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Sep 02, 2014
7:00 PM 
The Founder of Genea Bloggers, Thomas MacEntee, will be speaking via webcast on "Mind Mapping for Genealogists" at Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3536 YMCA Drive on September 2, 2014.  The mind mapping tool provides an exceptional method for genealogists to solve brick wall issues.  The meeting begins at 7:00 pm and the public is invited to attend.  There is no charge .  For additional information call 325-481-3239 or 325-942-5741  email: SAGHS.Inc@gmail.com or visit website posted above.
Sep 03, 2014
 
Lunch hour (12-1) talks on local/regional history & heritage.  Contact on Monday of scheduled talk to order a lunch, or you may bring you lunch.  Soft drinks will be provided.  Located in the Commissary Buidling, Flipper  at Burgess Streets.  Contact:  Carol Cummings 325-657-4441
Sep 04, 2014
 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
Sep 05, 2014
 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
Disney Pirate & Princess Adventure
September 5, 2014 at Foster Communications Coliseum, 50 E. 43rd Street.  2 showings one at 2:30 pm and one at 5:30 pm.  Tickets are $23.25 - $48.25   FMI  325-658-6464.
12:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball: Belles vs Missouri Southern at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena,  12:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
5:00 PM 
ASU Soccer  Rambelles vs. Adams State University at ASU Soccer Field,  5:00 p.m.  FMI: tickets@angelo.edu
6:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball  'Belles vs. Arkansas Fort Smith University at Junell Center/Stephens Arena,  6:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
9:00 PM 

Downtown free outdoor movies presents:  September 5th - Man of Steel; September 12th - Cyberbully; September 19th - Maleficent; September 26th - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.   Movies start dusk at 17 East Twohig (parking lot across from the Cactus Hotel).  FMI:  click on website posted above. Bring your own comfortable chair or blanket, and watch movies under the West Texas stars. Brand new popcorn, snow cone  & hot dog machines are ready to produce delicious Snacks for sale at the concession table.  Visit website posted above for season schedule.   Movies shown on the last Friday of every month (FAMILY FRIDAY) will also have a bicycle give away to one lucky winner.    September 26th bike give away.

Sep 06, 2014
 
10th Annual Let It Go Recovery Rally & Run
Full day of activities with Race day registration beginning at 7:30 am at the El Paseo East Pavilion, 20 E. Avenue D.  The 1M and 5K races begin at 8:30 am with awards at 10:00 am.  Race entry includes t-shirt and goody bag to 1st 100 registrants.  Register online at www.getmeregistered.com or race registration form (pdf) at www.adaccv.org  Early registration ends August 29th.  Race day registration will also be available.  A Balloon Release will take place at 10:30 am.  Spread your message of hope by pledging a balloon the color level of your choice!  Write a personalized message.  $2 White  $5 Yellow  $10 Red  $20 Blue  over $20 Green  (Every dollar spent on Balloon Pledges gets you a Raffle Ticket!)  Raffle prizes include Hydration Backpack, Adult Bike, & Flat Screen Television.   Hamburger/Barbeque Brisket Sandwich plates will be offered for $5 and include chips, soft drink and cookie!
In the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman, tries to instill in his five daughters the tradition of his tight-knit Jewish community in the face of changing social morals.  Performances scheduled August 22 - 30, 2014.  For scheduling and ticket information:  325-949-4400 or visit website posted above.
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

1st Saturdays at the Chicken Farm Art Center with a monthly celebration of art, music and community.  Event includes artist vendors with handmade works and gifts, a live music circle hosted by the Chicken Pickers, great food, and free clay art experiments for kids to participate in.  Good family fun for everyone.  At The Chicken Farm Art Center, 2505 Martin Luther King Blvd from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.  FMI:  325-653-4936
 

12:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball "Belles vs.  Arkansas at Monticello at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena  12:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
6:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball 'Belles vs. Western New Mexico University at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena 6:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
Sep 07, 2014
 
In the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman, tries to instill in his five daughters the tradition of his tight-knit Jewish community in the face of changing social morals.  Performances scheduled August 22 - 30, 2014.  For scheduling and ticket information:  325-949-4400 or visit website posted above.
12:00 PM 
ASU Soccer:  Rambelles vs. New Mexico Highlands University at ASU Soccer Field 12:00 noon.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
Sep 09, 2014
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM 
How To Do Business with the Government
At this training you will learn how to get started with federal contracts, understanding RFP's, searching for contracts, developing past performance descriptions, costing strategies, forming teaming relationships, understanding key terms, and much more.  Event takes place at the Business Resource Center, 69 North Chadbourne from 9:30 am - 12:00 noon.  Event fee is $15.  FMI:  Dezaray Johnson, 325-942-2098  em ail: sbdctraining@angelo.edu
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
Taste of San Angelo
The San Angelo Restaurant Association invites you to the 39th Annual "Taste of San Angelo", Tuesday, September 9th at First Community Federal Credit Union Spur Arena.  Enjoy the specialties of nearly 50 of San Angelo's finest restaurants.  Find great items in the silent auction and help support culinary arts education throughout the Concho Valley.  A limited number of VIP tables are still available for $300.  Get general admission tickets at Zentner's Daughter, Fuentes Cafe, Rooster's, Lonestar Cheeseburger and the Market at Pinky's.  FMI call Bernay Sheffield at 325-949-2821
7:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball 'Belles vs. Texas Women's University at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena  7:00 p.m. FMI: tickets@angelo.edu
Sep 10, 2014
 
Lunch hour (12-1) talks on local/regional history & heritage.  Contact on Monday of scheduled talk to order a lunch, or you may bring you lunch.  Soft drinks will be provided.  Located in the Commissary Buidling, Flipper  at Burgess Streets.  Contact:  Carol Cummings 325-657-4441
Sep 11, 2014
 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
5:30 PM 
A lecture by Nik Honeysett, member of the Board of the American Alliance of Museums; CEO of the Balboa Park Online Collaborative; Former Head of Administraiton for the J. Paul Getty Museum, will address one of today's most pressing question: "How do you deal with technology in a constantly changing world?"  Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 5:30 pm in the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts Meeting Room, 1 Love Street.  The lecture is free and the public is invited to attend.  A question and answer session will follow the talk, and light refreshments will be provided.  FMI:  325-653-3333
6:30 PM - 8:45 PM 
Music at the Chicken Farm Art Center

September 11th from 6:30 - 8:45pm Music by Richard Ramirez and David Lindeman  also Rae Denton and Michael Rauch.  Admission is free; an entertainer hat will be passed.  Cheese burgers, chips, ice cream and desserts by Helen will be available for purchase.  Please bring your lawn chair.  You may bring your own picnic basket and refreshments.  Many resident artists will have shops open before and after the concert.  Location:  2505 Martin Luther King Blvd. 

Sep 12, 2014
 

The Showdown in San Angelo Super Nationals Drag Boat Races presented by Twin Peaks, takes place September 12-14 at Lake Nasworthy.  Tickets may be purchased at San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, Joe's Ice HOuse, NAPA Auto Parts, Suddenlink Communications and West Central Wireless.  Tickets:  Reserved Table under VIP tent (seats 8) $1000.  Single Ticket under VIP tent $125.  Test & Tune Friday $10.  One day (Sat. or Sun.) Advance Pass $20.  3-day advance pass  $40. Cooler pass (Max. 50 qts.),$20  Discounted Advance Tickets may be purchased until 5:00pm on Wednesday, Sept. 10.  After that, full-price tickets available at the gate.
Race Schedule:
Friday:  Test & Tune, Gates open at 8:00am with Round 1 Qualifying races from 12:30 - 3:00 pm
Saturday:  Gates open at 7:00 am
Sunday:  Gates open at 7:00 am

FMI:  325-655-4136   800-375-1206  or visit website posted above

Fiestas Patrias

The Southside Lions Club invite you to "Fiestas Patrias", Mexican Independence Celebration September 12 & 13 at the Paseo de Santa Angela.  Admission $3 on Friday and $5 on Saturday. Kids 10 years and under come in FREE.   Events Friday:   Vendor Booths 6pm, San Angelo Ballet Dancers 7:15pm, Mariachi Alma Mexicana 8pm & Dance with D.J., GOCHA 9:30 pm.  Saturday events include:  Vendor Booths 6pm, Ballet Azteca Dancers 7:15pm, Mariachi Alma Mexicana 8pm, El "Grito de Independencia" 9pm and Dance with David Marez from San Antonio, TX 9:30pm.  Additionally, there will be Bouncing Inflatables, Games for kids, and Arts & Crafts, Food Booths (aguas frescas, helotes, carnitas, gorditas, taquitos). 

Cowboy Gathering - San Angelo
Live music at San Angelo's VFW, 125 S. Browning on September 12 & 13.  Tickets are $35 per day or $50 for weekend pass.  Tickets available at Holland's Jewelry or at 125 S. Browning St.  Performances on September 12 from 6pm - midnight featuring Jody Nix and Jake Hooker.  September 13th performances from 11am - midnight featuring Billy Mata, Floyd Domino, Jason Roberts, KR Woods, Case Hardin, Clearwater, Clifton Fifer, Jr., Cactus Mike Mosman, T. Gozney & The Old Hat Band and Dave Alexander &
The Hot Texas Swing Band.  Additionally there will be a Live Auction on September 13th which will include a Spur Cuff Bracelet by Holland's Jewelry & Autographed Guitar by Entertainers.  "Have Steers Will Travel" from Bandera Texas will be on hand for photos.  FMI:  325-763-9923
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
8:00 PM 

Tierney Sutton, jazz artist, who is a 6-time Grammy Nominee as both a recording artist and arranger, uses her voice like an instrument.  She has headlined at the Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and Jazz at Lincoln Center.  Doors open at 7:00 pm and performance begins at 8:00 pm in the Cactus Hotel.  Tickets are $20 and will go on sale Mid-august.  Season Tickets are $50 for the three concert series.  Student/Military Tickets are $10 with ID.  Futher information on the artist:  www.tierneysutton.com 

9:00 PM 

Downtown free outdoor movies presents:  September 5th - Man of Steel; September 12th - Cyberbully; September 19th - Maleficent; September 26th - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.   Movies start dusk at 17 East Twohig (parking lot across from the Cactus Hotel).  FMI:  click on website posted above. Bring your own comfortable chair or blanket, and watch movies under the West Texas stars. Brand new popcorn, snow cone  & hot dog machines are ready to produce delicious Snacks for sale at the concession table.  Visit website posted above for season schedule.   Movies shown on the last Friday of every month (FAMILY FRIDAY) will also have a bicycle give away to one lucky winner.    September 26th bike give away.

Sep 13, 2014
 

The Showdown in San Angelo Super Nationals Drag Boat Races presented by Twin Peaks, takes place September 12-14 at Lake Nasworthy.  Tickets may be purchased at San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, Joe's Ice HOuse, NAPA Auto Parts, Suddenlink Communications and West Central Wireless.  Tickets:  Reserved Table under VIP tent (seats 8) $1000.  Single Ticket under VIP tent $125.  Test & Tune Friday $10.  One day (Sat. or Sun.) Advance Pass $20.  3-day advance pass  $40. Cooler pass (Max. 50 qts.),$20  Discounted Advance Tickets may be purchased until 5:00pm on Wednesday, Sept. 10.  After that, full-price tickets available at the gate.
Race Schedule:
Friday:  Test & Tune, Gates open at 8:00am with Round 1 Qualifying races from 12:30 - 3:00 pm
Saturday:  Gates open at 7:00 am
Sunday:  Gates open at 7:00 am

FMI:  325-655-4136   800-375-1206  or visit website posted above

Fiestas Patrias

The Southside Lions Club invite you to "Fiestas Patrias", Mexican Independence Celebration September 12 & 13 at the Paseo de Santa Angela.  Admission $3 on Friday and $5 on Saturday. Kids 10 years and under come in FREE.   Events Friday:   Vendor Booths 6pm, San Angelo Ballet Dancers 7:15pm, Mariachi Alma Mexicana 8pm & Dance with D.J., GOCHA 9:30 pm.  Saturday events include:  Vendor Booths 6pm, Ballet Azteca Dancers 7:15pm, Mariachi Alma Mexicana 8pm, El "Grito de Independencia" 9pm and Dance with David Marez from San Antonio, TX 9:30pm.  Additionally, there will be Bouncing Inflatables, Games for kids, and Arts & Crafts, Food Booths (aguas frescas, helotes, carnitas, gorditas, taquitos). 

Cowboy Gathering - San Angelo
Live music at San Angelo's VFW, 125 S. Browning on September 12 & 13.  Tickets are $35 per day or $50 for weekend pass.  Tickets available at Holland's Jewelry or at 125 S. Browning St.  Performances on September 12 from 6pm - midnight featuring Jody Nix and Jake Hooker.  September 13th performances from 11am - midnight featuring Billy Mata, Floyd Domino, Jason Roberts, KR Woods, Case Hardin, Clearwater, Clifton Fifer, Jr., Cactus Mike Mosman, T. Gozney & The Old Hat Band and Dave Alexander &
The Hot Texas Swing Band.  Additionally there will be a Live Auction on September 13th which will include a Spur Cuff Bracelet by Holland's Jewelry & Autographed Guitar by Entertainers.  "Have Steers Will Travel" from Bandera Texas will be on hand for photos.  FMI:  325-763-9923
7:00 AM 
Run to Remember
On Saturday, September 13, 2014, A 5K/1.5M run will take place at Angelo State University (across S. Jackson from the Junell Center).  Race Day Registration begins at 7:00 am followed by a memorial service at 7:45am.  The 5K race start time is 8:00 am with the 1.5 mile race starting at 8:10 am.  Look for registration tents at the Intramural Fields near the ASU Norris Baseball Locker Room at the North end of Foster Field.  This event is to honor those who lost their lives on or after September 11, 2001, as well as those who continue to defend today.  The first 100 entries recieve a FREE shirt!  You can also register online:  www.BBBSTX.org/R2R2014 or contact Big Brothers Big Sisters at 408 S. Oakes, San Angelo, TX 76903 or call 325-486-2200.  Entry fee for 5K  $20.    First responders, Military and ASU students $15, 1.5 Mile Walk $10.
8:00 AM 
Flea Market - GFAB Rec Camp
Goodfellow Air Force Base will be hosting a Flea Market (at  GFAB Rec Camp) on September 13th beginning at 8:00 am.  Interested Vendors pay $10 for a 10'x10' space and will set up at 6:30 am.  Tables, chairs and canopies available for rent.  Food and beverages for sale and San Angelo Nature Center Display for kids!  FMI:  Rec. Camp, 3255-944-1012
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM 

The Concho Valley Master Gardeners Present:  Fall Landscaping Symposium on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the Stephens Central Library Community Room, 33 W. Beauregard.  Registration starts at 8:00 am with program following at 8:30am - 3:30pm.  Cost is $20 per person or $30 a couple.  Refreshments and lunch will be provided.  Symposium presenters are:
Mike Mosman, Owner, Cactustown Texas  How to affect all of your senses in a low water-use landscape  Pam Smith, Park Landscape Manager City of Farmer's Branch  Roses for the Landscape
Debbie Frost, County Extension Agent, Retired  Best Plants...Best Garden
Pam Penick, Author and landscape Designer  Lose the lawn: Design tips for drought-proof gardens 
Debbie Frost,  Enhance the Garden Experience
Call to RSVP:  325-659-6522  (RSVP by Wednesday, September 10th to assure seating and handout materials.)

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM 
At the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts celebrating Mexico's Independence Day and exploring Mexican artwork with the whole family.  Mexico 2000 Ballet Folklorico will present a free performances at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm at the Museum.    Loteria and prizes will be given between performances.  From 10am - 3 pm Free for Everyone!  FMI:  325-653-3333 or visit website posted above.
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM 
Bolshoi Or Bust
A brisket fundraiser will be held at Fiddle Fire Cafe, 1103 S. Oakes Street on Saturday, September 13 from 11am - 4pm and will include live entertainment.  This event will benefit local teen, Emma Armstrong, who will be the only Texan studying ballet at the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow.  FMI:  325-658-9850 or go to:  www.gofundme.com/bolshoiorbust
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM 
Ram Jam

Come and support the Angelo State University Rams!  Ram Jam is a free event that creates school spirit and pride through tailgating, music and entertainment.  ASU students and alumni, community members and families are all welcome.  Each event has activities for children.  Free food and beverages provided.  Ram Jam is held at the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center, 1620 University Avenue.  FMI:  325-942-2122. 
Sponsors include:  Gandi Ink, AB Distributing, Sam's Club, 94.7 KIXY FM, and Weinerschnitzel

6:00 PM 
ASU Rams vs Western Colorado University at LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field.  Game time 6:00 pm  FMI:  visit website posted above.
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM 
Rock Around the Clock - 50's Sock Hop
Join the Terpichorean Club in a fabulous 1950's ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK - 50's SOCK HOP at the Bentwood Country Club, 2111 Clubhouse Lane!  The evening will start with with a social hour, followed by a buffet dinner.  Immediately after dinner, dance to the music of the Jazz Angelo.  All are  welcome to come in your best '50's outfit to dance 'round the clock to great rock 'n roll.  Cost is $20 per person.  FMI:  call Kathryn 325-947-1369
Sep 14, 2014
 
ASU Golf - Concho River Classic
ASU's Concho River Classic at Bentwood Country Club, September 14th.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu

The Showdown in San Angelo Super Nationals Drag Boat Races presented by Twin Peaks, takes place September 12-14 at Lake Nasworthy.  Tickets may be purchased at San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, Joe's Ice HOuse, NAPA Auto Parts, Suddenlink Communications and West Central Wireless.  Tickets:  Reserved Table under VIP tent (seats 8) $1000.  Single Ticket under VIP tent $125.  Test & Tune Friday $10.  One day (Sat. or Sun.) Advance Pass $20.  3-day advance pass  $40. Cooler pass (Max. 50 qts.),$20  Discounted Advance Tickets may be purchased until 5:00pm on Wednesday, Sept. 10.  After that, full-price tickets available at the gate.
Race Schedule:
Friday:  Test & Tune, Gates open at 8:00am with Round 1 Qualifying races from 12:30 - 3:00 pm
Saturday:  Gates open at 7:00 am
Sunday:  Gates open at 7:00 am

FMI:  325-655-4136   800-375-1206  or visit website posted above

Sep 15, 2014
 
ASU Golf - Concho River Classic
ASU's Concho River Classic at Bentwood Country Club, September 14th.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
Sep 16, 2014
 
ASU Golf - Concho River Classic
ASU's Concho River Classic at Bentwood Country Club, September 14th.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
The Basics of Marketing & Branding
Marketing is a powerful tool that business owners can use to get noticed and attract new business.  Attend this seminar to learn about the many different types of media and marketing strategies you can use to market your business.  You will also learn how to create a styrong message to help you earn the best return on your marketing investments.  Event fee is $15.  Seminar takes place at the Business Resource Center, 69 North Chadbourne St. from 6:00 - 8:30 PM.  FMI:  Dezaray Johnson, 325-942-2098 email: sbdctraining@angelo.edu
Sep 17, 2014
 
Lunch hour (12-1) talks on local/regional history & heritage.  Contact on Monday of scheduled talk to order a lunch, or you may bring you lunch.  Soft drinks will be provided.  Located in the Commissary Buidling, Flipper  at Burgess Streets.  Contact:  Carol Cummings 325-657-4441
Sep 18, 2014
 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM 

Features a variety of galleries and art exhibits, restaurants, merchants, museums, library exhibits, music venues, etc.  Sponsored by Downtown San Angelo, Inc., San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts & San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council.  Click on link to download your art walk map:  www.downtownsanangelo.com    FREE TROLLEY to stops along the way starting at 6:00 pm
For more information, please contact one of the following:
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street, (325) 653-3333
San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council, 36 E. Twohig, Suite 200, (325) 653-6793
Downtown San Angelo, Inc., (325) 655-2345

5:30 PM 
The opening celebration of a new exhibit, free and open to the public will take place on Thursday, September 18th (art walk night) at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street, beginning at 5:30 pm.  The exhibit features traditional black ink paintings and watercolors by Shozo Sato, master artist and National Treasure of Japan; and contemporary 3-D works by three American artists working with origami: Joan Son, Kana Harada and Linda Mihara.  FMI:  325-653-3333 or visit website posted above.
6:00 PM 

In collaboration with San Angelo Community Medical Center, Downtown San Angelo, Inc. will be hosting "Walk with a DOC" in Paint Brush Alley (behind the Texas Theatre).  Meet with physicians from OB/GYN, cardiology, internal medicine, pediatrics, family practice and urology for an open discussion about health issues beginning at 6:00 pm followed by a stroll downtown.  Explore new art in Paint Brush Alley created by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts' Summer for Kids' campers.  Additions include a succulent garden, murals and an interactive mosaic wall installation.  Art walk participants can paint street art on Paintbrush Alley dumpsters and use chalk to illustrate the importance of Downtown San Angelo on chalkboard sheep! 
Art walk participants include galleries, merchants, art venues and museums.  FMI:  Del Velasquez, 325-655-2345

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
At the Business Resource Center, 69 North Chadbourne Street, from 6:00 - 8:30 pm, this course is designed to support entrepreneurs seeking to take their existing businesses to the next level.  The 10 week course helps in analyzing current business situations to help identify the best opportunities for growth.  Includes budgeting, sales strategies, management team roles, operational systems and business plans implementation.  The program is valued at $900 but will be offered for $800 locally.  A $400 scholarship may be available pending approval of a public entity interested in supporting entrepreneurship and small business development on a "first come-first serve" basis to qualified applicants.  Those interested should contact Dave ERickson, ASU SBCD at 325-942-2098 or Mike Mikeworth at : mike@wtin.org  To register go to:  http://bit.ly/1k2sukr 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
Abraham Lincoln's Constitution
Fall 2014 Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration Lecture Series begins with the Thursday, September 18 presentation "Abraham Lincoln's Constitution" by Dr. Brian Dirck, Anderson University.  The event takes place at C.J. Davidson Center, University Center, ASU from 7-8:30pm. 
Sep 19, 2014
 
The 2014 River Fest takes place on September 19 - 20 beginning with a Friday Night Concert at the Bill Aylor Memorial RiverStage featuring Los Tejanos, Ricky Valenz, Grupo Massore, and Los Palominos with gates opening at 6pm.  Saturday events begin at 9:00 am with a Color-Up 5K Run starting at Fort Concho Parade Grounds and ending at El Paseo Pavillion.  The Lily Fest starts at 9:30 am - 6pm at Civic League Park (presentations at 10:15am).  The Golf Tournament at Santa Fe Golf Course starts 10 am - 12 pm (3 player scramble).  Art In Uncommon Places will feature "Fairy Doors Tour" from 10:30 am - 12 pm.  Kids Court features activities for kids: petting zoo, pony rides, games, inflatables, etc at the Neff's Area from 10:30 am - 7 pm.  Included at Neff's Area is a Car Show, Vendors, Bocce Ball and Chess 10:30 am - 7 pm.  Canoe Races on river from Celebration Bridge to Irving from 11 am - 1 pm.  Street Performers will be on hand from 11 am - 7 pm as well as a Vega Washer-Pitching Tournament at "The Bosque".  A Chili Cook-off in the Neff's Area starts at 11 am - 4 pm.  Paddle Boats, Canoes and Kayaks at Celebration Bridge from 1 pm - 7 pm.    Soundstage Artists & Songwriters Assoc. at Chadbourne Stage 1 pm - 7pm.  Saturday night concert at the RiverStage features Whiskey Skyline, Chris Brazeal Band, Cory Michaels and Judson Cole Band, from 7 pm - 12 am.  "Fairy Doors Glow in the Dark Tour" 7:45pm-8:30pm.   Downtown San Angelo Glow Pub Walk from 7:45pm - 9:00 pm. 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
5:00 PM 
ASU Soccer Rambelles vs. Oklahoma Christian University at ASU Soccer Field 5:00 p.m.  FMI: tickets@angelo.edu
9:00 PM 

Downtown free outdoor movies presents:  September 5th - Man of Steel; September 12th - Cyberbully; September 19th - Maleficent; September 26th - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.   Movies start dusk at 17 East Twohig (parking lot across from the Cactus Hotel).  FMI:  click on website posted above. Bring your own comfortable chair or blanket, and watch movies under the West Texas stars. Brand new popcorn, snow cone  & hot dog machines are ready to produce delicious Snacks for sale at the concession table.  Visit website posted above for season schedule.   Movies shown on the last Friday of every month (FAMILY FRIDAY) will also have a bicycle give away to one lucky winner.    September 26th bike give away.

Sep 20, 2014
 
Greater San Angelo Crafts Guild
Celebrating 40 years - Texas handcrafted items of all kinds - At the Wells Fargo Pavilion at the San Angelo Fairgrounds, 50 E. 34th Street - FREE ADMISSION   Saturday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm   Sunday, noon - 4:00 pm   FMI:  325-374-0969   Hourly Door Prize Drawings.  Extra door prize ticket for non-perishable food item to donate to Meals for the Elderly. 
The 2014 River Fest takes place on September 19 - 20 beginning with a Friday Night Concert at the Bill Aylor Memorial RiverStage featuring Los Tejanos, Ricky Valenz, Grupo Massore, and Los Palominos with gates opening at 6pm.  Saturday events begin at 9:00 am with a Color-Up 5K Run starting at Fort Concho Parade Grounds and ending at El Paseo Pavillion.  The Lily Fest starts at 9:30 am - 6pm at Civic League Park (presentations at 10:15am).  The Golf Tournament at Santa Fe Golf Course starts 10 am - 12 pm (3 player scramble).  Art In Uncommon Places will feature "Fairy Doors Tour" from 10:30 am - 12 pm.  Kids Court features activities for kids: petting zoo, pony rides, games, inflatables, etc at the Neff's Area from 10:30 am - 7 pm.  Included at Neff's Area is a Car Show, Vendors, Bocce Ball and Chess 10:30 am - 7 pm.  Canoe Races on river from Celebration Bridge to Irving from 11 am - 1 pm.  Street Performers will be on hand from 11 am - 7 pm as well as a Vega Washer-Pitching Tournament at "The Bosque".  A Chili Cook-off in the Neff's Area starts at 11 am - 4 pm.  Paddle Boats, Canoes and Kayaks at Celebration Bridge from 1 pm - 7 pm.    Soundstage Artists & Songwriters Assoc. at Chadbourne Stage 1 pm - 7pm.  Saturday night concert at the RiverStage features Whiskey Skyline, Chris Brazeal Band, Cory Michaels and Judson Cole Band, from 7 pm - 12 am.  "Fairy Doors Glow in the Dark Tour" 7:45pm-8:30pm.   Downtown San Angelo Glow Pub Walk from 7:45pm - 9:00 pm. 
Cactus Market Days - 3rd Saturdays

Local craft and food vendors present their wares including handmade candles & soaps, clocks, bird feeders and bird houses, jewelry, hand sewn items, wood crosses and wood work, paintings, knives and more in the parking lot between Federal Buidling and Tarpley Music Store;  (13 W. Twohig).  From 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.  FMI:  Judy Fowler, 325-949-6200 or e-mail candles_handmade@verizon.net
Sponsored by:  KCSA Community Radio 95.7 & The Cactus Hotel

9:30 AM - 6:00 PM 
Lily Fest

Annual Lily Fest at Civic League Park - Free admission on music and tours.  A $10 fee for a class in freezing dried flowers at 10:00 am,  12 noon,  2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.  FMI:  325-657-4450

2:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball 'Belles vs. Texas A&M Kingsville at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena 2:00 p.m. FMI: tickets@angelo.edu
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM 
Ram Jam

Come and support the Angelo State University Rams!  Ram Jam is a free event that creates school spirit and pride through tailgating, music and entertainment.  ASU students and alumni, community members and families are all welcome.  Each event has activities for children.  Free food and beverages provided.  Ram Jam is held at the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center, 1620 University Avenue.  FMI:  325-942-2122.
Sponsors include:  Gandi Ink, AB Distributing, Sam's Club, 94.7 KIXY FM, and Weinerschnitzel

7:00 PM 
ASU Football - Rams vs. McMurray University at LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field 7:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
7:45 PM 
In conjunction with the Stripes River Fest 2014, Downtown San Angelo, Inc. will host the Glow Pub Walk which will begin at the windmill (next to Municipal Swimming Pool, 18 E. Avenue A) and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts courtyard beginning at 7:45 pm.  A contest will be held for "Best Historic Western Period" costume and the "Person with the Most Glow".  Winners will be announced following the Glow Pub Walk at the tiered plaza next to the Bill Aylor RiverStage.  Winners will receive 2 Season Tickets each to the San Angelo Bandits 2015 Season.  The "Glow Pub Walk" will make it to 14 bars and restaurants in the downtown district.  Each location will have "Glow items" for sale or giveaway.  FMI:  Del Velasquez, 325-655-2345
Sep 21, 2014
 
Greater San Angelo Crafts Guild
Celebrating 40 years - Texas handcrafted items of all kinds - At the Wells Fargo Pavilion at the San Angelo Fairgrounds, 50 E. 34th Street - FREE ADMISSION   Saturday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm   Sunday, noon - 4:00 pm   FMI:  325-374-0969   Hourly Door Prize Drawings.  Extra door prize ticket for non-perishable food item to donate to Meals for the Elderly. 
1:00 PM 
ASU Soccer Rambelles vs. St. Mary's, Texas at ASU Soccer Field 1:00 p.m.  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
Sep 24, 2014
 
Lunch hour (12-1) talks on local/regional history & heritage.  Contact on Monday of scheduled talk to order a lunch, or you may bring you lunch.  Soft drinks will be provided.  Located in the Commissary Buidling, Flipper  at Burgess Streets.  Contact:  Carol Cummings 325-657-4441
Sep 25, 2014
 
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
Join us at the largest business-to-business trade show in the Concho Valley.  At the McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive, September 25th.  Includes over 90 exhibitor booths, business to business networking, free seminars, silent auction and happy hour of the year.  FMI:  brigett@sanange.o.org or call 325-655-4136
Sep 26, 2014
 
In the Baptist backwoods of the Bible Belt, the beleaguered Turpin family proves that living and dying in  the South is seldom tidy and always hilarious.  For scheduling and ticket information:  325-949-4400 or visit website posted above.
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program of the Concho Valley is recruiting 20-30 volunteers.  Foster Grandparent Volunteers work at Head Start Programs, Elementary Schools, and after school programs mentoring and tutoring disadvantaged youth, children with special needs or special circumstances, children of Veterans and children of deployed Active duty military.  Volunteers must work 20-40 hours a week and some benefits are provided.  This program is a Federal Funded program.  *Submission of an application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  Applications are reviewed and those applicants that are qualified to serve as a volunteer will be called for an interview.  An interview does not guarantee you a volunteer position.  If you are chosen to attend Pre-Service Orientation training you are not considered a Foster Grandparent volunteer until after you have completed all training and have been given an assignment.  Further information may be obtained at 325-944-9666 or online at www.cvcog.org/cvcog/fgp.html to download an application.
9:00 PM 

Downtown free outdoor movies presents:  September 5th - Man of Steel; September 12th - Cyberbully; September 19th - Maleficent; September 26th - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.   Movies start dusk at 17 East Twohig (parking lot across from the Cactus Hotel).  FMI:  click on website posted above. Bring your own comfortable chair or blanket, and watch movies under the West Texas stars. Brand new popcorn, snow cone  & hot dog machines are ready to produce delicious Snacks for sale at the concession table.  Visit website posted above for season schedule.   Movies shown on the last Friday of every month (FAMILY FRIDAY) will also have a bicycle give away to one lucky winner.    September 26th bike give away.

Sep 27, 2014
 
Flight of the Monarchs Trail Ride

Saturday:  Trail Ride 9:00 am registration, ride at 10:00 am.  Bring your own horse $50 2 days or $40 1 day.  Children 12 and under get a $10 discount.  (Includes all meals).  Neg. Coggins required at registration.  No stud horses or riding double.  Lunch on trail will be provided.  
Join in a short walk along the river to Photo shoot the Monarch Butterflies at 3:00 pm.  General public invited for this free event.
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Auction of items donated by area merchants.  Chuckwagon dinner at 6:00 pm ($20 a plate for non-riders)  Military discount offered and for Trail Rider participants meal is free.  Evening includes cowboy concert.
Sunday activities include Chuckwagon Breakfast 8:00 am ($10) Cowboy Church 9:00 - 9:45am Concho Cowboy Re-enactors and the Diamond H. Longhorns.  Further information on events:  325-656-4322 or email:  hight@wcc.net or linda.ashton@gmail.com 

 

 

 

Monarch Trail Ride and Cowboy Celebration
Trail ride, Photo shoot of the Monarch Butterfly, Auction of items donated area merchants, chuck wagon supper, amd Twilight Cowboy Concert brought to you by the Friends of San Angelo State Park.  For information or registration:  ruthjordan@suddenlink.net or 325-656-4322

Free day at museums in San Angelo:
Fort Concho, 630 S. Oakes, Barracks 6, Courtyard and Commissary, intersection of Ave. C & Burgess and Flipper Streets 10am - 3pm  
Railway Museum, 703 S. Chadbourne, 10am - 4pm
Nature Center, 7409 Knickerbocker Road, 325-942-0121
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street, 325-653-3333

Celebrating the cultural contributions of the nation's museums.  This national celebration is coordinated by Smithsonian Magazine.

In the Baptist backwoods of the Bible Belt, the beleaguered Turpin family proves that living and dying in  the South is seldom tidy and always hilarious.  For scheduling and ticket information:  325-949-4400 or visit website posted above.
8:00 AM 
2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's Walk
Come out and support the End to Alzheimer's by participating in our annual Alzheimer's Association Walk on Saturday, September 27th, 2013 at Kirby Park.  Registration is to begin at 8:00 am with the opening ceremony to take place at 9:00 am.  This walk is deesigned to show support in helping a cure for Alzheimer's.  To register:  http://www.alz.org  For additional information contact Erin Kelly, Marketing Director for Baptist Retirement Community: 325-481-7510
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 
8th Annual Cheyenne's Rally
Friends of Cheyenne are hosting the 8th Annual Cheyenne's Rally on September 27th.  Registration takes place at Family Power Sports, 4160 Houston Harte Expressway with the first bike out at 9:00 am and last bike out at 10:00am.  The ride is 100 miles and registration fee is $25.  A T-shirt for the first 150 registered will be available.   After the run, participants will meet at Concho's Downtown, 125 W. Concho Avenue with last bike in at 1:00 pm.  A silent auction, live music, prizes, vendors and food/drinks will be available.  Online rgistration at:  www.cmnsanangelo.org or call 325-481-6160 for further information.    This event benefits the Chirdren's Miracle Network.
8:15 AM 
Inaugural 2014 Sporting Clay Shot
The San Angelo Clay Bird Association is sponsoring the Inaugural 2014 Sporting Clay Shoot on Saturday, September 27.  The check in will begin at 8:15 am, Rotation 1 at 9:00 am and lunch at 11:30am.  At 1:00 pm an auction, presentation of awards and a drawing will take place.   Entry fee is $150 for individual shooter.  The top three shooters on each course will receive a trophy.  Approximately 1 out of every 10 paid shooters wins a gun or a Outdoorsman Gift Certificate to be given away aby random drawing.  This is a non REgistered shoot.  5 shooters per squad.  Eye and ear protection ar required.  Benefiting Sonrisas Therapeutic Riding.  FMI:  325-949-1930  
8:30 AM 
House of Faith's 18th Annual Golf Tournament for the Master
18th annual Golf Tournament - Saturday, September 27th at Quicksand Golf Course 8:30 am tee time - $85 per person entry fee includes: green fee, cart, lunch, 12 raffle tickets and one team entry in the drawing for the 50 ft. putt/75 chip-in contests.  Men's and women's flights.  To register:  www.hofgolf.com or call 325-486-8637 or 325-234-1799. 
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM 
In conjunction with national and local celebrations, the Railway Museum of San Angelo will offer free admission to the public.  Fort Concho and The Art Museum are also participating in this event.  FMI:  325-486-2140 (Saturdays)
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM 
Ram Jam

Come and support the Angelo State University Rams!  Ram Jam is a free event that creates school spirit and pride through tailgating, music and entertainment.  ASU students and alumni, community members and families are all welcome.  Each event has activities for children.  Free food and beverages provided.  Ram Jam is held at the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center, 1620 University Avenue.  FMI:  325-942-2122.
Sponsors include:  Gandi Ink, AB Distributing, Sam's Club, 94.7 KIXY FM, and Weinerschnitzel

7:00 PM 
Rams vs West Texas A&M University at  LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field,1919 Knickerbocker Rd. - 7:00 pm.  FMI call the ticket office at 325-942-BLUE.
Sep 28, 2014
 
Flight of the Monarchs Trail Ride

Saturday:  Trail Ride 9:00 am registration, ride at 10:00 am.  Bring your own horse $50 2 days or $40 1 day.  Children 12 and under get a $10 discount.  (Includes all meals).  Neg. Coggins required at registration.  No stud horses or riding double.  Lunch on trail will be provided.  
Join in a short walk along the river to Photo shoot the Monarch Butterflies at 3:00 pm.  General public invited for this free event.
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Auction of items donated by area merchants.  Chuckwagon dinner at 6:00 pm ($20 a plate for non-riders)  Military discount offered and for Trail Rider participants meal is free.  Evening includes cowboy concert.
Sunday activities include Chuckwagon Breakfast 8:00 am ($10) Cowboy Church 9:00 - 9:45am Concho Cowboy Re-enactors and the Diamond H. Longhorns.  Further information on events:  325-656-4322 or email:  hight@wcc.net or linda.ashton@gmail.com 

 

 

 

Monarch Trail Ride and Cowboy Celebration
Trail ride, Photo shoot of the Monarch Butterfly, Auction of items donated area merchants, chuck wagon supper, amd Twilight Cowboy Concert brought to you by the Friends of San Angelo State Park.  For information or registration:  ruthjordan@suddenlink.net or 325-656-4322
In the Baptist backwoods of the Bible Belt, the beleaguered Turpin family proves that living and dying in  the South is seldom tidy and always hilarious.  For scheduling and ticket information:  325-949-4400 or visit website posted above.
1:00 PM 
ASU Soccer - Rams VS Texas Permian Basin
ASU Rams vs Texas-Permian  Basin at ASU Soccer  Field 1:00 pm. 
Sep 30, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
Analyzing & Managing Your Cash Flow
This training at the Business Resource Center, 69 North Chadbourne St., will help you better understand how to maximize your cash flow and keep a steady flow moving in and out of your business.  Various topics will be covered including key terms such as: fixed and variable costs, contribution margin, and your break-even point.  There is no cost for this event.  FMI:  325-942-2098 email: sbdctraining@angelo.edu
7:00 PM 
ASU Volleyball  'Belles vs. Texas A&M Commerce at the Junell Center/Stephens Arena at 7:00 pm  FMI:  tickets@angelo.edu
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