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Mini Mayborn Express

Join us as we welcome back the Central Texas Area Model Railroaders to the Mayborn and make this returning favorite part of your holiday traditions. Enjoy a special Christmas display, a small train track that you can operate yourself, and a large G-scale train layout that will include elaborate scenes of cities and towns and…

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Mini Mayborn Express

Join us as we welcome back the Central Texas Area Model Railroaders to the Mayborn and make this returning favorite part of your holiday traditions. Enjoy a special Christmas display, a small train track that you can operate yourself, and a large G-scale train layout that will include elaborate scenes of cities and towns and…

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Mini Mayborn Express

Join us as we welcome back the Central Texas Area Model Railroaders to the Mayborn and make this returning favorite part of your holiday traditions. Enjoy a special Christmas display, a small train track that you can operate yourself, and a large G-scale train layout that will include elaborate scenes of cities and towns and…

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Burning Memories by Marsha Wilson

Marsha Wilson is showing her art at the Kieren Sistrunk Gallery. Wilson uses the ancient technique of pyrography to create burned images with a modern twist in wood, leather, and paper. First Friday in December will kick off the opening with eats and a drawing. The show will continue with special events throughout the month…

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Spirited: Prohibition, Temperance, and Soda Pop Exhibit

Visitors will learn about the complex issues that led America to adopt Prohibition through the 18th Amendment to the Constitution in 1919 until its repeal through the 21st Amendment in 1933. Through the exhibition, visitors will learn about the amendment process, the changing role of liquor in American culture, Prohibition’s impact on the roaring ‘20s,…

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Spirited: Prohibition, Temperance, and Soda Pop Exhibit

Visitors will learn about the complex issues that led America to adopt Prohibition through the 18th Amendment to the Constitution in 1919 until its repeal through the 21st Amendment in 1933. Through the exhibition, visitors will learn about the amendment process, the changing role of liquor in American culture, Prohibition’s impact on the roaring ‘20s,…

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Art Exhibit at MCC

Nathan Porterfield’s “Never Odd or Even” art exhibit. Artist statement; “My use of disparate constituent materials reflects the importance of the part/whole relationship in my work.  I am moved by acknowledgment of systems and constructs, conscious and unconscious, and on every level; how we form understanding of self as a system, and of self, within…

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Lunar Engagement Day: Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Join the TSTC Challenger Learning Center as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing and the upcoming Artemis program our Small Steps Giant Leaps Event. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities that will include building a rover, programming and using a bot, learning about moon geology, viewing our planetarium,…

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