The park is giving free access to military including veterans and retired military, EMT’s, firefighters and police officers. Family members get 40 percent off.
The water park featuring Schlitterbahn Water Parks promoted American Heroes Week starting Monday, May 27th and ending Sunday, June 2nd.
Now that school is out, families are ready to enjoy the park but are out of luck. It turns out the park does not open until Friday, May 31st.
Today, an employee at the park said the park is honoring the promotion Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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A play set in South Texas is at Aurora Arts Theatre this weekend.
It is called “Casa Rio! A South Texas Comedy,” and according to their Facebook event, “The misadventures of enterprising Consuelo and her pushy neighbor, Licha, provoke laughter reminiscent of the “I Love Lucy” sitcoms of yesteryear. An upcoming convention inspires Consuelo to convert her home into Casa Rio Bed & Breakfast, and she soon discovers that the pursuit of the American dream is not as easy as she thought.”
The play was written by Roberto Nieto, and the whole thing is especially close to home because it is set in South Texas.
There is a Saturday showing at 7:30 and a Sunday performance at 2:30 pm at the Aurora Arts Theatre.
You can get tickets at auroraartstheatre.com or call 361.851-9700.
Bring your young ones over to the Keach Family Library this Saturday for the Summer Reading Blastoff Party!
There will be a glow in the dark party, space trivia, and a bonafide ‘Alien Space Craft’
On top of all that, the Texas State Aquarium is bringing some reptiles and a touch tank starting at 11 am.
You can register the day of and start logging in points to earn prizes in the Summer Reading Club.
The Hurricane Harvey recovery process is underway in the Rockport community.
The Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary have served the community at the shrine and retreat center for years.
Harvey hit that center hard. There are 99 windows at the convent and retreat center that still need to be replaced. Residents there are rallying together to raise funds.
On June 1, volunteers will host a German-style fundraiser at Brewster Street Icehouse.
Wurstfest will feature live music and even a performance by the New Braunfels Dancers.
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The tradition of pets helping veterans deal with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) goes all the way back to WWII when a stray dog was adopted by military personnel and assisted doctors and nurses in a hospital.
Since then, animal therapy has had tremendous results for veterans with PTSD.
According to a study done by the Human-Animal Bond Research Institute, people with PTSD that were exposed to animal therapy saw a reduction in depression, PTSD symptom severity, and anxiety.
This event aims to help local veterans hook up with local organizations to receive emotional support from animal therapy.
The event goes from 11 am to 4 pm at the Corpus Christi Harley Davidson
The People Assisting Animal Control3 Wellness Clinic is offering low-cost Vaccinations and animal services this Saturday from 8:30 am to 1 pm.
The Wellness Clinic will serve the first 35 pets to walk in.
Make sure to bring your pets’ vaccination records and make sure they are on a leash or in a carrier to take advantage of these incredible deals. Here is a breakdown of the prices:
The Miracle League of Corpus Christi is hosting an all-inclusive field day event this Saturday.
“The Miracle League of Corpus Christi is a non-profit organization focused on providing a safe and enjoyable experience for kids and adults with mental and/or physical disabilities regardless of his or her experience, or level of ability.” their Facebook page says.
The event goes from 10 am until 1 pm, and there will be Zumba, Rugby, Baseball, Miller Cheer Squad, Kickball, Dance Buddies, Vendors, food, and live music.
There will be family fun happening every 30 minutes, so stick around.
If you are interested in volunteering, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.