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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 61 Thursday, August 11,2011 ] herald-zeitung.com  To have your event publicized, email plannerOhtraki*  mitiinn rem nr r§|l K.St* T?10fTiS; 2t (?30) 525-514^ SJit  222. Post your events online at heriM-zettung.com  Today  Family and Criminal Law Seminar  When: 6-8 p.m. today Where; McKenna Events Center Contact: RSVP (830) 627-0044 You should know: Free general information session open to the public Basic family and criminal law topics will be covered. Sponsored by Comal County Hispanic Council and presented by Zamora & Schoon, PLLC,  Schultuten Class  When 10 a.m today Where: Sophienburg f^useum,  401 W Coll St.  Contact: (830) 629-1572 or wvmsophienbtirg.com  Coming Up  End-of-Summer Reading Program Party  When: 7 p.m Aug. 12 Where: New Braunfels Public Librarv  Contact: (830) 221-4316  You should know: Concert with Bret Graham, grand prize will be drawn. You must be present to win.  Guenther House Trip Reservation Deadline  When: Aug. 12 Contact: RSVP in person at Bulverde/Spring Branch Library or visit library’s web site You should know; Trip hosted by Friends of the Library Will be to Guenther House and Scobee Planetarium on Oct. 14.  Democratic Women of Comal County Monthly Potluck Luncheon  When: 11:30 a.m. Aug. 12 Where: Tye Preston Memorial Library  Contact: RSVP to  patlann@gvtc.com  or (830) 832-4957  Movie Screenings for Children with Special Needs  When: Aug. 13  Where: Creekside Cinemas  You should know: "Cars" will be  shown July 9, The Smurfs" on July 13. Free child admission with adult tk^et purchase. $1 hot dogs and ice cream.  Hill Country Chorus Presents “Those Were the Times”  When: 7:30 p.m, Aug. 13 Where: New Braunfels Bible Church, 652 Loop 337 Contact-(210) 646-5404 or  www.hillcountrychorus.org  You should know: Featurés HC Chorus, Chapter Quartets, Pleasant Street Quartet and Sterling. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 seniors.  2011 Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament  When: 3 p.m Aug. 13 Where; McKenna Events Center Contact: (830) 625-6954 for raffle tickets or visit   www.nbclrealtors.org  to purchase buy-in.  You should know: $15 for raffle ticket, drawing on Aug. 8.21 years and up.  Bel Cantare Choral Auditions  When: 9 a.m. vo noon Aug. 13  Where: St. George Episcopal Church, 6904 W Avenue, Castle Hills  Contact, rsanders 0 belcantare. net or www.beteantare.net .  You should know: Make an appointment to audition. All male and female voice parts,  Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter, DRT  When:9:30a.m. Aug. 13 Where; Forke Store, Conservation Plaza  Contact: (830) 708-7863 You should know; First meeting of the year. Discuss Disthct VIII workshop the chapter is hosting.  Yard Sale/Bake Sale  When: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 13-14 Where: 456 Roadrunner Ave.  You should know: Help save Babe from kidney disease.  Hermann Sons Annual Picnic  When: Noon Aug. 14  Where: Lodge No. 106,1658 Hwy  46 South  You should know: Catered meal Bring dessert and game prize.  Sunday Afternoon Country Dance  When-3-6:30 p.m. Aug. 14 Where: Geronimo VFW, 6808 N. Hwy 123, Geronimo  City of New Braunfels CERT Foundation  When; 7 p.m. Aug. 14 Where: New Braunfels Fire Training Center, 1311-A Industrial Drive  Contact: (830) 221-5518  New Braunfels Republican Women  When: 11 a.m. Aug 15 Where: Seekatz Opera House Contact: (830) 608-1271 You should know: Lunch served for $10 with RSVP by Aug. 12. Speaker will be Texas Rep. John Kuempel, District 44.  hllM'UDWS  ►    Alice Staats  ►    Monica Halm Mills (36)  ►    Elizabeth Smith Stratemann (31)  roD WS ciiiBs. mki<:tin(;s. si tM’oin (;hoi ps  Knights of Columbus No. 4183 Meeting  When: 7 p.m. second Thursdays Where; KC Hall, 111 Landa St Contact: (830) 625-2279 You should know; Rosary at 7 p.m., Council business meeting at 7;30 p.m.  Velvet Rose Quilters  When 2 p.m. Second and fourth Thursdays Where Vista Village. 263 Loma Vista Contact; Call (830) 625-1202 You should know; For all levels - beginners to experienced  Grief Support Group  When 10:30 a.m second Thursdays Where Gruene Senior Living. 1820 E. Common St  Contact; (210) 734-6300  Comal County Historical Commission  When 5 30 p m second Thursdays Where 152 E Coll St You should know; Everyone interested in history preservation is invited.  Master Naturalists Lindheimer Chapter  When: 7 p.m. third Thursdays Where; County Extension Office, 325 Resource Drive  Contact;  iindheimermn@gmail.com  or  http://txmn.org/lindheimer  You should know; Looking for new members interested in learning more about conservation, preservation and restoration of natural resources. Open to the public, informative and friendly atmosphere. New member classes start in October.  Kinderchor  When: 5:30-6:45 Thursdays Where. Cross Lutheran Church choir room Contact; (830) 620-0369 or hummel69@hot-mail.com  You should know; Edelweiss Kinderchor is a choir for children of all ages that sings German folk songs. New members welcome and knowledge of German not necessary  Art and Creative Expression  When; 9 a.m, to 3 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays Where; River City Advocacy, 145 Landa St. You should know; Art therapy for adults with mental illness. All supplies provided  Free Counseling with an LPC Intern  When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Where: River City Advocacy, 145 Landa St. You should know: Call for appointment. Begins Aug. 24.  Mental Illness Peer Support Group  When: 10-11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Where: River City Advocacy 145 Landa St. You should know: Lean on and give support to peers  2011 Concerts in the Park Series  When: 7:30-10 p.m. Thursdays Where: Landa Park Dance Slab You should know; Aug, 11 Carlton Pride and Mighty Zion,  Quilting/Sewing Group  When: 9-10:30 a.m. Thursdays Where; Comal County Senior Center Contact: (830) 629-4547  Pinochle  When: 12 30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays  Where: Comal County Senior Center, 655 Landa St.  Eagles No. 2999 Bingo  When: 5 p.m. Thursdays  Where: Eagles Hall, 257 E. South St  Contact: Dave McNeil, (830) 629-1965  Canyon Lake Rotary Club  When: Noon Thursdays  Where: Tye Preston Memorial Library  Contact: (830) 964-4744  New Braunfels Noon Lions Club  When: Noon to 1 p.m. Thursdays Where: Senior Center Contact: (830) 237-3157  Kiwanis Club  When: Noon Thursdays  Where: 600 Peace Ave., VFW Post 7110  Contact: (830) 643-4169  Night Time Bingo  When: 7-10 p m. Thursdays Where: Seguin Elks Lodge Contact: (830) 303-5844  New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast     TODAY    FRIDAY    SATURDAY    SUNDAY    MONDAY  i      Hot, heat indexes    1  Partly to mostly    i  Scattered cloud    Hot and humid    Widespread      near 110 degrees    sunny sl<tes |    1 cover        sunshine      104 /77"    101 /76'    103 V 76"    102 /76"    101/76°     CLICK  ë  Temperature  Yesterday s High Low 100 /77 Normal High Low 97 73 Record High 108° in 1947 Record Low    59 in 1989  Precipitation  Yesterday s    o.OO”  Month to Date    o 00"  Avg, Month to Dale    Q 66'  Year to Dale    7 24"  Avg Year to Date    21 86"  Departure from Avg    -14 62“  TerricK-Mt.i'i- flnd prftjp.ation as of /HSte'Odv trorri Ne* B'auntels arpoit         Almanac          Levels/Flows    8/10    Change          Edwards Aquifer (ft)    643,6    f/- 0 Ô          Comal Springs (cfs)    165 0    4 3    Today  Friday      Canyon Dam    8/10    Change    Saturday      Inflow    nia    rVa          OutflowiGudci pe R at Satiien 66    +/-0          Lake Level    902,7    -0 05    Full      NBU Pumping Report        Aug. 13  A      Millons        Millons          8 10 of gallons 8,10 of gallons    New Aug, 29      Surface water 5,417    Ground water    6397     Updated forecasts; www,srh,noaa,gov Type “city, state" or zip code into space provided and click “go” button,  Sun and Moon  Sunrise Sunset Moonrlse    Moonsef  6:58 AM 8:17 PM 6:52 PM    4:54 AM  6:58 AM 8:16 PM 7:30 PM    5:53 AM  6:59 AM 8:15 PM 8:05 PM    6:51AM  Pollen Counts  Grass    n/a  Last A ug 21  n/a  n/a  First Sep 4  Tree  Weeds Pollen counts courtesy of Central Texas Allergy and Asttima  Forecast Map  Coastal Forecast and Tides  Port Aransas    Galveston  TcxJay Tomorrow Saturday    Today Tomorrow Saturday  87°/83" 88'^/84° 87° / 83°  Today s Wind SSE at 15 to 25  Today 's Tides 1st High 1st Low 2nd High 2nd Low  Port Aransas 4 17 AM 7 34 PM none none Galveston    3 ,36 A'vl )0 10AM 1M9AM 7 59 PM  90^^^/83 90°/83° 89 80° Today s Wind: Sat15to25  Maps and FotecasI Produced by  %  WWW dayweather.com Cheyenne. 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