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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 CTX this weekend? 

Here are a few ideas! 

FRIDAY

Heart O' Texas Fair & Rodeo - Waco 
Oct. 6 - Oct. 14

Waco Cultural Arts Fest 
Oct. 6 - 8, Indian Spring Park 

First Friday: Yoga + Whisky Night - Waco 
4 PM - Balcones Distillery

Gather Grand Opening - Waco 
6 PM - Gather Waco

Mayhem at the Mayborn - Waco 
7 PM - Mayborn Museum Complex

Mr. & Mrs. Something - Waco 
8 PM - Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits  

Harper Rye at J Kowboy Wine Bar - Temple 
9 PM - J Kowboy Wine Bar 

SATURDAY

Heart O' Texas Fair & Rodeo - Waco 
Oct. 6 - Oct. 14

Community Fishing Day - Waco 
9 AM - Lake Waco Wetlands

Barktober Fest 2017 - Killeen
10 AM - Lions Club Park 

Dia de Mercado/Market Day - Waco 
10 AM - Centex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Dogtoberfest - Waco 
12 PM - 724 Austin Avenue

Jazzin' for the Cure - Killeen 
6 PM - Killeen Special Events Center

The Jungle Book - Temple 
6:30 PM - McLane Children's Medical Center 

Acoustic Show at Miller's Smokehouse in Belton 
8 PM - Miller's Smokehouse

Belton Ghost Wagon Tour - Belton 
9 PM - Ghost Wagon Tours 

SUNDAY

Heart O' Texas Fair & Rodeo - Waco 
Oct. 6 - Oct. 14

Barbecue Brunch - Waco 
11 AM - Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits

Texans United Flood Relief - Waco 
12 PM - The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill 

Texas Music Flood - Waco 
7 PM - The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill 

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