San Angelo’s Weekly Events And Activities
This week San Angelo offers you a Recycling Day, a Sporting Clay Shoot, a Shrimp & Wine Fest, and much more. Check it out here.
The Rehab 'Frank Carraway Sporting Clay Classic' is this Saturday, Nov. 12th. There is one rotation at 10 am, outstanding food, a big live auction, and plenty of shooting! To join in on this fun event, enter at westtexasrehab.org or call 223-6385.
Concho Valley PAWS and the Museum of Fine Arts will have a free Family Day for the Dogs on Sat., Nov. 12th from 10-3. Check out the shelter pet showcase, clay paw prints, paw print painting, pet photo booth with Santa Paws, Junior League Snacktivity, free art activities and more. Go to samfa.org for more information.
The 10th annual Texas Recycles Days will be Friday, Nov. 11th at the ASU-Colts Stadium parking lot from Noon-5 or at SAFE recycling center from 9-4, and the SAFE Recycling Center on Saturday, Nov. 12th from 9-4. There is no charge for dropping off electronics, televisions, appliances, yard brush and more. Secure document shredding is also available by calling SAFE at 659-0722.
The San Angelo Rotary Club's Annual Shrimp & Wine Fest 2016 is this Saturday, Nov. 12th from 4-8 pm. Each ticket gains you entrance into the Paseo, 34 W. Ave. D, where boiled shrimp are cooked in their special spices along with corn, potatoes and grilled sausage links. Meals to go will also be available. A wonderful selection of wines to complement the shrimp will be provided for you to taste and enjoy. Profits from this event go toward the San Angelo Home Builders Associations "Operation FINALLY HOME." For more information, call 653-7197.
Greek Fest is this Saturday, Nov. 12th from 9-2 at the Greek Orthodox Church at 801 Montecito. Get Greek pastries, cookies, pies, greek fries, and more. Call 374-2394 for more information.
The Grand Opening of the Children's Adventure Garden is this Saturday, Nov 12th from 10-Noon at the Southside Recreation Center. It's free, and there will be plenty of kid's activities, tours of the new garden, and each child can plant something in the garden while supplies last. For more information, go to peopleplantconnection.org.
Angelo Civic Theatre continues their presentation of 'Greater Tuna' November 11th-13th, and 18th-20th. What do Arles Struvie, Thurston Wheelis, Aunt Pearl, Petey Fisk, Phineas Blye and Rev. Spikes have in common? They are all among the upstanding citizens of Tuna....Texas' third smallest town. For more information and show times, call 949-4400. Angelo Civic Theatre is located at 1936 Sherwood Way.