Weekend Update

August 9, 2018

 

Make the most of these last days of Summer! Gatesville still has plenty of fun to offer.

 

THURSDAY

On Thursday, quench your thirst for local music, cold beverages and socializing at one of our Thirsty Thursday events.  Taylor Branch performs an acoustic show at The Bar Somewhere Else starting at 7:30 (21 & up) and Ed Leonard will be at The Junction on 36 from 6-9 (all ages). Both performances are free.

 

Learn about 4-H this evening (Thursday). Bring the family and join Coryell 4-H Ambassadors for a fun-filled night at the Gatesville Drive-In! We will have games, crafts, contests, door prizes and much more. Plus this is a great time to learn what 4-H is all about!!  The event starts at 5:30 and you are invited to stay afterward for the movie.

 

FRIDAY (see also, All Weekend, below)

Friday night entertainment includes Karaoke with Ray Veach at The Bar Somewhere Else and Taylor Branch with The Lonestar Ramblers at Bare Bones BBQ

 

 

SATURDAY

Shop with the vendors at Chamber Market Days, 9am-1pm at the Cotton Belt Depot.

 

NEW ORLEANS NIGHT - GATESVILLE STYLE:

The Coalition for Community Awareness will hold a scholarship fundraiser on Saturday (August 11) starting at 6pm at the Gatesville Civic Center.  Chefs from Louisiana will be serving Gumbo, Cajun Catfish, Shrimp, Jambalaya, and Red Beans & Rice. Tickets are $50 and include the meal and drinks . from 6:00-11:00 pm with music,bead, and mask to enjoy. For more information and tickets call (254)338-2385, (254)223-9255 or (254)223-1252. 

The Boys of Broken Duckfeet will perform at The Bar Somewhere Else Saturday starting at 9pm. $6 cover charge.

 

 

ALL WEEKEND (& BEYOND)

TAX FREE WEEKEND: Take advantage of tax-free weekend and support your friends and neighbors by shopping local. We have great local stores that will be offering some great deals this weekend.  Do you sometimes forget some of our local options?  Leon River Mercantile, Vintage Royalty, Moos Boutique, The Shops at Southern Royalty, The Parrots Nest and the Bee Hive are locally owned shops that all offer a great selection of clothing in various sizes. For accessories, bags, backpacks and other back-to-school wants & needs, check all of those stores plus places like The Parrot and Bullspit Rustic on the square.  Trying to save on back-to-school (or just a smart shopper)? Don't forget The Boys & Girls Resale Shop!  If you haven't been in these shops in awhile, stop by. You'll be impressed with what you kind find right here in town!

Not locally owned, but also keeping your dollars in town by keeping your neighbors employed... HEB, Walmart, Bealls, Tractor Supply, & Dollar General all have some of those back-to-school necessities.  

 

Don't miss the opportunity to cool off in the pool during these last few days of the summer season.  Here is the schedule for the City Pool:

 

 

Showing at the theater:

 

Looking ahead to next week:

 

 

Tuesday is the annual Meet the Hornets at McKamie Stadium at 6pm

 

 

 

On Wednesday, enjoy a free ice cream cone and get to know your local police officers when you stop by Studebakers Pizza between 5-7pm for Cone with a Cop.

 

 

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