October 24….Bop Time
- The music of the 50s ranged from big band performances
that you might've heard in the 40s to Little Richard
to Buddy and Elvis. But the Music that inspired
the 50s dance craze "The Bop" stands
alone as the most exciting music out of that decade.
Join the Cactus Cast, Lubbock Texas Rhythm Machine
and D'Venue Dancers for a night of fun, toe tapping
excitement! Please contact the box office at 806-762-3233
to reserve tickets. Reserved seating $20. Cactus
Theater,1812 Buddy Holly Avenue; 7:30 p.m.
October 24 - 25….Lubbock
Symphony Orchestra: Masterworks 2, Royal Fireworks
- A musical fantasy from England: Vaughan Williams
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis will enrapture
you with beautiful tunes and sumptuous sounds.
Handel will tickle you with his English accents.
Can you Handel Haydn? Principal LSO Trumpet, Will
Streider, performs Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto,
Hob. VIIe: 1 in E-flat major. Cost: $50, $40,
$25. Student pricing:$38, $33, $15. For more information
or to purchase tickets please call the LSO box
office at 806.762.1688 or visit www.lubbocksymphony.org.
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis
Lane; 7:30 p.m.
25….The Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market
for the Farmers Market! Through the end of season
in October, the market will be open every Saturday.
There will be lots of vendors including Sunburst
Farms, Crazy Hoe Farms, Harden Farms, Apple Country,
Crusty's Wood Fired Pizza, Juicy Lucy’s
Veggies, Dutch Cheesemaking, Wolf Creek Farms,
Pullen Produce, Kelly B Jammin’, Simply
Decadent Bakery, South Plains Foodbank GRUB Farm
, Nancy Hubbard, Honeys Farm Fresh, Holy Cow Beef
and Dessert Flirt.
learn more, visit the website at lubbockdowntownfarmersmarket.com
for more info. Depot
District, 19th & Buddy Holly Avenue; 9 a.m.-
25….Great Expectations Baby Expo
- Moms, pregnant moms, new moms, grandmas, or
anyone else who likes to shop for babies are invited
to this event. This is a great opportunity to
shop for babies, but also get some good education
such as how to take care of yourself during pregnancy
to picking out the perfect car seat. Many vendors
will be at the event. You will find clothes, books,
and décor for your room at the Expo. .
Plus, there will be food, music, and activities
also provided, such as a pumpkin painting booth
and picture opportunities. Questions: Call 806.725.6667
or email email@example.com. Covenant Women’s
and Children’s Hospital - 4000 24th St.
(Arnett Room, 6th Floor); 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Event – All Singles 18 +
are invited to a event hosted by the Lubbock Mission
Church. There will be games, drinks, snacks and
a short message from the Bible. Lubbock Mission
Church, 2209 University, Parking in the back;
6 – 10 p.m.
26….Texas Tech Choral Concert
- the University Singers, Women’s Chorale,
and the University Choir will present a concert
featuring a number of works and composers, including:
Geistliches Lied (Brahms), Kas Tie Tadi (arr. Sametz),
Gloria (Haydn), Ain’t No Grave Can Hold My
Body Down (Caldwell & Ivory), Pseaume 96: Chantez
a Dieu (Sweelinck), To the Mothers in Brazil: Salve
Regina (Jansson/arr. Eriksson), Cheres Fleurs (Massenet),
and Domine, ad adjuvandum me (Martini). The University
Choir will also perform the world premiere of Levente
Gyöngyösi’s Regnavit Dominus. Conductors
are Richard Bjella (University Choir), Sarah Cohen
(University Singers), Carolyn Cruse (Women’s
Chorale), and Justine Halamicek (University Singers).
Guest musicians also performing are Ross Ipsen (viola),
Kughwa Lee (piano), Marissa Merritt (cello), Fagner
Rocha (violin), and Felicia Rojas (violin). Hemmle
Recital Hall of the TTU School of Music; 3 p.m.
30….Silly Science Carnival
– An exciting annual Fall fun event just for
pre-schoolers! This Fall themed mini-carnival will
take place in the Science Spectrum museum, and is
perfect for those younger ones that might not want
to get out and compete with the older kids at other
Here are just some of the fun activities planned:
Carnival Games with Guaranteed Prizes
• Silly Science Crafts
• Silly Science Live Demos
• A Mini Bounce House
• Spooky Critter Zoo
• A Costume Parade
• Snacks and Sweet Trick-or-Treats
All Silly Science Carnival activities will be located
in the museum and are included with standard museum
admission. $8 for Adults and $6.50 for children
(3-12) and Seniors (60+). Children 2 & under
are free with an adult. Tickets to the Silly Science
Carnival also include full museum admission. Get
$1.00 off standard Museum Admission with 2 cans
of food per person donated to the South Plains Food
Bank! Members get in FREE with two cans of food
per person. The Silly Science Carnival is only recommended
for families with children preschool aged children,
up to age 5. No scary costumes please! For more
information, the public may call 806-745-2525 ext.
234 or visit www.sciencespectrum.org. Science Spectrum
Museum, 2579 S. Loop 289; 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Productions presents “SOCIETY PAIGE”
- Come enjoy an evening of great food with extra
helpings of mayhem and murder at this mystery dinner
theater production. It's 1929 and flighty heiress
Paige Whitehall is throwing herself a birthday and
you’re all invited. Everyone will be there
… Jane Edison, Paige’s devoted personal
secretary, the fabulous singing Sullivan Sisters
– Dulcie and Dina, Eddie Delancey who has
the hots for Paige and a secret, handsome gambler
Brooklyn Flatts and ne’er-do-well bookie Moose
Morton. Even gossip columnist Fritzi Fitzroy is
planning to attend – and you know everyone
just dying to see her! Tickets: $15 per person (does
not include meal).Reservations only, no “at
the door” sales. Reservations must be paid
for in full by Monday, October 27 so that the restaurant
may have a head count. For more info or to reserve,
please contact Whitney Ryan Garrity at (806) 401-3182
or firstname.lastname@example.org. Orlando's, 2402 Avenue Q;
Guests will be seated for dinner at 6:30 p.m., the
show will begin at 7 p.m.