The Arts Celebration takes place at the Chap Center this weekend in Midland

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Priorities and concerns about city services, neighborhood issues and quality of life: three highlights for the city’s new public survey tool launched at the end of July. By asking Midlanders to rate their experience with different aspects of life in the big city – affordable housing, education, transportation and public safety – the city will be able to measure resident satisfaction and improve their responsiveness to concerns about the community.

The survey will appear through digital advertisements on news websites, social media platforms, blogs and apps. There will also be a link to midlandtexas.gov.


Department of Health: Back-to-school vaccinations

The City of Midland and the Midland Health Department would like to remind parents to make sure vaccinations are on their back-to-school list. They offer dates for walk-in clinics and Saturday vaccination clinics by appointment. All clinics are held at the Midland Health Department located at 3303 W. Illinois Ave., Suite 22

Walk-in: The Midland Health Department will see patients for walk-in vaccinations from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Wednesday.

Appointments only: Saturday vaccination clinics will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on July 30 and August 20. Appointments can be made by calling 432-681-7613.

Upcoming meetings

Planning and Zoning Commission

3:30 p.m. Monday

Council Chamber, Town Hall

300 N. Lorraine Street

Things to do, see, hear

Midland Community Theater

“Summer Mummers”, Saturday 22-23, 29-30, Yucca Theater

“Matilda,” Saturday and Sunday, Davis Theater I, mctmidland.org

South West Museum

Summer Sunday Lawn Concert Series, Tall City Band, Sunday, Free

Summer Sunday Lawn Concert Series, Unsweet T’s, July 31

Chap Center

Celebration of the Arts, Saturday and Sunday, Free acmidland.org

Wagner Center for the Performing Arts

The national tour of the masked singer, Saturday

Franco Escamilla Tour Gaby, July 22

Dwight Yoakam, July 23

Tracy Morgan, July 24

Killer Queen, July 26

windwalk farms

Support’s “Shoot for Heroes” Clay Shooting Show July 29

Horseshoe

Midland Gun and Blade Show, July 30-31

movies in the park

All movies start at dusk

“Sing 2”, July 22, Dennis the Menace Park, 2201 W. Indiana Ave.

“Encanto”, July 29, Hogan Park, 1201 E. Wadley Ave.

“Luca,” August 12, Centennial Park, 200 W. Wall St.

Monthly meetings

Parkinson’s disease, first Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., Mid-Cities Church. For more information: 432-684-3999.

swimming pools

Doug Russell Aquatic Center, 900 N. Midland Drive

Washington Aquatic Center, 1601 E. Indiana Ave.

Price: $3 per person, children 2 and under free

Opening hours: Saturday, 12 p.m.-3 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m., Sunday, 1 p.m.-4 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

Note: Passes are sold 30 minutes prior to posted pool hours and will be limited to a three-hour period listed as Morning Session A or Afternoon Session B. https://www.midlandtexas.gov/204/Midland-Swimming-Pools

summer camps

Science camps at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum

Lego Mino-Masters: Shakin’ City, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., July 25-28, ages 8-12

Price: $80 (Petroleum Museum members), $100 (non-members) https://petroleummuseum.org/summer-activities/

Sibley Nature Center

“-ologies” summer camp, Tuesday and Wednesday, 5-8 years old; Thursday and Friday, 9-12 years old

Price: $40 (members), $45 (non-members)

South West Museum

Discovery Camp, Tuesday to Friday, 6th to 8th grade

Vacation Bible School

Western Kentucky Baptist Church – Spark Studios, Monday-Friday

To put your event on the community calendar, send the information to [email protected]

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