What Do You Do on a Rainy Day in the Ark?



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July 07
July 1 - Summer Musical Children “What Do You Do on a Rainy Day in the Ark?” at Agape UMC; Bob Wert directing. Performance at 6:00 p.m. Ice cream for everyone after performance. No charge. Agape United Methodist Church, 1215 Slide Rd. This is Bob's 30th year to direct a summer musical in Lubbock
July 3 - Fireworks at Buffalo Springs Lake
July 3 - Casino Night benefiting Hearts and Hooves of Lubbock and Windy Hills Therapy, 6:30-10:00pm, The Baker Building, 1211 13th, Food, drinks, prizes and a fun evening, $15 (includes food, drinks and $5 in chips) For more information call 543-6368
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July 4 - Fourth on Broadway. A celebration of the 4th of July with a parade and street fair. The parade begins at 9 am, followed by live music, and a wide array of food and craft booths lined up along Broadway. The day ends with a concert and fireworks display. 747-5232.


June 07

June 1 - Cotton Club Reception at the Buddy Holly Center 6:00 - 9:00pm


June 1 - First Friday Art Trail - Visit any one of the art venues open from 6 to 9 and experience some of Lubbock's wonderful art spaces. Start at any one and go from there as you will. It's free to the public and FUN! For more information, visit www.ffat.org or click here for a map of this month's locations.
June 1 - Domino Art! at Faux Real. Stacy Comer makes dominoes personalized with photos. Sandy Parker creates art on dominoes making pendants and jewelry. Come see the exhibit at Faux Real, 7212 19th Street -- one of the First Friday Art Trail stops! Click here for directions. Click here to see what some of the dominoes look like.
June 1, 2, & 3 - CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION of Garza County and Post City includes All School Reunion, Fantastic Parade, Downtown Shopping (sidewalk sales) Trunk Shows, Art exhibits, book signings, Music, Longest breakfast table in Texas sponsored by United Supermarkets, Centennial Music and Concert featuring the Bob Wills band, Reckless Kelly,Honey Brown, jay boy adams, and the Thrift Store Cowboys.
June 1-3 - Old Mill Trade Days in Post

Marketplace in the historic Postex Mill; great shopping, great food, great fun! 11 am to 5 pm Fri & Sun; 9 am to 5 pm Sat

$1 Fri; Over 65 free Fri; $2 Sat & Sun; children under 10 free when accompanied by an adult; parking free 495-3529
June 2 - Lubbock Craft Mafia Information Meeting.

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon - FAUX REAL ART STUDIO



For more information, contact Jan Brownlow at 783-0531 or Sandy Parker at 783-8880. Visit the Lubbock Craft Mafia web site at www.LubbockCraftMafia.com.
June 2 - Post Centennial Concert – Reckless Kelly - 6:30 – Midnight Rainmaker Stage at Old Mill Trade Days - $15 admission 990-3461
June 2 - Kristy Curry Lady Raider Basketball Parent/Daughter Camp A special camp for grand/parents and grand/daughters Grades: K-8 to learn the game of basketball with Texas Tech's staff and players. Each parent/daughter "team" will be taught proper techniques in shooting, passing, ball-handling, and defense. This camp emphasizes basketball fundamentals and techniques that every player can practice and use throughout the year. It also give parents and their daughters the opportunity to be together in a unique setting. This camps registration begins at 8 a.m., and the camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fee includes 2 T-shirts, 1 camp basketball, lunch, and special awards and prizes. This camp is limited to the first 100 pair, so don't miss this chance to spend a special day with your child or grandchild. Cost: $100 Parent/Daughter pair | $50 Additional Child
June 2 - South Plains Airshow at Slaton Municipal Airport. Gates open at 9 a.m., show begins at noon Preshow Motorcycle run 9-11 a.m., registration begins at 8 a.m. Features Franklin's Flying Circus with Matt Young and the Travel Air Mystery Ship Aerobatic Demonstrations, Warbird and antique aircraft displys, Air battle reenactments. Admission: $10 adults, $5 children, under 5 - FREE! Call 806-828-4664 for more information.
June 3 - The Rainey Family Southern Gospel Music Ministry will sing at Grace Unlimited Church (formerly Westmoreland Baptist) 10:45 am – noon Grace Unlimited Church (formerly Westmoreland Baptist Church) at 5605 46th (at Dover) in Lubbock welcomes THE RAINEY FAMILY Southern Gospel Music Ministry. The Rainey Family Gospel Quartet Music Ministry has been ministering through music since 1998. The recently opened for the well known nationally recognized group, The Crossway Gospel Quartet, recently nominated for the Dove Award. 795-5866.
June 3 - 6 - Kristy Curry Lady Raider Basketball Overnight Camp - SESSION I. This camp helps develop the total basketball player Grades: 3-12. Our experienced coaching staff provides detailed instruction on ball handling, passing, dribbling, footwork, defense, and rebounding. Each camper will participate in league games along with a variety of individual competitions. Registration for Session I will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, June 3. The camp will begin at 3 p.m. and conclude at noon on Wednesday, June 6.
June 4-7- A Water Adventure VBS -- Kids preK thru entering 5th grade are invited to an evening VBS, Take the Plunge at Calvary Baptist Church. This is a fast paced time full of activity and a special Family Splash Time at Texas Water Rampage on Friday the 8th. Call the church at 794-4006 to get registered.
June 4 – 8 - Let’s Play with Paint at the Garden and Arts Center for PreK Children. A week of fun with arts & crafts, music, games, and story time. Must be potty-trained. Ages: 3-5 Cost: $30 M-F 9-10:30 am. For registration or additional information, call 767-3724
June 6 Singer/Songwriter Kenny Maines at High Noon Concert at the County Courthouse Gazebo For over twenty years, the High Noon Concert Series has offered live outdoor performances every Wednesday from June – August at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo starting at 12:00 Noon. The concerts are free and open to the public. The High Noon Concerts spotlight great local talent in a family-friendly atmosphere.
June 7 - SINGLES Dinner Night Out "Party" Our singles group is made of such nice, professional people ... we find that we're expanding. There are several events coming up. And a BIG "COME CHECK IT OUT" party is planned for June 7. Click here to look at some pictures from our recent outings and more information about the fun we're having! If you want to be updated about happenings, click on UPDATE OUR SETTINGS at the bottom of this (and every) email and make sure you've checked SINGLES EVENTS so you are notified. Click here for more>
June 9 - Healthy Lubbock Day at Maxey Park, 9am-1pm. There will be all kinds of events geared towards promoting healthy living: Health Assessments/Screenings, Bike Safety, YWCA

Climbing Wall, Kid Jumpers, Paddle Boats, Basketball tournaments, Child passenger safety seat check point, DFC Spinning, UMC Seniors Are Special, UMC Injury Prevention Committee, TTUHSC School of Nursing, Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)


June 9 - Make it/Take it Beading Project at Friendze -- Make $5.00 Beaded Bookmarks. Noon to 3pm, supplies included. 5102 60th St (next to Pier 1 on Slide).
June 9 - SATURDAYS AT THE ART FACTORY for kids ages 7 to 13 with Chelsie Murfee. Cost: $10 per class/$30 for the day

Foot Jewelry 9- 10 am

Drawing 10:15 -11:15 am

Plate Printing 12 -1 pm

Jute Jewelry 1:30 -2:30 pm
June 9 - Registration for Benefit Golf Tournament at Meadowbrook Country Club - See June 23 for more details.

June 11-15 – Neat classes for kids 6 to 14 by our friend Gwen Armstrong at the Garden and Arts Center. For more information, send her an email to Gwen at germanshepherd2003@yahoo.com

Our Fantastic Universe - Explore the wonders that exist beyond our solar system. 9:00am – 10:30, Fee: $40.00 Supplies provided.

Jurassic Journey - From huge creatures who shook the ground as they walked, to strange flying reptiles, come learn about the wonders of the Jurassic age. 11:00 – 12:30, Fee: $40.00 Supplies provided

Wildlife Adventures

Every ecosystem has its own family of fascinating animals. Come learn about all the interesting animals of west Texas. 11:00 – 12:30, Fee: $40.00 Supplies provided


June 11 - 15 - 4th Annual Summer Theatre Camp featuring Disney’s Cinderella, for students who have finished Kinder-8th grade. $45 per student. Plainview High School
June 11 - 15, & 18 - 22 - KITE FLYING with Gary King at the Garden and Arts Center.

June 11 - 15 - for ages 10 to 14, Cost: $60 M-F 9-11 am

June 18 - 22 - Ages 15 to 18, Cost: $60 M-F 9-11 am

For registration or additional information, call 767-3724


June 11 - 15 - LHS HotShot Boys Basketball Camp for all boys entereing 3rd through 9th grades. Cost is $100 - a $10 discount is available through our Fun Card. Visit LHS Boy's Basketball Camp for an entry form and more information.
June 12, 14 – Caribbean Tour at Skyviews Dinner series. The Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management's Advanced Food Production students cordially invite you to visit their dining room, Skyviews of Texas Tech. Students plan, prepare, and serve meals and each menu selections reflect different international or regional cuisines. RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: 744-7462 Tonight’s menu includes: Jerk seasoned mushroom “burger” with grilled fruit and Mozzarella, Baked flounder with Orange-Jamaican slaw, Rainbow salad with a Ginger Vinaigrette and almond shrimp, Mango Sorbet, Stuffed Swordfish with pulled pork with olive salsa and guava nectar, and Passion fruit and Pineapple mousse
June 13 - Singers/Songwriters Daniel Fluitt and Daniel Markham at High Noon Concert at the County Courthouse Gazebo. For over twenty years, the High Noon Concert Series has offered live outdoor performances every Wednesday from June – August at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo starting at 12:00 Noon. The concerts are free and open to the public. The High Noon Concerts spotlight great local talent in a family-friendly atmosphere.
June 13 - Kristy Curry Lady Raider Basketball Position Camp for Grades: 6-12 Looking to raise your game to the next level? Well, this is the camp for you. This camp focuses on each individual position: wing, post, and point guard. Campers will improve their skills through teaching progressions, position-specific drills, and individual attention from the Texas Tech coaching staff. Only grades six through 12 are eligible to attend. Registration will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 13. The camp will begin at 3 p.m. on June 13 and conclude at noon on Friday, June 15. Each camper will receive a t-shirt and basketball. Cost: $275 Resident | $225 Commuter
June 14 - Organizing Without Agonizing Workshop, Thursday, 7pm, professional organizer, Debbye Cannon, presents two hour workshop covering systems for menu masters, lightning laundry, speed shopping, activity planning, major undertakings and more. $40 includes workbook that is well worth the cost alone! 58th & Indiana. Click here to register or call 796-0775.
Thursday, June 14, 10:30 a.m.- Summer Safety at Mahon Library

Learn about fire, boating, water and bike safety at our outdoor fair. No tickets required. Click here for location, map and times of library.


June 15-17 1st Annual Father's Day Drag Boat Nationals at Buffalo Springs Lake
June 15, 16 - The Sound of Music at the Wells Fargo Amphitheatre at Mackenzie Park this summer as Lubbock Moonlight Musicals offer extraordinary family entertainment. Click here for more.
June 15 & 16 - “Saintly Hypocrites & Honest Sinners,” is one of the original Harley Sadler scripts found in the Southwest Collection of Texas Tech University. This comedy features a young pastor and his ambitious wife along with a pair of bullying deacons and a gossiping snoop. Evening performances are at 8:00 p.m. and a Sunday matinee June 3 at 2:30 p.m. Two high-spirited teenagers with the best of intentions, a gallant hero, the daughter of the town drunk and, of course, our old friend Toby complete the cast of this 2007 Centennial production. Add the traditional candy sale, prizes and vaudeville acts and you have the recipe for a fabulous evening of entertainment. Reserved seats are $12 for adults and $8 for children 12 & under. Group rates are available. The historic Garza Theatre is located at 226 E. Main in Post. Call 495-4005 for reservations and more details.
June 15 – Summer Star Party at Tech Terrace Park at 9:00 p.m. The Museum of Texas Tech University joins the South Plains Astronomy Club and the Three Rivers Foundation for the Arts & Sciences in hosting a FREE 3rd Friday Star Party at Tech Terrace Park on Friday May 18, 2007, beginning at 9pm (weather permitting). So cover your favorite flashlight with red cellophane, get your warm clothing, and join us for a night of star gazing. Telescopes will be set up on the south side of Tech Terrace Park on 25th Street around 8:30pm. Access is available from 26th Street, then north on Gary. Look for the red flashlights after dark. Parking available throughout the neighborhood. Lawn chairs and binoculars welcome. Warm clothing encouraged as spring nighttime temperatures can be chilly.
June 16 - Crosbyton JamFest 2007- 10:00am - 10:00pm Come Enjoy Live Music of all genres and Open Mic Jams all day and activities include Buggy Rides, Snow Cones, Art Work, BBQ, Pony Rides, Crafts. 20 percent of proceeds will be donated to Crosbyton Volunteer Fire Department. Smith House & The Courtyard at Maol Mariposa in Crosbyton, TX
June 16 - “Decisions of the Heart: The Stories and Art of Future Akins,” is a documentary about Lubbock artist Future Akins' life and art. It will be screened again on Saturday, June 16 in LHUCA's Firehouse Theatre at 10am and 2pm. This screening is free and open to the public. The resulting documentary about Akins’ life first aired on KTXT in 2006 and won the Award of Excellence in that same year from Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. The prestigious Telly Award followed in 2007, and plans are underway to market the documentary to PBS stations nationwide. The LHUCA Firehouse Theater is at 511 Avenue K around behind the main gallery.
June 16 - 19 - Session II - Kristy Curry Lady Raider Basketball Overnight Camp. This camp helps develop the total basketball player Grades: 3-12. Our experienced coaching staff provides detailed instruction on ball handling, passing, dribbling, footwork, defense, and rebounding. Each camper will participate in league games along with a variety of individual competitions. Registration for Session II will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 16. The camp will begin @ 3 p.m. and conclude at noon on Tuesday, June 19th. Each camper will receive a t-shirt and basketball. Cost: $375 Resident | $325 Commuter
Monday, June 18, 10 a.m. - Petting Zoo at Mahon Library No tickets required.Click here for location, map and times of library.
June 18 - 22 - MVP Sports & Arts Camp. Free to kids having completed 1st – 5th grade! 11 sports to choose from with celebrity guests each day, including distance cyclist Shanna Armstrong, Red Raider football coach Ruffin McNeil, and more! Located at the John Wilson Boys and Girls Club at 3221 59th street and sponsored by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lubbock, North Pointe Church, and Live Oak Community Church. To register or for more info, click here to visit their web site.
June 18 – Summer Sports Camp at Tech Rec Center. Two weeks full of fun, athletic activities designed for all skill levels, ages 7-13.
June 18 – 22 - Creative Critters for Pre K children. A week of fun with arts & crafts, music, games, and story time. Must be potty trained. Ages: 3-5 Cost: $30 M-F 9-10:30 am Garden and Arts Center. For registration or additional information, call 767-3724
June 18-22 LAB RATS - Neat hands on experiments in physics and chemistry for kids 6 to 14 by our friend Gwen Armstrong at the Garden and Arts Center. 9:00am – 10:30, Fee: $40.00 Supplies provided. For more information, send her an email to germanshepherd2003@yahoo.com
June 19,21 – Southern Summer Nights at Skyviews Dinner series. The Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management's Advanced Food Production students cordially invite you to visit their dining room, Skyviews of Texas Tech. Students plan, prepare, and serve meals and menu selections reflect different international or regional cuisines. RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: 744-7462 Tonight’s menu includes Cold Corn and Thyme Soup with Cornbread stuffed Tomato, Chili Potato wrapped Shrimp with Poblano Pecan Squash Salsa, Watermelon and Basil Sorbet, Southern fried Filet with Roasted Jalapeno Anglaise and gnocchi and cheese with garlic braised greens, Pan Fried Pound Cake with Fresh Peaches in Grand Mariner Crème
June 20, and 27 - CHILDREN’S THEATER IN THE PARK

“Once Upon a Wolf” at a different park each week. Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. before it gets too hot. FREE!

June 20: Rawlings Park at 40th & Avenue B

June 27: Maxey Park at 30th & Nashville

Sponsored by CATS Theater Wednesday mornings at 10 am FREE!
June 20 - Acoustic R&B and Rock &Roll Oldies group Mike Pritchard & Hat Trick at High Noon Concert at the County Courthouse Gazebo For over twenty years, the High Noon Concert Series has offered live outdoor performances every Wednesday from June – August at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo starting at 12:00 Noon. The concerts are free and open to the public. The High Noon Concerts spotlight great local talent in a family-friendly atmosphere.
June 21 - IIDA Silent Auction 2007 and the theme is Millinery Couture at 7:00 pm at The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts The International Interior Design Association Lubbock City Center would like to celebrate it’s first year by hosting a Silent Auction and charity event in a cultural and exciting way. Join us for a men’s and women’s fashion show that includes hats, many valuable auction items, heavy hor ‘d ouves, libations and good music. Men and women are invited to wear cocktail attire and hats. For more information contact April Mosley

at 806-795-0070 or april@yatesflooring.com


June 22 - For a 5th year, Joe Ely returns to the Cactus Theater unplugged! The Theater was rockin with the nonstop music and fun the lat time he was here. His passionate and energetic performance is sure to electrify the stage and the audience. Join Joe as he performs a solo acoustic concert with special guest Joel Guzman on the accordion. Last time the house was packed to the brim, so make sure you get your tickets early for this incredible show! 8:00 p.m. $25
June 22-24 - Texas' Last Frontier Celebration and Buffalo Soldier Encampment. Step back into the early life and times of Texas' far western frontier as Cochran County celebrates its western frontier heritage with a variety of exciting activities in the county park and surrounding area. For more information, contact Dorothy Barker, Chair, Cochran County Historical Commission, (806) 266-5484 or Pat Clayton, Chair of the Museum Board, Texas' Last Frontier Museum, (806) 266-5038.
June 23 - Better Homes and Closets program by professional organizer, Debbye Cannon, from Organizing without Agonizing - 10 to 11:00 a.m. FREE Visual tour of tips and tricks for home organizing at Raintree Christian Church, 3601 82nd between Indiana and Quaker. Click here to register or call 796-0775.
June 23, 25, and 28 at 7:30 p.m. – TTU Rep Theater presents Daddy’s Dyin’ (Who’s Got the Will?) The action takes place in a small Texas town as the family gathers to await the imminent death of their patriarch, Buford Turnover. However, it's not the story of the impending demise of the father or the drafting of his will, but of a rebirth of the spirit of the family. Although the siblings are all grown, they easily slide into their former squabbling childhood roles and begin to probe the saying, "you can pick your friends but not your relatives."
June 23 - Benefit Golf Tournament at Meadowbrook Country Club at 10:00 a.m. put on by a local family to raise money for medical expenses and rehabilitation. For more information, contact Denis at 544-7069 or go to Meadowbrook Golf Course and contact Golf Pro Bobby Brown. His number is 765-6679. Deadline for sponsorships is June 9, 2007.
June 23 - Posh Pooch Pageant at Village Township. For pet lovers everywhere! This event is a must. Vintage is having a festival for our 4 legged friends. There will be demonstrations, booths, and dog/owner look-a-like contests. So plan on bringing Fido and check out this event.Date and time TBA
June 23, 2007 - 7:00 CST - Amarillo Dusters @ Lubbock Renegades in Municipal auditorium. Click here for more.
June 24 - July 1, 8, 15 SUNDAY CONCERTS WESTWIND BRASS BAND 8 pm FREE! Wagner Park (26th & Flint)
June 25 – 29 - Neat Classes for kids Ages 6-14 by Gwen Armstrong at the Garden and Arts Center. For more information, send her an email to germanshepherd2003@yahoo.com

Before the Dinos Before T-Rex, before velociraptors, there were strange and wonderful creatures roaming the world. Come join us to learn more about these ancient creatures.9:00am – 10:30, Fee: $40.00 Supplies provided

Backyard Dinos Strange and wonderful creatures once roamed the South West come explore the world of the Dinosaurs who once roamed Texas , New Mexico and the rest of the South West. 11:00 – 12:30, Fee: $40.00

Supplies provided


June 26 - Butterflies of the Llano Estacado is the program for the June Meeting of the Llano Estacado Audubon Society. This program will be presented by Anthony Hewetson at the Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center at 4215 University Ave. It begins at 7pm and everyone is welcome.
June 26, and 29 at 7:30 p.m. - Catfish Moon at TTU Rep Theater. The old fishing pier out on the end of Cypress Lake has just fallen under the spell of another Catfish Moon. It was the favorite hangout of three boyhood friends--skipping school, skinny dipping and even experiencing the mysteries of girls. Curley, Gordon and Frog are older now and they have tasted the bitterness of life as well as its sweetness. We meet the one woman who has been the fulcrum of their lives and who now inadvertently threatens to tear the friends apart. The trio is led to the old pier for one last all-nighter, one last stand, and one last shot at their memories, their friendship and the chance to hook the Big One. They don't know it yet but they just might land the biggest catch of all.
June 27 - CHILDREN’S THEATER IN THE PARK

“Once Upon a Wolf” Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. FREE! at Maxey Park at 30th & Nashville Sponsored by CATS Theater Wednesday mornings at 10 am FREE!


June 27 - CHILDREN’S THEATER IN THE PARK

“Once Upon a Wolf” at a different park each week. Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. before it gets too hot. FREE!

June 13: Simmons Park at E. 23rd & Oak

June 20: Rawlings Park at 40th & Avenue B

June 27: Maxey Park at 30th & Nashville

Sponsored by CATS Theater Wednesday mornings at 10 am FREE!


June 27 - Singer & Songwriter Lesley Sawyer at High Noon Concert at the County Courthouse Gazebo For over twenty years, the High Noon Concert Series has offered live outdoor performances every Wednesday from June – August at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo starting at 12:00 Noon. The concerts are free and open to the public. The High Noon Concerts spotlight great local talent in a family-friendly atmosphere.
June 25 – 29 - “Making the Band” Summer Camp This isn’t your ordinary band camp! Making the Band is an opportunity for aspiring musicians to spend one week learning about the music business, playing their instrument with other students, and creating a band. Kids 11-17 that currently play an instrument and/or sing, are invited to enroll in this ensemble music class. Students will spend one week working Susan Grisanti, a professional local musician, to create their own band. All students will perform at the Buddy Holly Center on the last day of class at 5:30pm. Basic instrument or vocal experience a must! Time: 8:00 – Noon Performance: Friday June 29th, 5:30pm in the Meadows Courtyard Cost: $75 for the week Ages: 11 - 17
June 26 - “Glimmer of Night and Day” 24th Annual Summer Jazz Festival Concert featuring Tony Campise, jazz saxophonist. Alan Shin directs and Texas Tech student Melissa Worthy supplies the vocals. Admission is free. 7:30 p.m. at Allen Theater on Texas Tech campus. The Texas Tech jazz program is known for bringing in high octane performers for the enjoyment of area jazz fans and Campise is one of the best. His consummate artistry has been widely recognized by such diverse talents as Willie Nelson, Joe Henderson, Eric Johnson, Phil Woods, Billy Gibbons, and Lyle Lovett. "Smooth fat sound... so much soul and expression that he could build an entire solo on a single bent note... Campise's approach is timeless!" -– Bob McCullough, Boston Phoenix
June 26 - SOS SINGLES go to Putt Putt Fun Together

Join us next Tuesday at 7:00 PM at Putt Putt, 5110 – 29th Dr. The group cost is: $3.99 per person for first round of golf. The second game would be an additional $1. The SOS Singles is a group of singles mid-40's and up who enjoy doing a wide variety of things together. Join us! Click here for more information>


Through August 18, 2007 (Tuesday through Saturday) - TEXAS! Outdoor musical drama performed summers in the Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, TX, sprawled across a 600 foot cliff behind the stage. This production showcases the best in acting, dancing, live music and theatre music that the stage has ever seen. The history of the Panhandle has never been more alive. Time: 8:30pm. Cost: $7.50-$27.50. Tickets during preview week (June 4-7) will be discounted 25%. A steak dinner is available nightly from 6-8 pm for $13.25 per adult and $9.95 for children 11 and under (plus tax). Location: Pioneer Amphitheater in Palo Duro Canyon - near Amarillo, TX. Region: Texas Panhandle Plains. Average annual attendance: under 100,000. For more information, call 806-655-2181 or visit www.texas-show.com. Please mention this listing when inquiring. Held annually, Summers in the Palo Duro Canyon.
Thursday, June 28, 2 p.m. - Arts & Crafts with Kim Thompson at Mahon Library. Click here for location, map and times of library.
June 28 – Cuisine Nouvelle at Skyviews Dinner series. The Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management's Advanced Food Production students cordially invite you to visit their dining room, Skyviews of Texas Tech. Students plan, prepare, and serve meals and menu selections reflect different international or regional cuisines. RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: 744-7462 This menu included: California Rolls with Soy Wasibi sauce, Smoked Salmon and Herbed goat cheese toast, Celery Root Artichoke Bisque with Bitter Lemon Dill Cream, Seared Tuna and Avocado with Caviar and Sesame Crisp, Vanilla Salt Niman Ranch Pork Loin with Baby Carrots and Pine Nut Spinach, California Gingered Fruit Parfait
June 28 - Empowering Women Lunch at the Lubbock Club. The Power of Love: living a life of love, happiness and dreams come true. Paula Chanda began her love for theatre as a child performer herself. She had an agent in Dallas and toured professionally in "The Sound of Music" and was part of a nationwide casting search for the movie "Annie." Starting a Performing Arts School is the fulfillment of a life long dream. She will talk about surviving divorce, having a passion and turning it into a business and the overall impact that love has on our lives when we just let it. Click here for more.
June 29, 30 and July 3, 6, 7, 13, 14 - The Secret Garden at the Wells Fargo Amphitheatre at Mackenzie Park this summer as Lubbock Moonlight Musicals offer extraordinary family entertainment. Click here for more.
June 29 & 30- The 5th Annual Vaudeville Show Directed by Pat Price at CATS Playhouse. All shows at 7:30 p.m. Adults: $8.00 Children/Seniors/Students: $5.00 2405 34th St For reservations, call 792-0501
June 29-July 1 - “La Cage aux Folles” Directed by John A. Packard, Winner of the 1984 Tony Award for Best Musical. One of Broadway’s biggest hits. “The story of two homosexual men whose 20 years of domestic tranquility are shattered when a son, fathered during a one night fling, decides to marry the daughter of a bigoted politician. This play is delightful and written by the writers of “Hello, Dolly” and “Mame”. Was made into “The Birdcage” with Nathan Lane and Robin Williams. Adults $30.00 Student/ Senior (Over 60) $25.00 Underwood Center Theatre
June 30 - Winning the War on Clutter - a workshop by professional organizer, Debbye Cannon, from Organizing Without Agonizing at Maxey Community Center. Learn how to turn chaos into calm with simple techniques for taking control of your spaces. 10 to 11:00 a.m. $15 To register, go to Maxey Park at 30th Street and Nashville Avenue.
June 30 - Silent Wings Museum celebrates INDEPENDENCE DAY Celebrate the 4th of July early making red, white & blue crafts that you can take home! Ages: All ages welcome Cost: Free! Time: 1-4 pm
June 30 - The Mane Event Family Fun Day benefiting Hearts and Hooves of Lubbock and Windy Hills Therapy, June 30 3-7pm, at the American Museum of Agriculture 1501 Canyon Lake Dr., next to the windmills. Lots of family fun, food (chili dogs, drinks), balloon toss, sack races, face paining, The Masked Rider, fun playing and exploring on new and old tractors. Also Pony rides, carriage rides and pictures with the mini $5 donation. For more information call 543-6368
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