San Angelo’s Weekly Events And Activities
If you love plays, this is your week as there are several plays to choose from. There is also a popular humorist coming to San Angelo, a tattoo convention, a big day at Ft. Concho, and more...
Join Rehab for an evening with humorist Jeanne Robertson at the Southland Baptist Church this Friday, Feb. 24th. Jeanne's You Tube Clips have over 12.5 million views and she's one of today's funniest ladies! Tickets are available now at the Rehab offices or on line at westtexasrehab.org.
Everyone is invited to enjoy 'Disenchanted', at the San Angelo Performing Arts Center this Tues. Feb. 21st - Thurs. the 23rd. After multiple sold-out runs nationwide, these royal renegades are bringing their hilariously subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical to you. For more information, call 653-6793.
Every Thursday is Art Thursday at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art Education Studio! They always feature clay and watercolor, and every three weeks there are two new art projects to try. Visitors are welcome to drop in anytime between 3 pm and 6 p.m. Please allow at least 30 minutes to try all projects. For more information, call 653-3333.
ASU's Theatre Department presents the musical "Spitfire Grill"...this Thurs. Feb. 23rd - Sat. the 25th in the ASU Modular Theatre. For more information, call 942-2000.
The West Texas Tattoo Convention is this Friday, March 24th through Sunday, March 26th at the McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive. For more information, call 655-6500.
Angelo Civic Theatre presents Love Letters by A. R. Gurney this Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 23rd - 26th. Angelo Civic Theatre is located at 1936 Sherwood Way. For more information and showtimes, call 949-4400.
This Sunday, February 26th is Buffalo Soldier Heritage Day at Fort Concho. Join the Fort Concho Buffalo Soldier Living History Unit as they celebrate the history and heritage of the African-American Soldiers who served at Fort Concho and other forts across the United States. The event will have education programs and living history demonstrations. For more information call 481-2646.