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Events for September 11, 2019
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View works by Josef Albers and several contemporary artists influenced by his work. Admission is free.Find out more »
Our newest exhibit features all three of our Historic Homes: East Terrace, Earle-Napier-Kinnard, and McCulloch, and discusses the character and defining features of the architectural style of each. While you view the homes through this lens, you are also given insight into the smaller, more intricate elements that make up the larger home. Our hope…Find out more »
Waco Restaurant Week is a one-week, city-wide event taking place at local restaurants, coffee shops and bars across Waco, September 6th through the 14th. The one-week long event will feature special priced breakfasts, brunches, lunches, dinners and drink specials throughout Waco. Waco Restaurant Week cares about our community. It takes a community to grow a…Find out more »
For thousands of years, humans have believed that there were once flying monsters. Such creatures became mythologized, with stories about them shared around the world. But could they have really existed? About 220 million years ago dinosaurs were on the rise to dominating the Earth. But another group of reptiles was about to make an…Find out more »
The Waco Friends of Peace/Climate is a local non-profit organization dedicated to direct action and education to combat anthropogenic climate change. The goal of the art show is to raise awareness of climate change, emphasize that climate change is a global emergency, portray the ongoing effects, and suggest hopeful solutions. We believe that art, through…Find out more »
Dust off your hiking boots, and join our park rangers each Wednesday at 5:30 pm for "Wild Wednesdays" - informative and fun guided hikes through Cameron Park. Learn about one of the largest municipal parks in Texas, while enjoying scenic views of limestone cliffs and the Brazos and Bosque Rivers. Hikes last about an hour,…Find out more »
Justin Furstenfeld is a Texas-based artist known for his signature voice and his heart-string pulling lyrics. A true storyteller and troubadour with a powerful stage presence. His one-man show “An Open Book” is a transparent look at his life, his mistakes and his victories. His willingness to share even the most taboo of topics create…Find out more »
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