Elvira is turning 40. Can I get an “oom-poppa-oom-poppa-mow-mow?” The Oak Ridge Boys are celebrating the ruby anniversary of one of country’s most enduring sing-a-longs and will perform May 22 in Salado.
Central Texas Christian School’s theater company is slated to take the stage at the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center, 3011 N. Third St. in Temple, next weekend for their rendition of “Once Upon a Mattress.”
The Lena Armstrong Public Library in Belton is now starting a new — more colorful — chapter as the city works on exterior improvements.
Virago: A woman of strength or spirit; a female warrior. These are the qualities that a local group of girls have come to embody as they seek to learn more from the world around them than what is traditionally offered.
If someone had told me a week ago that I would find myself at a 22-degree incline in the driver’s seat of my Jeep Gladiator while struggling to edge over a rock ledge I would have told them they were crazy.
Salado is gearing up for spring’s Texas Wine and Rogue Art Festival, March 27-28, which will again coincide with the village’s Wildflower Arts and Crafts Festival.
A series of fundraising happenings will take center stage in the village of Salado following Sirena Fest’s announcement of its calendar of events for 2021.
Fur and wool will replace chocolate and flowers for 15 people this Valentine’s Day as they get a unique visit from some furry friends. For the third year in a row, Tiny Hooves Rescue and Petting Zoo hosted its annual animal-gram fundraiser.
Even without its traditional in-person gala, the Contemporaries of the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center last month was able to secure more than $100,000 in donations during the group’s annual fundraiser.
A new business in Belton is bringing a 19th century style of photography into the modern era. Forgotten Film studio, operated by Laura Lee and her husband Jonathan Cobb, offers tintype photography, which was popular in the 1860s.
The Central Texas Orchestral Society will present a full season with four concerts at the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center in 2021, despite a delayed start due to the pandemic.
There are several places to go to see light displays in the area, but one of the best is actually in our own backyard. BLORA’s Nature in Lights Christmas light display near Lake Belton has more than five miles of illuminated displays.