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"Working on the Railroad"

Sept. 8-11

Railway Museum of San Angelo, 703 S. Chadbourne St.

Experience a historical play about the life and work of Arthur Stilwell, the railroad magnate of San Angelo. Enjoy champagne and heavy appetizers under the stars on the platform following the performance.

sanangelorailway.org

Cowboy Gathering

Sept. 9-10

First Financial Pavilion, 50 E. 43rd St.

Celebrate the cowboy way of life at this two-day traditional country and Western swing music festival. Fifteen bands perform over the weekend, including Jake Hooker and the Outsiders, Jody Nix and the Texas Cowboys, Jeff Woolsey and the Dancehall Kings, Darrell McCall, and Tony Booth. Auctions and raffles benefit the San Angelo House of Faith charity. There's also a cowboy church service, concessions, and vendors.

sanangelocowboygathering.com

Second Saturday

Sept. 10

Railway Museum of San Angelo, 703 S. Chadbourne St.

The museum’s kid-sized, motorized train chugs around the grounds. There are living history tours, vendor booths, food trucks, and a new treasure hunt to help people discover the depot’s secrets.

sanangelorailway.org/second-satturday

Paintbrush Alley Market Days

Sept. 17

Paintbrush Alley and Pop Art Museum, 33 W. Twohig Ave.

Live music, food, and vendors make Paintbrush Alley and the Pop Art Museum come alive and showcase why San Angelo was named the Visual Arts Capital of Texas.

artinuncommonplaces.com

Concho Valley Archaeology Fair

Sept. 17

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St.

Dozens of booths and stations offer programs and hands-on activities. The program covers historic and prehistoric cultures that have called the Concho Valley home over the past five centuries.

fortconcho.com

"True Texas II: Folk and Traditional Arts from the Concho Valley to the Rio Grande"

Sept. 22-Nov. 27

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St.

In this exhibit, 22 craftsmen are featured from 9 of the 18 counties that make up the Concho Valley Region. Be they forged or fired, etched or stitched, crocheted or woven, many of the handworked craft forms featured here have been an integral part of the folkways of the region since those first early settlers arrived.

samfa.org

Faculty Biennial Exhibition

Sept. 22-Nov. 27

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St.

Come view works by faculty members of Angelo State University's Art Department.

samfa.org

Second Saturday

Oct. 8

Railway Museum of San Angelo, 703 S. Chadbourne St.

The museum’s kid-sized, motorized train chugs around the grounds. There are living history tours, vendor booths, food trucks, and a new treasure hunt to help people discover the depot’s secrets.

sanangelorailway.org/second-satturday

Scare Station at the Railway Museum

Oct. 13-15, 20-22, 27-29, 31

Railway Museum of San Angelo, 703 S. Chadbourne St.

There are places on Earth where the veil between the living and the dead has grown thin. In San Angelo, there is such a place: a train station that has stood for over 100 years. Once it shuttled people to new lives, now it transports the dead to the hereafter. This Halloween season, venture into this station at your own risk.

sanangelorailway.org

Halloween Night Tours

Oct. 14, 22, 29

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St.

Fort Concho invites you to join along for a spook-tacular haunted house in the Quartermaster. Children under 6 are free, however they need to be with an adult at all times.

fortconcho.com

En Plein Air Texas

Oct. 21-29

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts , 1 Love St.

"En plein air" is the French term for painting out in the open air. At the ninth annual En Plein Air Texas, visitors can watch over the shoulders of professional artists as they paint their interpretations of the Concho Valley area, ask questions, attend the free talks and demos, eat lunch with an artist, and take home a moment in time painted by one of the artists.

enpleinairtexas.com

Downtown Stroll Trick-or-Treat

Oct. 27

Downtown San Angelo, 24 W. Concho Ave.

Local businesses hand out treats to those who come dressed in Halloween costumes.

downtownsanangelo.com

Día de Los Muertos

Oct. 28-29

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St.

Celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with the San Angelo Hispanic Heritage Museum and Cultural Center along the Concho Riverwalk and on the Riverstage. There is a community altar, 5K and 1-mile runs, a car show, music, vendors, and a Catrina (Mexican skull face painting) contest.

sanangelohispanicheritage.org

Murder Mystery at Fort Concho

Nov. 4-5

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St.

Modeled after the board game “Clue,” a murder at Fort Concho gives you the opportunity to play detective for a night. Listen to the suspects’ alibis, search for clues, and help Miss Terri Salva solve the whodunit. Come alone or come as a group.

fortconcho.com

Santa's Santa Fe Christmas

Nov. 26

Railway Museum of San Angelo, 703 S. Chadbourne St.

Santa Claus is coming to town by train. Stick around for free photo opportunities next to Santa. Guests can partake in shopping a variety of vendor booths, and various food trucks are on site selling their delicious entrees.

sanangelorailway.org

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