The Abilene Philharmonic will be performing this weekend in a concert call Virtuosic and Romantic in Abilene. This unique performance will allow you to hear beautiful classical music and also see it.
The Destination Imagination Wylie team is hosting a Bone Marrow Drive, and the initial process to become a donor is easier than you may think...the Wylie team is partnering with delete blood cancer and Dyess Air Force base to raise awareness.
It is not too late to decide to be healthier for 2015. Studio Z is partnering with the Mall of Abilene to host a Get Fit! Fitness Fair on Saturday with Zumba demonstration to dance the pounds away, and physical therpay screenings.
This event may not be as big as the Super Bowl but it's celebrating its 10th annual event called Search For The Stars. The C.H. Hale Prostate Foundation is hosting its annual fundraiser, where all the proceeds go directly towards the we care program and scholarship fund.
What could sweep your significant other off their feet this Valentines day is a cute little pet from the Humane Society.
Battle Home Improvement has a brand new show room that can help you give you ideas on how to re-do your home.
Getting your kids to pick up a book and read it might be more difficult nowadays. Abilene Public Library Main Branch has different activities to motive your kids.
Oldham Lane Church Of Christ wants to make sure the youth are aware of what is right and wrong with their different classes.
The Kiwanis Club is a global organization helping children in the community, and this year The Kiwanis Club is celebrating their 100th year anniversary.
If you ever wanted to learn how to make your own jewelry and sell it attend the class BBF, Beads, Friends and Faith to learn all the details.
Watch the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks for Super Bowl XLIX.
See how the University of Phoenix Stadium set up for the Super Bowl XLIX.
Not watching the game? Get your Super Bowl XLIX updates here on BigCountryHomepage.
Some Super Bowl advertisers have been previewing their ads for days, trying to maximize their multimillion dollar investments.
Families of dozens of Dyess Air Force Airmen welcomed home their loved ones after a six month deployment.