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
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.
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.
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