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Hispanic Awareness Update

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The Hispanic Association of Women is currently accepting nominations for the Hispana of the Year. For more visit their website https://www.lubbockhaw.net/

The Garden Arts Center will be hosting their 50th Annual Fall Festival on Sept 12th from 9-5pm. New vendor registration opened this week. Interested parties can call (806) 767-3724 or email gac@mylubbock.us for more information!

Aug 13th
If you are downtown and it seems a little busier than usual that’s because the office of Governor Greg Abbott will be in town. He will be making a press release on COVID-19 at the Citizen’s Tower located at 1314 Ave K.

Aug 1st thru Aug 15th
4ORE Gold and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce are doing a l little extra to help local kids prepare for success this school year. Bring in new school supplies to benefit the Lubbock Dream Center and you will get 30 minutes of FREE gaming.

Aug 15th
Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market opens at 9am. 19th & Buddy Holly Ave.

Aug 15th
This Saturday head out to LHUCA located at 511 Ave K for an ART Market event. Local artist will be selling items from 10am – 2pm

Aug 17th
Lubbock Schools open. For more info visit: https://www.lubbockisd.org/Domain/4

Aug 17th
Frenship Schools open. For more info visit: https://www.frenship.net/

Aug 19th
Lubbock Cooper Schools open. For more info visit: https://www.lcisd.net/

Aug 19th
Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope will host Coffee with the Mayor at Amigos located at 112 North University Ave. beginning at 7:30am. This is your opportunity to share your concerns or comments and connect with other citizens of Lubbock.

Aug 20th
Alamo Drafthouse announced it will reopen on August 20th Guess will maintain 6ft and wear masks if not eating.

Aug 30th
The following is a statement from Broadway Festivals.

30th Annual 4th on Broadway Transitions to Television Spectacular

LUBBOCK, Texas – In light of the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, officials with Broadway Festivals, Inc. announced today that the annual 4th on Broadway celebration, held for the past 30 years on July 4, and subsequently rescheduled this year for Labor Day, is making another major change.

The event is moving to a television concert format, with the broadcast scheduled at various times on Aug. 30. The three-hour show will be broadcast at 2 p.m. on Fox 34 and MyLubbockTV; 2:30 p.m. on KLBK-TV and 3 p.m. on KAMC-TV.

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