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Eats & Bounds: 12/03/15

The regular football season has ended, but we’re going to keep this party rolling.

Lubbock Events

Thursday, December 3rd

Alamo Drafthouse Theater
Christmas Vacation Movie Party – 7pm

The Blue Light
Shotgun Rider w/ Matthew McNeil

Friday, December 4th

Lubbock Cultural District
First Friday Art Trail – 6-9pm

Broadway Church of Christ
Handel’s Messiah presented by
The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra
and the Lubbock Chorale – 7:30pm

The Blue Light
Phlip Coggins ft. The Lotharios

The Office
Matt Kimbrow w/ Kimberly Dunn

Between the Buried and Me

Wild West
Cameran Nelson

Saturday, December 5th

Alamo Drafthouse Theater
ELF Family Party – 10:30am
ELF Movie Party – 6pm
Die Hard Quote-Along – 10pm

City Bank Auditorium
Billy Gibbons & The BFG’s – 8pm
Tickets are still available and start at $48.

The Blue Light
Dolly Shine w/ Austin Meade

The Office
Zac Wilkerson w/ Aaron Copeland

Brittan Church CD Release Party

Wild West
Granger Smith

Sunday, December 6th

TTU Campus
Carol of Lights 5k or 1-Mile Run – 6:45pm

Enjoy the spirit of the season with an evening run on the campus of Texas Tech University. This family-friendly event will have you amazed at the more than 25,000 colored lights that illuminate many buildings on campus.

The longer course (5K) will have runners enjoying a lap through Jones AT&T Stadium. Carolers will entertain the runners along the course. After crossing the finish line, all runners will enjoy hot chocolate that will provide a warm treat on a cold winter’s night.

New Toys and Books will be collected for Toys for Tots.

Tuesday, December 8th

The Blue Light
Ronnie Eaton & The Cold Hard Truth

Wednesday, December 9th

United Supermarkets Arena
TTU Women’s Basketball v. Idaho – 5:30pm
TTU Men’s Basketball v. Tennessee-Martin – 8pm

Ongoing & Upcoming Events

November 21st – December 26th
Polar Express Train Rides
Train departs at 4:30, 6:30 & 8:30pm
12/3-12/6, 12/9-12/13,
12/15-12/23, & 12/26

November 24th – January 14th
International Cultural Center
“High and Dry XV: A photographic exhibition of peoples & places of the world’s dry lands”

December 10th-13th
The Nutcracker
12/10 – 7pm only
12/11 – 7pm only
12/12 – 2 & 7pm
12/13 – 2pm only

December 11th-12th
National Ranching Heritage Center
Candlelight at the Ranch – 6-9pm

Thousands of luminarias will line the paths to historic structures from 6 to 9 p.m. December 11-12, 2015, at the National Ranching Heritage Center as volunteer Ranch Hosts dress in period clothing to recreate holiday scenes of trimming trees, playing traditional music and gathering around a campfire on a cold winter night.

Hot cocoa and cider will be available inside the museum in Cogdell’s General Store, and children can get in line to have a special visit with Santa Claus. Although the event is open to the public and admission is free, a $2 donation is suggested.


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