Belton Senior Center Country Dance
June 1, Shorty Grisham and Friends
June 15, Luau with Out of the Blue
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Bring a small food item for the snack table.
June 26, Potluck dinner, Denim and Diamonds line dance group performing
842 Mitchell St., Belton
Call 254-778-4751 for more information.
From Swords to Plowshares: Metal Trench Art from World War 1
June 1 through Aug. 12
Admission is free
This exhibit features more than 160 pieces of metal trench art, educational panels, and period photographs. Trench art is a form of brass art that finds its origins in the trenches of World War I. During the war, some soldiers used periods of inactivity to create art from artillery shells, bullets, aircraft parts, coin currency and more. The art ranges from primitive artillery shells to elaborately made lamps. This art form spread to the civilian sector in wartime, and eventually into World War II. Trench art from the following countries will be exhibited: United States, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Germany, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium and Czechoslovakia.
Bell County Museum, 201 N. Main St., Belton, open 12 to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday.
Visit www.bellcountymuseum.org or call 254-933-5243 for more information.
7th Annual Harker Heights Farmers Market
Saturdays through Oct. 28
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Come shop with us every Saturday for local produce and honey, baked goods, herbs and more.
The market is run by Harker Heights Parks & Recreation.
Seton Medical Center Harker Heights
850 W. CenTex Expressway
Call 254-953-5493 or visit http://bit.ly/HHFarmersMarket for more information.
Tablerock presents: “Much Ado about Nothing”
Concessions: 6:30 p.m.
Show: 7:30 p.m.
$10 adults, $5 students, $3 12 and under
Concessions are separate
Tablerock Amphitheater, Royal Street, Salado
Teen Pool Party
June 9, 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Carl Levin Park Pool
400 Miller’s Crossing, Harker Heights
Come join the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department and Stewart C. Meyer Public Library for a night at the Carl Levin Outdoor Pool. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of eating snacks and swimming while listening to DJ music. Teen pool party is open to ages 12 to 17. All participants will be required to pay gate admission rates. Call 254-953-5466 or visit http://bit.ly/Heightsevents for more information.
Film & Food Fridays
June 16, 8 to 10:30 p.m.
Enjoy a family-friendly movie shown on an inflatable screen and enjoy a taste of local vendors’ food creations while letting the “good times reel.”
Don’t forget your lawn chair and blanket.
Carl Levin Park Amphitheater
400 Miller’s Crossing, Harker Heights.
Call 254-953-5466 or visit http://bit.ly/heightsevents for more information.
Movies in the Park
“The Secret Lives of Pets”
June 17, 6:30 p.m. festivities begin
Movie starts at sundown
Bring your blankets and chairs to enjoy the outdoors and a free family-friendly movie.
1919 N. First St., Temple
Call 254-298-5440 or visit templeparks.com for more information.
6 to 8 p.m.
Bring your family and friends to watch as you show off your best tricks. There will be music, food and friendly competition. The “Best Trick” competition will be broken up in two different age groups: 15 and under; 16 and up.
Call 254-298-5474 for more information.
Temple Skate Park
Miller Park, 1919 N. First St.
Hot Summer Sounds Free Concert Series
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
June 2 –Toni Ringgold & The Sophisticated Soul
June 9 – Sloppy Joe Band
June 16 – Anjelique & The Sweet City Band
June 23 – Billy Hold Band
June 30 – Uptown Drive
Bring your blankets, chairs and picnics. Enjoy an evening of music with friends and family.
Call 254-298-5440, or visit templeparks.com for more information.
Food Truck Frenzy
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Main Street Market
Downtown City Square
120 W. Central Ave., Temple
Call 254-298-5378 or visit discovertemple.com for more information
The Central Texas Film Society presents “Singing in the Rain”
June 25, 2 p.m.
The CTFS is showing free classic and best-loved films one Sunday every month.
These are movies everyone should see at least once. A guest speaker will provide historical context and interesting tidbits about the featured film. Bring your family and friends to enjoy this great movie on a big screen. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and participate in discussions.
Cultural Activities Center
3011 N. Third St., Temple
Call 254-773-9926 for more information.
Temple Farmers Market
Every Tuesday and Thursday
7 a.m. to noon
Support your local farmers market and shop local. The market is every Tuesday and Thursday through the summer.
West Temple Park
121 Montpark Road, off West Adams behind Temple Fire Station No. 7
Call Mary Coppin at 254-778-2104 for more information.