Blend the Historical & Contemporary
Take a family-friendly day or weekend trip to Fort Worth. From zoo animals and exotic gardens to the historic stockyards and world-class museums, Fort Worth has something to offer for everyone.
Local Law Enforcement Officers are participating in the Special Olympics Tip-a-Cop fundraiser. This year Tip-a-Cop will be held at the Texas Roadhouse Restaurant at 1601 University Drive East in College Station on July 23 and 24.
Grand Stafford Theater will host the Hispaniola Medical Charity’s upcoming annual fundraiser, on August 2 at 6:30pm. The evening will consist of raffle items, food and beverages, dance lessons, and a concert with Latino rock sensation, Del Castillo.
The City of Bryan proclaims July 26 as Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History Day. A representative of the City of Bryan will officially present the proclamation during the annual “Wish Upon a Butterfly” event, on July 26, in recognition of the Museum’s dedication to promoting science, cultural history, and natural history for 53 years.
TEEX will host the Annual Municipal Fire School Vendor Show on July 20, and the Municipal School Public Demo Night, July 23. Both events are free and open to the public.
On the water it’s easier than ever to experience a closer view of wildlife and scenery. Beat the heat and kayak or canoe easily accessible and scenic waterways in a state park or along a designated Texas Paddling Trail.
The March of Dimes Foundation is holding a Community Baby Shower to accept prenatal care materials so families with children in the intensive care unit or in need of prenatal care can ensure the healthy development of their child.
Rock Prairie Behavioral Health has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for accreditation by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in behavioral health care.
Today’s pools are fun and fascinating with everything from water features to built-in slides. Continuing the trend of the past several years, pool purchases continue to show an increase among Brazos Valley residents.
Bryan/College Station isn’t exactly the Wild West, and I’m no Annie Oakley, but an eagerness to learn is the only prerequisite needed to pick up a gun and learn a few things about recreational shooting.