In need of something to do in the coming weeks? Well, we have you covered here are a few things to do this weekend including the Texas Panhandle's Craft Beer Fest!

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    Texas Panhandle's Craft Beer Fest

    Tickets available at all Panhandle Ticket Outlets, including the Civic Center Box office, all United Supermarkets, and of course Market Street.

    This year we will be offering two ticket levels:
    Market Street VIP tickets which include a lot of fun stuff for $100 only 125 VIP tickets will be sold.

    Market Street VIP Tickets include:

    Early entry into the event at 3pm
    Exclusive entry into the Market Street VIP Food & Flavor Lounge
    Catered meal
    Pint Glass
    VIP only craft beers
    Lanyard and VIP Badge
    Dean Boyd Souvenir tasting glass

    General Admission tickets: $35 in advance/$45 day of event.
    General Admission includes the Dean Boyd Souvenir tasting glass while supplies last

    Enjoy Live Music from James Owens, on the Revolver Brewing Stage.

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    Center City is proud to announce that the Create! VIP Party will be the first event in the new Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Amarillo.

    Create! began in 2016 to celebrate the Amarillo Cultural District and raise funds for Center City and the Amarillo Cultural District.

    Create! is a two-part event with a VIP Preview party from 6:30 to 11 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 18 at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Reserved tables for the VIP Preview Party are $2,500. Individual tickets are $75.

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    The 806 Coffee: Ten-Year Extra Vangaza

    It's our TENTH Birthday!
    Join us for BDay Cake & Bake Sale, Silent Art Auction, and Raffles all day!
    Maggie & Wade will be performing live @ 9p, along with a Birthday Roast of The 806!
    THEN join us for the AfterParty @ GLC w/ Deathbelles + Glyphs @ 11p!

    >>>If you or your business would like to donate treats for the Bake Sale, Art for the silent auction, or giftcards & prizes for the raffle drawing, please drop them by any time this week [baked goodies on Saturday]!
    All fundraising goes directly towards buying school supplies for the kids at San Jacinto Elementary School!

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    The last performance of the season is Aug. 19th.

    This internationally-known outdoor musical drama has been performed since 1965 in majestic Palo Duro Canyon State Park. A talented cast reaches into the past to reveal the struggles, strengths, celebrations, burials, and politics of the early settlers, cowboys and Native Americans. The best attended outdoor musical drama in the U.S., TEXAS is performed Tuesday through Sunday from early June through mid-August. Ticket prices range from $12.95 to $30.95 (plus fees; military, group, and senior discounts available), varying with the seat location and date of the show. Child: $12.95 - $26.95 Adult: $16.95 - $30.95

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    Summer Soiree: A Casual Feast

    Please join us August 19th for the our SUMMER SOIREE: A Casual Feast. Spend the evening with Equality Texas featuring a seafood dinner and cocktails at the home of Sarah & David Faulkner. Sponsorship opportunities and early bird tickets available at www.equalitytexas.orgunder take action/attend an event!

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    Food Truck Rally

    Get ready to enjoy an event with the entire family. Food, Fun, Jumping, Live Music and More await you at the Food Truck Rally.

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    Solar Eclipse

    On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totalitycan see one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights - a total solar eclipse. This path, where the moon will completely cover the sun and the sun's tenuous atmosphere - the corona - can be seen, will stretch from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. Observers outside this path will still see a partial solar eclipse where the moon covers part of the sun's disk.


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    The Tri-State Fair and Rodeo is September 15-23 on the Tri-State Fairgrounds in east Amarillo. Four major concerts are planned- Max Stalling on Saturday, September 16; Kimberly Dunn on Thursday, September 21; Moe Bandy on Friday, September 22; and Rick Trevino on Saturday, September 23. Don't forget about the PRCA rodeo September 21-23 and the daily amusement midway, various livestock shows and exhibits and the great food vendors. Gate admission is $10; rides and food are extra. For more information visit the Tri-Sate Fair web site.

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    National Pinot Day

    Bar Z Winery wants to help everyone enjoy National Pinot Noir Day on Friday, August 18. Drop by the winery between 6-9 p.m. for live music, food, wine specials and maybe a spectacular sunset. There is a $10 cover charge. Bar Z is at 19290 FM 1541, just south of Camp Don Harrington. Check out their web site for info on all their events.

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    Amarillo 101

    Applications are being accepted through 11:59 p.m. on August 27 for the next Amarillo 101 class sponsored by the City of Amarillo. This citizens academy gives participants a look into the complexities of running the City of Amarillo. From public safety to trash pickup there are a lot of moving parts within the city. For more information and an application, visit this web site or contact the Public Communications and Community Engagement office at (806) 378-5219.

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