(2/4-2/7) A&M Consolidated Choir invites you to their production of Grease the Musical. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2 pm. 
(KILL 2/5) The Brazos Valley Art League and SEAD Gallery invite you to their opening reception of 20/20 art show this Friday for First Friday in Downtown Bryan.
(KILL 2/5) Registration is underway for a women's 5-K benefitting Mercy Project. Learn more about The “Girls Just Want to Have Fun 5K” at Girls 5K Dot Com.
The Daddy Daughter Dance, benefitting the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley, returns February 5th & 6th at the Hilton Hotel Ballroom. make your reservations NOW by calling the Children’s Museum at 979-779-5437 or visit for more information.
(2/6) The Olate Dogs Rescue Tour is coming to Rudder Theatre, Saturday, February 6th at 2pm and 7 PM. For more information, visit
(KILL 2/6) St. Joseph Catholic School has it's annual Spring Fling fundraiser on Saturday at the Brazos Expo Center. Tickets are available online at st|joseph|school|
(KILL 2/6) This month's New Baden Jamboree features Stetson Trio, Dennis Ivey and Daniel Gonzales and Old Country. Saturday at 6 - burger sales start at 5. 
(2/6) Saturday, February 6th, join the Children’s Museum to celebrate the Chinese New Year. For more information, visit
(2/6) The Star of the Republic Museum invites you to its Black History Month event, saturday at 2 p.m. to hear Anne Zenor present, Who Am I? Tracing my Ancestry from the First 300 Hundred that Came with Stephen F. Austin. For more information visit
(KILL 2/6) Help beat the Guinness World Record for the most number of people trained in C-P-R in one day. Saturday, February 6th, stop by the A and M Student Rec Center or the M-S-C from 10am to 8 pm and receive two-step C-P-R training. 
(KILL 2/6) Celebrate Valentine's Day with your furry friend! Smooch a Pooch is Sunday, February 6th at Buzz Hamilton Dog Park from 1 to 3. Free children's crafts and a kissing booth, plus special adoption rates from the Bryan Animal Center.
(KILL 2/6) Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites you to a special birding event focusing on winter ducks and waterfowl at Country Club and Finfeather Lakes in Bryan. Meet at the wooden pier in Astin Recreational Area Saturday, Feb. 6th at 8:30am.   
(2/6) Register TODAY for Walk Across Texas, a fun, free way to exercise. A kickoff event is Saturday, February 6th at 10 am at the Post Oak Mall. Visit brazos|w-a-t dot com for more information.
(KILL 2/6) Veterans who need legal advice or legal assistance can visit a free legal clinic scheduled in Bryan/College Station on Saturday, February 6, 2016.  The clinic will be held at the American Legion-Earl Graham Post 159 from 9:00 a.m. until noon. No appointment is necessary. 
(KILL 2/6) Voice for Children CASA of Brazos Valley is holding a training session on Saturday. For more information on becoming an advocate call 822-9700 or go online to voices|for|children|i-n-c dot org. 
(KILL 2/7) The Brazos Breeze Flute Choir is presenting its next concert on Sunday, February 7th at First United Methodist Church in Bryan at 5 p.m.
(KILL 2/7) To celebrate the return of the beautiful “Last Supper” stained glass window, Saint Andrew's organist, Dr. Alan Strong will present a free organ recital on Sunday, February 7, at 2:30 p.m. at Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church.
(KILL 2/8) American Legion Post 146, Iola, meets at the Community Center 6:30pm on Monday, February 8th. Special Guest will be a representative from Texas Land Board. All veterans are welcome to attend and find out about your benefits with the Land Board.
(KILL 2/9) Navasota is hosting a Community Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 9th from 12:30 to 5:30 at the Navasota Community Center. 
(KILL 2/9) The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy at Texas A&M will host Bud Philbrook, co-founder and CEO of Global Volunteers, Feb. 9 at 5 p-m.
(KILL 2/9) Tuesday is the last day to vote for one of two calendar options for Bryan I-S-D's 2016-17 school year. The link to vote is online at bryan|i-s-d dot org. 
(KILL 2/10) The iFundraise Seminar is for all CEOs, resource development professionals, and fundraising volunteers.  Wednesday, February 10th at Baymont Inn and Suites from 9 to 11:30am. Call 219-4902 to reserve your spot. 
(KILL 2/10) Join the Brazos County Master Gardeners for a basic introduction to growing potatoes, Wednesday February 10th from 12 to 1 at the Brazos County Extension Office. 
(KILL 2/10) Join the Rio Brazos Audubon Society on Wednesday, February 10th for their program, Hummingbirds of the World with guest speaker Bruce Neville. 6:30 at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History. 
(KILL 2/11) The Texas A&M Health Science Center Nursing program will hold "A Matter of Balance", a free program at the Brazos County Senior Citizens Association beginning Thursday, February 11 at 1:00 pm. RSVP by calling 822-6873 
(KILL 2/11) You're invited to a Candidates Forum at the Millican Community Center on Thursday, Feb. 11th at 6 p-m. 
(2/11) You’re invited to the Brazos Valley Art League's Studio Artisans Show and Opening Reception featuring a juried exhibition and sale of contemporary American crafts and designs from artisans from across the state. February 11th from 6:00pm - 7:30 PM at the Arts Center on Dartmouth. 
KILL 2/11) Join the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum for “The Lightning of the Storm: The 101st Airborne Division” Issues Forum as they welcome author and 101st veteran, Stephen D. Wiehe. The presentation will begin at 7:00pm, February 11th. 
(KILL 2/11) TxDOT is hosting a public meeting Thursday, February 11th regarding plans to improve the intersection of University Drive at Harvey Mitchell Parkway and to widen F-M 2818 from University to George Bush Drive. The meeting is 4:30 to 6:30 in the Gibb Gilchrist Building, Room 103 located at 2929 Research Parkway.
(2/11) The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum invites you to Celebrate Presidents Day with a program from 10:30-11:30am or 12:30-1:30pm, on February 11th at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. For more information, visit
(KILL 2/11) The Bush Library will host an issues forum on Feb. 11, featuring Stephen Douglas Wiehe, author of G-Day: Rendezvous with Eagles. Reserve your seat by emailing reservations dot bush at n-a-r-a dot gov. 
(KILL 2/13) STAGECENTER THEATRE PRESENTS HAVING OUR SAY: THE DELANY SISTERS’ FIRST 100 YEARS. Show dates are February 11-12, 18-20 & 25-27, 2016, with a special Valentine’s Day dinner theatre performance on February 13th. Go to stage|center dot net for information and tickets. 
(KILL 2/13) The fourth annual Brazos County A&M Club Aggie Lead Off will take place on Saturday, Feb. 13th, at 10 a.m. at Blue Bell Park, followed by the A&M baseball team’s Maroon and White scrimmage. Tickets available online at b-c-a-m-c dot org. 
(KILL 2/14) The Brazos County Master Gardeners invite you to the Brazos County Expo February 13th and 14th for the B-C-S Home and Garden Expo. View the schedule online at brazos|m-g dot com. 
(KILL 2/14) The Blinn College-Bryan Theatre Program presents two one-act plays by J.M. Barrie: Twelve Pound Look, and Half an Hour. Performances begin at 7:30pm on February 11-13th and at 2pm on February 14th in the Blinn-Bryan campus Student Center. For tickets and information visit
(KILL 2/14) The Brazos Valley Czech Heritage Society invites you to their Valentine's Day Dance. Doors open at 1 on Sunday at the St. Joseph Parish Activity Center. 
(KILL 2/14) The Blinn College-Bryan campus Theatre Arts Program will explore the intensity of relationships with the performances “The Twelve-Pound Look” and “Half an Hour” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11-13 and at 2 p.m. Feb. 14 in the Student Center Black Box Theatre.
(2/16) The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum invites you to celebrate Presidents Day with Ambassador Sichan Siv, February 16! Ambassador Siv will present his experiences of presidential leadership at 7:00pm. More info at bush41 dot org. 
(KILL 2/16) The Brazos County Master Wellness Volunteer Training provides volunteers with 40 hours of training in health and nutrition education. Call 845-2604 to register by February 16th. 
(2/17) MSC OPAS presents, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, February 17th at 7:30pm in Rudder Theatre. For tickets and more information, visit
(KILL 2/17) The Texas A and M College of Medicine invites you to their weekly mini-medical school, hosted by clinical and research faculty who will provide current health-related information. There is no charge but reservations are requested. Details are online at medicine dot t-a-m-h-s-c dot e-d-u.
(2/17 AND 2/24) Blinn College is inviting local businesses to recruit students from its Applied Sciences programs during a pair of job fairs. Wednesday, Feb. 17 in Bryan and Wednesday, Feb. 24th in Brenham. Visit blinn dot edu to register for free.
(2/18) The J. Wayne Stark Galleries will present a gallery talk and encaustic demonstration by Austin artist Sarah St. Laurent on Thursday, February 18 at 5:30 pm. For more information on this free event, call 979-845-6081.
(KILL 2/18) The Bush School is hosting the "Symposium on the Gulf War and the Liberation of Kuwait: Reflections after a Quarter Century" on Feb. 18th from 4 to 7. Register at bush dot tamu dot edu slash Kuwait.  
(2/18) The Visual and Performing Arts department at Texas A&M University proudly presents “Peace Symphony: 8 Stories” by DJ Spooky, February 18th at 7pm, in Rudder Theatre. For tickets call 979-845-1234.
(2/20) MSC OPAS is proud to present the MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, February 19th & 20th at 7:30 in Rudder Auditorium. For more information, visit
(KILL 2/20) Silver Ring Thing is the international youth ministry asking teens to begin their sexual decisions with an end goal in mind. The live concert-style event, sponsored by Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, will be held at Rudder High School on
Saturday, February 20, 7-9 pm. Tickets are free - reserve your seat at silver|ring|thing dot com.
(KILL 2/20) The Texas A and M College of Medicine invites you to their annual Health Hullabaloo! The fair, on Saturday, February 20th starts with a 5-K at 8 a-m and booths open at 10. More information at health|hullabaloo dot com. 
(KILL 2/20) The Brazos Heritage Society's annual meeting will be held February 20th at 3:00 p.m. in the Brazos Center. Speakers will include the Executive Director of the El Camino Real de los Tejas and Dr. Paul Spellman. For more information call 979-777-4924
(2/20) Join the Children’s Museum for Storybook Saturday on February 20th. This month they will celebrate author Mo Willems with crafts and a special story time featuring his beloved Elephant, Piggie and Pigeon.
(KILL 2/21) The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra presents music from George Walker, Grant Still, and a special arrangement featuring the amazing Marian Anderson String Quartet. February 21st in Rudder Theatre. For more information visit
(KILL 2/22) Fellowship of Christian Athletes invites you to their 17th Annual Spring Victory Banquet, Monday, February 22nd at the Hilton. Call 268-4285 for table and ticket information. 
(KILL 2/22) Texas A and M AgriLife Extension Service is hosting a free oil and gas workshop to assist landowners. 9 am to noon on February 22nd Hildebrand Equine Complex. Call 806-677-5668 for more information.
(KILL 2/23) Join the Brazos Valley Master Gardeners for their monthly program, Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Tuscany to Texas. Tuesday, February 23rd, 7 to 8 pm at the Brazos Center. 
(KILL 2/23) The Mosbacher Institute at Texas A&M is hosting an Education Policy Workshops on February 23rd in the Bush Library Orientation Theater at 5:30 p.m.
(KILL 2/25) The George Bush Library and Museum is hosting multiple events this month (FEB) to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Desert Storm. Visit bush|41 dot org for more information.
(KILL 2/25) On Feb. 25, the Bush Library will host a panel discussion with participants of the Battle of 73 Easting, often described as “the last great tank battle of the 20th Century.” Email reservations dot bush at n-a-r-a dot gov to reserve your seat. 
(2/25-3/13) The Navasota Theatre Alliance greets a new year with the hilarious comedy “Charlie’s Aunt” opening February 25th through March 13th. New start time for evening shows is 7 p.m. For tickets and more information visit navasota|
(KILL 2/25) Join the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum as they commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Battle of 73 Easting, February 25th. The discussion will begin at 6:30pm in the George Bush Presidential Library. For more information visit
(KILL 2/26) Mark your calendars for the “National Parks Today and Tomorrow” Issues Forum at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, February 26th at 7:00pm. For more information, visit
(KILL 2/27) Saint Michael’s Episcopal School invites you to their opening night of Ruddigore, Gilbert & Sullivan’s Operetta. The Gala Dinner performance is at 7pm February 26th and other performances are at 2pm and 7pm on February 27th. For tickets and more information, call 979-822-2715.
The Stampede For Need 5-K Run and Walk, benefitting St. Vincent de Paul Society, is in need of sponsors. The event is Saturday, February 27th at Central Park in College Station. Contact St. Mary's Catholic Center at 846-5717 for information.
(KILL 2/27) Team sign ups are now open for the Junior Achievement (JA) of the Brazos Valley's annual Bowl-a-thon fundraiser on Saturday, February 27 at Grand Station Entertainment. Contact Katie Neason at 450-9969 for more information. 
(KILL 2/27) The Arts Council and SEAD Gallery invite you to a new exhibition, Human. Nature, featuring the work of Mirka Hokkanen, through February 27th.
(KILL 2/27) The Transition Fair and Disability Resources event is February 27th from 9am to 1pm at The Brazos Center. There will be something for everyone with 50 exhibitor tables and nine presentations.
(KILL 2/28) The Theatre Company presents the remarkable show Man of La Mancha, February 19th – 28th. For more tickets and more information visit
(KILL 2/28) Don’t miss Unity Theatre’s hilarious comedy, The Miss Firecracker Contest, by Beth Henley, February 11th through 28th. Tickets and information at unity|brenham dot org. 
(KILL 2/28) On Saturday, February 28th join The Arts Council, Taste of BCS Restaurants, Bryan Broadcasting and students and teachers from Brazos Valley schools at Empty Bowls, Jr. 11am to 2pm at Crystal Park Plaza. 
(KILL 2/29) Community Chamber Concerts is pleased to present the British instrumental group Red Priest on Monday, February 29th, 7:30 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Bryan.
(KILL 2/29) The Aggie Belles at Texas A and M is taking registrations for their annual Aggie Dance Marathon in support of the Children’s Miracle Network. More information is online at aggie dance marathon dot com.
(KILL 3/4) The Arts Council and Messina Hof are looking for an original work of art to be featured on Messina Hof Artist Series Wine labels. The winning artist will receive $1,000 and a VIP package for the 2016 Texas Renaissance Festival. The theme of this year’s contest is Renaissance and submissions are due March 4th. For contest guidelines visit
(KILL 3/5) The 13th Annual Red Wasp Film Festival at Messina Hof Winery and Resort is Saturday, March 5th. The festival is free, but registrations are encouraged. For more information, visit red|
(KILL 3/11) The 2016-2017 window for student transfer applications in Bryan ISD is open now through March 11th. Applications can be found online at bryan|i-s-d dot org. 
(KILL 3/30) Through March, stop by the new Arts Council Gallery at Large in the Historic Kyle House in Downtown Bryan to view an exhibition of the work of artist David Sites.
(1/28-3/16) The J. Wayne Stark Galleries present the exhibition Heated Exchange, January 28th through March 16th. This exhibition features the encaustic art of heated beeswax, and how it can be used to produce appealing surfaces, luminous color, and ethereal layers.
(11/30-3/21) The George Bush Library is the first venue to host the historic “National Parks Photography Project” exhibit featuring photographs taken at all 59 National Parks by American photographer Mark Burns. On display through March.
(1/21-3/27) The J. Wayne Stark Galleries present their newest exhibition The New Humanists: Introspective Impressions from the Syracuse University Art Collection, January 21st through March 27.
(KILL 4/9) Kappa Alpha Theta's 31st Annual “Rock the CASA” 5K and silent auction will begin at 9:00am on Saturday April 9, 2016. Go online to to register!
(1/15-6/12) The Forsyth Galleries present The Glass of Stevens & Williams, January 15th through June 12th. The exhibition features beautiful works of decorative art from one of the most prolific and well-known English glass factories of the late 19th century.
(1/16-6/12) The Forsyth Galleries present Painting the Four Seasons, January 16th through June 12th. The exhibition features seasonal landscapes from the Bill and Irma Runyon Art Collection by artists such as Joseph Henry Sharp, Childe Hassam [pronounced Child HASS-um], and “Grandma” Moses.
(3/8-4/3) Texas A&M is now hosting one of the world's most treasured books, William Shakespeare's First Folio. The folio is on display in the Stark Galleries.
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The Brazos Valley Farmers Market is held on the north side of downtown Bryan. Vendors are set up on 21st Street between Main and Bryan, SATURDAY (SA) mornings between 8 and noon.
The Downtown Bryan Association invites you to explore and discover Downtown Bryan on this month's First Friday. For more information on this month's activities, visit downtownbryan•com.
Come to Mic Check Poetry Sunday evenings at 8:30 at Revolution Cafe and Bar in Downtown Bryan. Event details and upcoming features are online at mic|check|poetry•com.
The Bryan Spring & Summer Activity Guide is now available online or for pick up at the City of Bryan Municipal Office Building, Parks and Recreation office, and Clara Mounce Library. Registration is now open for all programs.
For more information about becoming a Master Gardener, Brazos County gardening best practices, or other gardening events, visit their website at brazos|m|g•com or on Facebook at facebook•com slash brazos|m|g.
Participating Northgate businesses have special red cups ready to give out and fill up with free, non-alcoholic refreshments to anyone identifying themselves as the sober driver for the night from B-V-CASA and the Sheriff's Department.
The Brazos Valley Farmers' Market Association offers fresh locally grown vegetables and fruits for sale every Saturday morning from 8:00 a.m. to noon on the corner of Texas Ave. & William J. Bryan Pkwy.
Visit the finest museums and galleries in the Brazos Valley with the Museum Pass! This exclusive pass lets you visit many area museums, all for one low price. Click on the Museum Pass link at to purchase one today!
The Community Foundation builds charitable endowment funds to benefit area non-profits far into the future. Consider the options of building your charitable legacy with the Community Foundation at c-f-b-v dot org
The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley is a local foundation serving the needs of local people who want their legacy of giving to continue safely into the future. To find out how this non-profit foundation can help your charitable planning locally, contact the Community Foundation at
The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley pools over fifty local funds to benefit the non-profits of the Brazos Valley. To ensure your legacy, contact the community foundation at
Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living is a community based non-profit organization of and for people with disabilities. Visit them on facebook or call 776-5505.
Help the Brazos Valley Food Bank bring hope to the table by supporting the Feeding Hope Sponsorship Campaign. Sponsorship opportunities can be found at  b-v-f-b dot org
The Brazos Valley Service Rifle Association is seeking new members. They are dedicated to promoting high-power rifle marksmanship in the Brazos Valley. For more information, visit b-v-s-r-a dot org.
The first Tuesday of each month, join the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, for Recycle Days!  Bring in your recycled goods and you will receive half-priced admission.  For more information, please call (979) 779-KIDS (5437) or visit <>.
The Brazos Valley Texas Master Naturalists is holding monthly meetings in the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History’s Discovery Room on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. Join the Chapter for this free event.
The Rio Brazos Audubon Society is holding monthly meetings in the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History’s Discovery Room on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm. The meetings are free and open to visitors.
DBSA Brazos County is a free, peer-led support group for people with depression or bipolar illness and their families. Email for more information.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley is seeking adult volunteers to be a friend and mentor to local children.  Call 268-5814 or log on to
You can help fund Innovative and Creative teaching grants and scholarships that allow students learning opportunities in CSISD.  For more information visit
The Brazos County 4H Faith Riders are seeking new members to join their youth drill team on horseback. For practice schedules and more information, please call 979-324-6390.
Visit the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History. Admission is 5 dollars for adults and 4 dollars for students, seniors and children. Children under three are free. Find more at
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 at jpaul at brazos-county-tx dot gov.
Join Texas A&M’s College of Medicine each Thursday evening at the Texas A&M Health Science Center campus on Highway 47 for this year’s Mini-Medical School. These free public talks on health and medicine are followed by Q&A sessions with the health expert. Some of this year’s topics include neurosurgery, cancer risks, how blood vessels grow, and communicating better with your doctor. Go to to learn more. The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine’s 2014 Mini-Medical School does more than educate…it puts you at the forefront of health care!
The Native Plant Society of Texas and Monarch Watch are partnering in a new program called “Bring Back the Monarchs to Texas.” Small grants will be made available to schools, nature centers, and other organizations to create demonstration gardens or “Monarch Waystations” with habitat for migrating Monarchs. The application process for grants is described on the Native Plant Society of Texas website at
On the second weekend of each month, in cooperation with the City of Brenham and Washington County, a recycling trailer will be available for use by area residents and park staff.  The ten bin trailer will arrive on Fridays and then be picked up early Monday mornings.  Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historical Park is located off Highway 105 between Navasota and Brenham on FM 1155.  For additional details call (936) 878-2214, ask for Becky.
Consider opening your heart and home to an ADVENTURE!  HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT! Call NW Services, INC. (ink) PEACE Program TODAY! Vist n-w dash services dot com
The Stark Galleries and the Forsyth Galleries at Texas A&M University would like to invite the public to see their FREE exhibitions.  Located in the newly renovated MSC on campus, the Stark Galleries can be found on the ground floor, and the Forsyth Galleries are on the 2nd floor.  Operating hours are Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, Noon until 6:00 pm.   Both galleries have docent positions available and need volunteers!  For more information, please call 979-845-9251 or visit our websites: or
The Blood Center of Brazos Valley introduces CFLexpress, a new benefit that allows donors to electronically complete the required pre-donation health history interview from the comfort of their home or office. A donor may access CFLexpress through The Blood Center’s website, <>.
FACETS (Families of Autistic Children Engaged Together for Support) meets the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  During the school year (September through May). FACETS meets at the Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center in Bryan. Childcare is provided while parents can network and listen to an informational program.  Whether you are the parent, sibling, grandparent, or family friend of a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we are here to help support each other.  New faces are always welcome.
Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Girls in grades K-12 are invited to begin their Girl Scout journey with the new school year. All of the fun Girl Scouts of Central Texas programs and activities - from camping to computers, arts to engineering, and service projects to field trips - are designed to challenge and prepare girls for the future. Visit <> for more information, or call (800) 733-0011 to speak with your local Pathway Coordinator.



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