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April Artwalk with Della Rose

  • Historic Downtown
  • 325-677-8389Center for Contemporary Arts
  • 04/09/20 - 04/09/20
  • 5 to 8 p.m.
  • Free

ArtWalk is a monthly mini arts festival downtown hosted by the Center for Contemporary Arts. Bring the entire family to historic downtown where restaurants, shops, museums, galleries and entertainment await you! Adult Beverages available for purchase in front of the Center for Contemporary Arts thanks to Cypress Street Station. Special thanks to Lone Star Dry Goods and Shiner/Reed Beverage for sponsoring! Della Rose will be playing from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. during the April Artwalk! 

 

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Rose Park Senior Activity Center Dance

  • Rose Park Senior Activity Center
  • 2625 S. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-734-5300Rose Park Senior Citizens
  • 04/09/20 - 04/09/20
  • 7 to 10 p.m.
  • $5.00

Put on your dancing shoes and pack the house for a live performance by Last Dance Band. This dance is specifically for those 55 years and older. 

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Christy Patton

  • The Mill Wine Bar & Event Center
  • 239 Locust St.Abilene
  • 325-788-0360The Mill Wine Bar
  • 04/10/20 - 04/10/20
  • 7 to 11 p.m.
  • Free

Come out to The Mill and enjoy a live performance by featured musician Christy Patton!

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Paramount Film - ‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance‘

  • Historic Paramount Theatre
  • 352 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-676-9620Verity Pryor-Harden
  • 04/10/20 - 04/10/20
  • 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • $7-Adults; $6-Seniors, students, military, children

Questions arise when Senator Stoddard (James Stewart) attends the funeral of a local man named Tom Doniphon (John Wayne) in a small Western town. Flashing back, we learn Doniphon saved Stoddard, when he was roughed up by a crew of outlaws terrorizing the town, led by Liberty Valance (Lee Marvin). As the territory's safety hung in the balance, Doniphon and Stoddard proved to be very important, but different, foes to Valance. 1962, drama/western, 2 hours and 14 minutes (with intermission). NR.

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PrimeTime Sports - Spring Shootout Abilene

  • Dodge Jones Youth Sports Center
  • 1342 Loop 322Abilene
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission applies

Come check out the new ‘big box’ gym as the Shootout heads to Abilene for the first time in five years. Hit the hardwood with The Best Game in Town. Basketball tournament for youth divisions: 3rd-12th grade boys and girls. 3 game guarantee. Team entry fee $180.

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Easter at the Zoo

  • Abilene Zoo
  • 2070 Zoo Ln.Abilene
  • 325-665-5764Kayli Denson
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 9 a.m.
  • Zoo admission applies.

Easter egg hunts in Zoo divided up in age groups!

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City Wide Passover Celebration

  • Stevenson Park
  • 541 E. N. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-305-3683Jimmy Brigham III
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Free

This is an amazing event that invites everyone to come together for the City Wide Passover Celebration. There will be a 3 on 3 basketball tournament from 10 am - 12 pm, register on the facebook link. Free food, fun and fellowship with bounce castles, music from DJ Flex, vendors, games and more from 12 pm - 3 pm. Live performances from an variety of entertainers.

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Free Tour of Historic Paramount Theatre

  • Historic Paramount Theatre
  • 352 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-676-9620Verity Pryor-Harden
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 12:30 to 1 p.m.
  • Free

Free tour of the historic Paramount Theatre. Come have a seat in our 1,200 seat theatre and see a short film about the history. Then we’ll pull back the curtains and take you behind the scenes of the theatre and it’s amazing restoration! No ticket or reservation needed. Tours last approximately 30 minutes.

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Family Fun Saturdays

  • The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586NCCIL
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 1 to 4 p.m.
  • Free

A come-and-go family program offered by our art educators who will help you and your little ones create a work of art using the style and medium of the featured artist in the gallery. Emphasis is on having fun while picking up valuable knowledge.

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Abilene Food Tour

  • 1101 N. 1st St.Abilene
  • 325-725-7702
  • 04/11/20 - 04/11/20
  • 1 to 3:30 p.m.
  • $55-Per person

Take a short walk and experience some of the absolute best flavors the big country has to offer. Each tour is a unique culinary adventure that combines food with history, architecture, and culture. You’ll spend around 2 1/2 hours walking, learning, and chatting while filling your belly with some delicious food from some of the top eateries in all of Abilene! Partners include Cypress Street Station, The Local, Vagabond Wood-Fired Pizza, McKay's Bakery, Candies by Vletas, and The Hallows Coffee + Cocktails.

 

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Rose Park Senior Activity Center Dance

  • Rose Park Senior Activity Center
  • 2625 S. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-734-5300Rose Park Senior Citizens
  • 04/16/20 - 04/16/20
  • 7 to 10 p.m.
  • $5.00

Put on your dancing shoes and pack the house for a live performance by Midnight Blue. This dance is specifically for those 55 years and older. 

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AOK Wild Wild West Karate Meet

  • Abilene Convention Center
  • 1100 N. 6th St.Abilene
  • 325-672-7022Larry Fields
  • 04/17/20 - 04/18/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission varies

Martial Arts competition that is open to all styles of martial arts and all ages. A.O.K. 'A' rated, triple points.

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Earth Day Abilene 2020

  • Unity of Abilene
  • 2842 Barrow St.Abilene
  • 325-280-7064Dawn Garrett
  • 04/18/20 - 04/18/20
  • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Free-Admission; Activities-Price varies

Children's games and activities, crafts, live music and the SAHAWE Native American Dancers! A full day of fun and entertainment to bring awareness to sustainability and celebrate Earth! There will also be a community upcycled fashion competition with prizes.

 

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Buffalo Trail Day

  • Taylor County History Center
  • 133 N. William St.Buffalo Gap
  • 325-572-3365Kenna Hogan
  • 04/18/20 - 04/18/20
  • 1 to 5 p.m.
  • Free

Family-friendly activities include, games, live music, May Farm Petting Zoo, and a living history program by the Texas Camel Corps! Food from the Chuck-wagon and desserts from Sugar Happy Eats will be available for purchase.

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Family Fun Saturdays

  • The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586NCCIL
  • 04/18/20 - 04/18/20
  • 1 to 4 p.m.
  • Free

A come-and-go family program offered by our art educators who will help you and your little ones create a work of art using the style and medium of the featured artist in the gallery. Emphasis is on having fun while picking up valuable knowledge.

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Abilene Food Tour

  • 1101 N. 1st St.Abilene
  • 325-725-7702
  • 04/18/20 - 04/18/20
  • 1 to 3:30 p.m.
  • $55-Per person

Take a short walk and experience some of the absolute best flavors the big country has to offer. Each tour is a unique culinary adventure that combines food with history, architecture, and culture. You’ll spend around 2 1/2 hours walking, learning, and chatting while filling your belly with some delicious food from some of the top eateries in all of Abilene! Partners include Cypress Street Station, The Local, Vagabond Wood-Fired Pizza, McKay's Bakery, Candies by Vletas, and The Hallows Coffee + Cocktails.

 

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UIL Region 1-3A Golf Championships

  • Shady Oaks Golf Club
  • 3542 CR 268Baird
  • 325-674-4820Michael Rasor
  • 04/20/20 - 04/23/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission varies

High school boys and girls compete for regional golf championships.

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APPP Small Business Mixer

  • Station 1 Venue
  • 140 Mulberry St.Abilene
  • 325-518-6790Jen Harmel
  • 04/20/20 - 04/20/20
  • 2 p.m.
  • $15

With all the changes to events and the way we must all conduct our business and day-to-day lives, we have decided now is the best time to find ways to help small business stay connected. That's why A People Party Productions decided so keep their Spring Mixer on the calendar and take it to a LIVE STREAM for everyone to join!

They will be interviewing their guests streaming live from their Facebook page: A People Party Productions. Simply go to their page and begin watching and engaging with any questions and comments you might have. The first 25 folks that tune in live and give us a shout out will receive a fun swag bag with goodies from local business we are excited to partner with!

Tickets for the virtual stream are an optional online suggested donation of $5 to help them continue to produce events that connect and support the Makers + Creators. Your support is appreciated more than you know! ♥

DONATE HERE: https://a-people-party-productions.square.site/
or VENMO: @apeoplepartyproductions

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Rose Park Senior Activity Center Dance

  • Rose Park Senior Activity Center
  • 2625 S. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-734-5300Rose Park Senior Citizens
  • 04/23/20 - 04/23/20
  • 7 to 10 p.m.
  • $5.00

Put on your dancing shoes and pack the house for a live performance by Muddy Creek. This dance is specifically for those 55 years and older. 

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UIL Region 1-3A Track & Field Championships

  • Abilene Christian University, Elmer Gray Stadium
  • 1600 Campus Ct.Abilene
  • 325-674-4820Michael Rasor
  • 04/24/20 - 04/25/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission varies

High school boys and girls from region 1 conference 3A compete for regional championships.

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Noah Project Golf Tournament 2020

  • Abilene Country Club South
  • 34 Fairway Oaks Blvd.Abilene
  • 325-676-7107Jan Morrison
  • 04/24/20 - 04/24/20
  • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • $600-Team Registration (4 players); Sponsorship's starting at $300

Calling all golfers and Abilene-area businesses! Mark your calendars and plan to attend Noah Project’s annual Golf Tournament in support of its mission, and receive an invitation to the most fun Par-Tee of the year!

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Little River Band

  • Abilene Convention Center Auditorium
  • 1100 N. 6th St.Abilene
  • 325-864-9119Stan West
  • 04/24/20 - 04/24/20
  • 7:30 p.m. to Midnight
  • $31-$79

Come out for a memorable evening as Little River Band performs for the first time in Abilene!

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Party for the Planet

  • Abilene Zoo
  • 2070 Zoo Ln.Abilene
  • 325-437-4914
  • 04/25/20 - 04/25/20
  • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • $8-Adults; $7-Seniors (60+); $5.50-Children (ages 3 to 12); Free-Children 2 and younger

Celebrate Earth Day at the Abilene Zoo! 

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Blood Drive

  • Mall of Abilene - Women's Dillard's Courtyard
  • 4310 Buffalo Gap Rd.Abilene
  • 325-670-2798Kelsey Caprio
  • 04/25/20 - 04/25/20
  • 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Free

Hosted by Hendrick Regional Blood Center.

 

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Family Fun Saturdays

  • The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586NCCIL
  • 04/25/20 - 04/25/20
  • 1 to 4 p.m.
  • Free

A come-and-go family program offered by our art educators who will help you and your little ones create a work of art using the style and medium of the featured artist in the gallery. Emphasis is on having fun while picking up valuable knowledge.

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Abilene Food Tour

  • 1101 N. 1st St.Abilene
  • 325-725-7702
  • 04/25/20 - 04/25/20
  • 1 to 3:30 p.m.
  • $55-Per person

Take a short walk and experience some of the absolute best flavors the big country has to offer. Each tour is a unique culinary adventure that combines food with history, architecture, and culture. You’ll spend around 2 1/2 hours walking, learning, and chatting while filling your belly with some delicious food from some of the top eateries in all of Abilene! Partners include Cypress Street Station, The Local, Vagabond Wood-Fired Pizza, McKay's Bakery, Candies by Vletas, and The Hallows Coffee + Cocktails.

 

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Colton Rice

  • The Stairs Club
  • 141 1/2 Oak St.Abilene
  • 325-268-1048The Stairs Club
  • 04/25/20 - 04/25/20
  • 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
  • $12-Advance; $15-At the door

Come out and enjoy live music from a new Texas Country artist that will put on quite a show.

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Dog Man, The Musical

  • Historic Paramount Theatre
  • 352 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-677-1161Hollye Jaklewicz
  • 04/26/20 - 04/26/20
  • 2 to 3:15 p.m.
  • $10-Person; $9-Military

A hilarious new production based on the worldwide bestselling series from Dav Pilkey, the creator of Captain Underpants. Kid comic book writers George and Harold set out to write a musical based on their character, Dog Man, who loves to fight crime and chew on the furniture.

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UIL Region 1-3A Tennis Tournament

  • Rose Park Tennis Center
  • 810 Portland Ave.Abilene
  • 325-364-4820Michael Rasor
  • 04/27/20 - 04/28/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Call for admission

Watch as Texas high schools from Conference 3A Region 1 compete for regional championships.

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One Million Cups - Abilene

  • McMurry University
  • 1400 Sayles Blvd.Abilene
  • 325-677-7241
  • 04/29/20 - 04/29/20
  • 9 to 10 a.m.
  • Free

The Abilene Chamber of Commerce and McMurry University Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship are excited to bring this event to the Abilene community. If you are an entrepeneur searching for a way to connect with other entrepreneurs to discover solutions for small business needs, this is for you! Started by the Ewin Marion Kauffman Foundation, this is a free program designed to educate, engage and inspire entrepreneurs over coffee. There will be a 20-minute presentation from a local entrepreneur who will present their business. The remaining 40 minutes of the event will be dedicated to informal networking with other entrepreneurs and students. Free coffee and light refreshments will be served.

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Retirement Reception and Dinner for Dr. Pug Parris

  • Kimbrell Arena, McMurry University
  • 1400 Sayles Blvd.Abilene
  • 325-793-4667Nancy Smith
  • 04/30/20 - 04/30/20
  • 5:30 to 10:30 p.m.
  • Admission varies

Dr. Parris has taught at McMurry University for 42 years; this event hosted by McMurry will be in recognition for her service to the university and Abilene, as well as her accomplishments in her profession throughout the state of Texas.

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Rose Park Senior Activity Center Dance

  • Rose Park Senior Activity Center
  • 2625 S. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-734-5300Rose Park Senior Citizens
  • 04/30/20 - 04/30/20
  • 7 to 10 p.m.
  • $5.00

Put on your dancing shoes and pack the house for a live performance by Exit 277. This dance is specifically for those 55 years and older.

 

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Big Country Soccer Association Spring Fling

  • Abilene National Soccer Complex
  • 3025 Maple St.Abilene
  • 325-691-1600Michael Brooks
  • 05/01/20 - 05/03/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission varies

Youth boys and girls soccer tournament.

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Texas High School Powerlifting State Championships

  • Taylor County Expo Center
  • 1700 HWY 36Abilene
  • 281-798-6503J. Jensen
  • 05/01/20 - 05/02/20
  • 8:30 a.m.
  • Admission applies

The Texas High School Powerlifting Association is an organization of high schools dedicated to the promoting of friendly, healthy, and highly organized competition in the sport of Powerlifting to the athletes of Texas.  Watch the best power lifters in the state compete.

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Art Adventure - May 2020

  • National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586NCCIL
  • 05/01/20 - 05/01/20
  • 10:30 a.m.
  • Free (Reservations Requested)

This mom and tot program for preschoolers combines different aspects of visual and verbal literacy by exposing the children to books and art based on the featured artist in the gallery.

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USTA May Challenger

  • Rose Park Tennis Center
  • 810 Portland Ave.Abilene
  • 325-676-6292Chris Redman
  • 05/02/20 - 05/03/20
  • 8 a.m.
  • Admission varies.

Challenger boys' and girls' singles: 78' Yellow Ball, ages 12-18.

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Family Fun Saturdays

  • The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586NCCIL
  • 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
  • 1 to 4 p.m.
  • Free

A come-and-go family program offered by our art educators who will help you and your little ones create a work of art using the style and medium of the featured artist in the gallery. Emphasis is on having fun while picking up valuable knowledge.

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Abilene Food Tour

  • 1101 N. 1st St.Abilene
  • 325-725-7702
  • 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
  • 1 to 3:30 p.m.
  • $55-Per person

Take a short walk and experience some of the absolute best flavors the big country has to offer. Each tour is a unique culinary adventure that combines food with history, architecture, and culture. You’ll spend around 2 1/2 hours walking, learning, and chatting while filling your belly with some delicious food from some of the top eateries in all of Abilene! Partners include Cypress Street Station, The Local, Vagabond Wood-Fired Pizza, McKay's Bakery, Candies by Vletas, and The Hallows Coffee + Cocktails.

 

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Art in the Park

  • The Center for Contemporary Arts
  • 220 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-677-8389
  • 05/02/20 - 05/02/20
  • 6:30 to 10 p.m.
  • Admission varies.

Art in the Park: Celebrating the Grand Re-Opening of Minter Park is a collaborative event between the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, The Center for Contemporary Arts and the City of Abilene. A ticketed dinner will take place in front of The Center and Minter Park to celebrate! Tickets available at center-arts.com

Abilene Gives

  • 325-676-3883Megan Dobbs
  • 05/05/20 - 05/05/20

Abilene Gives is a 24-hour day of giving to raise money and awareness for local nonprofits. Just go to abilenegives.org on May 5 to give to any of the 100+ causes! Abilene Gives is powered by the Community Foundation of Abilene.

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Cinco de Rhino

  • Abilene Zoo
  • 2070 Zoo Ln.Abilene
  • 325-676-6085
  • 05/05/20 - 05/05/20
  • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • $8-Adults; $7-Seniors (60+); $5.50-Children ages 3 to 12; Free-Children ages 2 and younger

Celebrate Mexican-American culture for Cinco de Mayo at the Abilene Zoo. The zoo's animal collection will highlight which species can be found south of the border! 

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Rose Park Senior Activity Center Dance

  • Rose Park Senior Activity Center
  • 2625 S. 7th St.Abilene
  • 325-734-5300Rose Park Senior Citizens
  • 05/07/20 - 05/07/20
  • 7 to 10 p.m.
  • $5.00

Put on your dancing shoes and pack the house for a live performance by Moonlight Bandits. This dance is specifically for those 55 years and older. 

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Women's Fashion Evolution: 1900s-1920s

  • The Grace Museum
  • 102 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4587Lori Thornton
  • 06/01/19 - 07/04/20
  • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • $6 Adults; $3-seniors, students and educators with ID, non-active duty military; Free-Children ages 3 and younger, museum members, active duty military and families with ID

The Grace Museum's doors are open, and the safety and well-being of visitors, volunteers, and staff remain their highest priority. As they continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, they are taking many precautions to prevent the spread of germs, including increasing the number of daily cleanings and availability of hand sanitation. Public areas continue to be cleaned daily, and we are increasing the frequency of cleanings throughout high-touch and high-traffic areas. Out of an abundance of caution for our guests, the Children’s Museum on the second floor will be temporarily closed beginning March 16th through the end of the month

From the Gibson Girl to the Flapper, women's fashion evolution from the early 1900s to the 1920s in the United States was due to new economic and social factors for women. These three decades were a defining time as many women fought for the right to vote, joined the work force during World War I, and changed the traditional social norms for women from the previous century.

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NCCIL Exhibit Yuyi Morales: Sonadora

  • The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature
  • 102 Cedar St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4586
  • 11/14/19 - 05/28/20
  • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Free

For the safety of the public at large, the NCCIL will be closed beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020 through Sunday, March 22, 2020.

Morales was born in Xalapa, Mexico in 1968. The influence of her Mexican birthright and culture is evident in all of her titles and helps to identify the power of heritage in the work of children’s picture books. Her family was made of avid storytellers, which laid a foundation of creative communication from the beginning of Yuyi’s life. Be inspired by Yuyi's extraordinary art during this exhibition. 

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The Grace Museum Exhibition - David McManaway: Cult of the Commonplace

  • The Grace Museum
  • 102 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4587
  • 03/07/20 - 08/15/20
  • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • $6 Adults; $3-seniors, students and educators with ID, non-active duty military; Free-Children ages 3 and younger, museum members, active duty military and families with ID

The Grace Museum's doors are open, and the safety and well-being of visitors, volunteers, and staff remain their highest priority. As they continue to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, they are taking many precautions to prevent the spread of germs, including increasing the number of daily cleanings and availability of hand sanitation. Public areas continue to be cleaned daily, and we are increasing the frequency of cleanings throughout high-touch and high-traffic areas. Out of an abundance of caution for our guests, the Children’s Museum on the second floor will be temporarily closed beginning March 16th through the end of the month.

The art of David McManaway (1927-2010) has an underground cult following. Research for this exhibition and numerous conversations with his friends and colleagues tell us that he would be pleased by this state of affairs. But, many McManaway collectors and former colleagues lament the apparent lack of credit his work has received since his passing in 2010. The mission to spotlight McManaway’s life and work in a solo exhibition has officially become a cause célèbre. This exhibition presents a long overdue review of important work from his prodigious 50-year career to reexamine his role as a major artist and influencer in Texas and beyond.

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Pop-Up Make-N-Take at The Grace

  • The Grace Museum
  • 102 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4587
  • 04/07/20 - 04/09/20
  • 10 a.m.
  • Free

Create a special free make-n-take project this week in the Rock 'n' Roll Diner located on the second floor just outside the Children's Museum. This project is supported by a grant from the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, HeARTS for the ARTS, the Abilene Arts Alliance and the City of Abilene.

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Home School Art Classes at The Grace Museum

  • The Grace Museum
  • 102 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4587
  • 04/14/20 - 04/14/20
  • 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • $3-Per student; Free-Members of Big Country Home Educators (BCHE)

All home school students and parents are invited to attend The Grace's monthly art classes. Topics range from fine art techniques, to art history, to culture and traditions. Classes are available for K-12 aged students. APRIL PROJECT: Study the work of Van Gough and create a masterpiece of your own.

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Pop-Up Make-N-Take at The Grace

  • The Grace Museum
  • 102 Cypress St.Abilene
  • 325-673-4587
  • 04/14/20 - 04/16/20
  • 10 a.m.
  • Free

Create a special free make-n-take project this week in the Rock 'n' Roll Diner located on the second floor just outside the Children's Museum. This project is supported by a grant from the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, HeARTS for the ARTS, the Abilene Arts Alliance and the City of Abilene.

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Military Appreciation Day

  • Taylor County History Center
  • 133 N. William St.Buffalo Gap
  • 13255723365Robbie Loomis
  • 04/18/20 - 04/18/20
  • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Free

All current and former military personnel and their families receive free admission to the Taylor County History Center.

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Jay Moore Presents: Abilene in the '20s and '30s

  • Historic Paramount Theatre
  • 352 Cypress St.Abilene
  • (325) 676-9620
  • 04/21/20 - 04/21/20
  • 7:30 to 9 p.m.
  • Free

Historian and author, Jay Moore, will present a new lecture that will be free and open to the public at the Historic Paramount Theatre.