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  • Great entertainment planned for BorderFest 2017

    20170223 borderfest logo 2017In its 41st year, South Texas’s largest music, culture and heritage festival “BorderFest” will celebrate the U.S.A. Each year, the festival has paid homage to a different country, bringing a bit of its culture and history to the Rio Grande Valley. In light of the current political climate, organizers decided to celebrate our… Read More +

  • Sombrero Fest is Feb. 23-25

    20170223 sombrero festivalThe annual Sombrero Festival, part of Charro Days in Brownsville, will be held Feb. 23-25 in Washington Park (7th Street and Madison Street) in downtown Brownsville. Tickets are $10 a day; the first three hours have free admission.

    On Thursday the gates open at noon.  From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. there will be a Home Depot Crafts… Read More +

  • VSO and Chorale present ‘Dvorak with Opera’

    20170223 WEB VSO OrchestraEnjoy the classic works of Czech composer Antonin Dvorak during the Valley Symphony Orchestra’s concert, “Dvorak with Opera,” on Thursday, March 2, at the McAllen Performing Arts Center located at 801 Convention Center Blvd in McAllen.

    Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m.

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  • Alamo Rose Quilt Show is March 8

    20170223 WEB Alamo Rose Quilt A Bees 2016The Alamo Rose Quilt-A-Bees will hold their third annual Alamo Rose Quilt Show on Mar. 8, from noon to 3 p.m. In addition to the quilts on display, Country Creek Peddlers will be on hand with quilting fabrics, patterns and other quilting supplies. There will also be a Second Hand Rose table.

    There will be… Read More +

  • Recital features American composers and poets

    BROWNSVILLE—Soprano Catherine Compton and pianist Allan Armstrong present a recital of American composers and poets entitled My People: Songs and stories of American lives at the TSC Arts Center Thursday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m.

    Featuring gripping photographs and artwork, the concert will explore artists and their contributions… Read More +

  • Southern Anthem gets better each year

    20170223 Southern Anthem stageWith a child prodigy fiddle player in 11-year-old Logan, members of Southern Anthem quipped they feared they would soon be known as the Logan Pausewang Back-up Band. Logan improves every year he plays. Taking lessons from Wade Landry has not hurt either. He plays many good fiddling songs but his trio of “Folsum Prison Blues,” “A-Train” and… Read More +

  • Winter Texan entertainment planned for BorderFest

    20170223 Kelli MarieA number of Winter Texan entertainers will be performing at BorderFest in Hidalgo on Saturday, March 4 beginning at noon with Vance Greek. Vance has been a favorite in the Valley for many years. 

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  • Showcase II also has popular performers

    There were many talented entertainers performing at the second Entertainers’ Showcase held in January. The showcases are held for activity directors so they can hear the newer performers audition as they make decisions on who to book for next season’s entertainment at the parks.

    Polling the activity directors in an informal survey, Winter Texan Times editor Kathy Olivarez found that the top four groups were so close… Read More +

  • LaFloresta Golf Tournament raises funds for cancer

    LaFloresta Golf 2Residents at LaFloresta RV Park, a small park in Mercedes, raised nearly $2,000 for the American Cancer Society in its 22nd Annual American Cancer Society Golf Tournament on Feb. 11. Some 81 Winter Texans competed in the mixed scrambles tourney.  All money collected from the event, golf fees and donations, went directly to the American Cancer Society. Bob Fuller, a Winter Texan… Read More +

  • Citrus industry seeks public’s help in controlling parasites

    20170223 Mex Fruit FlyOver the next five years Mexican Fruit Flies could cost the citrus industry $1.44 billion in lost revenues in three states including Texas, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In addition, other parasites such as the Asian Citrus Psyllid could contribute even more to lost citrus revenues, according to South Texas Citrus Alert (STCA).

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