Brian and Amanda Light have transformed the historic Downtown Bryan Ice House from a vacant building into a lively, bustling farm-to-table restaurant that has become a go-to spot for entertainment. That’s why the Lights, owners of Ronin Restaurant, were honored with the 2019 Mayor’s Downtown Impact Award.
What: Trunk or Treat, So Kids Can Eat
When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, 3 to 6 p.m.
Where: Bryan High School student parking lot (near the Bryan Aquatic Center).
Get one last use out of your kids’ Halloween costume this year – and help needy families in the Brazos Valley area at the same time. The City of Bryan and Bryan High School’s Viking Theatre are teaming up for the second annual Trunk or Treat So Kids Can Eat event.
Admission is 5 canned goods per person, all of which will support the Brazos Valley Food Bank.
There will be more than 25 “trunks” for kids to receive goodies, as well as pumpkin decorating, crafts, carnival games, train rides, inflatables and concessions. Representatives from the Bryan Fire Department and Bryan Police Department will also be in attendance.