Community Events

Human trafficking survivor Tonya Stafford will speak on Tuesday (4-16) at the Stephens Central Library as part of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Stafford was 13 years old when she was sold by her mother for drug money. FMI Call 325-655-2000. Talk will be @ 1 pm.


San Angelo Pachyderm Club will hold a school board candidate forum at monthly luncheon meeting on Wednesday (4-17) at Zentner's Daughter Steak House. SAISD School board candidates Lanny Layman and Chris Giroux will speak. Anyone welcome. FMI: Call Fred Contreras @ 325-656-0190.


Tex Tech Alumni Association sponsoring Annual Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament Fri. April 19 @ San Angelo Country Club. Regis.@11:30, Start @ 1:30. Lunch included FMI: Blayne Harris 325-650-7202.


City and Habitat for Humanity seeking volunteers for the Neighborhood Paint Blitz on Sat. April 27th. This year’s effort targets homes in the Belaire neighborhood. Ages 15 and older are welcome. No painting experience necessary. Supplies & tools provided. Volunteers will be fed breakfast and lunch. To sign up or FMI Call Bob Salas at 325-655-0824.


Concho Valley C.A.R.E.S. Coalition will host a Prescription Drug Take-Back Sat. April 27th, 10 am to noon at ADACCV Cotton Lindsey Center at 3553 Houston Harte. The event is in conjunction with the National RX Take Back Day! Drop off unused or expired prescriptions or over the counter medications for proper disposal at no cost.


City and Habitat for Humanity are looking for volunteers for the annual Neighborhood Paint Blitz on Saturday, April 27th. This year’s effort will target homes in the Belaire neighborhood. Volunteers age 15 and older are welcome. No painting experience is necessary. To sign up or for more information, contact Bob Salas, director of the City’s Neighborhood and Family Services at 325-655-0824.


Fort Concho celebrates San Angelo’s agricultural heritage, Sat. April 27th, with an assortment of exhibits, demonstrations and children’s activities at its annual Frontier Day. Frontier Day will be from 7:30 a.m. until noon @ Fort Concho. Free admission. The Lions Clubs will host a pancake breakfast with sausage 7:30 to 11 am. Cost is $6 per person. Frontier Day is Fort Concho’s 2nd largest event.


San Angelo Police joined the free “Neighbors” app by Ring to provide the community with real-time, local crime and safety information. Residents can text ‘StaySafe’ to 555888 from smartphone to download the Neighbors app for free and join their neighborhood to share crime and safety-related videos, photos, and text-based posts; and receive real-time safety alerts from their neighbors, local law enforcement and the Ring team. FMI:


The monthly downtown stroll will be Thurs. (4-18). The free City Trolley runs 6-9 pm. Theme will be “Stroll Eggstravaganza”. Access your stroll map @