Join the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History for an Owl-O-Ween Festival for all ages from 5:30pm to 8pm on Friday, October 16th. Admission to Owl-O-Ween is free; carnival games cost one or more tickets, which can be purchased for a dollar each at the Museum.
The Central Texas Historical Association, founded by faculty from Blinn College’s Division of Social Sciences, invites the public to its first educational symposium at Washington on the Brazos – “Where Texas Became Texas.” “Republic of Texas Mosaic: Cultural Diversity from Independence to Statehood,” is set for Saturday, October 24, from 9am to 5 pm at the Conference Center at Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site (WOB).
The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce will honor host their 2015 Annual Banquet, featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Eli Jones ‘82, the newly named Dean of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University, on Monday, November 2 at the Hilton College Station.
The Brazos Valley Builders Association will host the 2015 Fall Parade of Homes. More than two dozen homes built by some of the community’s finest home builders will be on display the weekend of October 10 & 11. This event is a great opportunity to see the latest trends in new construction and interact with local homebuilders.
In conjunction with the “History in the Making: Texas A&M Forest Service” exhibit and the centennial celebration of the Texas A&M Forest Service, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a community-wide Fire Prevention and Safety event on Saturday, October 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Acclaimed musical act Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are playing a sold-out show at the Grand Stafford Theater in historic Downtown Bryan on Friday, October 9 at 8:00pm. As veterans of the music scene since 2005, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors have locked their place in the nation’s music scene. Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors have played in Downtown Bryan before and are returning to play a sold-out show at the Grand Stafford Theater.
Iggity-Ziggity-Zaggity-Zoom! The Olivier Award nominated Room on the Broom flies into Rudder Theatre direct from London’s West End with a witch, a dragon, a few friendly animals, and much more.
The Texas A&M University Institute for Genome Sciences and Society will hold its inaugural symposium, “Evolution of Stress: From the Genome to Disease,” October 8–9 in Rudder Theatre and the Memorial Student Center (MSC).
To celebrate Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month, the Bryan Animal Center will be offering an adoption special every day in October. The adoption fees for approved adopters will be $30 for dogs and puppies, and $10 for cats and kittens.