Jackie Sherrill’s 12th Man Kickoff Team Foundation is hosting its annual sporting clays shoot out Saturday, May 30, at Boswell-Porter 4H Shooting Range located at 7885 C.R. 247 in College Station.
Insite Magazine and Pebble Creek Country Club are kicking off your summer vacation with a launch party celebrating the May/June Summer Issue, Thursday, May 21 from 5pm-7pm.
The 2015 College Station Independent School District Hall of Fame Banquet, hosted by the CSISD Education Foundation, was held Thursday, April 23 to honor the top 7% of graduating seniors voted on by the teachers and staff from each high school. This year, 57 students from A&M Consolidated, College Station, and Timber Academy High Schools were selected based on their integrity, leadership, positive attitude and school spirit.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is making $30 million available to farmers, ranchers and food entrepreneurs to develop new product lines. Funding will be made available through USDA’s Value-Added Producer Grant (VAPG) program.
In conjunction with the current special exhibit, “History in the Making: Texas A&M Forest Service,” the George Bush Presidential Museum & Library’s first movie in the 2015 Summer Film Series will be “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.”
Join Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce for their 8th Annual Community Softball Classic on June 4th at Cellucor (Bombers) Field. Proceeds raised will benefit The 100 Club. Your ticket is good for the Bombers game and $1 Beer night that will start immediately after the Community Softball Classic.
The temperature is rising and the days are getting longer, which can only mean one thing – summer vacation season is here. If you find yourself searching for that perfect getaway but don’t have the funds or vacation days to jet to a far away location, don’t fret. There are plenty of fun, budget-friendly options less than a day’s drive away.
Texas offers a variety of road trip destinations that cater to adventurous broke college students or young-at-hearts looking for a different kind of vacation.
There’s a quiet elegance in a carefully designed coffee mug. The contour of the lip to the base. The trajectory of the handle. The varying essence in basic architecture. Perhaps the real beauty of said mug lies in the contents: coffee or tea. The coffee mug in itself is an archetype for the book and cover cliché: an ugly mug, devoid of leaks, still holds good coffee.
The cities of Bryan and College Station offer fun, sun, splash and dash options for people – and dogs with people. The city websites for Bryan and College Station each list 50+ parks, trails and recreation facilities ensuring there is a perfect fit for your brand of recreation.
The “Positively Enchanting” season includes three Broadway national tours
(Beauty And The Beast, Million Dollar Quartet, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), performances by VoicePlay, The Hot Sardines, Texas Native Grady Gaines, Cirque Mechanics and a mystery concert event starring a legend to be announced soon.
It takes a certain type of person to brave going to a movie theater alone. I am one of those rare few. According to the 2014 Harris Poll, only four in 25 Americans prefer to go to the movies alone. I started going to the movies by myself for one simple reason – I love movies and I was tired of waiting on my friends or family to see the next hit (or flop) with me.
When you think of ghosts, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Creaking doors, unexplained footsteps, or eerie whispers? How about an old, abandoned building with peeling paint and a mysterious back-story? What probably does not immediately come to mind is Bryan, Texas. Yet, one of Downtown Bryan’s most popular attractions is a ghost tour that explores the creepy history of rumored spirits in some of the historic buildings.
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, camping during the springtime can be a perfect weekend getaway. However, if you don’t want to leave your four-legged friends behind while setting out on your adventure, try bringing them along.