Longview’s sesquicentennial celebration will deliver two weeks of spring break fun for children with the Junior League of Longview’s 150 Passport Program, March 6-21.
Industry tours, equipment displays and hands-on activities for children will demonstrate what makes Longview work, during the annual Big Techs and Little Big Techs industry showcase events on Saturday.
Fine art prints by Texas artists and others created at Flatbed Press in Austin will be on view in the Tyler Museum of Art’s exhibition “Lone Star Impressions II: Prints by Flatbed Press.”
Theatre Longview will have audience members laughing their way home with its production of “Greater Tuna,” Feb. 28-March 1 at Grace Crossing United Methodist Church.
They’re creepy and they’re kooky, they’re mysterious and spooky and they’re coming to Marshall in East Texas Baptist University’s performance of “The Addams Family.”
Those looking to get into a new house or improve the one they have likely will find something useful at the Tyler Area Builders Association Home Products Show.
Megan Magill knew when she agreed to direct Tyler Civic Theatre’s production of “Dreamgirls” that bringing it to the stage would be challenging.
The Gregg County Historical Museum will celebrate Black History Month and Longview’s sesquicentennial anniversary with a new exhibit created by Executive Director Lindsay Loy.
The quiet role East Texas played in the Allies’ victory in World War II is the focus of a lecture and panel discussion Saturday at Red Oak Baptist Church in Longview.
The traveling Broadway show “The SpongeBob Musical” will be staged at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 23, at LeTourneau University’s Belcher Center, at 2100 S. Mobberly Ave.
It’s one thing to master “creature power suits” in “Wild Kratts,” the popular animated PBS Kids show. It’s entirely another to master the power of kids’ imaginations and fuel their curiosity about wildlife.
The parades and marches, speakers and other events planned across East Texas to celebrate the birthday of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. have a fitting addition this year: voting machines.
SpongeBob, his best friend, Patrick, and the other seaworthy residents of Bikini Bottom will make a splash Jan. 23 in Longview as “The SpongeBob Musical” comes to the LeTourneau University Belcher Center.
The East Texas Youth Orchestra will hold auditions this week for its ensembles and has set performances for 2020, Felix Torres, artistic and executive director, said.
The Maxwell Quartet, a Scottish ensemble known for music that blends classical and folk influences, will give a free concert 7 p.m. Monday in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, 230 W. Rusk in Tyler.
The new year will roll into East Texas on Tuesday, with skating parties planned at three area skating rinks, including the legendary Reo building where a new skating rink and comedy club have breathed life into the facility.
The grit of the West as captured through the lens of renowned photographer Laura Wilson is on display in Tyler Museum of Art’s new exhibition, “That Day: Photographs in the American West.”