Weekend Fun Forecast

February 15, 2019


The weather may be unpredictable, but we are predicting lots of fun in Gatesville this weekend! Here is your rundown of things to do:



A fun way to end the week. A POP UP shopping event in a central location. This event is open to the public. Free to attend. The vendors will be set up in the Intermediate Library from 9 A-2P on Friday Feb. 15th. Local vendors will be selling their goods, and/or telling you about their non profit organization. This event benefits the Intermediate School. 















The friendly folks from First United Methodist Church will be at it again handing out some FREE TREATS from 3-5pm on Friday under their carport. Go by to get yours, say hello, and make some new friends!






On Saturday, Feb. 16th, local author C.R. MacBean will be at the Gatesville Public Library from 10am-1pm to sign his new book "The Cruise". (rescheduled from last Saturday)















On Sunday afternoon, bring out the artist in you and put a little summer in your home by painting this cheerful sunflower with Deb Leonard at The Junction on 36. The class is from 3-5pm.  You'll need to register at 

















Clint Janisch and Darby Sparkman will be performing a live acoustic set Friday night at Bare Bones Barbeque February 15th at 8 PM. Come on out for some great food, awesome music, and a kid-friendly environment!














The monthly Gatesville Country Music Hall of Fame Show takes place Friday night at Gatesville's City Auditorium, starting at 7pm. This month's guest performers will be Bosque River Band.  Admission is free.
















Ed Leonard performs at American Legion Post 42 on Friday night from 7-10pm. There is no cover charge. Get there early for the post's fried catfish dinner!

















Join Ray Veach at The Bar Somewhere Else Friday night from 8 to midnight for Karaoke.

$1.00 cover. 21 & over.








 On Saturday night, Trace Crawford performs at The Bar Somewhere Else from 9pm to midnight. $3.00 cover. 21 & over.












Remember, Monday is Presidents Day and many local, state and federal offices are closed. For those of you luck enough to have the day off, enjoy your extended weekend!



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