New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 29, 1991, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 29, 1991

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Issue date: Friday, November 29, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas EntertainmentFriday. November 29. 1991    HerM-Zltung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Page    7Christmas lights OutrV about ' TV '. - V- Vy , 'X WI • Jik WrVV.\ is, * ■v    J <    V .    nam .-*    • :    ?. I    Vt u fcj ; 3 J- • ■--nil J, e ~ •> I ti'.' V- \ a Twinkling Christmas lights reflect in the San Antonio River during the holiday Holiday River Festival, which runs through Dec. 31. Candlelight outlines the River Walk at sundown during Fiesta de las Luminaries, held two weekends in December. Luminaries are made by placing lighted candles in paper sacks partially filled with sand. Gruene ‘Gemutlichkeit’ The Gruene Merchants Association plans to keep the German tradition of “Gemutlichkeit” alive with the Gruene Christmas Market Days. On Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 7 and 8 from IO a.m. until 6 pjn. a special arts and crafts tent will display unique handmade gift items from over 80 vendors. The 23 shops and restaurants in the historic district as well as food vendors, special entertainment, hayrides and photos with Cowboy Kringle will make the festival fun for the entire family and a good opportunity to get Christmas shopping done. In conjunction with the festival market days, Gruene Hall will feature music on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and a special dance on Saturday evening with Wayne Toups and the Zydecajuns. For more information call 629-5077. Weekend entertainment Local entertainment on tap for this weekend includes: • County Line Band (country) from 9 p.m.-l am. Saturday at the Watering Hole Saloon. • R J. Verette (country and variety) from 9 pjn.-l am. Saturday at the Prickly Pear at Holiday Inn. • Ponty Bone & the Squee/nones from 4-8 p.m. Sunday (no cover) at Gruene Hall. KMP ijmvVV* Man HL    r    . Friday, November 29 , 8*12* 100 Domestic Beer 8-11 No Broken Hearts Rock n Roll Saturday, November 30 , 9-1 County Line Band Country ’MO OIB McQueeney Pa. X—I HWY «1 « American Heart Association ll BAVARIAN VILLAGE RESTAURANT invites you and your family to a University sets Yuletide celebration SAN MARCOS — The Southwest Texas State University Department of Music presents a Yuletide celebration at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. I in the University Performing Arts and Conference Center. The program will be a voice recital featuring mezzo-soprano Peggy Brunner and baritone Harry Wayne. Piano accompaniment will be provided by Dr. John Charles Schmidt. Many selections to be performed, some for the first time, were composed by Harry Wayne, a graduate of Juilliard School of Music, and include lyrics in French and Spanish. Brunner is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. Schmidt is a graduate of New York University. Admission is $2 or $ I for students. Suburban Commando Hub Hogan Fri. Sat. Sun. 2:00 4:00 7:00 9:00 Mon. thru Thurs. 5:00 7:00 9:00 SCHWARZENEGGER Frl. Sat. Sun. 2:00 4:30 7.00 9:30 Mon. thru Thura 4:30 7:00 9:30 RP!! WALNUT 6 629-6400 111 35 and Walnut Ave. Bargain Matinees Indicated by ( ) WI IHI > Is Kl IAI IV! Cl* •sa WED THRU SUN (1:10 3:10 5 IO) 7:10 9:10 WED IMMU SUN g(1 IS I ll 8 It) 7 ll Kl WI ti . Nun . JttMLA IN NIM) Nom I AMU CAFI HAR WED THRU SUN (200 4 30) 7 OO 030 DAN ACKROYD J AMK KE CUR IIS MY GIRL m MACAUL AY CUI KIN ^ WED THRU SUN (1:30 3 30 5 30) 7:30 9:30 look Out Amoftco puiirCw ^--  D    m WED THRU SUH (I 20 3 JO 9 20) 7 20 9 JO WES CRAVEN S An AMtH TNI OHL SHOWING ONIV IMS LUKAN | 2 K C HALL - Seguin (eiu years irz- trot, ‘    *> Him outs WEST mu THRU SUN (IOO 300 IOO) 7 00 9 00 Timet pod 11/27 tin I I/SO Tuesday Discount Night $2 OO Except as noted uall 9:00 to 1:00 with the QOOLAKS Scats Reserved All sales final $10 per person O -a • Box office open every Sat from 3:00 to 7:00 thru Dec. 21. , LANDA ‘ STATION I ^Y**rTAUIlArrr * “J? * *    J)\ 629-3311 1 . For To Go CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE Sunday, December 1st 3:00 - 6:00 PM Rain or Shine I arra'aa*'." 11/29 Friday night BC Smith & Breeze 9:30« 11/30 Saturday night BC Smith Jam Session 1:30 DRY CREEK BAR Take 35 S. to frit 183 Sobm At SoltTIS te STL1bImS* *** Qyg” 3:00 Pm to 2:00 lim I ' -so    c-.    ^✓ Wv V- op    * OPEN SUNOAY ■a a PU Steak & Shrimp 5.95 Sat. & Sun. Lg. Shrimp . 4. LIVE MUSIC by NB Village Brass Band & SPJST Youth Choir DOOR PRIZES! 212 W. Austin St. 625-6815 INTRODUCES South-Ekist Asian Delicacies Cho Glo    L3ecf    and    Idee Noodle Soup ^    ^    Vietnamese    Spring    Roll    ,n    ^    Ik;rf Stock s2.50    *3.95 Buon Bo Xao    Bison Cho Glo Beef-Le mon-Grass with    Spring Roll with Rice Rice Noodles and Herbs    Noodles    and    Herbs *3.95    *3.95 •Served Friday, Saturday A Sunday only 625-1542 To Go Orders Welcome Lunch Si Dinner Specials Daily Thurtdiy Nov. 28th * CLOSED Fndiv Nov 29th 8 lo 12 No Cover LILLIAN STANFIELD Saturday Nov.XWi i lo 5 No Cover DANNY McCOY RUSTY WIER Sunday Dec. IST 4 lo 8 No Cover PONTY BONE & THE SQLEEZETONES Cruet* Historic District-625-0142 Plate Lunch SPECIAL *3.99 Salad Bar 50 extra Drink Separate Served between 11:30 un 2:30 pm Monday-Pork Chops in Brown Gravy and Rice Tuesday-Liver and Onlons-Home Pries Wednesday-Baked Chicken and Dressing Thursday-Meat Loaf and Mashed Potatoes Friday-Whiting- Coleslaw- French Fries Choice of Vegetable. Texas Toast or Coca Maffias Chicken Fried Steak Monday Thru Friday $3.99 Mashed Potatoes or French Fries. Vegetable Every Friday Seafood Buffet 6.99 Adults 6.49 Seniors 3.99 Children 12 8t Under J155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels • 625-920Gfr SA NT I KOS E S Proudly Announces the Grand Opening of the ROLLING OAKS 6 THEATRES Now Showing I American • Tail 2: J Fievel Goes West t Vt ‘ROILING OAKS •2 At / •I HUMPH' III N ft First-Run movies ti State-of-the-Art projection systems ft 6 Auditoriums featuring Dolby Stereo Surround Sound ft Fresh hot popcorn and Ice-cold drinks ft Flush seats with cupholder armrests 2nd level* Rolling Oaks Mall near the F< El! I". ■ £-7 'C This Weekend! The Holiday Shopping Sho\ you'Oe been Waiting forI Unique Si Quality Handcrafted Holiday Decorations and Gifts W ‘ 7L Keo) 8raunfds\^M/\ Ninth Annual wbft® CHRISTMAS SHOWCASE if Arts & Oaf iW BRAUNFELS* CIVIC CEN i.i NEW BRAUNFELS’ CIVIC CENTER I* One* Dollar "offVA NOV. 30 & DEC. I On Purchase of $26 * or * Bat*-IO AM * 6 PM 8lUI* • IO AM * 0 PW* more at participating J    -    Admission: exhibitors only.    « rlOHty OI    Under 13 — free Luuit oui) coupon pur cu»u>m»r • —-    n « «    laA rv.— WO HA .tfUA'ttl..../F«e Parking u*o~- w» ;

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