? Tequila Distribution Industry Is Growing + March And April Fun – Patch

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Hello, people of North Austin-Pflugerville! Gabriela Couvillion here with a brand-new copy of the North Austin-Pflugerville Daily.

First, today’s weather:

Cooler; breezy in the morning. High: 58 Low: 40.

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Here are the top stories today in North Austin-Pflugerville:

  1. The city of Pflugerville has experienced a growth in the “tequila distribution industry” for the past two years. “Two companies started their own brands and distributorships in the city, and the owners of both said they have continued to grow their product sales and recognition.” One of them is “Verdadero Tequila” launched by Sean Barber from Round Rock in July of last year. The other one is “Dos Cuernos” tequila launched by Peter Trevino, Angel Gallegos and Sylvester Palacios in February 2020. “Local experts say continued growth in this area could be great not only for Pflugerville’s reputation but also its economy.” For more information visit: (Community Impact Newspaper)
  2. The staff at Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting various recreation projects for the whole family this spring, including E-sports, games and outdoor events. “All programs are at the Recreation Center unless otherwise noted.” For more information and for a complete list of activities, please see the Classes & Programs Calendar and visit: (Press Release Desk)
  3. “Animal adoptions, roller skating and March Madness,” Oh My! There is so much to do this March and April in Pflugerville and surrounding areas! Now that the weather is warming up, why not enjoy one or more of the many fun things to do in town? Gather the family, go out with friends, or go by yourself! For a list of events with details, please visit: (Community Impact Newspaper)
  4. On Friday, March 4, Austin’s “Travis County moved into Stage 2 of Austin Public Health’s COVID-19 Risk-Based Guidelines.” For more details, see austintexas.gov/COVID19 and visit: (Press Release Desk)

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Today in North Austin-Pflugerville:

  • Kindertots®N Tumble (18 mos – 3 yrs) at Pflugerville Recreation Center. (9 a.m.)
  • 4 Day Client Attraction Workshop by Energetic Alignment Academy via Zoom. (11 a.m.)
  • Canvas Project Virtual Event for Ages 12+ Hosted by Pflugerville Public Library. (2 p.m.)
  • Senior Movie Matinee: King Richard Movie Screening Starring Will Smith at Pflugerville Public Library. Registration required. (2 p.m.)
  • Pflugerville March Meeting with Lesli Fitzpatrick at Springhill Catfish. (6:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • “‘Telling a People’s Story,’ on loan from the Miami University Art Museum, will be available to view from now through April 1 at the Pflugerville Public Library. For the first time, African American children’s illustrated literature is the focus of a museum exhibition featuring art produced for book illustrations. The presentation of this genre offers a lens into the cultural, historical, and social makeup of African American cultural identity, while also shedding light on the long-neglected world of African American authors and illustrators in the pantheon of children’s literature. This exhibition was 3 years in the making and included guidance and contributions from librarians, scholars, children’s book authors and illustrators. ‘Telling A People’s Story’ is a celebration of the power of illustrated children’s books that showcases their story. An exhibit guide is located at the library’s host desk.” (Facebook)
  • Pet ‘Pfest’ is Wednesday, March 16 from 2-4 p.m. Visit with adoptable animals and local rescues while picking up a craft to take and make at home. Crafts for all ages will be available on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last. Adults 18 and over can enter online to win a prize package sponsored by the Friends of the Pflugerville Public Library. For complete details visit https://bit.ly/3oOFFOu.” (Facebook)
  • “Our next Pflugerville City Council meeting is Tuesday, March 8 at City Council Chambers, located at 100 E Main St, Suite 500. Our work session will begin at 6 p.m. with the regular meeting following at 7 p.m. Next week’s agenda is available online at pflugerville.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. Not able to make it in person? Watch the meeting live at pflugervilletx.gov/pftv or on Suddenlink’s Channel 17.” (Facebook)

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Gabriela Couvillion

About me: I’m an active mom of two grown sons and lifelong San Antonio resident. I received a BA in Spanish from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and in my free time I immerse myself in creative writing. Thanks for reading Patch, and feel free to reach out if you have any news and happenings you think may appeal to our readers!

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