Events

Amarillo Gun Club to host Randall County 4-H Booster Bust tournament

Starting on Sept 7 at the Amarillo Gun Club off of 4521 S Osage, the Randall County 4-H will be open to 5-person teams, 5-person 4-H youth teams, and individual shooters.

Amarillo resident to be featured on National Down Syndrome Society Times Square Video

  Governor’s Small Business Forum aims to provide helpful advice to women in business

Registration underway for Dodge for a Cause Dodgeball Tournament

This Weekend in the Panhandle

  Sign up your team for the Dodge for a Cause Dodgeball Tournament to benefit the Maverick Elite Wrestling Club

Heal the City hosting back-to-school immunization event, unveiling facility this weekend

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  Boots and Badges to play softball charity game at Hodgetown

  2019 Braids and Fades happening this weekend

Don Harrington Discovery Center to host Discover for $1

Harwell and Cook Orthodontics offering mouthguards to help protect student athletes this sports season

Salvation Army giving back-to-school supplies on Thursday

Clovis Police Department to participate in National Night Out

Tickets available for Una Gran Cena fundraising dinner

Tickets are available for the Una Gran Cena fundraising dinner for the Amarillo Wesley Community Center.

Roosevelt County hosting public meetings to discuss Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan

The Roosevelt County Commissioners will consider the ICIP at their regular meeting on August 13.

League of Women Voters hosting voter registration at AMA-CON

The League of Women Voters will host a voter registration table at the AMA-CON convention this weekend.

Discovery Center hosting Wizarding School for Harry Potter fans

Calling all Muggles! The Don Harrington Discovery Center is hosting a Wizarding School for Harry Potter Fans.

You’re invited to the 2nd annual Tule Creek Family Fest in Tulia

Northside Toy Drive hosting Chillin’ & Grillin’ Family BBQ

  Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping event to take place this week

  Heart Glo Family Walk and Run happening this weekend

Amarillo City Transit meeting to focus on proposed fare changes, route modifications

5 Texas Panhandle communities hosting Wild & Free on 83

City council meeting to be replaced by team training this week

A time to build a team and look at big issues and goals will replace Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Amarillo City Council.

New Mexico State Auditor opening office hours in Clovis, Portales

The New Mexico state auditor will have office hours in Clovis and Portales, New Mexico on Tuesday for the public to get services and share their thoughts.

San Jacinto Neighborhood Plan meeting set for Tuesday

The public is invited to discuss revitalization plans for the San Jacinto neighborhood meeting Tuesday evening in southwest Amarillo.

Let your nerd show at AMA-CON this weekend

AMA-CON is from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday and from noon to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex, located at 401 S. Buchanan St.

  Industry leaders discuss what brings people to Canadian

With oil and gas and agriculture leading Canadian’s economy, they have created two conferences to allow people in the industry to dive deeper and learn about the latest industry updates with expert speakers.

  Taking a look at the transformation of The Citadelle Art Museum

People from all over the world, including former presidents, have come to see The Mansion at the Citadelle that has a world class art museum.

  Sunset Park to receive electrical upgrade for events

Sunset Park in Canadian will receive an electrical upgrade.

  The Last Cowboy’s Court being refurbished into 1950’s chic boutique

If you’re heading to Canadian or passing through and looking for an adventure, you can stay at one of Canadian’s most popular places to lodge.

  River Valley Pioneer Museum captures history, preserves stories for future generations

If you want to explore eastern Texas Panhandle history, you can stop at the River Valley Pioneer Museum in Canadian.

  Memorial service honoring fallen firefighters in historic refinery explosion

A memorial service in Dumas will honor fallen heroes who died in the 1956 Shamrock McKee Refinery Explosion.

Beat the heat with Amarillo Zoo animals

With the summer heating up, you’re invited to see how the Amarillo Zoo keeps its animals cool.

You’re invited to The National Day of the Cowboy this weekend

The event runs 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum in Amarillo, located at 2601 Interstate 40 East.

25th annual Original Harley Party set for Saturday

The 25th annual Original Harley Party is set for Saturday in downtown Amarillo.

Dairy Queen giving back to the community for Miracle Treat Day

Participating Dairy Queen locations will be offering $1 Blizzards for Miracle Treat Day.

City of Clovis hosting public meetings on Infrastructure and Capital Improvement Plan

The City of Clovis will host two public meetings to discuss the Infrastructure and Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP).

  R&R Machine Works serving cattle and animal feeding industries worldwide

An employee owned and operated company located in the heart of the cattle feeding industry is known worldwide.

  Texas Tech honoring construction company in its support of veterinary school

The Texas Tech University system is honoring and recognizing ASCO Equipment for supporting the Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine.

  Dalhart Wolves look to build on comeback 2018 season

The Dalhart Wolves have had trouble in the past on the local gridirons. Last year’s 7-5 season was a welcomed sight, and they even added a playoff win.

  Historic La Rita Performing Arts Theatre open year round

The La Rita Performing Arts Theatre is a beautifully restored 1930′s period theatre offering the community theater productions and other performing arts events.

Rico Aviation provides emergency service for Dalhart community and surrounding areas

In partner with Coon Memorial Hospital, Rico Aviation has a hangar in Dalhart for emergency needs in the area.

  Telemedicine Program at Coon Memorial Hospital allows patients in Dalhart to speak with doctors in Amarillo or Lubbock

In efforts to modernize medicine and innovate rural health care, Coon Memorial Hospital has a Telemedicine Program that allows patients to come into their hospital in Dalhart to speak with doctors in Amarillo and Lubbock.

  XIT Rodeo and Reunion prepares for world’s largest free barbecue

From August 1 until August 3, Dalhart will triple in size for the XIT Rodeo and Reunion.

Amarillo community prepares 2nd annual Unity in the Community Water Bash

The Unity in the Community Water Bash is returning for its second annual back-to-school series of events to help children and families prepare for school.

Amarillo Youth Choirs hosting Raise Your Voices Choir Camp

Your children can learn all the ins and outs of music next week at the Amarillo Youth Choirs’ annual choir camp.

  Amarillo Branch NAACP hosting Evening at the Esquire

You’re invited to listen to live music while raising scholarship money for the Amarillo Branch NAACP Tuesday evening.

  The Memphis Cyclones are filled with hometown pride

The Memphis Cyclones are looking to make their hometown proud with a successful season

  ’The Memphis on the Red beats them all by a mile’: Recognizing the people who helped shape the City of Memphis

“There’s a Memphis on the Mississippi, there’s a Memphis on the Nile, but the Memphis on the Red beats them all by a mile.”

  Memphis economy relying on cotton, new small businesses

Memphis takes pride in its cotton while also pushing for more small businesses.

  Memphis is home to Texas’ only survivor of the USS Indianapolis

Memphis is home to Texas’ only survivor of the USS Indianapolis.

  TxDOT and City of Memphis working to repair streets surrounding the courthouse

TxDOT in Childress and the City of Memphis are working on a project to repair the streets surrounding the courthouse.

  Members of Preservation Foundation working to preserve old Presbyterian church in Memphis

Members of the Preservation Foundation in Memphis continue to work to preserve the old Presbyterian church.

Mayor’s Summit on Homelessness provides education on ‘Coming Home Program’ for Amarillo homeless

The City of Amarillo hosted the Mayor’s Summit on Homelessness to provide education for the community on how the city is helping the Amarillo homeless population.

The Garden at High Plains Food Bank looking for volunteers

If you are interested in gardening, The Garden at High Plains Food Bank needs your help.

  Canyon celebrating Tex Randall’s 60th birthday with Tex Randall Birthday Bash

One of the largest statues in the Panhandle is getting a big birthday celebration.

  Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery partnering with Coffee Memorial Blood Center for Boots and Badges blood drive

Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is partnering with Coffee Memorial Blood Center to host a Boots and Badges blood drive.

  Susan G. Komen West Texas hosting More Than Pink Walk

Registration is underway for the More Thank Pink Walk hosted by Susan G. Komen West Texas.

  Guymon Tigers fueled by community support

The Guymon tiger’s football team will open up the 2019 season in front of home crowd for the first time in three years

  Guymon Fire Department preserving history, serving the community

If you haven’t had the chance to see the Guymon Fire Department, you’re missing out.

  Guymon city officials proud of improving the city and keeping the ‘small town feel’

Guymon city officials are proud of the improvements they continue to make in the city while keeping the small town feel they say makes it special.

  Agriculture driving Guymon economy, casino and soccer complex in progress

While agriculture continued to drive Guymon’s economy, new businesses are also popping up in the city.

  Guymon Public Schools expanding, creating new initiatives

Some Guymon Public School facilities will have a new look this Fall.

  Guymon community honoring veterans with banners

When you pass through the City of Guymon, you’ll notice the streets are lined with banners honoring our nation’s heroes.

  Cannon Air Force Base welcomes new commander

Cannon Air Force Base is welcoming their new commander.

  Psychiatrist to speak about ‘In Cold Blood’ at Amarillo Civic Center

The psychiatrist who interviewed the murderers made famous in the book “In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote will speak at the Amarillo Civic Center.

  Mayor Ginger Nelson to host Mayor’s Summit on Homelessness

The event will feature a discussion on the current state of the homeless population in Amarillo, including the chronically homeless, youth and veterans.

  City of Borger economy thriving with small businesses and big industry

The City of Borger is growing with the help of its businesses, large and small.

  Frank Phillips College expanding its nursing program

Frank Phillips College is expanding its nursing program.

  Borger ISD schools to have a new look this Fall

Borger ISD schools will have a new look come this Fall.

  City of Borger developing ‘Boomtown 2040’ comprehensive plan

The City of Borger continues to develop its comprehensive plan, called Boomtown 2040.

  A Look Back at ‘Boom Town’: City of Borger celebrates 93 years

Established in 1926, the city of Borger is 93-years-old this year.

  Borger Bulldogs look to thrive under new head coach Duane Toliver

After winning only one game last season, the Borger Bulldogs hope its a different story under new head coach Duane Toliver.

Panhandle PBS to play host to Clifford the Big Red Dog

The popular character will visit the Panhandle from July 14 to July 20.

  Amarillo vigil event seeking to call attention to ‘humanitarian crisis’ at border

Organizers said the vigil is meant to draw attention to the conditions in which detained immigrants and their families are held in at the border.

Portion of northwest Amarillo to undergo community cleanup

After picking up trash in the area, all volunteers will meet back up to take a photo of their progress.

B&G Power Equipment hosting ‘no judging’ car show in Pampa

The event will also be an appreciation event for local first responders.

Classic cars, chicken chasing mark kick-off for Claude’s Caprock Roundup

All events except for the rodeo and chicken chase are free and open to the public.

  Law enforcement to square off in Top of Texas Smokin’ Steel Pistol Competition

The competition begins at 8:00 a.m. and is open to the public.

  Almost 100 years of cars to be showcased at Classic Rollers MS Car Show

Trucks from 1980 to the present day will also be shown, as well as street rods, rat rods and motorcycles.