Priests (DC) / Olivier Neutron-John, Tuesday 8pm, Yerberia Cultura. With local guests SUPER and Andrea. $7, all ages.
Bonnie & Clyde, Wednesday-Sunday, Albert L. Jeffers Theatre. A new musical by UTRGV’s University Productions. Performances are at 7:30pm Wednesday-Saturday and a 2pm matinee Sunday. Tickets range from $10-$25.
IMAS Young Adventurer Days, Wednesday 10-11am, International Museum of Art & Science. Fun, hands-on learning opportunity for kids under 5. $5 members/$10 non-members per session. This month’s session: “Build it Tall Become an engineer as we read Henry Builds a Cabin by D.B. Johnson. Test out your engineering design skills as you build a spaghetti and marshmallow palace!” Register in advance: (956) 682-0123.
IMAS Homeschool Days, Wednesday 11am-1pm, International Museum of Art & Science. Hands-on, educational workshop for homeschool students. 11am elementary session, 12pm middle/high school session. $5 members/$10 non-members. Monthly on the 1st Wednesday from September-May. This month’s session: “Build it Tall: Become the architect and engineer as you explore the way we build the world around us through hands-on building activities. From bridges, to skyscrapers, to homes, explore the many features of these common structures and more!” Register by calling (956) 682-0123.
Shop 112 Fashion For A Cause, Wednesday 6-8pm, Europa Cuisine & Entertainment. Proceeds benefit Easter Seals of the RGV. Tickets: $10 GA/$25 reserved seating.
Ruben Farias’ Birthday Pachanga, Wednesday 9pm, Yerberia Cultura. Performances by Ruben Farias, Mwmbwls, Fantastico, The Palantines and Noble Insect. Free.
IMAS Presents: Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss, Thursday 4-8pm, International Museum of Art & Science. Celebrate the children’s author’s birthday with storytime, arts & crafts and more. Included in regular admission.
Dvorak with Opera, Thursday 8pm, McAllen Performing Arts Center. The Valley Symphony Orchestra explores the music of Antonín Dvorák, plus opera songs by the Valley Symphony Chorale. Tickets $35-55.
Maluma, Thursday 8:30pm, State Farm Arena. An early part of BorderFest. Tickets start at $41.
BorderFest 2017, Friday-Sunday, State Farm Arena. This year’s theme is “Celebrating the U.S.A.” BorderFest includes all kinds of live entertainment for the whole family. Two day passes are $10 presale, three day passes are $15. At the gate, it’s $10 for adults, $5 for kids 4-12 and free for 3 and under.
Festiba Community Day, Friday 6-10pm, Edinburg City Hall Courtyard. Authors, artists, arts & crafts, live music, health screenings, food & drinks and much more are part of UTRGV’s annual celebration of books and the arts. Free.
McAllen Artwalk, Friday 6-10pm, Archer Park. Arts and craft vendors, plus the live outdoor music series Music After Hours, every month. Free and open to the public.
Arbor Day Celebration, Saturday 7am, McAllen Municipal Park. A 5K/10K run, family fun walk/bike tour and tree planting will be a part of the 2017 festivities.
Senior Saturdays at IMAS, Saturday 10-11:30am, International Museum of Art & Science. Ages 55+ and their grandchildren are invited on the first Saturday of the month from October to April, with a different focus each time. This month’s workshop: “Into the Artist’s Studio: Beginners Watercolor Painting”.
IMAS Guild Presents: “A Splash of Spring” Luncheon Style Show, Saturday 11:30am-2pm, Embassy Suites by Hilton. Fashion show and fancy lunch to benefit IMAS. Tickets: $35.
Life on the Border: Contemporary Art Fundraiser Show, Saturday 7-11:59pm, 325 S 17th St. 12 local artists show off their work. $5 at the door benefits the Latina in Progress (LIP) Scholarship.
Honey & Salt / Ballerino, Saturday 8pm, Yerberia Cultura. With local guests DeZorah, Grayson and Ursa, The Wanderer. $7.
South Texas Wedding & Quinceanera Showcase, Sunday noon-5pm, McAllen Convention Center. $10 at the door.
Sunday Speaker Series, Sunday 2-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. This week’s presenter is Dr. Joaquin Rivaya-Martinez. Included in general admission.
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise Movie Screening, Saturday 4-7pm, Cine El Rey. Free screening and Q&A after the film.