Community Events


5th Annual Comic-Con is coming Oct. 11 through 13th @ Foster Communications Coliseum. Activities for the entire family all weekend. For details go to


San Angelo TEA Party meeting will be Tuesday (Oct. 8) @ 6:30 pm @ West Texas Training Center, the Howard College campus, Guest speaker will be local attorney William Keith Davis. He specializes in civil trial law. You can their website for articles and information. Everyone is welcome.


Brews, Ewes and BBQ Cookoff competition will be Sat. October 19 at the downtown Paseo area. For more info visit “” Cookoff judging begins at 11 am.


TxDOT wants to know what Texans think will be the most pressing transportation needs for the next 30 years. They are hosting the second round of public meetings to gather public input that will be essential to developing the state’s long-range transportation plan, The meeting in the San Angelo is Mon. Oct.21st @ San Angelo TxDOT office.


The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council is having an open house at their new Journey Recovery Center on Fri. Oct. 11th. @ 3600 N. U.S. Highway 277, next to the Roy Robb center. 10 am till noon. Anyone is welcome.


Small Town Worship Tour Concert with Seventh Day Slumber and Nathan Sheridan will be Fri. Oct. 18 at Hoolihan Acres, in Mertzon Texas. $10 online tickets, $15 at the Gate. Gate opens @ 6:30 pm. For Tickets or FMI call 325-656-1020.


An Artisans and Crafters Showcase will be Sat. Oct. 12 9-3pm @ 1st Methodist Church @ 37 E. Beauregard, Celebration Hall. FMI: call 325-655-8981.


Boys & Girls Club will Honor 5 Individuals at its Pillars of the Community Event on October 17th. The program begins at 6 pm at the McNease Convention Center. For tickets and sponsorship opportunities, call Joel Rivera at 655-8343. Individual Tickets are $50 each.


Nicole Cherry and Nataliya Sukhina will perform a combination of classical and contemporary pieces on violin and piano as part of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ Chamber Music Series. The concert will take place on Sunday, (Oct.13) at 2 p.m. at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. Tickets may be purchased at the door or by mailing in the order form that can be found on the SAMFA website at


Aspiring artists can showcase their desire to beautify their community and keep Texas litter-free in the first-ever “Don’t mess with Texas” Mural Contest. “Don’t mess with Texas” and the city of San Angelo is partnering & open to all ages in the San Angelo area. Submit original artwork that incorporates the spirit of the “Don’t mess with Texas” and the goal of keeping Texas litter-free. For contest rules and submission entries, “”. The entry deadline is Oct. 18th.