Fun In The Falls: Weekend Update
Shake off your Turkey coma and enjoy your weekend the right way with these fun events.
If you had a long day either working or working your credit card in the malls chill out with the cool blues-rock vibe of The Josh Weathers Band. The band fuses together different genres of music and puts on a very entertaining show full of everybody's favorite covers like Marvin Gaye and James Brown and original songs that will become your favorites, Trust me you've never heard a saxophone rock this hard. Show starts at 10pm $7 Cover Great specials on pitchers. Have fun, be safe and don't forget to grab a round for me.
This unique exhibit combines lights and insects to dazzle your children in a Christmas themed show. Where: River Bend Nature Center 2200 Third Street When: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost: $4 in advance $5 at gate Children 2 and under are free
Friday and Saturday Downtown
This New play combines two things Theater Geeks love; the fabulous fun music and fashion of the Sixties and the Wonder of Christmas It's a Win Win situation happening this weekend On the dinner stage Where: Backdoor Theater 501 Indiana Street When: 8 p.m.
Saturday Christmas Shopping with a Twist
If you decided to pass on the craziness of Black Friday but still have some shopping to do why not support Texomas local businesses and participate in Small business Saturday. 10am-6pm I will be broadcasting live on 92.9 NIN from Karma Boutique on Brook behind Mikes Lube shop listen for prizes, pizza and fun from 10am-12noon Saturday The store carries big name brands like Juicy Couture and Coach at a fraction of the price and it's locally owned and manages.
Sunday & All Weekend
Santa”s Mailbox – Nov. 21 – Dec. 17 Children can mail their letters to Santa in the colorful mailbox located next to the flagpole at the MSU Fantasy of Lights. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your letter to Santa, and he will answer your letter as soon as he can. Where: MSU Fantasy of Lights at 3400 Taft, Wichita Falls, Texas 76308 When: 8:00 am on November 21 – 5:00 pm on December 17 Cost: Free the annual event has a Letter to Santa box that your child can use to send mail directly to the north pole. Bring them out for a night full of safe fun at Midwestern State University on Taft Blvd The lights don't start until December 1st but the display is fun to see