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December 16-17: Get Ready to Laugh Your Christmas Socks Off

The Brazos Valley Troupe wants to tickle your holiday funnybone with its Christmas performance of the Laugh Out Loud series Ha Ha Ha Ho Ho Ho! Performances are December 16-17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio in Bryan. Tickets are on sale for $8 per person. For more information, visit or call (979) 846-4903.


December 17:

Taste Christmas Cheer at Royalty Pecans

On December 17 come out to the Royalty Pecan Farm on Hwy. 21, just east of Caldwell and learn about the famous nuts of the south, pecans. Andy Sherrod, orchard manager at the pecan farm, will discuss, demonstrate, and let you test the different pecans grown at the orchard. Many other events will also take place such as hayrides, wine and cheese tasting, fresh baked goods, and samples of the farm’s many pecan delicacies. Visit for more information.


December 18:

Santa Claus Plus A Flute Concert

Do something for the holidays the whole family will enjoy with a holiday flute choir concert and a visit from Santa Clause on Sunday, December 18. The Brazos Breeze Flute Choir will be performing at A&M United Methodist Church in College Station beginning at 6 p.m. The live entertainment is free and Santa will be in attendance to hand out treats to the children. For more information, call (979) 845-5670.


December 18-19: Bethlehem in Independence

Bethlehem in Independence brings the nativity to life with six area churches participating in the production. There will be cookies and hot chocolate for everyone plus hayrides that follow the route of the participating churches demonstrating “the reason for the season” for all to enjoy. Visit or call (979) 251-9227 for more information.

December 19-20:

It’s Snowing at the Children’s Museum!

The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley will be hosting a wide variety of holiday entertainment and family fun on Monday and Tuesday, December 19-20. On Monday, the museum will host “Snow Dashing” from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., which allows children to come and play in snow and enjoy a winter wonderland right there in the museum. On Tuesday, the museum will present a reading of the famous Christmas tale, “Polar Express,” giving children the chance to share in the magical story and enjoy some hot chocolate as they listen.  For more information, visit