Events

Jun 16 Mon
Runnin’ Panther Hoop Camp @ LHHS Gym
9:00 am – Thursday @ 4:00 pm

Boys Basketball camp for incoming 2nd through 9th graders.

Registration forms and more info at www.libertyhill.txed.net.

Jun 20 Fri
Burnet County Fair @ Burnet Community Center, 401 E. Jackson Street, Burnet
10:00 am – Saturday @ 7:30 pm

For schedule and more information, visit www.burnetcountyfair.com

Jun 23 Mon
Panther Tennis Camp @ LH Tennis Courts next to LH Elementary School
9:30 am – Thursday @ 2:30 pm

Students in kindergarten through 11th grade are invited to participate in Panther Tennis Camp June 23-26 at the Liberty Hill Tennis Courts next to Liberty Hill Elementary School.

Players in grades Kindergarten through 3 will meet from 8:30-9:30 a.m.. Grades four through six meet from 9:30-11 a.m., and grades seven through 11 meet from 12:15-2:30 p.m.

Beginning players will learn the fundamentals of the basic tennis strokes including forehand, backhand, serve and volley as well as scoring and rules of the game.

Intermediate players will concentrate on consistent stroke production, court agility and strategy.

Players will need to bring their own racquet. For suggested guidelines, call or send email to Marcie Goza at (512) 289-0696 or mjgoza@aol.com.

Costs of the camp are $35 for grades K-3, $55 for grades 4-6 and $60 for grades 7-11. Checks should be made payable to Marcie Goza and mailed to 402 Spring Grove, Liberty Hill, TX 78642.

Jun 30 Mon
Soccer Camp @ Panther Stadium, Liberty Hill
8:00 am – Wednesday @ 10:30 am

Designed for incoming fifth grade through freshmen.

Find registration forms and more info at www.libertyhill.txed.net.

Jul 7 Mon
Summer Music Theater Camp @ Liberty Hill United Methodist Church
1:00 pm – Friday @ 4:00 pm

“On the Radio” is the mini-musical that will be produced by the 3rd Annual Summer Music Theater Camp.

This musical play is a journey through time featuring hits of the 20th Century, beginning with the Depression era through Elvis and The Beatles and ending with some of today’s favorites.

This camp is for students who will be in grades 3-7 when school begins in August.

The camp meets July 7-11 from  1-4 p.m. at Liberty Hill United Methodist Church. It is directed by Margaret Wofford, who taught elementary music for more than 17 years, 11 of which were in Liberty Hill.

Participants will explore all aspects of musical theater including singing, dancing, acting, props and scenery. Students will play games, practice music, learn lines and create some great art projects to use in the production. Everyone will get a chance to do it all!

The camp will close with a production of “On the Radio” at 3 p.m. on Friday, July 11, and the public is invited to attend.

Registration fees for the five-day camp include a script, materials, snacks and a camp T-shirt. Cost is $100 before June 20 and $110 for late registrations.

For more information, contact Mrs. Wofford at (512) 515-5461 or mwofford@angelo.edu.

Jul 28 Mon
Lady Panther Volleyball Camp @ LHHS Gym
7:30 am – Thursday @ 1:00 pm

Session I for 5th-7th graders is 7:30-10 a.m.

Session II for 8th and 9th graders is 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Registration forms and more info at www.libertyhill.txed.net.

State Championship Football Camp @ LHHS Practice Fields
8:00 am – Wednesday @ 12:00 pm

For registration form or more information, visit www.libertyhill.txed.net.

Aug 1 Fri
Panther Kickoff Party @ Panther Stadium
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Fundraiser for Liberty Hill All Sports Booster Club – BBQ Plates $10. Panther gear on sale.

Aug 2 Sat
Meals on Wheels BBQ Fundraiser @ Leander VFW Post 10427, 8760 FM 2243, Leander
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

LEANDER — Food, fellowship and family fun are all on tap for Saturday, August 2, when Meals on Wheels hosts a barbecue lunch and fundraiser at Leander VFW Post 10427. The post is located at 8760 FM 2243, just east of Highway 183 and 183A. Barbecue plates, complete with side dishes, are $10. Dell Computers has donated the brisket and sausage. The band Gilbert and Friends will provide musical entertainment, playing old-time country music, gospel and polkas. All proceeds from the barbecue and accompanying silent auction will benefit Meals on Wheels programs at 351 N. Bagdad Road, Leander. Approximately two dozen auction items – including a $700 necklace from Cedar Park Jewelry – will be put up for bid. Meals on Wheels serves about 1,200 clients in Williamson and Burnet counties, including clients in Liberty Hill. In addition to delivering hot lunches five days a week, the program provides emergency shelf-stable meals to its homebound clients during inclement weather. The local nonprofit also operates Senior Centers – where seniors gather for food and fellowship – including one at 351 N. Bagdad Road, Leander. WBC Opportunities’ Meals on Wheels also operates Senior Centers in Georgetown, Round Rock, Taylor, Burnet and Marble Falls. Although donations are accepted, senior citizens are not charged for these services and no clients are ever turned away because of an inability to pay. Typical lunches consist of an entrée – such as chicken or ham – plus a vegetable or salad, bread or rolls, milk and dessert. During 2013, Meals on Wheels served 144,000 hot lunches at its congregate sites and through home deliveries. Tickets for the August 2 barbecue and silent auction may be purchased in advance or at the door. Tickets are available at the Meals on Wheels Senior Center in Leander, 351 N. Bagdad Road. For more information call (512) 259-0288. Additionally, donations may be made by check to WBC Opportunities and mailed to 604 High Tech Drive, Georgetown, Texas, 78626. Online donations may be made at WBCO.net. Meals on Wheels is a program of Williamson Burnet County Opportunities, a non-profit organization that also serves Head Start and Early Head Start. WBCO also assists thousands in Williamson and Burnet counties with affordable housing and basic needs.

Aug 8 Fri
Tax Free Weekend
Aug 8 – Sunday all-day