THINGS TO DO ~~ February 19-25, 2024
It’s Girl Scout Cookie time!! Girl Scouts will have Cookie Booths set up all around the Permian Basin. To find Girl Scout cookies near you, CLICK HERE.
A Pie To Die For: Murder Mystery Dinner Theater! Performance dates: 2/20 and 2/22 at 6pm. Enjoy a 3-course meal with brisket and sausage by Midland Meat Co. Food is served to you at your table.This is a fundraiser for Hillcrest Theater! There will be a live pie auction so bring cash or check if you want to bid. RESERVATIONS & MORE INFO HERE.
Shen-Yun at The Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center! Take your family and friends on a magical journey and discover new hope for the future! The breathtakingly beautiful Shen Yun show is as inspiring as it is exciting. Featuring classical Chinese dance, dynamic animated backdrops, and all-original orchestral works, Shen Yun opens a portal to a civilization of enchanting beauty and enlightening wisdom. TICKETS AND INFO HERE.
Casa Midland Lunch and Learn! This year brings hope to a child in foster care by becoming a CASA Volunteer! CASA Volunteers are everyday community members who step up and lift up the voices of children in foster care. Children in foster care need an advocate to speak up for them. Lunch will be provided! Noon-1pm at 1611 W Texas Ave in Midland. MORE DETAILS HERE.
Art Tales at the Ellen Noel Art Museum! This week’s featured book is The Day The Crayons Quit! Art-loving preschoolers ages 3-5 and their grown-ups are invited to visit every other Wednesday for a beautifully illustrated story and art activity. This is a free event. 1-1:30pm, 4909 E University Blvd in Odessa. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Cirque Italia Water Circus: SILVER! The Pirate Adventure show will be in Midland for just 4 days, Feb 22-25 in the Midland Park Mall parking lot at 7:30 pm each night. Come check out the amazing dynamic water stage! Cirque Italia- “Water Circus” international cast of circus artists dazzle the audience over a 35,000 gallon water stage! It’s a beautiful combination of death defying circus acts, with the atmosphere of the water stage! The show is perfect for the whole family! TICKETS AND DETAILS HERE.
Wrangler Rodeo 40th Anniversary! Join Odessa College to celebrate the 40th Wrangler Rodeo! February 22 – 24, at 7 PM at the Ector County Coliseum! MORE DETAILS AND TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE.
UTPB Orchestra Concert! Join the UTPB Music Department for an orchestra concert on February 22nd at 7:30pm at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center. This event is Free Admission. Performances by Legacy High School, Midland High School, Goddard Junior High School, and San Jacinto Junior High School. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Gather Fridays at River Fine Arts, 9:30-10:30 am, 4400 N Big Spring Suite C38 in Midland. It’s the time of year for inside playtime! No charge and you don’t need to be a student, Just come inside, play, create, and converse. ADDITIONAL DETAILS HERE.
Midland Community Theater presents The Wizard of Oz! Fun for the whole family, join Dorothy and her friends for a magical journey to the Emerald City. Tickets are going fast! Grab yours today! (432) 570-4111, February 2nd – March 2nd | Friday, Saturday, & Sundays *7:30 PM & 2:30 PM*, 2000 W. Wadley in Midland. TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Mardi On Oil Patch Kids 2024 Casino Night! It’s time for the 2024 Oil Patch Kids Casino Night! The Oil Patch Kids Casino Night features sponsor tables with dinner, cocktails, and casino-style games, making it an evening of fun and friendship. The proceeds of this event help support abused, neglected, and at-risk children in the Permian Basin. 6-11:30pm at The Bush Convention Center, 105 N Main Street in Midland. MORE DETAILS HERE.
Fix West Texas and HEB Midland Adoptions! 11am-2pm. Come meet adoptable dogs! All adoption fees include vaccinations, microchip, and spay/neuter of pets. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Midland Downtown Winter Farmers Market! MDFM is open every Saturday, rain or shine at the new permanent location 404 N Colorado Street in Midland, you can be sure to find all of your produce and homemade needs here. Dogs on a leash are always welcome. Winter hours are 9am-Noon. MORE DETAILS HERE.
34th Annual Great Texas Soup Cook-off! Who has the best soup in Martin County? Enter your soup and see if your favorite recipe can win a prize and bragging rights for a year! The event begins at 5:30 at the Martin County Community Center, 301 Saint Theresa Street in Stanton. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Full Moon Hike at Big Spring State Park! What makes our moon so unique? What nocturnal animals live in the park? Find out these answers and more by joining them on this guided night hike. Meet at the entrance parking area at 7pm. The hike will be 1.5 miles. Bring a flashlight and your own drinking water bottle. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.This event is free and open to the public. 7-8:30pm, No. 1 Scenic Drive in Big Spring. DETAILS HERE.
Fix West Texas and PetsMart Odessa Adoptions! Noon-3pm. Come meet adoptable dogs! All adoption fees include vaccinations, microchip, and spay/neuter of pets. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Drum TAO at The Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center! Drum TAO set their base at Oita, Japan and started creating their own music,stage set-ups, and costumes to produce their one and only world of entertainment.Many talented artists and staffs gathered to join this creation from all over the world and this is why Drum TAO can make the peerless and the most modern “Japanese Entertainment”. The show starts at 7:30pm. TICKETS AND DETAILS HERE.
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