Primera Iglesia Bautista Laredo

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1320 San Bernardo Ave
Laredo, TX 78040
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Our Lady Of Guadalupe Parish
  • • Daily Mass: Mon-Fri 5:30pm - 6pm
  • • Confession: Sat 4pm - 5pm
  • • Weekend Mass: Sun & Sat
(956) 723-6954
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San Agustin Cathedral
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  • • Confessions
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(956) 722-1382
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St. Peter the Apostle Church
  • • Sacraments
  • • Weddings
  • • Ministry To Sick & Elderly
(956) 723-6301
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Things To Do in Laredo, TX

Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra

Stop by for a beautiful symphony with the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra. The Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra features collaborations with Texas A&M International University's Chamber Orchestra of Laredo and the Laredo Philharmonic Chorale. Enjoy an evening set to the music of Laredo-everything from classic renditions to modern interpretations.

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George Washington's Birthday George Washington's Birthday

Brace yourself for this month-long festival. George Washington's Birthday, the largest of its kind since 1898. Special events within the festival include the Society of Martha Washington Colonial Pageant and Ball, the Jalapeno Festival, the Noche de Cabaret, the Princess Pocahontas Pageant and Ball, several parades and a finale of fireworks.

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Jett Bowl North Jett Bowl North

Beginner bowlers and professionals alike are welcome at Jett Bowl North. The newly renovated bowling alley also offers an arcade-style game room, perfect for letting the younger children play while the adults finish up their game. Family and group discounts are also available as are daily specials, and walk-ins are welcome.

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San Augustin Plaza San Augustin Plaza

The historic San Augustin Plaza covers the downtown district that was the original city of Laredo. It contains historical monuments such as the Cathedral of San Agustin, the oldest building in Laredo since 1755, as well as the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum and the Border Heritage Museum. Architecture within the plaza consists of Mission, Spanish Revival and Greek Revival styles.

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