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Events for April 18, 2019
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The NCEA, in concert with the mission and vision of the NCAA, is committed to providing collegiate opportunities for female equestrian student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while embracing equity, diversity and promoting academic and competitive excellence.Find out more »
SpaceX has become a vital part of the industrial and social fabric of central Texas. This new exhibit features a rocket model and thruster engine, projection video, vibrant scale representation of our solar system, and some history of the rocket development and test facility in the local community of McGregor, TX. Because, as we like…Find out more »
A Very Hungry, Quiet, Lonely, Clumsy, Busy Exhibit. At this play-and-learn exhibit, visitors step into the pages of Eric Carle’s colorful picture books. His classic “Very” series, all illustrated in his hand-painted tissue paper collage technique, introduces five special insects who take journeys of discovery. Each story is a testament to Eric Carle’s love of nature,…Find out more »
Exhibit runs through April 18. The Martin Museum of Art is located in the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center on the Baylor University campus. Hours are 10-6 Tuesday through Friday, 10-4 on Saturday, and 1-4 on Sunday.Find out more »
Alexis Serio received her MFA in painting from The University of Pennsylvania in 2000, and her BFA in painting from Syracuse University in 1998. Alexis combines abstraction with a sense of illusion to create an experience of remembrance. Her colors are chosen to suggest the natural elusiveness of ever changing light and constant optical movement. Layers…Find out more »
The giant panda is one of the rarest species on our planet. A shy, elusive and gentle creature, they once ranged in great numbers between Beijing and the Himalayas. But now, after centuries of human expansion and destruction of their habitat, the giant pandas are on the brink of extinction, with fewer than 1,600 remaining. Pandas:…Find out more »
Visit Cultivate 7Twelve for our newest exhibition, “Engrained,” which features 30+ pieces of work crafted by Waco’s most talented woodworkers. This new exhibition aims to cultivate appreciation within the Waco community of an art form that is often overlooked, but has been a part of civilization for thousands of years. In the context of this…Find out more »
“Reverie and Contemplation” exhibit. "My fantasy artworks are spontaneous combination of pure imagination, visual emotions, dreams; inspired by how humans interact with nature and how they can merge to create new life." Admission is free. The exhibit runs through April 30th.Find out more »
Support local small businesses at this Sip & Shop hosted by Waco Winery! With the choice of 10-15 various local vendors set up throughout the tasting room, there's plenty to see and buy as you sip local made wine from Waco's own Waco Winery & Vineyards! Music is often a feature of this event as…Find out more »
Join us as we celebrate spring with beautiful art by painters and photographers. Artists include: Lee James, Charles Wallis, Linda Filgo, Jamie Valigura, Jacqueline Holmes, Priscilla Henry, Shawn Knuckles, Sarah Pick, Roy de Romero, Heather Hughes, Chris Rogers, Anthony Wible, Jesus Rivera, Marsha Wilson, Spencer Moore, Jefferson Carroll, Mark Smith, and David Henry. Musical performances…Find out more »
The parade, honoring the 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball National Champions Lady Bears, will take place downtown and run along Austin Ave. from 11th to 3rd street. The Baylor women’s basketball team, the coaching staff, managers and “dream team” practice squad will be participants. At 6:30 pm there will be a ceremony to honor the Lady…Find out more »
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