• In addition to raising money to support our scholarship efforts, a primary focus of the Dallas A&M Club is to cultivate the relationships of Aggies in Dallas area. The way we do this is through our club events. We have a wide offering and hope each of you find the type of event you are looking for. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us! To find out about the event you're interested in just follow the link!



  Friday Luncheon - Tupinamba Cafe Friday, January 19, 2018
       
Location:   Tupinamba Cafe - 9665 N Central Expressway
Time:   11:30AM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Join us for our weekly Friday Luncheon with periodic guest speakers and a variety of specials on the Tupinamba lunch menu!

Guest speaker/program:
No speaker currently scheduled; though still engage in general "good bull" Aggie fellowship!

Dallas Aggies have been meeting every Friday for lunch during much of the club’s 100+ year history. The DAMC’s weekly Friday Luncheon often times features a guest speaker; and when applicable - the Friday Luncheon speaker program will commence at Noon and end before 1:00pm.

Aggie business professionals are encouraged to use this luncheon as an additional means to network with Texas A&M former students in the Dallas area. It’s a great way to meet Aggies of all ages and an opportunity to fill your database with like-minded business men and women.



  Aggie Entrepreneurship Saturday Saturday, January 20, 2018
       
Location:   Texas A&M University School of Law
1515 Commerce Street in Fort Worth
Time:   9:30AM-4:00PM
Price:   45.00
Description:   Former and current students of Texas A&M University are invited to Aggie Entrepreneurship Saturday, an annual event that gives entrepreneurial Aggies the opportunity to listen to, learn from and engage with experienced and successful Aggie entrepreneurs.

Aggie Entrepreneurship Saturday, which is conducted by The Association of Former Students Mays Business School’s McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship, & Startup Aggieland, connects entrepreneurial-minded Aggies with successful Aggie entrepreneurs to share knowledge, collaborate, build connections and create mentorship opportunities. The goal is to develop entrepreneurs by leveraging the Aggie Network and featuring some of Texas A&M’s most successful entrepreneurs as topical speakers and panelists.

The agenda includes breakout sessions, a keynote speaker, and an entrepreneurs’ panel discussion. The event will conclude with a networking reception from 4:15-6:15pm at nearby Acre Distilling – giving all attendees a chance to interact face-to-face with the guest speakers and panelists.

TOPICS:
• Legal Issues for Startups
• Startup Financing
• How to Write a Marketing Plan
• Creating a Culture That Lasts
• Small-group Discussions

SPEAKERS & PANELISTS:
- Chris Field ’05, Mercy Project
- William P. "Bill" Ramey III ’95, Ramey & Schwaller LLP
- Christine Hollinden ’87, Hollinden marketers + strategists
- Robin Lasher, Tarrant Small Business Development Center
- Kim Boyden, LiftFund
- Molly Cain ’03, Dept. of Homeland Security & Glass Heel
- Hollie Shirey ’02, Infinity Dental Care
- Mike Wilkinson ’86, Paragon Innovations
- Jeff Schiefelbein ’00, energy by 5

REGISTRATION:
tx.ag/Entrepreneurship

Advance registration is required because space is limited! Registration fee is $45, which includes lunch; current active donors to The Association receive a $10 discount. Once registered, attendees will receive a follow-up email with more specific details regarding the event.

     


  Architecture That Speaks Tuesday, January 23, 2018
       
Location:   Hall of State in Fair Park - 3939 Grand Avenue
Time:   6:30PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Free presentation and book signing for Architecture That Speaks, a new book about the 1930s architecture on the Texas A&M campus. Event features authors Nancy McCoy, a Dallas architect, and David Woodcock, former professor of architecture at Texas A&M.

Hosted by the Dallas Center for Architecture, Dallas Historical Society, and Preservation Dallas.

When the A&M College of Texas opened its doors in 1876, its early buildings followed a Victorian architectural style. Classical architecture came to the campus with the Academic Building, after the 1912 fire that destroyed Old Main. Subsequent buildings generally followed this neoclassical path, but the growth of the campus in the Depression era saw the addition of an extraordinary group of buildings, sited in accordance with a master plan developed by college architect F. E. Giesecke and designed by S. C. P. Vosper, each of whom also held faculty positions in the first architecture program at a state college in Texas.

The buildings designed by Vosper are arguably the finest buildings on the campus, uniquely expressive of the agricultural and mechanical origins of the university; they delight the senses with color, sculpture, and wit. Nancy T. McCoy and David G. Woodcock, distinguished preservation architects and scholars, review the history of Texas A&M campus architecture and provide in-depth coverage of Vosper and his legacy. Illustrated by the sumptuous photography of Carolyn Brown, Architecture That Speaks concludes with observations on recent approaches toward the reuse and rehabilitation of campus heritage architecture and a view to the future, as plans evolve for further development of the campus that maintains a respect for both strategic vision and historical heritage.

Book sales and signing to follow presentation. Click HERE to confirm complimentary registration.



  DFW SEC Fans Mixer - Community Beer Company Thursday, January 25, 2018
       
Location:   Community Beer Company - 1530 Inspiration Dr.
Time:   6:00-9:00PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Join the Dallas A&M Club as we mix, mingle, and network with other locally-based alumni organizations from all Southeastern Conference schools at these monthly happy hours.

For more information on DFW SEC Fans and this event, please visit dfwsecfans.com, facebook.com/dfwsecfans OR follow DFW SEC Fans on Twitter via @dfwsecfans.



  Friday Luncheon - Tupinamba Cafe Friday, January 26, 2018
       
Location:   Tupinamba Cafe - 9665 N Central Expressway
Time:   11:30AM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Join us for our weekly Friday Luncheon with periodic guest speakers and a variety of specials on the Tupinamba lunch menu!

Guest speaker/program:
No speaker currently scheduled; though still engage in general "good bull" Aggie fellowship!

Dallas Aggies have been meeting every Friday for lunch during much of the club’s 100+ year history. The DAMC’s weekly Friday Luncheon often times features a guest speaker; and when applicable - the Friday Luncheon speaker program will commence at Noon and end before 1:00pm.

Aggie business professionals are encouraged to use this luncheon as an additional means to network with Texas A&M former students in the Dallas area. It’s a great way to meet Aggies of all ages and an opportunity to fill your database with like-minded business men and women.



  Aggie Night with Dallas Stars Tuesday, January 30, 2018
       
Location:   American Airlines Center - 2500 Victory Avenue
Time:   7:30PM
Price:   10.00
Description:   Join the DAMC at the American Airlines Center as we support the Dallas Stars against the Los Angeles Kings!

Discounted tickets within designated Aggie sections can be secured via: dallasstars.com/aggie.

Section 103: $60
Section 318: $10
Section 328: $20
Section 329: $20

Once done purchasing, you will be given a unique link to invite others. Please share the link with your friends and family members via text, email, and social media. Anyone who buys from your link will sit with you for the game!

     


  Volunteer Meeting Wednesday, January 31, 2018
       
Location:   Blue Goose Cantina - 14920 Midway Rd in Addison
Time:   7:30PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Interested in getting more involved with the Dallas A&M Club? Join us for our next volunteer meeting - as the Dallas A&M Club is gearing up for some fantastic spring events and we need your help!

This is your chance to learn about our upcoming events and how you can help further our mission for growing the Aggie Network and giving back to Texas A&M. If feeling ambitious...we still have a few officer positions open for 2018!

Can’t make it to the meeting but still want to volunteer? No worries! Just email our 2018 DAMC President, Henry Talamantes ’08, at htalamantes08@gmail.com.



  Aggie Happy Hour - Lazy Dog Thursday, February 1, 2018
       
Location:   Lazy Dog - 5100 Belt Line Rd in Addison
Time:   5:30-8:30PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   The Dallas A&M Club invites you and all of your Aggie buddies, friends, and co-workers to join us at Aggie Happy Hour!

The DAMC’s Aggie Happy Hour is repeatedly one of our most popular events; these happy hours occur on the first week of every month - generally starting around 5:30pm. Locations of the Aggie Happy Hour vary on a monthly basis.