1 EVENT TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

Pop-Up Art Market hosted by the Brazos Valley Art League in Post Oak Mall near the food court on Aug. 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., featuring local artists. Drop by to support of Brazos Valley artists and photographers.


SATURDAY

EVENTS

Caught in the Villain’s Web, presented by StageCenter Theatre, 7:30 p.m. 218 N. Bryan Ave. Bring the whole family out to cheer for the hero and boo, hiss and throw popcorn at the villain. Tickets are $10 on Thursdays and $15 on Fridays and Saturdays. Ends Aug. 10. stagecenter.net.

2019 Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Games of Texas, all day at facilities around town. Spectators can watch all events for free, except boxing, track & field and swimming. Athletes will compete in archery, boxing, flag football, golf, judo, lifeguard competition, pickleball, sand volleyball, skateboarding, swimming, tennis, track & field and Ultimate Frisbee. For a schedule, visit www.taaf.com/gamesoftexas.

Daytime Harvest, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Messina Hof Winery and Resort. Featuring grape harvesting and stomping, wine tastings, behind-the-scenes winery tours, entertainment, Vineyard Cuisine buffet from the Vintage House Restaurant. messinahof.com.

Reptile Day, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Clara B. Mounce Public Library. The Reptile Hospice and Sanctuary of Texas will bring lots of different reptiles to the library. This is a free, come-and-go event. bcslibrary.org/events.

Wish Upon a Butterfly, 9 a.m. to noon. Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History. One butterfly ticket purchase per family includes admission to the museum where visitors may enjoy live music, crafts and butterfly displays. During the event, a variety of brunch-style refreshments will be available for ticket holders. Monarchs and wishes will be released at 10 am. Butterflies are $30 each, (or 4 for $100). Supplies are limited, so call the museum to reserve a butterfly. brazosvalleymuseum.org/.


LIVE MUSIC

Grooves on The Green, presented by Century Square, 7 p.m. www.century-square.com/events.

Rickshaw Billie’s, Monte Luna, 8 p.m. Revolution Café and Bar in Downtown Bryan. www.facebook.com/pg/revolutionbcs/events/.

Grifters & Shills, 9 p.m. 5 Knocks Speakeasy.

GARDEN AND MARKETS

Brazos Valley Farmers Market, 8 a.m. to noon. Downtown Bryan at Main and 21st streets. Enjoy Texas products grown and made by Texans, plants; organic meats and free-range eggs; baked goods; local honey, home-made jams, jellies and canned veggies; seasonal vegetables; crafts and more. www.brazosvalleyfarmersmarket.com.

Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History Annual Butterfly Release, 9 a.m. to noon. Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan. Live music, crafts, free museum admission, refreshments and a special prize for children in a butterfly or caterpillar themed costume. Presale of butterflies (supply is limited) for $30 each or four for $100. 979-776-2195 or www.brazosvalleymuseum.org.

Free Irrigation Workshop hosted by College Station Water Services, 10 to 11:30 a.m. Castlegate II Event Center. Learn how to program your sprinkler controller, tips for sprinkler system maintenance, spot irrigation leaks and cut your water. Handouts, gift cards and door prizes will be up for grabs. Reserve your spot by contacting Water Resource Coordinator Jennifer Nations at 764-6223 orjnations@cstx.gov.a.m. Note: This workshop is opened only to residents of College Station.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

Yoga on the Green with Lululemon, 9 to 10 a.m. Century Square, 144 Century Court, College Station. Free one-hour community yoga. Bring your water, mat and a friend.

Outdoor Community Yoga, 8 a.m. Lake Walk Town Center. www.lakewalktx.com/yoga.

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