Event Calendar

December 2018

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  • Brazos Valley Farmers Market

    The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. Eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, and garden crafts are also sold. Takes place every Saturday at 8 AM at 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Outdoor Community Yoga at the Lake Walk Pavilion

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Grooves on the Green

    Grooves on The Green. Come enjoy live music in the Century Square plaza every weekend! Enjoy a wide range of sounds, from smooth jazz to folk, classic rock to country. Enjoy time with your friends and family, lawn games and tasty eats at Hopdoddy, Blaze Pizza, Piada, Zoës Kitchen, Poppy and PORTERS; it’s fun for the whole family!

    Grooves on The Green is presented by The Eagle. 

    7 PM - 10 PM 

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Free Community Outdoor Yoga

    Free Community Outdoor Yoga at Lake Walk

    Every Saturday Morning at 8AM

    This free community class is open to all age groups and skill level. Hosted by Sol Yoga BCS, bring your friends and family to this fun, interactive yoga class every Saturday morning at 8am at the Lake Walk Pavilion. We ask that you bring your own mat and water.

     After the class, enjoy a complimentary beverage from Campfire Restaurant...just steps away!

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Hanukkah (Chanukah) Begins
    Hanukkah/Chanukah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE. Hanukkah is observed for eight nights, starting on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, and may occur from late November to late December on the Gregorian calendar. The festival is observed by the kindling of the lights of a special candelabrum, the nine-branched Menorah or Hanukiah, one light on each night of the holiday, progressing to eight on the final night. An extra light called a shamash (Hebrew: "guard" or "servant") is also lit each night for the purpose of lighting the others and is given a distinct location, usually above or below the rest. The shamash symbolically supplies light that may be used for some secular purpose.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Lake Walk Pumpkin Patch

    Lake Walk has partnered with Habitat for Humanity BCS to bring a pumpkin patch to the area! The pumpkin patch will be open every Tuesday in October at 4 PM. 

    There will be a photo wall opportunity so make sure you tag "@lakewalktx" on social media to be featured on our feeds.

    \\ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BCS\\

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • The Local at Lake Walk

    Join Lake Walk for a weekly artisan market featuring everything from fresh cut flowers, produce, baked goods, gourmet sauces, handmade soaps, jewelry, home decor and more.

    Held every Tuesday this Fall from 4-7pm, The Local is a free community wide event featuring food trucks, music and more!

    A list of vendors can be found at www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal. Vendor schedules may vary each week but we will release the lineup before each event.

    For more information please visit www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Sunrise Yoga at Lake Walk

    Sunrise Yoga at the Pavilion

    Every Tuesdsay Morning at 6AM

     New to the Lake Walk yoga series, Sunrise Sessions is a Hatha style yoga practice incorporating breath work and/or mudras. This is a great class to start your morning! 

    Hosted by SolYoga, this class is $5/ per class. Register here: https://squareup.com/store/solyoga

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Salsa Dancing at the Village Cafe

    The award-winning lessons are comprehensive and one hour long. Each week, you're taught all new moves, always beginning with a refresher of the basics and then moving into new material. No experience or partner is necessary.

    After the lesson, the dance floor opens to social dancing. If you just want to come out for the dancing, then arrive at 10pm and hit the floor. And, if you're 21+, bring your ID for sangria, wine, and beer specials each week!

    Salsa lesson from 9pm-10pm
    $7 (includes night of dancing)

    Dancing from 10pm-12am
    $5 (dancing without lesson)

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
    On December 7, 1941, our Nation was viciously attacked at Pearl Harbor. America's Pacific Fleet was battered and broken and more than 2,400 American lives were lost. On National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, America honors those brave individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our homeland and we recognize those veterans who with strength and resolve defended our Nation and advanced the cause of freedom during World War II.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Brazos Valley Farmers Market

    The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. Eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, and garden crafts are also sold. Takes place every Saturday at 8 AM at 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Outdoor Community Yoga at the Lake Walk Pavilion

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Grooves on the Green

    Grooves on The Green. Come enjoy live music in the Century Square plaza every weekend! Enjoy a wide range of sounds, from smooth jazz to folk, classic rock to country. Enjoy time with your friends and family, lawn games and tasty eats at Hopdoddy, Blaze Pizza, Piada, Zoës Kitchen, Poppy and PORTERS; it’s fun for the whole family!

    Grooves on The Green is presented by The Eagle. 

    7 PM - 10 PM 

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Free Community Outdoor Yoga

    Free Community Outdoor Yoga at Lake Walk

    Every Saturday Morning at 8AM

    This free community class is open to all age groups and skill level. Hosted by Sol Yoga BCS, bring your friends and family to this fun, interactive yoga class every Saturday morning at 8am at the Lake Walk Pavilion. We ask that you bring your own mat and water.

     After the class, enjoy a complimentary beverage from Campfire Restaurant...just steps away!

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Lake Walk Pumpkin Patch

    Lake Walk has partnered with Habitat for Humanity BCS to bring a pumpkin patch to the area! The pumpkin patch will be open every Tuesday in October at 4 PM. 

    There will be a photo wall opportunity so make sure you tag "@lakewalktx" on social media to be featured on our feeds.

    \\ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BCS\\

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • The Local at Lake Walk

    Join Lake Walk for a weekly artisan market featuring everything from fresh cut flowers, produce, baked goods, gourmet sauces, handmade soaps, jewelry, home decor and more.

    Held every Tuesday this Fall from 4-7pm, The Local is a free community wide event featuring food trucks, music and more!

    A list of vendors can be found at www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal. Vendor schedules may vary each week but we will release the lineup before each event.

    For more information please visit www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Sunrise Yoga at Lake Walk

    Sunrise Yoga at the Pavilion

    Every Tuesdsay Morning at 6AM

     New to the Lake Walk yoga series, Sunrise Sessions is a Hatha style yoga practice incorporating breath work and/or mudras. This is a great class to start your morning! 

    Hosted by SolYoga, this class is $5/ per class. Register here: https://squareup.com/store/solyoga

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Salsa Dancing at the Village Cafe

    The award-winning lessons are comprehensive and one hour long. Each week, you're taught all new moves, always beginning with a refresher of the basics and then moving into new material. No experience or partner is necessary.

    After the lesson, the dance floor opens to social dancing. If you just want to come out for the dancing, then arrive at 10pm and hit the floor. And, if you're 21+, bring your ID for sangria, wine, and beer specials each week!

    Salsa lesson from 9pm-10pm
    $7 (includes night of dancing)

    Dancing from 10pm-12am
    $5 (dancing without lesson)

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Brazos Valley Farmers Market

    The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. Eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, and garden crafts are also sold. Takes place every Saturday at 8 AM at 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Outdoor Community Yoga at the Lake Walk Pavilion

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Grooves on the Green

    Grooves on The Green. Come enjoy live music in the Century Square plaza every weekend! Enjoy a wide range of sounds, from smooth jazz to folk, classic rock to country. Enjoy time with your friends and family, lawn games and tasty eats at Hopdoddy, Blaze Pizza, Piada, Zoës Kitchen, Poppy and PORTERS; it’s fun for the whole family!

    Grooves on The Green is presented by The Eagle. 

    7 PM - 10 PM 

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Free Community Outdoor Yoga

    Free Community Outdoor Yoga at Lake Walk

    Every Saturday Morning at 8AM

    This free community class is open to all age groups and skill level. Hosted by Sol Yoga BCS, bring your friends and family to this fun, interactive yoga class every Saturday morning at 8am at the Lake Walk Pavilion. We ask that you bring your own mat and water.

     After the class, enjoy a complimentary beverage from Campfire Restaurant...just steps away!

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Lake Walk Pumpkin Patch

    Lake Walk has partnered with Habitat for Humanity BCS to bring a pumpkin patch to the area! The pumpkin patch will be open every Tuesday in October at 4 PM. 

    There will be a photo wall opportunity so make sure you tag "@lakewalktx" on social media to be featured on our feeds.

    \\ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BCS\\

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • The Local at Lake Walk

    Join Lake Walk for a weekly artisan market featuring everything from fresh cut flowers, produce, baked goods, gourmet sauces, handmade soaps, jewelry, home decor and more.

    Held every Tuesday this Fall from 4-7pm, The Local is a free community wide event featuring food trucks, music and more!

    A list of vendors can be found at www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal. Vendor schedules may vary each week but we will release the lineup before each event.

    For more information please visit www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Sunrise Yoga at Lake Walk

    Sunrise Yoga at the Pavilion

    Every Tuesdsay Morning at 6AM

     New to the Lake Walk yoga series, Sunrise Sessions is a Hatha style yoga practice incorporating breath work and/or mudras. This is a great class to start your morning! 

    Hosted by SolYoga, this class is $5/ per class. Register here: https://squareup.com/store/solyoga

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Salsa Dancing at the Village Cafe

    The award-winning lessons are comprehensive and one hour long. Each week, you're taught all new moves, always beginning with a refresher of the basics and then moving into new material. No experience or partner is necessary.

    After the lesson, the dance floor opens to social dancing. If you just want to come out for the dancing, then arrive at 10pm and hit the floor. And, if you're 21+, bring your ID for sangria, wine, and beer specials each week!

    Salsa lesson from 9pm-10pm
    $7 (includes night of dancing)

    Dancing from 10pm-12am
    $5 (dancing without lesson)

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • First Day Of Winter
    The first day of Winter or winter solstice occurs at the instant when the Sun's position in the sky is at its greatest angular distance on the other side of the equatorial plane from the observer's hemisphere. The seasonal significance of the winter solstice is in the reversal of the gradually lengthening nights and shortening days. Depending on the shift of the calendar, the winter solstice occurs sometime between December 20 and December 23 each year in the northern hemisphere, and between June 20 and June 23 in the southern hemisphere, during either the shortest day or longest night of the year. Though the winter solstice lasts an instant, the term is also colloquially used to refer to the full 24-hour period of the day on which it occurs.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Full Cold Moon
    In Native American cultures which tracked the calendar by the Moons, December’s Full Moon was known as the Full Cold Moon. It is fittingly associated with the month when winter cold fastens its grip and the nights become long and dark. This Full Moon is also called the Long Nights Moon by some Native American tribes because it occurs near the winter solstice—the night with the least amount of daylight. A full moon is a lunar phase that occurs when the geocentric apparent longitudes of the sun and moon differ by 180 degrees; the moon is then in opposition with the sun. At this time, as seen by viewers on earth, the hemisphere of the moon that is facing the earth (the near side) is fully illuminated by the sun and appears round. Only during a full moon is the opposite hemisphere of the moon, which is not visible from earth (the far side), completely unilluminated. As a lunar month is about 29.531, the period between full moons can be either 29 or 30 days.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Brazos Valley Farmers Market

    The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. Eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, and garden crafts are also sold. Takes place every Saturday at 8 AM at 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Outdoor Community Yoga at the Lake Walk Pavilion

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Grooves on the Green

    Grooves on The Green. Come enjoy live music in the Century Square plaza every weekend! Enjoy a wide range of sounds, from smooth jazz to folk, classic rock to country. Enjoy time with your friends and family, lawn games and tasty eats at Hopdoddy, Blaze Pizza, Piada, Zoës Kitchen, Poppy and PORTERS; it’s fun for the whole family!

    Grooves on The Green is presented by The Eagle. 

    7 PM - 10 PM 

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Free Community Outdoor Yoga

    Free Community Outdoor Yoga at Lake Walk

    Every Saturday Morning at 8AM

    This free community class is open to all age groups and skill level. Hosted by Sol Yoga BCS, bring your friends and family to this fun, interactive yoga class every Saturday morning at 8am at the Lake Walk Pavilion. We ask that you bring your own mat and water.

     After the class, enjoy a complimentary beverage from Campfire Restaurant...just steps away!

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Lake Walk Pumpkin Patch

    Lake Walk has partnered with Habitat for Humanity BCS to bring a pumpkin patch to the area! The pumpkin patch will be open every Tuesday in October at 4 PM. 

    There will be a photo wall opportunity so make sure you tag "@lakewalktx" on social media to be featured on our feeds.

    \\ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BCS\\

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Christmas Day
    Merry Christmas to all our residents! Get hourly updates on Santa sightings and Santa's progress at www.noradsanta.org. Although traditionally a Christian holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, Christmas is widely celebrated by many non-Christians, and some of its popular celebratory customs have pre-Christian or secular themes and origins. Popular modern customs of the holiday include gift-giving, music, an exchange of greeting cards, church celebrations, a special meal, and the display of various decorations; including Christmas trees, lights, and garlands, mistletoe, nativity scenes, and holly. In addition, Father Christmas (known as Santa Claus in North America, Australia and Ireland) is a popular figure in many countries, associated with the bringing of gifts for children.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • The Local at Lake Walk

    Join Lake Walk for a weekly artisan market featuring everything from fresh cut flowers, produce, baked goods, gourmet sauces, handmade soaps, jewelry, home decor and more.

    Held every Tuesday this Fall from 4-7pm, The Local is a free community wide event featuring food trucks, music and more!

    A list of vendors can be found at www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal. Vendor schedules may vary each week but we will release the lineup before each event.

    For more information please visit www.lakewalktx.com/thelocal

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Sunrise Yoga at Lake Walk

    Sunrise Yoga at the Pavilion

    Every Tuesdsay Morning at 6AM

     New to the Lake Walk yoga series, Sunrise Sessions is a Hatha style yoga practice incorporating breath work and/or mudras. This is a great class to start your morning! 

    Hosted by SolYoga, this class is $5/ per class. Register here: https://squareup.com/store/solyoga

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • First Day Of Kwanzaa
    Kwanzaa (or Kwaanza) is a week-long festival celebrated primarily in the United States, honoring African-American heritage. It is observed from December 26 to January 1 each year. It consists of seven days of celebration, featuring activities such as candle-lighting and pouring of libations, and culminating in a feast and gift-giving. It was created by Ron Karenga and first celebrated from December 26, 1966, to January 1, 1967. It was established as a means to help African-Americans reconnect with their African cultural and historical heritage by uniting in meditation and study of African traditions and common humanist principles.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Salsa Dancing at the Village Cafe

    The award-winning lessons are comprehensive and one hour long. Each week, you're taught all new moves, always beginning with a refresher of the basics and then moving into new material. No experience or partner is necessary.

    After the lesson, the dance floor opens to social dancing. If you just want to come out for the dancing, then arrive at 10pm and hit the floor. And, if you're 21+, bring your ID for sangria, wine, and beer specials each week!

    Salsa lesson from 9pm-10pm
    $7 (includes night of dancing)

    Dancing from 10pm-12am
    $5 (dancing without lesson)

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Brazos Valley Farmers Market

    The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to be for the freshest produce in town. All produce is grown locally, from friends and neighbors you know and trust. Eggs, jellies and jams, honey, herbs, and garden crafts are also sold. Takes place every Saturday at 8 AM at 21 St between Main St. and Bryan Ave, in North Downtown Bryan.

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Outdoor Community Yoga at the Lake Walk Pavilion

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Grooves on the Green

    Grooves on The Green. Come enjoy live music in the Century Square plaza every weekend! Enjoy a wide range of sounds, from smooth jazz to folk, classic rock to country. Enjoy time with your friends and family, lawn games and tasty eats at Hopdoddy, Blaze Pizza, Piada, Zoës Kitchen, Poppy and PORTERS; it’s fun for the whole family!

    Grooves on The Green is presented by The Eagle. 

    7 PM - 10 PM 

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

  • Free Community Outdoor Yoga

    Free Community Outdoor Yoga at Lake Walk

    Every Saturday Morning at 8AM

    This free community class is open to all age groups and skill level. Hosted by Sol Yoga BCS, bring your friends and family to this fun, interactive yoga class every Saturday morning at 8am at the Lake Walk Pavilion. We ask that you bring your own mat and water.

     After the class, enjoy a complimentary beverage from Campfire Restaurant...just steps away!

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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  • Lake Walk Pumpkin Patch

    Lake Walk has partnered with Habitat for Humanity BCS to bring a pumpkin patch to the area! The pumpkin patch will be open every Tuesday in October at 4 PM. 

    There will be a photo wall opportunity so make sure you tag "@lakewalktx" on social media to be featured on our feeds.

    \\ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BCS\\

    8085 at Traditions - Bryan, TX

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