1. September 26 – Honoring Gloria Anzaldua: World Renowned Author & Icon

6 PM – 8:30 PM

McAllen Public Library

Event description:

“Join us for a discussion of Gloria Anzaldua’s Literary works and legacy.”

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2. September 27 – Henry “$3 Buck Cut” Cuellar: Rally for Farmworkers

10 AM – 12 PM

Representative Henry Cuellar
117 E Tom Landry St, Mission, Texas 78572

Event description:

“Congressman Cuellar recently voted to lower Texas farm worker pay by $3 an hour, harming workers in the same industry that allowed his parents to provide for him as a child.

Instead of voting to cut farmworker wages, Congressman Cuellar should be championing legislation to increase farm worker protections and provide overtime pay.

Join us as we visit his Mission office this Thrusday at 117 E Tom Landry St, Mission, Texas 78572
El congresista Cuellar recientemente votó a favor de reducir el salario de los trabajadores agrícolas de Texas en $ 3 por hora, perjudicando a los trabajadores de la misma industria que permitieron que sus padres lo cubrieran de niño.

En lugar de votar para recortar los salarios de los trabajadores del campo, el congresista Cuéllar debería defender una legislación para aumentar la protección de los trabajadores agrícolas y proporcionar un pago por horas extras.

Acompañanos este jueves cuando visitemos su oficina de Misión en 117 E Tom Landry St, Mission, Texas 78572″

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3. September 27 – Global Female Condom Awareness Day!

11 AM – 1 PM

UTRGV Student Union
1201 W University Dr., Edinburg, Texas 78539

Event description:

“Global Female Condom Day is an annual day of education and advocacy to increase awareness, access, and use of female or internal condoms.

People across the world have an urgent need for dual protection from unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections—including HIV—that could be addressed by female or internal condoms.

Join us as we celebrate and raise awareness about the importance of accessible Female or Internal Condoms!
Free female condoms, condoms, snacks, and info from:

Access for Sex-Education
The Valley AIDS Council
Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity
Texas Freedom Network
PP Texas Votes
Student Health Services
Super Hero Project
Delta Psi Alpha
The Office for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention

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Access to Female or Internal Condoms is a form of reproductive healthcare!”

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4. September 28 – Fantástico! 6th Bday w/The Lost Project, PARTYING, CAT-ION

9 PM – 12 AM

The Alibi
114 S 20th St, McAllen, Texas 78501

Event description:

“Come celebrate the 6th anniversary of Fantástico!’s first show at a BRAND NEW VENUE!!
The Alibi 114 South 20th Street (downtown area but across Bicentennial!)
Friday SEPTEMBER 28th $$5bucks$$

The Lost Project (San Antonio)
Noble Insect

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5. September 29 – Evening Kundalini Meditation with Elizabeth

6:30 PM – 8 PM

Infinite Love
2205 Cornerstone Blvd, Edinburg, Texas 78539

Event description:

“Join Osho Sannyasi Elizabeth Lomas for a special active meditation Saturday evenings at the Infinite Love Center in Edinburg. This is a gift from us to the community. So, there is no cost to attend. Wear comfortable clothing.

This “sister meditation” to the OSHO Dynamic is best done at sunset or in the late afternoon. Being fully immersed in the shaking and dancing of the first two stages helps to “melt” the rock-like being, wherever the energy flow has been repressed and blocked. Then that energy can flow, dance and be transformed into bliss and joy. The last two stages enable all this energy to flow vertically, to move upwards into silence. It is a highly effective way of unwinding and letting go at the end of the day.”

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6. September 29 – Wallflower RGV Grand Opening

11 AM – 8 PM

Wallflower RGV
7017 N 10th St, McAllen, Texas 78504

Event description:
We are in the business of making amazing photo opportunities.
Admission Cost

The cost of admission is $13 (including tax) for anyone 11 years of age or older; kids ages 10 and younger are free. Limited 3 kids per paid admission.

Time Slot

Your ticket purchase gives you access to all of our rooms for up to one hour. If you feel like you need more time you may purchase an additional hour, subject to availability

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Pets are welcome

We love pet pictures! Please make sure your pet is well behaved and always on a leash. You will be required to sign a waver for your furry friend at time of entry.

Dress code

Relax, you’re not at grandma’s house. This is a family-friendly facility; however, we do ask that you wear appropriate attire.

Photographers are welcome

Feel free to bring your own photographer, please note that your photographer must have a ticket.

Props are fun!

You may bring your own props and/or balloons during general hours, but we ask that you keep it simple. Props must be cleared by staff at time of entry.

Outfit Changes

We have a dressing room available if necessary, so come prepared with as many outfits as you’d like. We are not responsible for items left in the dressing room.


All sales are final. If you miss your reservation, it may be possible to reschedule in-studio, subject to availability. Exchange fee will apply.


Walk-ins are welcome. Tickets are limited, so we encourage you to book ahead of time. You may also check our social media for walk-in availability announcements.”

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7. September 30 – Food Not Bombs Monthly Servings

5 PM – 7 PM

Archer Park
101 N. Broadway, McAllen, Texas 78501

Event description:

“When a billion people go hungry each day, how can we spend another dollar on war?

Food Not Bombs is an affinity based movement that recovers food & items that might be wasted and shares free vegan and vegetarian meals with the hungry in over 1,000 cities around the world in protest to war, poverty, and the destruction of the environment & in celebration of our community and mutual aid.


FEEL FREE TO DONATE. Bring a vegan dish! Donate clothing! Bring anything that you feel would benefit the Really, Really Free Market, such as toiletries (hygiene products), makeup, children’s toys, and anything else that you don’t need that you feel would benefit somebody else.

And if anything, donate your time. Come join us and enjoy delicious vegan food with friends.”

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