CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Calendar of Events

Thursday, March 03, 2016

How to Get a Job Using Social Media

To get a job is never a easy task. But it has been seen that most of the passed out students, even the experienced professionals are still following the old rules of searching a job and landing an interview.

Friday, March 04, 2016

Battle of the Banners hosted by Lansharx Gaming Center

It's a weekend of gaming tournaments! League of Legends 5v5, Black Ops III, Smash 4, CS:GO, Mortal Kombat, Hearthstone, and Street Fighter V. For more info give us a call at 254-759-8884

Sunday, March 06, 2016

March Free Sunday

The Mayborn Museum Complex offers free admission the first Sunday of every month. Our Free Sunday Program continues on March 6, 2016 thanks to the support of our sponsor Raising Cane’s. For more information, call 254-710-1110.

Monday, March 07, 2016

Spring Break at the Mayborn Museum

Join us during Spring Break for activities and events in the Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11 from 1pm to 3pm. Daily themed activities will include games and chores, planting and grinding, candle making, farm animals and carriage rides. Disney’s Toy Story will be playing in the museum theater at 11am and 3pm each weekday, and Mr. Potato Head will make appearances at 10:30am and 2:30pm each weekday. All activities are included with regular admission, and some activities subject to weather related cancelation. Please call (254) 710-1104 for more information.

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

iOS App Development Training

This is a online course is to gain fundamental understanding of iOS App Development. The aim is to gain understanding of iOS which is a operating system for apple phones. The tutorials will help you learn iOS Development, Introduction to Apple Ecosystem, Object Oriented Programming Concepts, Xcode and Simulator, Sample Applications, Ivar and Methods, Understanding UI and MVC Pattern, Getting to Know UI in Detail and much more.

March 8th Waco Knitters & Crocheters meetup

Waco Knitters & Crocheters and other fiber artisans will have a meetup. All skill levels and all ages welcome. Free.

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Ten Key Elements of B2B Marketing

Business-to- business (B2B) is now a frequently used term in industry although it does not have any direct impact on the common man. When a business develops a product or service to be sold to consumers, it is called Business-to-Consumer (B2C). However, for a product to reach the consumer, a company has to depend on raw materials and semi-finished goods to produce them. This in turn may be produced by a small or medium sized company who sells products only to other businesses. For more information regarding this course you can visit our website: https://www.educba.com/ten-key-elements-b2b-marketing/

Friday, March 11, 2016

Zooniversity Animal Show

Special guest performers entertain the whole family! For more information: Call 750-8621 or visit wacolibrary.org

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Spring Break Roundup at Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum

ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12, THE TEXAS RANGER HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM WILL HOST ITS ANNUAL SPRING BREAK ROUND UP EVENT. THIS COME AND GO EVENT WILL SHOWCASE A 19TH CENTURY TEXAS RANGER CAMP SCENE, COURTESY OF THE TEXAS TOP GUNS. VISITORS WILL ALSO GET TO ENJOY A PRESENTATION BY AN ACTIVE-DUTY TEXAS RANGER. THE EVENT WILL RUN FROM 10 A.M. UNTIL 2 P.M., AND IS INCLUDED WITH A REGULAR ADMISSION TICKET. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.TEXASRANGER.ORG.

Relay for Life

RELAY FOR LIFE TAKES PLACE SATURDAY, MARCH 12 FROM 6 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT AT THE BAYLOR STUDENT TAILGATE (1601 MLK, JR. BLVD.). THERE’S STILL TIME TO GRAB A TEAM AND JOIN THE FUN -- ALL FOR A GREAT CAUSE. THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE IS THE WORLD’S LARGEST, MOST IMPACTFUL FUNDRAISING EVENT TO END CANCER. TO SIGN UP OR TO LEARN MORE, VISIT THE RELAY FOR LIFE OF MCLENNAN COUNTY FACEBOOK PAGE, OR CALL 254-644-0371.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Spring Forward for Amphibians Event at the Zoo

SPRING FORWARD FOR AMPHIBIANS: SUNDAY, MARCH 13 MARKS THE DAY WE SPRING FORWARD, SETTING OUR CLOCKS AHEAD FOR DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME. IT IS ALSO THE DAY THAT YOU CAN SPRING FORWARD TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AMPHIBIANS. HOP ON OVER TO CAMERON PARK ZOO FROM 11 A.M.TO 2 P.M.AND ENJOY SOME “FROG-FOCUSED” ACTIVITIES THAT HIGHLIGHT THE PLIGHT OF AMPHIBIANS WORLDWIDE.

Monday, March 14, 2016

Save a Spider Day at the Zoo

SAVE A SPIDER DAY: ON MONDAY, MARCH 14 FROM 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M., COME LEARN FROM KEEPERS ALL ABOUT THESE CREEPY CRAWLIES AND WHY THEY’RE SO IMPORTANT IN OUR WORLD.

CHEERLEADING CAMP March 14th -April 30th

Are you looking to learn new cheer skills, or polish your current skill set? Then CenTex Pee Wee Cheer Camp (CPF) is the perfect fit for you! CenTex Pee Wee Camp is open to individuals, and groups Instruction provided will focus on cheers, sidelines, dances, jumps, stunts and drills. This is a great opportunity for new cheerleaders and experienced cheerleaders to come together and create new memories along with new friends Day Camp focus are for cheerleaders and building memories.

7 on 7 FOOTBALL CAMP March 14th-April 30th

This non-contact camp is geared towards the fundamental skills of the game – from the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. The unique 7 on 7 nature of the camp allows for an increased amount of individual instruction that is appropriate to each camper’s age and skill level. Campers spend the morning rotating through different groups of skill positions (quarterback, running back, receiver, linebacker, defensive back) learning the fundamentals of each position through drills and reinforcing fun competitions. On the weekends campers can put their skills to the test against their competition. Games are carefully controlled and refereed – allowing our coaches to pause games to instruct and encourage our campers.

Spring Break at the Mayborn Museum

Join us during Spring Break for activities and events in the Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village Monday, March 14 through Friday, March 18 from 1pm to 3pm. Daily themed activities will include games and chores, planting and grinding, candle making, farm animals and carriage rides. Disney’s Toy Story will be playing in the museum theater at 11am and 3pm each weekday, and Mr. Potato Head will make appearances at 10:30am and 2:30pm each weekday. All activities are included with regular admission, and some activities subject to weather related cancelation. Please call (254) 710-1104 for more information.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell, From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Thursday, March 17, 2016

March 17th Knit @ Nite

Bring your projects and join us for a short demo, socialization and working on your knit/crochet project(s). All welcome.

It's Easy Being Green Event at the Zoo

IT’S EASY BEING GREEN: FROM 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY (THURSDAY, MARCH 17) CAMERON PARK ZOO WILL BE CELEBRATING CONSERVATION AND “BEING GREEN.” COME TO THE ZOO AND ENJOY CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES THAT FOCUS ON ANIMALS, THE ENVIRONMENT AND HOW TO CONSERVE OUR GREEN SPACES. THE ZOO SPONSORS THIS DAY TO EMPHASIZE THE NEED TO RECYCLE WHAT WE CAN AND CUT DOWN ON WASTE.

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Friday, March 18, 2016

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Cookies and Coloring- Georgia O'Keefe

Cookies & Coloring is a fun, brief lesson about a famous artist followed by an art project! Cookies are provided, the art lesson is geared toward children 4-11 years, but all ages are welcome. Come enjoy an art project, free cookies, and learn about modern art with us this semester!

Saturday, March 19, 2016

South 40 Outdoor Expo

Friday night Kicks-Off the event with Brett Hendrix on stage at 7pm. Saturday and Sunday enjoy the BBQ Cook Off, Car Show, Kids Area, Vendors and Weight In.

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

4th Annual South 40 Outdoor Expo

The 4th annual South 40 Outdoor Expo presented by FunTown RV will be held on March 19-20, 2016 at the Extraco Events Center in Waco. Saturday activities will include the South 40 Trail Fishing Championship Semi-Finals weigh-in presented by Texas Farm Bureau and the South 40 BBQ cook-off presented by Slovacek’s. Sunday’s events include the South 40 Showdown Car Show and the Championship weigh-in for the South 40 Trail. Other attractions open both Saturday and Sunday include the Waco Motorsports ATV Test Track, rock climbing wall, fishing demonstrations and seminars and more! Exhibitors for the event include RV, boat, motorcycle, outdoor gear, golf carts and much more. Exhibitors and Cabela’s Kids Country will be open from 10 am - 6 pm on Saturday and 11 am – 5 pm on Sunday. For more information or sign up to be an exhibitor or BBQ team, visit our website at www.south40outdoorexpo.com. EXPO PARKING AND ADMISSION ARE FREE. Proceeds benefit the Heart of Texas Fair & Rodeo Scholarship Fund.

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Scrabble Club

Are you great with words? Join us to learn how to play or show off your impressive vocabulary! For ages 7-18 Cost: Free For more information: Call 750-5941 or visit wacolibrary.org

Overnight Gaming Lock-In

Join us for our monthly overnight gaming lock-in. You can play Xbox Ones, PS4s, WiiUs, 360s, PCs, pool, and air hockey all night long! The price is $25 and includes free pizza. For more info give us a call at 254-759-8884.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Baylor University Theatre Presents: Moon Over Buffalo

Directed by Nick Hoenshell. From the mind of Ken Ludwig (writer of Lend me a Tenor) comes Moon Over Buffalo, a play that centers on husband and wife acting team George and Charlotte Hay, two fading stars of the 1950's. In an attempt to keep their careers afloat, the couple is producing two plays simultaneously: Noel Coward's Private Lives and Cyrano de Bergerac. Suddenly, George receives word that Hollywood director Frank Capra may be coming to see a matinee performance, giving them one last chance at fame! That is, of course, if they can remember what play they are doing. In short, everything that could go wrong does in this side-splitting, backstage farce full of romance, swordplay, prosthetic noses, and plenty of doors. Call Baylor Theatre box office for tickets: (254) 710-1865

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

FREE Tutoring

Tutoring for grades K–8 is offered at the library. Bring your homework for a little extra help! Cost: Free For more information: Call 750-5941 or visit wacolibrary.org

Cookies + Coloring - Keith Haring

Cookies & Coloring is a fun, brief lesson about a famous artist followed by an art project! Cookies are provided, the art lesson is geared toward children 4-11 years, but all ages are welcome. Come enjoy an art project, free cookies, and learn about modern art with us this semester! Feel free to call if you have questions (254)752-4371

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

FREE Tutoring

Tutoring for grades K–8 is offered at the library. Bring your homework for a little extra help! Cost: Free For more information: Call 750-5941 or visit wacolibrary.org

Thursday, March 24, 2016

March 24th Waco Knitters & Crocheters Meetup

Knitters and crocheters of all skill levels are invited to join us for a short demonstration, socialization and some knitting/crocheting with people of like interests.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Cookies + Coloring - Andy Warhol

Cookies & Coloring is a fun, brief lesson about a famous artist followed by an art project! Cookies are provided, the art lesson is geared toward children 4-11 years, but all ages are welcome. Come enjoy an art project, free cookies, and learn about modern art with us this semester! Feel free to call if you have questions (254)752-4371

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Scrabble Club

Are you great with words? Join us to learn how to play or show off your impressive vocabulary! For ages 7-18 Cost: Free For more information: Call 750-5941 or visit wacolibrary.org