Here we go with yet another weekly listing of things to do in and around San Angelo.....

The 11th Annual Meals for the Elderly Clay Shoot is this Saturday, June 4th. There are 2 shooting courses,2 rotations, great food, live & silent auctions, gun boards, and 1 out of every 10 shooters will win a $750 gift certificate or $500.00 cash. Register now at Meals for the Elderly.org or call 655-9200.

Every Thursday you and your family are invited to enjoy an afternoon of art making in the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art Education Studio! They always feature clay and watercolor, and every three weeks there are two new art projects to try. Visitors are welcome to drop in anytime between 3 and 6 p.m. Please allow at least 30 minutes to try all projects.

ASU's Planetarium invites you to enjoy a show every Thursday at 7 & 8 pm with new shows monthly. Admission prices for shows are: $3 for adults and $2 for children, senior citizens and active military. There is no charge for ASU students, faculty and staff with a university activity card. For more information, call 325-942-2136.

This Friday, June 3rd through the 19th, Angelo Civic Theater will present the play 9 to 5. Based on the 1980 hit movie and set in the late 1970's, this hilarious story of friendship and revenge is outrageous, thought-provoking and even a little romantic. For more information, call 325-949-4400.

June 4th brings you another 1st Saturday celebration at the Old Chicken Farm Art Center from 10 am until 5 pm. It's a monthly celebration of art, music and community. The event includes artist & vendors with handmade works and gifts, a live music circle hosted by the Chicken Pickers, great food, and free clay art experiments for kids to participate in. It's just good family fun for everyone. The Chicken Farm Art Center is located at 2505 Martin Luther King Blvd. For more information, call 325-653-4936.

'Santa Rita History Day' at the Depot is this Saturday, June 4th from 10 am til 4 pm.
The Depot is celebrating the rich heritage of San Angelo during the Oil Boom of the 1920's and 30's and events surrounding Santa Rita #1, the first oil well in West Texas and its relationship to rail history. Enjoy a day of live music and new displays of the oil boom days of the 1920's. Admission for 12 and up is $5, 4-11 $3, and under 4 free. 10% discount to military and age 65 and up.