This Week (September 15-19)

Monday

  • Applications are open for Bryan city boards, committees and commissions. Forms are on the city website and must be completed by Monday.

Tuesday

  • The Brazos Valley Society for Human Resource Management will hold their annual business seminar on Tuesday at the Hilton Garden Inn. Visit bv-shrm.shrm.org for details and registration.
  • Come to the Arts Council annual awards dinner with live music, auctions and raffles on Tuesday. Reserve a spot at acbv.org.
  • The Brazos County Aggie Moms will hold a Howdy Tea Tuesday from 4-6 at the President's Home on Campus. More details on the calendar tab at brazoscomoms.aggienetwork.com

Wednesday

  • The VA’s Waco Regional Office invites the public to a town hall Wednesday at Bosque Theater in the Waco Convention Center from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Find details at benefits.va.gov/waco.

Thursday

  • The President of the Treasury Board of Canada, will discuss the modernization of the Canadian government on Thursday at 5:30 pm at the George Bush Presidential Library. Open to the public. Register by calling (979) 845-1927.
  • The Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts presents “Basetrack” on Wednesday and Thursday evening at Rudder Theater at 7. Purchase tickets at AcademyArts.tamu.edu.
  • Purchase tickets by Thursday for the Minds Matter Luncheon and Silent Edible Auction benefiting the MHMR Authority of the Brazos Valley held September 25 at the Phillips event center. Details at mhmrabv.org.
  • This is the final week for Stage Center's production of Neil Simon's Barefoot in the Park Thursday through Saturday at 7pm. Additional show times and tickets at stagecenter.net.

Saturday

  • Math Circle is for students in 5th through 12th grades who love math. Come to the first meeting on Saturday from 3 to 5 in Blocker 220 on the Texas A&M campus. More information at mathcircle.tamu.edu.
  • The Thin Blue Line Brazos Valley Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club will hold the Backing the Badges First Responder Benefit bike wash on Saturday from 11 to 3 at Independence Harley Davidson.
  • Round Top Festival Institute hosts Home on the Range: The Texas Landscape in Art and Music on Saturday. Find out more at festivalhill.org.

Sunday

  • Come out to Market on the Green this Sunday (9/21) from 10 to 2 at Millican Reserve. Guests and activity information at marketonthegreen.splashthat.com.
  • On Sunday the Forsyth Galleries are offering a Family Workshop featuring Color Block Printing! Students attend FREE. For more information visit uart.tamu.edu.
  • See Carol Flueckiger's solar-powered cyanotypes inspired by early American feminist history at the MSC Reynolds Gallery through Sunday. For information visit vac.tamu.edu.

 

 

Continuing

  • Come out to Barrington Farm every weekend in September and join in the cotton harvest. Call Jessica at (936) 878-2214 for more information.
  • 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 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.
  • See Brazos Valley Art League’s themed member show The Blues through October 11th at The Texas Gallery. Hours and admission are at bvartleague.org.

 

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