Next Wednesday the 22nd of September is officially the 1st day of fall. Hard to believe that our summer fun came to an end so quickly, school is well underway and we are already looking forward to the colder months and nearing the end of 2021. But with fall being my absolute favorite time of year, there are so many things to look forward to over the next few months in the 432. 

    • September Fest takes place at the Museum of the Southwest in Midland on the 11th of September-it features artist booths selling their one of a kind art, a lawn concert, art demonstrations, food booths and a KinderFest for the kids. For more information visit this website
    • Saint Ann's Fair-an annual event in it's 73rd year will take place on the 23rd-25th of September-the fair is fun for the whole family with a carnival that kicks off Thursday night, various food and game booths and a free concert featuring Shane Smith and the Saints-the fair takes place on the grounds of St. Ann's Catholic Church for hours of operation and more information click the church website
    • Taste of the Permian Basin-like to eat and try different types of foods? Taste of the Permian Basin is for you! Scheduled to take place on Thursday, Oct. 7th at the Bush Convention Center in Midland-taste food from various restaurants in the Permian Basin like Gerardo's Casita, Barn Door Steakhouse, La Margarita and so many more. For more info. and to purchase tickets click here
    • Fiddlesticks Farms-B93 takes a trip to the farm every year for B93 day and it is a ton of fun for the whole family! Your family can enjoy a corn maze, pumpkin patch, a hay ride, show the kids the various animals in the learning barn, eat some yummy food and enjoy an old fashioned soda to wash it all down and so much more takes place on the farm! The fun kicks off on Saturday September 25th and runs through Nov. 10th. To purchase tickets and for more info click here

See How School Cafeteria Meals Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years

Using government and news reports, Stacker has traced the history of cafeteria meals from their inception to the present day, with data from news and government reports. Read on to see how various legal acts, food trends, and budget cuts have changed what kids are getting on their trays.
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