The Museum of North Texas History
The Museum of North Texas History is excited to announce the Rural Texas Women at Work: 1930-1960 exhibit from Humanities Texas will be on display from May 19 - to June 11.
Wichita Falls Public Library
Join us in the activity room for stories, songs, dancing, and fun as we support early literacy and a love of reading!
Storytimes are designed for children 5 and under but all ages are welcome!
This program is free - no reservations or sign-ups required! Just show up, find a comfy spot on the carpet, and enjoy!
Masks are appreciated, but not required.
Gentle reminders: no food or open drinks in the library, please be on time, strollers must stay at the back, and please step out of the room to use your phone or chat with friends. Thank you!!
Park Place Christian Church
Connect in person with other caregivers for an afternoon of fellowship and insight.
Sikes Lake Center on the Campus of Midwestern State University
Knowing how to control bleeding from a serious injury is important knowledge for everyone to have! As we mark the fourth year of National STOP THE BLEED® Month, we recognize National STOP THE BLEED® Day on May 19th. During this month, learn the basic skills necessary to control bleeding from accidents and injuries.
There are several ways to become informed, educated, and empowered. Feel free to find an in-person course, locate virtual course options, or complete the virtual course to gain this valuable knowledge TODAY! Check out the resources below to find a course, spread the word, and learn about new training options to STOP THE BLEED®.