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
Please come to a Special Book-Signing Party at the
ORANGE TRAIN DEPOT MUSEUM
1210 Green Avenue, Orange, TX 77630
Saturday, June 3, 2-4 PM
Meet Paul Mattingly, author of
From Orange to Singapore:
A Shipyard Builds a Legacy
The Story of Levingston Shipbuilding Company
Free entry Refreshments
All proceeds go to Friends of the Orange Depot
Want to see the inside of the Orange Train Depot? Come see the results of the restoration of the Building, 2-5 p.m., May 7.
Come early to hear the Orange Community Band at 1:45pm followed by opening ceremonies at 2:15pm. Guided tours of our sparkling newly renovated 1902 Southern Pacific Depot follow. Plus see your engraved bricks installed on the track side. Bring the kids for arts and crafts and free rides on the train. Music and dancing by the WOS Elementary dancing troop at 3:30pm. And don’t miss the raffle benefiting the Friends of the Orange Depot. Come celebrate the Orange Train Depot as it enters the next phase…installing museum exhibits. Estimated cost for exhibits is $30,000 and the expected completion date is around September 2018.