July Events


Pick up a new Ford from Johnson Brothers Ford and then enjoy several events in and around Temple. Concerts and events for children keep both parents and children from being bored for the whole summer. There’s even a beard brawl fundraiser for the veterans.

Brady Honeycutt in Temple

On July 22, 2016 at 9:00 p.m., head over to Bo’s Barn, 4984 West Fm 93 in Temple to enjoy the Brady Honeycutt concert. If you enjoy George Strait, you’ll enjoy Brady Honeycutt as his music is compared to the “real” country music from earlier eras.

Kids First Aid Course for Parents

On July 23, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., head over to the Historic Santa Fe Depot, 315 W. Avenue B in Temple for the Kids First Aid Course for Parents. This course is given by paramedics and it teaches young parents and caregivers how to treat 10 of the most common emergencies involving children.

Cen-Tex Beard Brawl in Harker Heights

On July 25, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., head over to The Twisted Wrench, 524 E. Veteran’s Memorial Boulevard, Harker Heights, Texas, 76548 for the 1st Annual Cen-Tex Beard Brawl. The host is Lion’s Mane Beard Club. This year’s brawl has a WWE theme. Add to the fun by dressing up as your favorite WWE superstar. Ticket prices include two raffle tickets. Proceeds go to the Disabled American Veterans. Judges include Quinton Cat Fish Crocker and Michael Stroup.

Brandon Rhyder in Belton

On July 21, 2016 at 8:00 p.m., head over to Schoepf’s BBQ, 702 E. Central Avenue, Belton, Texas, 76513 to see Brandon Rhyder in concert. If you love country music, this is a ‘can’t miss’ event.

Visit Johnson Brothers Ford

Stop by Johnson Brothers Ford to test drive a new Ford and to learn more about your favorite model’s convenience, entertainment, safety and security features. If you are not ready for a new vehicle yet, give our Ford service department a call to schedule an appointment for maintenance for your current vehicle.

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