McAllen will once again host the 2022 Texas Regional Bank McAllen Amateur Golf Championship at the Champion Lakes Golf Course, Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26, at the famed municipal golf course (formerly Palm View Golf Course), located at 2701 South Ware Road. This year’s defending champion is Luke Antonelli, from San Antonio, Texas.
EDINBURG, Texas — The Museum of South Texas History commemorates Memorial Day with the Sunday Speaker Series presentation, “The Letters of Freddy González,” featuring Museum CEO Francisco Guajardo, Ph.D., and Juan J. Gonzales at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 29.
Everyone has an inner Superhero power, what’s yours? Quinta Mazatlán invites you to the new quarter mile Superhero Trail through the Woods. Valley artists Celerino Castillo and Gaby Rico have created over 75 life size painted wood PEGS of comic book Superheroes that have been placed along the trails. As you walk the trail you will also see 6’ tall famous comic book covers that will be accompanying the artistic PEGS. The trail will end with our real life superheroes and their vehicles. Join the park on Thursday, June 2nd for the opening date of Thursday Family Fun Nights from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Quinta Mazatlan.
Tish Hinojosa is returning to the Valley for a Live Concert in the Park at Quinta Mazatlan on May 12. Tish Hinojosa has drawn numerous critical accolades for her borderless approach to music, blending Mexican folk and country music with a modern/singer/songwriter approach with touches of pop.
EDINBURG, Texas — Several letters written by Medal of Honor Recipient Sgt. Alfredo “Freddy” González will be on display at the Museum of South Texas History for the first time from May 3 to Sept. 5.
“Letters Home – Part of the Sgt. Freddy González Letters Collection” spotlight exhibit will feature a portion of Sgt. González’s letters donated by his mother, Dolia González, in 2020. Copies of the letters will be on display only.
The City of Edinburg will host “Printed Pueblos & Personas De Pura Cultura” a group art exhibit featuring the work of seven Rio Grande Valley natives: Cecilia Sierra, Clarissa Martinez, Corinne Whittemore, Jessie Burciaga, Jesus De La Rosa, Michael Flanagan and Michel Flores Tavizon. The exhibit is on display through May 25th, at the Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library. The library, through its Cultural Arts Division, hosts a variety of free exhibits and public programs throughout the year that showcases local artists.
Written by Paul Schattenberg, TAMU
As wildflowers, including the state flower the bluebonnet, return to the Texas landscape and on roadsides throughout the state, many people will want to take this opportunity to get some photos of their colorful display.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts are reminding those who want to take wildflower photos to be careful of traffic and respect private property and nature in their quest for that perfect picture.