Happy Service Industry Hours at Portus Lounge Tuesdays, 5pm-12am For all of you restaurant warriors, transportation trailblazers, retail gurus & MORE, PORTUS Lounge thought you deserved YOUR OWN night of fun, cheap drinks, and good times. SERVICE INDUSTRY TUESDAY: Happy Hour all night, every Tuesday! That’s 25% OFF your tab! 21+ Only No Dress Code More Info Here
LU Boys’ Basketball Camp Week 1 Hosted by Lamar University Men’s Basketball June 11-14, 9am-3pm Basketball Camp run by the Lamar Cardinals Men’s Basketball Staff. Drills, Contest, Goest Speakers, Games, and lots of Fun! Lunch is provided. Each Camper receives a Camp T Shirt and Basketball. More Info Here
Port Arthur Contractors Business Development Group Hosted by SETX Networking June 13, 9am-10am Bridging the gap between contractors and jobs. More Info and to Register —> https://bit.ly/2HGTGqS
Children’s Summer Reading Kick-off at Hebert Public Library June 13, 10am-11am Don’t miss free popcorn, snow cones, drinks, tattoos, door prizes and games! The kick-off will be held at the Port Neches Park Pavilion (in case of rain, it will be in the Community Room at the library). *Registration for the Summer Reading Club will be held in the Children’s Dept. beginning Monday, June 4th. The last day to register is Friday, July 6th. The Children’s Summer Reading Club is sponsored by The Friends of the Port Neches Library. More Info Here
Kid’s Make Slime at Broken to Beautiful Hosted by Broken to Beautiful June 13, 10am-10:30am Kid’s make and take slime. You MUST register and pay to attend. Message for availability. More Info Here
Free Food Wednesday at The Logon Cafe June 13, 4pm-7pm We’re having beef roast & carrots with gravy served over rice! There will also be garlic bread. We’ll have lots on hand. Come at 4 if you want to be first in line!
Golden Triangle Guys, LLC at Cafe Del Rio Hosted by Golden Triangle Guys, LLC Join us the second Wednesday of every month for free food and drinks, fantastic sponsors, great speakers, hot topics and lots of networking!
Matt Ash at Tradewinds Tavern Tuesday through Thursday TRADEWINDS TAVERN offers live acoustic music from 6-10pm. The setting is laid back and casually elegant. The bar is well stocked and the bartenders friendly and knowledgeable.Tonight Live Music with Matt Ash
Golden Triangle Strutters Walk We are a free running group in Beaumont, TX. Join us every Wednesday at 6:30 pm. We meet at the HEB parking lot between Compass Bank and Gas Station!
Tim Burge at MacKenzie’s Pub Live Music with Tim Burge at MacKenzie’s Pub ! 6:30pm-9pm And don’t forget it’s also Prime Rib night!!
Pasta Fundraiser and Movie at Northpoint Community Church June 13, 6:30pm-9:30pm A great night of fellowship and family while we help send our teens to camp. Please share this post and join us. $5 for adults and $2 for kids. More Info Here
Spindletop Rollergirls 2018 Bootcamp Come see what all the buzz is about!! https://spindletopbootcamp.bpt.me/ Recruiting MEN & WOMEN! Looking for something new? Been thinking about trying derby? Come join our trainers for a 10 week bootcamp and be part of our recreation league. All our skaters start out in this program and continue to train to be part of our Home Team and/or WFTDA Charter Team. You will be put in a beginner bootcamp with other new skaters. Trainers with the Spindletop Rollergirls will teach you everything you need to know: how to skate, how to fall properly, how to stop, along with the game of flat track roller derby, rules, strategies, referee signals and other skills. Wednesdays at Manning’s Texas on Wheels 7:00 pm – 9:15pm You can purchase a starter set of gear from the following: B. Trouble Skate Shop at http://www.btroubleskateshop.com/ Bruised Boutique at http://www.bruisedboutique.com/ Sun and Sk8 at https://www.sunandsk8.com/ Loaner gear available on a first come, first serve basis.Limited sizing on skates. Email [email protected] to reserve gear. Bring a mouthguard. All ages and all levels of athletic ability welcome. Our members vary in age and athletic ability. All skaters must be 18 years or older. Location: Manning’s, Texas on Wheels […]
Alex Rozell at Bar Local June 13, 7pm-10pm BarLocal and Creole Frijole have been teaming up for several weeks to offer the best Wednesday night crawfish and drink specials in town along with live, local music from some of the area’s most talented Singer-songwriters. Get tasty mudbugs, $2.50 beers, along with $4 Jameson & Fireball starting at 6. Then, live acoustic tunes starting at 7.
Family Feud Jaguar Style at WineStyles Hosted by Central Jaguars Class Of 1999 Reunion Info and WineStyles Beaumont (Beaumont, TX) June 13, 7pm-9pm Come on out and Party like it’s 1999!! The Central Class of ’99, along with our Host WineStyles Beaumont, are Hosting Family Feud Jaguar Style. Come one, Come ALL!! We will have Great Door Prizes! Wine and Beer will be available for purchase There is a small $10 Donation (Cash Only Please). 21+ Please *Fundraiser for Central Class of ’99 20 Years Class Reunion More Info Here
Wednesday Night Bike Ride June 13, 7pm-10pm Come join us for a regular Wednesday night ride with a little bit of a twist we’re going to ride around and look at the local artists paintings throughout the town and some of the traffic boxes come join us at 7 PM family friendly Wednesday night social ride We will be stopping at Daddio‘s Burger for the halfway point
Wednesday Open Mic Night at Logon Cafe 7:30pm-11:30pm Come one and all to transform our stage into your own personal music venue! Even if you just know someone that likes to play and sing, get them to come out and buy em a beer! Sign up is at 7:30 ya’ll!!
Zach Gonzalez at Luke’s Icehouse BMT June 13, 8pm-11pm Tonight Live Music with Zach Gonzalez at :Luke’s Icehouse BMT ; Texas’ BEST! Cold Beer, Hot Food & BIG Fun!
Garage Sale at Wesley UMC – Beaumont Hosted by Wesley UMC Beaumont June 14- June 16, 8am-5pm Help support missions at Wesley UMC! Stop by our annual garage sale, we have everything you could need. All proceeds from this gigantic 3 day sale go to continue our mission programs. How can you help? Volunteer your time before the event to help sort and price items or the day of to help customers. We are also accepting donations beginning June 4. Contact the church office for more information.
Real Colors Workshop at Arc of Greater Beaumont Hosted by Leadership Beaumont and Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce June 14, 8:30am-12pm At one time or another, everyone reaches a point where they wonder, “why do people do the things they do?” The answer may surprise you! Register today for the this workshop using the NCTI’s exclusive Real Colors Personality Instrument to learn more about communication and building better relationships (both in and out of the workplace). Registration for Leadership Beaumont (dues paying) Alumni: now through May 21st. Registration opens to the public on May 22nd.
Kid’s Paint Lego Boxes at Broken to Beautiful Hosted by Broken to Beautiful June 14, 10am-11am Kid’s paint the exterior and personalize their Lego box. Lego boxes are the base for building Lego masterpieces on. Legos not included. You MUST register and pay to attend. Include the kid’s name for personalizing. Message for availability.
Movie Thursday at Silsbee Public Library Come join us for Movie Tuesdays. Now throught August 9, 2018. FREE ADMISSION Popcorn $1.00 Cookies $1.00 Pickles $0.50 Drinks $1.00 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)
Red Cross Learn to Swim Lessons Session 1 – 3 Red Cross Learn to swim classes for ages 6 months and up. We also offer Junior Lifeguarding and Lifeguarding as well as CPR.
Summer Educational Programs for Kids of All Ages! Hosted by Museum of the Gulf Coast and Port Arthur Texas Visitors Bureau June 12-21 $25 per child (admits one parent) $10 per additional child in the same family Choose 2 classes/dates 11 a.m. to Noon or 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Limited spots available – Call (409) 999-6284 to reserve your spot early!! Tuesday, June 12: “Wonders of the Sea” – Learn about sea creatures common in our coastal areas. Thursday, June 14: “Pioneer Kitchen” – A look at early Port Arthur kitchen duties (like making butter) and other activities. Tuesday, June 19: “Mommy & Me Yoga” by Melody Butler Thursday, June 21: “Can You Dig It?” – Paleontology and archaeology lessons and activities. Come early or stay late and tour the Museum of the Gulf Coast!!! 700 Procter St. in Downtown Port Arthur, TX More Info Here
Gusher Re-enactment at Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown June 14, 1pm-1:05pm The Lucas Gusher gave up its riches for nine days before Anthony Lucas and the Hamill brothers could get the well under control. We re-create the gusher using water and only run it for about 2 minutes. But it is always fun to watch how high the water will blow and what direction the spray will take. It is always free to enjoy the gusher re-enactment. Regular admission fees apply to museum entrance.
Teen Summer Reading Kick-Of at Hebert Public Library June 14, 2pm-4pm Come join us for the Teen Summer Reading Kick-Off! We’ll have cupcakes, games, and other activities. You will also have an opportunity to win exciting door prizes! The kick-off will be held in the Community Room. *Registration begins June 4th, and will end July 5th. For teens entering grades 6th through 12th. The Teen Summer Reading Program is sponsored by The Friends of the Port Neches Library. More Info Here
Heritage Happy Hour at Fire Museum of Texas June 14, 5:30pm-7:30pm Join us for craft beer (wine and non-alcoholic beverages also available) and history at Heritage Happy Hour at The Fire Museum of Texas! You will love the extensive collection of fire engines and firefighting equipment that dates back to 1856! Of particular interest is the1931 Light Truck that was sent to the New London School Explosion in 1937 and the Texas City Disaster in 1947. Don’t miss it! Heritage Happy Hour is always FREE to members of the Beaumont Heritage Society and $10 for non-members 21+. Heritage Happy Hour is an on-going partnership between the Beaumont Heritage Society and Giglio Distributing Co. typically held every other month, with each event highlighting an historical exhibit, time, or landmark, as well as a craft beer or brewery. We believe that by promoting and sharing our local history and its historical significance in a fun and social way, we can also share and promote the efforts to preserve Beaumont’s historical landscape. Join today and help us make a difference! https://beaumontheritage.org/about-us/membership/
SETX Love of Local Happy Hour at Al Basha Hosted by Al Basha Grill & Mediterranean Grill Cuisine and Slow Food Beaumont June 14, 5:30pm-8pm On June 14, 2018, Slow Food Beaumont will team up with the SETX Beer and Adventure Junkies, with support from our friends at the Beaumont CVB, for the fourth “Love of Local” Happy Hour of 2018. The goal of this event is to bring together members of the community who have a deep appreciation of food that is prepared with heart. The premise of Slow Food Beaumont is that through food we can build our community. If you have a love for supporting local businesses, great food, and good company, we invite you to join us! This event is open to the public and Al Basha Grill & Mediterranean Grill Cuisine is BYOB. Food will be available for purchase. Thank you to our friends at Al Basha Grill & Mediterranean Grill Cuisine for hosting this month’s event.
Sip n’ Shop at Cotton Creek Winery Grab a glass of wine and sip while you shop. Vendors will be set up in the Vineyard room so come in and relax.
MWH 2018 Lecture Series Here’s our calendar of upcoming lectures for 2018. As always, dates and speakers are subject to change, but not likely. Check this Facebook page and mcfaddin-ward.org each month for confirmation. February 8 – “Alien Worlds: The Search for Planets Around Other Stars” NASA Astronomer Bill Cochran March 8 – “The Day Tripper” Texas Highways Magazine author Chet Garner April 12 – “Ghost Towns, Gas Stations, and a Twenty-Foot Cowboy”, Texas photographer Jack Knox May 10 – “Handle With Care”, the story of moving a Frank Lloyd Wright House from New Jersey to Arkansas, Crystal Bridges Museum Project Curator Dylan Turk June 14 – “S.W.A.G.”, Southern Women Aging Gracefully author Melinda Thompson August 9 – “Quilts from Wall to Wall”, The National Quilt Museum director Frank Bennett September 13 – “Climbing the family Tree through DNA”, Family Tree DNA C.E.O. Bennett Greenspan October 11 – “Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who Taught Me to Live for Taste”, author Bianca Bosker Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)