COMMUNITY NEWS & UPDATES
Main Amenity Vandals
On July 12, trespassers vandalized the Main Amenity pool and restrooms. One jumped the gate to grant access to the other. These individuals used the pool after hours, tossed in pool furniture and trash cans, and later trashed the amenity restrooms. We have contacted the Bexar County Sheriff's Office and gave them a few stills that our security cameras captured.
Ranchers, we do need your help. If you have seen the individuals in these images, please contact the association office at 210-451-9656 as soon as possible. Your help with any information regarding these trespassers would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
TRAILS NOW OPEN
Ranchers,
The trappers have made their last catch with in the trail area. They have not seen anymore traffic and will relocate the traps to a new area within Stillwater Ranch. Stay tuned for more information in the weeks to come.
Year to date, a total of 119 wild hogs have been trapped and relocated.
ASSESSMENTS ARE PAST DUE!
(If you have already paid your July assessment, disregard the image above)
FOOD TRUCK SCHEDULE
UPCOMING EVENTS
Are you a Stillwater Ranch resident with your own business?
Would you like to participate in STILLWATER NIGHTS and feature your business?
Get more information, or Sign up to be a featured vendor by Emailing Stephen today!
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CAMP GLADIATOR at STILLWATER RANCH
AROUND THE RANCH
Resident Run Event:
Rushing Creek & Lost Ranch
Block Party (Saturday, August 24)
A great deal of neighbors have expressed interest in this event. A group of us met to discuss details. We are hoping this will promote fellowship and a sense of community on our street. Not to mention, what a wonderful way to get to know our neighbors. Hopefully we can begin a wonderful and annual tradition. 

Items Neighbors Are Coordinating:
food, drinks, coolers, games, tables, canopies, lights, ladders, trash cans, fire pit, stores

Communication:
  • - Diana Istre via text 210-332-0723
  • - FB group page created: Rushing Creek & Lost Ranch Block Party
  • Flyers will be distributed door-to-door this week.

Event: Rushing Creek & Lost Ranch Block Party
Date: Saturday, August 24th
Time: 7:00pm (set up) / 8:00pm (start)
Location: Lost Ranch cul de sac (three points of entry will be blocked off)
Menu: Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Chips
AROUND THE HOUSE
These farmhouse-inspired accessories are as easy to make as they are pretty to look at.
How to Make Decorative Lanterns From Dollar Store Picture Frames
Why pay upwards of $40 for decorative lanterns when you can make your own for less than $10? These gorgeous, farmhouse-inspired pieces are a cinch to make, requiring just a few basic craft supplies and some dollar store picture frames.

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22 Easy-to-Grow Annual Flowers That Thrive in the Shade
Fantastic Foliage
When leaves bring the color, the show never stops. These gorgeous foliage plants fill shady pots or planting beds with season-long good looks. One way to create an eye-catching display is to plant pots with one type of shade-loving annual. Cluster the pots together to create a striking garden tableau. This shade garden features (clockwise from bottom center): glowing gold millet grass (Milium effusum), Kong Red coleus, a hanging basket of Emerald Falls dichondra, Chocolate Mint coleus and Kong Rose coleus. These plants all grow best in full shade to part sun.

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Brighten dark corners with the flower power of made-for-the-shade annuals.
Of all the problems that plague a garden, soil-borne pathogens are the worst. Here’s what to do when a fungus wrecks your plants
How to Get Rid of Fungus in Garden Soil
Your garden has a fungus. Some microscopic, plant-killing pathogen has infected the soil, and now your tomatoes are stunted and yellowing, your onions are rotting at the ground and your pepper plants are laying on the ground with black spots on their dying leaves. So much for that garden-fresh salsa.

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AROUND THE TOWN
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When: August 12, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: 3903 N. St. Mary’s St., 78212
Cost: $8 per person with proof of residency

LOCALS DAY AT THE SAN ANTONIO ZOO
Don't Forget about Locals Day! Happening Monday, August 12th sponsored by San Antonio Parks and Recreation! Residents of San Antonio can get standard admission to San Antonio Zoo for just $8 per person!!! So “Get outside” and play by supporting the zoo’s popular Locals Days offer. Enjoy standard admission to San Antonio Zoo for more than 50% discount on standard admission!
THE ROCK FELLOWSHIP BACK TO SCHOOL HEALTH FAIR
The Rock Well Wellness Ministry of the Rock Fellowship-SA is helping the entire family get a jump start on the school year while coming out for a day of fun and health with the family. There will be a school supply and undergarment giveaway, free haircuts, grocery giveaways, and presentaions for the entire family. San Antonio Food Bank will be presenting “Eating Healthy on a Budget” and NAMI will present on mental health awareness. There will also be health screenings (blood glucose, blood pressure), and prostate cancer screenings. And let’s not forget the games and raffles prizes for the children and the entire family!

When: August 17, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: 2391 NE Loop 410, 78217
Cost: Free admission
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BABY FRIENDLY SCREENINGS EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 11AM
Santikos Baby Friendly Screenings are showings of the latest blockbuster for moms, dads and caregivers in a baby friendly environment. No need for a babysitter as our Baby Friendly Screenings feature brighter lighting, lower sound, stroller parking and an understanding audience.

Some films may not be suitable for older children as the films are catered to the adults. Film schedule subject to change. Only at Santikos Entertainment.
When: Wednesdays at 11 a.m.
Where: Silverado, Rialto, Mayan Palace, Embassy & Casa Blanca
Cost: Free admission for kids 2 and under.
Schedule:         
08/14/19 & 08/21/19  Dora and the Lost City of Gold
08/28/19                       Angry Birds 2
SANTIKOS SENSORY FRIENDLY SCREENINGS
Catch #DoraMovie August 17 at 10am with brighter lighting, lower sound and open caption in our biweekly Sensory Friendly Screenings. Guests with special needs receive FREE admission. Only at #MySantikos Silverado, Mayan Palace, Embassy, Casa Blanca & Cibolo.

Learn more at santikos.com/sensoryfriendly. Santikos Sensory Friendly Screenings is a particularly designed experience for guests with special needs or other challenges. The auditorium features a brighter lighting, lower sound, shorter previews, and most importantly, it provides an accepting environment for families needing some extra accommodations.
For more information and a list of movies, please check out the link below: https://www.santikos.com/sensoryfriendly

When : 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6pm (Auditorium opens at 5:30pm)
Where : Silverado, Rialto, Mayan Palace, Embassy & Casa Blanca
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When : Every Tuesday night through October 15th, from 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where : The Park at Pearl, 312 Pearl Parkway, San Antonio, TX, 78215

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YOGA UNDER THE STARS AT THE HISTORIC PEARL BREWERY
Hosted by Nomadik Yoga, Yoga Under the Stars at the Pearl is a magical, free, experience that’ll also give you a great view of the beautiful night sky.

According to their website, “Nomadik Yoga will guide you through an intentional Vinyasa Yoga flow that will challenge you physically and mentally, but leave you feeling accomplished and relaxed.

You will learn to cultivate inner peace and focus as you take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the outside setting at Pearl Plaza at the beautiful Historic Pearl Brewery.”
STILLWATER PARTNERS
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Stillwater Ranch HOA Office
8022 Stillwater Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78254
P: 210-451-9656
F: 210-451-9671
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
(Closed 1-2 PM)

CLOSED Saturday & Sunday
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