The Waco Convention & Visitors Bureau has released a new map called “Historical Markers of McLennan County.” This map includes six new historical markers from the Texas Historical Commission’s database. The map is free, and is available at the Waco Tourist Information Center, 106 Texas Ranger Trail, next to the Texas Ranger Museum. The map…

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Introducing the new official Waco visitor app. It’s free to download at the Play Store and Apple Store.  Once you’ve downloaded it, you will have a handy guide during your visit to Waco. It includes much of the information found on our website. Information is updated instantly as we add or change it, so it…

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Brazos Valley Cheese, located at Homestead Craft Village, has just relocated to a larger building and store. You can watch them make their award winning cheeses, sample new flavors, and shop for cheeses and other locally sourced products. Award winning cheeses offered include: Smoked Gouda Vansorman Horseradish Pecan Cheddar Eden Brie White Cheddar Visit their…

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Opening on Thursday, August 18, Baylor University presents a new African-American photo exhibit, “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives.” The exhibit will be on display in Carroll Library from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, through December, 2016. Carroll Library can be found at 1429 S. 5th St., Waco, Texas. The exhibit featurea 28 black-and-white…

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SCHEDULE Here’s the schedule for this year’s Fourth on the Brazos, presented by H-E-B and the City of Waco. The free, riverside event will take place at Touchdown Alley, next to McLane Stadium. 5 p.m. – Gates Open 6 p.m. – Smooth Jazz Generation 7:15 p.m. – The 5th Annual Corndog Classic 7:30 p.m. –…

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