One of my favorite places to take both my boys is the Don Harrington Discovery center. At ages 4 and 7 basically everything on display captures their imagination and it's never a dull moment as they enjoy all that the center has to offer. When I can save money getting in? That just makes me want to do my happy dance. This Friday a lot of parents like myself can do just that. If you never been? Now's a good time to check out this amazing place

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DHDC is bringing back its Discover for a Dollar day Friday the 13th from 5 to 8pm. I'm not really one of those folks who believes in luck but again my wallet believes in savings. They aren't skimping out or cutting down. You get all the same great exhibits plus critter encounters, live science demonstrations and space theatre shows for just a buck. yeah... that's right. one dollar.

There's a Hank The Cowdog reading too

Hank the Cowdog Author, John Erickson will also be onsite to do readings from the book series for children of all ages too in partnership with the folks over at the National  Ranching Heritage Center at Texas Tech. There will even be a free book for the first 50 kids in each timeslot.

So what's the catch?

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The catch is you gotta get those wristbands early, starting today because space is limited. Masks aren't required but suggested. To get your hands on tickets you can visit their website here, give them a call 355-9547 or stop by in person.

12 Photos of Amarillo From the Columbia Space Shuttle

You'll have to squint....but you'll see a few things you'll recognize! Get ready to get a kick out of Amarillo as seen from beyond just a bird's eye point of view!

LOOK: This "Amarillo Pictorial" is an Amazing Collection of Historical Photos!

Wow. Just wow.

Robbi McDaniel Rivers dug up this incredible magazine published in 1931. You'll find the many Amarillo buildings and landmarks that you know and love--they're brand new in these photos!

Enjoy!

Look At All The Pretty Classic Cars

The Polk Street Cruise is a beloved annual event where classic cars of all make and models slink across Downtown Amarillo for a crowd of bystanders to admire. And like many other events across the globe, the Polk Street Cruise skipped 2020 amid Covid-19 restrictions.

But nothing would stop this year's event, not even cloudy skies and rain. Amarillo's renowned Polk Street Cruise was on August, 7, 2021 and had a tremendous turnout. Did we happen to see you there?