A daily rundown of live entertainment in and around San Marcos tonight, compiled by Mercury Scene Editor Hap Mansfield and our content partners at San Marcos Tonight.
It was homecoming week at Texas State culminating in tonight’s game against South Alabama at Bobcat Stadium at 6 p.m. In addition to homecoming madness is a variety of fun stuff for the kids today with trick-or-treating at the Kyle Flea Market from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Halloween Fest at Wake the Dead Coffee House from noon to 4 p.m. and last, but certainly not least, the yearly Farmer Fred’s Fall Harvest Carnival at City Park from 6-9 p.m. For more adult fare tonight, the inimitable and award-winning Chasca (pictured) take the stage at the Triple Crown. They have a brand new CD hot off the presses (or whatever it is CDs are made on), “bedtime for bedlamites”, that is chock (or maybe shock) full of Chasca’s creative and original material. The pre-Halloween show should be a blast. They are joined by a trio of popular local bands: The Organics, The Couch, The Avocados. The mayhem starts up around 9 p.m. Inhibitions will be shed tonight.
The Pink Heals 5K is sponsored by CTMC and the San Marcos Professional Fire Fighters’ Association. For more information, visit smpffa.com, or call Kathleen Chomel at (512) 738-0175. The tailgate rally will start at 2 p.m.
Young Songwriters Mini-Camp @8:00 a.m. Presented by Cheatham Street Music Foundation @ Cheatham Street Warehouse, 119 Cheatham Street
2nd Annual Smokin’ Flames BBQ and Can Run benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank The can run begins with registration and breakfast at 9:00 am in five different starting locations. Kickstands up and bikes out at 10:30 am for the ride, ending up at Cowboy Harley-Davidson for the Smokin’ Flames BBQ (open to the public). The can run is $20 for rider, $30 with passenger and includes free breakfast, ride and Smokin’ Flames BBQ! ALL BIKES WELCOME! STARTING LOCATIONS (pick…
Saturday October 26th from 9am-3pm. 2626 Hunter road. All proceeds will be donated to the Hays County Women’s Shelter. This is a donation sale you will pay what you want to donate. Please be fair and remember this is for a good cause!
Sandy Justice has been growing Meyer lemons in the frost-prone Hill Country for years! Learn how to grow citrus plants, avocados and other desirable food plants in this region.
@ San Marcos Public Library 625 East Hopkins Street The City of San Marcos will hold three community input meetings this week and next on the future of the San Marcos Public Library and invites residents to take part in an online survey Thursday, October 24, from 6:30 to 8 p.m, October 26 from 10 to 11 a.m. A third gathering will be held on Wednesday, October 30 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Owen Goodnight Middle School Cafeteria, 1301…
Free trick-or-treating for kids accompanied by an adult. We have lots of shops handing out goodies from 11am-1pm. Just look for the safe face pumpkin displayed on each shop for you tasty treats.
10% of sales at Tommy Bahama will benefit CTMC’s effort to make mammograms available to area women. Enjoy 40% off the entire store, excluding fragrance, CDs and clearance items. There will also be live music and light appetizers. For more information, call (512) 392-6268.
Halloween Kids Fest @ 12 -4 pm. @ Wake the Dead Coffeehouse, 1432 RR 12
From 6:00 – 9:00 PM at San Marcos City Park. Admission is free, all ages are welcome. FREE activities include: carnival games with prizes & candy, and a costume contest. Registration for the age grouped costume contest will be from 6:00-6:45 PM and judging will be at 7:00 PM for ages 3 and under, 7:30 PM for ages 4 to 6, 8:00 PM for ages 7 to 9, and 8:30 PM for ages 10-12. The barrel train ride and haunted…
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