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Grease Runs July 27 August 11

The final main series show for the 2011-2012 season is the legendary musical, Grease, which opened on July 27. Season members may make reservations and purchase additional tickets. Tickets were on sale to the general public on July 24. Tickets are $25 for adults and $13 for students/children. Evening performances (8 p.m.) will be August 2-3-4-9-1011. Sunday matinees (2:30 p.m.) will be August 5 and 12. The immensely popular 1950s musical follows the antics of a group of Rydell High School seniors as they navigate their way through the complexities of love, cars and drive-ins. This rock and roll show contains the hits, "Summer Lovin'," "Greased Lightin'," "Beauty School Dropout" and many more. Temple Civic Theatre 2413 South 13th St 254-778-4751 www.artstemple.com

Shop Local at Temple’s Farmer’s Market

August-September 2012

A variety of fresh fruit and vegetables from local growers awaits you at the Temple Farmer’s Market! Colors, tastes and smells unmatched by grocery store offerings invite you to take your time selecting your deliciously fresh produce. The farmer’s market offers a wide selection of organic and pesticide free produce. Make sure to come early for the best selection and variety. Temple Farmer’s Market is located at 212 S Main Street under the Community Market Pavilion. For more information about vendor spaces contact Mary Coppin at (254)778-2104.

Hours Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays 7:00am to 1:00 pm or until everything sells out. Open late May through September/October, depending on the season.

Calendar of Events September 8 Movies in the Park The Adventures of Tin Tin @6:30 PM

August 2-12 Grease @ Temple Civic Theater August 7 Central Texas Film Society hosts Brief Encounter @ Cultural Activities Center 6:30pm

September 8 Centex Siren vs. Randall County @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center 7PM

August 8th Centex Sirens vs San Antonio @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center 7PM

Stop in at the Temple Visitor Center for a variety of Temple souvenirs, phonebooks, Temple/Bell County maps, and over 100 brochures from popular Texas travel destinations and attractions! The center is located at 120 W. Central Avenue in Historic Downtown Temple. Operating hours are Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local information is available on the Temple CVB website at www.discovertemple.com or call 254-298-5900. Comments and suggestions are always welcome! Please mail to Temple CVB, 120 W. Central Ave., Temple, TX 76501 or email them to sfarias@templetx.gov

August 13 Carnival of Madness @ Bell County Expo Center August 17-19 Tax Free Weekend August 18 Monte Montgomery @ Cultural Activities Center 7:30pm August 21 Central Texas Film Society City Lights @ Cultural Activities Center 6:30pm August 23-25 Just Between Friends @Bell County Expo Center

September 08-09 Sami Arts & Crafts Show @Bell County Expo Center

September 15 & 16 30th Annual Temple Model Train Show @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center September 22-23 Lone Star Gun Show @ Bell County Expo Center September 23 A Far Cry Concert @ Cultural Activities Center 4:00 pm September 27 Canton Bus Trip Depart from Santa Fe Depot 6AM September 28-30 Austin Cat Fanciers @Bell County Expo Center

August 31-02 Central Texas State Fair @ Bell County Expo Center

For a complete list of upcoming events, visit www.discovertemple.com

OFOPREN DAILY 2 THE 201 SUMMER ON! SEAS Last year, more than 38,000 people made use of the water park and Temple Parks and Leisure Services officials are expecting this year to be even more popular. “This is the Lions Junction’s fourth season and every year the community becomes more aware that we have such a wonderful water park so close to home and our attendance grows every year. We are excited that more people are taking advantage of what Temple has to offer,” said Chuck Ramm, Temple Parks and Leisure Services Recreation Superintendent. Lions Junction is located at 5000 South 5th Street in Temple and features two water slides, a lazy river, a beach entry pool, and a splash playground. “Lions Junction is a great place for all ages, from the water slides to the lazy river and the splash pad there is something for everyone to enjoy,” said Aquatics Coordinator Keith Dawson. “Best of all it is right here in Temple!” “Visitors can purchase a day pass or a season membership which can really save money if you plan on visiting the park several times over the summer,” said Dawson. In addition to day passes and season memberships, interested individuals and groups can rent either the park’s large pavilion during normal park hours or rent the entire park from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Thursdays and 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. “Renting the water park has become very popular for parties, group get-togethers, and corporate events,” continued Dawson. “We have limited rental opportunities and the spaces fill up fast, so those wishing to rent should contact 254-298-5690 to reserve their space as soon as possible.” For more information about Lions Junction Family Water Park, including how to rent the facility, please call Temple Parks and Leisure Services Department at 254-298-5690 or visit www.LionsJunction.com.


1. Barrington Apts. 2. Travelodge 3. Best Western 4. Budget Inn 5. Classic Inn 6. Baymont Inn & Suites 7. Continental Motor Inn 8. Days Inn 9. Eagle Inn 10. Econo Lodge 11. Economy Inn 12. Fairfield Inn 13. Great Western Inn 14. Country Inn & Suites 15. Hilton Garden Inn 16. Stratford House Inn II 17. Holiday Inn 18. Knights Inn 19. Laquinta Inn 20. Motel 6 21. Oasis Motel 22. Quality Inn 23. Ranch House Inc. 24. America’s Best Value Inn 25. Residence Inn by Marriott 26. Stratford House Inn 27. Super 8 28. Temple Inn 29. Texas Inn 30. Candlewood Suites

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The Temple Historic Preservation Committee will hold a Marker Presentation honoring Clarence Martin Gym as the latest recipient of a Temple Historic Marker. The reception will be held Wednesday August 8th at 3:30, at Clarence Martin Gym located at 102 West Elm Avenue Temple TX. Clarence Martin Gym was built in the 1930’s and originally used as the gym for Temple High School. In 1965 Temple High School was torn down but the gym remained and was quickly acquired by Temple’s Park and Leisure Services. Since then the facility has been used by various city programs, local organizations and athletic events. The City of Temple has maintained the building over the years due to its importance within the community. The latest renovation was completed May 2012 with the gym receiving new flooring. For more information about the gym’s activities and rental information please contact Tracey Klusacek at 298-5582. The Historic Marker Program was designed to recognize historically significant structures within the city, while encouraging preservation and restoration. In order for a property to be considered for a Temple Historic Marker, the property owner must fill out an application and submit it with supporting documentation to the Historic Preservation Committee. There is a small application fee, which is currently half off for the summer months. After an application is submitted the committee will review the pending application and make a decision. Anyone interested in learning more about the Historic Marker Program or to RSVP for the presentation please call 298-5900.

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30th Annual Temple Model Train Show

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Central Texas Area Model Railroaders (CentraMod Inc.) is a Non Profit (501.C, 3) organization dedicated to promoting the hobby of Model Railroading. They are located in the Historic Moody Train Depot in downtown Temple, TX. The first and third Saturdays of each month we are open to the public free of charge. CentraMod members also volunteer their time and work hand in hand on special events with the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum, the Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau, Scott and White Children’s Hospital, Various Railroad Historical Societies across Texas, BNSF Railroad Operation Safety, and the Mayborn Museum at Baylor University.

1. 2. Baker Field 3. Carver Park 4. 5. 6. Colquitt Park 7. Draughon Park 8. Ferguson Park & Splash 9. Freedom Park 10. Gober Party House 11. Hodge Park 12. Jackson Park 13. Jaycee Park 14. Jefferson Park 15. Jeff Hamilton Park 16. Jones Park 17. Kiwanis Park 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Summit Fitness & Recreation Center 25. 26. Temple Skate Park 27. 28. 29. Whistle Stop Playground

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lion’s Junction Family Water Park 7. Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center

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10. Czech Heritage Musuem & Genealogy Center 11. 12. 13. 14. Temple Mall 15. Wal-Mart Super Center

Every Third weekend in September they have the largest Model Train Show in Central Texas. This year will be the 30th. The Temple Model Train Show is presented annually by the Central Texas Area Model Railroaders (CentraMod Inc.) as their primary fund raising event. The Show will fill every room of the Frank Mayborn Convention Center with Models, how-to clinics, Train videos on the big screen, club booths, and on average more than 50 vendors, selling railroad memorabilia, model trains of all scales and railroad artwork. There will be a completed model railroad layout raffle prize and a Kidde layout that children can run. The $5.00 admission is good for both days and a discount is offered to senior citizens and active duty military. Children under 12 are free with an adult. Plenty of free parking and RV Sites with electric and water are available. For more info about CentraMod Inc and the Temple Model Train Show go to www.centramod.com


1. Barrington Apts. 2. Travelodge 3. Best Western 4. Budget Inn 5. Classic Inn 6. Baymont Inn & Suites 7. Continental Motor Inn 8. Days Inn 9. Eagle Inn 10. Econo Lodge 11. Economy Inn 12. Fairfield Inn 13. Great Western Inn 14. Country Inn & Suites 15. Hilton Garden Inn 16. Stratford House Inn II 17. Holiday Inn 18. Knights Inn 19. Laquinta Inn 20. Motel 6 21. Oasis Motel 22. Quality Inn 23. Ranch House Inc. 24. America’s Best Value Inn 25. Residence Inn by Marriott 26. Stratford House Inn 27. Super 8 28. Temple Inn 29. Texas Inn 30. Candlewood Suites

1. Village of Salado, City of Belton

Scott & White Childrens Hospital

Temple College

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CLARENCE MARTIN GYM

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The Temple Historic Preservation Committee will hold a Marker Presentation honoring Clarence Martin Gym as the latest recipient of a Temple Historic Marker. The reception will be held Wednesday August 8th at 3:30, at Clarence Martin Gym located at 102 West Elm Avenue Temple TX. Clarence Martin Gym was built in the 1930’s and originally used as the gym for Temple High School. In 1965 Temple High School was torn down but the gym remained and was quickly acquired by Temple’s Park and Leisure Services. Since then the facility has been used by various city programs, local organizations and athletic events. The City of Temple has maintained the building over the years due to its importance within the community. The latest renovation was completed May 2012 with the gym receiving new flooring. For more information about the gym’s activities and rental information please contact Tracey Klusacek at 298-5582. The Historic Marker Program was designed to recognize historically significant structures within the city, while encouraging preservation and restoration. In order for a property to be considered for a Temple Historic Marker, the property owner must fill out an application and submit it with supporting documentation to the Historic Preservation Committee. There is a small application fee, which is currently half off for the summer months. After an application is submitted the committee will review the pending application and make a decision. Anyone interested in learning more about the Historic Marker Program or to RSVP for the presentation please call 298-5900.

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Central Texas Area Model Railroaders (CentraMod Inc.) is a Non Profit (501.C, 3) organization dedicated to promoting the hobby of Model Railroading. They are located in the Historic Moody Train Depot in downtown Temple, TX. The first and third Saturdays of each month we are open to the public free of charge. CentraMod members also volunteer their time and work hand in hand on special events with the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum, the Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau, Scott and White Children’s Hospital, Various Railroad Historical Societies across Texas, BNSF Railroad Operation Safety, and the Mayborn Museum at Baylor University.

1. 2. Baker Field 3. Carver Park 4. 5. 6. Colquitt Park 7. Draughon Park 8. Ferguson Park & Splash 9. Freedom Park 10. Gober Party House 11. Hodge Park 12. Jackson Park 13. Jaycee Park 14. Jefferson Park 15. Jeff Hamilton Park 16. Jones Park 17. Kiwanis Park 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Summit Fitness & Recreation Center 25. 26. Temple Skate Park 27. 28. 29. Whistle Stop Playground

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lion’s Junction Family Water Park 7. Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center

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10. Czech Heritage Musuem & Genealogy Center 11. 12. 13. 14. Temple Mall 15. Wal-Mart Super Center

Every Third weekend in September they have the largest Model Train Show in Central Texas. This year will be the 30th. The Temple Model Train Show is presented annually by the Central Texas Area Model Railroaders (CentraMod Inc.) as their primary fund raising event. The Show will fill every room of the Frank Mayborn Convention Center with Models, how-to clinics, Train videos on the big screen, club booths, and on average more than 50 vendors, selling railroad memorabilia, model trains of all scales and railroad artwork. There will be a completed model railroad layout raffle prize and a Kidde layout that children can run. The $5.00 admission is good for both days and a discount is offered to senior citizens and active duty military. Children under 12 are free with an adult. Plenty of free parking and RV Sites with electric and water are available. For more info about CentraMod Inc and the Temple Model Train Show go to www.centramod.com


Grease Runs July 27 August 11

The final main series show for the 2011-2012 season is the legendary musical, Grease, which opened on July 27. Season members may make reservations and purchase additional tickets. Tickets were on sale to the general public on July 24. Tickets are $25 for adults and $13 for students/children. Evening performances (8 p.m.) will be August 2-3-4-9-1011. Sunday matinees (2:30 p.m.) will be August 5 and 12. The immensely popular 1950s musical follows the antics of a group of Rydell High School seniors as they navigate their way through the complexities of love, cars and drive-ins. This rock and roll show contains the hits, "Summer Lovin'," "Greased Lightin'," "Beauty School Dropout" and many more. Temple Civic Theatre 2413 South 13th St 254-778-4751 www.artstemple.com

Shop Local at Temple’s Farmer’s Market

August-September 2012

A variety of fresh fruit and vegetables from local growers awaits you at the Temple Farmer’s Market! Colors, tastes and smells unmatched by grocery store offerings invite you to take your time selecting your deliciously fresh produce. The farmer’s market offers a wide selection of organic and pesticide free produce. Make sure to come early for the best selection and variety. Temple Farmer’s Market is located at 212 S Main Street under the Community Market Pavilion. For more information about vendor spaces contact Mary Coppin at (254)778-2104.

Hours Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays 7:00am to 1:00 pm or until everything sells out. Open late May through September/October, depending on the season.

Calendar of Events September 8 Movies in the Park The Adventures of Tin Tin @6:30 PM

August 2-12 Grease @ Temple Civic Theater August 7 Central Texas Film Society hosts Brief Encounter @ Cultural Activities Center 6:30pm

September 8 Centex Siren vs. Randall County @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center 7PM

August 8th Centex Sirens vs San Antonio @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center 7PM

Stop in at the Temple Visitor Center for a variety of Temple souvenirs, phonebooks, Temple/Bell County maps, and over 100 brochures from popular Texas travel destinations and attractions! The center is located at 120 W. Central Avenue in Historic Downtown Temple. Operating hours are Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local information is available on the Temple CVB website at www.discovertemple.com or call 254-298-5900. Comments and suggestions are always welcome! Please mail to Temple CVB, 120 W. Central Ave., Temple, TX 76501 or email them to sfarias@templetx.gov

August 13 Carnival of Madness @ Bell County Expo Center August 17-19 Tax Free Weekend August 18 Monte Montgomery @ Cultural Activities Center 7:30pm August 21 Central Texas Film Society City Lights @ Cultural Activities Center 6:30pm August 23-25 Just Between Friends @Bell County Expo Center

September 08-09 Sami Arts & Crafts Show @Bell County Expo Center

September 15 & 16 30th Annual Temple Model Train Show @ Frank Mayborn Convention Center September 22-23 Lone Star Gun Show @ Bell County Expo Center September 23 A Far Cry Concert @ Cultural Activities Center 4:00 pm September 27 Canton Bus Trip Depart from Santa Fe Depot 6AM September 28-30 Austin Cat Fanciers @Bell County Expo Center

August 31-02 Central Texas State Fair @ Bell County Expo Center

For a complete list of upcoming events, visit www.discovertemple.com

OFOPREN DAILY 2 THE 201 SUMMER ON! SEAS Last year, more than 38,000 people made use of the water park and Temple Parks and Leisure Services officials are expecting this year to be even more popular. “This is the Lions Junction’s fourth season and every year the community becomes more aware that we have such a wonderful water park so close to home and our attendance grows every year. We are excited that more people are taking advantage of what Temple has to offer,” said Chuck Ramm, Temple Parks and Leisure Services Recreation Superintendent. Lions Junction is located at 5000 South 5th Street in Temple and features two water slides, a lazy river, a beach entry pool, and a splash playground. “Lions Junction is a great place for all ages, from the water slides to the lazy river and the splash pad there is something for everyone to enjoy,” said Aquatics Coordinator Keith Dawson. “Best of all it is right here in Temple!” “Visitors can purchase a day pass or a season membership which can really save money if you plan on visiting the park several times over the summer,” said Dawson. In addition to day passes and season memberships, interested individuals and groups can rent either the park’s large pavilion during normal park hours or rent the entire park from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Thursdays and 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. “Renting the water park has become very popular for parties, group get-togethers, and corporate events,” continued Dawson. “We have limited rental opportunities and the spaces fill up fast, so those wishing to rent should contact 254-298-5690 to reserve their space as soon as possible.” For more information about Lions Junction Family Water Park, including how to rent the facility, please call Temple Parks and Leisure Services Department at 254-298-5690 or visit www.LionsJunction.com.

August-September 2012  

All the lastest happening for Temple TX for August and September 2012. Temple is more than you expect!

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