What are you doing this weekend? – Galveston Times

Galvestongers are gearing up for an epic weekend of family activities that includes picnics, music, shopping, family-friendly activities and more.

Family-friendly Activities are expected to take center stage for the holiday weekend as they celebrate the start of the school year with activities such as a picnicking trip, family picnicker events and a family cooking competition.

“We’re hoping to see many families out and about, and have fun in a lot of different ways,” said Galvesto County Judge Gary L. Pernell Jr. of the annual family picnic, which is held at a local community center.

L.J. Perenn, president of the Galvestonic Chamber of Commerce, said the event provides a safe place for families to meet each other, shop, play games and have a good time.

“I don’t think it’s a coincidence that our family event is right here,” he said.

“It’s like a family event in Texas, where you can sit down and have your family, friends and neighbors around.”

The Galvestonian Chamber of Chambercraft is hosting a Family Picnic on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2017.

Families in Saskatoon can relax after ban on adult entertainment

People in Saskaton, Saskatoon’s northern suburbs, were not able to access the adult entertainment industry until last week, and now only in limited areas.

“We have been advised by the City of Saskatoon that there will be restrictions on the adult film industry in Saskatcheth,” said a statement from the city.

“All adult films and related businesses will be restricted to a single location in the downtown core of Saskatchesth and surrounding areas.”

The city has also prohibited adult film filming in its parks and recreation areas.

The city says people are being warned to keep their cameras and mobile devices away from areas where the film is being shot.

But residents are still being allowed to shoot videos, and have been taking advantage of the free festival for free.

“The whole reason for the festival is to encourage our community to get involved in the adult community,” said Rebecca Smith, one of the organizers of the Saskatoon Film Festival.

“For us, we’re just making films that everyone is going to enjoy.” “

The festival has a total capacity of about 400 people, and the organizers say there are plans to expand it to the downtown area and other locations.”

For us, we’re just making films that everyone is going to enjoy.”

The festival has a total capacity of about 400 people, and the organizers say there are plans to expand it to the downtown area and other locations.