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  1. Ruffles & Rust Expo

    April 18, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    A traveling boutique show with a vintage feel, The Ruffles and Rust Expo brings over 80 different vendors from three different states to one location! If you're looking to get some great vintage items, beautiful home décor, the latest fashions or just some flashy bling this is the place to be. Over 20,000 square feet of shopping. A shop-till-you-drop paradise. Everything you could ever want for you and your home. This event will take place in Hall B of the MPEC Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall. Free, convenient parking for this event is located on the West side of the building on Burnett Street. Information: Camey Maldonado 806-231-9832

  2. Texoma All Breed Horse Show Association Kick Off Show

    April 18, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ JS Bridwell Ag Center

    Join us as we kick off the 2015 TABHSA season at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center! TABHSA is an all breed open horse show. The public is invited to attend and watch these beautiful animals at their finest. Show hours are 9:00am-5:00pm. For additional information, contact the Wichita County Extension Office at (940) 716-8610.

  3. Red River Wine Festival

    April 18, 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ JS Bridwell Ag Center

    Novices to connoisseurs can choose from over 44 different Texas wines to sample, all under one roof. Each guest receives a souvenir wine glass plus an official guide listing a profile of each winery at the festival and details about their offerings that day. When guests are not tasting wine, they can sample specialty beers in the Beer Garten, tap their toes to live music or learn more about wine at one of the winery booths. Select vendors will also provide a bevy of food and merchandise for purchase. At the end of the evening, cast your vote for the “Festival Favorite.” The festival will take place at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center on Burnett Street. Tickets can be purchased at Kock's Liquor, Local Boys Liquor, United Market Street, Scott's Shots, The Forum, and from any Senior Junior Forum Member beginning March 2015. Information: 940-766-3347

  4. City Council Meeting

    April 21, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Memorial Auditorium - Council Chambers

    CITY COUNCIL MEETING 8:30 AM-12:00 PM @ Council Chambers - Memorial Auditorium. The City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8:30 AM in the Council Chambers located on the first floor of Memorial Auditorium, 1300 7th Street. This is the regularly scheduled meeting of the Wichita Falls City Council. The public is invited to attend these open meetings and has an opportunity to address the Council during public comments at the beginning of each meeting. Information: 940-761-7404

  5. Texas Alliance of Energy Producers Oil & Gas Expo

    April 21, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers Expo includes over 350 vendors, equipment showcase, free techical seminars, outstanding industry speakers, and networking opportunities. The public is welcome to attend. Public show hours are Tuesday 5:30pm-7:30pm and Wednesday 9:00am-4:00pm. Information: 940-723-4131

  6. Elizabeth Smart - MSU Artist Lecture Series

    April 21, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Akin Auditorium

    The Artist-Lecture Series presents Elizabeth Smart at 7 p.m. in Akin Auditorium. After being abducted in 2002 and held captive for nine months, Elizabeth Smart became nationally known for being a part of the most followed child abduction case of our time. The founder of the Elizabeth Smart Foundation, she has helped promote the National AMBER Alert, the Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act, and other safety legislation to prevent crimes against children. She chronicled her experiences in the New York Times best-selling book My Story, published in 2013. Rescheduled from Jan. 27, 2015. Admission is $20 to general public; $18 for senior citizens, active-duty military, and MSU alumni; free to MSU students with ID. Tickets are available at the Clark Student Center Information Desk two weeks prior to the event. For tickets or more information, call (940) 397-7500.

  7. The Doobie Brothers

    April 21, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Memorial Auditorium

    Legendary American rock band THE DOOBIE BROTHERS are set for what is likely their first ever concert appearance in Wichita Falls! Showtime is set for 7:30pm, April 21, at Memorial Auditorium. Formed in 1969 in San Jose, California, The Doobie Brothers have sold over 40 million records in their career. Among their hit songs are "Listen To The Music", "Jesus Is Just Alright With Me", "Black Water", "China Grove", "Another Park, Another Sunday", and "Takin' It To The Streets". The core members of The Doobie Brothers on tour and in the studio are Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons and John McFee. The newest Doobie Brothers album South Bend was released in November and features contributions from country artists Vince Gill, Zac Brown, Sara Evans, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Tyler Farr. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 20 at 10:00am at the Kay Yeager Coliseum Box Office. Information: 940-716-5555

  8. Back Pain Seminar

    April 23, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    Do you suffer from back pain? Don't miss this seminar with Dr. Yogish Kamath and discover the latest in back pain care and treatment. This seminar will take place in Meeting Room 10 of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall at MPEC. Free, convenient parking for this event is located on the West side of the building on Burnett Street. Information: 972-832-8322

  9. Dr. Carter L. Hudgins - MSU Speakers and Issues Series

    April 23, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Wichita Falls Museum of Art - MSU

    The Speakers and Issues Series presents Dr. Carter L. Hudgins at 7 p.m. at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU. Hudgins will speak about Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Harriot and the Search for the Lost Colony. This illustrated lecture will review the archaeological search for the Lost Colony on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. Hudgins is Director of the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation jointly sponsored by Clemson University and the College of Charleston. Prior to joining the Clemson faculty, Hudgins was Hofer Distinguished Professor of Early American Culture and Historic Preservation at the University of Mary Washington where he served multiple terms as chairperson of the Department of Historic Preservation and the Department of History and American Studies. Admission is free with donations welcome. Call Dr. Claudia Montoya at (940) 397-4259 for more information.

  10. Wichita Falls PRCA Rodeo

    April 24, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ JS Bridwell Ag Center

    PRCA Rodeo is coming back to Wichita Falls! Doors open at 5:00 pm and Rodeo starts at 7:00 pm nightly. Events include barrel racing, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, calf roping, and bull riding. Tickets available at the Boot Barn and The Browse Shop. Wichita Falls PRCA Rodeo Association is a non profit organization intending to preserve the heritage of rodeo while benefitting our area youth and community. All proceeds from the rodeo will be awarded in 4 scholarships for Wichita County FFA and 4H youth.Information: 940-867-8022

  11. MSU Crime Stoppers Moonlight Stampede

    April 24, 7:15 PM @ Sikes Lake

    The MSU Crime Stoppers will host the Moonlight Stampede against Drugs 2015 from 6-9:30 p.m. at the Sikes Lake walking track. The Moonlight Stampede is an event to bring awareness of drug use within the community and school campuses while raising funds for the MSU Crime Stoppers to pay rewards for tips leading to arrests. The event is free. T-shirts may be pre-ordered for $10. Purchase of a shirt enters you into a “Night Out Package” raffle. For more information or to pre-order shirt, contact Elwyn Ladd at or (940) 704-3095.

  12. MSU Department of Theatre: Festival of One Act Plays

    April 24, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Fain Fine Arts Bea Wood Studio Theatre

    The Department of Theatre will present the Festival of One Act-Plays at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Fain Fine Arts Bea Wood Studio Theatre. This festival shows the collaborative creative efforts of senior-level directors, designers, and technicians. General admission is $5. For information, call (940) 397-4399 or (940) 397-4393.

  13. Magic Tree House Dinosaurs Before Dark Kids

    April 25, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Wichita Theatre

    To be performed by the Kidz on Stage youth performance group. Information: 940-723-9037 or

  14. Nature Tots Story Time at River Bend Nature Center

    April 25, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ River Bend Nature Center

    Nature Tots Story Time is back at River Bend Nature Center! Nature Tots Story Time begins at 11 am and ends at 12 pm (ages 6 and under). Kids will engage in hands on crafts and activities and listen to fun and entertaining stories. Every Nature Tots Story Time will have a different theme and activities. For upcoming dates and more information please visit our website 940-767-0843. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Program included with general admission.

  15. 47th Annual Rehab Auction

    April 25, 1:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    Join us for the 47th Annual North Texas Rehab Center Auction...make plans to attend this exciting night filled with lots of food and great bidding! The North Texas Rehabilitation Center is a not-for-profit organization providing state-of-the-art outpatient medical, academic, and developmental rehabilitation to North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. From the Early Childhood Intervention program to our Aquatics programs, these services are designed to help our patients achieve their highest level of independence. Fundraisers such as the Rehab Auction allow us to provide therapy services children and adults who are unable to afford care. Silent Auction bidding runs from 1:00pm-6:15pm. "Heavy Grazing" Meal is served at 5:00pm...a meal fit for a king plus an amazing assortment of homemade goodies to buy! Live Auction, featuring 100 items, begins at 6:30pm Information: 940-687-4914

  16. Science Saturday at River Bend Nature Center

    April 25, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ River Bend Nature Center

    Science Saturday is back at River Bend Nature Center! Science Saturday begins at 1:00 pm and ends at 2:30 pm (ages 6 to 12). Kids will perform science experiments, build robots, walk the forest trail, make crafts and so much more! Every Science Saturday will have a different theme and activities. For upcoming dates and more information please visit our website Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Program included with general admission. Information: 940-767-0843

  17. Wichita Falls Nighthawks vs. Colorado Ice

    April 25, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Kay Yeager Coliseum

    The Wichita Falls Nighthawks are more than just a professional indoor football team. We are Nighthawk Nation! Fans will be right on top of the action as the fast paced game happens just inches from our ‘Nose-Bleed Seats’. That’s right, the first four rows are so close to the action that fans have to pay attention or they might take a hit from one of the 60 balls that will go into the stands. Any lucky fan that catches a ball gets to keep it! We do ask that players that go into the stands are returned, no exceptions. After every game, the Nighthawk players will come back to the field for the postgame party. Fans can get their favorite players’ autographs on the free game poster provided at every home game. The players won’t leave the field until every child has the autographs they want! Information: 940-500-0184

  18. Spring Concert of the Wichita Falls Youth Symphony Orchestra

    April 26, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Akin Auditorium

    Youth Symphony Performance Information: 940-723-6202

  19. Author Alan Weisman - Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth

    April 28, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ MSU Akin Auditorium

    Alan Weisman, is the author of The World Without Us, a look at what would happen to our world if humanity were to disappear. Countdown, his latest book, won the 2014 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for science writing, the 2013 Paris Book Festival Prize for nonfiction, the 2014 Nautilus Gold Book Award, and the Population Institute’s 2014 Global Media Award for best book, and was a finalist for the Orion Prize and the Books for a Better Life Award.Information: 940-397-4259

  20. Electronica VI Unleashed

    April 30, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Rider High School Auditorium

    7 PM, April 30, May 1 and May 2 with a 3:30 p.m. show May 2, main auditorium, Rider High School. This show combines music, technology and theater. Information: 940-235-1077