New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 16, 1993, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 16, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 6-A ■Herakl-Zeitung ■ Tuesday, June 15,1993 Arts and entertainment Schlitterbahn schedules Cardboard Boat Classic Layne Hendrick’s Mighty Band of Poets... He’s not one of a kind, thank goodness. There art probably quite a few teachers in both of our school districts who encourage the gift of literary expression. I just happen to know about Layne and his enthusiasm for bringing out the poet in Students at Canyon Middle School. I know school’s been out for over two weeks now, but I was recently given a copy of The Jag, CMS’s litenuy magazine, Under Hendrick’s sponsorship, twenty-eight young minds created a work of written and illustrative art for which they can be proud. Four of those blossoming poets were Gold, Silver, and Bronze medalists in the New Braunfels Arts Council’s Poetry Contest this past April. Kudos to Layne Hendrick, and all those teachers who whet the appetites for beauty and truth Another Mighty Band .. This time it’s the musical variety. Our own Community Band, thirty-five strong, led by NBMS Assistant Principal, Ken McGuire. These teachers are doing all kinds of good things, aren’t they! Arts Council rep and band member, Henry Garza, talked excitedly about their upcoming concert this Thursday, and about McGuire’s dynamic leadership. I’m supposed to be at work at the theatre tomor-[ row night, but I may just slip out at 7 p.m. to head for the Landa Park dance slab to 11 do something very therapeutic. Sit on a JI park bench and listen to the sounds of Elizabeth Elliott Spotlight on . I summer, singing through a horn. Bet you could use a little therapy, too. The Art League, at it again ... If you noticed their story in last Wednesday’s edition, maybe you don’t need a reminder. Then again, if you’re as forgetful as I am, it won’t hurt to jog your memory about the Art League’s Artistic Outreach, happening from 9:30 a.m. to I pm. this Saturday, June 19, at the Ait Center Gallery in Walnut Square. Betty Clair will teach us how to do pastels, Pat Deltz will wave her watercolor wand, and Elaine Felder (brave soul!) will do the honors with stained glass. She doesn’t know what a mess I can make of it! It’s your chance, too, to dabble in the visual arts, for free, and you get to take home whatever you create. There’s a frightening thought! Sandy, Annie’s big yellow dog . Her real name is too long for this column, but her nickname is Asti (pronounced Ah-stee), which I suspect is short for Asti Spumante, the champagne of Italian winesThat’s appropriate, considering that the dog we found for our summer musical, "Annie” is a Spinoni, a pedigree Italian bird dog. Of course, to us, she’s just a big, lovable, intelligent, sweet-faced, remarkable, four legged actor, who’s a pushover for a gaggle of little girls telling her bow wonderful she is. The question is: when the show ends, with the sound of applause ringing in her floppy earn, will Asti be able to lead just a dog’s life again? S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A. ... I dare you to try to say that! It’s easier to say the whole unabbreviated name! Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America. This melodious group meets weekly on Mondays at 7:30 pm., at First Baptist Church, 733 Ctosb St. If you need more information, call 608-9t68. Meanwhile, warm up your pipes. They probably need you. A blackbird dancing ... i find “artists’’ everywhere! The other morning, driving slowly through the park, I saw a grackle dancing! He was! I’ve seen birds hop a little before taking off, and I’ve seen them run, but this shiny, black fellow was twisting playfully, obviously enjoying himself, probably courting the shyer lady bird nearby. He was so comical, he made me laugh, and I needed to. An unexpected gift. Keep a lookout for yours. Artistic Outreach    - with Elaine Fe kl ar. The outreach la open to all from agee 12 and up, free of charge, and partlclpanta take home their cr aet Iona. Participating In the recant Artlet Ic Outreach ware Marge Tram bath, teated, and Ann Harris showing the results of a pastel mini workshop lad by Batty Clair. Another Artistic Outreach la scheduled for Saturday, Juna 19 from 9:30 a.m. to I p.m. at the Arts Cantar located at 646 Walnut Square. Sponsored by the New Braunfels Arts League, mini workshops will Include pastels with Betty Clair, watercolor with Pat Paltz and stained glass 'T ELVIS V SIGHTED! COMING SOON TO NEW BRAUNFELS (.ll I HOOKS /WAH AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6.00 PM $3.00 Times good 6/11 thru 6/17 Watch This Spacey . ARTE V. ; Saturday LIBERTY BAND * a * * 262 Jahn St 625-9716 A 620-6692 JURASSIC ■ PARK kvjJ DAILY 12 00 2:30 5 00 7:30- 10 00 JERICA wily WMOOM GCADttBG TO LANSON BOI 7:15 9:48 No 2 15 Show lhuf»day_ Mike with 1:00 3:065:10 na 7:10 9:10 CLIFFHANGER I STALLONE! on DAILY 2004 30 7 00930 DAVE .KEVIN KLINE - I DAILY 12 45 2 50 5:00 7:10 9 20 SUVER DAILY 12 40 300 5:10 ,1,    720    9    40 m iwm i • mm 1/2 Price Burgers Wed. After 5pm Kids 5 6 under set tree from child menu Frozen Rift *2* till 7 p.m. Live Entertuimnenl 11 ie, At    VrfigttMlVf, BRAUNTEX 625-441 I 290 W San Antonio $100 ALL SHOWS $100 Times good 6/11 thru 6/17 They're rough... DAlY They're tough... **>♦* ’THE SANDLOT" (po> Burt Reynolds DA. Y •COP AND 2104 10 A HALF" (so) 7109 ,0 NEW SERVICE MOVIE PHONE 620-HOTT SonShine Singers of Illinois to perform in New Braunfels Everyone is invited to attend a conceit by the SonShine Celebration Singers of Zion Lutheran Church of Bethalto, Illinois. The conceit is scheduled for Saturday, June 19 at 7 pm. at the Cross Lutheran Church. Closet boot designers who have what it takes to make a unique boat out of cardboard can win up to $1,000 in Schlitterbahn Waterpark’s Fourth Annual Cardboard Bos! Classic. Applicants must register by Wednesday, June 30, to be eligible for the event which will be begin at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 4, in Schlitterbahn’s Lagoon Pool in the Das Lagune section of the park. There will be two new divisions added this year, according to Schlitterbahn’s Director of Marketing Jana Faber — a children’s division and a corporate division. The child with the most original boat will receive four season passes to Schlitterbahn. The second place winner will receive two season passes, and the third place winner will win four all-day passes to the park. Faber said adult entries will be piloted across the Lagoon Pool by one or two crew members. The hand-made boats, which can be up to ten feet long V and eight feet wide, must be made entirely of cardboard with taped or caulked r seams. In the adult Vi division, cash pnzes will be awarded for T the most original r boats. The top prize lr is $1,000, second y/ place is $S00 and $250 will be awarded for third place. The contestant with the fastest boat will win four Schlitterbahn season passes and a free two-night stay at one of the Schlitterbahn resorts. The second place race winner will receive four season passes and third place will receive four allday passes. In the corporate division, one prize will be awarded for the most original floating boat. The winning firm will receive IOO Schlitterbahn tickets for a company picnic at the park. Contestants must submit a registration form to San Antonio radio station KSMG or Austin station KKMJ by June 30. The entry forms and complete contest details can be obtained from either station. For details on the race, contact KSMG, 8930 Four Winds, Suite 500, San Antonio, 78239,212-646-0105; or KKMJ, 4301 West Bank Drive, Building B, Suite 305, Austin,78746,512-327-9595. — submitted photo Jamb Pantarmuabl tings “Tomorrow” to Sandy, aJ(.a. Asti, In a acana from “Annie”, tbs family musical opening July 1 at the Circle Arts Theatre. A benefit performance la scheduled for July 8 for th# Children’s Museum. No paaaea are redeemable. Tickets for all shows are on eats now at Chlna-n-Thlngs In Lands Plaza or can 629-6635. Jan's Van Tours June 17-19 No Duro Canyou-Tcm* Tiodafle* Outdoor Pi genii 3 Nie • 4 C«yi June 20 Return of Tem Pi gent June 22 k 27 'Annie Oet Your Gun* June 24-26 The Tem Fnckngie’ PLUS Granbury Open Home 210-629-5279 Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 396-7188 San Marcos Thursday 6/17 - Bounty Hunters Friday 6/18 - O.M. Brown and the Rowdy Cowboys Saturday 6/19 - Quarter Moon WALNUT 6 629-6400 SUMMER KID SHOWS THURSDAYS 1:00 PM ALL SEATS SI.OO THIS WEEKS SHOW "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS" 2 © © 1st Annual Hill Country Summerfcst June 18, 19, 20 Announcing an event so big - one weekend may not hold it all! Fredericksburg and Stonewall have rolled three of their favorite attractions into one magnificent weekend -Hill Country Sui merfcst 1993! Country Peddler Show™ - Gillespie Count/ Fairgrounds Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo - Stonewa'i Pari-Mutuel Horse Racing - Gillespie County Fairgrounds Pari-Mutuel horse racing pest time 1 pm • J .ne 19 4 20 • Quarter Horse of Texas Sale Co • Futurity • added money • Trials June 19. Finals: July 4 • Derby • Tnais June 20 Finals July 3 12 races scheduled for each day! Join us... © ._ rn. » Gillespie    flountj Where The Feeling Is Pari-Mutuel! Gillespie County Fairgrounds • Hwy 16 South Fredericksburg, TX 73624 • 210-997-2359    Q Get ready for Texas in the Spring WlLDFLOWERS OF TEXAS • Best-selling field guide covering 378 species • Written by Geyata Ajilvsgi, one of the state's leading botanists • Easy-to-use-with descriptions opposite each color photo • 414 color coded pages for quick identification with 378 beautiful photos $12.95 WlLDFLOWERS TEXAS by ( \|ilvs);i Herald-Zeitung 707 Lands St. 625-9144 Priscilla Says... %/ She Plans lo Attend! I Cl 1 SALE LE T. 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