An art exhibit featuring faculty installations recently concluded at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Baugh Center for the Visual Arts. These works reflected a variety of artistic mediums, including sculpting, printmaking and drawing.
The 10th Annual Chrome & Carols Festival of Lights will be a little different this year because of COVID-19, but the show will carry on virtually with a livestreamed event planned Dec. 3.
Instead of holding its traditional Oktoberfest activities this year, Barrow Brewing Co. will switch to a more mobile option — bicycles. The Volks Ride bicycling event set Saturday, Oct. 17, will benefit the Salado Volunteer Fire Department.
The Contemporaries of the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center will take local students on a virtual educational tour of Polynesia while exploring the Maori culture during this year’s annual “Hands On” program.
The Central Texas Area Model Railroaders group will hold its 38th annual model train show Sept. 19-20 and the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center in Temple.
Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas recently had to transition their annual Divine Desserts fundraiser to a virtual masquerade event, which raised $16,000.
Backpack Buddies, a combined effort through Churches Touching Lives for Christ and the Temple Independent School District, will provide 1,300 students with school supplies and a new backpack for the upcoming school year.
Learning to adapt has been key this year for both children and parents aiming to be a part of the Temple Public Library’s annual summer reading program, which was moved online due to the coronavirus.
“Transformations,” an exhibit of abstract art quilts, is now on display in the Saulsbury gallery at the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center.
Casin Sellears said he had no firearm experience before joining a Bell County 4-H club. But the 17-year-old student from Central Texas Christian School said that was all but an issue.
Legacy Beach Volleyball Club, 8631 Cedar Creek Road, is a Temple-based business that started with a collective dream about a backyard sand volleyball court.