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San Angelo, TX 76901

Cool Events

 

 

Fort Concho’s biggest event of the year! “Christmas at Old Fort Concho” December 7th- 9th. For all the event info go to “fortconcho.com”

 

Country singer Dale Watson will be headlining the 2019 West Texas Boys Ranch Ball @ January 19th at the Wells Fargo Pavilion. A dinner, a silent auction and dancing. Tickets now on sale @ "wtbr.org". For more information, contact Jill Mitchell, Donor Relations Coordinator at West Texas Boys Ranch, at 325-949-1936.

 

THE PEOPLE/PLANT CONNECTION. MONTHLY LUNCH ‘N’ LEARN SEMINAR ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7th FROM NOON UNTIL 1 P.M. GUEST SPEAKER, JOHN BEGNAUD, the retired AGRILIFE EXTENSION AGENT WILL BE TALKING ABOUT “PECAN TREE PLANTING AND CARE”. HOW TO PLANT NEW TREES For BEST START AND HOW TO CARE FOR NEW AND ESTABLISHED TREES TO GET THE BEST PRODUCTION OF PECANS. HELD AT THE AGRILIFE EXTENSION OFFICE, 113 West BEAUREGARD. the COST is 5 dollars.

 

25th anniversary of Concho Christmas Celebration Tour of Lights is every night through Monday, Dec. 31st. Open from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. weeknights, & 6 p.m. to Midnight Fri. & Sat. Suggested donation of $5 per vehicle, and families are invited to walk, run, bike, or drive the Tour. Several other events are planned and for dates and times, visit the Concho Christmas Celebration website, "concho christmas celebration dot com".

Family Shelter is seeking donors for its annual Christmas “adopt-a-mom” program. Donors are provided a wish list from the moms and children that reside at the safe haven. Gift givers can also choose single adults residing at the shelter. Needed items include unwrapped gifts for adults, teenagers and children, stocking stuffers, gift bags, wrapping paper, ribbon & tape. Contact Valerie or Hilarie at 325-655-5774. Donation checks may be brought to the shelter or to: Family Shelter, P.O. Box 5018, San Angelo, Texas 76902

 

Angelo State Planetarium presenting 2 astronomy shows in the Vincent Building. Each Thursday “Season of Light” at 7 p.m. & “Secret Lives of Stars” at 8 p.m. Open to the public with admission $3 for adults and $2 for children, active military and senior citizens. ASU students, faculty and staff admitted free.

 

City Parks & Rec Dept. is considering installing hammock hookup poles where the public could hang their own hammocks to relax. They need the public’s thoughts on the best place to do this … that is, where would citizens most like to recline in their own hammock. Parks and Recreation is conducting an online survey of possible park locations from now through December 15 "cosatx.us/hammock".

 

Concho Christmas Celebration continues... activities include “Run Rudolph Run,” a non-competitive fun run; “Tuba Christmas” at Museum of Fine Arts; and the new “Kayak Through the Lights,” an evening paddle along the Concho River. FMI: "Concho Christmas Celebration dot com."