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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 7A Arts Entertainment Best THIS WEEK 15th Annual Dinner With The Arts on tap Sunday The 15th Annual Dinner With The Arts will be held Sunday beginning at 5 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Special performances and awards presentations will take place Deadline to purchase tickets is today They may be obtained from the chamber of commerce Gifts and Glitter ChinaN Things and the New Braunfels Art Gallery V Landa Station 381 Landa St 629 3311 Thursday songwriters night hosted by Al Barlow Saturday Hat Trick ix Solms City Limits Solms Rd at FM 482 6060277 Thursday Karaoke Night High Voltage Friday Southern Touch Saturday High Voltage Gruene Hall 1281 Gruene Rd Saturday Walt Lewis 1 to 5 Sunday The Forrest Jordan Band 48 no cover OAces Cantina Patio Corner of River Road Huaco Springs Road Thursday Chris Judy Friday Southern Star Saturday Painted Pony Palace 16845 I35 south Schertz Wednesday closed Thursday closed Friday Texas Music Company 9 to 1 Saturday Texas Music Company 9 to 1 v Edgewater at Comal Park 899 7841 2491 Canyon Lake Forest Dr Thursday shuffleboard tournament Friday Snake Boy Johnson Yellowrock Saloon 3413 Hunter San Marcos 5123967188 Wednesday Cross Roads Thursday Branded Heart Friday Quarter Moon Saturday Texas Nights Treetops Restaurant 404 E San Antonio St 6258677 Every Saturday night True Diversity jazz from to j The Shanty Corner of FM 306 FM 2673 Canyon Lake Thursday 9 to Jamm Night Saturday night Jokester 10 to 2 Barrys Under Pass Saloon 904 S Seguin 6251223 Wednesday night is karaoke night Jamm Session hosted by Kurt Herbold of Quarter Moon Thursday Crossroads Friday Crossroads jCibolo Creek Country Club 8640 E Evans Road 6516652 Friday 6th Annual Formal with Marsha Ball Saturday hree ART OF THE A T T E R Here we go again baby with the bathwater JUST COMMON SENSE The commodity mentioned above seems to be in short supply these days Oh I suppose I shouldnt say these since for more centuries than not we descendants of Adam and Eve have given great validity to Shake speares puckish line What fools these mortals be And a vast number seem to be located in the august bodies on the Potomac Case in point Lets do away with the National Endowment for the Arts altogether rather than carefully monitor its grants but KEEP wasting BILLIONS of dollars in lob bied defense spending many items of which become obsolete in far less than a After all money spent on people to make music instead of war to create beautiful art to provide meaningfii dialogue in theatre and things just serve to pro voke thought alleviate stress and make us look at each other with new understanding in our eyes Who wants that On the other hand lets spend exorbitant amounts on small pieces of hardware to build Elizabeth Elliott the structures of defense that sit in huge hangars and warehouses in case of until the zoom of technological advances soon makes them useless Smart ALL OF IT NEEDS CAREFUL STEW ARDSHIP Every household in this coun try would be bankrupt if it paid so little attention to its operating budget National defense is a must it be so debtincreasingly wasteful The Arts are essential not only for the growth of our humaneness but also for the positive results of creative problemsolving Does that mean we should grant pieces of work that are obscene or insulting to religious beliefs I dont think so Is is too simplistic to not throw away the bad and keep the good Do we really have to toss the poor baby out AGAIN LETS TAKE PBS Id sure hate to do without it Masterpiece Theatre Covert Bailey Bill Moyers Sesame Street concerts by Pavarotti Domingo and Carrera and ALL kinds of brainstimulating programs I confess I dont know if PBS could survive on private sector funding alone They say it cant The new forces on the hill say it can Its scary to take the risk of public broad casting going belly up to prove a point It may seem naive to suggest it but couldnt some sort of failsafe measure be imple mented whereby the NEA could make up the shortfall AFTER any PBS subsidiary had made every documented effort to pro vide its own total revenue I dont have a degree in Economics or Political Science and it may take those to confuse issues but its devoutly to be wished that Objective Practicality replace the Control Syndrome WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY You make a mistake if you think this mes sage comes from a Democrat I have a healthy suspicion of labels and insist upon marching even with canes to my own drummer And I was raised in a very conser vativeNew England family Specific honest my cup of tea And neither party has a comer on that market Dont wait until our quality of life is diminished to the necessities of mere exis tence LIFE requires more than bread Let your voice be heard firmly Write your representatives in the next few days BEFORE they vote to abolish things that are precious to us That line from the old folk song Where Have All the Flowers Gone keeps running through my will they ever will they ever learn Elizabeth Elliott is a guest columnist for the HeraldZeitung writing exclusively about the arts and Rumors opens Feb 2 Cookie Carol Bissett howls from a back spasm as Claire Joy Lindsey Lenny Bob Byxbee and Chris Cathy Clark offer their solicitous help in a scene from the Neil Simon comedy RUMORS opening at Circle Arts Theatre on February 2 There will be two benefit performances one on Feb 5 at for the local Cancer Society and one on Feb 9 at for the League of Women Voters Tickets for all shows are now on sale at ChinanThings For reservations call 6093092 Monday through Saturday noon to only 15th Dinner with the Arts on tap Sunday From staff reports Arts finest hour is about to arrive in New Braunfels as the 15th annual Din ner With the Arts takes place Sunday night beginning at 5 at the New Braunfels Civic Center The event is sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council which includes organizations such as Book Review Club Canyon Lake Art Guild Childrens Museum in New Braunfels Circle Arts Theatre Com munity Band Community Chorale German American Society Hummel Museum JOY Creative Arts Group MidTexas Symphony New Braun fels Music Study Club New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild New Braunfels Art League New Braunfels German Folk dancers Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America and STAGE of Bui verde Tickets for the event are available through today at the chamber of com merce office ChinaNThings Gifts and Glitter and the New Braunfels Art League Gallery Tickets are each or with an Arts Council mem bership Tables of 10 may be reserved by calling GNBAC Treasurer Jim Rice at 6296290 This years event will carry a Sesqui centennial theme 150 and The spotlight of the event is the annu al awards presentations which include the Arts Award Business Award and other special awards The evening will begin with a dis play of visual arts provided by the New Braunfels Art League and Orphans on the Guadalupe with Jamie Pantermuehl Cathy Clark Susan England Kent Davidson Cathy Talcott Joanne Helmke Jane Haas Elizabeth Elliott Al Barlow Barbara Houde and Compania de Folklorica New Braunfels German Folkdancers and Joan Slocums Jazz Troop Design for Youth Art Beat sought from youth artists Young artists take note Design a Tshirt to be used for the Youth Art Beat 95 a Festi val of the Arts to be held Feb 18 25 in the Heart of the his toric downtown New Braunfels The design should have no more than three colors and the deadline is Jan 18 Young artists PreK to 12th grade may compete using one of four themes Public Schools Week Landscape for Learning 2 Downtown Historic New Braunfels The Heart of the City 3 The Sesquicentenni al Cultural Her itage Submit the Tshirt design to your art teacher cultural officer or to the Main Street Office located at 424 S Castell Street in the Municipal Building CISD NBISD The New Braun fels Christian Academy Sts Peter Paul and all home schooled children are invited to participate The design chosen will be used on all Youth Art Beat 95 mate rials The February Arts Festival will display all the students art work throughout historic down town New Braunfels in local businesses The event is sponsored by Main Street in cooperation with NBISD CISD The New Braun fels Christian Academy the New Braunfels Art League the Hum mel Museum and the Childrens Museum Art contest set for local youth The Black Heritage Society of Comal County is having an art contest for the students of Comal and New Braunfels 1SD as one of their activities to kick off the 1995 Sesquicentennial celebra tion The art contest will be held the month of February to honor the accomplishments of Black Amer icans in observance of Black His tory Month Rules 1 Contest is open to all stu dents PreK through 12 We are asking each school to choose their top three winners to compete in the district wide competition 2 Ribbons will be awarded to first second and third place on each of the primary elementary and secondary levels 3 You may use any art mate rials such as crayons marksa lot or glitter 4 Artwork must be done on 22 X 28 poster board 5 Ex Martin L King Harriet Tubman Michael Jackson 6 AH entries must be submit ted to the Chamber of Commerce office located at 390 S Seguin 7 Winners of artwork will be on display in the Texas Com merce Bank for the month of February Ifyou have any questions please contact Kenneth Walker at Oak Run School or Nathan Millett at 6254150 Resounding Winds to play TLC The critically acclaimed saxophone quartet Resounding Winds will demonstrate the great versatility of the saxophone at a concert on Jan 22 at Texas Lutheran College Resounding Winds plays a variety of styles ranging from original and traditional compositions to jazz and ragtime arrangements The concert will begin at in Jackson Auditorium and is the third event in the colleges 199495 Arts Entertainment Series Tickets are and and may be purchased at the Jackson Auditorium box office from 24 Monday through Friday Tickets may be reserved with MasterCard or VISA by calling from 15 Monday through Friday Auditions for Cinderella set for Jan 30 Auditions will be held for the Mis soula Childrens theatre performance of CINDERELLA at the New Braun fels Civic Center on Monday Jan 30 from to Fifty roles are available for local talent and stu dents grades K through 12 are encouraged to audition Rehearsals will begin on Jan 30 following auditions and will continue throughout the week Two perfor mances benefiting the Childrens Museum the scholarship fund of the New Braunfels Art League and other local charities will take place on Sat urday Feb 4 at and at the New Braunfels Civic Cen ter Tickets are available at the Chil drens Museum or during rehearsals at the Civic Center Monday Jan 30 Friday Feb 3 after For further information call Jean Wilson at 6090454 Citywide garage sale The sivdiul annual CilyWiilc Garage Sale sponsored by the Chil drens Museum in New Braunfels is sure to be bigger and better than last year Conic to buy browse or rent a booth for yourself or your organization Booth rental is for one and for each additional on a first come first served basis The sale date is March 5 from 10 to 4 at the Civic Center Sign up for a booth at The Childrens Museum Ifyou would like to donate goods or volunteer to work cull 6200939   

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