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Huntsville Commumity Theatre Announces 2015-2016 Season

Season Line-Up and Membership Drive Announced   Huntsville Commumity Theatre is pleased to announce the upcoming 2015-16 season line-up and invites the public to consider the purchase of a season membership. Here’s what’s coming up this season: HARVEY, by Mary Chase (comedy) Directed by Velvia Keithley Auditions: Jul 20 & ...

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TPWD Kicks Off Third Year of Youth Arts Contest

Art contest for Youth; Prizes include digital cameras, camcorders, art supplies.   For the third year, Texas state parks are partnering with the “Get to Know” organization for its annual Youth Arts Contest. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Youth Arts Contest encourages young people to get outside and share their ...

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Art Classes at Wynne Home

The Wynne Home Arts Center will be offering summer art classes beginning July 13   The Wynne Home Arts Center will be offering summer art classes beginning July 13. There will be an Early Bird Art Camp for children ages 6-12 and classes will include: Crafts and Gardening, Papier-Mache, and ...

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SHSU Students to Give Spring Reading

SHSU graduate students to share results of writing workshop labors.   For the past four months, graduate students in the Sam Houston State University MFA Program in Creative Writing, Editing, and Publishing have been gathering on Monday evenings at the Wynne Home to participate in Dr. Scott Kaukonen’s fiction writing ...

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Huntsville Music Festival Changes

Main Street has announced that the Huntsville Music Festival is canceled for Thursday, April 23rd, but be sure to mark the calendar for a blowout grand finale on Thursday, April 30th! The concert that day will be extended to run from 4-10 p.m. at Rather Park downtown, including a featured ...

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“Arsenic and Old Lace” Opens Next Week

Huntsville Community Theatre’s final production of their 2014/2015 at Old Town Theatre   No strangers to the stage, Marilyn Moore and Terry Lynn Hale lead us on this murderous romp as Abby and Martha Brewster, respectively. With years of acclaim and stage experience between them, Moore and Hale pair well ...

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Music Festival Planned for April

5 Nights of Music Festival in Downtown Huntsville The City of Huntsville Main Street Program is inviting the public to join in every Thursday during the month of April from 5:30 to 9:00 pm in Downtown Huntsville’s Rather Park (located at University Avenue and 13th Street) for their annual Huntsville ...

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Library Announces Winners of Children’s Art Contest

Recently the Huntsville Public Library announced the 2015 ‘Oh the Places You Can Go’ Art Contest winners.   Each winner was awarded $10 by the Friends of the Library. This year’s winners are: Ages 5-8 1st place Marvin Bowden 2nd place Lilly Looney 3rd place Mia O’Donnell Honorable Mention Lydia ...

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Wynne Home Accepting Registrations for Spring Classes

Wynne Home Spring Classes now Registering   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Wynne Home Arts Center will offer a wide array of classes for children and adults this spring, and now is the time to sign up! Classes will be offered from March 16 through April 25, and interested citizens are ...

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Huntsville Presents its 28th Annual Folk Festival

Local Organizers Gear up for 2015 Sam Houston Folk Festival   As one of the oldest towns in the Republic of Texas, Huntsville holds a great deal of history. This history is not fabricated, but documented, holding great importance within the realm of Texas history and the pathway from frontier ...

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