I love the saying in Alice in Wonderland where it says, "were all mad here". It's a mad world and its time to have fun celebrating the madness with an evening full of fun at the Amarillo Botanical Gardens.
The St. Mary's Cathedral School Carnival is a huge a tradition in Amarillo and if you haven't been, dress the kids in their costumes and make plans to come out and celebrate this Saturday, October 13th. It's fun for the entire family and it has something for everyone.
If you didn't get your fill of delicious BBQ at the Chamber BBQ, you have another opportunity to chow down and have a blast. All you have to to is mark your calendar and get ready to head on down to Canyon for the festivities.
A great way to support our men and women in blue is by stuffing your face with lunch. OK, maybe you don't have to stuff your face, but you can have a great lunch while supporting the Amarillo Police Department.
Fall is a fun time in Amarillo. Football, the fair, the cooler weather and pumpkins. Pumpkins are the mascot of fall and the time is now to celebrate the pumpkin. The Amarillo Botanical Garden has the perfect way to celebrate fall and the pumpkin at PumpkinFest.
When was the last time you grabbed a group of friends or family and spent a night volunteering? Volunteering doesn't have to be boring and when you get a group of friends together you can have fun making a difference.
The Amarillo Tri-State Fair is a tradition in Amarillo. A 95-year tradition. When you go to the fair you know you are going to spend some money. This year a new cashless system is coming to the Tri-State Fair.
The Amarillo Tri-State Fair celebrates their 95th anniversary this year. For 95 years people of the Texas Panhandle and their families have been enjoying the good times and great memories of the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo.