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There are lots of exciting events happening in historic downtown San Angelo all throughout the week. Be sure to check back weekly and around the holidays for event updates.

Downtown Strong

Next Downtown Strong Event: Thursday May 9, 2024

The Downtown Stroll events showcase some of the best art, food, and fun that Downtown San Angelo has to offer. Stroll guests receive a free ride on the Concho Valley Transit District trolley! Route begins at 5:15 pm at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.

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Downtown Events Calendar

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January

January 08, 2024 - December 16, 2024
08-16

Paints 'N' Pints at Zero One Taproom

Zero One Taproom: 59 N Koenigheim St

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Enjoy Paints ‘N’ Pints with family and friends at Zero One Taproom every 2nd and 4th Monday each month! Make your plans to paint with me as I walk you step-by-step through the process of painting with acrylics. I provide all painting supplies. No experience needed! Choose from an 8x10 stretched canvas or an 11x14 stretched canvas. This event is open to ages 8 to 103. Please plan to come early to order your food and drinks prior to beginning the painting fun. No experience needed. Design will be sketched on the canvas and ready to paint. Food and beverages are available for purchase, but not included in the ticket price. Come hungry and help support an awesome local small business who makes this class possible.

Please note that ticket sales are nonrefundable, but we are happy to reschedule you for another event with a minimum of 24 hour notice. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell or have a fever. Contact me at 325-656-6483 and we can work out a way for you to create your art once you’re feeling better.

This is for in-person events at Zero One Taproom located at 59 N Koenigheim, San Angelo, Texas.

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March

March 20, 2024 - August 04, 2024
20-04

Taproom Trivia

Zero One Taproom: 59 N Koenigheim

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us every Wednesday at 6:00 for a night of craft beer, wine & brain teasing fun at our Taproom Trivia! Test your knowledge, enjoy great company, and sip on some of San Angelo’s best craft brewed beers.

Gather your friends and lets see how smart you are!

Cya at Zero One Taproom for Trivia!

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April

April 19, 2024 - June 23, 2024
19-23

25th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition hosted by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Hours of Operation: Tuesday- Saturday 10AM-4PM & Sundays 1PM-4PM (CLOSED MONDAYS)

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of The 25th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, in loving memory of Darlene Williams. The opening and awards reception will take place 5 – 8 PM, April 19 – June 23, 2024. The reception is free and open to the public. Music and refreshments will be provided. The museum hosts a juried ceramic competition every two years, open to all artists who are residents of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. This year, the Juror, Louise Rosenfield (Dallas, TX), selected 102 works by artists from 29 US states and Mexico. This year’s invited artist is Chase Kahwinhut Earles (Ada, OK), who will have a small focus exhibit of his work. The San Angelo National Ceramic Competition is a weekend-long celebration of collaborative events.

Beginning Thursday, April 18 a ceramic workshop taught by Andrew McIntyre will be held at Angelo State University in the main ceramics studio from 9 – Noon. Children and families can enjoy Clay Play Day from 3 – 6 PM in the Education Studio at SAMFA where staff and ceramic artist Ariel Bowman will be on-hand to help with clay activities where kids can create sculptures of prehistoric animals.

On Friday, April 19 the Concho Clay Studio at SAMFA will host a ceramic workshop taught by ASU Invited artist Eric Ordway from 9 – 11:30 AM in conjunction with Atmospheric Vessels: Selected Works by Eric Ordway and Andrew McIntyre at the Mayer Museum at ASU open from 10 – 5 PM (this exhibit will run through May 10, 2024). The 39th Annual Ceramic Symposium will be held in the Carr building at ASU in Room 101 from 1:30 – 4:30 PM featuring panelists Louise Rosenfield (Ceramic Competition Juror), Chase Kahwinhut Earles (Invited Artist), Eric Ordway (ASU Invited Artist), and Andrew McIntyre (ASU Invited Artist). These events lead up to the Opening and Award Reception of the 25th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition at SAMFA from 5 – 8 PM.

Join us also in Gallery Verde (417 S. Oakes St.) for the Opening Reception of the Native Offerings 2024 Invitational curated by Exponential Art from 5 – 9 PM; and also the Ceramic Student Art Show in the Coop Gallery (427 S. Oakes) from 5 – 8 PM.

The Oakes Street galleries are within easy walking distance of the museum and free trolley transportation will be available from 5 – 8 PM between SAMFA and the Oakes Street galleries, as well as other venues participating in the Downtown San Angelo’s Spring Fling Stroll event. Saturday, April 20, The Chicken Farm Art Center will host an Invited Artist Workshop with Chase Kahwinhut Earles from 9 – 3 PM.

The Chicken Farm will also host Clay and Play, a family activity event, from 4 – 6 PM, a Raku Firing Interactive Workshop led by the Concho Clay Studio at 5PM, and the Texas Barbeque Dinner and Dance at 6PM.

SAMFA and the Oakes Street galleries will be open 10 – 4 PM on April 20 and 1 – 4 PM on April 21 with an Artist Talk taking place at 3PM in Gallery Verde. On Monday, April 22, join ASU Ceramics Professor Hayun Surl for a tour through Ceramic Competition exhibit at SAMFA at Noon. The Ceramic Competition exhibit will be on display at SAMFA from April 19 – June 23, 2024.

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The museum is supported by generous contributions from both individuals and businesses. This project is made possible by John and Darlene Williams, San Angelo Endowment for Ceramic Events, Tile Heritage Foundation, San Angelo Area Foundation, and Texas Commission on the Arts. For more information about SAMFA, go to www.samfa.org. Follow the museum’s socials for up-to-the-minute news and information.

Ceramic Competition Reception
April 27, 2024 - October 26, 2024
27-26

Crafting Hangout with the Guild

Tom Green County Library: 33 W Beauregard Ave

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Come and hang out with fellow crafters. Bring something to work on and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere while we work on projects. We also have a relaxed member meeting where you can ask about the Guild and find out how to become a member, get information, and pay your booth fees for our next market.

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June

June 01, 2024 - July 20, 2024
01-20

DJ Dance Party

The Martial Pint: 19 E Concho Ave

8:00 pm - 12:00 am

Will be Every Saturday 8PM-12AM June 1- July 20

Calling all music lovers and party people! The Martial Pint in San Angelo is throwing a free DJ party and you won’t want to miss it!

Get ready to groove to the electrifying beats of DJ Matty in the Mix! DJ Matty is known for his high-energy sets and ability to blend genres seamlessly, keeping the dance floor packed all night long. Whether you’re a fan of hip hop, Top 40 hits, or electronic dance music, DJ Matty has something for everyone.

The Martial Pint is the perfect spot to unwind and have a blast with friends. This historic bar features a wide selection of craft beers, wines, and cocktails, so you can quench your thirst while you dance the night away. They also have plenty of space to move and groove, so come prepared to cut loose!

Here’s what makes this event so special:

Free Entry: That’s right, you can party the night away without breaking the bank!

Live DJ: Experience the energy and excitement of a live DJ set.

Great Music: Dance to a mix of your favorite genres, all spun by a skilled DJ.

Fun Atmosphere: The Martial Pint is known for its friendly vibe, making it the perfect place to meet new people and have a great time.

Convenient Location: Located in the heart of San Angelo, The Martial Pint is easy to get to and has ample parking.

So, what are you waiting for? Gather your friends and head down to The Martial Pint tonight! It’s going to be an epic night of music, dancing, and fun. Don’t miss out!

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June 02, 2024 - June 30, 2024
02-30

Pub Church

The Martial Pint: 19 E Concho Ave

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Looking for a unique and engaging worship experience? Join us for Pub Church at The Martial Pint every Sunday!

This event is open to everyone, whether you’re on Facebook or not.

What to expect:

  • Live music from local musicians at 5:00 PM
  • Gospel reading, sermon, and Communion at 5:30 PM
  • We’ll end the evening with a passing of peace and more music to enjoy
  • This is a family-friendly event.

This is a great opportunity to connect with the community, enjoy fantastic music, and learn more about faith.

Come join the Pub Church for an inspiring evening!

For more information, visit the First Christian Church of San Angelo website or contact them at (325) 653-4523.

Don’t miss out on this special event!

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June 13, 2024 - July 06, 2024
13-06

Brushstrokes & Beyond Art Show & Sale

Raw 1899: 39 N Chadbourne St.

4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Opening Reception Thursday, June 13th.

San Angelo, Texas: Raw 1899, West Texas’ premier art lounge located in historic downtown San Angelo, will present Brushstrokes and Beyond Art Show and Sale June 13 to July 6, 2024, featuring works by local artist Susan Williams. The Opening Reception will be Thursday, June 13, and the public is invited to attend free of charge and meet Susan. Her use of vibrant colors and rich texture, primarily in acrylics, has made her work popular throughout the Southwest and beyond. Extensive travel in Western Europe and throughout the United States has influenced her creative process. Susan’s subject matter is widely varied, ranging from semi-abstract New Mexico missions to fanciful animal depictions to wildly colored, thickly textured West Texas landscapes to contemporary still life and wildlife pieces. “My art communicates the serenity of nature and the beauty of bringing together misfit pieces of mediums to make a cohesive work of art,” she says. “By using multiple colors in much of my work, I strive to convey the vibrance of life.”

Raw Hours of Operations: Wednesday- Saturday 4pm-10pm

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June 17, 2024 - December 31, 2024
17-31

Stephens Central Children's Department Programs, Basement

Stephens Central Library, Basement - 33 W Beauregard Ave

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Tot’s and Blocks: Monday’s 9am

Tail-waggin’ Tutors Monday’s 4-5pm

Books to Broadway: Tuesday’s 10am-12pm

Art Cart: Tuesday’s 4pm

Hora de Cuentos–Spanish Story time: 5pm

Stories, Songs, and Surprises: Weds/Thurs 10:30am

June 17, 2024 - December 31, 2024
17-31

Stephens Central YA (young adult) | Teen Republic

Teen Republic, Stephens Central Library, 2nd floor - 33 W Beauregard Ave

4:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Minecraft Creative: Remote program, registration required, Monday’s 4pm

Teen Scene Social: Tuesdays, 4pm

Volunteens! : Thursdays 5pm

Draw Together: Saturdays, 2pm

June 19, 2024 - July 18, 2024
19-18

Angelo West Branch Library, 3013 Vista Del Arroyo

Angelo West Branch Library - 3013 Vista Del Arroyo

3:45 pm - 4:00 pm

Therapaws: Wednesdays at 3:45pm

Stories & More: Fridays at 10:30am and 11am

Book Bites Discussion Group: Thursday, July 18 | 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

June 21, 2024 - December 28, 2024
21-28

North Angelo Branch Library, 3001 N Chadbourne

North Angelo Branch Library, 3001 N Chadbourne

2:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Nintendo Fun Fridays, 2:30pm

Therapaws Fridays, 3:30pm

Pre-K Matinee Wednesdays, 11am

Story-time & Crafts: Saturdays, 2pm

June 21, 2024
21

Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour

Murphey Performance Hall: 72 W College Ave

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Calling all curious explorers! Blippi is bringing his hit show, Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour, to San Angelo! Get ready for an ultimate curiosity adventure filled with singing, dancing, and learning fun for the whole family.

Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour:

Perfect for Toddlers and Preschoolers: The show is designed to entertain and educate young children, with age-appropriate content that keeps them captivated.

Educational Entertainment: Through song and dance, Blippi teaches kids about different topics like vehicles, animals, colors, and more.

Memorable Experience: Create lasting memories with your child as they experience the magic of Blippi live on stage.

Whether you’re a longtime Blippi fan or just looking for a fun and educational outing for your little ones, Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour is a must-see event! Get your tickets now and prepare for an unforgettable adventure with Blippi and his friends!

Tickets: https://www.sanangelopac.org/events/tickets/61201ARKNPQJBTCNRNPMQMMBCRPGCCDLM

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June 22, 2024
22

Wesley Hanna Trio

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St

8:30 pm - 12:00 am

Wesley Hanna is a Texas country singer-songwriter living in Fort Worth, TX. When he’s not hard at work in his role as a petroleum engineer, he moonlights as a showman and barroom poet. His honky tonk repertoire has made him and his bandmates, Stacie Hanna (bass) and Michael Durkan (fiddle), a hit in the dancehalls and dives in the great state of Texas. The group brings a neo-traditional Texas swagger to their sets like none other, that pays homage to the roots of the Lone Star State and its unique culture. The album Brand New Love Potion was recorded in 2022 at the Zone Recording Studio in Dripping Springs, TX. Produced by veteran engineer Pat Manske, the 10-song LP is filled with original honky tonk hits that provide the listener with a pure lone-star experience. The album consists of mostly traditional country tracks that take the listener back to a time when country music was played on country radio. Kyle “Trigger” Coroneos of Saving Country Music writes, “This is one of those albums where some of the songs are so good, you would swear they must be covers. The opening title track sells you on Wesley Hanna within the first 15 seconds. “Back to the Honky Tonks” is an idea that’s been done in a dozen country songs before, but perhaps nobody has done it better than Hanna does here. “Texas Road Trip” and “Concho Pearl” are perfect examples of how to use geography in songwriting to favorable results. And “The Waltz” is just a stellar country song, plain and simple.” Featured on the record are some of the best musicians Texas has to offer, with none other than “the pride of Lubbock, Texas,” Mr. Lloyd Maines, on the pedal steel. On lead guitar and bass is Scrappy Jud Newcomb, a producer and well-known stage musician himself, who lends his talents to Slaid Cleaves, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Adam Carroll, and several other Americana legends. Brian Beken, who currently plays in Robert Earl Keen’s band, can be heard on the fiddle, which is a prominent fixture on several of the very traditional country tracks. Bukka Allen is featured on the keys and Pauline Reese on harmony vocals for a handful of songs, providing the finishing touch.

The stars that shine on this album prove they really are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas. The record also features Pat on the drums. Pat says of the project, “Wes Hanna has a heart of gold and sings the truth. His lyrics make you feel his characters’ pain, and hope. His voice is pure, powerful, and vulnerable. He’s put in his time at the writer’s desk, these songs prove it.”

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June 27, 2024
27

American Plains Art Show

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark: 630 S Oakes St

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More information coming soon! If you have any questions, give us a call at 325-657-4444 or email us at sutler@fortconcho.com

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June 29, 2024
29

Jessee Lee Band

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St

8:30 pm - 12:00 am

Nashville recording Artist and Texas touring act, Jessee Lee, is a troubadour at its finest. At the ripe age of 25, she plays over 160 shows per year touring acoustically and with her 5 piece band. She has opened for several artists including Pure Prairie League, Darryl Worley, Radney Foster, William Beckmann, Kix Brooks, and others along with gracing the historic stages of Gruene Hall, Luckenbach Dancehall, John T. Floore’s Country Store, The AT&T Stadium, Dosey Doe—The Big Barn, and many more. Along with playing iconic venues around Texas, she has performed at festivals all around the United States including the Key West Songwriter Festival, the Mississippi Songwriter Festival, Forever West Fest, the Panama City Songwriter Festival, Florabama, and many more, sharing her Vintage-Americana-Soul sound. “Vintage-Americana-Soul” is the easiest way to box in this unique Artist, but Jessee’s music is a melting pot of genres ranging from Country to Motown topped with dimples and a lot of turquoise. Jessee Lee is known for her picturesque songwriting ability, unique vocals, and quirky bass line-like guitar playing. Jessee’s biggest musical influences include Amy Winehouse, Waylon Jennings, Guy Clark, Leon Redbone, Dolly Parton, Etta James, Elvis, and the Alabama Shakes.

Along with legendary singers, Jessee was heavily shaped by the Nashville Songwriting scene. Her Father, Grammy nominated Singer-Songwriter, David Lee, was her biggest musical influence. From the early age of 6, her father taught her how to play guitar and he emphasized the importance of good story telling in a song. There is no doubt she absorbed all of the creativity she grew up around. With over 200 original songs, you will find Jessee’s songwriting ability surpasses the usual mind of a 25 year old. Her repertoire of songs cover the reality of aging, the inner workings of family, the quest of life’s purpose, the hardships and happiness of relationships, and the obscure thoughts we have all had, but never knew we needed a song for. Jessee’s passion for writing songs extends outside of just writing songs for her records and for other artists, but it also extends to working with Veterans. Jessee began working with an organization called “Operation Song” in the beginning of 2022 which allows her to write the stories of active and retired military Veterans with PTSD as a form of music therapy at a rehab center called Warrior’s Heart.

Jessee put out her first single in November of 2022 titled “Dive Bar Superstar” which earned her “Texas Song of the Week” on the TIR charts and another in January of 2023 called “You’re Gonna Be Your Mama”. Both are original songs that showcase her humor as well as her ability to seamlessly blend Country and Soul music. In 2023, Jessee dropped her first song to Texas Regional Radio called “Where He Ain’t” which charted in the top 20’s–not bad for a debut. Jessee released her first 7-song EP titled “Dive Bar Superstar”, which she co-produced, in August of 2023 and is already planning on getting back in the studio to start the next project by December of 2023. With no plan of slowing down, Jessee Lee is sure to be a name you will be hearing for years to come. Come see a show near you to see why she is known as one of the best female singer-songwriters in the scene.

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July

July 01, 2024 - July 31, 2024
01-31

Adult programs, 2nd floor

Stephens Central Library, 2nd floor - 33 W Beauregard Ave

4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Computer Classes

Free computer classes available all month long. Visit www.tgclibrary.com, Adult Services, then Computer Classes to register!

July 02, 2024 - July 12, 2024
02-12

STEAM Central Makerspace, Basement

Stephens Central Library, Basement - 33 W Beauregard Ave

4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Geek Night

[18+] DIY Notebooks | Tuesday, July 2 | 4:00 PM

Geek Night: Adventure Time | Friday, July 12 |6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

July 03, 2024
03

Star Spangled Banner Concert & Fireworks Vendor Fair

Bart Dewitt Park: 325 S Oakes St

5:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Food, cold beverages, and fireworks! The Star Spangled Banner Concert & Fireworks has it all.

Calling all craft vendors! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to showcase your unique creations at one of the largest events in downtown. 🌟 Connect with a diverse audience, boost your sales, and be part of a vibrant community of artisans. ✨ Sign up now and let your creativity shine at this exciting event! Star-Spangled Banner Concert & Fireworks

To participate, please submit payment and form separately.

Online Payment link: Craft Vendor https://checkout.square.site/…/DXRTXY2OBMVLK5IZV2W2LZB4

Registration Form Link: Craft Vendor https://forms.gle/Tizq4ePZ3dcATcBB7

Questions? Please email: liznati1008@gmail.com or info@dtsa.org

July 3 (Flyer)
July 03, 2024
03

Pops, Pints & Music!

The Martial Pint: 19 E Concho Ave

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Get ready for an unforgettable night of music, fireworks, and fun at The Martial Pint this Fourth of July!

Here’s why you shouldn’t miss it:

  • Unforgettable Fireworks Display: Witness a breathtaking fireworks show in a comfortable and festive environment.
  • Live Entertainment: Enjoy live music that will keep you entertained throughout the evening.
  • Festive Atmosphere: Celebrate Independence Day with fellow San Angelo residents at The Martial Pint’s popular event.
  • Support Local Business: Your RSVP fee goes towards your tab, allowing you to enjoy delicious food and drinks at The Martial Pint.

Don’t miss out! Reserve your spot today and get ready for a night of fireworks, music, and fun! Space is limited, so call or message The Martial Pint to secure your spot for this epic Independence Day celebration.

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July 03, 2024
03

Star Spangled Banner Concert & Fireworks

Bill Aylor Memorial Riverstage: 16 E Ave A

6:30 pm - 11:30 pm

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Brought to you by Downtown San Angelo, Inc. and San Angelo Live!

Get ready for a dazzling fireworks display like never before! 🌠

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store: 🎆 Breathtaking fireworks: Watch in awe as the sky bursts into a kaleidoscope of colors and lights, creating a magical symphony above you. 🎶 Live local entertainment featuring: Rita Capuchina & Kevin Collins, and AFTER PARTY with Take Two. The after party kicks off after the fireworks with Take Two, an interactive band that features both current hits and dance classics. 🎊 Patriotic and joyous celebrations: Immerse yourself in the festive spirit as we come together to celebrate community, independence and the beauty of summer nights. Patriotic Costume Contest: $100 cash prize for 1st place winner!

Gates open at noon. *VIP tables: $500 | Seats 8 with 2 drinks tickets per guest. The Sonny Cleere Memorial Ice Cream Party happens in the VIP area — free ice cream, burgers and hot dogs courtesy of stage sponsor and ice cream sponsor.

*Get an EXCLUSIVE view of the fireworks display by renting a River Bank Cabana: $1,200 | 1 VIP cabana with 12 wristbands including 2 drink tickets per guest. Each cabana guest gets a tumbler sponsored by Discover San Angelo~ $100-200 value. (Only 20 available)

Sponsorships available! Call or email 325-655-2345 or info@dtsa.org .

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July 04, 2024 - September 29, 2024
04-29

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts Presents New Acquisitions

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts - 423 S Oakes St

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

New Acquisitions is the first public exhibition of nearly 40 new additions to the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ collection, including an important gift of works on paper by Otis Dozier and Velma Davis Dozier from Denni Davis Washburn. Ranging from early Texas prints and drawings to contemporary painting and sculpture, the gifts featured in this exhibition have enriched and broadened the museum’s collections of Texas art and ceramic art, two of SAMFA’s focus areas of collecting.

The exhibition also includes works by Xavier Gonzalez (museum purchase with funds from Anne Shahan), Roger Allen and Akio Takamori (gifts of Pam Bladine in memory of Roger Allen), Jack Earl (a gift of John Williams), and Lee Albert Hill, Jesús Toro Martinez, Connie Connally, Tom Coleman and Frank Boyden (gifts of the artists).

New Acquisitions opens to the public on July 4 during regular museum hours and will remain on exhibition through September 29, 2024.

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The museum is supported by generous contributions from both individuals and businesses. For more information about SAMFA, go to www.samfa.org. Follow the museum’s socials for up-to-the-minute news and information.

New Acquisitions Image

Image Credit: Otis Dozier (American, 1904-1987), Big-eyed Owl, n/d, watercolor on paper. Gift of Denni Davis Washburn 2021.18.4

July 04, 2024
04

Independence Day at Fort Concho

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark: 630 S Oakes St

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More information coming soon! If you have any questions, give us a call at 325-657-4444 or email us at sutler@fortconcho.com

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July 06, 2024 - July 27, 2024
06-27

Adventure Crafts at Angelo West Branch!

Angelo West Branch Library - 3013 Vista Del Arroyo Dr

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Adventure Crafts at Angelo West Branch

Join us for fun Adventure Crafts every Saturday in June and July!

This week: Make your own memory board and photo holder

All ages welcome, all supplies provided, free as always.

July 08, 2024 - July 23, 2024
08-23

Map Adventures Escape Room

Stephens Central Library - 33 W Beauregard Ave

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Map Adventures

July 8 &9: Escape Room 2pm-3pm (grades 3-5)

July 22 & 23 Escape Room 2pm-3pm (grades 6-12)

Registration is required and is located on our website.

Park Ranger Charlie keeps losing their compass. To help them not lose it, they locked it in a secure box! Then a squirrel made off with the combinations! Can you help Park Ranger Charlie figure out their combinations and get their compass back?

July 09, 2024
09

Ice Cream Social and Book Swap

North Angelo Branch Library - 3001 N Chadbourne St

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Ice Cream Social

This one is a win-win for adults and seniors looking to offload a book and meet new people! We’ve established a casual little social hour for you to hang out, swap a book with a new friend, and eat a little ice cream. Swing by North Branch on Tuesday 7/9 at 4:30-5:30 PM. No registration required. Bring a book to swap!

July 12, 2024 - August 02, 2024
12-02

Movie + Craft | Teen Republic

Teen Republic, Stephens Central Library, 2nd Floor - 33 W Beauregard Ave

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Movie + Craft

Join as we watch a movie and do a craft! Craft supplies are limited to first come first serve.

This event is in-person and for patrons (grades 6-12), free of charge.

07/12 Kong: Skull Island (2017, PG-13)

07/19 The Mummy (1999, PG-13)

07/26 Treasure Planet (2002, PG)

08/02 Jungle Cruise (2021, PG-13)

July 12, 2024
12

Teen Clay Movie Night - Elemental

Concho Clay Studio - 1 Love St

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Ages 13-18

$20 per ticket - Prepay Required Through Eventbrite

July 12, 2024
12

The Throwback Pajama Jam featuring Gorilla Zoe

Whiskey River Saloon: 125 E Concho Ave

8:00 pm - 12:00 am

Gorilla Zoe will be performing live for The Throwback Pajama Jam at Whiskey River in Downtown San Angelo!

This is a 21&Up Event!

Get your tickets and reserve your tables now!!! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/throwback-pajama-jam-with-gorilla-zoe-san-angelo-texas-tickets-900220412487?aff=oddtdtcreator&fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR39NuJqHRxvSGolRcxCtxQAlMbD8Wwaf-ANI-Jb3mpo7vqDavzYLHkw3ts_aem_AYIQDHn6ByUUfVydDI5EoY2mt_2SMWmWsyYzbSjsENv0lB76n0WOxomLFIdKbLv7-avXTemyI2MDxiIJA4-cF6GR

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July 13, 2024
13

SpongeBob Bar Crawl!

Downtown San Angelo Participating Locations

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

ARRRRRE YA READY KIDS?!

Get ready to BRING IT AROUUUUUND TOWN!

Dress like your favorite SpongeBob character and join us as we hop around downtown San Angelo!

MORE DETAILS TO COME.

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July 14, 2024
14

Brides & Bachelorettes - The Wedding Experience

McNease Convention Center: 501 Rio Concho Dr

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join us for the next Vendor Showcase & Wedding Planning Experience on July 14th.

We will have a showroom for wedding decor inspiration, tons of vendors, entertainment and more! Follow and like this page for updates in the coming weeks!

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July 14, 2024
14

Cards & Cacao - a How-to Workshop

The Mandala Den - 502 S Chadbourne St

4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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Your admission will include 3hr workshop, cacao ceremony, snacks and a chance to win a door prize.

Be sure to arrive a few minutes early to get settled in.

Grab your spot now at this special early bird rate of $33.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3yJ2SLB

July 15, 2024 - July 18, 2024
15-18

Bitsy: Game Design Camp | Teen Republic

Teen Republic, Stephens Central Library, 2nd floor - 33 W Beauregard Ave

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Bitsy Game Design Camp

Interested in the logic behind game design but don’t want to get bogged down with coding? Then join us for a code-free game design camp using Bitsy! We’ll provide the computers if you provide the creativity.

Seating is limited; Signing up once will register you for all four days of camp. Attendance each day is required as each day builds upon the previous day. Please note that signups open 4 weeks prior to the event, and close 48 hours prior to the event. This event is in-person and for Teen Republic patrons (grades 6-12), free of charge.

July 18, 2024 - August 10, 2024
18-10

Deep in the Art of Texas Art Show & Sale

Raw 1899: 39 N Chadbourne St

4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Open Reception will be held Thursday, July 18th

San Angelo, Texas: Raw 1899, West Texas’ premier art lounge located in historic downtown San Angelo, will present Deep in the Art of Texas Art Show and Sale July 18 to August 10, 2024, featuring works by artist Gail Stillwell. The Opening Reception will be Thursday, July 18, and the public is invited to attend free of charge and meet Gail. Owners Nathana Cox and Lisa Curry invite all to see this show and other art at Raw 1899. “Retreat from the summer heat and come see us, refresh and revive!” Nathana urges. While nature motivates most of Gail’s work, she is also inspired by color. “I’m influenced by great artists, and I love to try to learn from their techniques and experiences,” says Gail. “I’ve discovered different ways and styles from others, as well. However, experience has taught me that there is no right or wrong way to create art as it is an expression of one’s true self, creativity, desires, and motivation.”

Raw 1899 Hours of Operation: Wednesday- Saturday 4pm-10pm

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July 20, 2024 - July 22, 2024
20-22

West Texas Customs Grill & Chill Benefit Picnic

Bart Dewitt Park: 330 S Irving St

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Grill and Chill Cancer Benefit Picnic for Silvia Zamora at Bart Dewitt park, San Angelo, Texas

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July 20, 2024
20

Cactus Market Days: Fun Fun in the Sun

13 E Twohig Ave

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Shop an array of unique local Craft and food vendors! Candles, leather goods, metal artwork, jewelry, woodwork, crochet, photography, bird houses, home decor, you name it! Live entertainment all day.

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July 20, 2024
20

Love is Blind

The House of FiFi DuBois: 123 S Chadbourne St

9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Love Is Blind will be rocking The House of FiFi Du Bois performing the best of the 80s, 90s, 2000s!

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July 22, 2024
22

SAMA Summer for Kids: S.T.E.A.M. Workshop

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: 1 Love St

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Build and print objects using 3D Printers this summer with STARBASE’s Deputy Director Tim Maddox, and Kay LeBrasseur. Students will learn the basics of 3D modeling and 3D printing as they design their own wildlife using live animals as inspiration.

Ages 7 - 10 July 22 9 am - 12 pm Location: SAMFA Education Studio $125 per person

Sponsored by the Mad Mouse Zoodio, The Carl B. Florence E. King Foundation, and STARBASE

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July 23, 2024
23

Tweens & Teens: Friendship Bracelets

North Angelo Branch Library - 3001 N Chadbourne St

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Tweens & Teens Friendship Bracelets

Join us, tweens & teens, for a quick craft! You bring the friend, and we’ll bring the friendship-bracelet supplies!

July 25, 2024
25

Genealogy Class

North Angelo Branch Library - 3001 N Chadbourne St

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Genealogy Class

A genealogy class helping guide you through free research resources. Computer skills are helpful to succeed in the class.

Lisa Mahler, a board member of the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, will teach this class. While not required, students are encouraged to bring their own laptop. Laptops will also be provided, if desired.

Registration Required on our website or call 325-653-8412

July 27, 2024
27

Get Crafty!

Stephens Central Library, 3rd floor - 33 W Beauregard Ave

9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Get Crafty

Join us for a day filled with as much crafting and socializing as you want. Bring your lunch, snacks, friends, and most importantly, your projects. We will have plenty of wall sockets and table space to accommodate various creations. No late entry after 4:30pm (when the library closes its front doors -Free, all ages welcome.

July 27, 2024
27

National Cowboy Day

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark: 630 S Oakes St

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More information coming soon!

If you have any questions, give us a call at 325-657-4444 or email us at sutler@fortconcho.com

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July 27, 2024
27

Comedy Night w/Matt Ferrell

The Martial Pint - 19 E Concho Ave

8:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Doors open at 7:30pm

Tickets Presale $10

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July 28, 2024
28

Buffalo Soldier Anniversary Day

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark: 630 S Oakes St

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More information coming soon! If you have any questions, give us a call at 325-657-4444 or email us at sutler@fortconcho.com

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October

October 26, 2024
26

Día de los Muertos

The Rivestage: 16 E Avenue A

11:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Celebrate Día de los Muertos in San Angelo: A Festival of Culture, Cars, and Catrinas!

The San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum is hosting an unforgettable Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration on October 26th, filled with vibrant traditions, artistic expression, and a whole lot of fun! Mark your calendars and get ready to experience the unique spirit of this beloved holiday.

Here’s a look at the exciting lineup:

Día de los Muertos Car Show (11 AM - 6 PM):

  • Gear up for a one-of-a-kind car show where classic vehicles meet cultural homage!
  • Presented by Classic Creation Car Club, witness a unique exhibition where each car becomes a rolling altar.
  • Participants can showcase their creativity by decorating their trunks with marigolds, candles, photos of loved ones, and handcrafted calaveras (sugar skulls).
  • It’s the perfect blend of car enthusiasm and a celebration of Día de los Muertos traditions.
  • Vie for cash prizes in various categories (to be announced)! Register now at SanAngeloHispanicHeritage.org or contact Jesse Sanchez at 325-374-5451 for more information.

Día de los Muertos Fashion Show (2 PM):

  • Witness a dazzling display of tradition and modern fashion at the Día de los Muertos fashion show presented by Leos Imports.
  • Held at the Riverstage, this event promises a vibrant showcase of Mexican attire and how it inspires contemporary styles.
  • Prepare to be dazzled by the intricate designs and cultural flair!

Catrina Contest (8:15 PM):

  • Calling all aspiring Catrinas! Join the annual Catrina contest and showcase your most spectacular portrayal of the iconic Día de los Muertos figure.
  • Unleash your creativity with elaborate makeup, stunning costumes, and embody the spirit of the Catrina.
  • Stay tuned for more information on how to participate in this prestigious contest! (Details about last year’s spectacular contest are included)

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to celebrate Día de los Muertos in San Angelo! Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, witness artistic expression on wheels and in fashion, and be part of a community event unlike any other. Join us for a day filled with music, food, and the spirit of Día de los Muertos!

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November

November 08, 2024 - November 09, 2024
08-09

Mini Miss Wool Pageant

Brooks and Bates Theatre: 82 Gillis St

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Experience the Magic of Miss Wool: Introducing the Mini Miss Wool Pageant for Kids!

*Contestants must be between the ages of 6-11 on pageant day to compete.

*As a contestant, you will be judged in four equal categories – Personal Interview, Western, Natural, and talent. Our judges will include local celebrities and businesspeople who could impact your career choices.

*Contestant Entry fee $50, Contact info@dtsa.org for Registration Form Details.

Tickets to the pageant will be on sale soon!

–Friday, November 8th from 5-7pm: Reception at the San Angelo Performing Arts Center 82 Gillis St. Food & drink, live music, educational displays.

–Friday November 8th from 7-8pm: Rehearsal

–Saturday, November 9th 4pm: Personal Interview

–Saturday, November 9th 5pm: Pageant Show

MINI MISS WOOL -Category A Ages 6-8 1st Place will be crowned Mini Miss Wool and will be presented with a sash and trophy. Winner will be given an opportunity to ride on Downtown San Angelo’s Rodeo Parade float in 2025 and may have a special appearance at the 9th Annual Brews Ewes & BBQ event. 2nd-3rd Places will be presented with sashes and trophies.

JR. MINI MISS WOOL -Category B Ages 9-11 1st Place will be crowned Junior Miss Wool and will be presented with a sash and trophy. Winner will be given an opportunity to ride on Downtown San Angelo’s Rodeo Parade float in 2025 and may have a special appearance at the 9th Annual Brews Ewes & BBQ event. 2nd-3rd Places will be presented with sashes and trophies.

Don’t Miss Out on the Most Exciting Weekend of Your Life - Join Us Now!

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