July 26th

Royal Street Art Walk

Salado, Texas

Every 4th Friday, Royal Street in Salado Texas hosts a fun event full of music, art, food, and more. By bringing together local galleries, you can see showcases of all different kinds of art all in one place as you walk down Royal Street. You can see the wide selection of works from glass to jewelry, clay, and more. With food and live entertainment on hand, it's a great way to spend the evening.

July 23rd - 26th

STEAM Exploration Camp

Bell County Museum

If you are looking for a great way to keep your kids engaged with learning while still having a great time out of school this summer, check out the STEAM Exploration Camp at the Bell County Museum. A four-day camp where attendees can get hands-on experience with fun science, engineering, and tech activities. Space is limited so be sure you sign up soon.

July 4th

H-E-B 4th of July All American Family Fun Fest 

Miller Park - Temple, Texas

Summer is in full swing as the 4th of July approaches! There are few better ways to celebrate Independence Day than being outdoors with some friends. But what would the 4th be without fireworks? If you are looking a magnificent fireworks display, head to Miller Park for the H-E-B 4th of July All American Family Fun Fest. Live music, kids activities, food, and of course, fireworks!

July 2nd

July Field Trip: Texas Storm Chasers 

Mayborn Science Theater - Killeen, Texas

Have you ever wondered what storm chaser has to say about severe weather safety? Join The Texas Storm Chasers at the Mayborn Science Theater as they host Chelsea Burnett, a storm chaser with the Texas Storm Chasers. She will be delivering an informative talk on severe weather safety and tips on how to get involved in the community when it comes to weather-related topics.

July 20th & 27th

Salado Legends

Tablerock of Salado - Salado, Texas

Step back in time at Tablerock's Goodnight Amphitheater in Salado Texas as they put on a performance of a local favorite - "Salado Legends". This musical is recognized by the Library of Congress for its depiction of the music and traditions of life in the 1850s. During a live performance of Salado Legends, you can watch history come to life in a fun and engaging way. If you are interested in attending, you will need to get a spot fast as reservations are limited.