Ian Moore – CAC Texas Music Series

Saturday, June 9th, 2016, CenTexFun.com presented the legendary Ian Moore in concert at Temple's Cultural Activities...

Schoepfs ’18 – Week 7 – Jarrod Birmingham

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Miller Springs Nature Center Reopens

Temple Parks & Recreation in conjunction with the City of Belton Parks & Recreation and the...

CenTex Events

  • Shipwrecked VBS

    June 18 - June 21

    At Shipwrecked VBS, kids will discover how Jesus rescues us through life’s storms. Shipwrecked is filled with incredible Bible-learning experiences kids see, hear, touch, and even taste! Our VBS is open to children 4 years ...

  • Christ Church Episcopal Vacation Bible School

    June 18 - June 22

    Children 4 years old through 5th grade are invited to join VBS 2018.  Email info@christchurchtemple.org or message us if older children are interested in helping out or adults are interested in volunteering! 9a-noon - re...

  • Vacation Bible School

    June 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    We cannot wait to have the you join the team and learn as we go through God’s playbook everyday, June 18-22 from 9:00am-12:00pm. We are currently registering all participants (children who are CURRENTLY in Pre-K through 5th...

Texas Local Scene

  • Ian Moore – CAC Texas Music Series
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    Saturday, June 9th, 2016, CenTexFun.com presented the legendary Ian Moore in concert at Temple's Cultural Activities Center.  Here's a photo wrap-up of the evening's performance. " order_by="sortorder" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"]...
  • Summer Concert Season Kicks Off With a Bang
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    The concert scene in the Temple/Belton area was unofficially kicked off with a series of outstanding shows this weekend and CenTexFun.com was there for all of it. On Thursday night, Ronnie and Staci Schoepf began their 10th year of music...
  • Billy Joe Shaver Inspires at the CAC
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    Temple's Cultural Activities Center has had its share of moments over the last few years.  A moving Jack Ingram performance.  Bob Schneider and the Moonlight Orchestra.  Even J.D Souther less than a month ago. On Saturday night, a visibly tired...

CenTex Videos

  • CenTexFun.com’s Top 10 Videos of 2017
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    If it's live music, CenTexFun.com is on the scene.  And quite often we're there catching it all in living color.  So let's review the Top 10 most viewed CenTexFun.com performance videos of 2017.   We kick off the countdown at #10...
  • Cory Morrow Closes Out Schoepf’s 2017 Season
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    Cory Morrow played the final show of the 2017 Schoepf's Free Texas Music Series and didn't leave anyone sitting in their seats.  If you missed the show, here's a few videos from the night's performance...
  • Charlie Robison on stage at Schoepf’s
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    Charlie Robison played on a hot summer night at Schoepf's and turned the temperature up  a notch.  CenTexFun.com was there to capture it. ...

Like a Local

  • SophistiKatz Bead Emporium – Salado
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    From the watercolor paintings Texas artists hang on the walls of Salado shops to the blown glass creations born in hot workshops just off the main drag to the culinary offerings of the area chefs, creativity flows through the town like Salado Creek on...
  • A Day In The Life: Alpacas & Dana Peak
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    My daughters share my adventuring spirit.  Haley (15) and Taylor (10) have grown up exploring Central Texas and learned to walk, and eventually run, on the trails of Miller Springs. Taylor always reminds me that "adventure begins when the paved...
  • Delivery apps making Central Texans “app-y”!
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    Construction of the first electronic computer, the ENIAC ( short for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator), took place from 1943-1946 and cost about $487,000. The computer weighed over 30 tons and took up 1800 square feet of space. Fast forward...