Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Texas Independence & Sam Houston Birthday Celebrations Ahead

    The 35th Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston Birthday commemoration will be on March 2nd. From the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center, spokesperson Jamie Matthews updates us . . . .   Ms.…

  • Sculptor David Adickes Offers City Presidential Busts

    The well-known and respected sculptor who sculpted Huntsville’s famous giant statue of Sam Houston out on I-45, David Adickes, is offering to give the City a set of his presidential busts. He addressed the city…

  • City Council Holds Economic Development Workshop

    The Huntsville City Council got together for a workshop Tuesday afternoon to discuss and hear presentations on economic development and future initiatives. On hand to talk with councilmembers were SHSU’s Executive Director of Economic Development…

  • Tree Sale Ahead

    Mark your calendar for next weekend. The Walker County Proud Communities is having there Tree Sale, Saturday, February 6th, from 7 AM to Noon at the Walker County Storm Shelter at 455 Highway 75 North…

  • Ken Zonker Exhibit Opening at Wynne Home

    Make plans to visit the Wynne Home for “Ken Zonker: A Retrospective (1941-2002).” The exhibit will be on display from January 30th through April 30th. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, January 30th,…

  • SHSU Presents the Film “Metropolis”

    The College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication at SHSU invites the public to take a journey into a futuristic, Utopian society with a free screening of the classic film “Metropolis.” Directed by Fritz Lang…

  • Vendors and Sponsors May Apply Now for Cinco de Mayo Festival

    LULAC of Huntsville and Walker County Unidos is hosting the fourth annual Cinco de Mayo Festival on Saturday, May 7th, at the Walker County Annex Courthouse parking lot at 14th Street and University from 10…

  • Governor Abbott Proclaims January Crime Stoppers Month

    Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed January 2016 “Texas Crime Stoppers Month.” In his proclamation, the governor says since 1976 Crime Stoppers’ programs have empowered citizens across our state to take a stand against crime. These…

  • MLK Celebration Held Monday in Huntsville

    The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Service was held at the MLK Center in Huntsville Monday afternoon. The Greater Zion Drill Team posted the colors and gave a special performance. Among the speakers for…

  • Houston Symphony Returns to SHSU Tomorrow

    The Sam Houston State University School of Music welcomes the Houston Symphony to Huntsville for a concert in the James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Art Center on Saturday, January 16th, at 7:30 PM. Guest Conductor…