Aggieland Humane Society is holding a discounted microchip day at the shelter on Leonard Road in Bryan from 11 until 6 Thursday, June 11th, and Thursday, July 9th. Animals will be micro-chipped and registered in just five minutes for $15.
Camp Millican for children ages 5 through 10 will be held at the Millican Reserve Monday through Friday, June 22nd through the 26th, and again July 6th through the 10th. The camp promotes healthy, happy, and successful childhood experiences through outdoor adventures, play, and activities. Each camp ends with a family bar-b-que party. Cost and registration information is online at www.campmillican2015.splashthat.com.
Aggieland Humane Society is offering 12 Dogs for $12 during July. Adoption information is available online at aggielandhumane.org.
Aggieland Humane Society is having free feline Fridays during July. The normal adoption fee is waived on Fridays on all adoptable cats and kittens. Adoptions will include free spay or neuter, the first set of vaccinations, deworming, flea control, a microchip, a coupon for a free physical, and 30 days of pet health insurance. Adoptions will be at Petsmart in College Station or at the Aggieland Humane Society Cat House at 5359 Leonard Road in Bryan.
First Baptist Church of Bryan will present the Summer Sunday Nights series at 6 pm every Sunday night in July. On July 5th, former Texas A&M and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Stephen McGee will deliver the message. On July 12th, illusionist Bryan Drake will present a Christ-based program. July 19th will be Remix Family Fun Night. And, on July 26th, the comedy troupe Call-Sign Vesper will give a family friendly program.
The final Camp Millican for children ages 5 through 10 will be held at the Millican Reserve Monday through Friday, July 6th through the 10th. The camp promotes healthy, happy, and successful childhood experiences through outdoor adventures, play, and activities. The camp ends with a family bar-b-que party. Cost and registration information is online at www.campmillican2015.splashthat.com.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History announces Summer Nature Camp 2015 from June 8 – August 21, Monday– Friday, 9am– 3pm. The only natural history museum in a hundred mile radius, their outstanding summer nature camp program spans over 50 years. Utilizing non-traditional teaching techniques, museum artifacts & art, and fun-filled interactive activities, experienced teachers create customized plans for each day, corresponding to weekly themes. This year’s themes include: Engineering for Kids; Amazing Animals; Mummy Mysteries; Stars and Stripes; Aquatic Adventures; Once Upon a Time; Dinosaurs and More; Rainforests; Space Exploration; and Island Life.
Online registration is available this year! Priority member registration began April 7th and open registration begins May 5th. Join as a member today for priority registration! Spots fill up quickly and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Parents can register their children (ages 4-12) for one week or for the whole summer.
Studying science and history helps children know and understand the world around them. The Museum offers children this opportunity in a safe, fun, and interdisciplinary educational setting. Facilities include classroom areas, a Discovery Room, Museum galleries, and a 40-acre park, all used to enhance children’s learning experience. To ensure personalized instruction, classes are grouped by age and kept small, with a teacher to student ratio of 1:10.
Weekly themes allow campers to explore the world in a variety of ways. Engineering For Kids teaches the basics of engineering. Amazing Animals reveals facts about our strangest creatures. Campers can learn how mummies are formed, and what they tell us in Mummy Mysteries. Stars & Stripes tells the stories of America and the Lone Star State’s past. Aquatic Adventures dives into facts about water and animals that call it home.
Campers will be transported to ancient times of the Vikings, the Middle Ages and more in Once Upon a Time. Dinosaurs and More digs up the dirt on prehistoric creatures. Rainforests! highlights the fauna and flora of these unique habitats. Children will investigate ancient astronomy to modern day marvels of the universe in Space Exploration. Island Life is the Summer Extension Day Camp, allowing the additional option of day-by-day registration. The different days of the week will focus on Greenland, the Galapagos Islands, New Zealand, the Bahamas, and the Hawaiian Islands.
WEEK 1 June 8-June 12 Engineering For Kids
WEEK 2 June 15-June 19 Amazing Animals
WEEK 3 June 22-June 26 Mummy Mysteries
WEEK 4 June 29-July 3 Stars & Stripes
WEEK 5 July 6-July 10 Aquatic Adventures
———- July 13-July 17 NO CAMP THIS WEEK
WEEK 6 July 20-July 24 Once Upon a Time
WEEK 7 July 27-July 31 Dinosaurs and More!
WEEK 8 Aug. 3-Aug. 7 Rainforests!
WEEK 9 Aug. 10-Aug. 14 Space Exploration
WEEK 10 Aug. 17-Aug. 21 Island Life
Camp fees are $155/ week for members and $175/ week for non-members. The Island Life Summer Extension Day Camp fees are $45/ day for members and $50/ day for non-members or the normal weekly rate. Before-camp care runs from 8:00 am to 9:00 am at $25/week. After-camp care runs from 3:00 pm to 5:15 pm at $50/week. (Days can be prorated at $5/day or $10/day). A 50% deposit will save and confirm a place in the camp session and there is a 5% processing fee for all registrants.
April 7th: Contributor, Benefactor, & President’s Circle Members ($250+)
April 14th: Sponsor Level Members ($150+)
April 21st: Family Level Members ($100+)
April 28th: Student, Senior Citizen, Individual, & Dual Level Members($30+)
May 5th: Non-members
Regular admission to the Museum and the Museum’s permanent galleries and traveling exhibits is $5 for adults; $4 for children, students, and seniors. Members and children 3 and under are free. The Museum, located in the Brazos Center on Briarcrest Drive, is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5pm. For additional information about this and other Museum events and exhibits, call 979.776.2195, visit their website at www.brazosvalleymuseum.org or follow them on Facebook and Twitter!
Have kids that will have time on their hands this summer and want to keep them busy? Here’s a great way to do it without breaking the bank! Grand Station Entertainment is participating in the Kids Bowl Free Program this year, which happens all across the nation.
Families that register will receive coupons valid for two free bowling games each day sent to their email address every Sunday morning from the starting date at their center until the conclusion of the program in August.
Contact Scott Logan at Grand Station Entertainment for more information!
We are a local non-denominational, non-political group that meets every Tuesday at the American Pavilion Flag Pole at Veterans Park to pray for our country. Come out and join US in prayer!
The Bridge Medical Ministry is a non-profit clinic that provides free medical care to the people of the Brazos Valley. Our volunteer physicians, nurses and prayer partners strive to meet the client’s health and spiritual needs.
The clinic began in October 2011 as a secondary ministry outreach of The Bridge Ministries. The clinic provides basic medical coverage for chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, back to school physicals and other minor healthcare needs. The clinic is not able to provide women health services at this time. Radiologic and laboratory studies and prescription assistance is available.