See attached flyer for more information for this month’s info-meeting.
“Herbs” Benefits and Usage is the topic of the monthly meeting at BHB Feed & Supply this month (January 24). Check it out.
BHB Feed & Supply has started their monthly meetings up again. Next one is December 20.
See attached flyer regarding the contest.
Tuesday, 11/29/16 @ 7 pm
Topic: “Traditional vs. NON-GMO vs Organic”
Speaker: Shane Gaffney
Our meeting this month is on a very popular topic “Backyard Chickens”. We have so many chicken farmers! It looks like we will have a good attendance. Please feel free to bring a chair if you like. We will have some chairs and some feed bags to sit upon.
An extraordinary series of lunar eclipses is about to begin. The action starts on April 15th when the full Moon passes through the amber shadow of Earth, producing a midnight eclipse visible across North America. So begins a lunar eclipse tetrad—a series of 4 consecutive total eclipses occurring at approximately six month intervals.
ITALY, Texas — Monolithic Dome homes all across the United States, including the dome complex off of Kinfolk Road in Italy, Texas, will be open for tours from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday, October 19th. Admission is free.
James and Joyce Hobbs have lived in Italy for three years and were delighted when their yard was chosen as “Yard of the Month.” It is very easy to see why. They have beautiful pumpkins, flowers and scare crows to bring in the fall season.
With a desire to make healthy eating more convenient for our community the Milford Titus Women has developed the Milford Farmers Market. Beginning Saturday, June 18th, the market will run Saturdays through October 15th from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Milford Park in downtown Milford, Texas.
The snow has come and the area is picturesque. Besides the beauty surrounding us, the weather has lent a hand in a wonderful past time that has been turning heads for ages. Just go outside and look around.
You know it is getting close to Christmas when you drive down Highway 35 in Italy, Texas and you see two large friendly snowmen bobbing back and forth as if they are welcoming in the Christmas season.