October 11, 2015 –
Hidalgo City & Pavilion
Join us for this free public festival hosted by the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Filled with live music, great food, and fun games for the whole family, this local gathering is a great to spend a Sunday afternoon at the park.
Church festival at the park! Live entertainment and fun games for the family!
October 17, 2015 –
1000 volunteers are needed to plant20,000 seedlings of 32 species of plants at the Ranchito Tract of the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife refuge. Please bring your own shovel, work clothes, gloves and sunscreen. Food and refreshments will be provided. Volunteers will plant tree and shrub seedlings on 25 acres of refuge land. This will restore valuable wildlife habitat.
October 23, 2015 –
2nd annual cook off for the Harvest Christian Academy 4h club. We do this benefit to help raise funds for the kids.
October 27, 2015 –
Hello, I work at the Starr County Industrial Foundation in Rio Grande City. I was wondering if you could help me out by getting this to your website and also maybe your facebook. We are helping the historical foundation with this event and wanted to see if there was a way you can help us promote it.
Contact: 956.487.2709 / 956.735.1035
The Starr County Historical Foundation (SCHF) presents
(Rio Grande City, October 6, 2015) As part of its annual October commemoration of lost souls and all things supernatural La Borde House will host a free screening of Alejandro Dominguez’s (The Dead Explorer) documentary Lost Souls of La Borde House.
The Dead Explorer and crew documented and investigated La Borde House, one of the most haunted places in Texas! The film will show that with each moment the intensity rises as investigators are physically contacted by unseen forces, culminating with the voice of a ghost girl being caught on tape.
That evening the SCHF, an advocate for promoting the arts in Starr County, will also screen the winners of its Short Film Competition, which focused on capturing historical sites in Starr County.
About Alejandro Dominguez, The Dead Explorer:
Alejandro Dominguez is a well-known and experienced paranormal investigator who travels to the most haunted places in the United States in search of answers of the unexplained. He hosts and directs “Dead Explorer” one of the premier paranormal web series. His personality and passion for his work has garnered the shows over 25,000 subscribers.
After the screenings there will be music by Jay Muniz and sampling of local food, specialty drinks and coffees provided Rio Brewing Co., Pollo Palenque in RGC and Che’s Mexican Cuisine.
Attached is flyer with event details. Pleas make sure and join us for this fun, first of its kind event in Starr County.
For more information about the SCHF and La Borde House, please visit www.labordehouse.com