The Weekend Is Here!

Looking for something to do this weekend in Edinburg? Here’s a few ideas.


6:00 PM — The Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library is set to kick off its 2024 Children’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) with a live interactive dinosaur show on Friday, June 7, at 6 p.m. at the Sekula Memorial Library. This event is open to all registered participants, and registration will be available on-site for those who have not yet signed up. This year’s theme, “Your Adventure Begins at the Library,” promises a variety of exciting activities and adventures for children of all ages from infancy to age 11, as well as tweens, teens, and adults.

8:00 PM — The Edinburg Police Department starts its new summer program called “Movies with a Cop.” This week’s movie is Trolls at the Edinburg Municipal Park Field #1. The park will be set up as an outdoor cinema, inviting families to bring blankets, chairs, and snacks to enhance their movie-watching experience.


8:30 PM. Night Hike at the EWBC! Join us Saturday, June 8th, 8:30 – 9:30 PM, for a nocturnal adventure at the Edinburg Word Birding Center. Our naturalists will guide you through the grounds to discover the world that awakens in the night skies! Bring your flashlight and bug spray for extra fun! Contact (956) 381-9922 for more info. 714 S Raul Longoria Rd, Edinburg.


2:00 PM — The Museum of South Texas History welcomes James B. Barrera to present “‘We Want Better Education!’: The 1960s Chicano Student Movement, School Walkouts and the Quest for Education Reform in South Texas” during the Sunday Speaker Series at 2 p.m. 

8:00 PM — Fuerza Regida at Bert Ogden Arena – California hitmakers Fuerza Regida bring their “Pero No Te Enamores” (“But Don’t Fall in Love”) tour to Edinburg with their new age corridos and other genres. Tickets here.


Nature Explorers Summer Camp at the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands & World Birding Center, 714 S Raul Longoria Rd, Edinburg. Nature Explorers camp is the perfect choice for curious kids who want to get up close and personal with plants, bugs, and animals big and small. Each day campers will experience the outdoors through hands-on activities and explorations sure to nurture a lifelong love of nature and wildlife while making memories to last a lifetime. Camp runs 8:30 am-12 pm. Open only for ages 9-12, and snacks are provided daily. Camp fee $40. Payment required upon registration Registration Deadline: June 7th. For more information or to register, call (956) 381-9922.