San Angelo’s Weekly Events & Activities
Looking for some fun this week in the Concho Valley? I found some possibilities you may be interested in. Check this weeks list of events and activities out here.....
Dog's Day at the San Angelo State Park is this Saturday, April 2nd at the North Concho Pavilion. Bring your dog out for the Wiener Dog Races, obstacle course, stupid pet tricks, costume contest and more. Trophies and prizes will be award. call Gail at 942-8096 for more information.
April 2nd is the 1st Saturday of the month which brings another monthly celebration of art, music and community at the Chicken Farm Art Center. 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 from 10 am until 5 pm.The Chicken Farm Art Center is located at 2505 Martin Luther King Blvd. For more information, call 325-653-4936.
The Junior League is hosting 'Resale Therapy' this Saturday, April 2nd from 8-2 at 416 S. Oakes, across from the Museum of Fine Arts. Find great deals on furniture, appliances, toys, clothing for all ages & much more. For just $10 you can preview and purchase items Friday evening before everyone gets in Saturday morning for free. For more information, call 655-9866.
The 3rd annual Grape Creek Community Flea Market is this Saturday, April 2nd, from 9-2 at the Grape Creek Baptist Church. Admission is free and there are still openings for vendors. Everyone is asked to bring a canned food donation to benefit the local food pantry. Call Scott at 653-6655 for vendor information.
\The 17th annual Stribling art Extravaganza Public Show & Sale is this Friday through Sunday, April 1st - 3rd at the Fort Concho Commissary. Enjoy and purchase artwork from Concho Valley artist and artisans to benefit the West Texas Rehab Center. Go to striblingart.org for more information.
The Concho Valley Master Gardener's Plant Sale is this Saturday, April 2nd at 8 am at the Tom Green 4-H Center on Highway 67. All plants, trees, vines, herbs, vegetables and hanging baskets have been grown in this area. Get there early for best selection. For more information, call 659-6528.