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Apr 01, 2014
 

The San Angelo Blues Society meets the first Tueday of each month at Sealy Flats Blues Diner. Come out and enjoy fellowship and a little music. The SABS hosts the Simply Texas Blues Festival each May. Come on out and become the newest vice-president of the coolest club in town!

07:00 PM  

The Genealogical Society invites the public to attend any of their meetings or events. The guest speaker for this gathering will be Duane Hamblin, local historian, collector, and retired teacher. His presentation is entitled, "Knives and Blades Through History" and includes display of his  extensive collection. Meetings are held in the Trinity Lutheran Fellowship Hall at 3536 YMCA Dr. Call 944-8403 FMI.

07:30 PM  

The ASU Choir presents an evening of opera choruses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Highlights include March of the Toreadors from Bizet's Carmen, Song to the Moon from Dvorak's Rusalka, aria Una voce poco fa from Rossini's The Barber of Seville Les Miserables, and an opera buffa entitled The Grasshopper. Accompaniment will be provided by the Permian Basin String Quartet and members of the San Angelo Symphony. Call 942-2085 for more information. 

Apr 02, 2014
12:00 PM  

Each Spring and Fall the Fort Concho Speaker Series presents wonderful, historical lectures by area historians and authors. Events take place in the Commissary Building at 702 Burgess. A bag lunch is available at $7.50 from Mr. T's Deli, but you must pre-order by the preceeding Monday. Call 657-4441. Speaker for this edition of the series will be Barbara Barton for a program entitled, Friendly Texas Indians.

Apr 03, 2014
03:00 PM - 06:00 PM 

Free to public, drop-in programs for children and their adult companions take place year round with the exception of holidays. Come out and enjoy our museum! Call 653-3333 FMI.

06:00 PM  

The Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center is there for vitims of sexual assualt in their time of need and provides an important service of support. An elegant evening of cocltails, art , and music will be held in the Cactus Hotel Ballroom (36 E Twohig). Call 655-2000 or email kpayne@cv-rcc.org for reservations and FMI.  Please RSVP by March 27th. Sponsorships are also available! Individual tickets are $40 or $75 per couple.  

Apr 04, 2014
 

Join the Friends of the Library for a special sale (proceeds benefiting the library). McNease Convention Center (500 Rio Concho Dr) will host the event. A Preview Sale ($10 or free to memebrs of the Friends' club) occurs at 5:00 PM April 4th. Regular sale is 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM April 5th, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM April 6th and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on April 7th. To volunteer or FMI call 656-7750 or 234-0640.

Apr 05, 2014
 

chicken farm logoEvery First Saturday the Chicken Farm (2505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) opens its doors to the community with guest artist/vendor booths, live music, great food, children's activities and much more. Roger Allen has created quite a treasure for out community... Stop by and let him know it!

Join the Friends of the Library for a special sale (proceeds benefiting the library). McNease Convention Center (500 Rio Concho Dr) will host the event. A Preview Sale ($10 or free to memebrs of the Friends' club) occurs at 5:00 PM April 4th. Regular sale is 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM April 5th, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM April 6th and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on April 7th. To volunteer or FMI call 656-7750 or 234-0640.

Apr 06, 2014
 

Join the Friends of the Library for a special sale (proceeds benefiting the library). McNease Convention Center (500 Rio Concho Dr) will host the event. A Preview Sale ($10 or free to memebrs of the Friends' club) occurs at 5:00 PM April 4th. Regular sale is 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM April 5th, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM April 6th and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on April 7th. To volunteer or FMI call 656-7750 or 234-0640.

07:30 PM  
SA Chamber Singers - Spring Concert 2014

Join the San Angelo Chamber Singers for an evening of choral music at First Presbyterian Church (32 N Irving). The choir is under the direction of Kevin Lambert and accompanied by Louellen Meyer. Their performances are free and open to the public!

Apr 07, 2014
 

Join the Friends of the Library for a special sale (proceeds benefiting the library). McNease Convention Center (500 Rio Concho Dr) will host the event. A Preview Sale ($10 or free to memebrs of the Friends' club) occurs at 5:00 PM April 4th. Regular sale is 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM April 5th, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM April 6th and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on April 7th. To volunteer or FMI call 656-7750 or 234-0640.

Exhibit Opening - The San Angelo Art Club plays host to young artists from Fort Concho Elementary - Come out and support the next generation! Kendall Art Gallery (119 W 1st St). Show will remain up until April 26th. Visit sanangeloartclub.org for gallery hours and FMI.

Apr 08, 2014
06:30 PM  
San Angelo Writer's Club

The San Angelo Writer's club meets each 2nd Tuesday of the month at First Place (across the street from First Baptist Church at 14 E Harris). Anyone interested in the art of writing is welcome to attend. Special guest speakers are featured, refreshments, fellowship and networking begin at 6:30 and special presentations begin at 7:00. Call 942-5741 FMI or email: sanangelowritersclub@gmail.com

07:00 PM  
SAMFA/Cultural Affairs - "This is Where We Live" - Movie

This is Where We Live is a film written and directed by Josh Barrett and San Angelo native, Marc Menchaca. Marc is now a resident of NYC and his many film and TV projects undetr his belt. This film premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival in Austin and is a touching portrayal of a young man with cerebral palsy (played by Tobias Segal) and his caretaker (Marc Menchaca). The film touches on what it means to be family and what it means to struggle with the challenges that life often presents. The movie will be shown at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts at 7:00 PM followed by a Q&A session with Mr. Menchaca. This event is free to the public and refreshments will be provided. Call 653-6793 FMI.  

Apr 09, 2014
12:00 PM  
Each Spring and Fall the Fort Concho Speaker Series presents wonderful, historical lectures by area historians and authors. Events take place in the Commissary Building at 702 Burgess. A bag lunch is available at $7.50 from Mr. T's Deli, but you must pre-order by the preceeding Monday. Call 657-4441. Speaker for this edition of the series will be Ken Phipps for a program entitled, The San Patricios - The St. Patrick Battalion.
Apr 10, 2014
 

Join the museum of fine arts for a celebration which brings together artists from across North America! Juror for this event will be Leopold Foulem of Montreal. He is an internationally recognized ceramic artist, instructor, and scholar. He is a world authority on the ceramics of Pabli Picasso. Featured artist for this event will be Jason Walker of Bellingham, Washington. His work will be featured in a showcase exibit during the competiton. Events will take place from April 10th to April 14th with the exhibit remaining on display until June 29th. The public is invited to participate in all scheduled events though some have a registration fee. Call 653-3333 FMI.
April 10 - 1:00 PM, Chicken Farm Art Center workshop with Randy Brodnax ($25)
April 10 - 2:00 PM Lecture, "Myth & the Ceramic Arts" - ASU room 101 of Carr Building (2602 Dena)
April 11 - 9:00 AM, Ceramic workshop with Lydia Thompson at SAMFA in the ASU Studios
April 11 - ASU Ceramic Symposium from 1:30-4:30 in the Carr Building with guest panelists
April 11 - Opening Reception at SAMFA 6:00 PM
April 12 - 9:00 AM Chicken Farm Art Center workshop/demo with Jason Walker
April 12 - Chicken Farm BBQ Dinner and Live Music ($17) 7:00 PM
April 14 - SAMFA exhibit talking tour with Roger Allen of the Chicken Farm, Noon

03:00 PM - 06:00 PM 

Free to public, drop-in programs for children and their adult companions take place year round with the exception of holidays. Come out and enjoy our museum! Call 653-3333 FMI.

Apr 11, 2014
 

Join local bluegrass groups and their friends out at the Wells Fargo Pavillion for two days of Bluegrass music. Featured groups include Concho Grass, The Watauga Mtn Boys, The Batten Family, Triple L, and Willow Bend. Proceeds benefit the Concho Valley Home for Girls and the Emergency Shelter. Tickets are available for one day or both as a package. The music will begin at 4:00 PM on Friday and 10:00 AM on Saturday.

Join the museum of fine arts for a celebration which brings together artists from across North America! Juror for this event will be Leopold Foulem of Montreal. He is an internationally recognized ceramic artist, instructor, and scholar. He is a world authority on the ceramics of Pabli Picasso. Featured artist for this event will be Jason Walker of Bellingham, Washington. His work will be featured in a showcase exibit during the competiton. Events will take place from April 10th to April 14th with the exhibit remaining on display until June 29th. The public is invited to participate in all scheduled events though some have a registration fee. Call 653-3333 FMI.
April 10 - 1:00 PM, Chicken Farm Art Center workshop with Randy Brodnax ($25)
April 10 - 2:00 PM Lecture, "Myth & the Ceramic Arts" - ASU room 101 of Carr Building (2602 Dena)
April 11 - 9:00 AM, Ceramic workshop with Lydia Thompson at SAMFA in the ASU Studios
April 11 - ASU Ceramic Symposium from 1:30-4:30 in the Carr Building with guest panelists
April 11 - Opening Reception at SAMFA 6:00 PM
April 12 - 9:00 AM Chicken Farm Art Center workshop/demo with Jason Walker
April 12 - Chicken Farm BBQ Dinner and Live Music ($17) 7:00 PM
April 14 - SAMFA exhibit talking tour with Roger Allen of the Chicken Farm, Noon

07:00 PM  

Join the 11th season of the San Angelo Concert Series as we open the new year with a very special concert. Come out and truly connect with a great, award-winning, songwriter, RJ Cowdery. RJ has won the New Folk Competition at the Kerrville Folk Festival, The New Song Contest at Mountain Stage, The Wildflower Festival, The Dave Carter Contest and others. Emmanuel Episcopal Church (3 S Randolph - newer building in back) $15 at the door. This is a listening concert!

Apr 12, 2014
 

Join the museum of fine arts for a celebration which brings together artists from across North America! Juror for this event will be Leopold Foulem of Montreal. He is an internationally recognized ceramic artist, instructor, and scholar. He is a world authority on the ceramics of Pabli Picasso. Featured artist for this event will be Jason Walker of Bellingham, Washington. His work will be featured in a showcase exibit during the competiton. Events will take place from April 10th to April 14th with the exhibit remaining on display until June 29th. The public is invited to participate in all scheduled events though some have a registration fee. Call 653-3333 FMI.
April 10 - 1:00 PM, Chicken Farm Art Center workshop with Randy Brodnax ($25)
April 10 - 2:00 PM Lecture, "Myth & the Ceramic Arts" - ASU room 101 of Carr Building (2602 Dena)
April 11 - 9:00 AM, Ceramic workshop with Lydia Thompson at SAMFA in the ASU Studios
April 11 - ASU Ceramic Symposium from 1:30-4:30 in the Carr Building with guest panelists
April 11 - Opening Reception at SAMFA 6:00 PM
April 12 - 9:00 AM Chicken Farm Art Center workshop/demo with Jason Walker
April 12 - Chicken Farm BBQ Dinner and Live Music ($17) 7:00 PM
April 14 - SAMFA exhibit talking tour with Roger Allen of the Chicken Farm, Noon

Join local bluegrass groups and their friends out at the Wells Fargo Pavillion for two days of Bluegrass music. Featured groups include Concho Grass, The Watauga Mtn Boys, The Batten Family, Triple L, and Willow Bend. Proceeds benefit the Concho Valley Home for Girls and the Emergency Shelter. Tickets are available for one day or both as a package. The music will begin at 4:00 PM on Friday and 10:00 AM on Saturday.

10:00 AM - 03:00 PM 

Family day occurs each 2nd Saturday of the month from 10-3 PM at the Museum (One Love St). The event is free to the public and features a different culture or theme each month. Families can experience live music, food, activities and more in this wonderful programming. Call 653-333 for details.

Each 2nd Saturday of the month our museum opens its doors free to pubic with special programs and hands on activities for the whole family. Call 653-3333 FMI. Each month a different culture or theme is explored with featured events, performaces and activities inspired by the world around us.

Apr 13, 2014
02:00 PM  

cham-mus-logoThe Museum of Fine Arts continues its wonderful program of matinee concert events running from September-April. Admission is $12 general public, $10 SAMFA members, and $7 for students, seniors and military. Call 653-3333 and ask about a season pass for the series! The featured artist for today's concert will be the ASU Music Faculty!

Apr 16, 2014
12:00 PM  
Each Spring and Fall the Fort Concho Speaker Series presents wonderful, historical lectures by area historians and authors. Events take place in the Commissary Building at 702 Burgess. A bag lunch is available at $7.50 from Mr. T's Deli, but you must pre-order by the preceeding Monday. Call 657-4441. Speaker for this edition of the series will be Kurt Kemp for a program entitled, Bison of the Concho Valley.
Apr 17, 2014
03:00 PM - 06:00 PM 

Free to public, drop-in programs for children and their adult companions take place year round with the exception of holidays. Come out and enjoy our museum! Call 653-3333 FMI.

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM 

artwalk
Head Downtown for special events, live music, give aways and much more at local, arts-based businesses. A map is available at downtownsanangelo.com and a free Trolley is available to transport Art Walk guests around the downtown area. Trolley service runs 6–9 p.m. You may board or depart the trolley anywhere along the route. A featured gallery takes centerstage each month and the Cactus Hotel hosts a dozen local artists and live music... It is a great place to start!

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., 36 E. Twohig, Suite 110,
    (325) 655-2345
Apr 22, 2014
07:00 PM  

Angelo State University continues its popular speaker series focused on a variety of aspectrs encompassed by the Civil War era as we remember the event 150 years later. Guest speakers include ASU faculty and invited guests. Topics include issues of slavery, border region tensions between north and south, baseball, medicine, memorial sites and others. Events are held in ASU's CJ Davidson Center (except March 27th which will be held at Fort Concho in the Stables).

Apr 23, 2014
12:00 PM  
Each Spring and Fall the Fort Concho Speaker Series presents wonderful, historical lectures by area historians and authors. Events take place in the Commissary Building at 702 Burgess. A bag lunch is available at $7.50 from Mr. T's Deli, but you must pre-order by the preceeding Monday. Call 657-4441. Speaker for this edition of the series will be Carl Brockmann and Conrad McClure for a program entitled, The Legends & Myths of the Battle of Adobe Walls and the Buffalo Hunters.
Apr 24, 2014
 

ASU concludes their 13-14 season with this greatest of all modern Spanish dramatic tragedies. A stern monarch recently widowed announces a traditional 8 year cloistered mourning to her five daughters. They all deal with this reality in different ways, but one chooses an affair with one who is betrothed to her eldest sister. Call 942-2146 for the ASU box office and learn how you can become a subscriber to receive discounts at a variety of ARTS events throughout the year.

03:00 PM - 06:00 PM 

Free to public, drop-in programs for children and their adult companions take place year round with the exception of holidays. Come out and enjoy our museum! Call 653-3333 FMI.

07:00 PM  

main logo 2014The San Angelo Wine & Food Festival has become one of our communities most anticipated events. Our Uncorked event takes place in the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and shines the spotlight on top local chefs and pairs their food with delicious wines from around the world. A roof top dance party follows. This event always sells out so call beginning April 1st for reservation - 653-6793 FMI

07:30 PM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

Apr 25, 2014
 

ASU concludes their 13-14 season with this greatest of all modern Spanish dramatic tragedies. A stern monarch recently widowed announces a traditional 8 year cloistered mourning to her five daughters. They all deal with this reality in different ways, but one chooses an affair with one who is betrothed to her eldest sister. Call 942-2146 for the ASU box office and learn how you can become a subscriber to receive discounts at a variety of ARTS events throughout the year.

06:00 PM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

06:30 PM - 09:30 PM 

main logo 2014The San Angelo Wine & Food Festival Fork and Cork Finale is the biggest party of the year featuring local restuarants, over 70 wines from all across the globe, a special live concert (artist TBA), and a beer garden all in the elegant (and air conditioned) confines of the beautiful Cactus Hotel. Call 653-6793 FMI

07:30 PM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

Apr 26, 2014
 

ASU concludes their 13-14 season with this greatest of all modern Spanish dramatic tragedies. A stern monarch recently widowed announces a traditional 8 year cloistered mourning to her five daughters. They all deal with this reality in different ways, but one chooses an affair with one who is betrothed to her eldest sister. Call 942-2146 for the ASU box office and learn how you can become a subscriber to receive discounts at a variety of ARTS events throughout the year.

Join Roger Allen and the Chicken Farm faithful for a fundraising event benefiting the Adult Literacy Council. Entitled "Soup Feeds the Mind", handpainted soup bowls will be created and sold. Call 657-0013 FMI. 

07:30 AM  

Come and celebrate the region's agricultural and ranching heritage with special displays, exhibits, living history, Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, 1800s Base Ball, booths for vendors and children's activities. Plus, all main fort buildings will be open.  There is no charge for this half-day event beyond the fee for the pancake breakfast ($5.00).  7:30 am - 12:00 Noon. Call 481-2646 FMI.

09:30 AM  

Bring the family out to downtown San Angelo for a day of fun! Young buckaroos can ride sheep and stick horses, rope dummy steers, scramble for boots, tractor pull, petting zoo, pony rides, etc. There are several entertainers throughout the event including the Concho Chicks Drill Team, mariachis, and trick roping. Call 655-2345 FMI. Free to public!

10:00 AM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

12:00 PM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

02:00 PM  

This free admission show will be staged at the Stephens Central Library. This family friendly show is 50 minutes in length and each child will be given a book after the show! Kids will have the opportunity to meet the actors ands get autographs after the perfromance! Call 716-4125 FMI.

07:00 PM  

SA Symphony Black Square LogoJoin the symphony as they conclude the 2013-2014 season with Paril Pops! It appears Rock & Roll is here to stay... Enjoy hits by Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, The Big Bopper and others. Selections include: Peggy Sue, Chantilly Lace, La Bamba and more. This concert will be held at ASU's Junell Center. Call 658-5877 and become a subscriber today!

Apr 27, 2014
 

ASU concludes their 13-14 season with this greatest of all modern Spanish dramatic tragedies. A stern monarch recently widowed announces a traditional 8 year cloistered mourning to her five daughters. They all deal with this reality in different ways, but one chooses an affair with one who is betrothed to her eldest sister. Call 942-2146 for the ASU box office and learn how you can become a subscriber to receive discounts at a variety of ARTS events throughout the year.

02:00 PM  

play it again concert logoPlay it Again Concerts have become a wonderful tradition at SAMFA. Come out and dance along or just sit back and enjoy the sounds of Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Count Bassie and other war time favorites performed by the West Texas Jazz Orchestra led by Jim Bode. Admission is $10 general public, $8 SAMFA members, and $5 for students, seniors and military. Call 653-3333 FMI.

Apr 28, 2014
 

It is about time San Angelo had Shakespeare in the park and this event brings that hope one step closer! Join local actors from ACT, Be Theatre and other groups as they explore and have fun with some of the most famous dramatic characters of all time. Bring a picnic and enjoy open air theatre. The Comedy of Errors was one of Shakespeare's earliest works written in his youth. The story involves a double set of twins in the land of Ephesus. A storm has seperated a family and the aforementioned twins... Hilarity results as these characters all begin arriving in the same locale. Auditions are April 28th at Be Theatre (Downtown W Beauregard next to Civic Ballet). The show will run June 13-15 on the lawn at SAMFA.

Apr 30, 2014
12:00 PM  
Each Spring and Fall the Fort Concho Speaker Series presents wonderful, historical lectures by area historians and authors. Events take place in the Commissary Building at 702 Burgess. A bag lunch is available at $7.50 from Mr. T's Deli, but you must pre-order by the preceeding Monday. Call 657-4441. Speaker for this edition of the series will be Joyce Gray for a program entitled, Finding Grandfather at the Battle of Vicksburg.
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