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Events for June 14, 2019
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The exhibit runs June 21 through July 14, 2019. The exhibit will include artwork by the following artists: Chris Rogers, Charles Wallis, Lee James, Deborah Reed-Propst, Karen Karlik, Lisa Urban, Jody Cross, Jacqueline Holmes, Pedro Lozano, James Davila, Clinton Monroe, Russell Campbell, Lorelei Buckley and Spencer Moore. On Valentine’s Day 2016 a group of fine…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 »
Èdouard Léon Cortès was a French, post-impressionist painting in the early 20th century. His art will be exhibited May 17th through August 11. Free admission.Find out more »
Join us this summer in Design Den as we make, tinker, and create around different themes in Design Den! Some activities in Design Den will be provided for all ages, while activities taking place in Design Den Studio (the back area) will require that participants are 8 years old or older. Circuits are the theme…Find out more »
Prepare for lift off and discover what space travel is all about at the Be the Astronaut exhibit at Baylor University's Mayborn Museum! Experience the wonders of space and plan a space mission, learn about technology and math skills required to be an astronaut in this exciting exhibit! The exhibit will feature: Navigation Interactive Stations…Find out more »
Ty Nathan Clark is scheduled to curate his own solo exhibition, “Lost, Recovered and Remaining,” at local art gallery and event space Cultivate 7Twelve. This exhibition features thoughtful, abstract works of art. Clark’s work engages the discovery of the human condition and our existence through a fury of movements and texture. The show will debut…Find out more »
Our newest exhibition, Coming of Age, provides a brief look into the history of debutantes. This exhibit explores traditional English standards while examining the transition into American practices with highlights of local Waco traditions. Highlights of the exhibition include: music that will transport you to a debutante ball during the Edwardian Age, Edwardian fashions from the…Find out more »
The City of Waco’s Brazos Nights concert series is set to return to downtown Waco this spring and summer. For 30 years, Brazos Nights has brought good times and great music to the riverfront next to the historic Suspension Bridge. With outstanding musicians, food trucks and family fun, the award-winning concerts are a true Waco…Find out more »
A Central Texas' favorite R&B/Rock/Funk & Motown band.Find out more »
Join us every Friday night for a four course dinner. Only $25. Reservations required - drink pairings available. A different menu every week with special guest chefs. Call, Facebook, or visit our website to make your reservations!Find out more »
In the heart of Paris, a kind and eccentric millionairess wills her entire estate to Duchess, her high-society cat, and her three little kittens. Laughs and adventure ensue as the greedy, bumbling butler pulls off the ultimate catnap caper. Now it's up to the rough-and-tumble alley cat, Thomas O'Malley, and his band of swingin' jazz…Find out more »
Sip N Skate BYOB is the new place to be for college students and young adults! Every Friday night, the lights go dark and the tunes heat up as DJ Memphis hits the 1s & 2s bringing the fun and games.Must be at least 18 to skate and 21+ to drink. $12 admission which includes…Find out more »
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