Dripping Springs Drive-in Theater relocates, new gym opens and more area business news

Crossfit Second Wave opened Nov. 7. (Courtesy Crossfit Second Wave)
Crossfit Second Wave opened Nov. 7. (Courtesy Crossfit Second Wave)

Crossfit Second Wave opened Nov. 7. (Courtesy Crossfit Second Wave)

Here is the latest Dripping Springs business news.

1. As a way to give back during the holiday season, Dripping Springs-based Evolve Chiropractic is hosting a Thanksgiving turkey drive and giveaway Nov. 14. Located at 400 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. B 203, Dripping Springs, the business is planning to begin distributing turkeys at noon until supplies run out, said Jackson Humphrey, the practice’s doctor.
Evolve Chiropractic opened Sept. 7, and the practice treats conditions including muscle and joint pain, tendonitis and neuropathy. 512-829-5216. www.evolvechiropractictx.com


2. Springs Veterinary Care introduced two new veterinarians to its staff Oct. 30, Drs. Jennifer Bucher and Michelle Henthorne. The local, full-service veterinary hospital is located at 333 E. Hwy. 290, Ste. 415, Dripping Springs. 512-829-6140. www.springsvet.com

3. Crossfit Second Wave will open Nov. 7 at 421 Sportsplex Drive, Unit A, Dripping Springs. The business offers group fitness classes using CrossFit techniques as well as open gym access and personal training services. For its grand opening, Crossfit Second Wave is planning an 8 a.m. community workout and a meet and greet from 9-11 a.m. 512-829-5223. www.crossfitsecondwave.com

4. After temporarily closing in October due to Hays County code violations related to site development, Dripping Springs Drive-in Theater reopened the weekend of Nov. 6 and relocated to the Twisted X Brewing Co. property located at 30291 RR 12, Dripping Springs. The business announced the reopening on social media Nov. 4. www.drippingspringsdrivein.com
By Nicholas Cicale
Nick has been with Community Impact Newspaper since 2016, working with the Lake Travis-Westlake and Southwest Austin-Dripping Springs editions. He previously worked as a reporter in Minnesota and earned a degree from Florida State University.


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