February 25-28, 2016
NACOGDOCHES FILM FESTIVAL
Film Festival website and info here.
February 28, 2016
A VISIT FROM THE KING (Sun Fall Abbey, Amtgard LARP)
End-reign, kingdom visit, and potluck. Fun for all!
More about Sun Fall Abbey here.
More about Amtgard in general here
March 3-6, 2016
NACOGDOCHES MUSIC FESTIVAL
Website and info here.
April 2, 2016
10th ANNUAL SPRING FLING, (a project of Nacogdoches Farmers Market)
Want to have a booth? All sorts of booth spaces are available, including vending, activities, projects, info booths for your organization, all sorts of things. Contact Buckley right now to request your space and get more info, before they are all gone. Contact: email@example.com
Spring Fling flier here
May 21, 2016
SPRING BREW FEST 2016 (hosted by Nac Brew Club)
Advance registration & membership is required, so sign up soon.
Brew Club site here.
Spring Brew Fest page here.
NACOGDOCHES FOOD FOREST (a project of Resilient Nacogdoches)
Now scheduling appointments for family yards and community spaces to be planted with food plants to help build community while reducing food insecurity. Contact: NacFoodForest@gmail.com
Food Forest Flier here.
DATE: October 17, 2015
TIME: 10 – 2
The Durst-Taylor house is easy to find, right on North Street, near downtown.
Help chink the smokehouse
Here’s the Facebook link
It’s that time of the year again – the azaleas are already blooming on University Drive and spring is in the air!
Check out the Nacogdoches Azalea Festival main site here.
More info at the Nacogdoches Events Calendar.
“The Noah Project” will host a free seminar about Christian prepping on February 7, 2015. When we look around the world, or even close to home, it’s easy to feel helpless with wars and other crimes raging out of control, natural weather events getting increasingly extreme and the moral fiber of many continuing to fray. There’s a lot you personally can do, though, to help prepare you, your family, your neighborhood and your wider community for troubled times ahead.
Please see event details here.
Geeks, Games & Gadgets . . . . right here this summer!
July 17, 18, 19
According to their website, the “GGG” is a family fun event featuring your favorite highlights from comic conventions, man expo, and the great Kid Escape! GGG boasts a big game room, table gaming room, main event room, kid space and outdoor patio. We plan to fill every square foot of our space with entertainment YOU will be interested in meeting, seeing, participating in and joining along with us!”
GGG main website here.
What was the City doing in 1910? Now you can know! The East Texas Research Center (ETRC) will be hosting a reception on January 15 (Thursday) from 3-5 p.m. to share historic Nacogdoches documents. This event is free and open to the public. The ETRC is located on the second floor of the Steen Library on SFA campus.
Other recent collections that have been digitized and are now available online are the minutes of the Nacogdoches Board of Alderman meetings from 1851 to 1877 and the minutes of the Nacogdoches City meetings from 1910 to 1923.
For more info, contact the ETRC at 936-468-4100.
View more events at the Nacogdoches Events Calendar.
The date for Spring Fling at the Nacogdoches Farmers Market has been announced already so be sure to get that on your calendar and plan to attend. This is a great family-friendly event, with even more vendors than usual, plus a special children’s area, (often with petting zoo) and special music and special everything. It’s a fun time!
More info will be posted at the Farmers Market main site as it becomes available.
Check here for more info.
More info here and at the Nacogdoches Events Calendar.
The Sugar Cane event is happening this morning at the Durst Taylor house, 304 North Street, in Nacogdoches. The mules will be turning the crank to press the cane into syrup in the traditional way, plus you can purchase a delicious pancake breakfast! Enjoy!
Durst Taylor house info here.
Shangriladoches is happy to encourage everyone to help keep our local economy strong by celebrating Small Business Saturday on November 29th.
Here’s a link with more about this great event – click here.
Shop local, Shop Nac First! (they have a site, too, here it is.)
Let us know about your small business, or that of a friend, and we will list them here.
Not every “small business” is located in the downtown area, after all . . . . we’d love to hear from you all.
Email your business info to admin@shangriladoches or tell us at Facebook right here.
Celebrate Diversity, Celebrate Community at the rally event planned for Saturday, November 8th in downtown Nacogdoches.
Bring a friend (or several) and meet a lot of new ones as a group gathers to help spread the word about one of the most positive aspects of the Nacogdoches community – diversity. Through many, one, and let’s stand up and speak out for a positive, welcoming, and vibrant community where everyone feels welcome.
3:30 at the Courthouse, bring your own positive-message sign as the group will spread out through downtown and on North Street & Main Streets to show our support.
5:00 (ish) – Walk to Eugenia Stern Park for a candle-light (or candle-app) vigil, with time for special speakers Dr. Paul Sandul, Reverend Leonard Sweat and Joanna Lovejoy and others.
Refreshments are not planned, so please feel welcome to bring your own snacks to stay refreshed during the event. (no alcohol, please).
Family-friendly, pets on leash, all that good stuff.
For final details and other info, please find the rally on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/376530815845638/
See more Events in the area at the Nacogdoches Events Calendar here.