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August 21, 2018
501 E Hopkins Street
August 31, 2018
501 E Hopkins Street
September 11, 2018
630 E Hopkins Street
September 22, 2018
555 Cheatham Street
October 6, 2018
100 Carlson Circle
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November 1, 2017, 5:00 AM - November 21, 2017, 8:00 PM @ Location dependent upon time slot chosen. See registration for time slot locations.
The Winter Polespear Tournament will be three weeks long where participants will have the opportunity to legally spearfish non-native, invasive tilapia and suckermouth catfish, as well as remove red-rimmed melania and giant ramshorn snails.
Participants will be allowed to register for three time slots, each timeslot 5 hours long. After you have registered on Event Bee, email Nick Menchaca at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for your time slots.
We will have prizes for: Most weight removed: First, Second and Third; Top Haul: First, Second and Third; Most Suckermouth catfish; First Tilapia; Heaviest Suckermouth Catfish; Heaviest Tilapia; Shortest Suckermouth Catfish; Shortest Tilapia; Most Snails; Most Trash Removed.
Don't pass up on your only legal opportunity to spearfish in the upper San Marcos River!
November 13, 2017, 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Activity Center
The City of San Marcos Arts Commission wants your input regarding proposed public art.
Four artists have been chosen to present their detailed proposals and to-scale maquettes for public discussion. The goals for these designs are to create sculpture that beautifies San Marcos, promotes tourism, and highlights endangered species existing solely in the San Marcos River.
The final Texas Kinetic Blind Salamander Sculpture will be placed in the City’s sculpture garden located in front of the San Marcos Activity Center. The final Texas Wild Rice Sculpture will be placed near the San Marcos River.
For moreinformation on the sculpture finalists and their existing bodies of work, visit out their websites:
Texas Blind Salamander Sculpture Finalists:
Robertus Van der Wege: https://www.vanderwege.com
John King: https://www.johnkingarts.com
Texas Wild Rice Sculpture Finalists:
Joe Barrington: http://www.redstarstudio.com
Christopher Lattanzio: http://chrislattanzio.com