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  • Live Music. Food. Playground. Concerts.
  • What better way is there to mark a birthday than with a concert featuring the smooth jazz sounds of internationally renowned saxophonist and composer Tom Braxton? Join the Del Mar College Foundation and Dr. Patricia Walter, chair of the Communications, La
    nguages and Reading Department, for the 1988 DMC alumna’s “Double Nickel” Birthday Event on Friday, Feb. 5, for one finger-snapping, fun-filled celebration. The event includes hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, silent auction and door prizes as part of this birthday bash supporting the Del Mar College Scholarship Program. Tickets are $25 online and $30 at the door. Known for his sophisticated sound on the saxophone, Braxton creates an upscale, cabaret-style, legendary supper club ambiance with his superb playing and showmanship. He’s even shared the stage with such artists as Aretha Franklin, Luther Vandross, Philip Bailey, George Duke, Jonathan Butler, Marcus Miller and Sheila E. The artist has appeared on The CBS Morning Show, B.E.T’s Jazz Central, TBS, TNT, ESPN, CNN, NBC’s Inside Stuff, ABC’s Good Morning Texas and more. For more information about Braxton, visit his website at Get tickets online at
  • Del Mar College’s 27th annual Student Art Association Exhibition features a juried display of two- and three-dimensional works by DMC art students. View the talents of students with work displayed in the Fine Arts Center Hallway Gallery between 8 a.m. unt
    il 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on Fridays. This year’s exhibit begins on Friday, April 1, with a free opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on the second floor hallway in the Fine Arts Center. The student exhibition closes Friday, April 29. For more information, call the DMC Art Office at 698-1216.
  • Co-sponsored by Del Mar College’s Social Sciences Department and the Mexican-American Studies Program, Dr. Bryan Stone, DMC professor of history, will present his new book, Memories of Two Generations: A Yiddish Life in Russia and Texas. Dr. Stone will di
    scuss his recently released book, a memoir written by Alexander Gurwitz, who was an Orthodox Jewish Hebrew teacher and kosher butcher in Russia who immigrated to the United States in 1910 to spend the last 37 years of his life in San Antonio. Copies of the book will be available for purchase, and Dr. Stone will hold a book signing after his presentation.
  • With special-effects classes, horror guests and so much more, there’s nothing more bone-chilling imaginable. Morbius Corpus Horror Fest: The Nightmare By The Bay brings horror-themed events, exhibitors, artists, and music to DIE for, June 3-5, 2016 at the
    Emerald Beach Hotel in Corpus Christi, Texas. Witness history as Morbius Corpus and you, legion of all-things horrible attempt to pack as much evil into one hotel as mortally possible. Convention is 18+. Ages 11 – 17 must be accompanied by a ticket purchased guardian. No children under 10 allowed at convention whatsoever. ATTENTION: This is a horror convention containing horror themed content. While not a regular occurrence, violence, gore, strong language, drug references, nudity, etc. may be present in screenings, panels, Q&A’s and elsewhere throughout the event during the course of the convention. Thus the age restriction.
  • Summer Art Camp, Session I, II, and III. $150 per session. Ages 11-16. 9:00am-3:30pm. For more information visit our website at
  • The Ark Gala Eighteenth Annual Fund Raiser and Celebration includes silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, background music, dinner/dessert, live auction, liquor basket raffle and keynote speaker.
  • "Michael Martin Murphey's Cowboy Christmas Concert" Monday December 5, 2016 at 7:30p.m. Reserved-seat tickets $25 & $35 and $7 children and $7 TAMU-CC students with SandDollars ID plus TAMU-CC Faculty Staff discounts with SandDollars ID. Tickets at h
    ttp:// or call (361) 825-ARTS to charge by phone. Part of the Furgason Bravo! Series and generously sponsored in part by Whataburger, Michael Martin Murphey is not only the number one, best-selling singer/songwriter of American Cowboy Music, he's one of the world's most respected singer/songwriters in the Pop and Country-Western field. In May, 1975 Murphey’s story song, "Wildfire," reached No. 1 on the Radio and Records charts, No.3 on Billboard's Pop Chart, and No. 1 on all Adult Contemporary Charts, giving the artist vast commercial exposure. Michael broke ground with an innovative concert concept called "Cowboy Christmas" in 1987 which has become a trademarked touring show and musical concept for him. The tour now spans 40 cities per holiday season, and has led to three Cowboy Christmas albums and a Cowboy Christmas DVD.
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