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TOP THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK ~ May 13-19


MONDAY 5/13:
4-Week Fitness Boot Camp! Let Odessa College Sports Center help you achieve your goals! Renew your commitment to your health with guided workouts created by a certified personal trainer! Odessa College Sports Center Session 5: May 13th – June 6th. Open to all 16 years and older; Sports Center membership not required; Class size is limited. REGISTER ONLINE & GET MORE INFORMATION HERE.


TUESDAY 5/14:
Tuesday Night Kids Ride at Odessa Mountain Bike Park! Join for a weekly bike ride, mildly structured group ride for kids, but mainly just getting kids out there and riding together. All ages and skill levels are welcome. 5:30-7:30pm, 7751 Eastridge Road (behind the fire station) in Odessa. MORE DETAILS HERE

Tales and Trails at Sibley Nature Center! Join an interactive story-time program for 2-4-year-olds, their siblings, and caregivers. Children listen to stories, play games, create crafts, and walk on the trails. Registration required. 9:30-10:30 am, 1307 E Wadley Ave in Midland. MORE INFO AVAILABLE HERE

Permian Basin Master Gardeners presents Tree 101! This free event will teach you all you need to know like: Choosing ~ Planting ~ Caring for a Tree! 6-8pm at the Midland County Extension Office, 2445 E Hwy 80 in Midland. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE.


WEDNESDAY 5/15:
ALZ for ALL Educational Conference! Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association West Texas Chapter, this educational conference will feature professionals from various fields as they discuss a wide range of topics equipping caregivers, friends, and family of those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia related diseases. This is a FREE event and open to ALL. 9am-3:30pm at the Bush Convention Center, 105 N Main St, Midland. Space is limited. REGISTER AND GET ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE.


THURSDAY 5/16:
Senior Celebration of the Permian Basin! The Area Agency on Aging of the Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission will be hosting a Senior Celebration in recognition of Older Americans and Older Texans Month. 9am at The Midland County Horseshoe Arena. For more information, contact the Area Agency on Aging of the Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission at 432.563.1061. MORE DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE

Third Thursday Reading Program at the Bush Family Home State Historic Site, 5-6:15 pm. A special guest reader will read this month’s featured book titled: Only in Texas By Heather Alexander. The event will be held in the visitor’s center for children of all ages! Children in attendance will receive a free copy of the featured book and participate in activities relating to the theme of the book! This program is brought to the public free through the Laura Bush Literacy Program. MORE DETAILS HERE

Open Mic Night at The Destination! FREE community open mic night, hosted by Christy Lewis and Alan Castillejos.  Bring your instrument or voice and showcase your skills on stage. Doors open at 6pm. 1705 W Industrial in Midland. Family and pet friendly. Bar service and food trucks are always available on site. MORE INFORMATION HERE

Ray Wylie Hubbard at The Ector Theater! Like legends Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings,  Ray Wylie Hubbard was an architect of the musical legacy that continues to inspire subsequent generations of up-and-coming Texas talent. 7-10pm, Ector Theater at 500 N Texas Ave in downtown Odessa. TICKETS AND DETAILS HERE.


FRIDAY 5/17:
2024 Sporting Clay Fundraiser! Join Archway Outreach for the 2024 Sporting Clay Fundraiser! Multiple chances to win prizes with boards and drawings. 11AM at Windwalker Farms Sporting Clays, 2673 County Road C2801, Stanton.  MORE INFORMATION HERE

Friday Night Live at The Destination: Five Years Apart! Friday Night Live features local bands & there is always no cover! Five Years Apart are a local band playing rock music plus so much more. Doors open 7 music starts at 8pm. Bar service and food trucks are always available. MORE INFORMATION HERE.


SATURDAY 5/18:
Midland Community Band’s Spring Concert! Come join the Midland Community Band for their end-of-year concert. A wide variety of music will be played along with quite a few ensembles. 2pm at Midland College in the Allison Fine Arts building, 3600 N Garfield. This is a FREE event. DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE

Easton Corbin at The Tailgate! Doors at 6pm. No re-entry. No lawn chairs permitted. Food trucks on site. This is a rain or shine event. This is an 18 and up event. 4401 N Big Spring in Midland. TICKETS AND INFORMATION HERE

Armed Forces Day Celebration at The Destination! A time to honor the men and women who presently serve in the Armed Forces of the United States. This event is a FREE celebration for all current military members, veterans and immediate family. Doors open at 7. Music by J. Rodney Dunn & The Lost Frijoles Band. Bar service and food trucks always available on-site. MORE INFORMATION HERE.


SUNDAY 5/19:
2nd Annual Space Nation Day at The Petroleum Museum! 2-5PM, a FREE, out-of-this-world experience with former NASA astronaut Michael Good and other space visionaries. Learn about the exciting Moon Pioneers Mission and discover how Midland is at the center of space exploration! Fun for all ages: Thrilling space activities for kids / Special space mission challenge for adults & students with incredible prizes, including a $10,000 VIP Moon Pioneers ticket / Snap selfies with astronauts in their space suits / Local food trucks serving delicious treats. MORE DETAILS HERE.

 Fix West Texas and PetSmart Odessa Adoption Event! 11AM-2PM, 2020 E 42nd St in Odessa. Come see us and meet some of our adoptable dogs! All adoption fees include vaccinations, microchip, and spay/neuter of pets. MORE INFO HERE.



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