Things To Do in Edinburg: Spring Break 2018

Edinburg Edge March 11, 2018
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Spring Break Soccer Camp, Monday-Friday 9am-1pm, H-E-B Park. Spring break soccer camp hosted by RGCFC Academy. “The camp is for kids ages 5-15 and you can register now by calling (281)814-3863 or email us at rgvfcacademy@rgvfc.com.”

Spring Break Safari, Tuesday-Friday 1-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. “Have some historic fun at the Museum of South Texas History during Spring Break Safari.” Each day includes different family-friendly activities. Included in regular admission.

Bicycle Plan Public Involvement, Wednesday 5-7pm, Sekula Memorial Library. Bicycle safety is a huge issue in our community. Make your voice heard and give feedback on the latest county plans.

Toros Girls Dance Clinic, Friday 12:30-3:30pm, H-E-B Park. Dance clinic for ages 5-14 with the RGCFC’s dance team, the Toros Girls. $35 cash per student.

RGVFC Toros Home Opener, Friday 7:30pm, H-E-B Park. The season and home opener for the 2018 RGVFC season doubles as Teacher Appreciation Night. Teachers can get 1 free ticket with ID at the box office. Additional tickets $10.

Artrageous, Saturday 10am-5pm, Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance. Free fine art exhibition.

Sunday Speaker Series: From Vaquero to Cowboy, Sunday 2-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. “Caroline Miles, a professor from the University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, will present at the Museum of South Texas History March 18 at 2 p.m.” Included in regular admission.

Enjoy your Spring Break week–even if you don’t have off!

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