• Art Center of Waco’s art camps are geared to be fun and exploratory, yet provide ample opportunity for campers to learn and communicate through all sorts of art media, subjects, techniques, and traditions. Our skilled art teachers and teaching artists look forward to sharing their love of the visual arts with your children in grades (rising) 1st graders through teens, 18 years old!
  • YMCA OF CENTRAL TEXAS is conducting a four-month Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program to help people with high blood pressure monitor and learn to control hypertension. Participants are given a blood pressure monitor, and they record their blood pressure two times a month, they meet with trained YMCA staff twice a month and they attend monthly nutrition seminars. When: The program begins June 7. Office hours vary and will be shared upon registration. Where: The Waco Family YMCA, 6800 Harvey Dr., Waco. Cost: $45 for YMCA members, $55 for non-members. Contact: Crystal Hernandez at 254-776-6612 or to register or for more information. (posted 5/20)
  • TriWaco- TriWaco is back for 2021! We'd like to invite you to be part of this year's TriWaco taking place at Indian Spring Park on Sunday, July 11! There are opportunities to volunteer both Saturday, July 10 during packet pick up and pre-race activities as well as race day on Sunday, July 11. Sign up easily online for the day/time that works best for you -- and don't forget to invite your friends! Contact Ricky Vasquez, 254-757-5611 with questions. Click here to sign up to volunteer.
  • McLennan Community College- MCC is accepting applications for OTA program through July 15. McLennan Community College's Occupation Therapy Assistant program is accepting applications for the Fall 2021 semester. The application is available online at, and the deadline to apply is July 15. For more information, contact Glynnis Gaines at 299-8306 or
  • Waco Chamber of Commerce- Leadership Waco application are now open. The Waco Chamber of Commerce conducts the Leadership Waco program to identify potential community leaders and provide these individuals with information about various facets of our community, which improves the quality of life of area residents. Solutions to community needs demand the active participation of informed citizens. Leadership Waco offers structured learning opportunities in an atmosphere that stimulates creative thinking and encourages participants to work together to utilize both new and proven tools to meet the challenges of today and to prepare for tomorrow.  Participants will expand their impact, ignite their passions, participate in thought provoking and insightful conversations, build relationships and develop their personal and professional leadership skills. Applications are due May 28 and can be found here. (Posted 4/8)
  • Baylor Lifelong Learning- Brad Livingstone, Baylor's First Gent, is launching a new series of courses this April 7th with Baylor's Lifelong Learning. He has shared his passion for World War II in past years, as dedicated professional teaching history at the secondary education level. This is his inaugural course on Vietnam for Lifelong Learning. For more information on joining Lifelong Learning and registering for the course, visit (Posted 3/9)
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