This Week (October 20-26)

Thursday

 

  • The Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts presents James Gurnery, author and illustrator of Dinotopia, at the Geren Auditorium on Thursday evening at 7. Find out more about this free lecture at academyarts.tamu.edu.

Friday

  • The Brazos County Aggie Moms is hosting an Aggie Mom Fish Camp Friday through Sunday at the Town Center in Bryan. Reservations are required; visit brazoscomoms.aggienetwork.com.

Saturday

  • Your pets can get in the Halloween spirit at Bryan's new dog park with Howl-o-ween, a free event on Saturday the 25th from 5 to 8 pm. A pet costume contest, pumpkin walk, pumpkin carving and more at Buzz Hamilton Dog Park.
  • Aerofit Zumba Instructors are having a Party in Pink Zumbathon on Saturday at Rockies from 2pm- 4pm.  Tickets are ten dollars. Come and support Breast Cancer awareness!  Shake, rattle and find a cure together!
  • Get your running shoes out for Rebel Run at Millican Reserve on Saturday. The race is from eight to noon. Register at rebelrun.splashthat.com.
  • A&M United Methodist Church is hosting a women's conference Saturday featuring Shannon Perry. Details are online at am-umc.org.
  • ELCA Treehouse Ministries at Texas A&M and Blinn are signing up teams for the third annual Treehouse Chili Cookoff fundraiser on Saturday. For more information on cooking or donating to the silent auction, send an e-mail to mindyroll@yahoo dot com.

 

Sunday

  • The second annual Pumpkinpalooza will be Sunday at Millican Reserve. Come out for a farmers market, outdoor carnival, pumpkin chunkin, and more. Five dollars per vehicle. Vist pumpkinpalooza.splashthat.com for more details.
  • The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra kicks off their 33rd season on Sunday with "Sasha plus Beethoven equals Sensational." The program will be at Rudder Theatre at 5pm. Buy tickets at boxoffice.tamu.edu.

 

Upcoming

  • It's time to sponsor a flag for the Bryan Rotary Club's one thousand flag display at Veterans Park the week of Veterans Day. More information about the field of valor is online at bryan-rotary.org.
  • Organizers of the "Fun For All Park", featuring an all-ability playground in College Station, are hosting an open house with the conceptual drawings on Tuesday, October 28th from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Southwood Community Center.

Continuing

  • Come to the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History for its current exhibition: CRYSTALLOGRAPHY: Where Art & Science Collide, on display through January 17th. Find more at brazosvalleymuseum.org.
  • The Brazos County Health Department will be offering free, rapid HIV testing on Tuesdays from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3, and on Thursdays from 8:30 to 11. No appointment is necessary, but a picture ID is required. For information contact Jessica Paul via email.

 

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