December marks the countdown to the end of the year and is filled with a plethora of holiday-themed events that are fun for the whole family. If you’re wondering just what to do this holiday season, we’ve compiled a list for all of your festive needs. Happy Holidays from Daniel Stark!

December 3, 2015

BCS December Events

Holiday Magic @ Sue Haswell Park (5:30-8:30pm)

Holiday Magic is a free family event with train rides, sledding on real snow, pictures with Santa, holiday crafts and games, hot chocolate and cookies. There will be a free shuttle from Blinn College for easy parking and no-hassle transportation.

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Christmas Tree Lighting @ George Bush Presidential Library (7pm)

Join us as we light the George Bush Presidential Library Center’s Community Christmas Tree! Modeled after the tree lighting ceremony that takes place annually on the White House grounds, the ceremony will include musical entertainment, a celebrity guest tree lighter, and a public reception. Throughout the month, we encourage people to take their family pictures in front of the beautifully decorated, beautifully lit tree.

For more information call (979) 691-4014 or email reservations.bush@nara.gov. Be sure to come early and join us for the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours from 5:30-7 pm in the rotunda. This is an excellent networking opportunity and chance to find out how the Chamber can help you and your business.

Admission is free.

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December 4, 2015

Sweet T Vintage Market & Southern Junk @ Wellborn Community Center (5-8pm)

The Sweet T Vintage Market & Southern Junk Show is a gathering of vintage and creative artisans from across Texas! The Wellborn Community  Center at 4119  Greens Prairie Road West will be transformed into a “shoppers paradise”  where  patrons can shop more than 50 hand selected vendors. There are plenty of one-of-a-kind finds – vintage, salvaged,  reclaimed treasures, home decor, furniture, jewelry, and clothing.

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Christmas in the Park @ Stephen C. Beachy Central Park (6-10pm)

Daily activities will include a tour of the park on an old-fashioned hayride, free cookies and hot cocoa, and photos with Santa. You’re allowed to bring your own camera to take photos for free or buy a professional photo for $5.

The holiday celebration doesn’t stop there! Guests can continue the family tradition of viewing more than one million lights that will decorate the beautiful 47-acre Stephen C. Beachy Central Park from 6-11 p.m. each day starting on Thanksgiving and ending New Year’s.

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Oliver! @ The Theatre Company (7pm)

Oliver! is based on the Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name. The musical engages audiences immediately with its pathos and drama, while delighting everyone with outstanding musical numbers from its Tony Award-winning score. Food, Glorious Food, I’d Do Anything, Where is Love?, Consider Yourself, As Long As He Needs Me, Who Will Buy and Reviewing the Situation are musical theatre classics. Dickens’ characters are brought to life — perhaps larger than life — with all their facets glowing in this production!

Tickets are available here.

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The Polar Express 30th Anniversary Celebration Pajama Party @ Barnes & Noble College Station (7pm)

All aboard! In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the beloved classic The Polar Express, join us Friday, December 4 at 7:00PM for a pajama Storytime. There will be crafts and tons of fun!

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BinarySpace Maker Fair @ BinarySpace (7pm)

Join BinarySpace during the December First Friday for the second BinarySpace Maker Fair showcasing locally crafted goods, technology and art by makers in the community. The event is free to attend and free drinks will also be provided.

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Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells Batman Smells @ Brazos Valley TROUPE (7:30pm)

Junie B. Jones, First-Grader, is super-excited about the upcoming Holiday Sing-Along and Secret Santa gift exchange at her school. Too bad tattletale May keeps ruining all of Junie B.’s fun. So when Junie B. draws May’s name for Secret Santa, she comes up with the perfect plan to teach her nemesis a lesson! But will the Christmas spirit of peace and goodwill interfere before she can give you-know-who what she deserves? A hilarious and endearing tale based on the best-selling book series by Barbara Park.

Tickets are available here.

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Hazy Ray @ Grand Stafford Theater for First Friday (8pm)

Straight out of New Orleans, Hazy Ray is an amalgamation of sights and sounds you may have seen and heard before, but you’ve never experienced them blended together so distinctively to create an experience that ensnares the senses and communicates with your soul. The five piece band boldly describes their sound as “… at the core, true rhythm & blues,” pulling from their vast influences that range from Jamie Cullum and Dave Matthews to Radiohead and Maroon 5. On stage, Hazy Ray is known for their precise and exceptionally energetic live shows.
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The concert is free and fun for all ages.

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December 5, 2015

Independence Harley Davidson Toy Run (8am-3:30pm)

Independence Harley Davidson provides a Christmas to as many as 60 children each year that would ordinarily not have one. The money raised by the Brazos de Dios H.O.G. Foundation is used to purchase not only toys, games, and books but also new clothes, shoes, coats, blankets, pillows, and beds (if children are sleeping on the floor). Each gift is handed wrapped and tagged by 30 plus volunteers over a 3-to-4 night wrapping session at the National Guard Armory until the job is done and on the day of the Toy Run, the gifts are delivered, with police escort, by Santa and 75 to 300 motorcycle riders to each home. Independence Harley-Davidson and Brazos de Dios H.O.G. Foundation are honored and privileged to continue this 25 year tradition.

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BCS December Events

Breakfast with Santa @ Neal Recreation Center (9am-12pm)

Even though he’s really busy this time of year, Santa is taking time out of his busy schedule to visit kids in Bryan before his annual trek around the world to deliver toys.

Breakfast with Santa is a family-friendly event geared toward elementary school-aged children. There will be pictures with Santa, breakfast, a movie screening, and crafts. Breakfast with Santa is free for NRC members and $5 for non-NRC members.

Registration is available online.

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Holiday Shopping Event for Educators @ Barnes & Noble College Station (9am)

Pre-K to 12th grade educators are invited to a special holiday shopping event where they will receive a 25% discount on books, toys, games, movies, and music, plus 10% off Café consumables and select NOOK® devices. Our booksellers can help educators find the perfect gift for themselves and everyone on their holiday shopping list!

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Christmas Shopping for Fair Trade Handcrafts and Gourmet Food @ St. Mary’s Catholic Center (9am-9pm)

St. Mary’s in College Station is hosting its annual Work of Human Hands Sale, which will offer high-quality, fairly traded crafts and food produced by small-scale artisans and growers from around the world. By purchasing beautiful handmade items at the Work of Human Hands Sale, you add meaning to your Christmas shopping by giving the producers and their families an opportunity for a better future. This is not a fundraiser for the hosting church and all the proceeds go back to the people who produce the goods and to their community.

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Sweet T Vintage Market & Southern Junk @ Wellborn Community Center (5-8pm)

The Sweet T Vintage Market & Southern Junk Show is a gathering of vintage and creative artisans from across Texas! The Wellborn Community  Center at 4119  Greens Prairie Road West will be transformed into a “shoppers paradise”  where  patrons can shop more than 50 hand selected vendors. There are plenty of one-of-a-kind finds – vintage, salvaged,  reclaimed treasures, home decor, furniture, jewelry, and clothing.

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34th Annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Show (10am-5pm)

For the past 33 years, The Christmas Arts & Crafts Show has offered shoppers a truly remarkable and one-of-a-kind shopping experience. Tons of great Christmas gift-giving ideas.

The 2015 show has been designed to attract an even greater number of event attendees and features quality artists and crafts people. There will be over 100 booths offering unique and one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts. You’ll will find a huge selection of hand-made jewelry, wearable art, ceramics, homemade jellies, salsa, sweets and much, much more . All perfect and unique Christmas and Holiday gifts for the ones you love.

Some highlights of this year’s show are:

  • 100 FINE ARTISTS & CRAFTSPEOPLE
  • Extensive multi-media advertising, TV, radio, newspaper, flyers
  • No Commissions charged on sales.
  • No price limit
  • Indoor, well-lit convention center.
  • Friday & Saturday night security
  • Free Parking
  • Free Parking for self-contained RV’s available in Brazos’s Center parking lot.

Admission is $4 and good for both days. Children under 10 get in for free!

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BCS December Events

How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Storytime @ Barnes & Noble College Station (11am)

Barnes & Noble will celebrate all things Grinch with coloring and a special event featuring How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

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Christmas in the Park Stephen C. Beachy Central Park (12-9pm)

Daily activities will include a tour of the park on an old-fashioned hayride, free cookies and hot cocoa, and photos with Santa. You’re allowed to bring your own camera to take photos for free or buy a professional photo for $5.

On Saturday, December 5, visitors can enjoy dance performances, inflatables, a petting zoo, real snow slide, and a Holiday Vendor Village with a variety of arts, crafts, jewelry, candles and more. Guests may bring their own refreshments, but coolers must be 48 quarts or smaller. Alcohol, glass containers, and pets are not allowed. Food vendors will be available.

The holiday celebration doesn’t stop there! Guests can continue the family tradition of viewing more than one million lights that will decorate the beautiful 47-acre Stephen C. Beachy Central Park from 6-11pm each day starting on Thanksgiving and ending New Year’s.

Performance Schedule:
12:45-1:05pm — Pure Energy Dance
1:15-1:25pm — A&M Vertical Expressions Ballroom
1:35-2:05pm — Creek View Show Choir
2:15-2:45pm — Powersports
2:55-3:15pm — Brazos Valley Girls’ Choir
3:25-4:15pm — Expressions Dance/Lil Wranglers
4:25-5:15pm — Suzanne’s Dance
5:25-5:55pm — Wildfire Cloggers
6:10-7pm — Ciarra Marcel Acoustic/Sax
7:15-7:45pm — Chara Christian Dance
8-8:10pm — Cathy Liu and Amanda Hammond
8:25-8:45pm — Grind4God Ministries

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Reavis Z. Wortham Book Signing & Meet and Greet @ Barnes & Noble College Station
(1-3pm)

Come meet Reavis Z. Wortham and get your signed copy of Dark Places – the newest book in the Red River Mystery Series which follows the story of the Parker family and their world of lies, deceptions and murders.

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BCS December Events

Chill Fest (1pm-4pm)

Chill Fest is a winter festival for students and families. Activities include a flag football tournament, field games, crafts, photo booths, tons of food, and more! The event will be hosted by the Texas A&M chapter of With Purpose, and all proceeds will benefitchildhood cancer research. For more information about the cause, visit the website withpurposecs.wix.com/wpcs.

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Oliver! @ The Theatre Company (2pm & 7pm)

Oliver! is based on the Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name. The musical engages audiences immediately with its pathos and drama, while delighting everyone with outstanding musical numbers from its Tony Award-winning score. Food, Glorious Food, I’d Do Anything, Where is Love?, Consider Yourself, As Long As He Needs Me, Who Will Buy and Reviewing the Situation are musical theatre classics. Dickens’ characters are brought to life — perhaps larger than life — with all their facets glowing in this production!

Tickets are available here.

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Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells Batman Smells @ Brazos Valley TROUPE (3pm & 7:30pm)

Junie B. Jones, First-Grader, is super-excited about the upcoming Holiday Sing-Along and Secret Santa gift exchange at her school. Too bad tattletale May keeps ruining all of Junie B.’s fun. So when Junie B. draws May’s name for Secret Santa, she comes up with the perfect plan to teach her nemesis a lesson! But will the Christmas spirit of peace and goodwill interfere before she can give you-know-who what she deserves? A hilarious and endearing tale based on the best-selling book series by Barbara Park.

Tickets are available here.

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Aggieland Humane Society Pet Adoption and Hot Cocoa @ Santa’s Wonderland
(3pm-midnight)

A number of pets will be available for adoption at Santa’s Wonderland and the Aggieland Humane Society will be selling hot coca to help all the pets who find their way into the organization’s care.

Interested pet owners can get their adoption application pre-approved at Aggieland Humane Society before Saturday, December 5.

For applications and more information, visit www.aggielandhumane.org.

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A Musical Celebration of Christmas @ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (7pm)

A Musical Celebration of Christmas is free to the public and features vocal and instrumental performances by members of several local churches and the A&M Consolidated High School vocal ensemble. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will also have a beautiful collection of nativity sets from around the world on display for all to see. Following the musical event, light refreshments will be served.

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December 6, 2015

Christmas Shopping for Fair Trade Handcrafts and Gourmet Food @ St. Mary’s Catholic Center (9am-9pm)

St. Mary’s in College Station is hosting its annual Work of Human Hands Sale, which will offer high-quality, fairly traded crafts and food produced by small-scale artisans and growers from around the world. By purchasing beautiful handmade items at the Work of Human Hands Sale, you add meaning to your Christmas shopping by giving the producers and their families an opportunity for a better future. This is not a fundraiser for the hosting church and all the proceeds go back to the people who produce the goods and to their community.

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34th Annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Show (10am-5pm)

For the past 33 years, The Christmas Arts & Crafts Show has offered shoppers a truly remarkable and one-of-a-kind shopping experience. Tons of great Christmas gift-giving ideas.

The 2015 show has been designed to attract an even greater number of event attendees and features quality artists and crafts people. There will be over 100 booths offering unique and one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts. You’ll will find a huge selection of hand-made jewelry, wearable art, ceramics, homemade jellies, salsa, sweets and much, much more . All perfect and unique Christmas and Holiday gifts for the ones you love.

Some highlights of this year’s show are:

  • 100 FINE ARTISTS & CRAFTSPEOPLE
  • Extensive multi-media advertising, TV, radio, newspaper, flyers
  • No Commissions charged on sales.
  • No price limit
  • Indoor, well-lit convention center.
  • Friday & Saturday night security
  • Free Parking
  • Free Parking for self-contained RV’s available in Brazos’s Center parking lot.

Admission is $4 and good for both days. Children under 10 get in for free!

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Jingle Bell Fun Run (1:15pm)

The College Station Parks & Recreation Department’s 26th Annual Jingle Bell Fun Run is set for Sunday, Dec. 6 at 1:15 pm and will be followed by the BCS Christmas Parade. This two-mile run starts at the corner of University Drive and South College Avenue and ends at the corner of Texas Avenue and Villa Maria.

Dogs are welcome. The run will not be timed and a shuttle will be available to pick up participants at the end of the route to transport back to the start line.

Participants can register at rectrac.cstx.gov or in-person at the Stephen C. Beachy Central Park, located at 1000 Krenek Tap Road. Packet pick-up will be December 3 & 4 from 8am to 6 pm For more information, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (979) 764-3486 or email parks@cstx.gov.

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89th Annual BCS Christmas Parade (2pm)

This year the theme is Winter Wonderland and boasts 113 parade entries, including the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band and a visit from Santa Claus, with 30% new entries this year. The parade route winds through Texas Avenue, Farm-to-Market Road 60 and College Avenue. A complete map can be found at bcsparade.com.

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Oliver! @ The Theatre Company (2pm)

Oliver! is based on the Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name. The musical engages audiences immediately with its pathos and drama, while delighting everyone with outstanding musical numbers from its Tony Award-winning score. Food, Glorious Food, I’d Do Anything, Where is Love?, Consider Yourself, As Long As He Needs Me, Who Will Buy and Reviewing the Situation are musical theatre classics. Dickens’ characters are brought to life — perhaps larger than life — with all their facets glowing in this production!

Tickets are available here.

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Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells Batman Smells @ Brazos Valley TROUPE (3pm)

Junie B. Jones, First-Grader, is super-excited about the upcoming Holiday Sing-Along and Secret Santa gift exchange at her school. Too bad tattletale May keeps ruining all of Junie B.’s fun. So when Junie B. draws May’s name for Secret Santa, she comes up with the perfect plan to teach her nemesis a lesson! But will the Christmas spirit of peace and goodwill interfere before she can give you-know-who what she deserves? A hilarious and endearing tale based on the best-selling book series by Barbara Park.

Tickets are available here.

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Holy Cross Free Camel Photo Op @ Kool Smiles Parking Lot (3-4pm)

Holy Cross Lutheran Church in College Station is sponsoring an entry in this year’s Bryan-College Station Christmas Parade. The parade entry will be a living nativity that includes the Wise Men and live camels. At the end of the parade route, the camels will be situated in the Kool Smiles parking lot located at 3111 Texas Avenue in Bryan (near HEB). Holy Cross volunteers will be on hand to provide free photos of your children with the camels.

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Christmas in the Park Stephen C. Beachy Central Park (6-10pm)

Daily activities will include a tour of the park on an old-fashioned hayride, free cookies and hot cocoa, and photos with Santa. You’re allowed to bring your own camera to take photos for free or buy a professional photo for $5.

The holiday celebration doesn’t stop there! Guests can continue the family tradition of viewing more than one million lights that will decorate the beautiful 47-acre Stephen C. Beachy Central Park from 6-11 p.m. each day starting on Thanksgiving and ending New Year’s.

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Christmas Cellar Tour @ Messina Hof (6:30pm)

Celebrate the holiday season at Messina Hof with our Christmas Cellar Tour! Sip a glass of warm Mulled Wine as you stroll around the estate while hearing the history of the winery, including traditions of Christmas from Italy and Germany, our two family origins. After your guide introduces you to growing, fermenting, and producing our award-winning wines, you will taste 4 different varieties directly from the tanks and barrels in our festive Cellar Room. And finally, you will finish off the tour with a luscious Papa Paulo Port Chocolate Truffle. Specially labeled ‘Christmas 2015’ bottles of wine will be available to purchase. Santa hats and tacky sweaters are encouraged, but not required.

The tour costs $30 per person or $50 per couple. Reservations recommended and can be made at (979) 778-9463 Ext. 234/223.

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December 7, 2015

BCS December Events

Hot Club of Cowtown @ Grand Stafford Theater (7pm)

The Hot Club of Cowtown is a hot jazz/western swing trio, comprised of Elana James, Whit Smith, and double bass player Jake Erwin. They also sing in three-part harmony and have produced seven studio albums. The trio will be performing in downtown Bryan at Grand Stafford Theater. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm.

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Tickets are $15 and available online and at the door.

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BCS December Events

Holiday on the Quad @ Texas A&M University (7:30-9:30pm)

The second-annual family friendly event will have games, music, snacks, hot drinks, rides, NorthPole Inflate-a-Zones, and pictures with Santa.

This year’s festival will be larger than ever and admission is free.  All rides and activities will be open until at least 9:30pm. All activities are donation-based and support March of Dimes.

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December 9, 2015

KBTX Food for Families Food Drive @ Brazos Center in Bryan (5:30am-10:30pm)

This annual event is the Brazos Valley Food Bank’s largest food drive and fund raiser. As the hub of over 36 different agencies that feed the hungry throughout Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Madison, Robertson and Washington Counties, the Brazos Valley Food Bank is on target to distribute six million pounds of food by this year to over 50,000 different people.

For more information, visit the Food for Families page on the KBTX website.

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BCS December Events

The Hot Sardines Holiday Stomp @ Rudder Theater @ 7:30pm

Known as “New York’s hot-jazz darlings,” The Hot Sardines are indeed one of the hottest acts currently touring the country. For their Holiday Stomp concert, the Sardines infuse yuletide classics with their unique twist on New York, Paris, and New Orleans jazz from the era of Prohibition and beyond. Listen for their takes on beloved classics like “White Christmas” and “Please Come Home For Christmas” and lesser-known gems such as Edith Piaf’s “Le Noël de La Rue” and Ella Fitzgerald’s “Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney.” Expect plenty of surprises along the merry way!

Tickets are available online.

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December 10, 2015

Jaeger Wells @ Grand Stafford Theater (7pm)

Jaeger emphasizes the idea that giving up isn’t your only option when things don’t go according to plan, and does so successfully through a full-band feel established with help from Vic Chan. That theme of strength shines especially bright in Jaeger’s latest single, “What It Feels Like,” which will be released in 2015 leading up to his next EP.

Opening acts include Kyle Cook, Anna Montie, and Leavenworth. Doors open at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm.

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Tickets are $5 and are available online and at the door.

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December 11, 2015

Downtown Lighted Christmas Parade (6:30pm)

The parade will begin at 24th and Bryan Street heading south, turn on 28th, and head back up Main Street. Downtown streets will close at 5:30pm and re-open at the conclusion of the parade.  The short parade route of less than a mile makes it an easy parade to participate in for groups of all ages! Marching bands, dance teams, vehicles, and floats, all complete with lights, of course, will be a part of the Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade!

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Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells Batman Smells @ Brazos Valley TROUPE (7:30pm)

Junie B. Jones, First-Grader, is super-excited about the upcoming Holiday Sing-Along and Secret Santa gift exchange at her school. Too bad tattletale May keeps ruining all of Junie B.’s fun. So when Junie B. draws May’s name for Secret Santa, she comes up with the perfect plan to teach her nemesis a lesson! But will the Christmas spirit of peace and goodwill interfere before she can give you-know-who what she deserves? A hilarious and endearing tale based on the best-selling book series by Barbara Park.

Tickets are available here.

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William Clark Green @ Hurricane Harry’s (9pm)

William Clark Green has a different take on Texas country music, adding a bit of roots rock to his already established country sound.

Green established himself around 2009 and has experienced quite a bit of success in recent years. His most recent endeavor, his third album titled, Ringling Road, was released in April of this year.

Green will be accompanied by Austin Meade, a local musician. Doors open at 9pm.

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Tickets are available online, Cavenders Boot City (College Station), Aggieland Outfitters (University Dr.), or Southern Jewlz Boutique (Harvey Rd.)

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December 12, 2015

Waiting Is Not Easy! Storytime @ Barnes & Noble College Station (11am)

Gerald and Piggie are best friends. In Waiting Is Not Easy!, Piggie has a surprise for Gerald, but he is going to have to wait for it. And wait some more. In the holiday season all children will connect with Gerald!

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Beau Means Business Presents Dinner Concert Series @ Grand Stafford Theater (7pm)

Join us for an evening of dinner and live music benefiting the Beau Means Business Foundation! BMBF seeks to connect children and families affected by Cystic Fibrosis (CF) to human and practical resources, within the Brazos Valley.  Their mission is to increase CF awareness, develop and implement programs that improve the quality of life of individuals with CF, create a support network for those affected by CF, educate individuals and families about CF and proper treatment, and help fund research programs in order to find a cure.

The menu includes Cherry Chipotle Glazed Salmon and Asian Chicken Salad. All tickets (with the exception of GA) include dinner.

Doors open at 6pm.
Dinner begins at 7pm.
Music begins at 7:30pm.

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Tickets are available online.

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December 13, 2015

Brazos Valley Symphony Holiday Pops Concert @ Christ United Methodist Church (5pm)

Get into the holiday spirit! Bring the entire family to hear favorites such as “Silent Night” and “White Christmas,” participate in an old fashioned sing-along, and attend a cookie reception immediately following the concert hosted by the Friends Association of the Symphony Orchestra. This concert has become a signature Brazos Valley holiday tradition and will feature the outstanding BVSO Brass musicians, organist James Faith, The Sanctuary Choir and Canticle Bells of Christ United Methodist Church, and the CSHS Varsity Women’s Choir and more!

Note: This event is separate from the subscription season and is not included in the purchase price of regular season tickets.

Tickets are $10 for children, $25 in advance for adults, and can be purchased online.

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December 14, 2015

Christmas with the Chorale @ First Presbyterian Church (7pm)

The second concert in the season is a wonderful way to usher in the holidays for you and your family. Once, As I Remember, will be the BVC’s presentation of the Nativity in song. This program will include illuminating songs of prophecy and proclamation, songs of wonderful mystery, and songs of celebration. We always like to invite the audience to join us in the singing of traditional Christmas carols, so make sure and bring your best singing voice!

Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for adult and can be purchased online.

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December 19, 2015

How to Catch Santa Storytime @ Barnes & Noble College Station (11am)

This book filled with humor and holiday warmth is a jolly read-aloud for the whole family to enjoy!

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December 20, 2015

Peach Creek Vineyards Holiday Party @ Peach Creek Vineyards (5-8pm)

Santa and his Super Sized Wine Glass will be joining us again for our December Holiday Party! There will be some great snacks, and possibly wassail or mulled wine to help celebrate the holidays. Entertainment will again be provided by musician Chris Austin Martinez. We’ve been fortunate to have Chris perform at several of our music events this year, and those of you who have joined us for them know why we’re always excited to have him play here. Chris is from the College Station area, but has performed all over. Some nearby venues he has played at are the Washington County Fair, Santa’s Wonderland, the Derrick Bar in the Houston Marriott Energy Corridor, and the Gin at Belton. The $5 music cover charge can be paid at the door. Since the event will be held in the patio area, we’ll be using plastic cups; however, you’re welcome to bring a glass to drink out of if you prefer.

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December 24, 2015

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December 25, 2015

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December 31, 2015

BCS December Events

Superhero New Year’s Eve @ Messina Hof (6pm-12:30am)

Ring in 2016 with Messina Hof’s Superhero New Year’s Eve event! Start the night off with dinner at The Vintage House Restaurant and then head into the Messina Hof Gallery for dessert, dancing, and the Countdown!

Costs vary:
Dinner only is $69.95 (+tax & gratuity)
Dinner, dessert, and dancing is $89.95 (+tax & gratuity)

Tickets can be purchased online.

For more information, call: (979) 778-9463 ext. 234 or email: event@messinahof.com.

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