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The Aledo First Friday free summer concert series concludes for 2015 on Friday, Aug. 7.
Musical entertainment will be provided by Sophie Clark and the Southern Heritage Band.
Events are held in the downtown Aledo area from 6-9 p.m.
Among the other family-friendly entertainment will be water slides, craft vendors, a treasure dig, train rides, petting zoo, chalk art and a Photo Lobby booth.
The event is sponsored by the city of Aledo, Aledo Economic Development Corp. as well as participating businesses.
The Aledo City Council and Aledo Economic Development Corporation announce the First Friday events at the Aledo Church of Christ grounds June 5 and Aug. 7 to promote Aledo’s businesses. Events start at 6 p.m. and run through 9 p.m. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m
Parker County’s own Katie Keenie will make a return appearance June 5 at 6:30 p.m. Stay for the Fireworks Extravaganza to launch First Fridays with an elaborate fireworks show that will be visible for miles.
Musical entertainment for the Aug. 7 event will be Parker County's own Sophie Clark and the Southern Heritage Band.
“First Fridays will be a fun time for all,” said Mayor Kit Marshall. “It’s a great community event which supports our very own Aledo businesses.”
The Kelly Miller Circus is returning to Aledo for two performances Saturday, March 14 at 2 and 5 p.m. at Bearcat Park.
Advance tickets are $12 for adults (12 and up), $6 for children (2-11) and free for children under two. Prices are $16 and $8 at the gate.
Tickets are available at city hall, East Parker County Library, Brookshire’s InterBank and the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce.
It’s almost chili time at the Aledo Community Center.
And regardless of the weather Saturday, Jan. 24, their will be friendly warmth inside as the community gathers – as it has since 1973 – to have an old-fashioned reunion, eat some great varieties of homemade chili, and raise funds for the operation of the center.
The event gets underway at 5 p.m. for the chili supper and silent auction of baked goods. It lasts until 8 p.m., or until the visiting is done and cleanup is completed.
The Aledo Economic Development Corp. sponsors the event.
Tickets, at just $5 apiece for adults and $3 for children younger than 8, can be purchased at Aledo City Hall and the East Parker County Library. And it’s all you can eat.
Christmas Tyme in downtown Aledo is Saturday, Dec. 6 from 5-9 p.m. with the 37th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair going on inside the Aledo Community Center from 10 a.m-8 p.m.
Join in for an entertaining evening of wagon rides, free snow hill (with real snow), local shopping, food trucks, Holy Grounds will be serving yummy coffee at 10 percent off for those wearing a Santa hat or ugly Christmas sweater through their drive through. Write Letters to Santa at the East Parker County Library and send them off. Free Photo Lobby photo booth, Tree of Bells, Toys for Tots drop off, live entertainment, live reindeer, petting zoo, outdoor movie, and Santa will arrive at 6 p.m. for a free photo opportunity.
Aledo’s next (and last) First Friday Event for 2014 will be Aug. 1 to celebrate the end of summer.
Activities begin at 6 p.m. at the Aledo Church of Christ, 201 FM 1187 South.
Katy Keenie will be the featured band for the free concert series and will be joined by Aledo graduate Summer Richman.
Shopping , food trucks, water slides, native animal exhibit, dino dig and the third annual watermelon eating contest are planned.
Summer 2014 kicks off June 6 with the 4th annual First Fridays Summer Concert Series in historic downtown Aledo. Join the City of Aledo and Aledo Economic Development Corp. for family fun and fireworks from 6-10 p.m. First Fridays have become an Aledo tradition, bringing awareness to Aledo’s small businesses and promoting a sense of community.
Recognized in the Fort Worth Magazine as one of the “Best Places to Live,” Aledo is family oriented and business friendly. The First Friday Events allow for just that, family fun for all ages as well as a unique shopping experience.
Attendees can enjoy a Fireworks Extravaganza, Show & Shine Car Show and Summer Fun Festival. Shop downtown Aledo merchants, many vendors and artisans with exclusive collections. Restaurants will be open, which includes a free live music concert series beginning with Sophie Clark and The Southern Heritage Band in June followed by local artist Katy Keenie.
For more information, or to submit a vendor application, visit www.aledo-texas.com or email Lori Wedge-worth, Community Events Planner at lori.wedgeworth@aledo-texas.
The City of Aledo and the Aledo Economic Development Corporation announce the Annual Chili Super and Silent Auction benefiting the Aledo Community Center Saturday, January 25 from 5-8 p.m. at the Aledo Community Center, 104 Robinson Court (across the street from City Hall).
Tickets may be purchased at Aledo City Hall, the East Parker County Library or the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce. Adult tickets are $5, children 8 and under $3.
This fun-filled community tradition began in 1973 as a celebration of the completion of the tennis and basketball courts. Each year the chili super has grown and will continue to benefit the Aledo Community Center, its maintenance and continuing renovations.
Silent auction items have been donated from local businesses, artisans, craftsmen, and culinary pastry makers in the East Parker County area.
For more information, call Lori Wedgeworth, Community Events Planner, at (817) 441– 7016 or email email@example.com.
Sat, 12/07/2013 - 10:00am - 8:00pm
Coupled with Christmas Tyme in Aledo is the 36th annual Arts & Crafts Fair.
Local merchants will set up shop from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Aledo
Tables may still be reserved through Dec. 2, but are available on a limited basis. Call the City of Aledo at 817-441-7016 to reserve a spot.
Sat, 12/07/2013 - 5:00pm - 9:00pm
The City of Aledo will host the 13th annual Christmas Tyme in Aledo from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, in Historic Downtown Aledo. The event will feature holiday staples such as Christmas characters, hot chocolate and treats, live performances and horse-drawn carriage rides. Santa will arrive at the time of the Christmas tree lighting, 6 p.m., at the Community Center.