SAN ANGELO, Texas – Many more events will be taking place in San Angelo during the month of February. Here’s a rundown of fun family and adult-only activities in the area.
San Angelo Stock Exchange Fair
The San Angelo Stock Show will continue until the 20th of the month with many events on the agenda. The heifer and angora shows will start tomorrow, February 10. Angora will continue on the 11th. Heifer shows will continue on the 13th. Gilts will start on the 12th and continue until the 13th. Other animals such as longhorn, rabbit, llama and sheep will also be scheduled later in the month. For more information on the 2022 stock exchange fair or to view a detailed schedule, please visit San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo.
Studio Clay Concho
Concho Clay Studio will be hosting their Valentine’s Day Pottery Night on February 11-12 from 6:00 p.m. Invite your partner to a two-hour pottery class that includes clay and tools as well as firing and glazing to help to commemorate your night together. Appetizers and beverages will be provided by Helen’s Bistro and Bakery Chapter 2. Tickets are $125 per couple and can be purchased on the Site of the Museum of Fine Arts of San Angelo. Please contact [email protected]@samfa.org or call 325-653-333 for more information.
Downtown Strong Stroll: Forever Valentine
Join the Downtown Strong Stroll: Forever Valentine on February 10 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Many companies such as The Hive Creative Studio, Casa Decor, The Monk Art Gallery and Wine Bar, Michelle Cuevas Art Studio in the SA Cultural Quartier, Musée des Beaux- San Angelo Artss, and Old Central Firehouse Pizzeria will participate in the walk. Dine, shop and more in downtown San Angelo. Guests are also welcome to join the Trolley Stroll guides, who will provide downtown history and special details about participating sites. The walking guides are sponsored by the Concho Valley Transit District and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. More information about the Downtown Strong Stroll can be found on the Downtown San Angelo website.
San Angelo Railroad Museum
The family can enjoy a fun-filled day on the 2nd Saturday at the Railway Museum from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Join Treasures History with Dr. Michael Powers, Living History tour guides, motorized train rides for kids, a $5 scavenger hunt. and more on February 12. More information about the event and the San Angelo Railroad Museum can be found on the San Angelo Railroad Museum website.
Story time with Joe
Join Old Town Books on Saturdays February 12, 19 and 26 for Story Time with Joe. Joe will read a book for a preschool audience at 11:00 a.m. inside by the fire or outside on the patio. Snacks will be offered to those present. Old Town Books will also broadcast the story live on its Facebook page.
San Angelo Comic-Con
Comic-Con will be at Foster Communication Collesium from February 18-20. Enjoy a few days with the family to participate in costume contests, trading cards, board games, celebrity autograph sessions, celebrity panels and huge vendor selections. Celebrity guests include Christiana Kelly, John Gremillion, Brittney Karbowski, Illuminatikittin and Scarlet Knight. For more information about the event or to purchase tickets, please visit the San Angelo Comic Con website.
Downtown San Angelo: Armstrong and Backus Sheep Unveiling
A new sheep is introduced to the community at Armstrong and Backus on Friday, February 18 at 2:00 p.m. The company sponsored a sheep from downtown San Angelo, Inc. Armstrong and Backus held a contest at the company to decide on the name and design of the new animal. Local artist Ashely Perales teamed up with design winner Marco Padilla to bring the design to life. Michelle Borner won the naming contest, giving the sheep the name “Ba-baa-backus”. There are currently 101 sheep spread across San Angelo, with 12 more on the way. By adding a new sheep to the community, we can continue the traditions and symbolic history of San Angelo.
West Texas Tattoo Convention
The Trufant Bros are teaming up with SIN Ultra Vodka to present the 13th Annual West Texas Tattoo Convention at Foster Communications Coliseum on February 25, 26 and 27. Some of the best tattoo artists from around the world will be at the event. Tickets for the event can be purchased at Stub Wire website.
Rob Schneider: “I’m in Trouble” Tour
Comedian Rob Schneider will perform his “I Have Issues” tour in San Angelo at the eh Elta Joyce Murphey Performance Hall at 7:00 p.m. on February 26. Schneider is a three-time Emmy-nominated writer for SNL and the first actor to ever write, produce, star in, direct, and finance an entire season of a TV show for his Netflix docu-series “Real Rob.” Tickets for the show can be purchased on the San Angelo Performing Arts Center website.