I hope your weekend is already off to a great start if your racking through your brain trying to figure out what to do this weekend look no further here are fun events happening right here in Wichita Falls this weekend When Monday comes around you wont have to shrug your shoulders and say " meh it was ok" when your friends and co workers ask how your weekend was.

  • FRIDAY! Rock out with Dr. Phil Good and the Let's get it ons @ Old Town

    Local band will be performing at Oldtown from 9pm until 2am this band uses rock and a D.j spinning and scratching to fuse together songs that are creative and will get you out of your chair and on the dance floor! Time: 9-2am Location: 4014 old town call field rd.

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  • Friday: Free screening of America the Beautiful 2 MSU Campus

    The MSU sociology department along with the programming board will be showing a free screening of the Award winning documentary bout weight,gender,body issues and how they effect our world after the film there will be a Q and A session and discussion. This event makes a great date and is a chance to see a film that will make you laugh cry and most importantly think Where: MSU Campus Shawnee Theater Time: 5:30 pm Cost: Free to general public.

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  • Fridays! Get Footloose at Denim and Diamonds Footloose Fridays

    If your two step is lack9ng this is the place to be for dance lessons Every Friday night at 7pm ant denim and diamonds then stay for there Friday night party with drink specials until 11pm Where: Kell and Mcneil Time 7pm Cost: Free with Boots and Hat before 10pm

  • Saturday! Big Event The City Lights Parade


    Not to be confused with the festival lights this parade happens down town in Wichita falls along the Scott and 8th street local vendors and organizations have prepared beautiful floats and you can find Me and Tony Kearns in a special Christmas ready 92.9 Van. Bring the Kids and the whole family to this awesome annual event starts at 4pm, goes on until 8pm you can listen to the live broadcast or watch the live VIDEO stream of the parade for out sister station Lonestar 102.3

  • MSU Sports Rugby and Women's Basketball

    See the men get rough in this international sport MSU Rugby will be facing off Saturday at the MSU soccer feilds Cost is free Then the ladies of MSU will hopefully crush the competition at D.L.Ligon Coliseum cost is 5 or free with MSU student I.D ask about childrens rates at door

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  • Sunday Funday: Plays, Craft Fairs and Family Fun

    Catch 7brides for Seven Brothers at Wichita Theater

    1. "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" - Nov. 18 - Nov. 19 This classic musical comes to life all weekend at the Wichita theater the story of a woodsmen who brings home a bride and inspires his 6 brothers to get hitched as well in the musical situation comedy Where:Wichita Theater 10th and Indiana When:7:30 p.m. Friday 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday [ More Information ]

  • Sunday Youth Symphony Orchestra

    Youth Symphony Orchestra - See the very talented students of the youth symphony orchestra this Sunday Nov. 20 Where:Akin Auditorium Midwestern State University When:7:30 p.m. Cost:Free

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  • Sunday and all weekend Go see : Bandersnatch at MSU


    MSU's Theater has really out done themselves come experience their hard work and creativity all weekend starting thursday-sunday. This original play was co written and directed by Professor Brandon smith and features some unique characters in this unique monster comedy For tickets or more information information, call (940) 397-4399 or 397-4393 (box office). When: Thurs-Sat 7:30 Sunday 2:30pm

    Watch this behind the scenes look at the making of the play:

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  • Saturday and Sunday : Get Crafty at the Hanger Holiday

    according to the City website The region's largest free two-day craft fair is hosted by the Officers Spouses Club from Sheppard Air Force Base Where:Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall 1000 Fifth Street When:9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday