2013 Fall & Winter Events
October • November • December Content provided by Downtown San Angelo, Inc. • Published by the San Angelo Standard-Times
Eggemeyer’s Come Visit San Angelo’s Original General Store!
Come by and see us for ALL your home accessories and good treats! • Gourmet Kitchen Emporium • Spode, Hadley & Polish Pottery • Honey Glazed Spiral Sliced Ham • Old World Christmas Ornaments • Gourmet Coffee & Tea
• Texas Jams & Mustards • Madame Alexander Dolls • Chamilia Jewelry • Exquisite Jewelry Lines • Case Knives
(325) 655-1166 35 E. Concho
9:30-6:00 • Monday-Saturday
Shannon BaBy – Julian Birth Date: 4/24/13 Having a baby is an exciting journey. At Shannon Women’s and Children’s Hospital, we create a special birthing experience with you and your precious cargo in mind. Your baby’s arrival should be a personalized experience. Shannon is committed to providing the latest technology and most experienced, compassionate staff who go beyond your expectations. So let your family’s journey begin at Shannon. We’re with you every step of the way, and we’re looking forward to the arrival of your precious cargo.
SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER WITH BICYCLE DELIVERY IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA.
Located inside Tom Green County Library
Featuring Breakfast Croissants • Paninis and Wraps • Pizzas • Salads • Coffee • Teas • Espressos and Fruit Smoothies • Fresh Juices and Wheat Grass Shots
Phone: 325-650-3258 | Mon.-Thurs. 8:30am-7pm, Friday 8:30 am -6pm, Saturday 8:30am-5pm
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10/1 – 31: Humanities Texas display of “Border Studies" 10/18: Discoveries in Genealogy 10:00 – 8:00 Classes, features images by eight gifted photographers and maps showing historical relocations of the border. This exhibition highlights the vitality of places, people and patterns of culture along the Texas-Mexico Border. Tuesdays in October: Film series related to the Big Read. See tgclibrary.com for full schedule.
webinars, shared resources and look-ups. Free consultations with professional genealogist via Skype.
10/7: TGC 4H National Youth Science Day, 4:00 – 6:00
11/16: 11:00 – 2:00 United Blood Services Blood Drive.
10/31: 7:00-8:30 Kick-Off for National Novel Writing
Month. Ever want to write a novel? Here’s your chance to join the challenge. On November 1, begin writing your novel. Your goal is to write a 50,000-word novel by Novem10/5: Big Read Kick-Off: Get a copy of Into the Beauti- ber 30th. ful North by Luis Urrea; alternate books available for teens and children. Enjoy the dance performance of Ballet Folk- 11/9: 9:00 – 4:30 San Angelo Writers Club and TGC Lilorica Azteca de San Angelo(10:00 am) and other activities brary present Young Adult Author, Rosemary Clementthroughout the library 10:00-3:00. Moore for a writers’ workshop.
10/16: Big Read Keynote address by author, Luis Alberto
Get a voucher for a free turkey with donation.
Urrea about Into the Beautiful North followed by a book 11/21- 23: West Texas Rehab Center display of quilts to be in annual telethon auction. signing.
Specializing in the
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OLD WEST BY THE BOOK Your West Texas History Merchant! Largest selection of books about Texas and the West, NEW, USED, RARE Check our “HALF-PRICE HISTORY” section with many history titles at 50% off publisher’s price! Visit our web site: www.cactusbookshop.com We accept all major credit cards
Serving West Texans Since 1995!
Whether you are looking for a grandfather clock or a beautiful ceiling fan, you can expect outstanding customer service. Heritage Haus Fine Clocks & Gifts is locally owned. We have proudly served San Angelo and the West Texas area since 1978 and are known for our quality clocks and fans.
230 S. CHADBOURNE
(ON THE CORNER OF CHADBOURNE AND CONCHO AVE.)
The Glass Prism
An Art Glass Studio and Gallery
Specializing in Custom Stained Glass and Fused Glass Creations! Unique Gift Items • Instructional Classes
225 S. Chadbourne St., Downtown San Angelo
325-653-4515 • www.theglassprism.com
Hunting for Treasures? Antiques …collectables…vintage furniture, nick nacks, dishes, dolls, clothing, jewelry and more.
You’re sure to find the best treasures at these Historic Downtown San Angelo establishments.
COME TAKE A WALK BACK THROUGH TIME Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5:30pm Closed Wednesdays 129 S. Chadbourne San Angelo, TX 76903 325-653-9590 6
The Little Red Rooster
We Buy & sell used furniture, electronics & baby stuff. Tue-Sun 10:30am-5:30pm. We rent vendor spaces outside.
Ph-300-6514 • 211 N. Chadbourne “The” Betty Brown 325-212-2174
MADSTYLE Vintage provides you with everything you need for your vintage home. We pride ourselves in offering a fun unique shopping experience and strive to bring you the best indie, alternative, and dance music.
9 W. Beauregard Ave | San Angelo,TX 76903
109 N. Chadbourne San Angelo, Texas 76903
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COME SEE OUR NEW LOOK! 42 E. Concho Ave. OPEN Downtown San Angelo. 10-5 Mon-Sat (325) 655 3962 1-5 Open Sun. too !
The legend of Miss Hattie’s goes beyond its history.Voted as one of the best Burgers in Texas by Texas Monthly, and reputed as one of the best 21 day aged mesquite smoked rib eye steaks by our customers. Others have tried to copy Miss Hattie’s bacon wrapped jalapenos and crab cakes, no one has succeeded.
Restaurant &Cathouse Lounge
Miss Hattie’s Restaurant & Cathouse Lounge 26 East Concho
Miss Hattie’s located on Historic Block One, is the first building in San Angelo to be restored and registered on the National and State Registry for Historic Places. The building is the original San Angelo national Bank built in 1886 and is now the home of Miss Hattie’s Restaurant and Cathouse Lounge which serves lunch and dinner. Miss Hattie’s has developed a great reputation for their mesquite smoked ribeye steaks and hamburgers which were selected as one of the best in the state of Texas. The menu offers sandwiches, salads and other traditional West Texas fare. Friday and Saturday night enjoy live music in the Cathouse Lounge. Full bar available. Open Monday through Saturday for lunch, dinner, desserts or drinks. Open daily at 11:00 AM until the last customer leaves.
4 South Oakes The only Blues venue in San Angelo, Sealy Flats features live music performances every week. Sealy Flatts, owned by Rod and Denise Bridgman, is located on historic South Oakes Street, “where history comes back to life!” Nightly music performances are held in the Courtyard area Tuesday through Saturday. Enjoy food from the Diner as you enjoy a beer or glass of wine. Open Mon-Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm FL’s Garden firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Party Rooms Available for Wedding rehearsal dinners and bridal showers. Company, family parties and all other celebrations.
26 East Concho Ave. 325-653-0570 Monday-Saturday Lunch 11am to 5pm, Cathouse Lounge Open from Dinner from 5pm to 10pm 11 am to midnight.
Beer, Wine and Full Bar Available.
FL’s Garden is open for private parties only. They are located on the Corner of Avenue A & Chadbourne, Downtown San Angelo. The owner, Fred Griffin will meet or exceed your wants and desires for an enchanted experience for your party guests. Serving only the finest and creative dishes with a wide range of appeal. To book a party email: email@example.com
Fuentes Café Downtown & Weekend Lounge 101 South Chadbourne
Fuentes Café Downtown has been in business for almost 29 years. They have some of the finest Mexican food around, but also offer delicious American food. The Weekend Lounge inside Fuentes Café Downtown features a DJ and is open Friday & Saturday nights from 10 pm to 2 am. Open Mon - Thurs 8:00 am - 9:30 pm, Fri-Sat 9:00 am - 2:00 am, Sun 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mesquite Bean Café 36 East Twohig
The Mesquite Bean Café & Catering Co. is inside the Historic Cactus Hotel, located at the corner of Twohig and Oakes Street. Sandwiches and salads are named after the regional towns that make up the entire San Angelo community. They feature daily specials with all their food having a true West Texas flair. Open for breakfast and lunch Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
221 South Chadbourne A high quality and vintage café serving the finest coffee and ice cream found straight out of the Heart of Texas. There is fun for the whole family with our vintage jukebox, arcade and pinball machines you can play just like back in the 1940’s. “You can be a part of the past, today!” Open Mon-Thurs: 7:30 am - 9:00 pm, Fri: 7:30 am - 11:00 pm, Sat: 8:00 am 11:00 pm
29 Years Downtown Finest Mexican & American Food Mon-Thurs 10 -9:30 Fri-Sat 10 -2 • Sunday 10 -2 101 S. Chadbourne St.
Music, dancing, drink specials at Fuentes Cafe Downtown Friday & Saturday 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. No Smoking Age 21+
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The Sahawe Indian Dancers will perform at 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the parking lot located across from the Cactus Hotel – 17 East Twohig.
This event takes place during the Art-Ober-Fest celebration in downtown San Angelo on Saturday, October 12, 2013 following the Angelo State University Homecoming Parade. The Sahawe Indian Dancers were formed under the leadership of the Boy Scouts of America Troop 81 in 1950, later renamed the Boy Scout Troop and Venture Crew 181 – Concho Valley Council.
The Sahawes have performed thoughout Texas and learned their dances from visiting Indian events as the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials in Gallup, New Mexico and the American Indian Exposition in Anadarko, Oklahoma. The elaborate costumes used by the dancers, made by the boys and leaders, are fashioned after ones seen on their trips to Indian gatherings and museums. During the years that a young man is a Sahawe he will learn through his training dedication, responsibility, leadership, fellowship, and reliability which will help him to become a good citizen. The Sahawes now perform 60 to 70 shows during the year at fairs, festivals, sporting events, conventions, and special events throughout Texas, surrounding states, and into Mexico. To date, the Sahawes have performed in over 200 cities in Texas. Each summer, the members are rewarded for their hard work with a trip to various parts of the country. They have traveled to 27 states in 50 years and have visited places like Yellowstone, Disney World, Grand Canyon, St Louis, Denver, and Santa Fe. During the past 50 years several hundred boys have gone through the Sahawe program, performing over 2000 shows. They have been designated as Uvalde’s “Ambassadors of Good Will” and were selected as Uvalde’s #1 tourist attraction by the Texas Travel Writers. The Sahawe organization is made up of boys ranging from 5th grade through high school and beyond. Many former members still perform with the group when their schedule permits. Along with their Sahawe activities, the boys are also active in their schools, churches, and other activities. Many excel in athletics, band, scholastics, and 4-H, winning local, area, and state awards.
Thanks the many sponsors for supporting
• Angelo Retina
• Outreach Health Services
• Angelo State University
• Price Family
• River Crest Hospital
• B. Stribling
• Rotary Club
• Bank & Trust
• SA Real Estate Assoc.
• Betty Perry
• San Angelo ISD
• Cactus Hotel
• SA Real Estate Assoc.
• Charlotte Northcutt
• SA Banking Center
• Cornerstone School
• SA Museum of Fine Arts
• Crockett National Bank
• SA Standard Times
• De Ja Vu Derby Family
• SA Visitor Center
• Dr. Shelley Stromboe
• Sands Finance Corp.
• F. Griffith
• Santa Rita Motors
• Fuentes Cafe Downtown
• Scott Allison Real Estate
• Golden Corral
• Shannon Clinic SW
• Goodfellow AF BAse
• Shannon Hospital
• Heights Baptist Church
• Sonic Drive-Ins
• Hirshfeld Steel
• Springhill Suites
• J.W. Lown
• Surety Title
• James Thomas
• Tennyson Church
• JIm Bass Ford
• Trans TX SW Credit Union
• Johnson’s Funeral Home
• Trimble-Batjer Insurance
• Keep SA Beautiful
• Trinity Lutheran Church
• KIDY-FOX TV
• Vision Oil Tool
• Len Mertz
• Webb, Stokes & Sparks
• M.L. Leddy’s
• Wells Fargo Bank
• Mark Harper
• West Central Wireless
• Meadows Fisher & Cleere
• West Texas Medical Assoc.
• Meza Family
• WT Sheep & Goat Raisers
• Miss Hattie’s Restaurant
• Wool‘n Cotton Shop
• WT Training/Howard College
Downtown San Angelo, Inc. 24 West Concho Avenue
SAN ANGELO MUSEUM
of Fine Arts
For a complete list of programs and events: www.samfa.org or FMI 325.653.3333
Formerly D’Vine wine Same Great Customer Service, Same Great Wine... Just a New Name Available for Private Events • Gift Certificates Available Concho Valley Winery is the first and only boutique winery in San Angelo. We hand-craft, ferment and bottle over 30 wines on site. We produce classic pure varietal wines and fruit wines of high character and balance. The winery’s tasting room and gift shop are cozy and comfortable and our staff are eager to help you choose and enjoy your favorite wine. Concho Valley Winery also specializes in assisting you with custom labels for your perfect gift giving needs or corporate accounts. The Winery is available for private events and fundraisers. Please call for information, details, & rates.
PERSONALIZED LABELS Custom private labels. We have examples for you to browse through for ideas on all occasions and life events. • Fun Holiday Gift Items • We Ship to Most States • Special Discounts for 6 Packs, Cases, Half & Full Batches of Wine
Voted Best Specialty Wine Shop in San Angelo Store Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12noon - 7pm Closed Sunday/Monday
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Concho Valley Winery Proudly offers a
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All Military Personnel, Police, Fire & EMS & ASU Students
113 E. Concho Ave. (Concho Crossing Shopping Center)
September 19, 5:30 – 9:00 pm Exhibit Opening Para La Familia: Paintings by Ricardo Hernandez and Fidencio Duran Narrative works by two extraordinary Texas artists, who draw from their own personal and family histories to create their paintings Future Lab – Visions & Choices VI the citizens of San Angelo are offered the chance to define and present their own concepts for the future of our community. October 18, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. at Sunken Garden Park (S. Abe & West Ave D) Exhibit Opening 2nd Annual Richard and Pam Salmon Sculpture Competition Large scale sculptures in a juried competition. Related events Oct 18-19 October 19, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m Eco Fair Family Day Celebrating and promoting environmental awareness and the local economy October 20, 2:00 pm Tromba Mundi San Angelo Chamber Music Series Concerts feature outstanding musicians from across Texas and the United States with both traditional chamber musicians and more broadly based contemporary or ethnic music groups. CMS Tickets $7-$12 November 17, 2:00 pm West Texas Jazz Orchestra Play It Again Concerts sparkle with jazz and big band music of the West Texas Jazz Orchestra led by band director Jim Bode. PIA Tickets $5-$10 Video Programs October 1, 5:30 pm Free video and discussion, Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World October 31, 7:00 pm Best of the Dallas Video Fest, $2
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Thursday, October 3 Pray San Angelo 10am-1pm – Use the Top of the Cactus location to look out over our town to pray for the citizens of our community AGLOW in the Top of the Cactus 6– 9pm Bring a dish to share for fellowship and prayers
Thursday, October 3 Ballroom & Mezzanine – Ducks Unlimited Annual fund raising banquet & auction FMI – Dave Spaulding 227-1851 email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, October 5 40 year reunion Central High School Class of 1973 – Ballroom & Mezzanine FMI Harry Theriot 281-740-2926
Saturday & Sunday, November 2 & 3 Fund Raiser Tea Parties benefitting Concho Valley Home for Girls/ Children’s Emergency Shelter FMI – Sammye Ruppeck 655-3821
Thursday, November 7 Pray San Angelo 10am-1pm – Use the Top of the Cactus location to look out over our town to pray for the citizens of our community AGLOW in the Top of the Cactus 6– 9 pm Bring a dish to share for fellowship and prayers
Friday & Saturday, November 15 & 16
Tuesday, October 8
ASU Choir presents Renaissance Madrigal Dinners in the Ballroom FMI Pamela Lee 942-2085 Tickets $25.00 per person
Chamber of Commerce luncheon at noon in Ballroom
Thursday, November 21
Tuesday, October 15 15th Annual Women’s Roundtable Event Small Business Development Center FMI – Jessica Lambert 942-2019
Thursday, October 17 ARTWALK with 15 artists located on the mezzanine and live music in the lobby
Friday & Saturday, October 18 & 19 45th Central High School Reunion for Classes 1967, 1968, & 1969 FMI – Tommy Wood 340-8540
ARTWALK with 15 different artists on the mezzanine and live music in the lobby
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Thursday, December 5 Pray San Angelo 10am-1pm – Use the Top of the Cactus location to look out over our town to pray for the citizens of our community AGLOW in the Top of the Cactus 6– 9pm. Bring a dish to share for fellowship and prayers.
Tuesday, December 17 Hospice Light Up A Life tree lighting in lobby FMI – Hospice of San Angelo 658-6524
Thursday, October 31168501 Thursday, December 19 Blood Sucker Ball United Blood Services FMI - Linda Grace 223-7500
ARTWALK with 15 artists on the mezzanine and live music in the lobby
*Most require a ticket for entry except the ARTWALKS, Pray San Angelo and the Hospice Tree Lighting.
34 E Concho Ave. • Historic Downtown San Angelo,TX • Mon - Sat. 10-6
DOWNTOWN San Angelo Sept 27-----------------------------------------------------Downtown Movie Night - EVERY FRIDAY Movies start time approximately 9:05 pm
Sep 28------------------------------------------------------10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Concho Valley Archaeology Fair, Fort Concho Viewing exhibits and demonstrations Free admission. Fort Concho Barracks 6, Commissary & Quartermaster buildings at Flipper and Burgess Streets. FMI: Callan Clark 325-763-7361 or email@example.com Oct 05-------------------------------------------------------7:00 PM San Angelo Symphony - Our Legacy Lives McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive beginning at 7:00 pm.
New Owners: Donnie Dorsey and Sara Schroyer Special Events Private Parties WE CAN CATER ANY EVENT
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Daily Lunch Specials Sandwiches & Paninis Greens-N-Things Chili Favorites Chuck Wagon Entrees Homemade Soup VOTED Runner-Up Best Place for Lunch
8:00 PM Cactus Music Series - Tromba Mundi Angelo Civic Theatre, 1936 Sherwood Way. FMI: 325-653-6793 Tickets also available at Blaire’s Western Wear, In Vino Veritas, Elite Physique. http:// trombamundi.net Oct 12--------------------------------------------------------8:00 am The Lion Clubs’ Pancake Extravaganza at the corner of Concho Ave. and South Chadbourne starts. 10:00 am Angelo State University Homecoming Parade Starts 9 am - 4pm. Downtown Arts and Crafts Show starts ART-OBER-FEST: The Sahawe Indian Dancers performing at 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the parking lot located across from the Cactus Hotel – 17 East Twohig. Oct 17--------------------------------------------------------5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Art Walk EVERY 3RD THURSDAY FREE TROLLEY to stops along the way starting at 6:00 pm. FMI: (325) 653-3333, (325) 653-6793, (325) 655-2345
36 East Twohig, San Angelo, Texas 76903 (In the Historic Cactus Hotel)
Oct 18--------------------------------------------------------San Angelo’s River Fest 2013 Join in all of the Downtown Activities to help celebrate the completion of the North Concho River Project. The two day event starts October 18th, 4:00 pm - 1:00 am and continues on Saturday, October 19th beginning at 9:00 am to 11:00 pm. A wide-vari-
WN EVENTS o ety of activities include a carnival, Salmon Sculpture reveal, golf tournament, Eco-Fair, activities at Kid’s Kingdom, paddle boats, canoe & kayak races, Bocce Ball & Chess, Skate competition, Water Lily Collection tours, Washer Pitching tournament, Baseball game, Cardboard Boat Regatta, Laser Light Show, Color Up 5K Run, River Stage Entertainment and so much more. Events take place along the North Concho River from Oakes Street upriver to 1st Street (basically the river downtown) FMI: 325-657-4279 - racetx.com/events
Sizes AAAA TO W Leading Brands: Munro, Dansko, Aetrex, Wolky, Orthaheel, Mephisto, Alegria, Fin Comfort, Naot and More.
Heavenly Shoes Boutique
Tue - Fri 10am - 6pm Saturday 10am-5pm 43 W. Twohig • Downtown San Angelo (Corner of Twohig & Irving)
Oct 26----------------------------------------------------The San Angelo 5k Run & Heart Walk “Downtown River Trail” FMI: sanangeloheartwalk. org Nov 09 8:00 PM -----------------------------------------------------Cactus Music Series, Karrin Allyson Grammy Nominated Vocalist Karrin Allyson in this MUST ATTEND concert. Tickets are available at Blair’s Western Wear, In Vino Veritas, Elite Physique Call: 325-653-6793 http://karrinallyson. com
Specializing in: Custom Platinum, Gold & Silver Jewelry Women & Mens Bridal • Diamond & Colored Stone Investments Appraisals • Jewelry & Watch Repair
Todd R. Kolls owner/G.G.A.J.P Graduate Gemologist Accredited Jewelry Professional 325.655.6557
IN THE CACTUS HOTEL, 36 E Twohig, Ste. 102
Nov 30-----------------------------------------Santa’s Santa Fe Christmas 703 South Chadbourne. Kick-off Friday, November 26, the show will be open every Friday and Saturday through the 18th of December. 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. each Friday and Saturday. Admission: Adults $4 and $2 for those under 12 with no charge for children under 4. Dec 06---------------------------------------------------Concho Christmas Celebration - Tour of Lights continuing through December 31st The tour is open Fridays & Saturdays 6 pm to midnight. Sundays through Thursdays 6 pm to 10 pm. Tour begins on 1st Street & Abe (just north of the Post Office). Donation of $5 per vehicle may be made at start of tour. Christmas at Old Fort Concho Day passes $3 - $7 Weekend passes $6 - $14 For additional information call Carol Cummings 325657-4441 SCHEDULE: Friday, December 6, 3-8 pm Saturday, December 7, 9am - 8pm Sunday, December 8 , 11am - 4pm Dec 07, 2013------------------------------------------A Christmas Fiesta Concert will take place at the McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Drive and begins at 7:00 pm.
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FL’s Garden FL’s Garden is open for private parties only. They are located on the Corner of Avenue A & Chadbourne, Downtown San Angelo. The owner, Fred Griffin will meet or exceed your wants and desires for an enchanted experience for your party guests. Serving only the finest and creative dishes with a wide range of appeal. To book a party email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Ca all 325-486 6-8661 1 or Email: email@example.com Corner of Avenue A & Chadbourne, Downtown
The Blues Inn
For Current Calendar of Events go to http://www.sealyflats.com/ New Saturday Schedule: Open 8 AM. ALL NEW Breakfast Menu includes waffles and chicken! The music starts at 9AM. DOWNTOWN MUSIC LIVE Radio Show from 1pm – 3pm
Concert Courtyard Six Dinner Concerts a Week Saturday Breakfast Concerts and an Afternoon Jam Anyone Welcome
We are Rod and Denise Brigman, the owners of Sealy Flats, Inc. Blues Inn and The Diner, our little slice of good ol’ days smack-dab in the middle of San Angelo. Our location is at 204 South Oakes Street, where history seems to come back to life. We currently have 3 suites, fittingly named after blues legends: T-Bone Walker, Sonny Boy Williamson, and our master suite, Howlin’ Wolf. 16
Miss Hattie’s Cathouse Lounge Live Music Every Friday and Saturday Night In the Cathouse Lounge. Full Bar available.
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The House of FiFi Dubois A little Slice of Retro Heaven! A Lounge Like None Other – The House of FiFi DuBois in San Angelo is a lounge dedicated to good times and all things retro. Nestled in the heart of historic downtown, FiFi’s is all about celebrating simpler times in modern ways. Their style is one of a kind with an ambiance that is equal parts Graceland and Haight-Ashbury. Great Music – Whether it be on stage or the house system, FiFi’s plays a little bit of everything for everybody. From rock & soul to country & blues they have all bases covered. Hand picked live acts are both refreshing and original. The Airstream – Ready for a little R&R right in the middle of FiFi’s? We have a bonafide Airstream travel trailer available for private party rentals conveniently parked just a few steps off the dance floor right in the heart of our lounge. Please contact us for more information about rates and availability. Coldest Drinks, Best Specials: Daily Specials – $2 Domestic, $3 Wells and $4 Crown-n-Down till 7pm Wednesday – Wine me Up! $1 off any glass of Wine all day & night! Thursday – Throwback Thursday! $3 Wells all day & night! Friday & Saturday – Weekend specials and great live music! Bands from San Angelo all the way to across the globe. Serving Hair o’ the Dawg and Big Bacon Marys starting at 7am only on Saturdays!
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The Black Swan Live music by internationally known singer Ellen Myer every Thursday and Saturday night. Open mic night every Thursday night! Ellen Myer can play almost any song for you to sing while the entire venue sits back and enjoys their specialty wine, beer and fine cheese selections. Far from a stiff environment, guests of the Black Swan agree this is the best downtown choice for meeting friends, having special evenings out with a loved one, or even just to stop in by yourself and do a wine tasting or purchase fine art. Susan hand selects each piece of art from around the world and offers them on display for your admiration and to take home if you so desire! Artists are also welcome to come in and talk with Susan about the Black Swan featuring their art for sale!
Live music every Thursday and Saturday evening
A relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere perfect for great conversation and good times! Owner Susan Daniel will help you pair her most excellent fine wines and beer, enjoyed by the glass or the bottle, with a selection of delicious cheese and cheesecake tastings. You cannot find her wines anywhere else in town - Susan makes sure of that! for Sale from Around the World
118 S. Chadbourne St, San Angelo
Wed-Thurs 4PM-9:30PM • Fri-Sat 3PM-12AM
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First Presbyterian Church Across the Street from City Hall
32 N. Irving St.
Clean all types of Leather - Belts, Purses, Jackets, Shoes, Boots etc. Conditioning All.
Worship Service........10:30 a.m. Sunday School............9:15 a.m.
17 S Chadbourne in the Continental Bldg. Ste. 103 Open : M-F 7:30AM-4PM
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Junior and Senior High Youth Programs ANGEL ACADEMY
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IT’S A GREAT DAY AT LOWE’S
Lowe’s is a neighborhood ghborhood market committed to doing the little XTRAS to meet the needs of our customers. At Lowe’s, we strive to give our customers the freshest meats, fruits, and veggies, fantastic promotions, and a fast and friendly checkout. We will do all this in an atmosphere that is fun for our customers and teammates alike.
2 South Main
1926 N. Bryant Blvd.
MON. thru SAT.
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110 Concho Downtown
Both our stores serve our customers of West Texas to the best of our ability.
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Gray & Brigman, PLLC Lawyers 206 W College Ave., San Angelo, TX
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October 18th - Tromba Mundi (Special Show in Angelo Civic Theatre) Trumpet ensemble, Tromba Mundi, is the collaborative effort of several wonderful players with impressive resumes. Founded in 2007 for the sole purpose of the exploration, promotion and performance of new works for trumpet ensemble,Tromba Mundi has recorded several world premiere compositions and continues to commission new music for the genre. Members have performed with the Cincinnati Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Summit Brass, New Mexico Philharmonic, Keystone Wind Ensemble, Atlantic Brass Band, Woody Hermann Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson’s Big Bop Nouveau, Glenn Miller Band and more.
“The Finest in Western & American Paintings” Raul Ruiz
Painter & Sculptor
325-655-0832 76 N Chadbourne San Angelo, TX
November 9th - Karrin Allyson (NYC - Multiple Grammy Nominee) “She’s been described as a “musician’s musician,” and for once the overused term actually makes sense — one of the jazz world’s finest.” — Don Heckman, The Los Angeles Times. Legendary jazz critic Gary Giddins in The Village Voice says, “Allyson coolly stakes her claim. She brings a timbre that is part ice and part grain — incisive, original, and emotionally convincing.” The Houston Press agrees: “If there’s a choir in heaven, someday the exquisite vocalist Karrin Allyson will lead it. She’s such an otherworldly talent that the creator probably already has her on heavy rotation.
Enjoy Fall at the Art Museum
Exhibits opening September 19th
Fall months at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts are filled with exhibit openings, educational activities, concerts and films. Two exhibits open on September 19 featuring paintings by Texas artists and the sixth installment of SAMFA’s Visions and Choices series. Join us October 18-19 for the opening of the Second Annual Richard and Pam Salmon Sculpture Competition with related activities and our 7th Annual Eco Fair Family Day. The museum’s popular education programs continue and our concert season starts in September along with two video programs set for October. There is something for everyone and everyone is welcome at your Museum of Fine Arts.
Para La Familia: Paintings by Ricardo Hernandez and Fidencio Duran Future Lab – Visions & Choices VI
Exhibits continue through November 10
2nd Annual Salmon Sculpture Competition week-end October 18-19
Courtesy Jim Bean
● Friday, October 18 Sculpture Symposium at ASU; Exhibit Opening at Sunken Garden Park ● Saturday, October 19 Workshops and activities at Old Chicken Farm Art Center
● Art Thursday, 3- 6 pm Free hands-on art activities for children and adult companions ● Friday Art Night for Teens, 5:30 – 8:30 pm Hang out and make art! $5 cover ● Family Day, 10 am – 3 pm Free exhibits, hands-on art activities & more, 2nd Saturday of month ● Eco Fair Family Day – Special Day – Saturday Oct 19 – 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Celebrating and promoting environmental awareness and the local economy.
Concert Series and Video Programs
Tues, Wed, Sat 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Thursdays 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Every 3rd Thurs for Art Walk until 9 p.m. Fridays 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. • Sundays 1 - 4 p.m.
One Love Street 20 San Angelo, Tx 76903
Adults: $2; Seniors: $1 Free: Families (adults with children under 18), SAMFA members, Military, Students, Children under 18
All concerts start at 2 pm ● CMS Tickets $7-$12 ● PIA Tickets $5-$10 Chamber Music Series Sunday, Sept 15 Conteño ● Sunday, Oct 20 Tromba Mundi Play It Again West Texas Jazz Orchestra Sunday, Sept 29 ● Sunday, Nov 17 Video Programs Tuesday, Oct 1, 5:30 pm Free video and discussion
Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World Thursday, Oct 31, 7 pm Best of the Dallas Video Fest, $2
Arts and Crafts Show Vendors – Pottery – Jewelry – 17 E. Twohig Oct 12th
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Lion Clubs Pancake Extravaganza Corner of Concho S. Chadbourne 8 a.m. Tickets $5 Angelo State University Homecoming Parade Starts at 10 am. The Sahawe Indian Dancers performing at 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the parking lot located across from the Cactus Hotel – 17 East Twohig. Oct 17, 2013 Downtown San Angelo, Inc. 24 West Concho Avenue
Ready, Set, Run! Several years ago, the
need for a breast cancer fundraiser in which all of the proceeds raised would stay local and assist women in the Concho Valley was prevalent. In 2008, the Shannon Pink Ribbon Run was born and is now the largest annual race in San Angelo.
“Proceeds from ���� ��� ������ ��� Shannon Women’s Imaging Center and its corresponding programs,” Michelle Snuggs, M.D., Shannon Women’s Imaging Center chief radiologist said. “Regular mammograms can detect cancer in its early stages and give women a head start on ���������� ���������� treatment. The Shannon
Women’s Imaging and MRI Center performs more than 10,000 mammograms a year. Our capability to provide digital mammograms allows us to view mammogram images more clearly, further helping to diagnose and begin treatment in the early stages.” �������� ��� ������ between a one-mile walk/fun run, 5k or ��� ���� ��� ���� ���
����������� ������� a t-shirt and breast cancer survivors are acknowledged with a pink survivor shirt. “We appreciate all the support we have received from our community and are excited to honor breast cancer survivors and ��� ��� ��� ������� �� grow,” Dr. Snuggs said.
Sixth Annual Shannon Pink Ribbon Run Saturday, October 5 Shannon Women’s & Children’s Hospital 201 E. Harris
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Register online at www.shannonhealth.com
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