BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas —
Friday January 11
Dinner Under the Stars 2019
Presented by the Brazos Valley Restaurant Association, enjoy an evening like no other featuring your favorite local chefs. Proceeds benefit College Station High School, Rudder High School and Bryan High School Culinary & Hospitality Programs. Click HERE for tickets or to reserve a table.
Saturday January 12
Fishing’s Future: Family Angling
This is a free family event though registration is required to attend since space is limited. The program is 4-6 hours to teach the basics of fishing. It is asked that you bring a lunch, water, bug spray, and anything else to might need in the outdoors. Fishing gear and bait will be provided during fishing time. If you have your own gear, please bring. Persons 17 years and older must have a valid fishing license is you are going to fish. This will be catch and release. For more information and to register go HERE.
TAMU Insect Collection Open House
The event will be held on Saturday, January 12th starting at 9 am. As in recent years, the entire day will be spent at the Minnie Belle Heep Building (a.k.a., “the Heep Center”). Meeting areas will be available on the 2nd floor of the atrium adjacent to the TAMU Insect Collection room (Room 216). The atrium meeting areas and the Texas A&M University Insect Collection will be open for the remainder of the afternoon. Parking will be available in lot no. 67 on the east side of the building and no special permit is required for parking on Saturday.
Sunday January 13
OM Grown Yoga- A Weekend of Workshops with Alexandria Crow
We will use some of the most common issues teachers and practitioners today face as starting points. Participants will be offered techniques to work through solving these issues that are clear, methodical and sequential. Teachers and students can take the framework to continually use and grow from and they will be able to apply it to any situation in the future. For more information about the workshops and how to book for them go HERE.