving care. There is no cost to participants. 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. www.dspres. org. • Hill Country Jam at Mercer Street Dance Hall with Doug Moreland. Free admission. 7:30 pm. www.mercerstreetdancehall.com. • Thyme and Dough Bistro Nights with live music, dinners and decadent desserts. 6 pm to 9 pm. 512-894-0001. FIRST THURSDAYS • Dripping Springs American Legion 7 pm. 512-858-5637. • Nonfiction Addiction Book Club meets at the Dripping Springs Community Library from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. New members are always welcome. dscl.org, 512-858-7825. • First Thursday. Participating businesses offer special events from 5 pm to 9 pm. www. destinationdrippingsprings.com. FIRST AND THIRD THURSDAY • Lions Club meets at 131 East Mercer Street. 512-858-5159. • Gardeners on the Porch. Hays County Master Gardeners answer local gardening questions. 3 pm to 6 pm at Dripping Springs Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive. Visit the web site at dscl.org or call 512-8587825 for details. SECOND THURSDAYS • Knights of Columbus, Council 11695, meets at the St Martin de Porres Parrish Hall on Post Oak Road, at 7:30 pm. Preceded by a pot luck dinner. • Charlotte’s Book Club, a book-centered roundtable discussion group for adults, meets at the Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive, at 6 pm. For more information visit the web site at dscl.org or call 512-858-7825. THIRD THURSDAYS • Dripping Springs VFW meets. 27500 Ranch Road 12. 7 pm. 512-858-5637. • Thirsty Thursday’s. At City Hall, 511 West Mercer Street. Poets, musicians, songwriters and storytellers share their talents. Free admission. Sponsored by City of Dripping Springs and New Life Lutheran Church. 7 pm, Dripping Springs Ranch Park. 512-858-2024. FOURTH THURSDAY • Photographers of Dripping Springs (PODS). Meetings held in the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit Parish Hall at 301 Hays Country Acres Road. 6:30 PM. www. photographersofds.us. EVERY FRIDAY • Men’s Breakfast at Fitzhugh Baptist Church. 6:30 am. 512-913-4808. SECOND FRIDAY • Women in Confidence Brown Bag Workshop, a lunchtime forum addressing legal and financial issues for women with local attorney, Jennifer Cochran-Green and financial advisor Amy Colton, meets at 11:30 am at Dripping Springs Community Library, 501 Sportsplex Drive, dscl.org. Topics vary; RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-858-7825. EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY • Dance Lessons at Mercer Street Dance Hall. 7:30 pm. mercerstreetdancehall.com.
May 2017 CALENDAR, from page 6 EVERY FRIDAY - SUNDAY • Craft beer and spirits tastings, cocktail bar, restaurant, tours and 27-acre property on which to play at Treaty Oak Brewing & Distillery Co. 16604 Fitzhugh Road. Check the web site for current hours at TreatyOakDistilling.com, 972-974-0166. SECOND & FOURTH SATURDAY • Pet Adoption Sponsored by Thundering Paws Animal Sanctuary. Tractor Supply. 512402-9725. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY • Live music and food at Twisted X Brewing Company. 512-829-5323, TexMexBeer.com. MAY 4 • Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for Canyon Cycles and JAM Boutique for Moms, Babies & Kids next door. Two separate businesses, one grand opening. 5 pm at 750A/B Old Fitzhugh Road. • Bon Voyage Party for Doug Moreland at Mercer Street Dancehall. Your last opportunity to catch Doug Moreland before he packs up the RV and takes his family on an extended road trip. 8 pm. www.mercerstreetdancehall. com. MAY 6 • Market Day. Art, crafts, unique mostly hand made items, plus food, music and fun at Veterans Memorial Park (aka the Triangle). 10 am to 4 pm. • Crawfish Boil and Texas Hills Motorcycle Show. Proof & Cooper, 18710 Hamilton Pool Road. Noon to 4 pm. proofandcooper.com. • Wine Tour and Pairing Experience at Bell Springs Winery. www.bellspringswinery.com. • Hill Country Rally for Kids Gala. The Gala is the years opening event for the Hill Country Rally for Kids. The attendees are given “the state of the union” presentation concerning last year’s contribution levels, trends, and the current year’s goals. Live music, dancing, dinner, auction items, and adult beverages. Ticket required, sponsorships available. Hog Heaven. www.hcrally.com/gala. MAY 7 • Starrs on Mercer Wine Tour #2. Meet at Starrs on Mercer at 209 Mercer Street at 1 pm. Cost is $50 (with a 50% off any one item in the store coupon). No men or anyone under 21 years of age. Call the store at 512-858-4100 or stop by to buy your ticket. • Barks for Beer at Treaty Oak. Divine Canine dogs along with live music, cocktails and beer, plus brunch. www.treatyoakdistilling.com. • “We Care.” Information meeting for caregivers of aging parents, spouse or anyone who provides care for another person. 4 pm in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church, 203 Highway 290 West. MAY 13 • Philderness Music Festival ‘17. Gate opens at 4 pm. $15 donation. Free primititve camping, BYOB. Lineup includes: Bottom Dollar String Band at 5 pm; Hot Texas Swing Band at 6:15 pm; Unfaithful Servants at 8 pm; and Ghosts Along the Brazos at 9:30 pm. Bring your own chair, wear sturdy shoes. Call Phillip at 512919-0972 with questions. MAY 13, 20 • Ella Reid Band at Homespun Kitchen a n d B a r. 4 : 3 0 p m t o 7 : 3 0 p m . w w w. homespunkitchenandbar.com. MAY 14 • Happy Mother’s Day! • 3 Chord Rodeo. Mercer Street Dancehall. www.mercerstreetdancehall.com. MAY 20 • Redbud Artisan Market. This all-handmade
artisan show, features the unique works of more than 60 Texas artisans. Indoors at Dripping Springs Ranch Park, find pottery, jewelry, wall art, metal art, home goods, outdoor decor, sewn items, soaps, glass art and much more unique fine art and craft, as well as great local music, food and local wine. Admission is just $1 to benefit Helping Hands. Kids can make a free, simple craft and parking is free. For more information, email email@example.com. • Katha and Brent at Bell Springs Winery. Live music. 3 pm to 5 pm. 3700 Bell Springs Road. kathaharris.com. • A Night to Remember Fundraiser (Wimberley). Dinner dance with live jazz, buffet, live auction and bucket raffles, cash prizes and chance to win a 2017 Jeep Patriot. Wimberley Community Center. saintmaryswimberley.com. • Crawfish Boil. Proof & Cooper, 18710 Hamilton Pool Road. Noon to 4 p m . proofandcooper.com. JUNE 2 • Dale Watson. Mercer Street Dancehall. www.mercerstreetdancehall.com. JUNE 3 • RED Arena Round Up. Free family fun, with no charge to park or enter. Bring the kids to cheer on riders of all abilities in this 7th annual horse show. Enjoy bounce houses, games, petting zoo and mini horses. Donations for BBQ, snow cones, raffles and huge silent auction. Under the covered arena at DSRP. Proceeds from the event benefit programs at RED Arena, empowering individuals with disabilities through horses. More info at REDarena.org. •
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