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Weekend Events 2-29-20

Check out this list of things available to do this weekend!
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BRYAN, Texas —

It’s the weekend, which means it’s time to kick back, relax, and spend some time with family, doing some of the great things Aggieland has to offer. Check out this short list of things available to do this weekend!

Texas Independence Celebration

Celebrate Texas Independence with music, reenactors, vendors and more!

Where: Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site

When: Saturday February 29-Sunday March 1

Time: 10AM-4PM

 

2020 Pancake Day with the Kiwanis Club

Join the Kiwanis Club and grub on some all-you-can-eat pancakes!

Where: Brazos Center

When: Saturday February 29

Time: 8AM-1PM

 

Swing into History 40’s Ball

Come dance like it’s the 1940’s! Take a dancing lesson, listen to live music, and take-in the WWI and WWII memorabilia, all while dressed in original 40’s attire.

Where: Museum at the American GI

When: Saturday February 29

Time: 7PM-1AM

Petsmart Adoption Weekend

Every weekend is a great weekend to adopt a pet! Why not this one?

Where: Petsmart (1265 Arrington Rd. College Station, Tx)

When: Saturday February 29

Time: 11AM- 2PM

 

Ride through the Safari Aggieland Safari

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend! Spend the day at the safari, and enjoy the wild without having to go too far from home.

Where: Aggieland Safari

When: Saturday February 29

Time: 12PM

Another Broken Egg College Station Friends and Family Event

Enjoy some free breakfast before this new local eatery’s grand opening, all while raising money for a great cause.

Where: Another Broken Egg

When: Saturday February 29

Time: 9AM- 2PM

*reservations are required*

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