January 28, 2013 – Unveiling of the Three Rivers History Book, Reflections and Anticipation at the Annual Meeting and Banquet of the Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce, Three Rivers School Cafeteria.
February 23, 2013 – “100 Years of the Arts and Collecting in Three Rivers.” Fine arts, practical arts and collecting including a display of glass containers from the Three Rivers Glass Factory, spurs and guns to name a few. There will be a showing of oil, watercolors and other media by present and past artists. First State Bank. Chair persons : Drusanne Hunter, Rose Dove- Burch, Stephanie Harris, Gene Coquat, and Roberta Dobie.
April 6, 2013 – A special centennial edition of the 14th Annual Three Rivers Salsa Festival. including planting of the centennial oak on the town square complete with brass plaque describing type and size on date of planting. Texas Forest Service might assist with a tree. Both on the town square.
June 14-15, 2013 – Centennial Flower and Plant Show showing the finest in flowers, plants, fruits and vegetables grown in the Three Rivers areas sponsored by the Garden Club. Gurwitz Center.
July 6-7, 2013 will be “Big Bang Weekend” consisting of a Three Rivers Homecoming, a concert featuring a big name performer and a fireworks display. School Rd. – North of the swimming pool.
September 15, 2013 – “Sing a Song about Three Rivers”. An original musical drama by the Three Rivers combined choir including songs from 100 years ago, World War I, the depression, World War II to modern times. Written and directed by Jimmy Conn. Three Rivers Schools Auditorium. Chair Person Patty Reagan, Peggy Benham
October (Date to be determined) Display of “hand made”quilts. First State Bank. Chairperson: Diana Kuenstler.
December 2, 2013– Christmas on the Square with a Centennial touch - an antique Santa suit, a display of Santa Dolls through the year, a display of Christmas at home in Three Rivers and some antique toys. On Dibrell Street behind City Hall. Chair Person Rita Arnst
December 28, 2013 – Goodbye to the first 100 years of Three Rivers and look ahead to 2114 with Peter C Bishop, Ph.D, professor of Future Studies at the University of Houston speaking on “Do Small Texas Towns Have A Future?” This will be a town hall meeting at the Three Rivers School Auditorium. Chair Person Carmelita Moreno