Upcoming Pflugerville events

Thru Dec. 31

5.5 Mile Pflugerville Birthday Run: People can join the Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Commission for this 5.5 mile challenge to celebrate Pflugerville’s 55th birthday in 2020. The event is open to all. For details: pflugervilletx.gov.

Dec. 7

Crafty at Home Café: 2 to 2:30 p.m. virtually from the Pflugerville Public Library. Ages 12 and older will be provided with virtual craft tutorials from adult services

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Seven Springs prepping for ‘mid-December’ opening amid new covid restrictions

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Despite 10” of natural snow falling on the slopes last week, Seven Springs Mountain Resort is not quite ready to open for skiing.

“It’s too bad, but we feel we don’t have enough snow to open yet. With social distancing, we’re not comfortable opening with just two lifts

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As COVID-19 drives people to cross country skiing, Spokane’s Langlauf race canceled

Langlauf, Spokane’s 40-year-old cross country ski race, is the latest casualty of COVID-19.

As COVID-19 rates roar regionally, organizers decided to cancel the February race.

“It was a really hard decision to make,” co-founder Tim Ray said. “We hope to be back better than ever next year.”

Organizers considered a staggered start, which may have allowed them to space out people more, but that would have taken more time and

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Uptick in Christmas tree permit sales aligns with outdoor trends

The sun peaks through the branches of conifer trees in the Hunter Creek Valley in Aspen on Friday, Dec. 4, 2020.

Cut-your-own Christmas tree permits are always popular in the White River National Forest — and this year is no exception.

The forest service has already sold nearly 6,500 tree-cutting permits for the White River National Forest at $10 each this year, according to Public Affairs Officer David Boyd. About

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The 5 best PC card games of 2020

Over the past several years, many tabletop card games have found a new home in online formats. Online card games offer all the fun of playing physical card games, while also allowing you to socially distance from your opponents. Even before the pandemic, online card games like Hearthstone, MTG Arena, and others had already gained massive popularity. 

For all of you card duelists and deck builders out there,

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