TOP THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK:
November 28th – December 4th
Midland Community Theater presents A Christmas Carol! Tickets are now on sale for everyone! Don’t miss this classic holiday musical returning to MCT after 6 years. This production will also feature the brand new 1,600 square foot LED wall! A CHRISTMAS CAROL runs November 25-December 17 in Davis Theatre I! CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS OR MORE DETAILS. Visit the Box Office Tuesday-Friday from 12pm to 5pm or call (432) 570-4111. And don’t forget to get your 2023 memberships for all of the best deals and benefits of being a member!
Thanksgiving weekend through New Years night The Andrews Chamber of Commerce presents Andrews Christmas Lights – 301 NW Ave D in Andrews. Dark until 10pm on weeknights, and until 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Texas Size Computerized Christmas Light Show Synchronized to Music Show. Be sure to watch for children crossing the street. Be sure to bring warm clothing on cold nights- you will want to walk through the circle driveway to really enjoy the show. MORE DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE.
THURSDAY – SATURDAY 12/1-12/3:
The 31st Annual Midland Storytelling Festival is the kick-off to the holiday season. Head to Bush Convention Center for all of the festivities centered around the line-up of master storytellers offering the best in the oral tradition. There’s something for everybody! Plan to spend the whole day with them on Saturday. There’ll be programs for all ages and new this year as you gather leading up to the Finale Event at 5:45 PM, “CAROLS & COCOA”. Then the main event at 7 PM featuring all of the Master Tellers. Bring the whole family! It’s FREE!! ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE HERE.
Andrews Chamber of Commerce and CVB presents Rockin’ Jingle Bell Christmas Parade 7pm. TO REGISTER OR GET MORE INFO,CLICK HERE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (12/2 & 12/3):
Odessa Jackalopes vs Amarillo Wranglers at Ector County Coliseum 7:15 puck drop. TICKETS AND INFO HERE.
Downtown Odessa Parade of Lights 2-5p Letters to Santa and Free photos with Santa at the Copper Rose building, 2-10p Market- Food trucks, jumpers and tons of vendors to shop. 6:30p Parade starts at 23rd and travels south on Grant to 3rd street! MORE INFORMATION HERE.
The City of Odessa Parks and Recreation Department Jingle Bell Run. Parents bring the family (kids 12 and under are free), wear your best festive Christmas lights or light-up antlers, and join, part of their 5k run series! You will get a medal and a charm for each race completed in the series. Registration at Odessa College Deadrick South Hall Parking Lot at 4:30 p.m. DETAILS AND PREREGISTRATION HERE.
Junior Achievement of the Permian Basin and Miss Cayce’s host 6th annual Nighttime Jingle Bell Run, 5 PM – 8 PM. Midland Athletic Company is excited to continue its partnership with Junior Achievement of the Permian Basin to bring Midland its largest and most festive 5k. MORE DETAILS AND REGISTRATION INFO HERE.
Parks Legado Christmas Tree Vendor Market 5-9pm at the Parks Legado Town Center. Fresh Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland, free Santa visits, vendor market, free hot chocolate, Thomas the train rides, Christmas lights and so much more!! MORE DETAILS HERE.
Martin County Chamber of Commerce Annual Lighted Christmas Parade 6pm. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. All Festivities in Downtown Stanton. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
The Ector Theatre A Merry Metal Christmas feat. Kilter, Ethereal Flood, and Follow the Awakened.$5 Entry With Toy Donation $10 Without Donation All Donations to Benefit The Family Promise of Midland. Doors Open 7 PM, Show At 8 PM. TICKETS AND INFO HERE.
Sounds Of The Season Pops & Family Series at Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center 7:30pm. Celebrate the holidays with West Texas Symphony’s annual Christmas concert event! TICKETS AND DETAILS HERE.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (12/3 & 12/4):
Andrews Chamber of Commerce and CVB presents 44th Annual Sugar Plum Marketplace at Ace Arena. 10am-5pm Saturday & Noon-5pm Sunday. GET DETAILS HERE.
MEET THE GRINCH 1-4PM 3415 N Loop 250 W, Suite 307, Midland The Grinch, Cindy Lou Who and their helpers, volunteer their time to selected local businesses and require that a certain percentage from the event be donated to a local 501c3 organization. Cindy Lou Who asked Tea2Go to donate to Safe Place. There is also a section for the kids to take pics if they don’t want to be with the live grinch so the experience is enjoyable for all! MORE INFO AVAILABLE HERE.
Now- December 10 The new exhibit Medieval to Metal: The Art & Evolution of the GUITAR is now open at the Centennial Library! View over 40 objects and life-size photorealistic designs of guitars used over the course of centuries. Medieval to Metal is provided by the National Guitar Museum and brought to MCPL through support from the FMH Foundation, the Midland County Public Library Foundation, and the Carnegie Circle. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
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