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The Abilene Scene events calendar will help you take advantage of all the arts, culture and entertainment Abilene has to offer. Whether you love visiting museums, taking in a play, or finding an adventure for the whole family, there’s no excuse for a boring weekend in Abilene.
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A round-up of our favorite events posted at the beginning of each month.
Halloween season is upon us and Abilene has plenty for you and the family to do this spooky time of year. Here is some of the stuff I am looking forward to other than just the cooler weather. October 7, 4-6 p.m Farm to Table Dinner $30-Person; Free-Children 12 and younger and home delivery partners. […]
The summer is coming to a heated ending and it’s time to start stocking up on school supplies. But we still have plenty for you to do in August and September. There are plenty of family friendly events these next several weeks that you can get involved in. August 16, 10-11 a.m Children’s Book Reading […]
One of Abilene’s most fun traditions is Art Walk. Gathering with the community downtown is definitely a pro to living in a smaller town. This month’s theme was “Dog Walk,” and a bunch of pooches and their owners gathered around for art, music and lots of wagging tails. It was awesome to see how many […]
Last Thursday, we created a modern weaving DIY while learning the basic techniques, including modern knots and patterns, thanks to The Grace Museum. Christi and I had a grand ole time trying not to tie knots in our yard. Now, here’s the truth. You can’t really learn how to weave and finish a project in […]
Dirty Dancing is an American classic with a deceitful name. It’s not about the dancing, even though there is plenty of dancing involved. It’s about a young woman’s coming of age. It’s been a few years since I’ve seen the original 1987 film and I was struck anew last week at the stage performance. I […]
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Justin Crowe is a long-time Children’s Art & Literacy Festival volunteer who has been involved from both the planning and guest experience perspectives. One of the CALF projects he is most proud of is helping create a digital scavenger hunt. “A small team of us came up with the idea and the amazing Trish Trifilo […]
Happy Holidays Abilene! Get your dose of #eventstobescene and check out these awesome local Holiday 2019 activities. Nov. 12, 7 p.m. Abilene Opera presents “Hansel & Gretel” by Humperdink, Disney Medley at Paramount Theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door. Nov. 16, 2 p.m. Abilene Ballet Theatre’s Sugar Plum Fairy Tea at the Abilene Woman’s […]
It’s #SpookySzn y’all. Get your dose of #eventstobescene and check out these awesome local Halloween 2019 celebrations. Don’t forget to bring your boo. Oct. 12, 8 a.m. Haunted Half Marathon The city’s parks department is hosting this family friendly event that starts at 8 a.m. at Elmdale Baptist Church, 233 Elmdale Road South, and runs […]
By Jeff Wyatt The Benefit of Training and Preparation At age 60, I set a goal: go to Wichita Falls and break the five-hour mark in their 100-mile bike race, in August, in the heat, aptly named Hotter ‘N Hell Hundred. After many years of jogging casually, my body would no longer tolerate running […]
By Loretta Fulton Photography by Beth Dukes Patty Davis knew something was afoot when she learned that a Bible with her name on it came as a gift, along with the free housing she was getting while undergoing cancer treatments in Abilene. Ray Garcia knew something was up when his wife suffered a stroke while […]