One of the best things about the summer months is we get outside and do a lot more. I feel that fall sometimes gets a bad wrap. We still do things outdoors but the events change. We get cold while we are out at football games and other outdoor stuff.
In a year that has had more downs than ups it is nice to have something that is able to happen. We have had many events have to cancel. We have had others that decided to postpone until a later date. Some events have been able to find a way to go on.
The Potter County Courthouse has been the location for High Noon on the Square for years and years. In fact they celebrated their 25th year last summer. To say it has been a mainstay for many here in Amarillo would be an understatement.
We all know that the graduates this year have encountered an interesting school year. They have all missed out on a regular graduations. They have been able to have virtual graduations that started with them at a location social distancing. Amarillo is trying to do all they can to make the Class of 2020 feel special.
It's time to get Jazzy with Center City of Amarillo, every Tuesday night in October . It's an evening of wonderful Jazz on the grounds of the Bivins Mansion, which is home to the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce and Center City of Amarill at 10th and Polk.
Center City of Amarillo is participating in a program with the National Main Street Center and they are needing your help. If you have a few minutes take this survey about what you would like to see in Downtown Amarillo.
An Amarillo tradition is back for its 24th year! When the summer rolls around so does this fun event that will break up your Wednesday workday monotony. Food, Music, and the outdoors will make your Wednesday perfect.