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After Hours Artwalk

Sept. 1

Downtown

Artists and musicians are invited to share their talent with the community during the After Hours Artwalk. Downtown businesses stay open late for shopping and dining. It is an evening full of great energy, community, and support for artists and local businesses.

downtownwf.com/after-hours-artwalk

"Beauty and the Beast"

Sept. 9-10, 16-18, 23-25, 30; Oct. 1

The Wichita Theatre, 919 Indiana Ave.

See the Broadway musical based on the classic fairy tale and animated film, with fantastical costumes and sets and entertainment for the entire family.

wichitatheatre.com

"Cindy Williams: Me, Myself, and Shirley"

Sept. 13

The Wichita Theatre, 919 Indiana Ave

Best known for her iconic role as Shirley Feeney in the hit television series "Laverne and Shirley," Cindy Williams is a versatile actress and comedian who overcame a challenging childhood to pursue her love of acting and found stardom. Williams shares her memories and hilarious backstage tales, covering a lifetime in entertainment.

wichitatheatre.com

"Jersey Tenors"

Sept. 20

The Wichita Theatre, 919 Indiana Ave.

The newest opera/rock mash-up sensation creates an explosive blend of the most iconic opera classics alongside such rock 'n' roll industry greats as Queen, Journey, Elton John, and Billy Joel to name but a few. 

wichitatheatre.com

Mystery Art Fest Exhibit and Auction

Oct. 1-20

Kemp Center for the Art, 1300 Lamar St.

Mystery Art is an annual exhibit and auction of works by local and regional artists of all levels. Artwork is donated by the artist and their name is hidden and becomes a mystery. On the first day of the exhibit artwork is judged and awards are given. Artwork is displayed in the NorthLight Gallery for three weeks and then auctioned throughout the event with a final auction night celebration.

artscouncilwf.org/mystery-art

"Wait Until Dark"

Oct. 7-8, 13-15, 20-22

Backdoor Theatre , 501 Indiana Ave.

In this suspensful thriller, Susan Hendrix, a blind woman, is imperiled by a trio of men in her own apartment. As the climax builds, Susan discovers that her blindness just might be the key to her escape, but she and her tormentors must wait until dark to play out this classic thriller’s chilling conclusion.  

backdoortheatre.org

Buddy Walk

Oct. 8

Garnett Field at McNiel Junior High, 4712 Barnett Road

Bring the family out to unite for a common cause and raise funds for The Arc of Wichita County and Play for All Community Playground at the 2022 Wichita Falls Buddy Walk. Whether you have Down syndrome, know someone who does, or just want to show your support, take the first step and donate or register today. Enjoy bounce houses, food trucks, music, prizes, carnival games, raffle drawings, and other activities.

ds-stride.org/wichitafallsbuddywalk

Mad Hatter Tea Party

Oct. 8

Kell House Museum, 900 Bluff St.

Wear your wildest clothes and join in the fun of an interactive showing of the tea party scene from the classic "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll. Learn about Victorian tea customs while snacking on punch and cake and discover historic lawn games such as croquet. Enjoy a morning the way the Kell children might have over 100 years ago.

kellhouseheritagecenter.org

Haunted Tours

Oct. 21-22, 28-29

Kell House Museum, 900 Bluff St.

This is not your typical haunted house. Tour the 113-year-old historic house museum after dark and see for yourself if it is haunted.

kellhouseheritagecenter.org

Falls Jam

Oct. 22

Multi-Purpose Events Center, 1000 Fifth St.

The second annual Falls Jam, presented by Herb Easley Motors, is a day full of top-notch musical talent—all to benefit the mission of Big Country Veterans.

wfmpec.com

Not-So-Scary Halloween

Oct. 28

River Bend Nature Center, 2200 Third St.

The 16th annual Not-So-Scary Halloween is a great way for kids to enjoy the treats of Halloween without the tricks. There's a costume contest, music, tasty food, cool games, fun crafts, a cakewalk, pumpkin decorating, candy, and a Flashlight Fun Trail through the United Children's Garden. DJ Marcus “Maniac” McGee is emceeing throughout the night, and the Ruby N. Priddy Butterfly and Nature Conservatory is open for you to enjoy.

riverbendnaturecenter.org

"Clue the Musical"

Oct. 28-Nov. 26

The Wichita Theatre, 919 Indiana Ave.

The internationally popular game staged as a fun-filled musical brings the world’s best-known suspects to life and invites the audience to help solve the mystery of who killed Mr. Boddy, in what room, and with what weapon. This dinner theater event features an opportunity for audience engagement, comic antics, and surprise twists.

wichitatheatre.com

Jack o' Lantern Jubilee

Oct. 29

Kell House Museum, 900 Bluff St.

Bring the family and enjoy fall-themed actvities on the Kell House grounds. Decorate a pumpkin, play games, participate in a scavenger hunt, and snap some fall pictures.

kellhouseheritagecenter.org

Christmas Magic

Nov. 3-6

Multi-Purpose Events Center, 1000 Fifth St.

This fundraising event features vendors from around the country and includes clothing boutiques, one-of-a-kind crafted gifts, collectibles, Christmas décor, repurposed items, and a world of food to eat.

wfmpec.com

Steve Trevino

Nov. 4

Multi-Purpose Events Center, 1000 Fifth St.

He’s fluent in wife, loves beer and barbecue, and is “America’s Favorite Husband.” Comedian Steve Treviño shares hilarious observations on fatherhood, husband-hood, and modern life-hood.

wfmpec.com

The Best Christmas Pageant

Nov. 18-19, 25-26; Dec. 2-3, 8-10

Backdoor Theatre , 501 Indiana Ave.

See the comedic family musical about the worst kids in the history of the world,  the Herdmans, crashing Sunday school and demanding parts in the Christmas pageant. The whole town panics and soon everyone is calling for director Grace to fire the Herdmans. Grace and the reverend help their community see the Christmas story (and the Herdman kids) through new eyes in this musical adaptation of the funny and touching holiday classic.

backdoortheatre.org

"A Christmas Story: the Musical"

Nov. 18-Dec. 17

The Wichita Theatre, 919 Indiana Ave.

This musical brings the holiday classic "A Christmas Story" to life. The story takes place in the 1940s in Indiana and focuses on a child named Ralphie, who wants a Red Ryder BB Gun for Christmas.

wichitatheatre.com

Fantasy of Lights

Nov. 21-Dec. 26

Midwestern State University, 3410 Taft Blvd.

The Midwestern State University-Burns Fantasy of Lights is one of the largest holiday displays of its kind in the region, providing a festive holiday atmosphere on campus and a focal point for holiday activities in North Texas.

fol.msutexas.edu

ElectriCritters: A Lighted Christmas Display

Nov. 25-Dec. 23

River Bend Nature Center, 2200 Third St.

With the flip of a switch, more than 60,000 lights on more than 200 lighted displays glitter and sparkle, bringing with it the sights and sounds of the season. ElectriCritters is a fundraiser for River Bend Nature Center and directly supports River Bend’s hands-on natural science education and outreach programs for children and adults.

riverbendnaturecenter.org

Carriage Rides

Nov. 25-Dec. 24

The Forum, 2120 Speedway Ave.

Take a tour of the Christmas light displays through a beautiful country club neighborhood while riding in a magically decorated carriage.

ptlcarriages.com

Santa House

Nov. 30-Dec. 9

Kell House Museum, 900 Bluff St.

Santa and company invite you for a visit to their Texas home for the holidays. Santa’s elves guide visitors of all ages through a magical Christmas wonderland, including the original play “The Magical Rocking Horse, Part I,” a visit with Santa himself, a stop in Mrs. Claus’ kitchen for a cookie, and then step into Santa’s workshop to make an ornament to take home.

kellhouseheritagecenter.org

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