The Artifact Exhibition
June 2, 2018 – January 6, 2019
Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum

In the early hours of April 15, 1912, a vessel weighing more than 52,000
tons called the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg on its maiden
voyage from Southampton to New York City. Carrying an estimated
2,224 passengers, a mere 706 survived.
Now, nearly 106 years later, experience one of the most tragic yet
inspiring moments in modern history. Starting June 2, 2018, Baylor
University’s Mayborn Museum will host its first blockbuster exhibit in
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.
Upon entrance to the exhibit return to 1912, as you receive a replica
boarding pass of an actual passenger aboard Titanic. You’ll begin a
chronological journey through the life of Titanic, moving through the
Ship’s construction, life on board, the ill-fated sinking, and amazing
artifact rescue efforts. You will marvel at the re-created interior of
the Ship, and press your palms against an iceberg while learning of
countless stories of heroism and humanity.

Central Texas Literacy
Coalition Quarterly Meeting
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Waco-McLennan County Library
(Upstairs Meeting Room) 1717 Austin Avenue

The speaker for this meeting will be Jessica Emmett, Library
Community Services Supervisor. She will provide information
about the many offerings of the library.
The Coalition will also be celebrating its 30th anniversary at this
meeting. Refreshments will be served.
For additional information call or text 254-722-6395 or e mail

9th Annual

Coryell Creek Critters Barbecue
Cook-off and Festival
Friday, June 8 · 5pm – 11pm
Saturday, June 9 · 8am – Midnight
Brazos Parking, 1400 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

Admission is Free. The event will feature food trucks, vendors, live
and silent auctions and live entertainment.
All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society
For more information, call 405-5722.

Newcomers & Neighbors
Club of Waco

Please join us for the June lunch meeting at
11:30 am on June 20th at the
Ridgewood Country Club at 7301 Fish Pond Road

Col. William Pailes, the first Aggie in outer space on the 21st Shuttle
Mission and first flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis, will be the special
guest speaker. The fee for lunch is $20.
All women of Central Texas are welcome.
Are you new to Waco or are you wanting to make new lifetime friends?
Like to play bridge, 42, canasta, mahjong, crochet, knit, read books and
much more. If so, Newcomers and Neighbors of Waco is for you . Since
1982 this non-profit, social club has been extending a friendly, welcoming
hand to all women in Central Texas. To learn more about our club and our
events, please visit our website at: or on Facebook at
Waco Newcomers and Neighbors.
For Reservations, or to learn more,
call Kathy Northrup at (254) 836-5170 by Thursday, June 14th.

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