It is time to return a little fun to Orange after all the stress from recovery of Hurricane Harvey. An old fashioned block party/ street dance, the Harvey Relief Street Party is scheduled for Saturday, October 21, from 5-9 p.m. at the Orange Train Depot.
When Harvey ravaged Orange and damaged much of the city, all the events were canceled. What’s Happening Orange County approached the Friends of the Orange Depot about hosting an event at the depot to give the community a break from recovery efforts. Continue reading Stress Relief Street Dance scheduled at Orange Depot Oct. 21
Orange’s First Baptist Church will host the FBCO Fish Fry, a yearly evening of fried fish and fun that will be held on Sunday, March 19 located at 7637 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. from 4 to 7 p.m.
According to Tom Woolley, Deacon at FBCO, this is a big event for the church and its community outreach that has grown every year. Continue reading First Baptist Church Orange to Host Fish Fry
It is almost time for the Friends of the Orange Depot annual Gala Event this Saturday, 6;30-9:30 p.m. at the VFW. The event raises funds for the completion of the Orange Train Depot Restoration Project. This year, the theme is Denim and Diamonds. It will feature a silent and live auction, and live entertainment, featuring highlights from Nashville. This year’s event is dedicated to the memory of Michael Hoke for his selfless dedication to the Orange Train Depot restoration project. Continue reading Denim and Diamonds Gala slated for Saturday