Community Events

San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is now underway. Tickets are on sale @ Coliseum box office. Rodeo is featuring 12 performances. Once again this year will be the popular Carnival and midway events, wine tasting, junior food challenge, robotics & more.

 

ASU’s Department of History will host the first spring 2019 installment of its Great War Centennial Commemoration Lecture Series (this evening, (Monday, Feb.4), at 7 p.m.@ Houston Harte University Center.  Titled “The Great War and the Russian Revolution,” the lecture will take place in the C.J. Davidson Conf. Center and is open free to the public.

 

City Council candidate packets for the May 4th election are available online and City Hall. District 1, 3 and 5 seats will be up for election. Officials will serve 4 years. The filing period for candidates through February 15th. Packets can be downloaded & copies are available @ City Clerk’s office @ City Hall. Call City Clerk Julia Antilley @ 325-657-4405

 

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley is gearing up for its Annual Have a Heart for ADACCV E-Auction. The event takes place on Tuesday, February 12th from 10 AM until Wednesday, February 13th at 3 PM. Bidding will be continuous. Sweet treats and gift baskets, donated by local businesses and friends of ADACCV, auctioned to highest bidder. The e-auction website at www.adaccv.org.

 

Angelo State University Planetarium will present two full-dome public astronomy shows during its early spring 2019 schedule in the Vincent Building. Each Thursday thru  Mar. 7th, “Oasis in Space” will run at 7 p.m. & “Dynamic Earth” at 8 p.m. Shows open to the public, admission prices of $3 for adults and $2 for children active military & senior citizens. ASU students, faculty and staff free.

 

Tickets available for the 2019 Go Red Luncheon benefiting the American Heart Association on Wed. (Feb. 6) at the McNease Convention Center. 11 a.m. and lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. Thirteenth year for Shannon to sponsor the luncheon which encourages women to learn about their risk of heart disease & take action to reduce their personal risk. There will be a speaker, a fashion show, exhibits, and a silent auction. Tickets are 50 dollars. Call the Heart Association at 325-481-6300.

Fort Concho hosting a free day of baseball talk @ Baseball Heritage Symposium Sat. Feb. 9th, featuring author Al Pickett speaking about his book “The Greatest Texas Sports Stories You’ve Never Heard.” Presentations & stories on baseball broadcasting by Foster Communications own sportscaster Jeremy Bryant, via video link. Coffee, snacks and a light lunch will be provided. The event will be from 9 am-4 pm in the Living History Stables classroom .

Tickets available for 2019 Go Red Luncheon benefiting the American Heart Association taking place Wednesday, (Feb. 6) at the McNease Convention Center. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. This is the thirteenth year for Shannon to sponsor the luncheon which encourages women to learn about their risk of heart disease and to take action to reduce their personal risk. There will be a speaker, a fashion show, exhibits, and a silent auction. Tickets are $50. FMI: 325-481-6300.