This Week’s Event Highlights: November 6 – 12

Monday, November 6: Maker Monday (4 – 5 pm)

Free STEM based activities for children aged 7-12 years old. Registration is now open. Any spaces left unclaimed by 4:00pm on the day will be filled first come first serve. For more information please call the youth desk 940-767-0868, x4243.

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Tuesday, November 7: Pre-School Story Time (10:30 – 11 am)

At the Wichita Falls Public Library. Stories and songs designed for children ages 3-5 yrs old. Children will be introduced to a variety of authors and illustrators as we practice early literacy skills and foster a love of reading.

Grown-ups do not need to remain in the room with children ages 3-5. This is the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy some adult time in the library or quality time with older/younger siblings in our early learning space! It’s filled with fun toys and activities for little ones as well as comfortable seating for grown ups.

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Saturday, November 11: Fluid Acrylic Painting at The Kemp (12:30 – 3:30 pm)

Come create colorful works of art with movement and abstract designs. Debbie Malone will walk us through several acrylic poured painting techniques that bring out organic cells of color. There is a $10 supply fee payable to the instructor.

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Saturday, November 11: Wichita Falls Symphony “Quiet Heroes” (7:30 – 9:30 pm)

Quiet Heroes-Salute to the Armed Forces, with special guest and former Marine, Wilford Brimley. Mr. Brimley will narrate the featured piece, “Quiet Heroes: A symphonic salute to the flagraisers at Iwo Jima”.

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Sunday, November 12: YSO Fall Concert (1:30 and 4 pm)

The Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert, will have two shows at 1:30 pm and 4 pm. The 1:30 pm concert features the Gail Key Academy of Music Suzuki Strings and YSO Strolling Strings. The 4:00 concert features the Symphonic Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, and YSO Strollin Strings. Held in the beautiful Akin Auditorium of Midwestern State University. Admission is free; donations are welcome.

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