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  • RGV celebrates Independence Day

    Thousands of Valley residents will gather to celebrate America’s birthday this weekend by firing up the grill, going on picnics, setting off firework or attending parties. Countless others will load up the kids and head out to one or more public celebrations being held in communities across the Rio Grande Valley.

    Parades, eating contests, concerts, cook-offs and the ever-popular and awe-inspiring fireworks displays are just some of the activities that will be available.

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  • Celebrate National Moth Week at Bentsen-RGV State Park

    Join Bentsen-RGV State Park on Saturday, July 18 from 8-10 p.m., as they celebrate Moth Week with a special program and walk through their gardens. The evening will be devoted to one of the most diverse groups of species on earth as attendees discover the various moths that can be found at Bentsen-RGV State Park.

    National Moth Week celebrates the life cycles and habitats of moths. The entire family is encouraged to learn about, observe, and… Read More +

  • Live animal show at Quinta Mazatlan next week

    Quinta Mazatlan invites you to take your family for a great live animal show in English and Spanish on Thursday, July 9, 7 p.m. in the park.

    Kids of all ages will be entertained and educated by Contacto Animal. The show involves audience participation, touching creatures and information on how to live together in this world. Plus a special visit from an extinct creature from the dinosaur age is sure to excite all.

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  • Roar into summer at Quinta Mazatlan’s ‘Jurassic Park’

    If you walked back in time at a rate of one million years per step….how far out your door would you have to go to shake hands with a T-Rex? What is it like to be a “Paleontologist?” Did dinosaurs come from reptiles that could fly or mammals that developed feathers? How many children would fit into the neck of a Brachiosaurus? Could you win “Dino-jeopardy?”

    This Summer Quinta Mazatlán is offering two new and exciting… Read More +

  • UTPA’s Mariachi Aztlán selected to perform at Chicago’s Millennium Park on June 28

    Being a part of The University of Texas-Pan American’s acclaimed Mariachi Aztlán is a blessing for freshman and violinist Clyde Guerra, one that has allowed him to share his love for traditional Mexican music nationwide and, soon enough, with the Chicago community.

    UTPA’s 16-member mariachi group has been invited to perform at the first-ever Chicago Mariachi and Folklórico Festival on June 28 at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park.

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  • Farewell!

    As always, we have had a lot of fun attending Winter Texan activities and seeing the many things Winter Texans enjoy doing while in the Rio Grande Valley. The things Winter Texans think of to do for fun is limitless.

    But Winter Texans are not all about fun, they also take a serious look at the plight of some South Texas residents and the people who live across the river and make a serious effort to… Read More +

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