Last Day of Free Admission to IMAS for McAllen Residents, Monday all day, International Museum of Art & Science. Bring a valid ID.
7th Annual MLK Day at Cine El Rey, Monday 4-7pm, Cine El Rey. McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez and National Federation for the Blind RGV President Marcarena Pena will lead this year’s walk. Free and open to all.
Justin Wine Dinner, Monday 7pm, Bodega Tavern & Kitchen. Five course wine dinner featuring JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery. $100 per person.
24th Annual Winter Texan Expo, Tuesday & Wednesday 9am-3pm, McAllen Convention Center. Information, health screenings, live entertainment and more. Free admission.
Bootleggers Pizza Party, Tuesday 4-11pm, The Landmark Lounge (Edinburg). Rum & whiskey specials to celebrate National Bootlegger’s Day, plus pizza by Il Forno Mobile. No cover.
Pharr’s 108th Year Birthday Celebration, Thursday 5-7pm, Boggus Ford Events Center (Pharr). Family fun including mariachi music, art, food and more. Free.
Alfresco Weslaco, Thursday 6:30-9:30pm, Downtown Weslaco. Music, art, vendors and more. Free and family friendly.
Art After Dark: Origami, Thursday 7-9pm, International Museum of Art & Science. The latest in the museum’s ongoing series of BYOB art classes focuses on origami to start off the new year. $15 for members/$20 for non-members.
CodeRGV Academy Presents: (boot) Student Project Showcase, Thursday 7-10pm, Mission CEED. Students will show off final projects from the 12-week course. A great opportunity to learn about the organization and the work it is doing.
Odd Squad, Thursday 7pm, McAllen Performing Arts Center. Tickets start at $25.
La Ratera, The Vennz, Thursday 9pm, Yerberia Cultura. With Modern Studies and Mildriot. Free.
Music Fest at the Flying Walrus, Thursday 9pm, The Flying Walrus. Secrets Told in Silence, Raging Thrill, Punk-69 and more perform. Free for 21+.
Brujeria with The Casualties & Pinata Protest, Friday 7pm, Sofie’s SS Saloon. $25, all ages.
Food Park Unplugged, Friday 7:30-9:30pm, McAllen Food Park. Live music featuring local artists. Free, family and pet friendly. Monthly event on the 3rd Friday.
Exhibition: Gloria Garfinkel: Origami Interpretations, Saturday, International Museum of Art & Science. A new exhibit opens at IMAS. It will be on display through April. Included in general admission.
2nd Annual Skeet Shoot Fundraiser, Saturday 8am, Ebanos Escondidos Ranch (Mission). Benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Mission. $20 per person (team sponsorships available).
Saxet Gun Show, Saturday & Sunday 9am-6pm, McAllen Convention Center. Admission: $5.
Shiny New Year, Saturday 7-11pm, Luna Coffee House. A songwriter showcase at this new cafe featuring Rachel Udow, Ezekiel, Tina Van and more. Free.
Cecilia & the Broken Hearts, Saturday 9pm, Yerberia Cultura. With Monstruo Bohemio, Reliving Cape York, Jesika and Jove Bewake. $5.
Rio Grande Valley Wedding Fair 2017, Sunday 12-5pm, McAllen Convention Center. Admission: $12.
Daytime Ska/Punk Party, Sunday 12-4pm, Yerberia Cultura. Touring bands Kill Liberal (SATX) and Desiring Dead Flesh (Bay City, MI) are joined by Los Skagaleros, LAIKA, The Follies and Los Rude Waves. $6 cover.
Sunday Speakers Series, Sunday 2pm, Museum of South Texas History (Edinburg). Photographer Deval “Pino” Shah unveils his “Architecture of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Photography Project”. Included in regular admission.