Edinburg State of the City Address, Thursday 6pm, Edinburg City Hall Courtyard. Mayor Richard Molina speaks on the state of the city. Free and open to the public.
MOSTHistory Happy Hour: Birthday Celebration, Thursday 6-8pm, Museum of South Texas History. The museum celebrates 48 years during their monthly happy hours featuring food, drinks and a unique chance to explore. $15 GA, $10 for members.
Whiskey Tasting Battle 2, Friday 6:30-8pm, Bob’s Steak & Chop House. Complimentary samples of Elijah Craig and Larceny bourbons. No cover or reservations needed.
Got Faith Music Festival, Friday 7pm, H-E-B Park. Headlined by Skillet and For King And Country.
Jr Vipers April Reign Basketball Tournament, Saturday-Sunday, Edinburg Sports & Wellness Center. Two day basketball camp and tournament lead by the RGV Vipers for 1st grade through high school varsity. $100 per team. For more information, contact Andrew Garza at 956-310-8126.
8th Annual Walk-N-Rolla Capes & Tiaras, Saturday 8am, Edinburg City Hall Courtyard. 5K walk/run, family bike ride, pet events and much more are part of this annual event. A donation of 5 non-perishable food items for the UTRGV Student Food Pantry is your entry fee.
American Diabetes Association Spin-A-Thon, Saturday 8:30am, Gold’s Gym Edinburg. “Join us for our Gold’s Gym 7th Annual American Diabetes Association Spin-A-Thon. Food, drinks, music & fun for the whole family! Your $20 donation includes event T-shirt.”
Bloom 2018, Saturday 9am-1pm, Edinburg Regional Medical Center. RGV Moms Blog presents this 3rd annual event. “Tour The Women’s Corner, connect with local moms and shop from select vendors!”
Edinburg Cool City Celebration, Saturday 9am-1pm, Edinburg City Hall Courtyard. A variety of events combined into one, celebrating Earth Day and Arbor Day with a 5K/kids bike rodeo/mutt strut, a tree planting, live entertainment, giveaways and more. Free!
Sunday Speaker Series, Sunday 2-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. Yolanda Zarate, RN and researcher presents “History and Validity of 433 Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in Texas.” Included in regular admission.