July

1 Show some school pride and represent for a cause Saturday morning. The Talking Trash Trilogy will pit Robert E. Lee, Ross S. Sterling and Goose Creek Memorial high schools against one another in the cleanup effort. Teams will accept furniture, appliances, scrap metal, remodeling, debris, junk and trash from 8 a.m. until noon Saturday. Do not bring brush, shingles, oil, paint, batteries, bricks, concrete or chemicals. Drop-off locations are the high school sites. To volunteer, pre-register and for more information, visit the Keep Baytown Beautiful Facebook.

2 Get the weekend started off on the right note. Apparently Bike to the Market is back and better than ever. Enthusiasts will meet at 9 a.m. and start at Town Square and heat toward Laredo Street before returning to Town Square. Once at Town Square, there will be a number of good for purchase. The Farmer’s Market will last until 1 p.m. There will also be free live entertainment and yoga in case you missed the bike riding adventure. Town Square is located 213 W. Texas Avenue. 

3 The Baytown Little Theater will present ‘Aladdin Jr.’ this weekend. The production is the culmination of a three-week summer camp. The camp was available to young people ages 9 to 18. The presentation will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday with a 2:30 Sunday afternoon matinee. Tickets for the event are $15. The theater is located at 2 E. Texas Ave. 

4 Diversify your family with the addition of a cat this weekend. A Life to Live will host Kitten Palooza from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. John Catholic Church Saturday. The family and four-legged friends can attend the event, which will also feature raffles, silent auctions, food trucks and other activities. There will also be more than 75 cats and kittens ready to melt your heart and find a new home.  St. John Catholic Church is located at 800 W. Baker Rd.

5 Throughout the nation, multitudes of people with take a break from the sweltering heat and give thanks for our favorite frozen treat Sunday. Yes, I am talking about ice cream. Wiser people than myself have set Sunday aside as National Ice Cream Day. In celebration of this most hallowed of summer days, Sabor of Mexico will give away 10 scoops of ice cream (one scoop per person) every hour starting at noon until closing at 8 p.m. Sabor is located at 208 W. Texas Ave. in Baytown. 

 

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