Don't let the weekend weather forecast keep you at home. There is way too much fun to be had in Gatesville this weekend!
You may get the feeling that you've gone back in time as you drive through town this weekend, as Gatesville plays host to a group of Studebaker collectors. They’ll be having lunch at (where else?) Studebaker’s Pizza on Friday, touring Kalyn, then caravanning back through town and will be at the Civic Center from around 2:30-4:00, for those who want to get a look at the cars. They also plan tour the Museum Saturday afternoon and attend a showing at The Last Drive In Picture Show Saturday night.
Speaking of The Last Drive In Picture Show and Cinema, here is what is showing this weekend:
The Bar Somewhere Else will hold Karaoke nightwith Ray Veach Friday, 8pm-midnight.
Visit Chamber Market Days to shop with a variety of vendors at the Cotton Belt Depot from 9am-1pm.
First United Methodist Church welcomes the community to an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at 10am at the church.
Support young authors from the Boys & Girls Club as they celebrate the publication of Writing for a Positive Change, a collection of poetry the Gatesville Public Library on Saturday from 11am-1pm.
Celebrate Easter with Hillside Medical Lodge from 2-4pm! Live fishing event, photos with the Easter Bunny and an Egg Hunt.
Bare Bones BBQ and the Gatesville Chamber of Commerce have teamed up for a full day of music starting at 3pm with Shivaree Star, where musicians will be competing for a chance to open for Roger Creager at Shivaree. The evening will be topped off by a performance by Branded Heart.
The Coryell County Area Go Texan fundraiser takes place at the Gatesville Civic Center Saturday night. Guest will enjoy a dinner of steak and shrimp, followed by dancing to Jake Hooker and the Outsiders. 21 & up.
Gatesville’s newest wedding venue invites you to their open house on Sunday at 1pm. Beautiful Garden Weddings is located at 302 Hidden Valley.
First United Methodist and The Presbyterian Church of Gatesville have teamed up to bring the community The Living Last Supper , a dramatization of Leonardo DaVinci’s famous painting where the Apostles express themselves in Scriptural response to Jesus’ accusation that one of them would betray him. Witness this portrait come alive Palm Sunday at 6:30 PM at The Presbyterian Church, 1110 E. Main St.