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Nov. 30, 2016 at 10:42 p.m.

Through Dec. 23

Art League's Christmas Bazaar• The Victoria Art League

• 905 S. Bridge St.

• 1-5 p.m.

• Free

• Fine art, crafts (wreaths, door decor, etc.) pottery, stained glass, handmade ornaments and much more will be available. There will also be a silent auction of donated art.

THURSDAY

Jingle and Mingle Market Days• Bauer Community Center

• 2300 SH 35, Port Lavaca

• 4-8 p.m.

Conspirare Christmas• First United Methodist Church

• 407 N. Bridge St.

• 7:30 p.m.

• $20-$50

• Grammy-nominated choral ensemble Conspirare performs music celebrating the joy and mystery of the season, and invites you to sing along. Craig Hella Johnson blends hymns, chants, carols and popular songs into a concert experience. Singer-songwriter Matt Alber joins Conspirare as guest artist.

VFW Hamburger Night• VFW Hall

• 2001 Lova Drive

• 5-7 p.m.

• $5

• Serving hamburgers or cheeseburgers with chips. Drinks sold separately.

Safe and Sober Kickoff• Victoria College's Student Center

• 2200 Red River St.

• 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

• Free

• The Golden Crescent Traffic and Safety Coalition, which is comprised of first responders and safety officials from Victoria County and surrounding counties, will conduct an educational outreach to students and faculty. Representatives from the Texas Department of Public Safety, Victoria Police Department and Victoria County Sheriff's Office are scheduled to speak at the event, which is open to the public. For more information on the event, contact Everett-Hensley at 361-572-6440 or Elaine.Everett-Hensley@VictoriaCollege.edu.

Refugio Country Opry• The Expo Center at the Refugio County Fairgrounds

• 245 Fairground Road, Refugio

• 7 p.m.

• $7

• Special guest April and Jayson Hall and Ashlynn, of Floresville; Ray Crittenden, of Corpus Christi and Pat Grogan, of Ingleside. There is a Food Court and a smoke- and alcohol-free environment. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Door prizes at intermission. All net proceeds goes to a scholarship fund for Refugio County graduating seniors.

FRIDAY

American Legion Steak Night• American Legion Hall

• 1402 E. Santa Rosa St.

• 5 p.m. until sold out

• Steaks available at different prices and include a salad, baked potato and bowl of beans. Desserts sold separately. Each attendee is asked to bring a nonperishable food item to be donated to the Victoria Food Bank. For more information, contact John Tait at 361-920-4407 or Mie Pfeil at 361-652-0969.

Searching For Christmas• Baptist Temple Church

• 1804 N. Laurent St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free

• Music for all ages beginning with songs from the Handbell Ensemble. The Children's Choir and Adult Choir will be singing some Christmas favorites and also some new and meaningful Christmas songs. The musical ends with a portrayal of the birth of Christ. For more information, call us at 361-573-9296.

Christmas Concert• Our Saviour's Lutheran Church

• 4102 N. Ben Jordan St.

7:30 p.m.• To be announced.

• Victoria College Choir and the Victoria Civic Chorus will perform

DAV Veterans Information Seminar• Crossroads Area Veterans Center

• 2805 N. Navarro St.

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• Discussing facts which will strengthen your knowledge and understanding regarding the benefits and services you earned. For more information, contact NSO Humberto B. Meza at 210-699-5064.

Lunch and Learn• Twin Pines North

• 1301 Mallette Drive

• 11:30 a.m.

• Free

• Different health related topics are discussed each month. Lunch is provided, everyone is welcome to attend.

Norteo Dance Night• Irma's Ballroom

• 1301 Tristans St.

• 9 p.m.

• $10

• With Grupo Decidido and Grupo Inperio de Nuevo Len. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

Christmas in Goliad

• Downtown Goliad

• Friday - Lighted Christmas Parade, 7 p.m. Shopping, entertainment and food located around the square

• Saturday - vendor booths, food and entertainment. Highlights include Miss Rubys Corral, where authors sign and sell their books and Santas arrival on a longhorn steer. On Saturday evening choral groups and Las Posadas inspire visitors with the Christmas spirit.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

Motorcycle Safety Course• VC's Emerging Technology Complex

• 7403 Lone Tree Road

• $235

• Classes are from 6-10 p.m. Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.

• Motorcycles will be provided.

• Beginning and experienced riders can benefit from the course, which covers advanced physical and mental skills required to operate a motorcycle safely. Students will also learn defensive street-riding strategies. After completing the course, students will be issued an MSB-8 certificate, which should satisfy the Texas Department of Public Safety's written and driving examinations. Students must provide a helmet.

• For more information, contact Mary Pullin, Workforce and Continuing Education program specialist, at 361-485-6830 or Mary.Pullin@VictoriaCollege.edu.

Dec. 3

UH-V downtown Arts Series - Megan Kaminski and Jonathan STalling• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• Kaminski is the author of two books of poetry and 10 chapbooks. Stalling is a poet-critic who has published six books of poetry, criticism and translation. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

Blessing of King Fisher Park Pavilion• King Fisher Park

• 11:30 a.m.

• The blessing and dedication will take place at 11:30 a.m. with a reception , including hot dogs, cake and refreshments afterwards.

Breakfast with the Chick-fil-A Santa Cow• Victoria Educational Gardens

• 528 Waco Circle

• 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

• Benefiting the Children's Discovery Museum. Come have breakfast with the Chick-fil-A Cow, decorate cookies with Ms. Clause and enjoy fun holiday games and music.

Cow Pie Bingo• Practice Soccer field, Memorial Stadium

• 3001 Miori Lane

• Activities begin at 11 am., Bingo begins at 1 p.m.

• Purchase a land parcel for a chance to win grand prize. Buy a deed to you land parcel for $10 per lot or $100 per acre. If the cow deposits a pie on your land parcel, you win. Event includes, dunking booth, food and games.

Christmas Parade• Downtown, traveling along Main and Bridge Streets.

• 6 p.m.

• Free

• For more information, call 361-485-3200.

Pickers Patch Market Days• 9553 Salem Road

• 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Free

• Shopping from many booths, food and drinks available.

• For more information, call 361-676-5294.

Walk with A Doc• Citizens HealthPlex

• 9406 Zac Lentz Parkway, Loop 463

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• A walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. While you walk at your own pace, you will have the opportunity to have questions answered by local physicians. Presented by Dr. C. Lielani Valdes.

Junkfest Outdoor Market• Junktoria

• 4736 State Highway 185

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• A Market Days/Flea market event that offers a family friendly shopping experience. The event also includes food and entertainment. For more info contact 361-433-1718.

Miss Ruby's Corral, A Gathering of Texas Authors• Mustang Cantina Courtyard

• 306 S Commercial St., Goliad

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Free

• Miss Rubys Corral offers a venue for authors to sell and sign books. It is also a chance for the participating authors to exchange stories and share ideas. This will be a great place to buy books from local authors and to have those books autographed, just an idea for your Christmas shopping list.

"Christmas Off Main St." Family Fun Day• VCS, AT&T Authorized Retailer

• 105 Twin Fountains Drive

• 10 a.m.

• Free

• Pictures with Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus & Elves, Christmas crafts with the kids, hot chocolate, performances by Theatre Victoria Junior Theatre Company, The Grub Spot and so much more. Admission is free but we would like to ask you to bring with you one non-perishable food donation to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent.

Car show toy drive• Advanced Auto Parts

• 319 Rio Grande St Victoria

• 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

• New and unwrapped toys for a drive will be accepted at Advanced Auto Parts during a show and shine car show. All vehicles welcome.

Holiday Bazaar• Unitarian Universalist Church

• 1701 E Crestwood Drive

• 3-7 p.m.

• Booths available for $20. Call 252-367-2589.

Cheeseburger Dinner• Omar's

• 1404 Broadway, Port Lavaca

• 11 a.m. until sold out

• $8

• A live auction will be held at 1:30 p.m.

• Delivery available with purchase of 10 or more plates, call 361-212-1767 or 361-676-8548. Benefiting The Harbor Children's Alliance and Victim Center children's Christmas shopping program.

Old Landmark's Committee Senior Banquet• First United Methodist Church

• 407 N Bridge St.

• Noon

• Admission is free, donations accepted

• For more information, call Sandra Avery, 361-573-4187 or Gary Moses, 361-550-5466.

Tejano Dance Night• Irma's Ballroom

• 1301 Tristans St.

• 9 p.m.

• $8

• Doors open at 7 p.m. and show starts at 9 p.m. For reservations please call 361-655-2830.

Dec. 4

Classical Delight• St. Mary's Catholic Church

• 1648 Farm-to-Market Road 340, Hallettsville

• 7 p.m.

• Free

• Oleg Poliansky, laureate of the Tchaikovsky competition presents a piano concert. A complimentary reception will be held after the concert.

Hallettsville Lions Club Christmas Arts and Crafts Show• Hallettsville KC Hall

• 321 U.S. Highway 77 South

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Vendors and homemade holiday cookies sold by the pound.

Chicken Barbecue• St. Patrick's Church Hall

• 13316 state 185, Bloomington

• 9 a.m.

• $8

• Serving half a chicken plates with potato salad, bread, cake and all the trimmings or whole chickens. Call ahead order on sunday to 361-897-1398 or pre-order with Thomas Pribyl, at 512-657-1795.

Christmas Celebration• Faith Family Church

• 2000 Mockingbird Lane

• 8:30 a.m.

• Free

• Come enjoy a Christmas Celebration Production with dance, drama, and Christmas music by our church family. After each service, capture your family's photo at one of our photo booths and get creative at the Christmas Card Creation Stations to bless the elderly in our community.

Dec. 6

Basics of Diabetes Management• Jackson County Hospital

• 8:30 a.m.-noon

• This educational class is led by Dr. Diana Mercado. To schedule your appointment, call 361-782-7820.

Skills to Pay the Bills• VC's Emerging Technology Complex, Room 304 of the Conference & Education Center

• 7403 Lone Tree Road

• 5:30-6:30 p.m.

• Free

• The workshops will focus on interviewing for jobs, resume writing techniques and professionalism in the workplace. To register for the workshops, call (361) 582-2528 or email AskCE@VictoriaCollege.edu.

Tree of Angels Ceremony• Bauer Community Center

• 2300 N. Highway 35, Port Lavaca

• 7 p.m.

• Bring an angel ornament to place on the tree in memory of a victim of violent crime. To have a picture of you loved one on display and included in the victim's tribute power point presentation and a personalized candle, call Mary Sue Woods, at 361-550-7481. The candles will be lit by friends and family members during the ceremony.

Dec. 8

Holiday Artisans' Market• Museum of the Coastal Bend

• 2200 Red River St.

• 2-6 p.m.

• Free

• Unique holiday items and gifts, hand-crafted by regional artisans, Goliad Beer Company seasonal brew tasting, enjoy libations and tea hour snacks while you shop, Demos, samples and gift ideas. Support MCB, 10 percent of artisans' sales are donated to benefit the museum.

Gingerbread House Workshop• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 4-7 p.m.

• Free

• All ages are welcome and all supplies will be provided. For more information, contact the Library at 485-3302.

Port Lavaca Christmas Parade• 6:30 p.m.

El Campo Choir Holiday Concert• El Campo High School Auditorium

• 7 p.m.

• Free

• High School Varsity and Junior Varsity Choirs and Middle School Sixth Period Choir will present their annual Holiday Concert. The public is invited. All ECHS Choir alumni are encouraged to come join the ECHS Varsity Choir on stage for the finale to join in the traditional reunion choirs performance of "Do You Hear What I Hear?"

Chick-fil-A Winter Worship Concert• DeLeon Plaza

• 101 N. Main St.

• 6:30 p.m.

• Free

• Featuring Clay Crockett and Nation of Believers. The Chick-fil-A preparty begins at 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 8-11

The Nutcracker• Leo Walder Center

• 214 N. Main St.

• Thursday-Friday, 7:30 p.m.

• Saturday-Sunday, 2 p.m and 7:30 p.m.

• $30

• Presented by the Victoria Ballet Theatre. For tickets, call 361-570-8587.

Dec. 9-10

Christmas in Downtown

• Downtown Cuero

• Friday - 6-10 p.m.

• Saturday - Noon-10 p.m.

• Free

• A winter wonderland complete with ice skating, carriage rides, Texas Snow Dome, carousel, food trucks and Christmas Train and much more. Christmas in Downtown, presented by Cuero Main Street. The Entertainment Stage will host Christmas Karaoke, a magician, and tons of local talent. The Christmas Crafter's Market will also be back and downtown shops will be open late for holiday shopping.

Dec. 9-11

"The Majesty of Christmas"• Northside Baptist Church

• 4100 N. Laurent St.

• Friday - 6:30 and 8:15 p.m.

• Saturday and Sunday - 6:30 p.m.

• Free, tickets are required

• Tickets can be obtained by calling the church office at 361-578-1568 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by coming by the church office at 4100 N. Laurent St.

World Show Qualifier Texas Longhorn Exhibition• Brackenridge Recreational Complex Main Event Arena

• 9 a.m.

• Free

• Presented by South Texas Longhorn Association for youth and adults showing longhorn cattle. Entries will be coming in from all over Texas. The highlight of the show will be Saturday when attendants can see longhorn cattle shown on halter in the afternoon and without halters in the morning.

Dec. 10

Gingerbread House Workshop• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

• Free

• All ages are welcome and all supplies will be provided. For more information, contact the Library at 485-3302.

A Musical Production: Christmas...It's All About the Present• First United Methodist Church Victoria

• 407 N. Bridge St.

• 6 p.m.

• Come hear a modern, musical telling of the Christmas story including our Ignite Praise Band, Sanctuary Choir, Alleluia Ringers, and Children's Choirs.

Christmas Tamale Sale• American Legion Post 166

• 1402 E. Santa Rosa St.

• 10 a.m.-noon

• $10 per dozen

• Tamales are available in spicy or mild and may be pre-ordered or purchased the day of the sale while supplies last. To order, contact Mike Pfeil at 361-652-0969 or John Tait at 361-920-4407.

Miracle on Main Street Christmas Market• Downtown

• 115 W Main, Edna

• 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Miracle on Main Street Lighted Christmas Parade• Downtown

• 115 W Main, Edna

• 7 p.m.

• For more information, call 361-782-3122 Ext. 310 or 303.

Women in Partnership for Progress Scholarship Holiday Brunch and Auction• Sendera Texas Prime Restaurant

• 101 W. Goodwin Avenue

• 10 a.m.-noon

• $30

• Support scholarship funding for Victoria, Texas college bound youth by purchasing a ticket. For more information, call 361-220-6298.

Dec. 13

Christmas Tree Forest Night Tour• Yoakum Heritage Museum

• 312 Simpson St., Yoakum

• 5:30-7:30 p.m.

• Free

• The Tree Forest consists of 52 Christmas trees decorated in the theme of the "Ritz" in Paris, France. This is a social gathering to walk through the Tree Forest as the evening arrives. We turn out the museum lights and leave only the tree lights on.

Certain Women Screening• Leo Welder Center

• 214 N. Main St.

• 7:30 p.m.

• $9

• Presented by Victoria Film Society. The lives of three women intersect in small-town America, where each is imperfectly blazing a trail.

Dec. 14

Crossroads Community Band Concert• VISD Fine Arts Center

• 1002 Sam Houston Drive

• 7:30 p.m.

• Free

Crossroads Community Band Concert• Victoria Mall

• 7802 Navarro St.

• 2 p.m.

• Free

Dec. 15

Texas Water Resources Institute water quality meeting• Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office

• 411 N. Wells St., Edna

• 1:30 p.m.

• Free

• For anyone interested in improving and protecting the Lavaca River watershed. For more information, contact Entwistle at clare.entwistle@ag.tamu.edu or Berthold at taberthold@ag.tamu.edu.

Dec. 17

SantaLand• Leo J Welder Center

• 214 N Main St.

• 1-5 p.m.

• Kids, $5; adults, $2

• A family event. Photos with Santa, holiday treats, arts and crafts and games.

Winter Wonderland• Leo J Welder Center

• 214 N Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• $10

• Celebrate the holidays with Theatre Victoria during this show which includes singing, an old time radio show, and a performance from the Junior Company.

Los Pastores De Belen from San Antonio performing

Mission Espiritu Santo

Goliad

2 p.m.

Los Pastores is a play depicting the Shepherds' journey to witness the birth of the Christ Child. Lucifer and his band of Devils try to instill the seven sins on the Shepherds, preventing them from reaching their destination, but Michael the Archangel defends the Shepherds, fighting Lucifer and sending him back to Hell. For more information, please contact Mission Espiritu Santo at 361-645-3405.

Dec. 20

Basics of Diabetes Management• Jackson County Hospital

• 8:30 a.m.-noon

• This educational class is led by Dr. Diana Mercado. To schedule your appointment, call 361-782-7820.

Dec. 31

Princess and Superhero New Year's Eve Bash• Victoria Regional General Aviation Hangar

• 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

• Experience dancing, crafts, games, super heroes, princesses galore as we wait for the balloon to drop at noon.

Jan. 7

Hands-On History: It's About Time• Museum of the Coastal Bend

• 2200 Red River St.

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Pay what you want

• Learn how people of the past kept track of time. Build your own sand clock, and take a turn reading a sundial and a nocturnal.

Jan. 21

UH-V downtown Arts Series - Steve McCaffery and Karen Mac Cormack• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• McCaffery is the author of more than 40 books and chapbooks of poetry and criticism. Mac Cormack is a contemporary experimental poet. She holds dual British and Canadian citizenship. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

Jan. 28

UH-V downtown Arts Series - Linda Russo• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• Russo is a creative-critical writer whose work engages ecopoetics, which focuses on a strong ecological emphasis on message; human and non-human land use; and experiential and ideological geographies. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

Feb. 11

Hands-On History: Victorian Valentine's Day• Museum of the Coastal Museum

• 2200 Red River St.

• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• Pay what you want

• Create your own Victorian style valentine, and learn about the origins of Valentine's Day and Victorian traditions.

Feb. 18

UH-V downtown Arts Series - William S. Yellow Robe• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• Yellow Robe is an enrolled member of the Assiniboine Tribe from the Fort Peck Sioux and Assiniboine reservation in northeastern Montana. He is a leading American Indian playwright. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

March 25

UH-V downtown Arts Series - E. Ethelbert Miller and Tere Fowler-Chapman• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• Miller is a writer and literary activist. He previously visited Victoria in 2011 as part of the UHV/American Book Review Reading Series. Fowler-Chapman is the founder of Words on the Avenue and is executive director of Tucson Poetry Festival. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

April 8

UH-V downtown Arts Series - Andrew Levy and David Dove• UHV Center for the Arts

• 204 N. Main St.

• 7 p.m.

• Free and open to the public

• Levy's poems an essays have appeared in numerous American and international magazines and anthologies as well as 14 of his own books. Dove is a Houston trombone player, composer, improviser and educator. The artist will give a presentation of their work and answer questions. Refreshments are available.

Daily

Keeper Chats• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

• Zookeepers will be available at different exhibits to speak with the public.

• For more information, call the Texas Zoo at 361-573-7681.

Mondays/Tuesdays

Baby Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 2-2:30 p.m. Monday, 10-10:30 a.m. Tuesday

• For babies up to the age of 2. Lots of lap play, songs, flannel boards and interactive readings used to engage babies and guardians and aid in development.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Mondays & Thursdays

Free Exercises Classes• St. Mary's Catholic Church Annex

• Pound Fit

• 5:30-6:15 p.m.

• Zumba

• 5:30-6:30 p.m.

• Spaces are limited, first come first serve. Sponsored by: Victoria County, Texas Area Health Education Center East and Las Chicas. Call 361-485-6814.

Tuesdays

Zoosdays• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 10-10:30 a.m.

• For preschoolers and is included with admission.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Zoo Squad• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 3:30 p.m.

• This educational activity is perfect for elementary-aged children and is included with admission.

Zumba• St. Mary's Catholic Church Annex

• 5:30-6:30

• Free

• Spaces are limited, first come first serve. Sponsored by: Victoria County, Texas AHEC East and Las Chicas. For more information, call 361-485-6814.

Infant and Toddler Art Workshop Series (through 12-15-15)• Victory Christian Life Center

• 1604 E Crestwood Drive

• 9 a.m.

• $10-$50. $10 a child + one sibling free

• The Children's Discovery Museum is parternering with CDM STEAM panel member Dr. Jill Fox to offer this Art and Sensory Workshop series designed specifically for infants and toddlers. Each week will focus on a specific developmental skill such as large motor development, color, texture and temperature, and more. This child-led experience is calming for both parent and child, and enhances the child's sensory-motor skills while building a sense of community in the child's life.

Tuesdays/Thursdays

Zumba In The park• Riverside Park Special Events Area

• 405 Memorial Drive

• 7 p.m.

• Free

• Everyone is welcome to participate. Have fun and get healthy at the same time.

Wednesdays

Discovery Robotics Club (through 12-16-15)• Pine Street Community Center

• 803 Pine Street Victoria

• 4 p.m.

• $10

• Bring your curiosity and sense of wonder as you join the museum in the new Discover Robotics Club. During this semester long after school program, students will explore all aspects of STEAM [Science/Technology/Engineering/Art/Math] as they use their problem solving skills to create and program robots. Various types of robots and programming will be discussed each week and by the end of the semester an Ultimate Discover Robotics Competition will be the deciding factor in who should take home the title of CDMs Robotics Champion. Led by Caitlyn Jennings.

Wednesdays/Thursdays

Toddler Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 9:30-10 a.m., 10:30-11 a.m. Wednesdays; 9:30-10 a.m. Thursdays

• For walkers to age 3 with a parent/caregiver. Stories, repetitive songs, finger plays and activities to encourage early-language development and social skills.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Story Time• Victoria Public Library

• 302 N. Main St.

• 2-2:30 p.m. Wednesday; 10:30-11 a.m. Thursday

• For 4- to 5-year-olds. Children participate in stories, music and games that encourage language and social development.

• Visit victoriapubliclibrary.org or call the library at 361-485-3302.

Wednesdays/ Saturdays

Gator Feeding• Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• Find out what they eat, and see some alligator training in action. This is included with admission.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Thursdays

Mommy and Me Music Classes (through 12-17-15)• Pitter Patter

• 1305B E. Airline Road

• Baby Class: Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.

• Toddler/Preschool Class: Thursdays at 4 p.m.

• $50 per month

• Participate with your child each week in singing, chanting, moving, dancing, listening, and playing simple instruments

Thursdays/Sundays

Lion Training• The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• Noon

• Watch a lion training and feeding session and learn about this process and how it is used for the overall benefit of our animals.

• Visit texaszoo.org or call 361-573-7681.

Fridays

Do-Re-Mommy & Me Music(through 12-18-15)• Victoria All Star Dance Academy

• 125 N Star Drive

• 10:30-11 a.m.

• $10/child, plus bring one additional sibling free

• Come to CDM's newest class for infants to learn how to use the Mozart Effect to help strengthen and connect the neurons in your child's brain to make them better musicians, mathematicians and public speakers later in life. Starting as early as the newborn stage, children can learn rhythm (the mother's heartbeat), social and emotional development, small muscle skills, and music skills. This class will incorporate newborn massage set to the sounds of Mozart, Bach and other well known musicians. Attendees will also explore the five senses (touch, sound, smell, sight and hearing) using music and instruments. Led by Jennifer Short. To register, visit cdmgoldencrescent.com

Saturday/Sunday

Animal Show • The Texas Zoo

• 110 Memorial Drive

• 1 p.m.

• Come down to The Texas Zoo for the animal show featuring some of the zoo's snakes, tortoises, lizards, birds and fuzzy friends.


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