Things To Do in Edinburg: March 19-25

Edinburg Edge March 18, 2018
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$5 Jewelry Sale, Monday-Wednesday, Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance. Benefits the Renaissance Cancer Foundation. Monday-Tuesday: 7am-7pm, Wednesday: 7am-4pm.

Chivas vs Club Santos, Wednesday 8pm, H-E-B Park. Liga MX action returns to Edinburg. Tickets start at $45.

Arbitrary Dreams by Briana Garza Art Exhibit, Friday 5:30-8pm, Espresso Cup Cafe. This new Edinburg coffee shop aims to become a destination for local artists to feature their works. Local artist Briana Garza’s exhibit will be on display March 3-31. Opening reception on March 23rd.

Jazz, Art & Wine Festival, Friday 7-11pm, Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance. (Rescheduled from January.) Proceeds benefit Hope Family Health Center.

UTRGV Baseball WAC Opener, Friday 7pm, UTRGV Baseball Stadium. The first 200 fans in attendance will receive free UTRGV baseball car magnets.

Bunny Dash, Saturday 8-10am, Edinburg Municipal Park. 5k brought to you by the Edinburg Housing Association. $15 for the full 5k, $5 for the half mile “bunny hop”.

United Collectors Expo, Saturday 10am-5pm, Edinburg Activity Center. Comics, toys, games, cosplay, music, door prizes and more. Admission: $2 (12 and under free).

Pre-Production Design Workshop, Saturday 11am-3pm, Sekula Memorial Library. Free filmmaking workshops, “Film Sound Design” and “Writing with Sound and Light” presented by the South Texas International Film Festival.

956 R/C Round-Up, Saturday 2-7pm, Edinburg Motorsports Park. Bring your drones, RC racers and more to this family-friendly competition. Kids 12 and under free.

UTRGV Baseball Friends & Family Night, Saturday 6pm, UTRGV Baseball Stadium. Friends and families can purchase four-packs that include four tickets, four hot dogs and four drinks for $25.

Strike Out Hunger, Sunday 12pm, UTRGV Baseball Stadium. Bring 5 non-perishable food items and recieve a free ticket for the game, helping out the Food Bank of the RGV in the process. UTRGV takes on CSU Bakersfield.

Sunday Speaker Series: Making a Living in Deep South Texas, Sunday 2-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. Museum volunteer Neil Cassady will present “It’s a Hard Luck Life: Making a Living in Deep South Texas – Coahuiltecans to Cowboys” March 25 at 2 p.m. Included in regular admission.

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