Project Connect held a flood relief fund raiser at Hudson’s on Mercer on Wednesday May 15. The event sponsored by both Project Connect and Hudson’s on Mercer Street collected gift cards, cash, and checks to aid local flood relief efforts.
The Dripping Springs United Methodist Church Chancel Choir was able to do what most musicians just dream of— to travel to the Big Apple and perform at Carnegie Hall.
After hours of practice, practice, and even more practice, under the church’s Musical Director Adam Miller DSUMC Chance Choir members performed in the hallowed hall where names like Judy Garland, Tchaikovsky, and even Stevie Ray Vaughn have performed.
Dripping Springs City Council unanimously passed a resolution authorizing Mayor Todd Purcell to reduce or waive building permit fees related to disaster repair and construction, at its regular May 16 meeting.
The Friends Foundation is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization in Dripping Springs and is in dire need of volunteer drivers for their Our Daily Bread program, to deliver meals in the Greater Dripping Springs Area.
Dripping Springs City Council approved a Conditional Use Permit to allow onsite sale and consumption of alcohol at the property located at 400 W. Hwy 290, Building D, at its May 14thmeeting. The site, currently an empty lot, is expected to become the Truly (Texas Grown Wine) Cellars Tasting Room.