To welcome this year's holiday season, the Seidule Theatre at Brazosport College is presenting the Dickens holiday classic: “A Christmas Carol.” All seven performances are free and open to the public. Seats can be reserved by calling the box office at 979-230-3271.
The local district of the AARP Foundation is in need of volunteers this year to help out with their upcoming Tax-Aide program, which offers free in-person preparation and assistance each year to individuals and families who need to file their taxes. Contact Georgia Monnerat at 979-341-9322 if you are interested in volunteering.
George and Linda Morgan have been sending in recipes to the Holiday Handbook for the past few years, and this year, they submitted more than fifty recipes to be shared with other cooks, bakers, and food-lovers of Brazoria County.
The Angleton High School Choir held its annual Princess Tea Party for the little princes and princesses of the Brazosport community on Saturday. Children were invited to Angleton High School for cookies and punch, and a chance to meet their favorite Disney prince or princess.
On Thursday night, Brazosport Center Stages became the first membership group of the Brazosport Center for the Arts and Sciences to officially consolidate with the Center, in an overwhelming majority vote. This arrangement should benefit Center Stages, BCFAS, and the community as a whole.
Brazoria County music lovers have the opportunity next week to see Brazosport College’s annual Jazztravaganza, which will bring band members from various Brazosport schools together with special guest Aubrey Logan for a performance Thursday night. Logan will also give a concert Friday night.
Give back this holiday season by donating to the Yule Help Families hygiene items and food drive, hosted by the Brazosport Cares Food Pantry in partnership with Jesse Glatz of TBT Real Estate. The community-wide drive runs from Nov. 11 through Dec. 13, and the items will be distributed to families in need.
World War II is a period that is long gone but not forgotten here in the United States. In his newest book, Thunder on Bataan: The First American Tank Battles of World War II, local author Donald Caldwell offers a look at some of the lesser-known pages of that chapter of history, and the courage of some of the lesser-known figures that played critical roles in the story.
Robert Soria is a welder by trade, who forges knives in a backyard workshop as both a hobby and a side business. Tonight, Soria will appear on an episode of Forged in Fire on the History channel in a competition against three other bladesmiths.