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on June 16, 11am-11pm June 17 and 12-
7pm June 18. Admission is $10 for ages
16 and older, $5 for ages 3-15, and ages
2 and younger will be admitted for free.
Held at Kempner Park, 2704 Avenue O.
BBQ Fundraiser and Silent Auction:
6-10pm. The Galveston Island Beach
Patrol is holding its 20th annual
fundraiser benefiting the Galveston
Lifeguarding Association. There will
be live music, a cash bar and silent
auction. BBQ diners are $15 each and are
available at the door. Held outside of The
Pressbox, 2401 Postoffice. 409.763.4769
Arts and Crafts Outdoor Market:
4pm. An outdoor arts and crafts festival
featured handmade and locally created
products. Look for the tents along the
sidewalk on 23rd Street from Strand to
Market and along Mechanic between
22nd and 23rd. Cancelled in cases of
heavy rain or high wind. For more details
Out & About |
event planner
Father’s Day Brunch at Hotel Galvez:
A complimentary glass of Galveston
Island Brewing’s TIKI Wheat craft beer
will be offered to dads with Sunday
Brunch on Father’s Day. Forget about
the tie this year. Sunday Brunch is
$42.99 for adults, $37.99 for seniors,
$26.99 for children (6-11) and children
under 6 are complimentary. Held at
the Hotel Galvez & Spa, 2024 Seawall.
Advance reservations are required. For
reservations call 409.765.7721.
Galveston Family Beach Challenge:
11am-5pm. The Galveston Park Board
is hosting a series of Family Beach
Challenges that will continue throughout
the summer. Families are invited to go
head to head in a series of competitions
including giant Jenga, sack races and
more – all to win some fantastic prizes.
These events are free to the public and
structured for groups of four people.
The family with the most points at the
end of the day will receive a $500 gift
card, plus tickets to island attractions.
Held at Stewart Beach, 201 Seawall
Blvd. To register in advance, visit
“Clear to Partly Crazy”:
2pm & 8pm.
Announcing the premiere of Jaston
Williams in his new one-man show,
where he holds forth on subjects all
Texans understand: cheerleading,
tornadoes and certifiably insane
blood relatives. Travel with him from
grandstands, to storm cellars to the
occasional mental institution, laughing all
the way. Two shows. Held at The Grand
1894 Opera House, 2020 Postoffice St.
800.821.1894 or
Vince Gill:
7:30pm. One of the most
popular and most recorded singers of the
past quarter century, superstar Vince Gill
has become the measure of excellence
in country music. His vocal performances
are spellbinding, his songwriting
emotionally powerful and his guitar-
playing world-class. Held at The Grand
1894 Opera House, 2020 Postoffice.
800.821.1894 or
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