This Week’s Event Highlights: May 28 – June 2

Thursday, May 30: Toddler Time at Jumpy For Joy (10 am)

(Recurring)

Toddler Time is Thursday’s 10am-1pm ages 0-5 years–
ALL Ages 1pm-close!!

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Thursday, May 30: Pottery Story and Craft (10 – 11 am)

Join the Wichita Falls Public Library to learn the story of Juan Quezada, the premier potter of Mexico. Through his revival of traditional pottery methods and the use of native materials, Juan’s pottery has transformed the village of Mata Ortiz into a thriving artist’s community. After the story, we will learn a pottery technique or two of our own!

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Thursday, May 30: He Calls Her Beautiful (6:30 – 8:30 pm)

An event that is the essence of why Ruth + Esther was founded.
It’s going to be a night of self love, encouragement, and keeping it real.

Women from all over our community coming together to worship, pray, laugh and cry together. Different ages, different stories, The same need to know that we are known and loved.

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Friday, May 31: Preschool & Toddler Jump at Urban Air (10 am – noon)

(Recurring)

Come join us every Friday, 10am – 12pm. Jumperoo is a special time where the park is open only for children 5 & under! We open up the ENTIRE Park just for the little ones and their parents. They can jump, bounce and crawl around safely.

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Friday, May 31 – Saturday, June 1: WCMP Championship Rodeo (7:30 pm)

The Wichita County Mounted Patrol Championship Rodeo is back! Join us Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1 for Mutton Bustin’, Jr. Barrel Racing, and Jr. Bull Riding! Saturday night, The Tanner Fenoglio Band will perform live for free with rodeo admission!

Tickets are $8 in advance at Cavender’s and The Browse Shop and $10 at the gate. Military and First Responders get in for half price at the gate on Friday. Kids 6 and under are FREE!

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Saturday, June 1: Blackberry Day at Farmer’s Market (7:30 am – 1 pm)

We are throwing a little shindig, to celebrate our friend the blackberry, on Saturday June 1st, 2019! There will be live music and free cobbler samples from 9am – 11am! Mark your calendars!

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Saturday, June 1: Hamilton Park Tennis Center Open House (8 am – 3 pm)

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Saturday, June 1: 25th Annual Mark Howell Memorial Fishing Rodeo (9 am – 3 pm)

Lake Arrowhead State Park invites you to join us on June 1st for the 25th Annual Mark Howell Memorial Fishing Rodeo, Kid Fish and Adult Rough Fish contest!

Information for the contests are below.

Kid Fish – 10AM to 12PM
-Tackle/bait furnished while supplies last
-Adults can assist kids, but they may not reel in the fish
-Prizes will be awarded in age groups (3-6, 7-12, and 13-16)

Adult Rough Fish – 9AM to 3PM
-$2.00 registration fee (register at administration building)
-Must register prior to fishing
-17 years of age and up
-Prizes will be awarded at 3PM
-Fish must be caught within park boundaries

Prizes will be awarded. Kids, bring your parents out and show them how to fish!

No fishing license required when you fish from the shore in any Texas State Park. Fishing supplies such as poles and tackle will be available from the tackle loaner program while supplies last, contact Lake Arrowhead State Park Headquarters for more information.

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Saturday, June 1: Henna at the Wichita Falls Public Library (11 am – 1 pm)

Inkmasters Tattoo Expo is back in the Falls, and henna is back at the library. Kids can come get a small henna tattoo, then parents can head over to the expo!

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Saturday, June 1: Relay For Life of Greater Texoma (Noon – 9 pm)

At Relay For Life events, communities across the globe come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that has already taken too much. The funds you raise truly make a difference in the fight against cancer just ask one of the nearly 14 million cancer survivors who will celebrate another birthday this year!

Relay For Life teams camp out overnight and take turns walking or running around a track or path at a local high school, park, or fairground. Events are up to 24 hours long, and because cancer never sleeps, each team is asked to have at least one participant on the track at all times.

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