Texas A&M University Liberal Arts and Humanities Building
Diadem theatre is a non-profit community theatre founded right here is Collegr Station! We are putting up our first production of Proof by David Auburn. Proof is all about family relationships, gender roles and academia! Proof won the Pulitzer prize in 2001 and still to this day is put up on stages from New York to L.A.. This play will leave its audience thinking about how the world has changed or hasn't. Come support your community and fellow Aggies. Tickets are free!
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Lincoln Recreation Center 1000 Eleanor Street College Station, TX 77840
Interested in learning the steps to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”? All ages are invited to learn this classic dance sequence step-by-step from Ray Brooks of POP Entertainment! Lessons are from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19 and Friday, Oct. 20. The class is $10 per person. Participants will show off their dance moves in full costume at the Monster’s Bash on Thursday, Oct. 26. To learn more, visit cstx.gov/lincolncenter.
American Pavilion at Veterans Park & Athletic Complex (3101 Harvey Rd.).
Ages 55+ are invited to enjoy free food, lively music, a cakewalk and door prizes on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 5-7 p.m. at the American Pavilion at Veterans Park & Athletic Complex (3101 Harvey Rd.). No registration is required. For questions, call 979.764.6371.
SEAD Gallery and Bookshop 216 W 26th St, Bryan, Texas 77803
Rhonda Brinkmann writes both fiction and nonfiction books.Ms. Brinkmann will be introducing not only the Darla King Mystery Series, including "Right and Left Grand", "Load the Boat", and "Follow Your Neighbor", but discussing the coauthoring writing and collaboration process. A mystery with an influence of square dancing, her books “intrigue mystery fans and also to portray the warmth and friendship so often found in square dance communities”. Join us in getting to know Rhonda Brinkmann as she discusses the Darla King Mystery Series and answers questions as she signs copies of her books.
SEAD Gallery and Bookshop (216 W 26th St, Bryan, Texas 77803)
This month, join us for our October Third Thursday Art Step at participating venues around Downtown Bryan.
SEAD Gallery and Bookshop - Author Talk with Rhonda Brinkmann Village Cafe and Art979 Gallery Downtown Uncorked - Brazos Valley Art League member, Duane Alcorn, will be displaying art Brazos Glassworks - Hand crafted jewelry and stained glass, watch class in session Parker Astin Arts Center - New art inside and a flashlight art walk in the alley, two studios open so you can get hands-on printmaking experience Square One Downtown Bryan Event Center & Loft - Art by Brazos Valley Art League members, Wendy Kenney-Kennicutt and Dena Gaskin ArtFill - Work by sculptors John McGee and Allan Lee Blackwater Draw Brewing Co. - Downtown Bryan - Work by artist Nancy Elliott and both Navasota Artists in Residence Charles North and Jayde Archbold Viz North Gallery + Studio - Anne Lynch Inktober show Caffe' Capri - Highlighting outside mural by Sarah Blackmon Voices For Children - showing work from artist Hailey Herrara Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan - Behind the scenes tour of the haunted house StageCenter Community Theatre - Current play is "Desk Set" The Arsenal Tattoo & Design - Art by Cliff Collard 31st Murals - Highlighting local artists Sara Blackmon and Cliff Collard
Each venue will have a drawing for a door prize at the end of the evening. Keep an eye out for the tickets at each venue so you can enter for the chance to win a free gift!
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
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/
Central Baptist Church
1991 FM 158 RD
College Station, TX 77845
Central MOMS is a group of mothers who come together to fellowship and build relationships because busy moms need time with other moms. Join us to meet other mothers in our area, have brunch, and enjoy adult time while your children are take care of in the nursery. Childcare is available for birth-preschool aged children.
Central Moms meet alternating Thursdays from September - December from 9:30 - 11:30 am.
Registration is open through August 25th: centralbcs.org/preschool
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