Weekend roundup: Area events include home and garden show, live music and more | Entertainment

Spot events this weekend involve a dwelling and back garden display at the Bell County Expo Centre, a tummy dancing exhibit in Salado, reside audio and additional.

The Temple Location Builders Association’s annual property and backyard present will consider put this weekend at the Bell County Expo Heart, 301 W. Loop 121 in Belton.

The exhibit provides 100,000 square toes of reveals and sellers with the newest in products and solutions for everything from homebuilders, contractors, remodelers, making materials, decks, pools, spas, entertainment devices, landscape style and design, kitchenware and far more.

Demonstrate several hours are 6-9 p.m. Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.

As portion of the show, the Bell County Learn Gardener group will host various facts periods on Saturday. Jerry Lewis will focus on spring vegetable gardening at 11 a.m. at midday, Pam Dragoo will give a presentation on “Bokashi composting” Glenn Melton and Teri Marceau will current “Composting 101” at 1 p.m. Wayne Schirner will communicate on composting and temperature matters at 2 p.m. and at 3 p.m., Charles Newsom will communicate on the subject matter of fireplace ants.

SPJST will keep a vehicle clearly show in conjunction with the home and backyard present. The auto show will get spot inside the exposition making. The show is open up to vehicles from all would make, types and many years. For info or to sign up as a participant check out spjst.org/car-demonstrate or call  254-534-0807.

Wildlife images exhibit

The Bell County Museum has a new exhibit out there to the general public. “Wild Concentrate: 20-five Years of Texas Parks & Wildlife Pictures,” is on screen by way of June and capabilities 35 photographs from local images legend Earl Nottingham.

“Earl Nottingham has served the persons of Bell County and the point out of Texas for decades. His images opens our eyes to the organic wonders, historic destinations, and people today that make our condition unique and excellent,” Bell County Museum Government Director Coleman Hampton stated. “We are honored to be amongst the businesses to exhibit Mr. Nottingham’s do the job and hope anyone has a likelihood to take a look at.”

Nottingham grew up in Temple and served as chief photographer for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Section for 25 years. His images of Texas landscapes, mother nature, wildlife and persons inform the story of the point out and its untamed all-natural habitats. “Wild Focus” was lately printed by Texas A&M University Press as a compilation of Nottingham’s work as Texas’s preeminent nature photographer.

The museum is found at 201 N. Main St. in Belton. Hours of procedure are Tuesday by way of Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Museum entry and obtain to the exhibit are absolutely free and open to the public. For info phone 254-933-5243.

Gospel drama ‘Prodigal’ at UMHB

UMHB’s Association of Black Students will host a gospel play by KZAmore Enterprises, a religion-dependent enterprise, titled “Prodigal.” There will be two performances, one on Friday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m., and then once again on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 3 p.m. in the Baugh Efficiency Hall in the Sue & Frank Mayborn Doing Arts Heart, 810 N. Primary St. in Belton.

Barrow Brewing Co., 108 Royal St. in Salado, will host a tummy dancing exhibit 6 p.m. Friday.

The party will aspect five dancers from Texas, together with Salado’s own Bridget Genevieve.

In addition to Genevieve, other performers will contain Jeanette, Bahia, Saqra and Rania. Each individual performer has their individual fashion and will provide a thing particular to the demonstrate. Jeanette melds American stylings with Egyptian. Bahia is a leader of the Texas tummy dance neighborhood with more than 20 years experience in the sector. Saqra is an award-profitable performer and instructor. Rania is a total-blooded Egyptian born and elevated in the U.S. and utilizes tummy dancing to reconnect with her culture. Genevieve, who began dancing at 12, has moves that can be explained as contemporary Egyptian with a exciting and flirty aptitude.

Corkys Wine and Beer, found at 13 S. Next St. in downtown Temple, will keep a comedy showcase 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $15-$25 and the showcased performers consist of Mike Hudak, Charlie Mac, Aaron Seroussi and headliner Roderick McDaniel.

Trevor Helt will accomplish 6 p.m. Friday and Beth Lee & The Breakups will execute 6 p.m. Saturday at Fireplace Street Pizza, 10310 FM 439 in Belton.

Anna Larson will conduct 6 p.m. Saturday and Jared Johnson will carry out 4 p.m. Sunday at Barrow Brewing Co., 108 Royal St. in Salado.

Craig Howell and Someplace in Texas will execute 8 p.m. Friday and Texas Double Shot will complete 9 p.m. Saturday at Bo’s Barn Dancehall, 4984 FM 93 in Temple.

Wade Ralston will carry out 8 p.m. Friday at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7425 W. Adams Ave. in Temple.

The Brazos Brothers will perform 6 p.m. Saturday at Kissing Tree Vineyards, 109 W. Third St. in Bruceville-Eddy.

Kyle Mathis will conduct an acoustic established 2 p.m. Saturday at 3 Texans Winery and Vineyard, 7536 FM 2409 in Temple.

Academy band booster baked potato meal

The Academy ISD band boosters will keep a baked potato supper 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday at Academy Center School, 501 E. Major St. in Minor River-Academy. The food prices $10.  

Knights of Columbus Council No. 7197 fish fry

The Knights of Columbus Council No. 7197 of St. Luke Catholic Church, 2807 Oakdale Push in Temple, will maintain a fish fry 5-7 p.m. Friday at the parish hall.

Plates expense $12 each individual and consist of grilled fish and sides. Patrons could travel via or dine in.

Proceeds will support Knights of Columbus provider initiatives.

Knights of Columbus Council No. 3444 fish fry

The Knights of Columbus Council No. 3444, together with KJT Society No. 114, will keep a fish fry 5-7 p.m. Friday at the KC corridor, found at 2218 W. Ave. D in Temple.

Plates price $12 each individual and incorporate two boneless fish fillets, 3 sides and a consume (baked fish also will be offered). A child’s plate, which features one fillet, prices $7. Desserts will be out there for obtain. To-go plates will be available.

Proceeds from the fish fry will benefit St. Mary’s Catholic School.

The Buckholts Volunteer Fireplace Office will keep a washpot stew evening meal cooked by the Junek family members from 11 a.m. until bought out Sunday at the fireplace station, 201 Sixth St. in Buckholts.

Plates cost $12 each individual and include things like stew, cornbread, dessert and a drink. Patrons may possibly dine in or get plates to go.

Proceeds from the meal will aid assist the hearth division.

The Close friends of the Belton General public Library is slated to host its 17th once-a-year E-book and Writer Luncheon and Silent Auction from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, at the Belton Church of Christ, 3003 N. Primary St. in Belton.

This 12 months, 3 authors and writers with ties to the Central Texas neighborhood will be honored: award-successful Temple Daily Telegram reporter Patricia Benoit, who writes the newspaper’s Backroads columns Stephen Harrigan, who wrote the novel “Gates of the Alamo” and Carolyn Osborn, who wrote the memoir “Durations.”

For data or to sign-up take a look at FriendsBeltonLibrary.org. Proceeds from the celebration benefit the Lena Armstrong Public Library.  

Mid-winter utilised book sale

The Buddies of the Temple General public Library will host a mid-winter season made use of reserve sale Wednesday, March 2, by way of Friday, March 5, at the library, 100 W. Adams Ave. in Temple.

Sale hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, March 3-4 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 5.

Objects for sale consist of publications, audio guides, CDs, DVDs and much more, with most things expenditures $1-$2 every single. For details speak to the library at 254-298-5556.

Submission rules: Activities and fundraisers may be submitted no cost of demand by emailing dwelling@tdtnews. com. All goods are thanks by midday Monday.