Click here to join the Eanes History Group, a live virtual program.

If you’re having difficulties, please refer to Zoom’s support information. Westbank Library is unable to provide tech assistance during the program. Please contact questions@westbanklibrary.com if you would like to schedule tech help or if you would like additional information regarding this library program.


The Incredible Edible Eanes Environment

One of the hottest culinary trends in Central Texas this summer is for craft brewers to use native plants like ashe juniper (cedar) and prickly pear cactus in their specialty beers. This trend just proves that history repeats itself! Join the Eanes History Group by Zoom to discover the “Incredible Edible Eanes Environment” based on a brochure Linda Vance and Dorothy Depwe researched for the Eanes History Center about 30 years ago. Recipes and resources will be provided for you to discover what edible delights might be brewing in your backyard!


Please read these ground rules ahead of the conversation:

  • Please keep your camera on for the discussion and provide your name.
  • Mute if there is background noise.
  • Respect the privacy of others by not reporting what you hear in this conversation with any specificity or attribution.
  • Be respectful and listen when others are speaking.
  • Allow everyone’s voice to be heard that wants to be heard.