Bell’s Hill Walk

The Silos weren’t the first tourist attraction in Waco.  Once upon a time we were known as “Geyser City” and people came from all across the country to take a dip in our “healthful waters.”  Learn all about Captain J. D. Bell, the man who discovered these waters, and wander around the neighborhood where he…

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Carry The Load

Join others at the Waco Fire Department as “Carry the Load” marchers make their way through Waco. This national relay pays respects and honors the sacrifices of America’s military, veterans, first responders and their families. The Carry The Load relay team travels and makes stops across the country during the month of May. This year…

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Free Movie Night

The inspiring film Hidden Figures featuring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae will be shown for free. Popcorn and lemonade provided!

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Juneteenth Family FunDay

The 10th Annual Juneteenth Family FunDay is always a crowd pleaser! There will be family-friendly activities, local vendors, and unmatched musical performances! This year’s celebration is FREE for the entire community thanks to generous sponsors! Parking: $5 Cooler Tags: $20 No tents or glass *Sponsored by Ascension Providence, 94.5 The Beat, Allen Samuels, Creative Waco,…

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Oaxacan Gold Photography Exhibit

An art exhibit curated by the esteemed National Geographic contributing photographer Greg Davis, Oaxacan Gold highlights the beauty and uniqueness of Oaxacan culture through Davis’s ethereal photography and a stellar collection of Oaxacan folk art. ABOUT THE ARTIST Davis is a contributing photographer for National Geographic/Disney and was represented by the National Geographic Image Collection…

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Floating Mercado

The Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Floating Mercado is a monthly market showcasing local businesses! The purpose of this event is to give local merchants the opportunity to sell their products/services and engage with the community in a market setting. The mercado features food, drinks, goods and more! VENDORS SIGN UP HERE

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Tornado Remembrance Walk

On May 11, 1953, at about 4:30 p.m., a tornado swept through downtown Waco with winds so strong nearly 200 buildings were either destroyed outright or were damaged so severely they had to be torn down. In all, 114 lives were lost. Eric Ames from Baylor University leads the walk and retraces the path of…

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Coffee and A Cappella Music

BRÛ coffee opens today in the cafe of the beautifully restored Anthem STORIES building! Swing by for coffee, teas, treats, and a live a cappella performance from Baylor VirtuOSO! VirtuOSO is the premier pop/a cappella/vocal jazz ensemble at Baylor. Devoted to creativity, variety, and excellence, this group performs arrangements ranging from four to 14 parts,…

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