Loving this weather and as I write this I’m praying we get the rain they’re forecasting for the week. By the time you read this, hopefully, we all have had some good rain.
Well, before you know it Vintage in Verdi (VNV) will be here. Kathryn (Kate) Jasik is starting her vendor introductions on social media and for those of you who don’t have or don’t want social media, I’ll put some of them here in the Verdilizer. The first introduction is herself, aka Lucky 1300. She will have European antiques, Persian rugs, carved wood and worn leather décor and so, so much more. She’s even going to be serving coffee from her booth!
Come out on December 6-7 to the greatest show in South Texas. It begins at 1 p.m. on Friday and yes, there is a small gate fee. Why? Because there is a lot that goes into putting on this kind of a show. When you pay for Friday it gets you in for Saturday as well. If you like supporting local businesses, entrepreneurs and friends, then this is the place to shop. There are great booths with a wide variety of things, great food, great music, and just a great time for adults and children. Rain or shine the show will go on. Please join us Friday and Saturday, December 6 and 7 for the 7th annual Vintage in Verdi outdoor market. Can’t wait! Stay tuned for more vendor introductions.
Saturday, September 21 from 10:30 a.m. until sold out, Charlie and Ermelinda Huizar will be selling BBQ plates and homemade fried pies at the Verdi Community Center. You can choose BBQ brisket, chicken and/or sausage with sides. They sell out fast so get there early.
Bible Study on Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. at the Verdi Community Center. This week the lesson will be on prayer.
Word for the Week: “When the root is bitterness, imagine what the fruit might be.” – Woodrow Kroll
My time is up and I thank you for yours.
TTFN (ta ta for now),