Community Events

The United Way of the Concho Valley is beginning their fall Fundraising campaign, called “Change Starts Here”. Company campaigns are starting around the Concho Valley.


Fort Concho and the Concho Valley Archeological Society are hosting their 18th annual Archeology Fair from 10-3 pm on Sat. Sept. 23rd. The fair is free to all. Also, Free admission to all of the city’s museums that Saturday for National Museum Day.


Los Lonely Boys benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Harvey will be held at the Riverstage on Sunday Oct. 8. Tickets $10 gen. Admission. Avail. @ or Blairs Western Wear store. Proceeds benefit hurricane victims.


The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley will host the 13th annual “Let it Go! Recovery Rally and Run on Sat. Sept. 30th @ the El Paseo. 80’s Themed 1 mile, 5K and 10K race. FMI: call 325-224-3481.


The annual Cheyenne’s Rally Motorcycle run will be Sat. Sept.23 to raise money for Childrens Miracle Network @ Shannon Med Center. 100 mile run. $25 registration. Go to “”.


The Annual International Lilly Fest is coming Sat. Sept.23. 9 to 2 pm @ Civic League Park, across from Central H.S. Free. Free refreshments and kids activities, & live music. 


Celebrate the U.S. Constitution @ Courthouse Lawn, Sat. Sept.23. 10-2 pm. Several Speakers, Patriotic Music. Free games and prizes for kids, + Food vendors. FMI: call 325-650-0658.


Sonrises Trails hosting 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot @ S.A. Claybird Assoc. Sat. Sept. 23rd,  8 - 1 pm. Indiv. $150. Lunch Incl, + a raffle & Live Auction. Call Mary Coffey 325-949-4837.


ASU is looking for 2017 Homecoming Parade participants. Open for Community Groups and Organizations. Parade will be downtown on Sat. Oct. 28th. Theme is “ASU Around the World”.  Register entries online @


“Be you own SuperHero” Symposium & Disability Resource Fair. Sept. 30th @ the Stephens Cent. Library. 9-3 pm. Free Food, Prizes & Giveaways. Pres. by “Partners Res. Network- Pen Project.


“34th Annual National Night Out” against crime will be Tues. Oct. 3. Several events at Neighborhoods across San Angelo and in Wall, TX that evening. Free for all. Turn on outside lights and spend the evening with neighbors, police and first responders.