Things You Can Do In San Angelo This Week!
This week in the Concho Valley, you have a lot of things to do. There is a chili cookoff, a book sale, theatre presentations, a movie in the park, the Downtown Stroll, a party in the Lumberyard, and a lot more.
The Best Little Book Sale in Texas will be held at the Adult Literacy Council office at 59 East 6th Street this Friday, Oct. 21st and continuing through Monday, Oct. 24th. Preview night is the 21st from 5-9 with a $5.00 admission charge. Admission is free Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. For more information, find the Adult Literacy Council on Facebook or call Marilyn at 657-0013.
ASU's Theatre Department presents 'Julius Caesar', a Dramatic Comedy this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21st & 22nd in the ASU Auditorium. For ticket information and showtimes, call the Box Office at 942-2000.
The American Cancer Society presents Bradazzled at the Shannon Pink Party This Thursday, Oct. 20th at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. Stop by the museum that evening and vote for your favorite bra for $1.00 per vote, or you can enter your bedazzled bra! Call Mary at 944-2500 or go to Facebook & search Tom Green County Relay For Life for more information.
It's time once again for The Downtown Stroll this Thursday, Oct. 20th from 5-9 pm
featuring a variety of galleries and art exhibits, restaurants, merchants, museums, library exhibits, music venues, and more. You can even enjoy free Trolley rides with stops along the way starting at 6:00 pm. For more information, call the Downtown San Angelo Association at 655-2345.
Angelo Civic Theatre presents Rodeo Sweethearts this Wed. and Thurs., October 19th and 20th at 1936 Sherwood Way. Enjoy Pink Beer, Wine & Snacks at 6:30, showtime is 7:30 pm! Brought to you by the Laura W. Bush Foundation for Women's Health & Angelo Civic Theatre. For tickets and more information, call 949-4400.
Enjoy 2 days of chili cooking fun at the Water Valley Park this Sat. & Sun., Oct. 22nd & 23rd to help Concho Valley Charities. The Fall Festival Chili Cook-off features bean and chili cooking competitions on Saturday, and chili only on Sunday. Judges are needed for both days. Call Janice at 947-8753 or go to C A S I chili.net for more information.
Movie in the Park brings you fun and a family movie this Saturday, Oct. 22nd at Kirby Park, 1400 Edmund Blvd starting at 7:00 PM. There will be pumpkin painting and the movie 'Monsters, Inc.' will start at sundown. For more information, call the Recreation Department at 657-4450.
Make a free Halloween craft with Sunset Mall during the Halloween edition of Kids World this Saturday, October 22nd from 1-3 near the east fountain by MasterCuts. Sunset Mall will also have fun Halloween photo props so kids can take a photo. For more information, visit sunsetmall.com.
The Texas A&M Bama Bash Tailgate Party will be at Cain's Cove this Saturday, Oct. 22nd. Proceeds benefit the A&M Mother's Club. Tickets are $20.00 per person, $10.00 for kids 12 & under and current A&M students. Enjoy lots of great food, games, rug & cookbook sale, and a big raffle with over 100 items including several big screen TVs. Reservations are encouraged by calling Claire at 650-4890.
The San Angelo Walk to End Alzheimers will be this Saturday, Oct. 22nd at Kirby Park. Registration is at 8, the ceremony at 9, and the walk begins at 9:30am. For registration and more information, go to ALZ.org.
The 4th annual Party in the Lumberyard to benefit Habitat for Humanity is this Saturday, Oct. 22nd at City Lumber, 811 W. 14th. Enjoy a delicious dinner, auction, music from the Derek Teague Band and more. No tickets will be sold at the door so get yours now at City Lumber, or the Habitat for Humanity office, or call 655-7535.
Cassie's Place is having their Putt for Pups at Preston's Play Yard this Saturday, Oct. 22nd from 11-3. Bring your pups dressed up and enjoy food, games, raffles, bake sale, silent auction, adoption event and more. Go to Putt for Pups on Facebook for more information.