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reamWorks film continues in Ingram on stage this weekend at the Hill Country Arts Foundation, showcasing some of the young local talent.

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A fiddler who has performed for two former presidents and with musicians such as the Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton will play in Kerrville this month.

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Kerrville locals are invited to a preview party celebrating Playhouse 2000’s award-winning production of “The Pretty Trap” just two days before the company leaves to perform in this year’s national one-act play festival.

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Residents are invited to join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those plotting penguins as they bound onto the stage in the musical adventure “Madagascar,” which opens in Ingram on Friday. 

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The Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts is planning a full summer slate. 

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The Fredericksburg Theater Company announces the cast for the first production of their 23rd season, the musical “The Sound of Music,” which opens June 14.

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Early registration is now open for the Freddyburg Youth Theater Summer Camp. This year students will perform in the junior version of the Disney Broadway musical “Frozen,” based on the smash-hit animated musical film. Until June 16 the fee is only $165. Students from third grade to high scho…

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Tim Summerlin, board president, announced the new 2019-20 concert lineup for Kerrville’s Symphony of the Hills before this season’s final concert performance at the Cailloux Theater.

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FREDERICKSBURG — The National Museum of the Pacific War recognized Lloyd Jolly as the 2018 Volunteer of the Year last Thursday at their Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at Das Peach Haus. The Volunteer of the Year is chosen by recommendation from the staff and by adding up hours volunteered dur…

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This summer, the Hill Country Arts Foundation has many activities up its sleeve for youth and adults alike to take in arts and culture. 

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The 2019 Memorial Day weekend will be filled with music of the big bands once again as the Sentimental Journey Orchestra returns to the Cailloux Theater to present “Memorial Memories” on Sunday at 3 p.m.

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Gourds in all shapes, sizes and colors will be squashing all expectations at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center.

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The iconic “Welcome Home” sign greets the campers already descending on Quiet Valley Ranch for what has become the longest continuously running music festival in the country. 

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As Memorial Day draws near, many remember those lost while serving in the military. Events in honor of the holiday are happening in the Kerrville area, as well as a few artsy kick-offs for shows and festivals. Here are a few:

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Years ago, I had the idea to create an athletic competition that required no athleticism whatsoever: Der Sitzenfest. Competitors would vie for prizes by sitting comfortably in their favorite chair, rocker, or recliner.

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Limited seating remains for the Symphony of the Hills’ concert of “Celestial Holiday Music” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Cailloux Theater. The event will be preceded by a wine reception in the lobby at 6:30 p.m.

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The Hill Country Chorale, Fun With Music and the new group Mirabilis Guitar Ensemble will assist each other through Hill Country Vocal Arts Society and in celebrating the holiday season with upcoming Christmas concerts.

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INGRAM — The Hill Country Arts Foundation’s annual Art Mart Christmas Showcase is open through Dec. 15, offering a variety of handmade works created by local artists and craftsmen.

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Whether you plan to spend Thanksgiving around a family dinner table or busy lending a hand as a volunteer with a local organization, there are plenty of public events being hosted over the next few days to spread holiday cheer.

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For family-friendly fall and Halloween-themed activities in the Kerrville area, venture to any of these local events. A number of area churches host trunk-or-treat events so that children can trick-or-treat in a safe, community-oriented atmosphere. Some of these events may be exclusive to fa…

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“The Party,” the Museum of Western Art’s 34th annual benefit art show and sale, continues at the museum through Oct. 28.

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Kerr County will host an Ag Day on Nov. 2 at the Kerr County Youth Event Center. The program will begin at 8 a.m. with registration and conclude at 3:30 p.m. with evaluations.

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A full lineup of some 52 artists, seven additional guest artists and one featured artist — Melanie Stimmell Van Latum — will take audiences where their imaginations let them go this weekend, when they create environmental art in the Kerrville Chalk Festival at Peterson Plaza.

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Robert Earl Keen’s Fourth on the River will draw crowds to Louise Hays Park on Tuesday in celebration of Independence Day. To keep traffic moving during the event — which includes free concerts, vendors, children’s activities and a large fireworks display — the city of Kerrville has a plan.

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Following a successful run of “Advance Man” in April, Yellow Lab Productions is presenting “Blast Radius,” the second part of Mac Rogers’ science fiction epic “The Honeycomb Trilogy.” It feastures three standalone plays set in the same universe chronicling a primal conflict that will redefin…

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FREDERICKSBURG — The Fredericksburg Theater Company has announced the cast for its summer musical production of “Guys and Dolls.” The production opens June 16 at the Steve W. Shepherd Theater, 1668 South U.S. 87 in Fredericksburg, and will run three weekends, closing July 2.

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There will be some new faces among the 25 award-winning artists exhibiting at the 14th Annual Texas Masters of Fine Art and Craft Invitational Show, which opens Friday and continues through Sunday at the Y.O. Ranch Hotel.