Finish Line Village is free to the public, and with live entertainment and food, there's plenty to see and do for riders and non riders alike. Just find a parking space at the MPEC and follow the crowds and the noise.
It's not every day you get to watch a film that was completely produced in Wichita Falls, but that's where I found myself Sunday evening at the premiere showing of "3 Ways To Kill A Mook" at the Cinemark Theater in Parker Square.
Are you happy with what's happening in the arts community in the Wichita Falls area? Would you like to see more of your favorite type of musical acts? Would you prefer more national theater, comedy, or musical acts coming through town?
Whatever you'd like to see more of from the arts comm…