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  1. City Council Meeting

    September 1, 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 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/index.aspx?nid=1542

  2. Fall Concert Series: Hellen Bach

    September 1, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Weeks Park

    Bring your lawn chair or blanket, sit back, and enjoy an evening of great music and socializing. Concerts are presented by Texas musicians and offer a variety of music styles for your enjoyment. There will be something for everyone, whether your music taste runs to Motown, Jazz, Blues, Rock ‘n Roll or Contemporary, we have it ALL!! Information: 940-761-7490 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  3. Health District Farmer's Market

    September 2, 7:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District

    The Morath Orchard and Young's Orchard and Berry Farms are partnering to open a Farmer's Market each Wednesday at the Health District at 7:30 am. The market is open to everyone to shop for local, fresh fruits and vegetables. The Health District parking lot at 1700 3rd St. will feature summer products straight from North Texas area farms, just for you! Senior and WIC voucher applications available on site and accepted. Information: 940-761-6887 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/index.aspx?NID=55

  4. Wichita Falls Wildcats vs. Lone Star Brahmas Exhibition Game

    September 4, 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Kay Yeager Coliseum

    Join YOUR Wichita Falls Wildcats as they kick off the 2015 season with an exhibition game against the Lone Star Brahmas! Puck drops at 7:05pm in the Kay Yeager Coliseum! All tickets for the Exhibition Game are $8.00! Information: 940-716-5555 http://wfmpec.com/events/2015/09/04/wichita-falls-wildcats-vs-lone-star-brahmas-exhibition-game/

  5. Texoma All Breed Horse Show Association # 1 Show

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

    Our Mission: To encourage and educate citizens of Wichita County, Texas and surrounding areas in the breeding, raising and marketing of horses through public competition and exhibitions. Join us at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center at MPEC for our #4 Show. Hours are Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm. For more information, contact the Wichita County Extension Office at 940.716.8610. http://wfmpec.com/events/2015/09/05/texoma-all-breed-horse-show-association-1-show/

  6. Texas Oklahoma Barrel Racing Association

    September 6, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ JS Bridwell Ag Center

    Watch these ladies compete for the fastest time to earn points that will catapult them in the final standings! Exhibitions will take place first, followed by the Open races. Racer Entry Fees: Open 4D $25.00 Exhibitions $4.00 Arena Fee $5.00 per rider Information: 940-781-2414 http://wfmpec.com/events/2015/09/06/texas-oklahoma-barrel-racing-association-point-race-2/

  7. Afterschool Fishing

    September 8, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Weeks Pond

    Come join the fun! TPWD will conduct these after school fishing sessions for all area youth that are interested. All fishing equipment, bait and supervision will be provided. Kids need only to show up and be prepared to have a good time. Parents and grandparents are welcome to stay and help out. Participants will receive personalized & expert instruction on common fishing techniques. Fish, of legal size, can be taken home (if parents approve, of course). All should bring a bucket for “take home” fish, a drink, a hat & sunscreen. Restrooms will be available. For additional information, call 761-7490 or visit the Recreation Office at 600 11th St, Rm 209. http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  8. Afterschool Fishing

    September 10, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Weeks Pond

    Come join the fun! TPWD will conduct these after school fishing sessions for all area youth that are interested. All fishing equipment, bait and supervision will be provided. Kids need only to show up and be prepared to have a good time. Parents and grandparents are welcome to stay and help out. Participants will receive personalized & expert instruction on common fishing techniques. Fish, of legal size, can be taken home (if parents approve, of course). All should bring a bucket for “take home” fish, a drink, a hat & sunscreen. Restrooms will be available. For additional information, call 761-7490 or visit the Recreation Office at 600 11th St, Rm 209. http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  9. Live at the Lake: Summer Concert Series

    September 10, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Wichita Falls Museum of Art

    The Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU continues its annual summer concert series. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the music. Information: 940-397-8900 http://www.wfmamsu.org/

  10. Wichita County Charity Dove Hunt

    September 11, 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    Join us for this unique event to benefit children and senior citizen charities in North Texas! Hunters will register at the MPEC beginning at 4:00pm on September 11th. Once registered, hunters will receive their Badge and be introduced to their "Station Marshall" who will coordinate where and when to meet Saturday morning for the hunt. After the Reregistration process has been completed, each hunter can attend our "Appreciation Dinner" on Friday night at MPEC in the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall. Dinner to be served at 7pm with a live band following dinner and speaker. Your registration badge will get you access to the dinner. For more information or to register, click here. Information: 940-322-6232 http://www.thekitchenwf.org/charity-dove-hunt

  11. Stroll-n-Roll Free Museum Day

    September 12, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ MPEC

    The Wichita Falls Museum Coalition is once again hosting Museum Day Stroll ‘n Roll. The free event will be held Saturday, September 12th from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Be sure to stop by the Texas Travel Information Center during Stroll 'n Roll for maps and help finding locations! FREE Shuttle Service to downtown locations will be located at the Multi-Purpose Events Center (MPEC) at 3rd and Lamar Streets. Information: 940-767-2787 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wichita-Falls-Museum-Day-Stroll-and-Roll/147981715271901

  12. Band Night at Backdoor Theatre: The Indications

    September 12, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Backdoor Theatre

    Join us on the Dinner Stage at Backdoor Theatre for Band Night featuring The Indications. The Indications are a local North Texas band comprised of 4 friends whom have worked together for over 20 years and share a passion for classic rock and progressive country music. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased by calling 322-5000. The event is BYOB and general seating.Dinner Stage. Information: 940-322-5000 http://www.backdoortheatre.org/

  13. Sheppard Air Force Base Tour

    September 15, 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ MPEC

    Community tours of Sheppard will be offered the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Participants must be at least 15 years old. Guests are invited to park at MPEC and a bus will shuttle tour participants to Sheppard AFB and back to MPEC. The tour bus will depart from the MPEC parking lot at 8:00am and tours will conclude at approximately 10:30am. The cost is free to attend. Citizens that would like to attend the tours should register through the Convention & Visitors Bureau by calling (940) 716-5550 or email lindsay.greer@wichitafallstx.gov. Pre-registration is required in order to gain base access. Deadline to sign up for each monthly tour is three days prior to the tour date.

  14. City Council Meeting

    September 15, 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 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/index.aspx?nid=1542

  15. Afterschool Fishing

    September 15, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Weeks Pond

    Come join the fun! TPWD will conduct these after school fishing sessions for all area youth that are interested. All fishing equipment, bait and supervision will be provided. Kids need only to show up and be prepared to have a good time. Parents and grandparents are welcome to stay and help out. Participants will receive personalized & expert instruction on common fishing techniques. Fish, of legal size, can be taken home (if parents approve, of course). All should bring a bucket for “take home” fish, a drink, a hat & sunscreen. Restrooms will be available. For additional information, call 761-7490 or visit the Recreation Office at 600 11th St, Rm 209. http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  16. Texas Oklahoma Fair

    September 15, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall

    The Texas Oklahoma Fair features indoor vendor exhibits, traditional fair food, a SUPER Lighted Midway with exciting rides and games, livestock shows plus free attractions including an exotic animal petting zoo, exotic animal stage show, clowns, live music on the Midway stage and Exhibit Hall Stage. The Exhibit Hall closes at 10pm nightly, but the Midway remains open later. The Lifestock Show (free admission) will be featured each evening and all day Saturday at the MPEC J.S. Bridwell Agricultural Center. There will be events each evening and other livestock judging through Sunday. Military Night: Tuesday, September 16 All Military Families (Active, Retired, Reserved) admitted into the Fair Grounds FREE. Armband Nights: Tuesday, September 16 - Thursday, September 18 $15.00 Armband to ride all rides Hours: Monday-Friday 6:00pm-10:00pm, Saturday 1:00pm-midnight Information http://wfmpec.com/events/2015/09/15/texas-oklahoma-fair-4/ 940-692-3766

  17. Fall Concert Series: Luke Robinson

    September 15, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Weeks Park

    Bring your lawn chair or blanket, sit back, and enjoy an evening of great music and socializing. Concerts are presented by Texas musicians and offer a variety of music styles for your enjoyment. There will be something for everyone, whether your music taste runs to Motown, Jazz, Blues, Rock ‘n Roll or Contemporary, we have it ALL!! Information: 940-761-7490 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  18. Afterschool Fishing

    September 17, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Weeks Pond

    Come join the fun! TPWD will conduct these after school fishing sessions for all area youth that are interested. All fishing equipment, bait and supervision will be provided. Kids need only to show up and be prepared to have a good time. Parents and grandparents are welcome to stay and help out. Participants will receive personalized & expert instruction on common fishing techniques. Fish, of legal size, can be taken home (if parents approve, of course). All should bring a bucket for “take home” fish, a drink, a hat & sunscreen. Restrooms will be available. For additional information, call 761-7490 or visit the Recreation Office at 600 11th St, Rm 209. http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980

  19. Pepper Day at the Farmer's Market

    September 19, 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Downtown Farmer's Market

    Come enjoy some tasty treats and enjoy recipes featuring all varieties of peppers at Pepper Day at the Downtown Farmer's Market. Plus take home some local produce for yourself! The Downtown Farmer's Market is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from May 12 to October 10. Hours are 7:30am-1:00pm. Information: 940-322-4525 http://downtownproud.com/

  20. Maskat Shrine Circus

    September 22, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Kay Yeager Coliseum

    The Maskat Shrine in Wichita Falls is proud to present the Maskat Shrine Circus. The Circus is a fun family adventure for everyone. Proceeds from the event benefit the Maskat fraternal operations. With amazing lighting and sound, watch as human and animal performers transform you into the magical world of circus. Showtime at 7 PM nightly. Information: 940-716-5555 http://maskatshrine.com/?p=647

  21. Falls Fest 2015

    September 25, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Lucy Park

    The Junior League of Wichita Falls, along with their partners the City of Wichita Falls Parks & Recreation Department and Streams & Valleys, are proud to present the 30th (and final) FallsFest! A stellar finale year with TWO DAYS of main stage headline entertainment, as well as all the FallsFest activities the community loves. Sporting events, Nuts & Bolts Motorcycle Run, Children’s Area, Rides, Games and of course, food, will all be back in 2015 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Texoma’s Best Outdoor Festival. Information: 940-692-9797

  22. FallsTown Boxing Red River Invitational

    September 26, 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Roger Palma

    2 Day Event...60 Action-Packed Bouts! Showcasing ranked fighters from across the Nation, FallsTown Boxing brings exciting boxing action to Wichita Falls. This event is sanctioned by the Amateur Boxing Association and proceeds will purchase much needed equipment for at-risk youth at the Youth Opportunities Center. Tickets are available at FallsTown Boxing, the Youth Opportunities Center, or a the door each night. Saturday weigh-ins from 8am-10am with bouts starting at 2:00pm. Sunday bouts start at 1:00pm Information: 940-636-6778 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fallstown-Boxing/194451487364721

  23. MSU Football vs. Tarleton State

    September 26, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Memorial Stadium

    Football vs. Tarleton State at 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. Alumni Spirit Event and Membership Kickoff drive begins at 5:30 p.m. in the stadium parking lot. Call (940) 397-4779 for more information about game. Call (940) 397-4121 for information about alumni membership and spirit event. Information: 940-397-4121 http://www.msumustangs.com/index.aspx?path=football

  24. Fall Concert Series: All Funk Radio Show

    September 29, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ MPEC

    Bring your lawn chair or blanket, sit back, and enjoy an evening of great music and socializing. Concerts are presented by Texas musicians and offer a variety of music styles for your enjoyment. There will be something for everyone, whether your music taste runs to Motown, Jazz, Blues, Rock ‘n Roll or Contemporary, we have it ALL!! Information: 940-761-7490 http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24980