This Week’s Event Highlights: June 25 – July 1

Tuesday, June 26: Chick-fil-A Lū’au (4:30 – 7 pm)

Join us for some summer fun!
There will be hula dancers, Cow, and much more!
No reservation needed – Just come and enjoy the party with us!

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Wednesday, June 27: Nancy & Her Friends at WF Public Library (2-3 pm)

Nancy Burks Worcester is a much sought-after ventriloquist and public speaker, having performed in nearly every state as well as Mexico and Newfoundland. She has delighted audiences at storytelling festivals across the Southwest, and thousands of churches, schools and libraries from coast to coast.

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Thursday, June 28: Animal Adventures at RBNC (3-4 pm)

Come see our live animal presentation on Thursday, June 28, at 3pm! Learn all about the animals who live at River Bend. All ages are welcome, and price is included with general admission. Free for RBNC members.

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Thursday, June 28: School of Rock – Backdoor Theatre (7:30 pm)

Rock got no reason, rock got no rhyme…You better get me to school on time!School of Rock is a musical based on the hit movie. The tuner follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn an extra bit of cash by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight–A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out?
Shows run June 28 – 30. CLICK for a list of times and details.

Saturday, June 30: Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt Grand Opening  & Free FroYo (All Day)

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Saturday, June 30: Overnight Ghost Hunt at Kell House (8 pm – 3 am)

Join us as we investigate this 100+ year-old house, the home of Frank Kell, who along with his brother-in-law Joseph A. Kemp, was one of the two principal entrepreneurs in the early development of Wichita Falls, Texas.

It has long been rumored to be one of the most haunted places in all of Wichita Falls, with one legend that gets talked about more than any other, the statue of Flora Kemp (the daughter of Joseph Kemp) at Riverside Cemetery.

Flora’s monument at Riverside Cemetery is known in local lore as “The Crying Bride” because some have claimed to see the statue shed tears. Legend has it that the statue cries because Flora Kemp tripped on her wedding day while descending the elegant curving stairs in the Kell House, broke her neck and died. But according to mixed reports, Kemp actually died of typhoid in 1910, a year after the neoclassical Kell House was built.

Perhaps we’ll get to the bottom of this local legend once and for all and find out whether the spirit of Flora is returning to her monument, and whether it is her that haunts the Kell House amongst many other reported spirits.


Paranormal investigation class
Full night of ghost hunting with the team
Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters,
Free time to investigate at the end of the night!
Snacks and drinks provided all night!

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