This Week’s Event Highlights: September 17-23

Tuesday, September 18: Toddler Time (8:30-9:30 am)

Toddler time is a fun time for the 0-pre K kiddos to come get creative. Cost is $5 per project.

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Tuesday, September 18: Process Art Experiences (4:30-5:30 pm)

Children age 5 and up are invited to join us in the activity room for fun arts and crafts.
The focus will be on the creation of the art rather than the end product.
Children will be encouraged to use their imaginations, flex their creativity, and experiment with the materials.

Even though this is for older children, we will have age-appropriate activities for your toddlers to do with their grownups while their siblings create.

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Tuesday, September 18: Girl’s Night Out at Highlander Public House (5:30-8:30pm)

Join us for September GNO!!

We absolutely LOVE how much our downtown has to offer! Join us for a beautiful September evening on the patio at The Highlander Public House Restaurant on Scott Street! There will be delicious food, fantastic drink specials, shopping, networking and mingling for all. Gather your girlfriends and come out for a relaxing evening with us!

Please make sure to register for this event using our “Tickets” link. Tickets will be checked upon arrival.

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Wednesday, September 19: Aaargh! It’s Talk Like a Pirate Day

Ahoy Matey! Come try out your best Pirate lingo on your youth librarian. We have special pirate treasures for you to claim if you do


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Thursday, September 20: Weather Wonders (4-5pm)

Join us on Thursday, Sept. 20, at 4pm for our Weather Wonders program! Learn all about the wonders of weather, make fun weather crafts, and see how weather works up close!

This program will be held indoors. All materials will be provided, and cost is included with general admission and is free for RBNC members.

General admission: $5, Seniors and Military: $4, and Children 1 and Under are free.

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Saturday, September 22: Pumpkin Patch Kickoff Weekend at Smith’s Gardentown (9am-5pm)

It’s finally here!!! One of my favorite things about Fall in Wichita Falls – Check out my blog post on last year’s visit! 


The FREE Pumpkin Patch opens at Smith’s Gardentown Saturday, September 22nd through October 31st! You’ll discover the largest selection of Pumpkins in this area.

Enjoy Pony Rides*, Pumpkin Carriage Rides*, Bounce Houses*, Petting Zoo*, Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides*, Pumpkin Painting*, a Play Area and more! Special group rates are available for 10 or more! Call (940) 692-7100 for reservations. *Some attractions are during specific hours. Purchase tokens for these attractions

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Saturday, September 22: Studio Saturday at The Kemp (10 am – noon)

NEW this year, we are creating an Art Passport, each Studio Saturday you attend will bring a new stamp in your passport book!

Are you looking for an opportunity for your children to explore their creative side? You provide the imagination and creativity; we’ll provide the art supplies! Our monthly Studio Saturday event is free of charge.

Drop in for a few minutes or the full two hours, we have a fun and artful project to work on each month.  All ages are welcome and the event is FREE! (children must be accompanied by an adult)

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Sunday, September 23: Credit Unions for Kids Bowling Bash (5-9pm)

Credit Unions across the Wichita Falls area are all getting together for their annual fundraiser to support Children’s Miracle Network at United Regional!

This year will be our first BOWLING tournament (instead of golf) as we raise money for such a worthy cause!

Anyone and everyone of all skills levels is invited to come bowl – you don’t have to be a credit union employee, member or anything – just get a group of four players together, and get ready for a night of FUN!

Teams are $200 ($50 for each player), and includes a t-shirt and chance to win prizes.

Interested? Email Tiffany at for a registration form TODAY!

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