There is quite a list of things to do in the Concho Valley this weekend. Check it out as you will find them listed here...

Trinity Lutheran Church is having a barbeque lunch this Sunday (3/5) from 11:30-1. Enjoy barbeque sandwiches with all the trimmings for $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for kids under 12. There's a bounce house, crafts, and supervised playground for the kids. All proceeds benefit the School Library fund. For more information, call 947-1275.

The Texas Independence Day Celebration & Barbeque Cookoff will be at the Paseo this Saturday (3/4) and features live music including bluegrass, country and gospel groups. There will also be square dancers & cloggers, arts and crafts booths, car show, poker run, petting zoo, barrel train rides, face painting and bounce houses for the kids. For more information, call John at 212-4085, or Judy at 234-5566.

'Kids Hope' will be at Lincoln Middle School this Saturday (3/4) from 10-3. Enjoy lots of vendors from Scentsy, Tupperware and more. There will also be a Farm Kids Bake Sale with proceeds benefitting the Farm for kids to go on a fun trip! There will also be a Silent Auction to benefit the Autism Alliance of the Concho Valley.

The San Angelo Elks Lodge is having their next garage sale this Saturday (3/4) from 8-noon at 2121 S. Chadbourne. The lodge is accepting items for the garage sale through Friday. Proceeds will benefit youth and military veteran's programs. Call 227-6920 for more information.

The Concho Valley Friends of the NRA is having their annual banquet this Saturday the 4th at the Stables at Fort Concho. Enjoy great food, the Wall of Guns, live and silent auctions, and games. Get your tickets now at friendsofnra.org.

Every Thursday is Art Thursday at SAMFA! Enjoy an afternoon of art making in the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art Education Studio! They always feature clay and watercolors, plus 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. For more information, call 653-3333.

This Friday & Saturday, March 3rd & 4th, catch a performance of Thumbelina at in the Brooks and Bates Theater at the Stephens Performing Arts Center. Thumbelina will be a magical adventure and you'll love the colorful costumes and sets that bring the story to life.

This Saturday, March 4th, the San Angelo Symphony/Orchestra will be performing another great concert entitled Bond and Beyond at 7:00 pm in the McNease Convention Center.  Featured performers included Daniela Liebman, piano and Janeene Williams, soprano. You will hear James Bond themes like Goldfinger, Live and Let Die, Skyfall and more, all paired with artistically challenging classical pieces by famed composers. For more information, call 658-5877.

This Saturday, March 4th brings you another monthly celebration of art, music and community at the Old Chicken Farm Art Center from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Events include 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 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.

The HBA Home & Garden Expo is this Sat. & Sun., March 4th & 5th  in the Wells Fargo Pavilion. This is a great opportunity to visit with hundreds of companies for indoor and outdoor solutions all under one roof. Shop a complete selection of contractors and remodelers, outdoor living, pools, specialty retailers & more at the Home & Garden Expo. There will also be a Silent Auction benefiting Sonrisas, and much more at this year's Home & Garden Expo! Call 949-0140 for more information. Hours and admission are as follows:

Saturday, March 4th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 5th 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fees/Admission:
$5 for one day admission.
Active Military get in FREE thanks to Angelo Seamless Rain Gutters.

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