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High Noon on the Square kicks off

Amarillo, TX - The Center City High Noon on the Square kicked off Wednesday in front of the Potter County Courthouse.

It's an annual event  that brings hundreds of people together for good food, good company and good entertainment.

It will take place every Wednesday at 12:00 noon from June 5th to July 31st.

Lunch is available for $6.00.


June 5th 
Performer: Andy Chase & Friends 
Caterer: The Big Texan - Hamburgers

June 12th
Performer: 'Texas' Performers & Masons on the Square
Caterer: The Khiva Muleskinners - BBQ

June 19th 
Performer: Mike Fuller
Caterer: Chick-Fil-A - Box Lunch

June 26th 
Performer: Amarillo Symphony
Caterer: Texas Road House - Pulled Pork Sandwich

July 3rd 
Performer: Golden Spread Chorus & Sweet Adelines
Caterer: Schlotzsky's - Box Lunch

July 10th 
Performers: Amarillo Opera Artists in Training
                 Youth Musical 'The Wizard of Oz'
Caterer: Steak Express - Hamburgers

July 17th
Performer: Yvonne Perea
Caterer: Desperados - BBQ

July 24th 
Performer: Lone Star Ballet
Caterer: Chick-Fil-A - Box Lunch

July 31st 
Underwood Law Firm Day
Performer: The Smediums
Caterer: Joe Taco - Fajitas

For more information call: 806-372-6744

 

 

 

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