San Angelo’s Weekly Events and Activities
This week in San Angelo, enjoy the ‘Downtown Stroll’, Cactus Market Days, a golf tournament, a Blues Festival, Nature day, and more…
The 35th Annual Pan American Golf Association Scholarship Tournament will be held this Saturday, May 20th at Quicksand Golf Course. It’s a 4 person scramble with a noon start, lunch, prizes, and more. Go to sanangelopaga4t.com for entry information.
Concho Valley Farmer’s Market has fresh vegetables, fruits, plants, and more on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays from 7 am until they sell-out. 609 S. Oakes Street.
The Twin Mountain Tonesmen present their ‘Faith, Freedom, & Family’ show this Saturday, May 20th at the Central High School Theatre. Enjoy lots of patriotic songs and the Acoustix Quartet. Tickets are available for $10 at Blair’s Western Wear, from any Tonesmen member, or find the Tonesmen on Facebook.
The Eastside Angelo Lions will be cooking briskets to benefit their charities this Friday and Saturday, May 19th & 20th. Cost is $8.00 per pound and briskets average 4 to 8 pounds. Orders must be placed by this Wed. the 17th. Get all the details and order your brisket at eastangelolionsclub.org.
This Thursday, May 18th, take time to enjoy ‘The Downtown Stroll’ from 5:00 – 9:00 PM Downtown San Angelo. The Stroll Features a variety of galleries and art exhibits, restaurants, merchants, museums, library exhibits, and music venues, many of which stay open late once a month for this special event. For more information, call Downtown San Angelo, Inc. at 655-2345.
The Simply Texas Blues Festival is this Saturday, May 20th Downtown starting at 10 am. Head for Oakes Street & Twohig Street to hear some awesome Blues Bands, blessing of the bikes, food & craft vendors and more. It’s a family oriented event. Bring your lawn chairs and join in the fun! For more information, call 653-2121.
Cactus Market Days gets underway this and every 3rd Saturday of the month starting at 10 AM. The outdoor market will showcase local crafters, designers and artists who will offer a variety of handmade items for sale. Vendors leasing space will be subject to a $20 fee with an additional $5 fee for an electrical hookup. The monthly arts and crafts fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 13 E. Twohig Ave. across from the Cactus Hotel downtown. For more information, call Judy Fowler at 949-6200.
Family Nature Day will be this Saturday, May 20th from 10-Noon at the Southside Recreation Center. Learn how to start your own vegetable garden, raised beds, proper watering techniques, along with games & prizes for the kids. It’s free and you can get more details at People Plant Connection dot org.