San Angelo’s Weekly Events and Activities 09/23/19
It is a busy week of fun with Goodfellow AFB, Ram Jam & Bart Crow, Robert Lee Street Affair, Gun & Blade show and much more...
Goodfellow Air Force Base is hosting their annual Ruckus at the Rec Camp Sat, Sept 28th from 8 am - 5 pm. There is a car & motorcycle show, a BBQ and Chili cook-off plus unlimited BBQ tastings. All proceeds from the event benefit the troops at Goodfellow. Admission is free for military/DOD ID cardholders, and $5 for the general public. The cost for unlimited BBQ Tasting is $10. For more information or to enter the competition, visit: GoGoodfellow.com/Ruckus or call 654-5880.
Ram Jam promises to be a lot of fun this Sat, Sept 28th hosted by the Angelo State University Alumni Association starting at 10 am and featuring Texas Country Music Artist Bart Crow. Enjoy free food, activities, giveaways and of course Bart Crow live from 3:30-5:30 pm. Ram Jam events including the concert are free with no tickets needed. Be sure to support the Rams as they take on Midwestern State at 6 pm. For more information, call 942-2122 or click on angelo.edu.com
Join Kickin’ Country 103-1 for 'Working Women's Wednesday' at the Chadbourne Tavern Downtown San Angelo from 6:30 - 8:30 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 Robert Lee Street Affair is back Sat, Sept 28th at Robert Lee Park. Events will run all day long starting at 8 am with vendors, food booths, petting zoo, a Car show, BBQ Cook-off , Washer Pitching, Goat Roping and more. The evening brings you an awesome show with live music starting at 7:30 pm and featuring headliner Mark McKinney. Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the gate, and you can BYOB with a $10 cooler charge. For more information, call 763-7216 or check out their Facebook page.
Make it out to Fiddlestrings Bar & patio this Sunday, Sept 29th from noon til 7 pm and support the fundraiser for ' Peighton Strong'. Peighton Strickland is the young girl who had the local boating accident over the summer and needs our financial support with medical bills. Enjoy live music from the Judson Cole band, Case Hardin and Mark David Manders. There will also be a live auction. $15 dollars gets you in and includes a brisket plate with sides. $10 brisket plates will also be sold at a drive through set up outside. 21 and up are welcome inside.
Check out the San Angelo Gun & Blade Show this Sat & Sun, Sept 28th & 29th in the San Angelo Coliseum. Buy, Sell, Trade or just browse new, used, & collectible guns - parts & accessories - clips, grips, ammo, mags, & reloading equipment - supplies, holsters, & knives of all kinds - military surplus, collectibles, & Survival Gear - coins, jewelry, purses and much more. For more information, call 806-253-1322 or click on silverspurtradeshows.com.
Kickin' Country 103-1 invites you to join us every week for 'Thirsty Thursday' from 7-9 pm at Nacho's Restaurant, Cantina & Grill at Knickerbocker & the loop inside the Roadway Inn. Enjoy awesome drink specials and great prizes like concert tickets, Nacho's food, & more.
The 12th Annual 'Shannon Pink Ribbon Run' is Sat, Oct 5th from 7-10 am at Shannon Medical Center. Be a part of the largest run in San Angelo with more than 1,000 participants. Help support the fight against breast cancer! Visit ShannonHealth.com/pinkribbonrun for more information!
Come on out to the Sutton County Park in Sonora, Saturday October 5th for the 8th Annual Dry Devils River Music Flood! Gates open at 9 with the cook-off and fun run. Music all day with Triston Marez, Truck Stop Gamblers, Robert Ray, Red Shayhan, AJ Castillo, Jon Wolf, and headliner Craig Morgan! The event is FREE, so bring the whole family!! For more information, call 888-387-2880 or visit sonoratexas.org/music flood.
The 1st Saturday of every month The Chicken Farm Art Center hosts a monthly celebration of art, music and community from 10 am - 5 pm! Join the fun Saturday, Oct 5th and find artist & vendors with great works and gifts, a live music circle hosted by The Chicken Pickers, great food, clay and painting for the kids and more. The Chicken Farm is located at 2505 Martin Luther King Dr in San Angelo. For more info, call 653-4936.
Enjoy 'Sherlock Holmes - A Classic Victorian Mystery' presented by Angelo Civic Theatre at 7:30 pm Fri & Sat, Sept 27th & 28th. For more information, call 949-4400. Angelo Civic Theatre is located at 1936 Sherwood Way, San Angelo.
The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley (ADACCV) will host its 15th Annual 'Let It GO Recovery Rally & Run' on Saturday, September 28th from 8:30 - 11:30 am starting at El Paseo. This is one of many events throughout the nation to recognize National Recovery Month, Texas Recovery Month, and celebrate recovery from alcoholism and addiction. Let It GO will kick off with a 70’s themed 1M /5K walk/run race at 8:30 AM. Race day registration will begin at 7:30 am & the first 50 race registrants will receive a goody bag that includes a t-shirt. Awards will be given immediately after the race. Register at www.adaccv.org!
St. Margaret’s is holding their Triple B (Burritos, Burgers and Beer) Golf Tournament on Sun, Sept 29th at Quicksand Golf Course. It’s a 4 person Scramble with cash prizes for the Top 3 teams and a Trophy for the top church-sponsored team. Proceeds from the tournament go to St. Margaret’s Parish Hall fund. There is a 36-team maximum so sign your team up now. For more information, call 245-7469.
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.
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.