Commerce –

Its free music, food, drinks, and prizes tomorrow on the A&M-Commerce campus and everyone is invited. Lionpalooza marks the finales of Lion's Roar week on the university campus, which is meant to welcome students back to school. Live music with local bands starts off around 6pm at the Morris Recreation center. Free popcorn, hotdogs, cotton candy, funnel cake, and soft drinks will be served, as well. From folk songs to modern rock, bands will play throughout the evening until around 10:30. And you can also get the chance to Dunk a Dean with Frank Ashley, deans Joe Webber and Brian Nichols, university police chief Donna Spinato, and basketball coaches Sam Walker and Denny Downing all making good targets. Events are free and open to the public. For more information, call 903.468.3173.