Stark Galleries, Memorial Student Center, Texas A&M University
A full scale presentation of the Texas Aggies Go to War exhibit which debuted in Bastogne, Belgium in 2014 will be on display on the Texas A&M campus in the J Wayne Stark Galleries in the Memorial Student Center. The exhibit will tell the story of five former students of Texas A&M University who each had a role in the pivotal Battle of the Bulge which led to the Allied victory in Europe. These five—James Hollingsworth ‘40, Turney Leonard ‘42, Willie Peña ‘42, Joe Routt ’37 and Earl Rudder ’32 —are representative not only of all Aggies, but all Americans, who served in World War II. Through them a story is told of dedication, sacrifice, reconciliation, healing, and deep ties, both personal and economic, between people an ocean apart. The full exhibit will be part of the Military Heritage Center, which will be built in College Station's Veterans Park.
John Adams From Bastogne to Texas, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Memorial Student Center, Texas A&M University Campus, College Station, Texas
Prepare for an evening of family-friendly activities and games, a costume contest, food and tons of fun! Best of all, the event is completely FREE! So bring your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and get ready to have a SPOOK-tacular time! The fun will be in the Gates Ballroom (Room 2400) in the Memorial Student Center. Paid parking is available at the Cain or University Center Garage at a rate of $1.00/hour, and then $0.50/hour after the third hour. We ask that all children are accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/L6nxV4BKKSmNcpfX2 by October 24th for a speedy check-in at the event! If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com. Presented by MSC Hospitality, the Official Host Committee of the MSC!
Ashley Naveira, Executive Director of Campus and Community
Lincoln Recreation Center 1000 Eleanor Street College Station, TX 77840
Throw on your best Halloween costume and join the fun and games on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Lincoln Recreation Center! Activities will include a haunted house, carnival games, joy jumps and more. Refreshments and candy will be available for children. To read more about this event, visit cstx.gov/lincolncenter
Lanterns & Legends – All Together Now, Who’s Buried Where & Why
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801 Sixth St. Navasota, TX 77868
The Navasota Theatre Alliance presents "Lanterns & Legends: “All Together Now: Who’s Buried Where, and Why”, a night-time guided tour October 26, 27 and 28 at Navasota's historic Oakland Cemetery. Actors portray the founding families of Navasota and Grimes County, who weave tales about how their personal lives and businesses intersected. Details and tickets online at http://navasotatheatre.org/lanternsandlegends/ or by calling 936-825-3195.
Carol Herrington, 936-419-1425, Navasota Theatre Alliance Communications & Media Board of Director
This free event features an interactive journey through the true stories of children living in developing countries like the Philippines, Kenya, Uganda and the Dominican Republic. In over 2,000 square feet of interactive exhibit space, visitors will step inside homes, markets and schools — without getting on a plane. Each child's story starts in poverty but ends in hope.
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
Lions Pride Sports brings LIVE professional wrestling to Aggieland. Come out and witness history as the NWA World Heavyweight Champion Tim Storm puts his title on the line. New Japan Pro Wrestling superstar Lance Hoyt will also be in action.
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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