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We are lucky to be in Texas this time of year. Some of our summer blooming plants like hibiscus and bougainvillea are still giving us a show, and we can add in gorgeous fall blooming annuals and perennials. Just for fun, how about we focus on some purple beauties and create an area that will not only draw you to the garden but butterflies, bees and birds as well? It seems that we all love purple.

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White Tail Deer

Finally the biggest event in Texas hunting is here – Saturday, Nov. 1, is the season opener on deer across the Lone Star state. It’s a fact that white-tailed deer hunting in Texas provides an opportunity for more than 800,000 hunters to go afield and harvest America’s most abundant big game animal. It’s also a fact that deer hunters annually contribute more than $2 billion to the Texas economy.

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As thrill seekers flock to spook houses this October for their fright fix, a local paranormal investigation team explores real haunted locations in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana.

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Don’t miss your chance to hear Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Mason perform two nights at the Dosey Doe near The Woodlands on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and Thursday, Oct. 30.

As the co-founding member of the legendary band Traffic, Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam will take you back in time to perform timeless classic such as “Feelin’ Alright” and “Hole In My Shoe” plus songs from his newest release, Future’s Past.

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If you want a great place to spend next Saturday, Nov. 1, I have a suggestion for you! The Golden Triangle Rose Society is holding its Fall Rose Show at Tyrrell Park Garden Center at noon. They have invited the public to not only attend but to enter a rose in the contest Do you have a special rose in mind? Or you can just go and enjoy the Garden Center, which will be overflowing with the beautiful colors and fragrances of hundreds of freshly cut roses. How great is that!

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