Registration for the 29th Annual Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival has begun. Anyone interested in attending a seminar or a field trip needs to register at www.rgvbf.org. The festival will take place on November 9th-13th at the Harlingen Convention Center in Harlingen, Texas.
The Museum of South Texas History welcomes chef and author Melissa Guerra to the Sunday Speaker Series presentation, “Three Traditional Desserts of the Wild Horse Desert,” at 2 p.m. on Sept 25.
A 13th Annual Mission Pink Walk/Run for Breast Cancer Awareness & Treatment will be held Saturday morning, October 8th at 7 a.m. outside of Mission Regional Medical Center, and will include an after party with prizes, music, food vendors, and fun for the entire family amid a sea of pink T-shirts.
“Rock Out Cancer” will be the theme for the family-friendly and pet-friendly event, with the theme song being “Don’t Stop Believing”. Participants and sponsors will help save lives of local women, as proceeds will provide free digital screening mammograms to uninsured women over the age of 40 who live in the Rio Grande Valley.
Mission Pink is the first and largest 5K walk / run of its kind in Hidalgo County, with up to 2,000 people of all ages participating in the charity event.
“I would like to cordially invite everyone in the community to take part at this life-changing event,” said Kane Dawson, CEO of Mission Regional Medical Center. “Let us show our support to every woman as we walk/run together in the fight against breast cancer. Together we can and will win!”
An estimated one out of every eight women born today will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some time in her life, according to the National Cancer Institute.
Mission Pink will kick off at 7 a.m. on Oct. 8 with inspirational presentations, followed by the walk/run at 8 a.m. on the grounds of Mission Regional Medical Center, 900 S. Bryan Road in Mission. For more information or for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Paola Lopez at (956) 323-1152 or at PLopez3@primehealthcare.com.
It was a night to celebrate expression and growth as students, faculty and community members filled the opening reception of the South Texas College x McAllen Creative Incubator collaborative art exhibition. The event was recently held at the McAllen Art Walk and the exhibit features both current STC students and Rio Grande Valley community artists who started their careers at STC.
Celebrate National Coffee Day with Solum Coffee Roasters this Thursday September 29th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Quinta Mazatlán World Birding Center on the Nature Speaker Series. Did you ever wonder what exactly is strong coffee? Why coffees taste differently? In this special presentation discover some interesting facts like misconceptions about coffee, the making process, differences in flavor profiles, and a coffee product sale.
Every day, the Red Cross sees the heartbreak of people coping with effects of natural disasters. Red Cross volunteers who are licensed healthcare and mental health providers show up to meet needs. The American Red Cross, Texas Gulf Coast Region, invites you to join their team as a part of the Be One, Bring One campaign as the need for compassionate volunteers has never been greater. You can use your professional skills as a licensed healthcare or licensed mental health provider and volunteer to deliver hands-on care or mental health support to those in need. Free online training is provided, and you can earn continuing education hours. Apply today to become a Disaster Health Services or Disaster Mental Health Professional volunteer so those in need don’t have to face tough times alone.
The Museum of South Texas History invites the community to a two-part genealogy workshop, “Discover Your Past with Esther Camacho,” at 1 p.m. Sept. 10 and Sept. 24.
This two-part genealogy workshop will provide participants with knowledge about genealogy research and tools.