Friends of Bluebonnet Opry - featuring area and local talent Plus the Bluebonnet Opry House Band – Doors open at 5:30pm * Snack Bar open at 6:00pm * Show starts at…Find out more »
Souls Chapel AME Church will host Holy Week Revival April 17-18, 2014 the church will observe Maundy Thursday with prayer and meditation at 6:00 pm followed by symbolic Paschal Lamb meal at…Find out more »
Join in the fun at the 5th annual Easter Egg-stravaganza FREE Easter egg Hunt open to children ages 2-9 (be on the look out for a Golden Egg) there will…Find out more »
The Resurrection, Rainbow of Colors Parade committee will need all participant registration forms in by April 11th. Accepting entries for cars-$5, vans-$10, trucks-$10, floats-$20, individual walkers or groups of walkers-free…Find out more »
New Life Church Youth presents “The Gospel Express” Reporting Daily News Live, on Good Friday, 6:30pm, is their Annual Easter Play presented by the New Life Youth Department. Come see…Find out more »
Souls Chapel AME Church will host Holy Week Revival on April 18, Closing service is Good Friday night at 7:00 pm with message brought by Pastor David Bradford of Macedonia AME Church…Find out more »
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will present Living Stations of the Cross, a dramatic portrayal of the final events of the life of Jesus from his trial before Pilate to laying his…Find out more »
Spend the day at Royalty Pecan Farms and enjoy their first “Easter Egg Scramble” with FREE activities for all ages * celebrate Easter and kick off the new pecan growing…Find out more »
“Anything with wheels” Bike Rodeo & Safety Fair safety lessons and instruction by Local Law Enforcement, sponsored by the Anchor Club of Brenham on Saturday, April 19, 10:00am-11:30am in the…Find out more »
BVCAA Head Start is accepting applications for the preschool program (2014-2015) that provides comprehensive educational social services to eligible children. Head Start provides a rich, developmentally appropriate educational curriculum, social services to help with everyday needs of life; mental health services, and nutrition services. Documents needed; proof of income for the past 12 months – child’s birth certificate – immunization record – child’s insurance cards – photo ID for parent. Call to set up an appointment – Brenham Center, 305 Val Verde, Brenham, TX., 979 830-7037
The Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library will close to the public at 7:00pm Thursday, April 14, 2014 and will reopen at 8:00am Monday, May 12th in its new location at City Hall, 200 W. Vulcan, Brenham, TX. The phone number will remain the same, 979 337-7201 as will the web address, cityofbrenham.org/library. Library materials may be returned to the existing book drop at 100 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway until the relocation is complete on May 12th. At that time library materials should be returned to the new library location on Vulcan. Library services are being relocated to City Hall for a period of 12 – 18 months, so the City along with its private partner, the Fortnightly Club of Brenham can modernize the existing facility. During this relocation period, library services such as computer access, weekly children’s programming, and book access will be housed at City Hall. Special events such as opening and closing days of Summer Reading will be offered at Fireman’s Park Kitchen. Genealogy services will be offered through the Brenham Heritage Museum. With a Library card in good standing, patrons may access Tex Share databases and eBooks through the City’s Website
Brenham High School Project Graduation 2014 Fundraiser * Take your cans/metal/scrap materials to Premier Metal Buyers and donate the cash proceeds to the BHS Project Graduation fund raising campaign, ongoing through the end of school.
New Life Family Life Center Tutoring Program – Assisting children in math, science, Language Arts, reading and social studies. Essay writing, proof-reading and editing, 4:30-5:45pm, Monday and Wednesday nights. Adults are also welcome.
CARS- Children Are Really Special - is a reading intervention program for students at Alton Elementary (277-3490), Brenham Elementary (277.3885), and Krause Elementary Schools (277.3866). As a CARS mentor, you will work one-on-one with a child who needs your help in becoming a better reader. Sessions are Monday thru Friday
Country Store buy, sell or trade items…on KWHI AM 1280
*LIVE PROGRAM, heard Monday through Friday, 8:10 – 9:00 am
*CALL IN DURING THE TIME THE COUNTRY STORE IS ON THE AIR, 979 836-9937, No Charge…please, do not call in every day
*BRING IN WRITTEN ADS, to 223 East Main Street or MAIL IN WRITTEN ADS, P O Box 1280, Brenham, TX 77834-1280. Cost: $3.00 per day for written ads (cash, check, or money order payable to KWHI)… written ads must be brief, list no more than four items
*PERSONAL SERVICES, lawn care, sewing, babysitting, pet sitting, etc. aired on WEDNESDAY ONLY! Businesses must call the KWHI Sales office for rates
*E-MAIL or FAXES NOT ACCEPTED view items on the web www.kwhi.com CLICK ON THE COUNTRY STORE
*YOUR CHURCH OR CIVIC GROUP FUNDRAISERS, BAKE SALES, PANCAKE SUPPERS, BBQ’S SHOULD BE CALLED IN TO 979 836.3655 OR EMAILED TO email@example.com TO BE POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD
Go Green for BVSWMA, Inc.’s Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Collection Event. Bring your paint, computers, expired medications, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, batteries, motor oil, pool chemicals, household cleaning agents and more! It’s scheduled for April 26th, 7am-2pm @ the University Services Building. Enter from Hwy. 30 going east from Hwy. 6, and take the first left after Veteran’s Park. No entrance will be allowed from University Dr. For more information call 979 764-3809 or visit online at www.twinoakslandfill.com
Focusing Families (A Non Profit Organization) based out of Hempstead serves Washington, Waller, Austin, Grimes and NW Harris Counties – PROVIDING F R E E EMERGENCY SHELTER AND SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT. Services provided; crisis hotline, crisis intervention, individual counseling, support groups, accompaniment services, legal advocacy, emergency lodging, community & professional education * CONTACT INFO; Crisis line/979 826.0000 www.focusing-families.org * FOCUSINGFAMILIES RESALE STORE hours/Monday-Thursday, 10am-4:30pm & Friday, 10am-5pm, accepting new and gently used items, 979 826.8024. All proceeds from the store are used for the continued growth of their Domestic/Sexual Violence Victim Services. To make a donation please contact them (all donation are tax exempt)
Forever Young Resale Shop - open Monday thru Friday, 10:00a-4:00p * Plus the 1st Saturday of each month, 8:00a-3:00p, in conjunction with the shop being open on Saturday they will host a monthly market mania in the parking lot (FREE VENDOR SPACES), 701East Commerce, Brenham
You are invited to the Healing Rooms of Washington County - Monday, 7:00-9:00p (NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY) @ First Christian Church Activity Center, 401 Sycamore, Brenham * Info #; 979 203.1747 * EMAIL; firstname.lastname@example.org * VISION STATEMENT: To cross all cultural barriers and unite to heal, deliver and restore the local body of Christ to Kingdom purposes/Rosemary McLean, Director, Tricia Schroeder, Co-Director * This ministry is associated with the International Association of Healing Rooms/Founder; Cal Pierce.
Hospice Boutique is looking for groups, organizations or even individuals that might be willing to organize a clothing drive to help bring in items for resale. The boutique accepts gently-worn ladies clothing, shoes, purses, hats, etc. Sales at the boutique benefit the patients served by Hospice Brazos Valley in Austin, Washington, Burleson, Brazos and surrounding counties. Call 979 277.9525 for more information.
Hospice Brazos Valley presents a monthly support group for those who have experienced the death of a loved one * F R E E FIRST STEP – a potluch luncheon meeting is held the third Tuesday of the month, 11a-1p @ The Hospice Brazos Valley Brenham office, 302 E. Blue Bell Rd. * To register call, Debbie Mackey, 979 277.9525 * Beverage provided; bring a dish to share
Partners Resource Network’s PATH Project offers education services at no cost to parents of children and youth with special needs or disabilities * No eligibility requirements or income limitations * FREE information & referral resources * FREE consultation & emotional support * FREE ARD preparation & assistance * FREE workshops & training * to schedule a one-on-one appointment in your area, please contact; Gail Wright, Regional Coordinator, 936 581.2045 email@example.com