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Weekend Events Around Paris

 

Dylan’s Drivers provides a safe and reliable service within Lamar County, Texas, by providing free, non-judgemental, confidential rides to individuals who are rendered incapable of or lack access to safe transportation. Their hours of operations are Thursday be from 10:00 pm to 12:00 am, Friday and Saturday nights from 10:00 pm until 3:00 am. Call 903.905.4959

Adopt a pet today- give a dog or cat a forever home! Head over to the Paris Animal Shelter or look for the Lamar County Humane Association in front of Petco on Saturdays. And if you have a pet, have them spayed or neutered.

Farmers and Artisan Market – Market Square Paris Saturday 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

The musical “Oliver” presented by Paris Community Theatre happening the weekends of September 29 and October 5. Showtimes and information at pct onstage dot com.

Chicota VFD is having their Annual Burger and Dogs Night at the Chicota Community Center Saturday night from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Door prizes for kids and adults plus a live auction. Donations accepted at the door!

Lamar County plans to host a final rural tire collection event on Saturday, September 30, from 8:00 am thru noon at the Precinct Three County Barn in Sumner, Texas, which is located behind the Sumner Methodist Church off of Highway 79. Everyone in Lamar County is invited to participate, except commercial tire dealers.

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Annual Red River Valley Fair runs through Saturday, September 30 with exhibits in the Community Exhibit Center and outside areas. Lots of food, fun, and entertainment.

Lamar & Red River County Crime Stoppers Bed Races Saturday, September 30 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Compete against friends and colleagues in a fun and creative race to beat all races. Jump in on the fun and help “Put Crime to Bed” in Lamar and Red River Counties. Banks vs Banks – Churches vs Churches – Schools vs Schools. Challenges and Bragging Rights Available For All. Website: http://www.785TIPS.com FAMILY FUN AND PRIZES!

The Paris Church of God invites you to help celebrate their one-hundredth anniversary. Starting with special services on Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30 at 7:00 pm. Then a special a message and dedication by presiding bishop Dr. Tim Hill Sunday, October 1 at 10:30 am. Come and celebrate this historical event. The Paris Church of God One Hundredth Anniversary Celebration. For more information visit paris C..O..G. dot com. paris C..O..G. dot com.

The Honey Grove Chamber Of Commerce Invites You To The Annual Davy Crockett Festival. Saturday, September 30. This Year Is Going To Be Bigger And Better, With The Pancake Breakfast Starting At 7:00 am And 5k Run At 8:00 am. Then All Day Around The Square You Have The Mutt Strut, On The Street Performers, More Live Music, And Many More Vendors With Special Deals. All Happening In Downtown Honey Grove. More To See And Do At The Annual Davy Crockett Festival. Saturday, September 30. Fun For The Whole Family.

The Valley of the Caddo Museum & Cultural Center proudly presents, “Journey Stories” a traveling exhibit organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Our nation’s history is a patchwork of many stories, woven over time from the voyages of people—voluntary and involuntary—who traveled to build new lives state-to-state, across the continent, and from around the world.

No matter the country of origin or reason for coming here, from our earliest days, Americans have been intensely mobile, and we still are. Travel over roads, rails, rivers, and trails—even the skies—have shaped our cultural and economic landscape. In many ways, our Journey Stories define us.

Exhibition dates are Friday, September 29 through Saturday, November 11. Valley of the Caddo Museum is located at 1115 Bonham Street, Paris, Texas. Hours are 10:00 am until 4:00 pm every Friday and Saturday except major holidays. Admission is free but donations are appreciated.