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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Friday, May 10, 1991Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Page 9 Outn' about Feathered friends Western Dance American Legion Post #179, 410 W. Coll St., will host a Western Dance from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight Saturday. Music will be provided by Texas Country Band. For more information, call 625-0179. Water park open Schlittcrbahn, the state’s largest family water park with 65 acres of. tube chutes, river rapids, waters slides, pools and kiddie parks is now open weekends in New Braunfels. The park opens daily May 24 to Augst 25. For more information, call 625-2351. Beethoven Ma if est SAN ANTONIO — The annual Beethoven Maifcst opens at 5 p.m. today at the Beethoven Garden, 422 Pericda in San Antonio. Hosts will be the Beethoven Macnnerchor, the oldest German singing society in Texas. German food, beer and wine will be available and cost is $4 per person with children under 12 free. For more information, call 512/222-1521. African violets MARION — Members of the Magic Knight African Violet Society will conduct an African violet show from IO a m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Schulz Nursery in Marion. The show will include an exhibit with demonstrations for the public. Society members will be available to share growing tips and answer questions. Admission is free and door prizes arc planned. Lions barbecue MARION — The Marion Lions Club will sell barbecue beef and chicken from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at Schulz Nursery. Proceeds will bcncnfit the Lions Scholarship Fund. Quilters’guild SAN ANTONIO — Members of the Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild will meet at IO a.m. Saturday at St. Anthony de Padua Hall, 102 Lorenz in San Antonio. Mini-demonstrations by guild members will be presented. Visitors are welcome. For more information, call Marcia Luckey at 512/822-2830 or Etta McFarland at 512/658-5980. Market Trail day The Alamo Area Council of Governments Saturday will host a variety of recreational, educational and shopping activities in is monthly Market Trail Day in Bexar, Atascosa, Medina and Frio counties. Participating communities include Castroville, D’Hanis, Dilley, Hondo, Von Ormy, Somerset, Lytle, LaCoste, Natalia, Devine, Moore, Big Foot, Yancey, Rio Median, Southwest, Black Hill Tinsley, Quihi-Ncw Fountain and Pearsall. For information, call J.C. Cooley or Burma Hyde at the Alamo Area Council of Governments, 512/225-5201. Card and Comic Show SAN MARCOS — Sponsoring a Card & Comic Show from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at San Marcos Factory Shops is VF Factory Outlet. Admission is free. For more information, call Jack Zelensky at 512/443-5509 or Lisa Wilson, VG Factory Outlet, 512/754 (HOO Saddle Slappers Comal County 4 H Saddle Slappers will host a qualifying show and open show Saturday. The show, set for the Comal County Sheriff s Mounted Posse Arena off Interstate Highway 35, serves as die club's major fundraiser for die year ll will be an all lack horse show. Hie books will open al 8 a ni. and the show starts al 9 a.rn. For more information, contact sponsor Terry Gene Elliott ai 629-7506. Antiques show hi i i vii ll 11,, Orett Exchange will take place Saturday at Bellville’s Fairgrounds, widi dealers, THE OVERLANDER In Marlon Pleil Brothers Bani 9:00-1:00 Saturday May ll, 1991 designers and collectors on hand for a onc-day antiques sale. For sale will be early and formal furniture and fince antiques accessories from English Staffordshire to American Indian artifacts. Live bluegrass music and a variety of country herbs and produce add to the flavor. Early-bird shoppers will be admitted for 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. for $5 each. General admission from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. is S3. Bellville is located at the junction of Highways 529, 36 and 159 west of Houston. For information call 409/865-5618. WaterWorld opens HOUSTON — WaterWorld, Houston’s Six Flags water park, opens Saturday for its 1991 season. Offerings include 15 acres of activities ranging from a surfing beach at rive for tubing to a lazy stream and an 80-foot free-fall slide. The park is located next to Astro-World off Loop 610 at the Fannin exit. For information, call 713/799-1234. Still on stage CIBOLO — Held over for perfo-manccs tonight and May 17 at North-cliffc Country Club is singer Barbara Lew-is Alani s. The rustic restaurant, open to the public from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, ovcrlloks the North-cliffc Scenic Hills golf course. The entertainer's recent appearances include the Texas Dining Train, Tower of the Americas Restaurant and the play Social Security at Bulverde^ STAGE theater. To read the restaurant from Interstate Highway 35 South, take the Cibolo exit, cross over and turn north to the gates. The clubhouse is on the right, four blocks down. Breakers’ open SEGUIN — “Breakers,” a wave pool operated by the city of Seguin, has opened in Riverview Park. Hours are 11 a.rn. to 6 p.m. wccdkays and IO a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends. Rates are $3 for children 4 to 15 and for those 60 and older, $4 for persons aged 16 to 59, and $2 for non-swimmers. Group rates are available and some special activities are planned. Scarborough Faire WAXAHACHIE — The lith annual Scarborough Faire, a recreation of an old English renaissance festival featuring 16th century entertainment, crafts and foodstuffs runs weekends through June 16, including Memorial Day, May 27. The grounds are located about 30 minutes south of Dallas on Interstate Highway 35, exit 399A. Cost for adults is $10.95 plus tax and children IF LOOKS COULD KILL Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:05 7.00 9:05 Mon. - Frl. 7:00 9:05    !»■«»    »*• **I*** a*iixlxIT Schwarzenegger is K'ndsrgarfen COP AU Show* iii IX, Sat. * Sun. 2:00 4:05 7:00 9:05 Mon. - Frl. 7:00 9 05 5 to 12 are $4.50. Parking in included in the ticket price. Tickets are available at the castle gates on fair days or may be ordered in advance by calling 214/937-6130. Crystal Theater GONZALES — The Crystal Theatre of Gonzales will conclude its presentation of Steel Magnolias Saturday. Dinner is served al 7 p.m. and the play begins at 8 p.m. Ticket price for dinner and show is $12.50 and tickets for the show only arc $7.50. For more information, call 512/672-6393. Fiesta centennial SAN ANTONIO — Joining in the 100th anniversary of Fiesta celebrations in San Antonio will be the Institute of Texan Cultures. In the lower gallery through June 30 will be “Fiesta on Parade: 1891-1991.” This official Fiesta centennial exhibit illustrates the changes and growth of the event over the years. The exhibit is sponsored by NCNB-Texas. Polo returns Polo matches are held each Sunday at Rctama Park at 2 p.m. Admission is $2; children under 12 are free. Free parking; cash bar and other concessions. From New Braunfels, take Interstate 35 South to Loop 1604 West (Anderson Loop). Drive west one-half mile to Lookout Road; on Lookout Road, drive 1-1/2 miles to the entrance. For more informtion, call 651-5217. Reunion assita nee Former students of Danville School who haven’t attended previous reunions or have moved since their last visit back arc encouraged to write Elaine (Luehlfing) Lehmann, P.O. Box 96, McQueeney, Texas 78123, or call 512/557-6720. Invitations will be mailed soon for a June 30 reunion. • • • As members of the New Braunfels High School Class of 1941 prepare for their 50-ycar reunion October 25 and 26, organizers need help locating some individuals. Persons with infomiation on former classmates arc asked to contact Stewart Fischer at 9615 Lantana. San Antonio 78217 or phone 512/826-0435. Nightlife Jerry Jeff Walker will be at Gruene Hall Saturday night for 16th Anniversary Weekend events. Call 6254)142 for information. Providing dance music Saturday at Bavarian Village Restaurant and Bicr-gancn, one block from Schlittcrbahn, will be the Seven Dutchmen. Thursday May 9th 7:30 to 1130 No Cover MICHAEL HARDIE Friday May 10th 8-12 No Cover HOO DOO CATS Saturday May lith I to 5 No Cover RHYTHM CATS JERRY JEFF Sunday May 12th 5 to 9 No Cover HOO DOO CATS Gruene Hitfom lh stint t*25 0l4‘J r = WALNUT 6 ah shows , _ _    r\r\. HM 629-6400 "Dlkiount l)»iv I ui nl.iy *>'/ CK) Except A1 Nut*:ti ■■■To u j “7 znrmm I Hic silence ti till lim J J SAI SOM WkkAUAVS U «* CM 1.11 IM * J* * »• IM • Ai JUSTICE ■ tun nun wit aux va «.ut i.iu 6-iu mu a.iu * iu UU iii ii m i; ii i) ii t: ii i1 MICHAIL KL A ION SAI SUM. Wttr UA Va U M ijw b io / JU a.ju a.iu un a.iu ll I NAGI MIKAMI HiNJA mums n *» SAI SUM. WtfcXUAVS 1:11 J.lh i lk fits IMS »:!• Ill* *••» TOV SOLDIERS Vwun ol bud behavior vjiv uUuul Iu pay all A SAI SOM WttXUAVS U M JJM* LII IM »M h is IM 141 sleeping with tbeenemy * SAI. SUM WEkKOAV? I.UU JOU J UU IM U UU |£0 ,00 ^ ^ Times good thru Thurs 5 lb OI IJMITED TIME ONLY Al l SEATS i> JOO SEF. IT ON THE BIG SCHEEN IN ULTRA IHF SECRET OE THE OOZE IPU) si FKL O TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES II Sea World of Texas supervisor of aviculture Pat Sharkey, left, and curator of birds Robin Friday compare two the the San Antonio marine life park’s newest arrivals, a king penguin and an umbrella cockatoo. Although birds of a different feather, the chicks both were hatched recently in the park’s animal breeding program. Other new arrivals this spring include an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin and two blackneck swans. For more information on Sea World, call 800/422-7989 or 512/523-3611. Show opens in Tulsa NEW YORK (AP) — Starling a national tour at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Okla., is “The Landscape in Twentieth Century American Art,” the fifth in an ongoing collaborative program of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Federation of Arts. The exhibition consists of 60 works from the Metropolitan in a wide range of styles by painters as varied as Thomas Hart Benton, Georgia O’Keeffe and Ned Wclliver. After its closing in Tulsa, the provisional schedule is for the exhibition to be shown at the Center for the Fine Ans, Miami, June 29-Aug. 24; the Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Neb., Sept. 14-Nov. IO SKATE CENTER - SEGUIN FRI. NITE: 7:30-10:30 SAT AFT.. 1:30-3:30 SAT. NITE: 7:30-10:30 PARTY INFO: 379-3777 ★★★★★★★★★★ * * ¥ * * * * * V LANDA STATION RL STAI KANT X XKK -T x    M    r    „ 629-3311 New Menu (includes old favorites) All Day Saturday * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ American Legion #179 Country Western Dance Sat. May ll, 5 PM - ll PM featuring TEXAS COUNTRY BAND C W. every second Saturday monthly 625-0179 faustian Billage Restaurant Sc Strrgarten Ixdtod CV* SICCX Tom Sennoeioenn Armenite German Pood I Aanxpnere 'Entertainment Xx Tie Who* Fxnity' Mother’s Day Buffet All You Can Eat Entrees Includes Turkey & Dressing, Pork Chops, Soup or salad bar. dessert & drink S65° Serving 11-2 SUMMER HOC RS Clo*«d Monday Open Tues.. Wad.. ITiurs. 5 pm Fri.. Sat. St Sun. ll arn Biergarten Special 7:30-11:00 PM Sat May ll Seven Dutchman    Sat.    May    25    Litt'l Fishermen Sat May 18 Bohemian CXitchmen    Sat. June I Swtngin' Dutchmen For more Information Call 625-0815 r - AU Burgers 1/2 Priced T Steak & Shrimp 5.95^ Jr Aaron & Beth 9-1    ^ F*    (No    Cover) k Mother's Day ¥ k Moms food Selection 1/2 Priced ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Seafood Monday Seafood Platter 5.95 Grilled Chicken Platter 4.95 Steak & Shrimp 5.95 Aaron 6 Beth 610 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ (No Cover)    ^ tE Monday Nite: Song writers nite^ Every Tuesday Jam Nite 7 00 * ★★★★★★★★★★ Take Mom Out for a Buffet Lunch on Her Day! It’ii a wonderful way to top ofT her holiday! After the gift* are opened, and all the card* are read shell especially enjoy a relaxing Lunch on Mother’* Day from 11-3. Well treat Mom royally, with a scrumptious array of fine food., appetizer* lo our special array of deaaert*. After all, doean’t sire deserve the very beat? $10.95...children 12 and under $8.95 10% discount for Senior Citizens Reservations accepted but not required I 625-7791 240 S. Seguin A** •j    tat? “A RESTAURANT Great Place To Eat OPEN EVERY DAY Great Lunch Specials (Monday-Friday) Omas homemade bread pudding only 25$ during lunch specials 625-3280 ff 4* ff 541 Hwy 46 (I block South 1-35) I ive Carman Bands Starting May 24th ;