The First Friday Art Trail is held the first Friday of each month at the Caviel Museum. Join the Lubbock Roots Historical Arts Council for this fun event!
EAST END GATEWAY
When completed, the East Lubbock Gateway will consist of a gated area of walking paths, meandering through landscaped vistas filled with kinetic wind sculptures and performance platforms designed to create an outdoor arts and entertainment tourists destination within East Lubbock.
THE COMMUNITY GARDEN
The Booker T. Washington Park Community at Chatman Hill which grows fresh veggies to share with volunteers, neighbors, local food pantries and churches. The garden is under the direction of gardeners, Shonta Folkner, Kenneth Castillo, and Jessica Tullar Caroom. The garden is open MWF from 11-12 and every other Saturday. For more information you can find the "Roots Booker T. Washington Community Garden on Facebook and Instagram. You can also call (806) 535-2475 to find out more information or set up a volunteer time for your group.
COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION CENTER
The center is home to five nonprofits seeking to enhance the quality of life in East Lubbock through service, beautification, arts, or culture. Current tenants include Chatman Hill Neighborhood Association, the Martin Luther King Commemorative Council, the Parkway-Cherry Point Neighborhood Association, My Brother's and My Sister's Keepers, and the Victory Boys and Girls Sickle Cell Association.
The photo contest is celebrating its 11th anniversary. Photographs showcase the beauty of people, places and things in East Lubbock. The competition is open to all photographers regardless of skill level.
THE CAVIEL MUSEUM
The Caviel Museum of African American History and Culture - The building was donated by Alfred and Billie Caviel to the Lubbock Roots Historical Arts Council. The museum was opened in 2015 and is open to the public.
The annual Caprock Jazz Festival aims to bring high-quality contemporary jazz performers to the South Plains. The festival is also a major fundraiser for the Roots Historical Arts Council and the Caviel Museum of African American History in Lubbock, TX.