Looking for things to do in and around Midland this spring? We’ve got you. Check out these three upcoming events.
Aphasia Awareness Concert (May 7)
They will rock you! In an event sponsored by Aphasia Center of West Texas, Queen tribute band Queen Nation is set to take the stage TONIGHT (May 7) at the Midland County Horseshoe Arena. Queen Nation will be performing hits from the iconic British rock band to help raise awareness for people coping with aphasia. General admission is free, and donations are welcome. You can also show your support virtually by live streaming the show. Visit Aphasia Center’s website for more information.
Paranormal Cirque (May 13-23)
Frights and delights await at Paranormal Cirque! Pairing theater, cabaret, and traditional circus acts, this traveling show promises to deliver spectacular feats, illusions, and more, with a horror-inspired twist. The event will take place at Ector County Coliseum in Odessa. Get your tickets online. Note that this circus is geared toward adult audiences. Minors must be accompanied by a guardian and guests under 13 are not permitted.
Baby & Toddler Storytimes (Recurring Events)
If you have a little one in your life, the Midland County Centennial Library has plenty of storytime events planned for infants and toddlers. Baby Storytime Lapsit (for ages 0-2) and Toddler Storytime (for ages 2-6) offers children time to listen to stories, sing songs, and have some fun.
For more on local events and tips for around the home, visit the Sundance Creek blog.