Additional details will be provided as plans are finalized by our WCHOA Board.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer to help with the event or if you want to donate a drawing prize.
Lifelong Learning-San Marcos is a volunteer, nonprofit whose goal is to foster pleasurable, personal growth. Quarterly, we offer a variety of classes and lectures filled with social interaction.
The instructors are dynamic experts in their fields who enjoy interacting with inquisitive older adults. The classes and lectures are at convenient locations with easy parking.
Whether you’re fifty or ninety, you’ll find courses to fit your interest, and you’ll meet instructors and fellow-learners who share those interests.
Click here for a list of the upcoming courses.
A NEIGHBOR NEEDS YOUR HELP
Black lab needs a home: We are currently fostering Lori. All adoption fees are waived via WAG! She is a wonderful black lab mix. I think she is younger than she looks, maybe prematurely grey. Likely 6-9 years old. Great manners, house-trained, loves all people and does not react to deer or other dogs, great on a leash, medium level energy, and knows all of the basic commands.
She really wants a forever home and deserves one. I believe she has many years left on earth and is just plain good. I should be in a home without other dogs I have been told. Shots are current. Flea and Heartworm prevention current as well. Approximately 60 pounds.
Contact Julie at email@example.com.
BRUSHY WASTE DROP OFF
Drop Off Brushy Waste on Saturday, September 14, between 8:00 am and 1:00 pm.
The City of San Marcos will host its monthly brush drop off event on the second Saturday of each month (weather permitting) in the field behind the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter, 750 River Road.
People wishing to drop off brush and other “green waste” must provide a copy of a City utility bill and unload their own material at the site.
Material that will be accepted includes tree/ brush trimmings and wood debris suitable for tub grinding. Brush containing barbed wire or other metals will not be accepted.
The service is open only to residential solid waste customers in San Marcos. Brush from commercial operations will not be accepted. Residents are invited to load and take ground-up mulch at the site.