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0 Rockport Police Dept | Holiday Message & Reminders

With the Holiday season upon us the Rockport Police would like to remind everyone of a few security measures to help keep you and your property safe. LOCK your home and car, even if you will only be away for a few minutes. Lock all of the doors and windows in your home. Keep the garage door closed. Do not leave valuables in your vehicle or keep them out of sight. And lock your car. When you do venture out to do your Christmas shopping always park in a well-lit area and be aware of your surroundings. Report any suspicious activity.

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0 Harbor Playhouse | "A Christmas Carol" | Nov 18 - Dec 18

This timeless classic is a spectacular musical, which tells the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge as he goes through a series of strange events after being warned by his former business partner Jacob Marley to change his ways. This brilliant musical follows Scrooge on Christmas Eve, as he is visited by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, which leads him to ultimately discover the true spirit of Christmas. Nov 18 - Dec 18, 7:30 pm, Fri Sat 2:30pm Sun. http://www.harborplayhouse.com/2016-a-christmas-carol

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15 Farrell Electric Service | "No Job is Too Small!"

Kevin Farrell, Owner & Electrician
115 Bufflehead Lane
Rockport, Texas 78382
(512)917-4049
TheBestElectrician@yahoo.com

I am a licensed Electrical Contractor serving the central and south Texas area. I take great pride in my work and reputation. I am experienced in commercial and residential electrical work from new construction to service calls. Free quotes. No job is too small.

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10 Wind Way Gallery | Featuring Gifts, Small Works by Our Nine Artists

203 South Austin Street
Rockport, Texas 78382
(361)790-8331
windwayart@gmail.com
www.windwaygallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 10-5pm; Sun 1-4pm
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As 2016 begins to wind down, the artists of Wind Way Gallery express their sincere appreciation for all our wonderful friends and patrons. During this holiday season we will feature great gift ideas for you from our gallery, featuring small works by our nine Wind Way Gallery artists. We will also offer new mosaics by Bill Norton, one of a kind original jewelry by Joyce McAdams, handmade Christmas cards by Susie Black, and brass canvas paintings by Matt Tumlinson. The marvelous jewelry of Diane Johnson is always featured, and we are proud to represent internationally known sculptor Kent Ullberg.

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0 Recipe | "Peppermint Hot Chocolate" by Kayla Butts

It finally dropped below unbelievably hot yesterday, so I decided to get into the holiday spirit with some hot chocolate. I went to put a few drops of vanilla into my usual homemade hot chocolate and realized the only extract in my pantry was peppermint! Thus, came the inspiration for this simple, (almost) guilt-free holiday treat.

I love the sinful, sugary drinks of Starbucks. I could probably drink a new one every day and never find one I didn't like. However, they don't like me back. Even with skim milk and no whipped cream, those flavored lattes are so loaded with sugar my blood sugar is up and down faster than a public toilet seat.

This drink is satisfying without leaving a sugar hangover. Just for fun, I've included the nutrient analysis from the Peppermint Mocha from Starbucks and my Peppermint Hot Chocolate.

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0 The World According to Bella | "Holiday Countdown"

My stocking has been hung by the chimney with care and Mrs. S is in her usual frenzy baking away. Too bad I’ve been feeling a little sick the past few days. I don't have much of an appetite to even enjoy the dropped crumbs. Perhaps I may have overdone the feasting thing out in the woods.

It all started out with my usual walk to the mailbox. I got sidetracked when several new smells filled the air. Even with snow cover I managed to dig out a buffet bonanza right along the road near my neighbor’s yard. Deer parts were everywhere. By the time we got home Mr. C was forced to make several trades with me. Lucky they still had leftover turkey which works for me. Soon after our walk we left the lake for the cities. With only 20 minutes left in the trip I started to feel real sick. I tried to let Mr. C know he should stop but it seemed like he was ignoring me. With no warning I moved up toward the front seat from the back of the van and very neatly I must say threw up in the center console, filling it up to the brim. Poor Mr. C had to clean it up. He was not happy. I went to bed. with a bad tummy ache.
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