Friday the 13th National Peanut Day National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day Uncle Sam Day National Blame Someone Else Day National Celiac Disease Awareness Day National Bald is Beautiful Day
Quote of the Day: Keep Calm and carry on with your life as usual. Friday the 13th is just another normal day. – I, Verner. Your Buddy.
Music of the Day:
Elvis may have been the King but Johnny Cash was the Legend and still is a Legend. Since today is Friday the 13th, I am presenting this song:
Johnny Cash – Ghost Riders In The Sky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mynzbmrtp9I
On This Day In History: 1503 Michelangelo begins work on his statue of David.
1906 1st airplane flight in Europe
1922 The Straw Hat Riot begins in New York City as people protest the right to wear straw hats beyond the accepted end date of September 15
1925 1st US University for African American, Xavier University, opens in New Orleans
1955 Swiss inventor George de Mestral is granted a patent for what would become known as Velcro
1956 IBM introduces the RAMAC 305, 1st commercial computer with a hard drive that uses magnetic disk storage, weighs over a ton
1965 Today Show was 1st broadcasted in full color
1965 Beatles release "Yesterday" and won 1st Grammy, for Best Group of 1964
1969 Plastic Ono Band's (John, Yoko & Eric Clapton) 1st live performance
1969 "Scooby-Doo Where are You" by Hanna-Barbera debuts on CBS in the US
1970 IBM announces System 370 computer
1971 World Hockey Association forms
1977 General Motors introduces 1st US diesel auto (Oldsmobile 88)
1978 1st flight of McDonnell Douglas F-18A Hornet
1980 1st United Negro College Fund
1985 Super Mario Bros game first appears, created by Shigeru Miyamoto at Nintendo
2001 Civilian aircraft traffic resumes in the U.S. after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
2001 Relative calm returns to world oil markets as US retail gasoline prices return to normal levels; energy trading by Houston energy companies resumes and limited commercial aviation starts
2012 Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev calls for Russian punk band Pussy Riot to be freed
2018 Spanish parliament votes to exhume former dictator Francisco Franco from the Valley of the Fallen
Uncle Sam Day
On September 13, the United States recognizes Uncle Sam Day in commemoration of the man behind the iconic image. The fascinating nickname for the United States government was born on September 13, 1766.
Sam Wilson, a meatpacker from New York, supplied barrels of meat to soldiers during the war of 1812. To identify the meat for shipment, Wilson prominently stamped “U.S.” on the barrels. It wasn’t long before the soldiers dubbed the grub a delivery from Uncle Sam. As such nicknames tend to do, its popularity spread.
The first illustration of Uncle Sam is unlike the one we know today. Published by Harper’s Weekly in 1861, the young government representative (a starred bandana on his head and wearing a striped vest) is depicted dividing up Virginia like a butcher. Through the years, the image of Uncle Sam would take many forms.
Credit is given to German-born illustrator and cartoonist Thomas Nast for developing the long-legged Uncle Sam we know today. With the starred top hat and striped pants, the Uncle Sam debut in Harper’s Weekly, also. He took on many issues with Nast as his illustrator. Some of the issues topics included Boss Tweed, Union recruitment, and Reconstruction.
During the modern era, Uncle Sam obtained some color. The United States Army awarded Montgomery Flagg with the artwork for the familiar portrait used in the “I Want You For The U.S. Army” campaign during World War I. It first appeared on the cover of Leslie’s Weekly, an illustrated literary and news magazine.
HOW TO OBSERVE #UncleSamDay Share your memories of Uncle Sam and Uncle Sam lore.
UNCLE SAM DAY HISTORY President George H. W. Bush proclaimed Uncle Sam Day to be September 13, 1989, in honor of the anniversary of the birth of Samuel Wilson. It coincided with the bicentennial celebration of the City of Troy, New York where Wilson lived and worked. The City of Troy requested the designation of the President.
On September 7, 1961, through concurrent resolutions, Congress officially named Uncle Sam a permanent symbol of American strength and idealism.
National Celiac Disease Awareness Day
Every year on September 13, National Celiac Disease Awareness Day encourages us to support those with the auto-immune disease affecting 3 million people.
Those with celiac disease avoid gluten due to the immune response that damages the villi in the small intestine. Over time, the damage prevents absorption of nutrients into the body. Grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and even some oat products contain gluten. The destruction is irreversible and the only known treatment is a carefully controlled diet.
National Celiac Awareness Day promotes the importance of diagnosis as well as bringing resources and support to those who have already been diagnosed. Alternative meal preparation, diet suggestions, and celiac support groups help families provide nutritional lifestyles.
HOW TO OBSERVE #CeliacDiseaseAwarenessDay Share your tips and resources on this National Day. Offer to serve a completely gluten-free meal for a loved one or friend you know who has celiac and be mindful of their needs at future gatherings. Ask for recipes to add to your collection for your reference. To find out more visit beyondceliac.org or glutenfreeworks.com.
HISTORY OF CELIAC DISEASE AWARENESS DAY The United States Senate passed a unanimous resolution in 2005 supporting Celiac Disease Awareness Day on September 13. The day recognized the birthday of Dr. Samuel Gee, the physician who first published literature on the nature of celiac disease and the need for a diet to treat the disease. The Senate continued to call for National Celiac Disease Awareness Day annually until 2011.
Friday the 13th
It's Friday the 13th! This date has been associated with bad luck for centuries. Many people believe that this day is cursed and in an almost Halloween-like atmosphere, tell spooky tales about misfortunes that have taken place on this day. The fear of Friday the 13th has been called paraskevidekatriaphobia, from the Greek words Paraskeví (meaning "Friday"), and dekatreís (meaning "thirteen"), and while it may seem like an outdated concept to fear the day, the superstition still lives.
According to some estimations, the world loses $700 to $800 million in revenue on Friday the 13th because people do not want to conduct business. And it's not just that, 80 percent of the high rise buildings reportedly skip the 13th floor and many airports and hospitals skip gate 13 and room 13, respectively. The fear of the number 13 has also been given a scientific name: "triskaidekaphobia."
Several theories have been proposed about the origin of the Friday the 13th superstition. But the one that we like the most is that in numerology the number twelve is considered the number of divine organizational arrangement or chronological completeness, as reflected in the twelve months of the year, twelve hours of the clock day, twelve gods of Olympus, twelve tribes of Israel, twelve Apostles of Jesus, the twelve successors of Muhammad in Shia Islam, twelve signs of the Zodiac, the 12 years of the Buddhist cycle, etc., whereas the number thirteen was considered irregular, transgressing this completeness.
How to celebrate Friday the 13th:
Your Buddy Verner suggests that you should have a Friday the 13th Movie Marathon and invite your family and friends to join you. Nyah ha ha ha! :)
'Friday The 13th' Movie Quotes To Celebrate The Spooky And Unlucky Day
From The 1980 ‘Friday the 13th’ Movie: “It’s not bad enough to have Friday the 13th, we’ve gotta have a full moon, too. We keep statistics. We have more accidents, more rapes, more robberies, more homicides, more of everything when there’s a full moon. It upsets people. Makes them nuts.” -- Sgt. Tierney (Ronn Carroll)
From The 1981 ‘Friday the 13th Part 2’ Movie:
“I don’t wanna scare anyone, but I’m gonna give it to you straight about Jason. His body was never recovered from the lake after he drowned. And if you listen to the old-timers in town, they’ll tell you he’s still out there, some sort of demented creature, surviving in the wilderness, full grown by now ... stalking ... stealing what he needs, living off wild animals and vegetation. Some folks claim they’ve even seen him, right in this area. The girl that survived the night at Camp Blood, that ... Friday the 13th? She claimed she saw him. She disappeared two months later ... vanished. Blood was everywhere. No one knows what happened to her. Legend has it that Jason saw his mother beheaded that night. Then, he took his revenge, a revenge he continued to seek if anyone ever enters his wilderness again.” -- Paul (John Furey)
From The 1988 ‘Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood’ Movie:
“There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but NOT dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees’ curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. NO ONE can.” -- Narrator (Walt Gorney)
From The 1989 ‘Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan’ Movie
“Walking corpses are not real.” -- Charles McCulloch (Peter Mark Richman)
“There was this boy named Jason Voorhees who drowned in Crystal Lake about 30 years ago. None of the counselors heard him. A bunch of years went by, and everyone forgot about it. And that’s when the murders started to happen ... His mother blamed the counselors for her son’s death, and she tried to kill them all, but she got her head chopped off by one of them. Legend has it that Jason came back to get even, vowing to kill every teenager in the area. And every now and then, the murders just start up.” -- Jim Miller (Todd Caldecott)
From The 2009 ‘Friday the 13th’ Movie
[After handing over a hockey stick to Jason.] “Are you looking for this? Because, uh, it completes your outfit” -- Chewie (Aaron Yoo)
“Jason, say ‘Hi’ to Mommy ... In hell.” -- Whitney Miller (Amanda Righetti)
National Bald is Beautiful Day
National Bald is Beautiful Day on September 13th honors noggins without hair. Being bald brings a beauty all its own.
Not only does baldness come in many forms, but it also comes with some convenience. For men especially, the cost of hair products and haircuts is reduced. Additionally, reduced grooming time for men who find no more hair on time must be a relief.
However, hair loss can be considered stressful for both men and women. Whether the cause is due to illness, medication, family heritage or age, most people hope to keep their hair for as long as possible.
Bald is beautiful in so many ways. By going bald, we shed our vanity regarding our hair. Baldness is a vulnerability. Those who have hair loss of any kind know this feeling. Facing it head-on by taking off what once might have been a mantel of glory takes courage.
Others may choose baldness. The inconvenience of haircare is more than they have time for. They prefer the shiny and smooth pate over the maintenance of a regular haircut. However, once shorn, they do need to maintain the shave and wear sun protection. The newly shorn scalp is sensitive to the sun.
Whatever the reason, most find baldness freeing. Some even shave to support a friend going through an illness. Their solidarity is a visual reminder that they are not alone.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NATIONALBALDISBEAUTIFULDAY No need for hats, scarfs or cover-ups of any kind. Let it all shine!
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News discussion time! There are five, yes FIVE topics for discussion in this news article. So pick your favorite topic or all five topics to discuss, put on your thinking hat and let’s bring it on!
Tuesday, 21st April 2020: Donald Jerome Driver, Monday, 20th April 2020: Kyler Cole Murray, Sunday, 19th April 2020: Tommy Nobis, Saturday, 18th April 2020: Jason Raynard Peters, Friday, 17th April 2020: Michael Strahan, Thursday, 16th April 2020: Roberto Garza, Tuesday, 14th April 2020: John Matthew Stafford, Monday, 13th April 2020: Donald Rogers Maynard, Sunday, 12th April 2020: Ryan Timothy Tannehill III, Saturday, 11th April 2020: Adrian Peterson, Friday, 10th April 2020: Earl Thomas, Thursday, 9th April 2020: Richard Lane, Wednesday, 8th April 2020: Andrew Gregory Dalton, Tuesday, 7th April 2020: LaDainian Tomlinson, Monday, 6th April 2020: Drew Brees, Sunday, 5th April 2020: Melvin Lacy Renfro, Saturday, 4th April 2020: Mike Singletary, Friday, 3rd April 2020: Patrick Lavon Mahomes II, Thursday, 2nd April 2020: Raymond Clayborn, Wednesday, 1st April 2020: Bobby Layne, Tuesday, 31st March 2020: Priest Holmes, Monday, 30th March 2020: Nicholas Edward Foles,
Tuesday, 24th March 2020: Bobby Layne, Monday, 23rd March 2020: John Matthew Stafford, Sunday, 22nd March 2020: Adrian Peterson, Saturday, 21st March 2020: Melvin Lacy Renfro, Friday, 20th March 2020: Earl Thomas, Thursday, 19th March 2020: Michael Strahan, Wednesday, 18th March 2020: Tommy Nobis, Tuesday, 17th March 2020: Mike Singletary, Monday, 16th March 2020: Earl Campbell, Sunday, 15th March 2020: Roberto Garza, Friday, 13th March 2020: Merton Edward Hanks, Thursday, 12th March 2020: Raymond Clayborn, Wednesday, 11th March 2020: Michael Strahan, Tuesday, 10th March 2020: Donald Rogers Maynard, Monday, 9th March 2020: John Anthony Randle, Sunday, 8th March 2020: Priest Holmes, Saturday, 7th March 2020: Kyler Cole Murray, Friday, 6th March 2020: LaDainian Tomlinson, Thursday, 5th March 2020: Richard Lane, Wednesday, 4th March 2020: Drew Brees, Tuesday, 3rd March 2020: Patrick Lavon Mahomes II, Monday, 2nd March 2020: Ryan Timothy Tannehill III,
Monday, 24th February 2020: Golden-Fronted Woodpecker (Melanerpes aurifrons), Sunday, 23rd February 2020: Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos), Saturday, 22nd February 2020: Scissor-tailed Flycatcher (Tyrannus forficatus), Friday, 21st February 2020: Brown-Headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater), Thursday, 20th February 2020: Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), Wednesday, 19th February 2020: Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus), Tuesday, 18th February 2020: Eurasian Collared-Dove (Streptopelia decaocto), Monday, 17th February 2020: Violet Green Swallow (Tachycineta thalassina), Sunday, 16th February 2020: Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis), Saturday, 15th February 2020: Neotropic Cormorant (Phalacrocorax brasilianus), Friday, 14th February 2020: Red-headed Woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus), Thursday, 13th February 2020: Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway), Wednesday, 12th February 2020: Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus), Tuesday, 11th February 2020: Purple Gallinule (Porphyrio martinicus), Monday, 10th February 2020: Le Conte’s Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii), Sunday, 9th February 2020: Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), Saturday, 8th February 2020: Tricolored Heron (Egretta tricolor), Friday, 7th February 2020: Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus), Thursday, 6th February 2020: Swallow-tailed Kite (Elanoides forficatus), Wednesday, 5th February 2020: Montezuma Quail (Cyrtonyx montezumae), Tuesday, 4th February 2020: Harris's Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus), Monday, 3rd February 2020: Lesser Prairie-Chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus),
Friday, 31st January 2020: Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias), Thursday, 30th January 2020: Swallow-tailed Kite (Elanoides forficatus), Wednesday, 29th January 2020: Brown-Headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater), Tuesday, 28th January 2020: Eurasian Collared-Dove (Streptopelia decaocto), Monday, 27th January 2020: Neotropic Cormorant (Phalacrocorax brasilianus), Sunday, 26th January 2020: Hooded Merganser (Lophodytes cucullatus), Saturday, 25th January 2020: Harris's Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus), Thursday, 23rd January 2020: Red-headed Woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus), Wednesday, 22nd January 2020: Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), Tuesday, 21st January 2020: Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), Monday, 20th January 2020: Montezuma Quail (Cyrtonyx montezumae), Sunday, 19th January 2020: Scissor-tailed Flycatcher (Tyrannus forficatus), Saturday, 18th January 2020: Le Conte’s Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii), Friday, 17th January 2020: Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia), Thursday, 16th January 2020: Tricolored Heron (Egretta tricolor), Wednesday, 15th January 2020: Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway), Tuesday, 14th January 2020: Purple Gallinule (Porphyrio martinicus), Monday, 13th January 2020: Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos), Sunday, 12th January 2020: Lesser Prairie-Chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus), Monday, 6th January 2020: Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus),
Wednesday, 1st January 2020: Prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.), Tuesday, 31st December 2019: Spiderwort (Tradescantia spp.), Monday, 30th December 2019: Blackfoot daisy (Melampodium leucanthum), Saturday, 28th December 2019: Common sunflower (Helianthus annuus), Friday, 27th December 2019: Rain lily (Cooperia pedunculata), Thursday, 26th December 2019: Gayfeather (Liatris mucronata), Wednesday, 25th December 2019: Beach morning glory (Ipo-moea stolonifera), Tuesday, 24th December 2019: Coreopsis (Coreopsis spp.), Monday, 23rd December 2019: Verbena (Verbena spp.), Sunday, 22nd December 2019: Mexican hat (Ratibida colum-naris), Saturday, 21st December 2019: Brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), Friday, 20th December 2019: White prickly poppy (Argemone albiflora), Thursday, 19th December 2019: Spotted beebalm (Monarda spp.), Wednesday, 18th December 2019: Texas thistle (Cirsium texanum), Tuesday, 17th December 2019: Pink evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa), Monday, 16th December 2019: Texas bluebell (Eustoma grandiflorum), Sunday, 15th December 2019: Indian paintbrush (Castilleja spp.), Saturday, 14th December 2019: Drummond phlox (Phlox drummondii), Friday, 13th December 2019: Winecup (Callirhoë involucrata), Thursday, 12th December 2019: Eryngo (Eryngium leavenworthii), Wednesday, 11th December 2019: Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa), Tuesday, 10th December 2019: Spider lily (Hymenocallis liriosme), Monday, 9th December 2019: Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis),
Sunday, 1st December 2019: Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa), Saturday, 30th November 2019: Spiderwort (Tradescantia spp.), Friday, 29th November 2019: Spider lily (Hymenocallis liriosme), Thursday, 28th November 2019: Eryngo (Eryngium leavenworthii), Wednesday, 27th November 2019: Common sunflower (Helianthus annuus), Tuesday, 26th November 2019: Pink evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa), Monday, 25th November 2019: Mexican hat (Ratibida colum-naris), Tuesday, 22nd October 2019: Blackfoot daisy (Melampodium leucanthum), Monday, 21st October 2019: Texas bluebell (Eustoma grandiflorum), Sunday, 20th October 2019: White prickly poppy (Argemone albiflora), Saturday, 19th October 2019: Brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), Friday, 18th October 2019: Verbena (Verbena spp.), Thursday, 17th October 2019: Spotted beebalm (Monarda spp.), Wednesday, 16th October 2019: Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis), Tuesday, 15th October 2019: Drummond phlox (Phlox drummondii), Monday, 14th October 2019: Texas lantana (Lantana urti-coides or L. horrida), Saturday, 12th October 2019: Indian paintbrush (Castilleja spp.), Friday, 11th October 2019: Coreopsis (Coreopsis spp.), Thursday, 10th October 2019: False dragonhead (Physostegia spp.), Wednesday, 9th October 2019: Prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.), Tuesday, 8th October 2019: Winecup (Callirhoë involucrata), Monday, 7th October 2019: Texas thistle (Cirsium texanum),
Saturday, 28th September 2019: James Richard "Rick" Perry, Friday, 27th September 2019: Mark Wells White Jr, Thursday, 26th September 2019: Tommy Nobis, Wednesday, 25th September 2019: John Bowden Connally Jr, Tuesday, 24th September 2019: Earl Campbell, Saturday, 21st September 2019: Clara Driscoll, Friday, 20th September 2019: Dolph Briscoe Jr, Thursday, 19th September 2019: Preston Earnest Smith, Wednesday, 18th September 2019: William Perry Clements Jr, Tuesday, 17th September 2019: Charlie Nesbitt Wilson, Monday, 16th September 2019: Raymond Clayborn, Sunday, 15th September 2019: Ann Richards, Saturday, 14th September 2019: George Walker Bush, Friday, 13th September 2019: Priest Holmes, Thursday, 12th September 2019: Lloyd Bentsen, Wednesday, 11th September 2019: Bessie Coleman, Tuesday, 10th September 2019: Lizzie Johnson, Monday, 9th September 2019: Lyndon Baines Johnson, Sunday, 8th September 2019: Gregory Wayne Abbott, Saturday, 7th September 2019: Barbara Jordan, Friday, 6th September 2019: Sam Houston, Monday, 2nd September 2019: Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson
Wednesday, 29th August 2019: William Perry Clements Jr, Wednesday, 28th August 2019: Angelina Eberly, Tuesday, 27th August 2019: Barbara Jordan, Monday, 26th August 2019: Ann Richards, Sunday, 25th August 2019: Mark Wells White Jr, Saturday, 24th August 2019: Clara Driscoll, Friday, 23rd August 2019: Raymond Clayborn, Thursday, 22nd August 2019: Susana Dickinson, Wednesday, 21st August 2019: Charlie Nesbitt Wilson, Tuesday, 20th August 2019: Lloyd Bentsen, Monday, 19th August 2019: Lyndon Baines Johnson, Sunday, 18th August 2019: Bessie Coleman, Saturday, 17th August 2019: Tommy Nobis, Friday, 16th August 2019: Lizzie Johnson, Thursday, 15th August 2019: Earl Campbell, Wednesday, 14th August 2019: Gregory Wayne Abbott, Tuesday, 13th August 2019: James Richard "Rick" Perry, Monday, 12th August 2019: Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson, Sunday, 11th August 2019: Sam Houston, Saturday, 10th August 2019: Priest Holmes, Friday, 9th August 2019: George Walker Bush
Tuesday, 2nd July, 2019: U.S.S. Cabot Monday, 1st July, 2019: Palo Alto Battlefield, Sunday, 30th June, 2019: John Nance Garner House, Saturday, 29th June, 2019: Jose Antonio Navarro House Complex Friday, 28th June, 2019: U.S.S. Lexington Thursday, 27th June, 2019: U.S.S. Texas Wednesday, 26th June, 2019: Plainview Site, Tuesday, 25th June, 2019: Palmito Ranch Battlefield, Monday, 24th June, 2019: Roma Historic District, Sunday, 23rd June, 2019: Presidio Nuestra Senora De Loreto De La Bahia, Saturday, 22nd June, 2019: Fair Park Texas Centennial Buildings, Friday, 21st June, 2019: Fort Sam Houston, Thursday, 20th June, 2019: Alamo, Wednesday, 19th June, 2019: King Ranch, Tuesday, 18th June, 2019: Texas State Capitol, Monday, 17th June, 2019: Majestic Theatre, Sunday, 16th June, 2019: Strand Historic District, Saturday, 15th June, 2019: Espada Aqueduct, Friday, 14th June, 2019:Samuel T. Rayburn House, Thursday, 13th June, 2019: Apollo Mission Control Center,
Tuesday, 4th June, 2019:Espada Aqueduct, Monday, 3rd June, 2019: Strand Historic District Sunday, 2nd June, 2019: U.S.S. Cabot, Saturday, 1st June, 2019: Lyndon Baines Johnson Boyhood Home, Friday, 31st May, 2019: U.S.S. Lexington, Thursday, 30th May, 2019: Texas State Capitol, Wednesday, 29th May, 2019: Jose Antonio Navarro House Complex, Tuesday, 28th May, 2019: U.S.S. TEXAS, Monday, 27th May, 2019: San Jacinto Battlefield, Sunday, 26th May, 2019: Roma Historic District, Saturday, 25th May, 2019: Fair Park Texas Centennial Buildings, Friday, 24th May, 2019: Apollo Mission Control Center, Thursday, 23rd May, 2019: Presidio Nuestra Senora De Loreto De La Bahia, Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019: Alamo, Tuesday, 21st May, 2019: Fort Sam Houston, Monday, 20th May, 2019: Majestic Theatre,
Friday, 17th May, 2019: Eisenhower State Park, Thursday, 16th May, 2019: Palmetto State Park, Wednesday, 15th May 2019: Lake Corpus Christi State Park, Tuesday, 14th May 2019: Stephen F. Austin State Park, Monday, 13th May 2019: Garner State Park, Sunday, 12th May 2019: Dinosaur Valley State Park, Saturday, 11th May 2019: Mission Tejas State Park, Friday, 10th May 2019: Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site, Thursday, 9th May 2019: Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, Wednesday, 8th May 2019: Resaca de la Palma State Park, Tuesday, 7th May, 2019: Longhorn Cavern State Park, Monday, 6th April, 2019: Caprock Canyons State Park, Sunday, 5th April, 2019: Lake Mineral Wells State Park,
Sunday, 28th April, 2019: Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Saturday, 27th April, 2019: Garner State Park, Friday, 26th April, 2019: Mission Tejas State Park, Thursday, 25th April, 2019: Franklin Mountains State Park, Wednesday, 24th April, 2019: Guadalupe River State Park, Tuesday, 23rd April, 2019: Mustang Island State Park, Monday, 22nd April, 2019: Eisenhower State Park, Sunday, 21st April, 2019: Abilene State Park Sunday – 24th March, 2019: Stephen F. Austin State Park Saturday – 23rd March, 2019: Dinosaur Valley State Park Friday – 22nd March, 2019: Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park Thursday - 21st March, 2019: Resaca de la Palma State Park Wednesday - 20th March, 2019: Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site Tuesday - 19th March, 2019: Galveston Island State Park