After missing a year, due to COVID and the untimely death of ACES founder Charlyce Arnold, the ACES Health Fair on The Square is back this year. It will be a bit scaled down, but it will be a fun and education filled morning, nonetheless.
On Saturday, July 17, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., The Square is the place to be.
Vendor booths include:
BRMC doing COVID vaccines for ages 12 and up
South Plains Mental Health Department
South Plains Public Health Department
Dr. Riley, Eye Doctor (inside her building on The Square)
Terry County Dental
Terry County Vet
Brownfield Rehab and Care Center
Cub’s Den Nutrition
South Plains Community Action
South Plains Underground Water District
Friends of Brownfield Animal Shelter
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church
Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
Vicky Quilantan – Health Information
(More vendors may be added)
There will also be Car Show on the parking lot area on the west side of the Courthouse. No registration. Just bring your vehicle and park it.
The Terry County Strings will be playing on the Courthouse lawn.
Also, businesses on The Square will be open and some will be offering specials for the day.
Businesses on The Square participating include:
D’s Barbed Wire and Lace – Diana Vidales
Triple D – serving healthy menu
There will also be a Kid’s Farmers Market on the Brisendine Plaza featuring fresh vegetables, crafts, baked goods, and other items.
The Brownfield Fire Department will be coming around to hose you down if you are just a bit too hot! Be ready!
ACES will be serving Chicken Salad Sandwiches, chips, cookie and drink inside the ACES building for only $7.
Don’t miss this fun event!!