Lick Creek Nature Center 13600 E Rock Prairie Rd, College Station, TX 77845
Everyone is invited to enjoy education stations, guest speakers and guided tours through the facility and trails to celebrate the grand opening of the long-awaited Lick Creek Nature Center Saturday, Oct. 14 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. This free event will begin with a welcome ceremony and ribbon cutting. Guided tours will take place every half hour starting at 9:30 a.m. Dogs are welcome on a leash, but horses and bikes are not permitted. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, visit cstx.gov/LickCreek or call 979.764.6216.
Baylor Scott & White Clinic - College Station University Drive, 1700 University Drive E, College Station, TX 77840
Get your entire family vaccinated against the flu without leaving your car.
Help keep our local communities healthy this flu season by immunizing your family.
Compassionate care for adults and children from specially trained staff available at all three locations. •All forms of payment will be accepted – cash, credit card and insurance. •Normal copays apply. •Rain or shine. New patients welcome. More information: https://events.bswhealth.com/event/drive-thru-to-fight-the-flu-college-station/
Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary to Hold Annual Open House on October 14th Montgomery, TX — Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary (SFWS) will hold its annual “Open Day and Festival of the Wolves” event at the sanctuary on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 from 11:00am to 4:00pm. Visitors will have the opportunity to observe and learn about wolves and wolfdogs. There will also be educational programs, door prizes, a silent auction, face painting, a bake sale, and delicious food!
Admission: $10 regular and $7 for First Responders
"Wings in the Garden - A Celebration of Pollinators"
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Brazos County Arboretum-Demonstration Idea Garden, 2619 Highway 21 W, Bryan
Brazos County Master Gardeners host a morning of family educational activities. Come explore our garden to discover more about our pollinator pals and why we need them. Play pollinator bingo, win prizes, make crafts, snap pictures at photo booths, meet bees, butterflies, and more.
Join the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History on October 14th for the ANNUAL BOONVILLE DAYS ~ Texas Heritage Festival! Bring the entire family to enjoy this celebration of our heritage from 9 am to 4 pm. Activities will take place both inside the Museum and on the Brazos Center grounds.
This year’s Boonville Days will be bigger and better than ever before! This free festival will be held on Saturday from 9-4. Learn about Brazos County’s pioneer history: visit with characters in period costume, enjoy cowboys, chuck-wagons, civil war re-enactors, musicians, dancers, artists, and demonstrations of pioneer skills. Professor Paisley from the Texian Institute of Oxenology, will be parading back into town with oxen Justice and Liberty, showcasing Texas culture from 1830-1845. The event, and all activities, are free to the public! Children activities include pony rides, miniature train rides, mechanical bull rides, crafts, and more! The Boonville Heritage Park will also be open and featuring story-telling, musicians and the opportunity to explore the historic buildings.
Food will be available for purchase and the Museum will be open free!
We are raffling off a 1966 427 4speed matching numbers CORVETTE Every dollar made from this raffle will be sent to build a school in Uganda clothing educating and feeding almost 800 children. $20.00/ticket You do not have to be present to win!!
Debby or Steven Sodolak 3500 Hwy 21 east Bryan tx 77807 979-436-4985
Is your family in need of a decent, affordable home? Habitat for Humanity B/CS will be hosting informational meetings on how to apply for a Habitat for Humanity home. This informational will take place at the Habitat Education Building (119 Lake St. Bryan, TX) on Friday, October 13th at 6pm in English and 7pm in Spanish, and Saturday, October 14th at 9am in English and 10am in Spanish.
Felipa Sanders, Homebuyer Program Manager, (979)-823-7200 ext. 101
The Star of the Republic Museum and Barrington Living History Farm are pleased to present a program specifically for home school families.
On Wednesdays & Fridays in September and Thursdays in October, the staff at the museum and the farm will present Childhood in Early Texas, an interactive, hands-on program for the entire family. Discover what life was like for a child in the mid-19th century during a visit to this historic site. In the museum, learn about childhood chores, clothes, and schools, and then make some old-fashioned toys to take home. Take a break with a picnic lunch in the pecan grove along the Brazos River. At Barrington Farm, experience life on an early Texas farm, complete with a stroll through the cotton field, picking a boll or two along the way.
Curriculum materials including lesson plans and activity sheets will be available online to help continue the learning experience at home.
Donna Barker 936-878-2461 x245 www.starmuseum.org/calendar/
CHI St. Joseph Health Sports Medicine 2803 Earl Rudder Fwy South College Station, TX 77845
If your child is a middle or high school student who recently experienced a sports injury, we can help. Starting August 19, CHI St. Joseph Health orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and athletic trainers will be available on Saturdays to assess and treat your child’s sports injury. Please bring your school insurance form, personal insurance card and consent to treat (if without legal guardian). No appointment necessary, but please call ahead at (979) 731-2876.
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