The Navasota ISD Summer Feeding Program continues: Mon – Thurs through June 28 and July 9 – 19 in the Navasota Junior High School Cafeteria. (Closed July 2 – 6). Anyone 18 years old or younger may eat free. Adults: $2.75 Breakfast; $4 Lunch.
- 7:30 – 8:30 am: Breakfast.
- 11 am – 12:30 pm: Lunch
It’s June 19th, JUNETEENTH as it’s known around here, the day in 1865 when a quarter million Texans learned they were as good as everybody else. And in honor of the occasion, Grimes County Offices will close, while Navasota City Offices remain open.
- 5 – 7 pm: Navasota’s House of Miracles, 102 S. 10th St, across from Prosperity Bank, is now open Tuesday evenings for those seeking a place to pray.
- 5:15 – 6:45 pm: “Stories from a Cemetery” will be the topic at this week’s Two River’s History Mixer in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, on the corner of Church Street and McAlpine in Navasota. Bring a friend.
- 5 – 7 pm: The Navasota Grimes County Chamber of Commerce invites you to an Open House to celebrate Martin Marietta‘s new facility at 9514 FM 379 in Navasota. Please RSVP to 936-825-6600.
- 6:30 pm: Find out how your home can benefit from having native plants in your yard at the next meeting of the Brazos Valley Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists in the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, 3232 Briarcrest Drive in Bryan.
- 8 pm: D’ja ever get the feeling your alcohol was drinking you? Come talk it over with others who feel the same at this week’s meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Community Room of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, on the corner of Church Street and McAlpine in Navasota.
Come shop Downtown Navasota this Fourth Friday of June, as local merchants will stay open late to show you their wide array of unique merchandise at incredible bargain prices.
- 7:30 pm: BYOLC (Lawn Chairs) to Downtown Navasota to enjoy the sounds of The Texas 105 Band FREE as the 4th annual Sounds of Summer Concert Series continues outside Navasota City Hall. For details, visit navasotatx.gov/events.
- 10 am – 4:30 pm: H-E-B sponsors a first Juneteenth Heritage Celebration at Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site. Details at wheretexasbecametexas.org
Also . . .
Entries in this year’s FFA and 4-H Creative Arts Competition at the Grimes County Fair are on exhibit all this month in Navasota’s Gallery Downtown, 101 E. Washington Ave, where a party will be thrown for all the artists during this Friday’s Fourth Friday Night festivities.
The Navasota City Pool’s Summer Swim Season is here! Open Swims are from 2 – 8 Thursday through Sunday evenings. $3 person aged 3 and older. Season Passes and Swim Lessons are available online at navasotarecdesk.com or at Navasota City Hall.
Starting June 19th, High Point Elementary School’s Library will be open from 9 to Noon every Tuesday through the end of July (except for July 3rd), with Story Time, Arts and Crafts and refreshments.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History proudly joins more that 2,000 museums across the nation to honor our Active Duty Military Personnel and their families with free admission through September 3rd. Call 979-776-2195, or visit brazosvalleymuseum.org.
The Bedias Library and Museum will conduct a Summer Reading Program from Noon to 5 every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the Summer. For details, call 936-355-0742.
The Navasota ISD Administration and Campus Offices will be open 7:30 to 5 Mondays through Thursdays through August 10th. Offices will be closed every Friday and over the 4th of July Holiday.
Grimes County’s Veteran Services Officer has new hours: You can now meet with Jay Lafferty from 9 am to 2 pm, Mondays through Thursdays at his office in the Road and Bridge Building at 1010 Hwy 90 South in Anderson. For more, call 836-873-4490, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans: If you still want to be of Service, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol needs specialists in I.T., Telecommunications, Mission Support, Management and Program and Sector Enforcement. For details, call Grimes County Veterans Services Officer Jay Lafferty at 936-873-4490.
And the Navasota ISD now offers Platinum Passes admitting resident Senior Citizens (65+) into ALL school sporting events, plays, concerts, shows and exhibits FOR FREE! Drop by the High School or NISD Administrative Office between 8 to 3 any weekday to get yours!