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Here's what to do in CTX this weekend!

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CENTRAL TEXAS (KXXV) -

Are you looking for something to do in Central Texas this weekend? Here are a few ideas! 

FRIDAY

ABOG at Fuzzy's Taco - Waco 
7 PM - Fuzzy's Taco Shop

Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' - Temple 
7:30 PM - Temple Civic Theatre

Live Music - Scott Taylor - Killeen 
8 PM - Stillhouse Wine Room

Mike Ryan @ The Backyard - Waco 
10 PM - The Backyard

SATURDAY

Breakfast Fall Festival - Killeen 
9 AM - Chick-fil-A Killeen 

Family Flow & Glow - Killeen 
11 AM - Yoga8 

First Responder Appreciation Day - Waco 
11 AM - Harley-Davidson of Waco 

2nd Annual Fall Festival - Killeen 
11 AM - Long Branch Park 

35 Years on the Chisolm Trail - Temple 
6 PM - Cultural Activities Center 

Out of the Darkness Community Walk - Waco 
6 PM - Brazos Park East 

Temple Snack and Sketch - Temple 
6:30 PM - Peggy's Coffee House 

Chad Prather's Star Spangled Banter Comedy Show - Waco 
8 PM - Waco Hippodrome 

I Love the 90's Adult Skate Night - Killeen 
12 AM - Skate Palace

SUNDAY

Annual Fest-of-All - Killeen 
10 AM - St. Joseph Church 

"Awesome Toy Collector Show" - Killeen 
10 AM - Killeen Civic & Conference Center

Designer Purse Bingo - Killeen 
2 PM - Killeen Civic & Conference Center 

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