Museum of the Coastal Bend features “Flights of Fancy” exhibit through 2016

Museum curator Eric Ray discusses the “Flights of Fancy” exhibit currently on display at the Museum of the Coastal Bend through December of 2016.

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Explore Victoria Director Tony Cordo reflects on his first year in Victoria.

Explore Victoria Director Tony Cordo reflects on his first year in Victoria.

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Changes in Recycle Program Take Effect Immediately

Changes to the City recycling program will take place immediately, including no longer accepting glass or plastics 3 thru 7. Darryl Lesak explains these changes.

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Changes in Recycle Program Due to Global Conditions

Darryl Lesak discusses some major changes in the City’s recycling program due to global economic conditions and the falling price of oil.

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Don’t become a victim of crime during the Holiday Season.

Tanya Brown with the Victoria Police Department shares great tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime during the Holiday Season

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Keeping our recyclable goods clean: what you can and cannot put in your recycle cart.

The City needs your help to keep our recyclable goods clean. Darryl Lesak, Environmental Services Director, explains what can and cannot be put in your recyclable cart.

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Free Family Fishing Day set for October 10th at Ethel Lee Tracy Park

Darcell Hanley discusses the 2015 Family Fishing Day set for October 10th at Ethel Lee Tracy Park.

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Listen to the main bands set to play at Bootfest 2015!

Joel Novosad from Explore Victoria talks about Bootfest 2015, Victoria’s free music festival on October 2-3 in DeLeon Plaza, and plays some tunes from the main acts performing during the event.

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Fall registration underway for flag football, kickball, softball and other leagues.

Fall registration is underway for flag football, kickball, softball, sand volleyball and basketball. Darcell Hanley from the Parks Department has all the details.

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BBQ Trail promotion touts seven great eateries in the Victoria area.

Tony Cordo, Director for the Victoria Convention and Visitors Bureau, discusses this summer’s successful “Great Coastal Texas Barbecue Trail.”

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Introduce yourself to new technologies at the Library

Katherine Henley, Training Services Manager from the Victoria Public Library, discusses computer labs to robotics programs; they are available at the Library for free.

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Summer reading program kicks off June 8th.

Keep your student’s reading skills tuned up with the Library’s summer reading program, Summer Fun Fest. There are reading activities for students of all ages, including films, robotics and plenty of reading. And yes, it’s FREE !

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Summer registration underway for softball, flag football, volleyball, kickball and basketball.

Darcell Hanley from the Parks & Recreation Department discusses summer registration for five athletic leagues.

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Pedestrian safety; how, when and where to safely cross the streets of Victoria.

Crime Prevention Officer John Turner discusses how, when and where to safely cross the streets of Victoria.

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The online power of your library card.

Catherine Muehlbrand from the Victoria Public Library discusses some hidden online resources available to anyone who has a library card.

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Register your cell phone with Code Red to receive emergency information.

Rick McBrayer from the Victoria Office of Emergency Management (OEM), discusses Code Red, a service that allows the public to register their cell phones so they can receive vital information during emergencies. Don’t worry, we will never sell your phone number and you will only receive emergency information from the OEM.

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Public input sought at March 31 “Big Picture Workshop” for Comp 2035 Plan

Jared Mayfield discusses the Comp 2035 plan and how important public input is to develop a long range plan for the City of Victoria. The public is invited to the Big Picture Outreach Workshop at the Community Center on March 31 to share ideas about future growth of Victoria.

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Popular trends at the Victoria Public Library

Dayna Williams Capone discusses popular trends at the Victoria Public Library and what new programs lie ahead.

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Drive to Grease the Drive-in Movie

Parks & Recreation is hosting a showing of Grease on Friday, February 20, as a drive-in movie complete with a costume contest and some classic cars for selfie backdrops. Listen to the podcast for all the details.

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Spring registration underway for adult softball, kickball and flag football.

Spring registration is underway for adult softball, kickball and flag football. Ashley Rambo from Parks & Recreation has all the details.

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