The Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas Cookie Program runs now through Sunday, Feb. 24.
Starting January 8th, the local Taoist Tai Chi Society will be offering classes for those who want to learn what this ancient art is all about.
Here in the Coastal Bend, holiday celebrations wrap-up this Saturday with the annual Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival at the First Christian Church.
Samson is one of the many animals available for adoption from Corpus Christi Animal Care Services.
There is plenty to do around the Coastal Bend this weekend! Here is your Fun Friday Forecast.
The Ben F. McDonald Public Library invites families to celebrate the new year early as they host their “Noon Year’s Eve” Party, Monday, December 31 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at 4044 Greenwood Drive.
Serving up a hot meal on Christmas Day, the event runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Up River Road and Interstate 37.
The Outlets at Corpus Christi Bay is offering gift wrapping service for its customers.
This unique winter festival will be packed with holiday lighting, festive décor, live entertainment, seasonal eateries.
After meeting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, all of the kids received a gift and a book to enjoy over the holiday break.
When the cross is complete, it will be 230 feet tall, the second largest cross in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere.
Those who are looking to add a pet to the family should definitely consider adopting one of the many available from Corpus Christi Animal Care Services.
Whether naughty or nice, you’re or old, near or far, the Millikan’s will reply straight from Santa’s Front Office.
The first 100 kids age 3-12 tonight will get a free $5 Veggie Voucher to spend on fresh, local produce, thanks to NEC Co-op Energy.
According to the Better Business Bureau, some of those free trial offers are deceptive and not what they appear to be.