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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Wednesday, May 29, 1991HerakJ-Zt/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Out n' about Auditions slated BULVERDE — Auditions for “The Happy Time,” a musical will be June 2 at 4 p.m. at the Krause House located on Bulverde Road. The musical is a S.T.A.GJE Inc. production. For more information call 512/438-2339. Summer museum hours SAN ANTONIO — Summers hours are in effect beginning June I through August at the Witte Museum, • 3801 Broadway. The museum will be open from IO am. to 6 pm. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 pm. on Sundays. Currently on view at the Museum is the exhibit, “Dinosaurs: The Next Generation.” Visitors wind their way through a primeval finest filled with the towering Allosaur^, the dreaded ‘Terrible Claw” and more as they .encounter some of the most formidable creatures of the Mesozoic Era. Cost of the exhibition is $4 for adults and $3 for children ages 4-11. Children ages 3 and under enter free. The last ticket will be sold daily at 5 p.m. For more information call 512/829-SAMA. Royal Ballet AUSTIN — The Royal Ballet, led I by Director Anthony Dowell, will dance five performances here between Thursday, Aug. I and Sunday, Aug. 4 at the Bass Concert Hall !on the University of Texas campus. This UT Performing Arts Center event marks the company’s fust visit to Austin and is one of only four tour dates in the U.S. Tickets for the Royal Ballet go on sale Monday, June IO at IO am. at all Austin area UTTM TicketCenters and by telephone at 512/477-^060. Chill cook-off SHINER — Registration is now being accepted for the CASI sanctioned Shiner Half Moon Holidays Chili Cook-Off slated for Sunday, July 7. Shady Green Dickson Municipal Park in Shiner will feature many activities including a parade, auction, Half Moon Gardens and Hobo Band, Olympics, and a fireworks display. Mail $15 entry fee to Tom Finger, P.O. Box 631, Shiner, Texas 77984 or call 512/594-3246 (evenings). Folk festival *w* KERRVILLE — The 20th anniversary Kerrville Folk Festival’s “Festival within a Festival” the American Indian celebration called Festival of the Eagle begins Monday, June 3 at .Quiet Valley Ranch with the dedication, purification and welcoming Tound dance at 2:30 pm. in the Threadgill Memorial Theater area. *- Through June 6, festival fans will iear eight two-hour concerts by •American Indian performers and an i^qual number of non-Indian musi-irians. all of whom will be taking part Jb “circles”, discussions, seminars and jpformal music sessions held between die on-stage performances. y Tickets for the four-day event, Including free camping, are $32 with Children’s daily tickets at $1. Single day tickets for adults are $9 available in the gate to the ranch located nine miles south of Kerrville on Texas Highway 16. With the exception of (he first day’s 2:30 pm. start time, Variety show The bi-annual variety show presented annually by the New Braunfels Dance Studio is slated for Saturday, June 8 at New Braunfels High School. Curtain time is 7 p.m. Tickets are $4 and are on sale now at New Braunfels Dance Studio, 1117 N. Walnut Ave. (above Doc’s Guns) Monday through Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m. ★★★★★★★★★★ daily activities begin at 11 am. and end at 9 pm. except for campfire singing after 9 pm. For more information call 512/257-3600. Polo returns Polo matches are held at 2 pm. each Sunday at Retama Park. Admission- is $2; children under 12 get in free. Free parking, cash bar and other concessions are available. 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 information, call 512/651-5217. German band BOERNE — Five outdoor evening concerts by the Boerne Village Band, America’s oldest continuously active German Band, since 1860, begin June 4 at 7:30 to 9 pm. at the Main Plaza here. Admission is free. Other performances are slated at the same place and same time on June 18, July 16, July 30 and Aug. 20. Variety show The bi-annual variety show presented annually by the New Braunfels Dance Studio is slated for Saturday, June 8 at New Braunfels High School. Curtain time is 7 pm. A vibrant red, white and blue salute to the military opens the show with 24 entertainers displaying a Las Vegas style production with flags, yellow ribbons, high kicks, pin-wheels. Guest artists also will be joining the production. Tickets are $4 and are on sale now at New Braunfels Dance Studio, 1117 N. Walnut Ave. (above Doc’s Guns) Monday through Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m. Fiesta artwork SAN ANTONIO — Continuing its salute to the 100th anniversary of Fiesta celebrations in San Antonio is the Institute of Texan Cultures. In the lower gallery through June 30 will be “Fiesta on Parade: 1891-1991.” This official Fiesa centennial exhibit illustrates the changes in and growth of the event over the years. The exhibit is sponsored by NCNB-Texas. Plus Squares Dance The Plus Cub, “Plus Squares,” meets the first and third Tuesday of each month from 8 to IO pm. at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 386 N. Casten St. Caller is Jim Hayes. For more information, call 620-4543. Salute to summer Make plans now to attend the fourth annual Wasserfest, New Braunfels’ “Community Salute to Summer” sponsored by die Wurstfest Association. Festivities will be the banks of the Comal River on the Wurstfest grounds Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8. Entertainment Friday evening will be Johnny Dee and the Rocket 88s. Saturday concerts will feature Clay B laker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and country singer PamTillis. Reunions slated The Schumann-Huebinger family reunion will be Sunday, June 23 at the Jan s Van Tours June 9 Astro Baseball June 20 Frank Sinatra June 27-30 Palo Duro Canyon (Texas) 629-5279 •* ^ 4th of July Special va ' Las Vegas June 30 • July 5 $149 per person Transportation via Deluxe Motorcoach 4 daya/3 nights at the Nevada Hotel and Casino. For more information call Fiesta Tours at 512-643-5597 or call Irma at 620-0611. A live German Bands Every Friday &. Saturday might OM A'S HAUS RESSTASTE THE HOMEMADE DIFFERENCEMI Hiway a ll block South 14S) ,25-aikO Also Full Menu A Table Service Hermann Sons Hall, 463 N. Union St. Registration begins at 11:30 am. Bring covered dish and dessert. The 27th annual Sotfjc reunion will be Sunday, June 2 at the A.C. Kreu-slcr picnic grounds at Lake Dunlap. A noon meal of barbecue will be served at 12:30 pm. Meat and slaw will be served and everyone is asked to bring a covered dish, dessert and lawn chairs. For more information call G. Pruett 512/672-3759; A. Benedict at 512/424-3525 or J. Livengood at 512/629-8040. The Craze Local rock group. The Craze will perform Saturday, June I at Mountain Breeze, located on River Road near Canyon Lake. 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