Independence Day celebrations, Bellamy Brothers concert, fun at the Chicken Farm, Downtown Movie Night and more this week in San Angelo...

Join Kickin’ Country 103-1 for 'Working Women's Wednesday' at the Chadbourne Tavern Downtown San Angelo from 6-8 pm. Enjoy great drink specials that include $1 margaritas, $1 wells and $2 draft pints. There will also be free food and games for numerous prizes including cash!!

The 32nd annual July 3rd Pops Concert in San Angelo is an awesome patriotic celebration this Wed, July 3rd at the RiverStage. Gates open at noon for the free Red, White & Blue event. The Community Band will begin at 7 pm, followed by the San Angelo Symphony at 8:30 with a fireworks extravaganza for all to enjoy. Attendees are welcome to bring coolers with food and drink, but no glass is permitted. The Symphony’s Kids Zone, featuring balloon artists and face painters will be open from 5:45-8:15 p.m. and is free to all. For more information, visit SanAngeloSymphony.org or call 658-5877.

Fort Concho’s “Fun at the Fort” aims to bust summertime boredom with children’s programs that cover everything from photography to cooking with one-day sessions from 9:30 am until noon through July 24th. Registration information is available at fortconcho.com or by calling 657-4441.

The Chicken Farm Art Center presents another 'Concert in the Yard' Friday, July 5th from 6-9 pm. Enjoy a wide range of current and classic songs and genres including: Pop, Rock, Folk, Americana, and Blues. Admission is free and you can bring your own picnic basket, refreshments and lawn chairs. Resident Artist Shops will be open as well. For more information, call 653-4936.

Sunset Mall is offering children and their parents a free summer program for the eighth consecutive year. Enjoy the annual Summer Kids World program every Tuesday through August 6th inside the Sunset Mall Community Room from 2 - 3 pm. Each week features kid friendly interactive programs and crafts geared toward children ages twelve and under. For more information, call 949-1947.

Enjoy 'Downtown Movie Night' this Friday, July 5th featuring the movie 'Aquaman'. The free movies are shown outdoors at 17 East Twohig in the parking Lot between the Cactus Hotel & Miss Hattie's Restaurant starting at 9 pm. Bring your chairs and blankets. Concessions will be available.

The 1st Saturday of every month, The Chicken Farm Art Center of San Angelo hosts a monthly celebration of art, music and community from 10 am - 5 pm! Saturday, July 6th, there will be artist vendors with great works and gifts, a live music circle hosted by The Chicken Pickers, food, clay and painting for the kids and more. It’s good family fun for everyone! For more information, call 653-4936.

The Concho Valley Farmers Market’s thrice-weekly produce sales begin at 7 am each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday under the pavilion at 609 S. Oakes St. across from Fort Concho. The vendors, who come from a 75-mile radius around San Angelo, sell locally grown seasonal fruits, vegetables and plants. For more information, call 245-3338.

Join the Ozona Knights of Columbus as they celebrate Independence Day, July 4th with plenty of activities beginning at 2:00 pm on Ozona’s Historic Town Square. There will be food booths, games, entertainment and a Patriotic Parade which begins at 8:00 pm in front of the Crockett County Courthouse which will be followed by a fireworks display after sunset. For more information, call 325-392-2827.

The JL Bar Ranch, Resort & Spa of Sonora extends a very special invitation for you to experience their all-inclusive resort with music, food and drink as they present the Bellamy Brothers on Sat, July 6th. Make a day of it...swim and enjoy pool side music by numerous bands. You will also be served a delicious bar-b-que dinner, and be ready for the Bellamy Brothers headlining the show & taking the stage at 5 pm. Get all the details at jlbar.com or call 855-414-3337.

Enjoy an afternoon of art making at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts every Thursday from 3-6 pm in the Education Studio. They always feature fun with clay and watercolors, and every three weeks there are two new art projects to try. Admission is free and visitors are welcome to drop in anytime between 3 and 6.