Editor's Choice Events for Texas
Midland, Great Outdoors Expo (6/23 - 6/25): Silver Spur Trade Shows will host its annual Great Outdoors Expo, featuring over 120 vendor booths of fishing, hunting, camping, & general outdoor products & MORE. There’s something for everyone. Boo
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Jefferson, Marvelous Wonderettes - Act 2 (6/30 - 7/3): Musical production to be presented at the Jefferson Playhouse June 30-July 3, 7:30 pm and 3 pm Sunday matinee. Tickets $18 and $15 available at The Willow Tree 903-601-4515, 903-665-2310 or JeffersonO
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Abilene, Alliance Casino Night (6/29): Join us for Alliance for Women and Children's new fundraising event - Casino Night held at The Grace Museum! Dress in your best 1920's themed cocktail attire!
Amarillo, Cidal CD Release Party (7/1): Cidal is releasing their official full length self titled album and getting ready to go on tour across the nation.
Angleton, Light up Angleton 5K - 2017 (7/15): Join us to light up the town neon in this night time 5K run. The race will start and finish at Freedom Park in Angleton. Come out for a good time!
Arlington, Milton H. Greene: Women (5/13 - 8/6): The range of Milton Greene’s subjects include such people as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Marlene Dietrich, Grace Kelly,
Aubrey, Freedom FEST at the ranch (7/1): 17th Annual Freedom Fest - NEW DATE THIS YEAR on Saturday July 1. pay at the gate tons of fun for the whole family.
Austin, 2016 Austin Winter Flea Market (1/7 - 12/31): Austin Country Fleamarket is one of the oldest and largest fleamarkets in the Central Texas Area.
Austin, 2017 Agents and Editors Conference (6/30 - 7/2): JOIN THIS EVENT PAGE IF YOU'RE ALREADY REGISTERED OR ARE CONSIDERING REGISTERING FOR THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE TO RECEIVE UPDATES ON PLANS AND PROGRAMMING AS THEY DEVELOP.
Austin, 3rd Of July Rock Show (7/3): Come and celebrate the Holiday a day early with BURNING YEARS, GOLD STEPS, HATING NATE and BROKEN ATLAS a fun Pop Punk/ Alt night at the mohawk! all ages!
Austin, 4th Annual 4th of July Extravaganza (7/4): Once again we roll up our sleeves and get ready to celebrate the independence of our fine nation with live music, free hot dogs, whole hog roasting, ice cold beer, hot dog eating contest and damn fine
Austin, 4th of July party (7/4): Join us for our annual 4th of July party! We'll be celebrating the red, white, and blue by pouring quality American Hops & Grain beers! Plus, jamming all the American hits with The Happy Lobster Truck
Austin, 4th of July Party Sale (7/1): Austin darlings, we’d love it if you joined us Saturday, July 1st, from 11AM - 7PM for our 4th of July PARTY + SALE!
Austin, 4th of July Weekend at Volstead (6/30 - 7/5): Come celebrate your long 4th of July weekend at The Volstead! No cover!
Friday, June 30th: Crashing In with King Louie!Saturday, July 1st: DJ Orion Garcia
Austin, 4th of July YEAR 4! with Cool Beans and Great Yall (7/1): Our friend Cool Beans and The Great Y'all will be driving over this year and serving up awesome food for the 4th of July! but its gonna be on the 1st! haha! All yoour favorite plus more!
Austin, 7th Annual Corn Dog Eating Contest (7/4): Celebrate our freedom to eat as damn much as we can as fast as we can by joining us on Tuesday, July 4th @ 2:00 pm as we hold our 7th Annual Corn Dog Eating Contest!
Austin, 9th Annual Tee It Up for Cole Pittman Golf Tournament (7/15): The annual “Tee it up for Cole P. Golf Tournament” honors and remembers the life of former Longhorn Cole Pittman and benefits the Brandon Cole Pittman Endowed Scholarship, providing scholarships to un
Austin, Absolute Beginning Hip Hop Workshop for Adults (6/6 - 7/18): A Hip Hop workshop for adults!
Hip hop is tons of fun for all skill levels! This six-week workshop is designed to introduce adults ages 17 and older to the hip hop culture and dance.
Austin, Adoption Event (7/1): Come on out to our adoption event. We'll be showcasing our wonderful adoptable dogs and puppies. Visit us and learn how you can help save the lives of high risk pups in Texas. Meet your next furry fri
Austin, Art After Six Symbolism (6/30): The next Art After Six event will explore why artists incorporate symbolism into their work and how viewers can navigate it. Panelists include artists Terri St. Arnauld & Frank Yezer, JoAnna Johnson,
Austin, Artisan Mercado on Congress & 5th (5/20 - 9/16): Tourists as well as local residents can now shop for unique, handcrafted Latino gifts downtown at the Artisan Mercado on Congress and 5th Street from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every third Saturday begin
Austin, Austin Meet and Greet (7/1): Come and Meet some of our Great Pyrs in the Austin/San Antonio area. First Saturday of Every Month Contact Katie at email@example.com for more infomation
Austin, Austin Sustainable Building Materials Forum (6/30): Building materials are a big deal. Building booms create competition not only for labor and equipment, but also for construction materials—affecting supply lines, timelines and bottom lines.
Austin, Austin Twerkshop (6/30): The Boss Chick Dance Workout 2017 Sweat & Slay Tour is hitting Austin! The world renowned sold out twerkshop is back on the road and ready to empower even more women!
Austin, Batter Up for Virginia (7/1): Join us on July 1st as Austin's culinary community comes together to honor and raise funds for the city’s beloved and former editor of the Austin Chronicle, Virginia B. Wood.
Austin, Beauty Meets Bollywood Party (7/1): Join us for the ultimate Bollywood experience at Cotone Clothing + Beauty Bar!
Enjoy complimentary lite bites, bubbly and henna tattoos + mini makeovers using our exclusive line of Jentri Quinn Make
Austin, Blue Owl Brewing Little Boss 6 Ways (7/1): Join #youratxbottleshop & Blue Owl Brewing as we showcase the awesomeness & diversity of the Little Boss, their sour wheat ale. We're going to infuse different ingredients into the sour ale to give yo
Austin, Bob Livingston House Concert (7/1): Bob Livingston will be performing at Bayou Concerts in North Austin on July 1, 2017. For reservations and info email info@BayouConcerts.com or call
Austin, Brixton Comedy Hour (7/6): A free stand up comedy show featuring some of the best locals in town, ranging from fresh new faces to seasoned comedians. Always free, and always funny! This month's line up Allison O'Conor, Tyler Gr
Austin, BSS Night at the Driveway (7/6): Join Bicycle Sport Shop for a night at the Driveway Race Series (and it's Ladies Night)! We'll have a tent to hang out under, and you can cheer on your favorite Bicycle Sport Shop Club and Super Squad
Austin, Burger Brunch (7/2): Burger Bruch is back, y'all!nJoin us on Sunday, July 2nd for the first of many parties in our new home - 900 West 10th Street!
Austin, CampGEN!: Girls Empowerment Networks Summer Camp 2017 (6/26 - 6/28): Girls Empowerment Network's summer day camp, campGEN, serves girls in grades 3-8. CampGEN girls participate in fun, interactive workshops during weeklong sessions that are designed to help girls feel
Austin, Community Happy Hour (7/6): It's officially summer so come take a break, meet some new faces and see what we'll have rolling out for the rest of those hot sunny ATX days filled with creative workshops, screenings and all things
Austin, Conscious Media Festival Summer Immersion (7/14 - 7/16): Many of us struggle with getting this part down. But once we do, we feel great relief and begin to soar. Our content is constantly evolving as are we, so let’s create a format that can expand to our f
Austin, Easy Tiger Free Summer Series Anchorman (7/2): Grab a Scotch, and join us for the premiere of our FREE Easy Tiger Summer Series featuring funnyman Will Ferrell! Screenings will run Sunday nights July 2 through August 27 starting around 9 pm.
Austin, Festival Chamber Orchestra (7/7): Mozart’s E-flat Piano Concerto and the chamber re-imagining of Mahler's Fourth Symphony. A sublime Viennese excursion directed by Austrian conductor, Andreas Mitisek, featuring Austin Chamber Music’s
Austin, Five For Fighting with String Quartet (7/14): The Los Angeles native, who goes by Five For Fighting (a five-minute penalty for on-the-ice fist-a-cuffs), burst on the scene some 15 years ago with his GRAMMY nominated hit ‘Superman (It’s Not Easy)
Austin, Flamenco Dance Workshop (6/8 - 6/29): A Beginning Flamenco Dance workshop for those who have had no Flamenco experience. Flamenco dance is a fun and expressive Spanish dance form.
Austin, Free Yoga at the springs (7/1): Join us one more time this year at our favorite Meetup spot *outside* the back entrance of Barton Springs.
Austin, Frootopia: Whose Set is it Anyway? (Improv (6/25): An improvised play that takes place in a set that audience members create using a combination of props supplied by Frootopia and/or items supplied by the audience. Once the stage is set, the improvise
Austin, Gloria Trevi vs Alejandra Guzmán (6/30): As expected, one of the most anticipated shows of the season, Gloria Trevi vs Alejandra Guzmán continues to make history, making a stop at the Frank Erwin Center on Friday, June 30.
Austin, Glow In The Sun at The Rattle Inn (6/30): Join us for our first show back at The Rattle Inn! The band members now include Nathan Shimek, Gib Segura, Mitch Stuart and Steve Powell.
Austin, Guys and Dolls (5/26 - 6/25): Set under the bright lights of Broadway and bustling with gamblers, gangsters, and sassy showgirls, Guys and Dolls is filled with wit, style, and sheer exuberant joy.
Austin, Guys and Dolls (5/26 - 6/25): Austin Playhouse is thrilled to close their season with the golden-age musical comedy Guys and Dolls from May 26–June 25, 2017. In the rough-and-tumble world of 1940s New York, con man Nathan Detroit
Austin, Hot Yoga Wednesdays benefiting Easterseals (7/5 - 7/19): Join Easterseals at Modo Yoga every Wednesday in July & August at 8 p.m. for hot yoga! This is Modo Yoga's only donation based class and in July and August all proceeds from these classes will benefit
Austin, HT Block Party (7/1): Join the Huston-Tillotson University Enrollment Management Team as we welcome future RAMS to our Summer Block Party!
Austin, In the Heights (5/31 - 7/2): This groundbreaking, vibrant musical won the Tony Award for Best Musical for Lin-Manuel Miranda and his dynamic creative team behind Broadway’s most talked about breakout hit Hamilton.
Austin, Independence Day Celebration (7/4): Enjoy the live music starting at 6:30 p.m in the Central Plaza. The Hill Country Galleria is home to over 20 restaurant & food options to suite your dinner time needs. Dine-in or order food to-go to
Austin, Independence Day Taco Revolución Celebration (7/1): First there was el book. Now there’s la cerveza. The Tacos of Texas and Independence Brewing are taking the tacos to a whole 'nother level with Revolución Saison Ale.
Austin, Intro to Watercolors Floral Letters (6/30): Join us for this introduction to watercolor painting workshop taught by Austin-based artist, Claire Thompson with Flower and Vine!
Austin, Iyengar Yoga Workshop with Sri Arun (7/7 - 7/9): Austin Yoga Institute and Clear Spring Studio are honored to welcome Sri H.S. Arun for this workshop in Austin. Arunji has practised and taught the art and science of yoga since 1976 and is a close di
Austin, Jackie Myers Quartet (7/7): My quartet will be playing happy hour at the Elephant Room July 7th and we couldn't be more excited. We'll have a mix of instrumentals, vocals, standards and originals. Come hang out!
Austin, July 2nd Mini Witches Market (7/2): Join us for a mini market showcasing select witches' wares! FEATURING
***Local Witches' Handcrafted Wares
***Brews & Spirits from The Butterfly Bar
Austin, July 4th WOD and Potluck BBQ (7/4): Join us after the 10am July 4th WOD for a potluck BBQ! We're going to have a grill, condiments, plates/utencils, and some ice chests ready to go.
Austin, July Meeting (7/7): We will now be meeting in the Community Room at Southeast Health and Wellness Center at 2901 Montopolis Drive, Austin 78741. Be a part of breastfeeding action in Central Texas - join CTBC for our mont
Austin, July Organizing Meeting (7/2): Welcome to Austin NOW! Welcome to the Austin chapter of the National Organization for Women! 2016-2017 has been an exciting year for us: our chapter has officially kicked back into gear.
Austin, June Block Party (6/30): You and all your friends are invited to this month's Block Party, co-hosted by Pink Cloud Shop and Lounge! We're hosting a pizza & ice cream social, capped off with speaker Jon W! Be there on Friday,
Austin, Kitty Yoga (7/2): Start your Sunday in Blue Cat Cafe learning the art of zen through Kitty Yoga!
Please bring your own mat, and arrive around 9:30 a.m. Kittie's have their own mats, but may want to share yours from ti
Austin, La La Land in Concert (6/30): See the hit movie like never before! La La Land in Concert includes a screening of the filme with Justin Hurwitz' award-winning score performed live by the Austin Symphony Orchestra.
Austin, Longhorns 2017 Tennis Camp (6/23 - 6/25): For 32 years, Longhorns Tennis Camp has provided the best training environment for players across the country, primarily in the great state of Texas.
Austin, Mandy Rowden Band at The Saxon Pub (7/1): Come check out the band fresh off our trip to California! New songs, good folks, and fun times...always a blast at the Saxon.
Austin, Monthly Womens Workshop June (6/30): To live, is to struggle.... but there is no question that being a woman has it's own set of unique challenges. Females of Austin: Join us, as we explore our own limitless strength, power and potential
Austin, Murph Day 2017: CrossFit Austin (7/1): CrossFit Austin will be hosting Murph Day Saturday (7/1/2017) honoring the memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy and all fallen veterans.
Austin, Nakia and His Southern Cousins 10 Year Reunion (6/29): The evening will include performances by Jonathan Terrell opening the show and support by Suzanna Choffel. In addition to the reunion, Nakia & His Southern Cousins will be releasing a new record of pr
Austin, Neil Gaiman (7/6): Gaiman’s bestselling contemporary fantasy novel, American Gods, took the Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker, and Locus awards—as did his bestselling young adult story, Coraline. Another children’s novel, The G
Austin, Queer Film Theory 101 (7/3): Austin comedians Roxy Castillo, Eboni Staten and Dale Herbert and Host Micheal Foulk bring you Queer Film Theory 101. Look to your left, now look to your right. Neither of these LGBTQ people have seen
Austin, Sabor Flamenco (6/30 - 7/2): A’lante takes flamenco back to the kitchen in their most lighthearted show yet, sharing joy, sorrow, and laughter over a few good recipes shared with the audience! And as always, award-winning A’lante
Austin, Sip to Support with L&B (7/6): Join Lesbutante & The Boss and Wolfpack Productions every first Thursday of the month this summer from 6pm-9pm at Sellers Underground for the tastiest cocktails in the warehouse district.
Austin, Summer Film Camp (6/5 - 7/28): Our Summer Film Camp is all about storytelling. We encourage aspiring filmmakers ages 9-18 to find and tell their own stories. Then we teach them how to turn those stories into their very own movies w
Austin, Supper Club Summer Series Part 1 (6/30): Join us on Friday, June 30th for our first supper club of the summer!
Come taste the delicious menu our chefs have created, which hightlights the best flavors of the summer season.
Austin, TenderQueer Art Exhibit (7/6): 'TenderQueer' is an illustrative portrait series exploring the stories of how the intentional queering of Black masculine identity can provide a space for healing while unpacking and exploring the ave
Austin, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses (7/7): Celebrating 30 years of stirring virtual adventure and memorable soundtracks with live orchestral renditions directly approved by franchise producer Eiji Aonuma, The Symphony of the Goddesses is now i
Austin, The Love of China Kids Dance Summer Camp (6/26 - 6/30): Both girls and boys are welcome. Program: Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Chinese dance, taught by professional teachers. Each day will feature a different style of dance.
Austin, The Ragbag Shoes (7/8 - 7/15): Iyana, so he cobbles together a pair of shoes with the old scraps found in his ragbag. But ugly or not, the shoes are made from magic. Iyana learns to both respect the history of her ragbag shoes, an
Austin, The Texas Volleyball Camp All Skills Camp (6/26 - 6/28): The All Skills Camp is not position specific and is designed to meet the needs of all volleyball players. Skill development is emphasized during hours of on-court instruction.
Austin, Trailer Food Tuesdays (6/27 - 8/15): The downtown skyline is the backdrop as 14-16 of Austin’s finest food trailers roll on to the City Terrace. Add family-friendly live music and Austin’s Best Downtown View, and you’ve got a HUGE hit! B
Austin, Tuesday Yappy Hour : Every Tuesday between the hours 12pm-6pm, bring out a k9 friend and enjoy a FREE second hour, on Rowing Dock. We love to see your furry friends, just as much as we do you!
Dogs are allowed on a varie
Bacliff, 2017 Patriotic Fest Bastrop (7/1): The Patriotic Fest will be held on July 1, 2017. The festival will feature a water wonderland for the kids, contests, a petting zoo, a car show, children's activity area, a DJ playing music all day, a
Bandera, 2017 Bandera Market Days (7/1 - 11/4): Held on the first Saturday of each month from April - November on the Courthouse Lawn, Bandera Market Days offers something for everyone.
Bay City, June Painting Party (6/29): We're ready for our next painting party and we'd like your help picking what to paint. Post your suggestions in the comments of this event. Once we get a few suggestions...we'll put it to a vote!
Belton, Festival on Nolan Creek 2017 (7/4): Join us as we celebrate the 4th of July in Belton by bringing your talents to sell and share at the Festival on Nolan Creek.
Boerne, 2017 Boerne Market Days (5/13 - 12/10): Come and enjoy great shopping in an outdoor setting with artists, craftsmen and vendors sharing their creative talents and wares to the background music.
Brownwood, Fireworks at the Lake (7/1): Annual fireworks and concert at the Wild duck Marina, Lake Brownwood
Rare Dog will go on stage at 8:00 pm to open for Callahan Divide who will go on stage about 10:30.
Brownwood, Relay for Life of Brown County (7/8): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.
Burton, Camp PHEver (7/9 - 7/14): Camp PHEver’s mission is to provide children and adolescents with PKU a typical summer camp experience where they can meet new friends, reunite with old camp buddies and just have FUN.
Canyon, Summer Education Programs (6/5 - 8/11): Take a moment out of your hot summer day and craft something with us! Each Monday, Thursday, and Friday throughout the entire summer there will be an in-gallery activity from 1-3.
Cedar Hill, Spotlight on Pythons! (7/1): The largest snakes in the world-and the coolest! Get a chance to hold our python, Cairo, as we explore these slithering snakes! #backyardspotlight Live Exotic & Indigenous Animals! Live Animal Encount
Cedar Park, 4th of July Parade and Celebration (7/4): At the celebration, enjoy live music, bingo, a washer tournament, air castles, free watermelon and a fireworks display. Fees apply for food concessions, face painting, and carnival games and rides. Y
Conroe, Iron Kids Camp (7/1): Irons Camp is a fun event that offer physical fitness and agility training, leadership development, and exposure to the latest educational technology through Microsoft.
Coppell, Camp Do-It-All (6/5 - 8/18): Camp Do-It-All is an award-winning day camp program designed for girls and boys ages 6-12 years old. Campers will participate in swimming, roller skating, movies, board games, and field trips to excit
Corpus Christi, Art - Craft Exhibition #2 (7/1): Please join us as we present our local artists & craft-maker talent. Artist and craft-makers will have their work on display in TANNINS wine bar for all to see and to be sold.
Corpus Christi, Julian Onderdonk and the Texan Landscape (5/12 - 8/31): Julian Onderdonk and the Texan Landscape presents a select group of extraordinary landscape paintings by the Texas artist Julian Onderdonk (1882-1922).
Corpus Christi, The Outwin 2016 American Portraiture Today (6/2 - 9/10): Every three years, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery invites artists across America to present the art of portraiture through its Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition.
Crawford, 3rd Annual Spokes and Sparklers (7/1): Come out for distances of 13, 26, 38, and 55 mile routes for ALL levels of cyclists. Picnic to follow. Hamburgers and hotdogs provided, everyone just bring a side to share.
Cypress, BurnFit Bootcamp Throwback (7/1): Join us to celebrate the inception of our first year anniversary. Our first trainings were bootcamps, and we will honor the day as a throwback outdoor bootcamp session in front of our studio
Cypress, Upbring Golf Houston 2017 (6/26): Join us for an 18-hole, four-person scramble at BlackHorse Golf Club. All funds raised will directly benefit the girls at Upbring Krause Children’s Center in Katy.
Dallas, 2017 Commerce Street Night Market (6/30 - 7/28): Featuring Clothing, Housewares, Paper products/stationery, Visual art, Jewelry, Books/music, Vintage/repurposed goods and lots more.
Dallas, 2017 Crescent Court Summer Farmers Market (7/1): There will be artisans and vendors offering unique and quality handmade or handcrafted work or products. Enjoy live music and a variety of food offered by the food vendors.
Dallas, 3rd Annual Red, White Brew (7/1): Come join us and our friends from Dirtbag Charities for our 3rd Annual Red, White & Brew Shin Dig!
Dallas, A Conversation with Lucy Kalanithi, M.D. (6/27): Initiative led by Vice President Biden 44 and benefits Cancer Support Community North Texas. Standing alongside her husband during his life, diagnosis, treatment, and death, Dr. Kalanithi has special
Dallas, Adult Amateur Chess Tournament (6/25): Little Knights Chess School Frisco is organizing Adult Amateur Chess Tournament
Sunday June 25th, 2017 - 2:00-3:30PM
Dallas, All Love Rocks (7/1): Jeremy Manson Photography and Faces NeNe brings to you our first ever "All Love Rocks" campaign.
Dallas, Butterfly Tea Party (6/29): Fancy’ activities, crafts, tea, & snacks, as we celebrate the book, “Bonjour Butterfly,” by Jane O'Connor! We end our party with our noon butterfly release. Fancy Nancy Series © 2009 Jane O'Connor an
Dallas, Coffee with the Kids (7/13): Coffee with the Kids is a great opportunity for groups and individuals to learn about Vogel Alcove and our mission to help children recover from the effects of homelessness.
Dallas, Cries From Syria Documentary Screening (7/10): Please join us on June 25th in Dallas, TX for a screening of Cries From Syria, sponsored by the Syrian American Council. Screening starts at 2:00pm.
Dallas, Cycle for STEM (Charity Ride @ Soulcycle) (6/29): Dallas Millennial Club and Soulcycle-Uptown are teaming up for a charity ride to benefit STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in Dallas.
Dallas, Divas and Desserts (6/25): Join in the fun with an evening of Divalicious Drag Queens and Kings while enjoying an array of scrumptious confections, candies and cakes paired with unique cocktails.
Dallas, Drawing from the Masters (2/12 - 8/13): Enjoy afternoons of informal drawing instruction as artist Ian O’Brien leads you through the Meadows Museum’s galleries.
Dallas, EclectiK Soul Sundays • Live Jam Session • Open-Mic (6/25): Open Mic x Jam Session! Poetry, Hip Hop, Soul, Live Art Expressions Hosted by @konsciouskonnect. Each performer gets one slot for up to 3 minutes, or one full song to perform. SIGN UP LIST IS AVAILABL
Dallas, Exhibit: Filming the Camps (2/16 - 7/31): The Nuremberg Trials in 1945 used an unprecedented form of evidence— film of the war and liberation of the concentration camps.
Dallas, Free Summer Fun Makes Life Sweeter at Willowcreek (6/27 - 8/10): An 8-week series of events full of warm-weather and free fun for the whole family. Enter for a chance to win the an exciting gift basket packed full of a variety of prizes like gift certificates to Pl
Dallas, Hard Conversations: Toxic Inequality (6/28): This event will be held in the Auditorium (1st Floor) of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library. Follow signs to underground parking on Wood St.
Dallas, Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion (5/21 - 8/20): Experience the bold vision of one of today's most original fashion designers with 45 exquisite outfits from 15 collections in Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion.
Dallas, Isha: Inner Engineering Total (6/29 - 7/2): An individual, from body, mind, emotions, and the fundamental life energy within and imparts the distilled essence of yogic science. The program has been designed by Sadhguru, a yogi, visionary and on
Dallas, Kendra Scott Gives Back to YRG (6/29): Enjoy some bubbly while shopping for a fantastic cause! Kendra Scott will be donating 20% of the evening proceeds directly to the Yellow Rose Gala! Spread the word, everyone's invited!
Dallas, Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed (2/11 - 9/4): Uncover a world buried over time, in Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed. Explore the social, natural, and spiritual realms of the Maya – past and present.
Dallas, NGAN General Body Meeting (6/29): All are welcomed to our monthly general body meeting. Our meetings are open spaces for all people and all ages to get engaged in the work of the Next Generation Action Network.
Dallas, Our Village Playdate: Singalong (6/28): Andy Mason will be hosting a sing-a-long on Wednesday June 28th at 10:30. Run a errand after class, grab some coffee or get an early seat together, and join us for a Our Village Play date.
Dallas, Roni Horn (5/20 - 8/20): Over nearly four decades, American artist Roni Horn (born 1955) has created a rich body of work that encompasses sculpture, drawing, collage, photography, and artist’s books.
Dallas, Sake Sunday - Tasting and Dinner (6/25): This Sake Sunday will be hosted by George Kaiho and feature sakes from Southern Glazers of Texas. Sake drinks throughout the evening with expert guidance on history & tasting notes, Special Japanese
Dallas, Stories and More! (7/6): Our butterflies for story time! We make crafts, read a book, meet special friends and enjoy themed snacks. Discover easy ways to sustain the natural world with us as you tour 7.5 acres of organic gar
Dallas, Summer Discovery Camp (6/12 - 8/18): Discovery Camps are the place to be for kids who love to get hands-on with science! They’ll have a blast exploring topics such as paleontology, chemistry, and more.
Dallas, The Dallas Bake Off 2017 (7/8): We are excited to have local celebrity guest judges Bronwen Weber, Kate Weiser, Nicolas Blouin, and a mystery judge! Competition categories include cakes, cookies, macarons, pie, cupcakes, and more..
Dallas, THE DALLAS FIVE Fundraising Event (7/8): This will be a day of music and activities in memory of the four Dallas Police Officers and one Dallas Dart Police Officer killed in the line of duty on the night of July 7, 2016.
Dallas, The Science of Art Summer Camp (6/12 - 7/21): The Science of Arts Summer Camp will engage students in the creation of art projects through the lens of science, problem solving, and research of African and African American history.
Dallas, Ultimate Hike Information Meeting (6/26): Add meaning to your miles as you raise funds to help end the number one disease killer of children - cancer. Our team will provide you the training, support, and inspiration you need to cross the fini
El Paso, El Paso Ice Cream Festival 2017 (7/2): Bigger, better and sweeter than ever with MORE ice cream, MORE variety of flavors & frozen treats, and MORE family-friendly activities!
El Paso, Hablemo$ de Dinero (6/29): COME JOIN US on Thursday, June 29th at the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (2401 E. Missouri Ave) for our FREE Hablemos de Dinero session!
El Paso, PechaKucha Night El Paso v.16 (6/29): The global PechaKucha sensation returns to kick off the summer downtown on Thursday, June 29th for volume 16.
El Paso, Spirit Lines: Helen Hardin Etchings (6/9 - 10/8): Helen Hardin (1943–1984) was a significant Native American artist during her lifetime and created avenues for other Native women to break from traditionalism.
El Paso, The Red That Colored the World (5/12 - 8/20): The color red is one of the most seductive, powerful, and emotional colors to exist. For centuries artists and merchants searched for a color source to rival the best reds of nature.
El Paso, Ysleta Mission Festival 2017 (7/15): The annual Ysleta Mission Festival, recognized as one of El Paso’s premier festival events, attracts thousands of music lovers and family fun-seekers to the grounds of the 334 year old Ysleta Mission.
Farmers Branch, 2017 Independence Day Celebration (7/3): The Independence Day Celebration will be held on July 3, 2017. The activities will include live music, low level fireworks, patriotic celebration, dance and more.
Farmers Branch, Meditation for families with Children aged 5-10 (7/9): In the classes for children, ages 5-10, they will: learn how to relax and fill themselves with peace and respect, listen to positive stories about values think about a peaceful world and what that wou
Fort Worth, Adventures with Clifford The Big Red Dog (5/27 - 9/24): Adventures with Clifford The Big Red Dog transports children and adults to the world of Clifford™, Emily Elizabeth™and all the residents of Birdwell Island.
Fort Worth, BrothersKeepers Friends and Members Quarterly Mixer (6/28): BrothersKeepers provides once-in-a-lifetime experiential retreats and ongoing support that offers profound healing and fellowship for wounded veterans, first responders, their families and others tire
Fort Worth, Cowtown Farmers Market (7/1 - 8/26): Not only do we have awesome farmers, we also have awesome artisans. Local products, made with local materials.
Fort Worth, Cupcake Social (6/27): Join us for Cupcakes and Crafts for a Cause!
Our friends at A Heart for Birthdays are celebrating their first year in our community
Fort Worth, Fort Worths Fourth (7/4): Family-friendly festival returns to Panther Island Pavilion. And as always, general admission, tubing and KidsZone activities are absolutely free! he Tejas Brothers and Party Machine bands will pump u
Fort Worth, FPC Music & Arts Camp: PRE-K & Kinder CAMP (6/26 - 6/30): Your young artists will sing, dance, drum, play bells and bars, and hone their visual arts skills under the tutelage of outstanding local teachers.
Fort Worth, Jalapeno Half (6/25): This year we add a 10k together with our 5k. All three distance are part of challenges! Everyone gets a finisher medal! THis is a flat course with very few turns with the beauty of the Trinity River T
Fort Worth, Jay Wilkinson: everyone poops (7/1): Artist Jay Wilkinson, deals in the exploration of the human condition and the intrinsic similartities that exist amongst us all.
Fort Worth, Lift Off Party Happy Hour Mixer (7/13): North Dallas Business Women are hosting a campaign fundraiser to support their sponsored candidate, Julie Burch in her campaign for National Vice President.
Fort Worth, One Flash Class Nikon (6/29): In this workshop, you will be learning how to take the flash off the camera to improve the quality of light on your subject.
Fort Worth, The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) (7/7 - 8/13): An irreverent roller coaster ride through the Good Book, from fig leaves to final judgment, three cultural guerrillas tackle the great theological questions. No one is safe, especially the first row,
Fort Worth, The Clearfork Farmers Market (7/1 - 12/30): The Clearfork Farmers Market strives to provide fresh, high-quality locally grown products ...and to promote and sustain local agriculture through farmer-consumer connections.
Fort Worth, Yoga + Brunch (7/9): We'll start off with a 60 min. all-levels class to relax the body, led by Arlington Yoga Center's Marissa Soto, then follow up with a delicious mimosa and brunch selection from the girls at Supernatur
Fredericksburg, 2017 Fredericksburg Trade Days (5/19 - 12/17): Shop with over 350 Vendors. You will find 7 barns and acres of Antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles.
Frisco, 2017 Carnival For Hope (7/10): Come One… Come All… to the Second Annual Carnival For Hope -- a fun evening of midway games and target shooting at the Frisco Gun Club (FGC) in Frisco, Texas.
Frisco, 2017 Frisco Freedom Fest (7/4): Frisco Freedom Fest will be held July 4, 2017. There will be activities for the entire family.
Galveston, 1892 Bishops Palace : Extended Tour (7/5 - 7/26): Guests to the Extended Tour of the 1892 Bishop's Palace will be treated to a guided viewing of the house complete with a stop at Mrs. Gresham's third floor painting studio.
Galveston, Beach Day (7/1): CrossFit Zeke is teaming up with Texas Parks and Wildlife Ambassadors for a fun community project.
Galveston, BOOTS N EATS on the Beach (7/1): Stewart Beach will offer one big party July 4th weekend thanks to the new “Boots ‘N Eats on the Beach” concert and food truck event.
Garland, First Response Appreciation Gala (7/15): On behalf of the residents of Rowlett, Texas, this is our way of thanking the first responders and volunteer organizations that came from all over North Texas to help in the immediate aftermath of the
Garland, Star-Spangled Spectacular 2017 (7/3): Enjoy Live Music, Face Painting, Bounce Houses, Entertainment, Food Trucks and more during Star-Spangled Spectacular. Additionally, the 92.1 Hank FM Party Patrol will be onsite with games, music, and
Georgetown, 2017 Georgetown Market Days (3/11 - 11/11): You will find an eclectic array of items at Market Days, including the finest handmade jewelry, distinctive home decor, handmade soaps and lotions, garden decor, plants and more.
Georgetown, Market Days in Georgetown (5/13 - 11/11): You will find an eclectic array of items at Market Days, including the finest handmade jewelry, distinctive home decor, handmade soaps and lotions, garden decor, plants...
Georgetown, WCRAS Volunteer Orientation (7/6): Volunteer Orientation covers the procedures, policies, vision, mission, and all the ways the volunteers can help the animals of the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter.
Goliad, Live Band, Craft Beer & Good Food! (7/1): Jon us for a day of live music, craft beer, and good food! The first guided tour of the brewery starts at 1:00pm, and a second starts at 3:00pm.
Granbury, McLean (7/1): Come honor the life of local hero Lance McLean the only way a CrossFit gym knows how. WOD, drinks, family, fun, a 5K, rope climbs, wall climbs, high fives and hugs.
Grand Prairie, I Run for Jacob 5K (7/1): Jacob Varghese was recently diagnosed with AML, acute myeloid leukemia. This particular disease interferes with the production of white and red blood cells and platelets.
Grapevine, 60th AGMC Jubilee Show: Rocks, Gems, Minerals and Jewelry (7/1 - 7/2): Featuring custom designs, fine jewelry, stone Identification, faceted gemstones, Druzy, cabochons, special shaped stones, tons of rough rocks, slabs, rare minerals, fossils, beads, metaphysical stones
Houston, 21st Annual Barrier Breaker Award Luncheon (6/27): The organization has had a long history of improving people’s lives in our community- it was initially established in 1945 by B’nai B’rith as the Jewish Vocational Guidance Services. This year the hon
Houston, A Better Yesterday (5/20 - 9/3): “Forgiveness means giving up all hope of a better past” is a truism today, originally from the lips of our great, philosophically-minded comedienne and actress Lily Tomlin."
Houston, A Better Yesterday (5/20 - 9/3): "Forgiveness means giving up all hope of a better past” is a truism today, originally from the lips of our great, philosophically-minded comedienne and actress Lily Tomlin.
Houston, Bayou Bikers (7/2): The month for 25- to 40-mile bike rides exploring the bayous of Houston. Rides are open to all. Mountain bikes or bikes with fat tires are necessary. This is an informal group whose purpose is to show
Houston, Bco Orientation Dinner (6/27): Have you been stalking the calendar for months (or years) and haven't joined yet... maybe you just have a few more questions? Or, you're already a member but you might need some tips on navigating th
Houston, Billie Gollnick Lecture with Seated Asanas (7/15): Indra Devi Swami Vishnudevananda BKS Iynegar Swami Muktananda Satya Sai Baba and her beloved teacher Ernest Wood. At nearly 90 years old, Billie began yoga studies in the late 1950's and began teachin
Houston, Buzzed Brews and Grooves Tour (7/1): An awesome package this up coming Brews & Grooves! Day of tour package includes Luxury Shuttle Service, Refreshments on the shuttle during the tour, 1st drink at each stop along the brewery tour route
Houston, Christmas in July 5K + Kids K (7/8): Join us for this fun-filled Christmas themed 5K benfiting The Salvation Army of Greater Houston! The Christmas in July 5K is the best distance for all level runners with a fun Fa La La Kids K at the e
Houston, Clutch City Bhangra Competition 2017! (7/1): Welcome back to Clutch City Bhangra Competition 2017! We are so excited to be hosting the Third Coast's premier bhangra competition.
Houston, Downtown Pub Crawl (7/8): Better and beerer than ever. We hope you can join us. You’ll get your punch card at that stop, and from there, you’ll learn your route. You’ll only need to hit the stops that are listed on your card –
Houston, Film Screening: Paris, Texas (6/26): Travis Henderson suddenly reappears in a deserted part of south Texas. His brother Walt fetches him and he is soon reunited with his son Hunter. He can't really explain why he's been away or why he's
Houston, Flesh and Bone Brunch (6/25): Join us on Sunday June 25th at 11am to 5pm for the Flesh & Bone Brunch at Southern Goods.
Houston, Free Books By KPMG (7/6): (KFFL) campaign to donate 15,000 new books (#15books) to young readers in Houston throughout the summer. KPMG's commitment to lifelong learning has dedicated their efforts on an initiative to do thei
Houston, Freedom Over Texas Festival (7/4): Houston’s official July 4th celebration takes place in Eleanor Tinsley Park at Buffalo Bayou and features live entertainment, food booths and a world-famous fireworks display.
Houston, Freedom, Flags and Fannies Pub Crawl (7/1): It's only a few weeks away so Purchase your tickets on Eventbrite today and claim your wristband to receive great Drink Specials! We will be donating All proceeds to the Boot Campaign!
Houston, Houston Headshots for Charity (6/30): Join Victoria Garcia Studios, Jesse Soto of Texas American Title Co. and Kimberly Azpeitia of OneGuard Home Warranties, as we offer the opportunity to update your headshot and give to a good cause.
Houston, Houstonias Summer Pop Up Shop (7/15): Sip, stroll and shop a curated collection of boutiques and local vendors for a one-day-only pop up shop event. Houstonia’s event staples- live-music, food, and drinks- will help keep you avid spenders
Houston, HTXO Social at Doc’s (6/28): If you have been looking for a group to explore Houston, do outdoor activities and meet people in your age range, you have finally found it! We are Houstonians (new, original and somewhere in between)
Houston, IA Collaborates (6/29): Lunch for Crime Victim Liaisons and other professionals who assist crime victims.
Houston, Into The Midst of Things (5/13 - 7/22): Performance, drawing, and writing are each about mark making. The bodily gesture in a performance carries with it a historical trace and movement knowledge, the linear gestures of drawing leave physic
Houston, Julydoscope (7/15): Enjoy a live performance by the musical group MUSIQA and poetry from Inprint. The CineSpace screening will begin at 8:30 pm. CineSpace is a collaboration between NASA and Houston Cinema Arts Society (
Houston, Kidpendence Day (7/4): Don’t forget to wear your red, white, and blue to pay tribute to the land of the free and the home of the brave. Kick off the festivity with the Scouts presenting the flag and the Pledge of Allegiance
Houston, Local Brews, Local Grooves (7/1): Houston’s Ultimate Craft Beer and Music Festival is back with 20 local craft breweries, over 50 beers and rare releases, 13 local bands, brew-inspired pub food pairings and more. Tasting wristbands an
Houston, Madchild DRado Mo Thugs Family, Bino The Great, TWN LN (6/30): ou don't want to miss this lineup! Not only are you getting the goblin but we've also got DRado and members of Mo Thugs Family, Chetta Chasers, MBurb, The White Noize & Lost Ninjas!!!!! Gather the Jug
Houston, Majic 102.1 Summer Block Party (7/2): Presents The First Annual Summer Block Party. Line-up Jill Scott an American singer-songwriter, model, poet and actress. Bell Biv DeVoe, also known as BBD, is an American music group that branched off
Houston, Misfit After Dark _ HTX Chapter (6/29): Please come and join us on June 29th at The Westin Houston, Memorial City. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Houston, Run Wild 5K (7/4): Run Wild 5K - At St. Arnolds Brewery -- Hosted by: Runner's High Club --- Benefit: Special Olympics Texas
Houston, Sci-Fi Summer Science Show (7/4): The science behind the super cold with demonstrations using liquid nitrogen. When things get extremely cold, their physical properties change in fantastic ways. We will explore cloud formation, pressu
Houston, Show Tunes Sing-A-Long + Live Pianist (7/9): Sunday SUPER gay at the Sunday Show Tunes Sing-a-long with Ben Childress and the Bayou City Performing Arts. 100% of proceeds from the Jell-O shot sales go to the Bayou City Performing Arts (Gay Men's
Houston, Summer Discovery Camps (6/5 - 8/25): Make this summer one full of scientific exploration at the Health Museum's Discovery Camps!
Houston, Summer Series Art Stroll and Sale (6/30 - 7/28): Sale is held on two Friday evenings this summer, where art aficionados can view the work of hundreds of artists in four studio buildings. Add live music, food trucks and summer cocktails for the perfe
Houston, Sunday Funday-Made in America Edition at Irish Cowboy (7/2 - 7/3): Midtown's Hottest Sunday Funday- Made in America Edition! A Texas sized backyard bar, Irish Cowboy provides a ranch style setting for you to enjoy the Texas sunshine, over 70+ draft beer, live music
Houston, Sweet Treats at Frost - Garden Oaks (6/30): We’ll be serving free popsicles to everyone who stops by. Be sure to your invite family and friends. We can’t wait to see you there! Investment and insurance products are not FDIC insured, are not ban
Houston, Tanabata Festival (7/7): To celebrate the Make a Wish! “Tanabata ??” Japanese Star Festival. As legend is told in the Japanese culture, Vega and Altair are separated by the Milky Way. They are allowed to meet only once a yea
Houston, The 6th Annual Independence Day Bash (6/27): This exciting fundraising event supports the amazing work facilitated through the Houston Area Women's Center. Come out to mix and mingle with the best of best young leaders in Houston. This is a grea
Houston, The All American Summer Classic (6/23 - 6/25): The All American Summer Classic tournaments will be held June 23-25, 2017, at the Zone and Up Next Sports in Houston.
Houston, The Art Sound Off - Chalk Edition (6/25): Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark off of Buffalo Bayou. The special chalk edition will include chalk murals as well as paint. Participating artists and local vendors will be selling artwork, products, and
Houston, The Holiday Hip Hop Brunch (7/1): What better way to party on THE 4TH OF JULY Weekend but at The Holiday Hip Hop Brunch in Houston! On the Rooftop and Inside! Enjoy the best food, drinks and great music from the 80’s 90’s and present.
Houston, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (5/24 - 6/25): The beloved film and literary classic comes to the stage in a gripping tale of love, hope and revenge in the lawless Wild West.
Houston, The Propeller Group (6/3 - 10/1): The Propeller Group—an artist team based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam—blurs the boundaries between fine art and media production.
Houston, The Rite of Spring (6/15 - 6/29): The limits of group responsibility are tested in a new dance adaptation set to Stravinsky’s groundbreaking score. Laura Gutierrez, named one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch,”
Houston, Wall Mounted Mason Jar Planters Craft Workshop (7/9): Each attendee will get all the supplies, know how, and get to choose from lots of different adorable succulents. You will be surprised how easy and fun it is to make these mason jar planters. At this
Houston, Wine Down Wednesday with CoolSculpting! (6/28): CoolSculpting for all those attending + we will be raffling off OVER $2000 in prizes. We’re having mini consults, live demos and a speaking session at 5:30pm, so please RSVP Today! Light bites and win
Hutto, Caleb Foundation Golf Tournament (7/10): For the last eight years the Caleb Foundation has championed the cause of the next generation both locally and globally.
Jefferson, Marvelous Wonderettes - Act 2 (6/30 - 7/3): Musical production to be presented at the Jefferson Playhouse June 30-July 3, 7:30 pm and 3 pm Sunday matinee. Tickets $18 and $15 available at The Willow Tree 903-601-4515, 903-665-2310 or JeffersonO
Johnson City, The Summers Past History Program (6/12 - 6/30): In each session of the Summers Past History Program there will be woodworking, games, toy making, music, storytelling, dramatic reenactments and cave exploration.
Katy, HP Scavenger Hunt II (7/1): 2nd installment, come and enjoy a fun loving jaunt through metropolitan Houston and be the first one back to hp with your completed list for a badass prize.
Kerrville, 2017 Kerrville Spring Market Days (4/1 - 12/2): Event will be held on May 6, 2017. The Market will feature artists and crafters bringing their own original handcrafted jewelry, fiber, wood, metal, soaps, lotions and home decor...
Kingsville, Party in the Park (6/28): We will be @Flato Park. Just hanging out and meeting people. There will be games and food!
Kingwood, 2017 Kingwood July 4th Festival (7/4): The festival features live music, craft and food booths, kids jumping castles and bungee jump, traditional fireworks display and more.
Kingwood, Concert and Fireworks in Kingwood (7/1): Celebrate Independence Day Weekend and the return of the pier with the family at Kings Harbor on Saturday, July 1.
Kyle, The Arroyo Youth Fishing Tournament Series (6/17 - 8/12): This tournament will serve as a training ground for young anglers and aspiring environmentalists and will allow for the further development of local angling opportunities for youth participants.
Lake Dallas, 2017 Lake Cities 4th of July Celebration (7/4): Join us for the 4th of July Celebration. The spectacular celebration unites the communities of Lake Dallas, Corinth, Hickory Creek and Shady Shores.
Lampasas, Clinical Medical Assistant Course (6/29): The Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) program trains students in the skills necessary for employment in any modern medical facility.
Leakey, July Jubilee 2017 Leakey (7/1): July Jubilee will be held July 1, 2017. Parade, arts/crafts, food, rodeo, dance and fun.
Little Elm, Kids R Kids Fundraiser (6/29): Kids' R' Kids West Frisco and Legacy West Campuses have partnered with Palio's Pizza Cafe of Frisco West and Palio's Pizza Cafe of Little Elm.
Lubbock, LIVE at The Funky Door (6/29): We are LIVE with some really aweosme new stuff! This time we will be without Sunnie as she'll be out of town, but we are still packing an amazing show!
Lufkin, Meet the Minions ! (7/1): The Minions will be in the lobby of Cinemark 12 Lufkin opening weekend of the new Despicable Me 3 from Noon - 2pm posing for photos, greeting guests and making an all-around great experience.
Magnolia, Independence Day Market (7/1): Celebrate the birth of our great nation with FMoT flare. Come prepared to eat, drink and be merry while feeling festive out on the Farmer's Market lawn. More details to come!
Mansfield, 4TH Annual PALACE OF A.U.T.I.S.M. Golf Tournament (6/26): Unable to find suitable summer camp arrangements for their son Patrick James Hebert diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and cerebral palsy -- Nicole Herbert-Hicks and her husband Patrick, Sr
Mc Dade, McDade watermelon festival & car show (7/7 - 7/8): 69th annual McDade watermelon festival free admission to ground Saturday,July 8th, 2017. Car show with no registration fee. Family fun for all. Seed spitting, horseshoe & washer pitching contests, wat
Mc Dade, Sherwood Forest Grown-Up Summer Camp (6/23 - 6/25): Sherwood Forest Grown-Up Summer Camp offers adults age 21+ the opportunity to learn skills and crafts of the renaissance era.
Mckinney, 2017 Red White and Boom Parade (7/4): Kick off Independence Day with a parade and classic car, truck and cycle show in Historic Downtown McKinney.
Mckinney, Shred, White and Blue (7/8): We'll have a children's area with bounce houses, a balloon artist and face painter. The fee into the children's area benefits Shiloh Place, which offers housing, child care and tuition assistance to
Mckinney, Sidewalk Sale (7/8): A Second Saturday Sidewalk Sale in Historic Downtown McKinney. More info coming soon! Participating Merchants 540 Mercantile , Chase Hall in McKinney, Texas, CYNTHIA ELLIOT BOUTIQUE, Ettiene Market, F
Midland, Great Outdoors Expo (6/23 - 6/25): Silver Spur Trade Shows will host its annual Great Outdoors Expo, featuring over 120 vendor booths of fishing, hunting, camping, & general outdoor products & MORE. There’s something for everyone. Boo
Midland, Junior Achievement - 1st Grade (6/28): JA Our Families introduces students going into or coming out of 1st grade to entrepreneurship and how family members' jobs and businesses contribute to the well-being of the family.
Montgomery, Lone Star 1st Saturday Market (7/1 - 9/2): Farmer's Market is nestled under the trees at the Old Community Center in Historic Downtown.
Nacogdoches, 2017 Nacogdoches Freedom Fest (7/1): Enjoy delicious festival food, washers tournament, hot dog eating contest, children's activities and live music by local bands.
New Braunfels, 2017 Gruene Market Days (2/17 - 12/3): Gruene Market Days has been held every month except January for over 30 years and features more than 100 artisans offering handmade items made by the vendors themselves.
New Braunfels, Big Bets For Homeless Pets 2017 (7/15): The New Braunfels Jaycees and the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area are teaming up to host the 2nd Annual Big Bets For Homeless Pets fundraiser on Saturday, July 15 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. at the
New Braunfels, Creating Moments of Joy Book Signing (6/29): Join us for heartwarming, inspirational advice for anyone who has been touched by the Alzheimer's journey. Reserve your seat and FREE book today! 830-483-4900
New Braunfels, Foss Golf Classic Sponsorships (6/26): Join us in our 7th annual Foss Golf Classic benefiting the families and children of Make-A-Wish CSTX!
New Braunfels, GuadaWhoop 2017 (7/15): The San Antonio A&M Club Foundation Scholarships - Creating a financial opportunity for outstanding Bexar County students to attend Texas A&M University for over half a century.
New Braunfels, Kori Free and The Groove Hounds at Krauses. (7/1): Enjoy the musical styling's of Kori Free and the Groovehounds. Kori Free and the Groovehounds captivate audiences with music that beautifully combines blues and rock and roll. Everyone over the age of
New Braunfels, Red, White & Blue Parade (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at The Purple Chair. Looking forward to seeing you there!
North Richland Hills, Summer 5-Day Club: Emerald Run (6/26 - 7/24): Wonderful opportunity for this summer! We are grateful for opportunities to guide children in discovering Jesus this summer across CEF of Greater Fort Worth.
Odessa, Summer Pool Parties (7/6): The coolest way to beat the heat every summer...COOL and MUCH MORE!! There will be free door-prizes, contests, and dancing, free watermelon, plus a free dive-in movie!
Pasadena, 2017 Pasadena Annual 4th Fest Event (7/4): The event features fireworks show, live music, a car show, BBQ cook-off, games, prizes, vendors, water balloon war zone, sports and other entertainment.
Pasadena, 28th Annual Shrimp Boil (7/8): The annual event is the oldest and largest fundraiser for The Rose, the leading nonprofit healthcare organization in Southeast Texas, which has served nearly 500,000 people over the last 30 years. enj
Pearland, Celebration of Freedom 2017 (7/4): Join us in celebrating the country's birthday. Stadium and field seating will be available at no charge beginning at 6 p.m.
Pflugerville, Dive in Movie Night - The Lego Batman Movie (6/28): Cool off in the pool while enjoying your favorite movie with friends and family. Please note: The Lego Batman Movie is rated PG.This event is for Falcon Pointe residents only.
Plano, 2017 Create Program Showcase (6/28): My Possibilities’ CREATE and Music Therapy Programs present the Create Showcase, a public platform for the HIPsters to share their skills in performing and visual arts with the community.
Plano, Installation of Officers (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Plano Masonic Lodge No. 768. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Plano, Launch Party: West Elm LOCAL (6/29): Come celebrate the launch of our exclusive LOCAL collection - filled with locally designed & produced goods!
Princeton, City of Princeton July 4th Spectacular 2017 (7/3): Event will be held on July 3, 2017. It will have live music, arts and craft vendors, bounce houses, food vendors, raffles throughout the night, and much more.
Richardson, GO Camp Hosted by FUMC Richardson (6/26 - 6/30): Go Camp is a one-of-a-kind summer day camp experience offering activities that include sports and games, arts and crafts, nature experiences, farming, hiking, fishing, challenge courses, adventure par
Richardson, The Texas Quiz Bowl Camp 2017 (7/9 - 7/22): The Texas Quiz Bowl Camp 2017 will be held July 9-15 and July 16-22, 2017 at the University of Texas, Dallas.
Richmond, Prison Outreach and Fellowship (6/28 - 8/16): Join us at the Jester Prison in Richmond for worship, prayer, fellowship and discipleship every Wednesday.
Richmond, Verandas Star-Spangled Grand Opening (7/1): Everyone is invited to the free family event to enjoy a DJ, bounce houses, a rock wall and games. Bring towels to dry off after hitting the water slide and blankets to sit on for the show. In between,
Rockport, 2017 Rockport Art Festival (7/1 - 7/2): 48th Annual Rockport Art Festival. Over 120 Artists, Live Music and Food, an A/C Party Tent, Kids' Activities and more.
Rosenberg, Children And Youth Fun Day (6/28): FREE Food, FREE Drinks, FREE Prizes, FREE Gift Cards, Basketball, Music, Moonwalk, Games, CAR SHOW, FUN, FUN FOR ALL AGES.
Rosenberg, Our Lady of Guadalupe Bazaar (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Fort Bend County Fair. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Round Rock, 2017 Round Rock Spring Market Days (4/1 - 12/2): Lots of vendors. Arts and crafts, food vendors, artisans, direct sale reps, and more. Enjoy music, shopping and fun all in one day.
Round Rock, Family Gaming with Nintendo (6/26): It is summer vacation and Nintendo is coming to the Round Rock Public Library! A family gaming event will take place on Monday, June 26, 2017.
Round Rock, Family Movie Night (7/7): Come out for a Father's Day celebration that is fun for the entire family.
San Angelo, Kids Night Out (6/28): Please come and join us on June 28th at The Life Church. Looking forward to seeing you there!
San Antonio, Annual VIDA San Antonio 5K (7/15): Help bring water purifiers and filters to children and families in Guatemala by Running in our Annual VIDA 5K Run & Walk at Macalister Park!
San Antonio, Canyon Cafe Girls Night Out Meetup + Happy Hour (6/28): The groove of summer with a little shopping, mingling and mixing it up.
Not a Housewife? That's okay. EVERYONE is welcome to attend our FREE Networking Socials but please register your ticket via Ev
San Antonio, Crimes of the Heart (6/2 - 6/25): Passion is served cold-blooded when Babe Botrelle shoots her husband in the gut. But what secret is keeping her from cooperating for trial?
San Antonio, Diana Ross - In The Name of Love Tour (7/5): The Kennedy Center Honors presented its distinguished award as a celebration of her lustrous career with excellence in music, film, television, and theatre, as well as her cultural influences and huma
San Antonio, Donation Yoga (6/28): Join us for a family friendly outside Yoga class at La Botanica, Texas' first vegan restaurant with a full bar & performance and event venue.
San Antonio, El Gran Dia de los Artistas (6/25): Centro Cultural Aztlan is presenting El Gran Dia de Los Artistas again this year to celebrate our 40 year anniversary!
Centro Cultural Aztlan was established in 1977, and we are marking the importa
San Antonio, Elvia Perrin _ Clean Cut (3/10 - 7/16): Elvia Perrin's Clean Cut is on March 10th to July 16th at the Urschel Building, Southwest School of Art in San Antonio.
San Antonio, Evenings on The Edge at Topaz (7/6): This pool party series is presented by La Cantera Resort & Spa in partnership with Moët Chandon and San Antonio Magazine.
San Antonio, First Friday with West Kings Highway (7/7): WKH is accompanied by the sweet and soulful saxophone styling of Noah Peterson. Most recently, Jordan Slaughter joined WKH to add his rock and jazz beats to the mix and Matt Wolff joined the group per
San Antonio, Fourth of July Artisan Show (6/30 - 7/3): Vendors display and sell beautiful handmade merchandise along the San Antonio River Walk.
San Antonio, Frida Fest 2017 (7/15): To honor her spirit, Que Retro Arts and Viva Vegeria will host "A view of our own reality." Frida Festival 2017 Saturday, It's a free- family-friendly, indoor event that will take place at Wonderland
San Antonio, Hairspray (7/7): You cann' stop the beat when Tracy Turnblad shakes up her hometown of Baltimore in this fabulous 60s musical!
San Antonio, Haute List Business Social (6/29): The most successful professionals and entrepreneurs are the ones that are out being proactive, and promoting their business through networking.
San Antonio, Honor Run and Ride 2017 (7/8): A day to honor our US Military Active Duty and Veterans.
Car show, Motorcycle Group Ride & Show, 5K Walk/Run, live bands, hot food, cold drinks, rides for the kids and vendors.
San Antonio, Jeremiah Jackson, Gentlemen Swank and more! (6/29): Imagine Books and Records is happy to bringing you all a wonderufl show with a diverse line up to support Jeremiah Jackson on his tour! Come support your independent musicians!
San Antonio, Junie B. Jones, the Musical (6/17 - 8/13): It's time for first grade, and Junie B. can't wait to see all her old friends! But over the summer old friends have drifted away, and new ones have moved to town.
San Antonio, Lantana Spa - Summer Spa Nights (7/9): Join us each month all summer long for our Summer Spa Nights event series. Enjoy wine, hors d'oeurves, access to the spa facilities, treatment demonstrations and more. YourTicket includes Passed wine
San Antonio, LSCF _ FeedSA WOD (7/1): LSCF will accepting food and donating every Drop In rate in June to this food initiative program. Share with your friends!!!
San Antonio, Mental Dynamics of Target Shooting (7/1): During your training and competitions, your mind reacts to the negatives and positives results you get; generally speaking, if you shoot poorly you will feel frustrated and discouraged. You will learn
San Antonio, Noche Azul: Cantinflas (6/25): Most celebrated and loved comic actor and the man Charlie Chaplin once called “the world’s greatest comedian” – Cantinflas. Featuring a new theme and musical lineup each month, Noche Azul showcases tr
San Antonio, Pride Bigger Than Texas 2017 (7/1): Peace-Love-PRIDE Wedding Ceremony presided over by an actual judge. (Get married at PRIDE Bigger Than Texas). Entertainment including Kelli Kline, Bidi Bidi Banda, Perppermint (RuPaul's Drag Race Seas
San Antonio, Pridefest Outreach (7/1): Libertarians believe in freedom for everyone. No one should have to live under the will of another.
San Antonio, Roger Waters (7/1): Roger Waters’ legendary live performances are renowned as immersive sensory experiences featuring high class, state-of-the-art audio visual production and breathtaking quad sound. This new tour promis
San Antonio, Santana (7/4): Santana and his band SANTANA will bring The Transmogrify Tour to The Majestic Theatre this summer, performing passion-filled songs from their forty years of career, including fan favorites from Woodst
San Antonio, The Monarch Butterfly Ecology Summer Camp (7/10 - 7/14): We want to share our knowledge and passion about the Monarch Butterfly to teach kids to have an appreciation for wildlife and wildlife conservation.
San Antonio, THRU Project Fostering Independence Celebration (6/25): We're celebrating the journey of THRU Project youth from foster care to independent adult and invite you to join us for an evening of food, music and celebration at Viola's Ventanas.
San Antonio, Ultimate Orgasms for Him and Her (7/8): Explore the wonders of female and male orgasms. We’ll show you all the right positions, techniques, and toys that you’ll need to hit the best spots, treat them right, and maybe even bring on multiples
Seguin, DBF Summer Sizzler Race 3 (6/27): Join us on Tuesday evenings this summer for fun, low cost, accurately measured, chip timed fun runs.
Selma, Andre Booker Foundation 5k (7/1): “I want to thank the members of The Andre Booker Foundation for the generous scholarship they gave me to help offset my college expenses.
Shiner, Shiner Half Moon Holiday 5K/10K/KidK (7/1): The 38th annual Shiner Half Moon Holidays 4th of July Celebration wil be nestled in the cool shade of Green Dickson Municipal Park
Spring, 90s Day and Dive-In Movie: Toy Story (6/30): Celebrate the decade that was all that and a bag of chips and enjoy a live performance by Destination Unknown on our Wave Pool! We'll also be showing Toy Story as part of our Dive-In Movie series! Don
Spring, Support Meeting (6/29): Our support meetings are back on and we cannot wait to see familiar and new faces this coming meeting.
Spring, Teddy Bear Tea (6/25 - 6/27): Join Avanti Senior Living for our First Teddy Bear Tea! Drop off NEW teddy bears to be donated to local first responder organizations (Police and Fire). The teddy bears will be given to children to co
Spring, Yoga and Wine Ladies Night (6/28): Join us for a Yoga Class then wine after. Bring a bottle of your favorite wine to share if you'd like!
Stephenville, Barrels Open Ride (6/28): $20 per rider unlimited horses. Contact Kim Randle for more details. Bring as many horses as you would like
Stinnett, Friday Night Flix (6/30): Friday Night Flix returns on June 30th with the classic comedy, The Great Outdoors!Grab your lawn chairs or blankets and join us in the courtyard, as we watch this hilarious movie on a huge outdoor sc
Taylor, Taylor Press 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament (7/8 - 7/9): Age divisions are 11-14, 15-17 and 18 and older (anyone who has played varisty will play in this division). Divisions for men and women. Entry fee is a team. We will have refs this year.
Temple, Texas Farm Bureau Insurance 11th Annual Hot 2 Trot 5K (7/15): Get in shape this summer and train for the 11th Annual Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Hot 2 Trot 5K. This year's course will take you on a scenic 3.1 mile run through the neighborhoods surrounding Lions
The Colony, Liberty by the Lake 2017 (7/1): This Independence Day tradition includes live music, parade, children's activities, business vendors, fun run/walk, salsa shootout and a fireworks finale that rivals any in North Texas.
The Woodlands, Tanabata (7/7): July 7 is when families celebrate Tanabata – also known as Evening of the Seventh or the Star Festival – to commemorate a special, once-a-year reunion between two celestial bodies. This festival for t
Tyler, Fatherhood Initiative Cookout (6/29): Please come and join us on June 29th at City of Tyler, Texas Government. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Victoria, 2017 Miss Victoria Pageant (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Miss Victoria Pageant. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Victoria, Food Truck Rally (7/1): Make plans to come enjoy a variety of GREAT food on JULY 1st From 10am-3pm at GREENER ACRES!
Victoria, Microchip & Nail Trim Day at Docpac! (7/1): Dorothy O’Connor Pet Adoption Center (DOCPAC) will be doing nail trims for $5.00 and our staff can microchip your dog or cat for $20.00 on Saturday, July 1st from Noon to 4pm!
Waco, 8th Annual BBQ Cookoff & Festival (7/14 - 7/15): Coryell Creek Critters 8th Annual BBQ Cookoff & Festival, Family Oriented
Proceeds Benefit The American Cancer Society
Waxahachie, SRP 2017: LEGOs for Lunch (6/29): Bring your linch and your creative skills! Let's get building. LEGO bricks are provided, lunch is not.
Weatherford, 4th of July Kickoff Celebration (7/1): Join us for a patriotic party to kickoff the 4th of July weekend at Perfect Pointe Dance Supply on Saturday, July 1st.
Weatherford, Wimberley Market Place 2017 (7/1 - 12/2): It features over 475 booths of everything you can't live without. Come stroll the tree-shaded paths, listen to live music and shop to your heart's content.
Weslaco, Kids Nature Crafts (Ages 4-7) (6/28): Jessica Tanguma leads this creative nature based craft class for children. Let their imaginations go wild while learning a thing or two about nature that surrounds them.
Wichita Falls, Madsons Summer Celebration (7/1): Come celebrate summer in our new location! We will have raffles, giveaways, and a storewide sale!
Wimberley, West Side Story (6/2 - 7/1): The world’s greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark Broadway musical that is one of the theatre’s finest accomplishments. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day
Wimberley, Wimberley Spring Market Days 2017 (5/6 - 12/2): It features over 475 booths of everything you can't live without. Come stroll the tree-shaded paths, listen to live music and shop to your heart's content.
Wylie, Bluegrass on Ballard 2017 (7/1): Join us July 1, 2017 for Bluegrass on Ballard, a Free festival featuring top bands, a car show, arts and crafts and great food.