The Bra Art Event is raising money for Women's Health for patients of Health for All, a non-profit free clinic. With limited funds for women's health, the Bra Art Event aims to fill the gap for local women in need.
The group of Texas A&M University students gather around a table focused and determined. This is the last stage of an entire year of planning, and their meticulous attention to detail has one mission: launch Big Event on March 28.
Dorsel, Tank and Bubbles, along with the rest of the cast of the Drama Desk Award nominated John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean will be in Rudder Theatre on Saturday, March 28 (2pm and 4pm) at Texas A&M University.
First Christian Church and local pianist Greg Tivis present “Just a House,” a musical program benefitting Habit for Humanity that debuts the works of local composer Cheryl Aufderheide, hosted by Saint Thomas Episcopal Church on Sunday afternoon at 2:30, March 22.
Ray LaHood, former United States Secretary of Transportation, will be at Texas A&M University Bush School to give the 2015 ConocoPhillips White House Lecture on March 25. Known as a bipartisan leader and skilled conciliator, LaHood will speak on the challenges to governing in a highly partisan political environment.