The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley will host the annual Celebrate the Arts, Monday, September 21, at 6pm.
Texas Forest Service: A History
The first efforts of a few forest patrolmen on horseback in East Texas have grown into today’s network of protection statewide. “History in the Making: Texas A&M Forest Service,” an exhibit at George Bush Presidential Library, brings to life the people, places and events that shaped the Texas A&M Forest Service over the past 100 years.
From elementary school kids to competitive runners, there is a place for everyone at the CapRock ER Cougar 5K Run Saturday, Sept. 5, at College Station High School. Registration is open through 7:30am on race day.
In March 2001, Marilyn and James shared the story of the creation of their new home with Insite Magazine. The world travelers had decided to finally settle down and built a custom home in College Station, and the house reflected the couple’s experiences while traveling the globe. Now, almost 15 years later, the house has been reinvented to add life, personality, and color.
Driving down Texas State Highway 237, otherwise known as the Texas Independence Trail, there is a turnoff in Round Top leading into the woods. If you aren’t paying attention, it could easily be missed without the road signs urging you to turn into the Round Top Festival Institute.
John Kennedy boarded a plane for the 30th consecutive weekend on July 26, 2013, knowing the flight would be a little different from the rest. Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” played overhead, and it perfectly foreshadowed what would happen when he landed. John proposed to his girlfriend, Paige Adams, as he met her at the gate, a place where they had said “hello” and “goodbye” so many times before.
Shelby Storosh and Josh Gadbois met in 2012 through a mutual friend in Virginia. Josh, a native Texan and Texas A&M University graduate, happened to be in Virginia training horses for Ray Sanger, a family friend of Shelby’s.
Being flexible really is important,” says Jennifer Ann Scasta when talking about advice for future brides. Her statement could not be more relevant to her experience, because her wedding took a crazy turn of events.
The Piney Woods Fine Arts Association’s 25th Season is fast approaching. This season has blockbuster hits, Hollywood stars, country-music legends and much more.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History will host the 10th annual Boonville Days Heritage Fair, 7th annual Buffalo Stampede Half Marathon and 5K Race, and 4th annual Chuck Wagon Cook-Off. The race will begin at 7:30am, Saturday, October 10, and the Cook-off will be held Friday, October 9, and Saturday, October 10.
September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. During this month of awareness and memorial, Adam’s Angels Ministry is at the forefront of the childhood cancer battle.
Don’t look now, but Texas has entered another drought, with at least 50 percent of the state rated as either abnormally dry or in moderate to severe drought status.
The Downtown Bryan Association is gearing up for the ninth annual Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival in Historic Downtown Bryan. This year’s festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, September 26 and 27.