Pet adoption day, unicycle football, Super Bowl watch parties and 3 other events happening this weekend in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle this weekend Feb. 1-4

Super Bowl LII is set to take place Feb. 4.

Super Bowl LII is set to take place Feb. 4.

The first weekend in February is here. Check out these events happening in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle this weekend.


Thursday
ESPN College GameDay Covered by State Farm

The ESPN College GameDay Covered by State Farm bus will make a stop in Buda to give tours of the bus before the team covers the Oklahoma vs. Texas game on Saturday. Red Label Realty will give out prizes during the event. Free. 3-6 p.m. Cabela’s, 15570 S. I-35, Buda. www.facebook.com/events/539520203089880





Friday
Sweetheart's Dance for Adults with Disabilities

The San Marcos Activity Center will host a dance party with door prizes, a DJ and concessions. Free. 7-10 p.m. 501 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos. 512-393-8400. www.sanmarcostx.gov





Saturday
First Time Home Buyer Seminar

Jayna Love Homes is putting on a Q&A with guest speakers in the field to answer questions about  the home buying process, obtaining financing, credit repair and qualifications, inspections and insurance. Child care and food will be provided, along with door prizes. Free. 2-4 p.m. 211B N. FM 1626, Building 2, Buda. 512-217-1875. www.facebook.com/events/340008376482031






Puppybowl Adoption Day

In honor of Super Bowl LII, the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter is teaming up with ASPCA and Animal Planet to offer $52 pet adoptions. 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 750 River Road, San Marcos. 512-805-2650. www.facebook.com/events/186032672151157





Sunday
Unicycle Football

A BYOB event featuring live music, the Unicycle Football League will take over the San Marcos Activity Center on Sunday. The first game starts at 1 p.m. with the Blackouts playing against Los Bierdos. The second game starts at 3 p.m. and will be the Unicychos against The Purgatory Creek Chupacabras. Free. San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos. 512-496-3251.
www.unicyclefootball.com





Super Bowl Watch Parties 






San Marcos
Treffs

Treffs is throwing a potluck style watch party. Bring a dish to share, and Treffs will provide the pulled pork, $2.75 You-Call-Its and karaoke at 10 p.m.

804 Chestnut St., Ste. D. San Marcos. 512-353-1594






The Spot Cinema Eatery and Social Haus

With giant screens, more than 40 beers on tap and food being served throughout the game, The Spot invites sports fans to watch the game with them.

1180 Thorpe Lane, Ste. 130, San Marcos. 512-21-8600





Kyle
Evo

Evo is gearing up for Super Bowl LII with beer specials, discounted game cards, food and half-priced bowling.

3200 Kyle Crossing, Kyle. 512-523-9009





Buda
Buck's Backyard

Buck's Backyard is giving out free queso and salsa, along with serving 50-cent wings, half-priced burgers and $2.75 Bud Lights for its Super Bowl watch party.

1750 S. FM 1626, Buda. 512-312-9456






The Cigar Vault

With beer and wine special, cigars and a grill, The Cigar Vault is hosting a potluck style watch party.

210 N. Main St., Buda. 512-361-3289.




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