from April 15


WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) – Find out what’s happening around town with News Channel 6!

We’ve compiled loads of fun upcoming events, from job fairs to block parties! For more information on each event, including times and addresses, be sure to visit the Community Calendar.

Residents of Wilbarger County, beware! At Fundraising Hibiscus Capitalthose who donate will be able to get up to 5 hibiscus plants as long as they can verify proof of residency.

Union Square has partnered with the Paper Pig for its Annual grinding day! Maintain your personal safety by disposing of your documents safely and securely at its downtown location.

Join The Upside and Play for All Community Playground for a egg hunt accessible to all! This event, designed for those who are non-walkers and wheelchair users, will offer an egg hunt, free snacks and a bake sale to benefit the next phase of the playground!

Lakeview Church of the Nazarene is hosting a free event Easter Carnivalwith games, egg hunts, prizes and hot dogs.

Burkburnett residents looking for an egg hunt can visit the River Assembly of God’s Egg Stravagance. The event will include food, inflatables, face tattoos, Easter bunny pictures and 15,000 eggs!

Child Care Partners organizes a egg hunt, and the Easter bunny himself will be there for the pictures! Hot dogs will be served at 11 a.m.

If taxes are stressing you out, there’s free shaved ice at the end of the tunnel. Kona Ice in Wichita Falls is bringing back its “Chill Out” day, and its island-themed truck will be parked at the Jacksboro National Bank on Monday to offer free shaved ice as a reward for doing your taxes. Pick up the truck from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4245 Kemp Blvd.

Join the Parks and Recreation Department for a free outdoor concert! El Chanclazo is a musical collective made up of various Latin American musicians specializing in the interpretation of various Latin American musical genres. They will perform at 900 Ohio Ave. in Wichita Falls for this event.

the musical Catholic Charities organizes Patriots Week Celebrationa free event for veterans and their families.

Looking for a job? Dust off your CV and go to Red River Hospital Hiring Eventwhich will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hiring managers will be on site looking for their next employees!

The Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce holds its Annual celebration, which was postponed due to inclement weather. The circus-themed event will award prizes to local businesses and citizens from 5-7 p.m.

PCHAS organizes a virtual briefing for adults interested in the foster care system.

MSU hosts a Scholarship celebration from 1 to 5 p.m., as faculty and graduate students present their research in the atrium and meeting rooms of the Clark Student Center.

MSU undergraduate students will present their research projects during the Forum for research and creative activities from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Have you ever wondered how Encore the Christmas Store shapes ribbons so perfectly? Join the store for a bow making class at 10:30 a.m. to discover their secrets!

Learn about a rock tragedy from the 1920s through MSU Phi Alpha Theta Virtual Speaker Series.

Residents of Seymour! Helping Hands organizes a Pasta dinner for a purpose at the Ice House. The event will help the organization continue to serve the community after its first year and will include food, entertainment and a silent auction. Tickets are on sale, so head over to the community calendar to find out how to register!

Music lovers can enjoy MSU Combined Choir Concert from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Teens in grades 6-12 can go to Burkburnett Library Stained Glass Workshop for a creative and fun art project.

Have you heard of Late night Thursdays at Kemp? The gallery is open late every Thursday until 8 p.m. so people can browse the rotating galleries and sculpture garden for free. Don’t miss this long-standing event!

MSU Senior Art Exhibition opens with a reception at 6 p.m. The exhibition will continue until May 13.

Celebrate Earth Day with River Bend Nature Center, which will host guided nature hikes, bug hunts, crafts and games, and even an animal show!

Bowie residents, mark your calendars! Head to North Central Texas College’s Bowie Campus for a Community Career Fair.

Engage your creative side and join Backdoor Theater Auditions for their next piece, the Great American Trailer Park Musical.

Comedian/actor/singer/writer Rodney Carrington stops in Wichita Falls for his “Let me enter!” to visit. Discover the comedy show from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

He is back! the Kiwanis University Pancake Festival went on hiatus due to COVID, but it’s back and better than ever. Stop between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. to sample delicious pancakes and celebrate the return of one of Wichita Falls’ most beloved events.

Do you have documents you want to get rid of? BBB Secure Your ID Day offers free shredding of up to 3 boxes/bags of documents per person! The BBB says YOU are your own best defense against identity theft, and the event aims to help you secure your information while freeing up space in your home office.

We were looking forward Woodystock 2022 for a while, and it’s finally here! The one-day family event and fundraiser has red dirt music, vendors, wrestling and even a Chili Cook-Off battle between the Oklahoma and Texas Volunteer Fire Departments .

Celebrate Earth Day by helping clean up the Wee Chi Tah trail Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and Stone Oven Pizza is hosting a party for prevention. Join several organizations to help raise funds from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Head to the Wichita Raceway Park for $10 races.

the Wichita Falls Farmer’s Market to his Spring Festivalas well as the host of the musical 123 Andres.

Cornhole fans have the chance to participate in the MSU Redwine Honors Program Cornhole Tournament! Prove your cornhole dominance while giving back to the college curriculum from 4:30-7 p.m.

If you see lemonade stands popping up all day in town…there’s a reason! lemonade day is when kids organize lemonade all around Wichita Falls as a way to learn how to start, own, and operate businesses. Materials are free through a partnership with the Small Business Development Center and Texoma Community Credit Union, and after a BIG day of selling lemonade, come to the River Bend Nature Center as they’re hosting a closing party to celebrate the end of an incredible journey! All young entrepreneurs, mentors and parents are invited to celebrate from 5-6:30 p.m. Expect bouncy houses, photo space, snacks and prize giving!

Help raise funds for a good cause with Karneval! Urban cowboy style. Tickets start at $60 per person and the event has a lot to offer. To see all the details, check out the community calendar.

What’s better than a car and truck show? A car and truck show supporting an incredible cause! Join Hooters Wichita Falls on Sunday for his Car and Truck Show to Benefit Wichita Falls Autism Awareness. It is a non-profit organization that helps families receive scholarships to the Rose Street Spectrum Center. Registration is from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and the show will take place from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

PCHAS organizes a virtual briefing for adults interested in the foster care system.

Are your children well attached? Head to this event to make sure! Texas A&M Agrilife Extension helps set up a free car seat inspection 3-5 p.m. at 119 E. Wichita St. Bring your child and know their height and weight.

the WCSO Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association Annual Golf Tournament will take place at Week’s Park! Registration is at 12 p.m. with a departure at 1 p.m.

Music lovers, head to MSU for its Last concert on Friday.

Join Iowa Park History Museum for his Large aperture!

Take part in the City Nature Day Challenge with River Bend Nature Center! Presentations, guided tours and events galore.

Want to golf and do good at the same time? Jacksboro will host a Golf shelter race, which costs $150 to register for a two-person team and will feature a chili cook! Proceeds will go to Friends of Jacksboro Animal Shelter.

For 30 years, healthy children’s day has been where fun and play become unforgettable memories. Join the YMCA on April 30 for a day of healthy and fun activities that celebrate that kids are kids! Free YMCA gifts will be available while supplies last.

The heart of downtown Wichita Falls will be a fiesta with live boxing, music, delicious authentic food and Micheladas! have fun with Locomotive for Cinco 2022. Admission will be $5, so bring the whole family and support MAVA, a local non-profit that supports veterans in our community.

The WFSO will once again welcome the brilliant Italian pianist Alessio Bax for a strong end to the 74th concert season. Be sure to check its performance during Bax plays Brahms from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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