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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 14 II HeraldZsttunfll Friday March New Braunfels Sesquicentennial Calendar of Events MtfCh 21FOUNDEftS1 DAY Fttyw breakfast at wtth not nttgibus speaker Or Bruce Uutori CoPastor of the Crystal Catrudra in Afrntoston March 21BOOKSIGNING PAR noon at Flmt Protrttant Church In the new Family Ufa Center Dr Bnjce Larson will attend a book signing party INareh 21FOUNDERS DAY WORSHIP SERVICEOr Bruce Lar son wiH preach at the service at First Protestant Church Warch 26TANZFE8T DANC6 at Eagles Hall Parade of flags and German costumes Germanstyle dance music by Seven Dutchmen orchestra ExhWtton lances by five member groups of the German FoHdance Association of Texas Spe cial dance ceremony to honor original German settlers of Comal County Lim ited number of tickets Advance At the door Sponsored by Deutscher Volkstanzverband Texas New Braunfels German Foikdancere March 2630TH ANNUAL AND FINAL REUNION OF RURAL SCHOOLS OF COMAL GUADALUPE AND HAYS COUN Exstudents teachers of approximately 75 defunct rural schools and guests win gather at the Knights of Columbus Hall Registration 200 followed by dancing to the Tbmmle Vanek Band from No food will be served Refreshments wHt be available for pur chase School memorabilia will be on display Special program and recog nition of attendees Nominal admis sion fee April 1GRUENE 10K 10 Kilometer run in Gruene Historic DIs Maln Plaza April TAG AND KAF FEKLATSCHSponsored by VFW and Auxiliary Post noon at VFW Post at 600 Peace Ave German music and singing domi noes skat target shooting horseshoe pitching bean bag toss etc Available will be Wurst Brot sausage Koch Kaese auf Roggenbrot cooked cheese on rye Kaffee Kuohen coffee cake and more April 20EVENING OF GERMAN German American Society will sponsor an evening of entertainment at the New Braunfels Civic Center beginning at The pianist Horst Schonbeck will play and the Folksdance Group from New Braunfels will perform Also from Braunfels Germany Is a popular band who will play for the audiences listening pleasure After the show the audience can meet the performers at a reception at the New Braunfels Civic Center at April 21NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1945 50TH at the Senior Cit izens Center April 21HIGH SCHOOL CLASS ES 19461951 REUNION 5 April 1 TOUR OF HISTORIC by Knights of Columbus Council 4183 Proceeds benefit the Childrens Shelter and Habi tat for Humanity each day donation April 8EASTER EGG HUNT Sponsored by the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Wuests and New Braunfels Parks Department A city wide Easter Egg Hunt at am at the Gazebo in Lands Park April 9TRAIL RIDE FROM INDI ride leaves from Indi anola on a 1week trip to New Braun fels 4 April ON THE Arts Theatre will present the heritage drama Orphans on the Guadalupe at the theatre in Landa Park Shows at on April benefit and 30 matinee on April 22 23 April FRIDAY RELI GIOUS SERVICESCommunitywide service in conjunction with the New Braunfels Ministerial Alliance Held at First Protestant Church beginning at April THE GUADALUPE riders v from Indianola will cross the Guadalupe t River on Business 35 at then continue downtown on Seguin Ave to the Civic Center April CERE MONIES OF SESQUICENTENNIAL AND DEDICATION OF and local dignitaries will open the Sesquicentennial festivi ties greeting the trail riders at the Civic Center and unveiling a historical mark er dedicated to all the German settlers that made the long journey from Indi anola r April AL HANDCANCELLATION AT POST Postmasters will have a special handcancellation com memorating the Sesquicentennial cel ebration at the New Braunfels Post Office Special envelopes with the Sesquicentennial logo on them will also be available April Sponsored by the New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein April 16EASTER SUNDAY SUN RISE service for all denominations wiH take place on the April 22SESQUICENTENNIAL at the parade route will wind through down town New Braunfels and conclude In Prince Solms Park April 22BARBECUE LUNCH IN LANDA huge barbecue lunch will be served from at the Wurstfest grounds in Landa Park following the parade April BBQ cookoff and tasting on the Wurst fest grounds along the Comal River in Landa Park at April 22ENTERTAINMENT IN THE variety of musical entertainment and games will take place during the afternoon In Landa Park Brass Band in the Market Platz fest on the Wurstfest grounds at Area 10 in Landa Park Band on the Dance Slab in Landa Park Armored Band in the Market Platz on the Wurstfest grounds Brass Band in the Market Platz High School Band on the Dance Slab Folk lorico at Area 10 in Landa Park Country Band on the Dance Slab on the Wurstfest grounds heritage drama Orphans on the Guadalupe will be presented at the Circle Arts Theatre in Landa Park on the Wurstfest grounds band at Area 10 in Landa Park Moon band Band on the Wurstfest grounds Seven Dutchmen on the Wurstfest grounds on the Wurstfest grounds Organ from Germany on the Dance Slab Antonio Youth Orchestra on the Dance Slab will play through fireworks April FIREWORKS huge fireworks display will take place over Landa Lake in Lan da Park at dusk April ing at entertainment on the Wurstfest grounds along the Comal River in Landa Park Dance in the evening in the Wursthalle following the fireworks April POLE TO BE DED GermanAmerican Soci ety of New Braunfels will erect a Maibaum May Pole in front of the Wurstfest grounds on Landa Street depleting the first 150 years of New Braunfels1 history April 24COMAL COUNTY BLACK HERITAGE DISPLAYBlack heritage biographies on display at the Sophlenburg Memorial Museum April OF HIS TORICAL Springs Chap ter of the National Society Colonial Dames of the XVII Century will dedicate the Sophlenburg Museum site as one of significant and historical value May 6KINDERMASKEN parade through downtown with over 100 years of tra dition May 6 ANNUAL FOLK celebrating New Braunfels1 heritage and culture on grounds of Conservation Plaza and Museum of Texas Handmade Furni ture Tours of historic buildings demon strations by artisans and craftsmen food furnituremaking games etc Sponsored by New Braunfels Conser vation Society Sophlenburg Museum and the Heritage Society of New Braun fels Admission fee May LEGION POST SKAT at 410 W Coll Street 80 hands played according to the Texas State Skat League rules to commemorate the pioneers participation In the game of skat which was brought over by Ger man Immigrants May SYMPHONY ANNUAL POPS Ing the Sesquicentennial at in the New Braunfels Civic Center The program will Include Stars and Stripes Armed Forces Buglers and New Braunfels and Canyon High School Bands will be invited to join the orchestra for the 1812 Overture by Tschaikowsky May ANNUAL HUM MELFESTCelebration of Sister Hummers birthday HummelMarkt sec ondary market dealers and crafts peo ple Hummel Family Reunion barbe cue and dance Friday May Saturday May 20 Sunday May 21 Special Sesquicentennial Mass on Sunday May 21 at May MASS TO HONOR VETERANS OF ALL by the American Gl Forum Gregorio Coronado Womens Chapter of New Braunfels At Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at June CELE Heritage Families of Comal County have organized a dinner and dance from midnight in the New Braunfels Civic Center Aug OF SEELE TREE AND the Sophienburg Museum Sponsored by the Retired Teachers Association SEPT 26OCT 1COMAL COUN TY of Texas oldest and largest fairs with exhibits carnival rodeo and entertainment Admission fee Comal County Fairgrounds Oct TEXANISCHES Public Concert at at Saenger halle 187 Saur Hosted by the New Braunfels Gemischter Chor Har monie Admission fee Nov centennial edition of Wurstfest Annual event rich in German culture and full of Texas fun Music food dancing arts crafts sporting events historical and cultural exhibits Nov Relive a moment of New Braunfels history as you browse at the elaborate display of New Braunfels heritage New Braunfels Civic Center Nov AT THE annual Hummel fig urine lookalike contest at Nov WURSTFEST SER service emphasiz ing New Braunfels German heritage held at during Wurstfest In the Wursthalle Nov 21COMMUNITY THANKS GIVING at the New Braunfels Civic Center with all New Braunfels and Comal County Christian congregations participating Dec CANDLELIGHT by the New Braun fels Conservation Society the Heritage Society of New Braunfels and the Sophienburg Museum and Archives Dec ditional community sing Sponsored and coordinated by a separate group Dec 52ND ANNUAL WEIH party cel ebrating the Eve of St Nicholas Feast Day Tree decorating singing Lebkuchenhaus Gingerbread house contest Infant of Krumbad procession Dec CANDLE LIGHT TOUR OF eral New Braunfels churches to host open house music Seafood Buffet We now offer 9 larger variety on our delicious allyoucan eat seafood each Friday 640pm Seniors Children J2 under HANDERA DOWNS YpU can pick winners AND WELL SHOW YOU HOW1 and LIVE RACING Live race season Marcli August 20 every Saturday Sunday Monday Holidays 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