Not only does Brazos County Realty take care of your housing needs in the College Station Real Estate Market,we keep you informed of upcoming events in and around the Brazos Valley. Below is a list of a few things to do in September. Visit our website for College Station homes for sale, as well as College Station Real Estate rentals. Active properties currently for sale in the Bryan College Station, TX area.
- Every Saturday 8 a.m. to Noon –
- 500 N Main Downtown Bryan
Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion
- Now through January 6, 2019
- Bush library and Museum
- The exhibit celebrates the life of Leonardo da Vinci, a well-known painter, sculptor, musician, architect, engineer and anatomist. The exhibit includes life-sized and fully operational machines based on Leonardo’s original designs. Visitors may touch and set them in motion, combining a fascinating hands-on experience with an exploration of the principles he employed to create each machine.
Queen Theatre September Movie Schedule
- September movies are on sale now! All tickets are $5. Kids 10 and under receive free popcorn with their ticket. Visit www.queenbryantx.com for a complete list of movies and to purchase tickets.
100th Anniversary of WWI (Chappell Hill)
- Into the Raging Storm: Texas and Washington County in the Great War
- May 12-Nov 14, 2018
- Experience the story of the fighting men and women of Washington County, who left Central Texas for the war-torn trenches and battlefields of France. They stood up to gas, artillery, disease, and even bad food… and returned to Texas to tell the tale. The Brenham Heritage Museum and the Chappell Hill Historical Society Museum have partnered to bring this multi-media and interactive experience to Texans young and old.
- Chappell Hill Historical Society Museum
Living History Saturday – Washington on the Brazos
- 09/15/2018 – 12/15/2018
- 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
- Travel back in time to where a nation was born in 1836. On the third Saturday of each month, staff and volunteers dress in period… Learn More>>
Washington County Fair (Brenham, TX)
- September 14-22
- Oldest County Fair in Texas. Shows, Rodeos, Music and Fun. Nashville entertainment, carnival, crafts, food, livestock and poultry auctions, commercial exhibits and attractions. Activities and entrance fees vary by day – view the schedule online.
- Thursday September 20th
- 6:30-8:00 pm
- Indulge in a rustic tabletop s’mores station ideal for backyard parties, indoor gatherings, family nights or any reason to savor the traditional campfire dessert. In this workshop, our skilled Store Associate will show you how to measure, mark, cut, stain and assemble a station with dividers to display your s’moregasbord of ingredients and roast your marshmallows above food-safe Sterno® flames. For more information, contact Home Depot at 979-595-1188.
Movies by the Pond: “Despicable Me 2”
- Sept. 21, 2018
- 7 p.m.
- Bush Library and Museum Grounds
- Bring your blankets and lawn chairs as we enjoy this film under the stars. Games and free refreshments (while supplies last) will begin at 7 p.m., and the movie will start just after sundown. You may bring your coolers, but please no pets or glass containers.
- Sept. 22, 2018
- 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
- Museum Day brings together museums, zoos & cultural centers from all 50 states to offer free admission to select museums. It represents a national commitment to access, equality and inclusion. This year, Museum Day will showcase Women Making History: Trailblazers in the arts, sciences, innovation & culture.
- Sept. 23
- Texas Wendish Heritage Museum Complex GIDDINGS, Texas
- Admission is free.
- The 30th annual Wendish Fest celebrates the unique Wendish culture in Texas. A traditional Wendish meal of sausage, sauerkraut, homemade Wendish noodles, green beans, beets, peaches, and homemade bread will be served, and a snack booth is available.
- Activities include polka music, a Wendish celebration of Ptaĉi Kwas (Bird Wedding), a coffee cake bakeoff, demonstrations of noodle-making, sausage-stuffing, weaving, knitting, Wendish Easter egg decorating, and more.
- Children’s activities include barrel train rides, coloring contest, stick horse races, corn shelling, and Klettern Pfosten (greased pole climbing). On-site Christmas and Easter markets will offer items from Germany and Wendish culture.
- Sept. 23
- India House HOUSTON, Texas
- This festival is centered around a jerk seasoning cook-off competition. Thousands gather for Caribbean food, arts and crafts, and a major reggae concert.
- September 28 – 30, 2018
- Downtown Bryan
- Entry to Festival is Free. Purchase tickets for food and drink packages: HERE.
- A celebration of two major industries in Texas: beef and wine! Visit the Texas Reds Festive Website for more information.
4th Friday: Downtown after Dark–Downtown Navasota
- September 28th
- 5:00 pm – 9:00 on
- Enjoy an evening in Historic Downtown Navasota every 4th Friday of the month with street shows, music, shopping, food trucks, and so much more.
2018 Day out with Thomas the Train
- September 28-30
- Burnet Community Center
- Admission: $24/person (2 yrs. & older)
- 25 minute train ride behind Thomas the Tank Engine
- All day admission to the Day Out with Thomas Events at Burnet Community Center
- Free Parking is located on two blocks next to the event on the corner of Boundary St. and Jackson St. From Austin/Georgetown, on Hwy 29, turn left onto Boundary St. From Llano, on Hwy 29 turn right onto Boundary St. Jackson Street is two blocks from Hwy 29.
- Saturdays and Sundays and Thanksgiving Friday
- September 29th – November 25th
- 9 am – 8 pm
- 21778 FM 1774; Todd Mission, TX
- Themed Weekends with 20 stages of live entertainment of all kinds, including clowns, jugglers, musicians, magicians, dancers, acrobats, comedians and jousters.
- Over 500 shops featuring the works of master craftspeople, artists, artisans, jewelers, potters, blacksmiths, leather smiths, and clothiers, as well as merchants offering unique items from around the world
- Varied and unique food offerings. From Turkey Legs and things on a stick to foods from many lands & cultures including Greek, German, Spanish, French/Cajun, Polish, Asian, Italian, traditional English as well as pub food and hamburgers.
Southern Fried Murder – Navasota Theatre Alliance
- 9/28-9/30, 10/5-10/7, 10/11-10/14
- Thurs, Fri & Sat performances start at 7 & Sunday Matinees are at 2
- Tickets: $7/$12/$14